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Video footage showed five policemen hauling him to a waiting van by his arms and legs, a scene that was repeated dozens of times with his supporters. The protests come days before the scheduled inauguration of Putin for his fourth term as president , which would extend his effective political control of Russian Federation into its third decade.
  • Trump keeps world guessing on date and time for North Korea summit

    Trump keeps world guessing on date and time for North Korea summit

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    He says the United States is having substantial talks with Pyongyang including on the issue of U.S. citizens held prisoner there. The U.S. and South Korean militaries insist their alliance is stronger than ever, but Defense Secretary Jim Mattis suggested last week that troop presence could be on the table in talks with the North.
  • Severe thunderstorms possible Friday; wind advisory in effect

    Severe thunderstorms possible Friday; wind advisory in effect

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    The weather service says: Expect considerable tree damage. It says the gusts may be strong enough to blow shingles off the roofs of buildings, toss around loose objects or cause tree branches to break. on Friday, May 4. The high wind gusts are expected to diminish later tonight as some high pressure swoops into the area. Wind fanning the flames posed a threat to a garage near the burning auto .
  • USA backs Israeli claims in Iran nuclear row

    USA backs Israeli claims in Iran nuclear row

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    And while global organizations such as the worldwide Atomic Energy Agency ( IAEA ) certainly need time to study the files that Netanyahu is referring to, he hasn't actually done much to undermine the deal's credibility. Zarif, speaking in English in the YouTube video, said the United States had "consistently violated the nuclear deal , particularly by bullying others to prevent businesses from returning to Iran ".
  • Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny a World Cup doubt after Achilles injury

    Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny a World Cup doubt after Achilles injury

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    And with Wenger leaving at the end of the season, his final chance to give the fans a trophy have ended miserably. "Marseille are a hard team, they came through a hard game tonight, for sure it will be a great final". The Gunners headed to Spain with the tie finely poised at 1-1 but have the boost of a fit Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who returned from a knee injury at the weekend having sat out the first leg.
  • Despite Cambridge Analytica's closure, United Kingdom to continue investigation

    Despite Cambridge Analytica's closure, United Kingdom to continue investigation

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    Damian Collins, chairman of the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee, said Cambridge Analytica and its parent company SCL Group "cannot be allowed to delete their data history by closing". Commenting on the closure, the company said in a statement: "While this decision was extremely painful for Cambridge Analytica's leaders, they recognize that it is all the more hard for the company's dedicated employees who learned today that they likely would be losing their jobs as ...
  • Evacuations Ordered As Volcano Releases Lava Into Residential Area

    Evacuations Ordered As Volcano Releases Lava Into Residential Area

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    The Pohuiki Road was closed after several large cracks in the pavement were discovered. Do prepare your emergency plan. Avoid travel to the evacuation area for everyone's safety. (U.S. Gelological Survey via AP) A half-mile long fissure ejects steam resulting from the movement of magma beneath Kilauea's east rift zone on May 1.
  • Sajid Javid named Britain's new Home Secretary as Amber Rudd resigns

    Sajid Javid named Britain's new Home Secretary as Amber Rudd resigns

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    Rudd, who was a top leader in PM Theresa May's government, quit amid claims that she mislead lawmakers on whether her department held targets for removing illegal immigrants in Britain. Born in Rochdale and raised in Bristol, Mr Javid attended a local state school before he went on to read Economics and Politics at Exeter University.
  • India dust storms: More than 125 killed as storms continue

    India dust storms: More than 125 killed as storms continue

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    TRT World's Arabella Munro has more on the story. Shivam Lohia, a local hotel owner in Rajasthan told the AFP , "I haven't seen such a devastating storm in at least 25 years". "All district magistrates have been issued directions in this regard", Sanjay Kumar, Relief Commissioner, told the media. TRT World spoke to Rebecca Bundhun from Mumbai.