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But a spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that the strikes dealt "a significant blow" to relations between Moscow and Washington. Rep. "If Russia wants to be absolved of responsibility for future attacks, [President] Vladimir Putin needs to enforce commitments, dismantle Assad's chemical weapons arsenal for good and get fully engaged" with the United Nations peace process on Syria.
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    He was rushed to Apollo Hospital but doctors couldn't save him. He breathed his last in Apollo Hospital, Ahmedabad. "In spite of over half-an-hour of intensive efforts of the medical team, the heart could not be revived and he was declared dead at 12.05pm".
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    Considering that U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have already visited Seoul in the early days of the Trump administration, South Korean government officials say Washington is putting a lot of weight on the two countries' alliance and on solving the North Korea issue.
  • Local church stirs emotions to reach youth on Easter Sunday

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    St. Xavier's Catholic Church Kidima: St. Xavier's Catholic Church Kidima (SXCK) observed Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday with director of Eden Garden and Children's Home, Khuzama, Rev. "Normally during Easter we have a family reunion, with cousins who live in Al Ain.other family will call up or Whatsapp Easter message". They celebrated Easter Sunday for the first time since 2014.
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    North Korea is preparing for "any mode of war" triggered by U.S. military action, Pyongyang's envoy to the United Nations warned Monday, saying his country would respond to a missile or nuclear strike "in kind". "An all out war will result if the U.S. is reckless enough to use military means". USA and South Korean defense officials are trying to determine what type of missile was used.
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    Bush, said on Sunday on ABC's "This Week" program. Chinese authorities earlier this year ordered travel agencies to halt selling package tours to South Korea in retaliation for the deployment of the US -led Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or Thaad, anti-missile system.
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    Urging party workers "not to be lethargic" after stunning victories in recently-concluded assembly polls, Amit Shah said that all the National Executive members including ministers would visit at least 15 days at booths to know their problems and concerns including to take suggestions for the improvement.
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    And speaking today at the border of the heavily-mined demilitarized zone which bisects the peninsula, Mr Pence sounded a similar note. Although North Korea's longtime ally China has urged Pyongyang to stop testing nuclear weapons and missiles, Kimball believes Beijing is more anxious about a conflict on the peninsula sparking a refugee crisis that spills across China's borders.
  • Abe: Japan planning for refugees in event of NKorean crisis

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    Elaborating on Mr Abe's remarks, government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said the North "is likely to maintain several facilities to produce chemical weapons and already possesses a considerable number of them". The situation has played out tit-for-tat: North Korea insists the U.S. is the aggressor, and that it has considered striking pre-emptively, even though its most recent missile test reportedly failed.