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Akilov's lawyer, Johan Eriksson , told the court that he "confesses to the terror crime, and he agrees with the detention order". Four people were killed when a lorry was driven into a department store on Friday. "Sweden will never go back to the [mass migration] we had in autumn 2015, never", Lofven said Saturday. Two Swedes, one Belgian and a Briton were the victims of the last Friday attack.
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    Merkel calls for "respectful dialogue" after Turkish referendum

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's push for an executive presidency succeeded with just over 51% of the vote. "Political discussions about that need to take place as quickly as possible , both at the bilateral level and between the European institutions and Turkey", Merkel and Gabriel said.
  • Both Showtime and HBO to show Joshua-Klitschko fight

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    Showtime is the exclusive USA television partner of Joshua, while HBO has an exclusive agreement with Klitschko in the States. HBO has a similar agreement with Klitschko in the States. Stephen Espinoza, the executive vice president and general manager of Showtime Sports, echoed Nelson's words. "We are thrilled to be delivering Joshua vs.
  • The fun of finding Easter eggs

    The fun of finding Easter eggs

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    This year's Easter-themed festivities was the first time in two years, Samuel said, following reports that parents were seen jumping over children. He says, "When they go out there, it's going to be kids running in circles". The hunt was divided into age groups to make it fair and each age group had a special egg with a gold coin inside that could be exchanged for a prized Easter basket.
  • N Korea missile launch fails day after military parade

    N Korea missile launch fails day after military parade

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    U.S. President Trump has called on Chinese President Xi Jinping to increase pressure on North Korea to make Pyongyang give up its nuclear and missile development programs. He said Pence will try to balance reassurance with a willingness to respond if North Korea acts. The missile launched earlier this month flew about 60 kilometres, but what U.S.
  • Zuma Quit, protesters say in South Africa

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    Zuma fired Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan , who pushed for budget restraint and improved management at state companies, in a cabinet reshuffle on March 31, igniting South Africa's worst political crisis in nearly a decade and sparking calls from top officials for him to resign.
  • Afghanistan: Death toll from MOAB attack revised to 92

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    USA forces in Afghanistan on Thursday struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan with "the mother of all bombs", the largest non-nuclear weapon every used in combat by the us military, Pentagon officials said. At least 36 ISIS fighters were eliminated in the attack including a couple of new recruits from Kerala. Former president Hamid Karzai slammed government over the move and said it had been nothing more than a weapons of mass destruction test and that it had been in ...
  • Turkey opposition steps up objections to Erdogan poll win

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    But the opposition immediately cried foul over alleged violations, claiming that a clean vote would have made a difference of several percentage points and handed them victory. The head of the country's electoral board confirmed the win shortly after Mr Erdogan spoke and said the final results would be known in 11-12 days.