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Juncker described Britain leaving the European Union as "a failure and a tragedy", adding that he would be "sad" when May's letter of withdrawal arrives at EC headquarters in Brussels next week. "It's about people. I am strongly committed to preserve the rights of Europeans living in Britain and the British people living on the European continent".
  • 'I'm president, and you're not:' Trump talks truth, falsehoods in TIME interview

    'I'm president, and you're not:' Trump talks truth, falsehoods in TIME interview

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    TIME: But you would agree also that some of the things you have said haven't been true. "Hey, look, I can't be doing so badly, because I'm president and you're not". Mr Cruz lashed out at his comments calling him a pathological liar, narcissist and bully. As for the Cruz-JFK assassination connection conspiracy theory, Trump defers to a "newspaper article" he saw.
  • Drunk pilot in Canada pleads guilty to being impaired

    Drunk pilot in Canada pleads guilty to being impaired

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    The court heard an empty bottle of vodka was discovered by a maid in the pilot's hotel room. He was also an hour late for check-in, which he said was because he got lost going through security. "He wants his children to be proud of him", she said. She said Gronych is the sole breadwinner for his family, including for his elderly parents, and is living off his savings.
  • Gregory Campbell: Martin McGuinness 'should have expressed regret for past'

    Gregory Campbell: Martin McGuinness 'should have expressed regret for past'

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    After the service at St Columba's Long Tower church, mourners made their way to McGuninness' final resting place. During the 20th anniversary of the Troubles in the late 1980s, which I covered extensively as Sun Medias European bureau chief, Martin McGuinness was omnipresent at rallies in Belfast and Londonderry — Derry, to Catholics — and loudly promoting Northern Irelands independence from Great Britain at “any cost.”.
  • Tripura: 400 Trinamool members join BJP following the party's success in Manipur

    Tripura: 400 Trinamool members join BJP following the party's success in Manipur

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    The TMC members including 16 of the total 65 state committee members and former chairman of TMC Tripura unit Ratan Chakraborty have joined the saffron party in Agartala. "BJP would ride this wave of support to emerge victorious in the upcoming Assembly elections", he said. Chakrabarty, a veteran leader, was a minister in the last Congress government in the state from 1988 to 1993.
  • Three people injured in shooting in Lille, France

    Three people injured in shooting in Lille, France

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    Anti-terrorism police were one of the first on the scene. A hooded man in auto opened fire on the victims near a metro station in the neighbourhood of Moulins, a police source told AFP, the Figaro report said. Police said they do not consider the case to be terror-related, France Bleu Nord reported . Officers remain at the scene. The third was taken to Saint-Vincent-de-Paul hospital.
  • Ryan on Health Bill: 'Doing Big Things is Hard'

    Ryan on Health Bill: 'Doing Big Things is Hard'

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    President Donald Trump invited Labrador and other members of the caucus to the White House on Thursday, seeking to win more votes. Speaking to the press before the vote on Friday, Sean Spicer informed reporters that, despite the lack of support, the bill would proceed to the House floor.
  • Karim Benzema:

    Karim Benzema: "I am struggling to cope".

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    There is no doubt he deeply misses the national team. "It is hard. Especially when you play for a big club like Madrid". Officially, Benzema was booted off the squad in 2015 because he was embroiled in a sex-tape blackmail scandal involving former global teammate Mathieu Valbuena .
  • France's Marine Le Pen begins Russian Federation visit

    France's Marine Le Pen begins Russian Federation visit

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    The meeting between Putin and National Front party leader Le Pen - their first, according to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov - comes less than a month ahead of the French election , with the first round set to take place on April 23. RT Francais, a Kremlin-funded news agency, reported on Friday that Russian Federation could help Le Pen to defend French people against terrorists and migrants.
  • NEW Dwight Ball Approval Hovering at 20 Per Cent

    NEW Dwight Ball Approval Hovering at 20 Per Cent

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    The poll showed Pallister dropped five points in the three months since the last approval poll and noted to recent political turmoil faced by the Manitoba's Conservative leader. While Saskatchewan's Brad Wall dropped slightly - but continued to be the most popular premier with an approval rating of 52 per cent - Ontario's Kathleen Wynne continued her freefall, losing another four points to rank the lowest at 12 per cent.
  • Families of South Korea ferry victims watch as ship is raised

    Families of South Korea ferry victims watch as ship is raised

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    According to local reports, divers cut off a vehicle ramp at the stern as it was hampering attempts to raise the ship on to White Marlin . Workers plan to complete loading the ferry by midnight, but they are working against the clock as the notoriously unsafe currents in the waters where the ferry sank are forecast to strengthen over the weekend.