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Graham may have been blunt, but his sentiment is shared by several of his colleagues and many Americans who are frustrated by the Assad regime's merciless chemical attacks. Video depicted limp bodies and children choking while rescuers tried to wash off the poison gas. "President Assad must be held accountable for his war crimes", says Maryland U.S.
  • Fugitive Former Mexican Governor Arrested in Guatemala

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    Duarte, 43, had been on the run for six months when he was apprehended in Guatemala as a result of a joint operation by the country's police force and Interpol. The former governor of Veracruz was traveling with his wife, who was not detained. Duarte stepped down as governor on October 12, weeks before the end of his term, to face the charges against him, but then promptly disappeared.
  • BJP Will Try to Come to Power in Odisha in 2019 : Naidu

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    On Saturday, PM Modi had arrived in Odisha for the Bhartiya Janta Party's two-day national executive meeting.PM Modi will visit the famous Lingaraj Temple later in the day. Echoing similar opinion, Union Minister and BJP leader Babul Supriyo hailed Prime Minister Modi for his prolonged emphasis on proactive governance and urged that ministers must not become complacent.
  • US Democrats aim to 'Make Trump Furious' in Georgia election

    US Democrats aim to 'Make Trump Furious' in Georgia election

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    Whatever was the matter with Kansas when Thomas Frank wrote his book is now less daunting for the left, believes NY magazine's Eric Levitz, who contended in a Wednesday piece that the closeness of this week's House special election in the Wichita-centric 4th District appears to spell trouble for conservatives.
  • Canada is poised to approve a law legalizing marijuana nationwide

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    The government also proposed new legislation governing impaired driving that would make it illegal to drive within two hours if an illegal level of drugs is found in the blood. "Given the uncertainty in Washington, this is not the time to be. trying to carve off new turf and expand markets and make dramatic statements about marijuana", Hickenlooper told The Denver Post last month.
  • North Korea attempts to launch ballistic missile

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    The North has a habit of test-firing missiles to mark major dates such as Saturday's 105th anniversary of the birth of the nation's founder Kim Il-Sung, or as gestures of defiance when top USA officials visit the region. The official said that had it been a nuclear test, "other actions would have been taken by the U.S". Pence was notified right away about the test, that it failed after four or five seconds, and, most importantly, it was not believed to be a nuclear test or an ICBM.
  • Judge Approves Baltimore Police Reform Deal Over Objections Of Trump DOJ

    Judge Approves Baltimore Police Reform Deal Over Objections Of Trump DOJ

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    He said that he had come to see their usefulness in making justice equal for everyone, and making the city police department more effective in fighting crime. It should not come as a surprise, though, that Sessions is woefully uninformed of the Department of Justice's objective - despite opposing police department reforms , the attorney general has openly admitted to not reading federal reports highlighting the need for law enforcement changes.
  • Tax Deadline Still Means Health Insurance Questions

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    So the only real change that's been made so far is that the IRS has said that they wouldn't send your return back if you didn't check that box saying whether or not you had health insurance. "There are states where the insurance market is fragile right now and in need of some fix, but if the Trump administration creates uncertainty or takes steps to undermine the law, that could leave large swaths of the country without insurance available", said Larry Levitt, a senior adviser at the Kaiser ...
  • Japan sees new era of cooperation with USA: minister

    Japan sees new era of cooperation with USA: minister

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    Vice President Mike Pence, who are scheduled to discuss infrastructure investment, trade rules and macroeconomic policy. But Trump, who took office in January pledging to pull the United States out of what he had labeled a "job-killing" free trade pact, has not opposed the remaining 11 nations following through on it.