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Two Swedes, a Belgian and a British man were killed in the attack on Friday. Ten of the injured people remained in hospital, two of them in intensive care, Stockholm authorities said. The driver fled from the truck, prompting lockdowns at Parliament and the city's subway system as police looked for the suspect. Sweden is statistically one of the safest nations in the world, and the country's prime minister and Stockholm's mayor have both vowed that the attack will not damage the ...
  • Marine who lost leg in Afghanistan finishes Boston Marathon with American flag

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    American Jordan Hasay, making her first run at the 26.2-mile distance, was third and Desi Linden was fourth - the first time since 1991 that two USA women have finished in the top four. In his last competitive Boston run, he finished 13th in 2:17:00 despite pain in his quad muscles. Jeptoo, whose 2006 and 2013 victories remain unchallenged, is the first person to break the tape on Boylston Street and be disqualified since Rosie Ruiz famously took a shortcut to the finish line in 1980.
  • Rice denies using intel to spy on Trump

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    An April 3 Daily Caller report that Rice ordered us spy agencies to produce "detailed spreadsheets" of legal phone calls involving Donald Trump and his aides when he was running for president makes this story more interesting. Appearing on national television several times , Rice said the attack began "spontaneously" as a response to a YouTube video. "I leaked nothing to nobody, and never have and never would", Rice told MSNBC .
  • Turkey's Opposition CHP to Formally Demand Nullification of Referendum

    Turkey's Opposition CHP to Formally Demand Nullification of Referendum

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    Tezcan said they were preparing their files to apply to the YSK for the annulment of the referendum, vowing that they would also apply to the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights if necessary. Three of Turkey's biggest cities - Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir - all voted "No" to the constitutional changes, BBC reported. "The thing to be done is to cancel this referendum which lost its legitimacy", he said.
  • Kids go on the hunt for Easter eggs by the bay

    Kids go on the hunt for Easter eggs by the bay

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    Hoboken Grace hosted its seventh annual Easter Egg Hunt on Mama Johnson Field, an event that draws thousands. Once their baskets were full, the kids traded in the beeping eggs for candy-their eggs contain a circuit board. True to her word, she bypassed the first couple she came to and grabbed a pink egg. "In the section I was in, there wasn't anyone who didn't seem to find something", Jehle said.
  • Trump tax return release: Darcy cartoon

    Trump tax return release: Darcy cartoon

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    New York, Washington , Los Angeles and Chicago saw thousands participate in the rallies. Young has said he thinks Trump should release his taxes as all presidential candidates have done since Jimmy Carter , but he voted against a resolution by Democrats to force Trump to release them in February .
  • Pyongyang says ready to react to 'any mode of war' from US

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    Defying worldwide pressure, the North on Sunday test-fired another missile and fears are growing it may also be preparing a sixth nuclear test. Han Song-Ryol revealed the state would continue to test its missiles despite global condemnation and increasing military tensions with the United States.
  • Pence assures Japan America is with its ally '100 percent'

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    As tensions escalate over North Korea's nuclear weapons development, Kim said North Korea is ready to attack should the US take any military action. The US and South Korea have activated the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence system, which is capable of intercepting incoming warheads from North Korea .
  • Howard Stern: Sean Spicer Speaks 'Fluent Moron'

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    Press secretary Sean Spicer on Thursday is scheduled to hold a daily press briefing at the White House for the first time since coming under fire for incorrectly saying Adolf Hitler never used chemical weapons on his people. Stern was unswayed, however, and said of Spicer, " The guy's just not informed , and it's kind of embarrassing". Spicer apologized for his comments Tuesday afternoon, calling them "inappropriate and insensitive".
  • Trump begins attacking 'super Liberal Democrat' in crucial special election

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    So early on, Democrats sought to nationalize the race as a referendum on Trump, finding themselves a young and promising candidate in Jon Ossoff. In a Monday, March 27, 2017 photo, Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff is seen with supporters outside of the East Roswell Branch Library in Roswell, Ga., on the first day of early voting.
  • Nikki Haley: 'We Don't See a Peaceful Syria With Assad in There'

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    USA officials said the military fired dozens of cruise missiles against the airbase controlled by Assad's forces in response to the poison gas attack on Tuesday in a rebel-held area. But Russia , which is a staunch ally of Mr Assad, immediately condemned the strikes, describing them as "aggression against a sovereign state in violation of worldwide law".
  • Boston Red Sox Game Recap: April 15, 2017 vs. Tampa Bay Rays

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    The Red Sox-Rays game will be shown nationally on MLB Network on Monday. When asked what's been going well for him, success with the breaking ball was the first thing he pointed to. Kimbrel's dominance has come at a fortunate time for the Red Sox. But the manager said, "Once he got through that inning, he got stronger as the game went along".