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I feel the British people will give her that mandate. May comfortably ahead of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, polls at the time of the previous elections (and the European Union referendum) had proved to be fairly unreliable indicators. David Cameron praised Theresa May's "brave decision" to call an election. The leader of the main opposition Labour Party , Jeremy Corbyn, said Tuesday he backed the call.
  • Hundreds of kids enjoy Easter Egg Hunt at Northwest Fresno church

    Hundreds of kids enjoy Easter Egg Hunt at Northwest Fresno church

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    With over 10 thousands eggs given out, some are still trying to master how they can get more next year. Then, Emperor Tiberius Caesar heard her proclamation and said "Christ has no more risen than that egg is red". "It's just something fun for them to do". Brailynn Hernandez, 7, said. Emmanuel has been hosting the pre-Easter celebration for more than 10 years for kids through the sixth grade.
  • Religious Liberty Case Brings First Supreme Test for Gorsuch

    Religious Liberty Case Brings First Supreme Test for Gorsuch

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    At Empirical SCOTUS , Adam Feldman examines historical data related to Supreme Court tenure and retirement age to assess how long Gorsuch is likely to remain on the court. Justices Neil Gorsuch and Clarence Thomas may share a conservative approach to the law, but if Gorsuch's first day of cases with the U.S. Supreme Court was any indication, the similarity may end there.
  • North Korea threatens 'all-out war' with United States

    North Korea threatens 'all-out war' with United States

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    China has recently shown "tangible indications" that it is co-operating with the U.S.to turn up the pressure on Pyongyang , a senior State Department official said Monday. China is defending its trade practices with North Korea after Chinese-made vehicles were seen carrying ballistic missiles during a military parade despite global sanctions against selling military hardware to Pyongyang .
  • British PM Theresa May calls election: What next?

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    Donald Tusk said on Twitter that he had a "good" telephone conversation with May after she called for the election. May was not elected as Prime Minister, but came to the position after rivals pulled out. Asked about the snap general election , a Number 10 source said: "We won't be doing TV debates". Labour is the main opposition party in parliament.
  • US jets intercept 2 Russian bombers off Alaska's coast

    US jets intercept 2 Russian bombers off Alaska's coast

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    The official noted that TU-95s are capable of carrying nuclear weapons, but the planes involved in Monday's incident did not appear armed. Ross described the intercept as 'safe and professional'. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson remarked April 12 while in Moscow that relations between the us and Russian Federation are "at a low point". The top USA diplomat added that "improvement in the long-term relationship" between both nations is required to resolve the conflict in Syria.
  • North Korea says will continue missile tests

    North Korea says will continue missile tests

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    Abe's disclosure came in response to a question that had been occasionally asked in the past but is now more realistic than ever with North Korea's missile capability rapidly advancing and tension with the US rising. Where did the test take place? But China's bottom line remains that whatever they do to North Korea, it must not destabilize the country or cause the regime to collapse.
  • Japan's Abe stresses need for 'pressure' on North Korea

    Japan's Abe stresses need for 'pressure' on North Korea

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    Kim In Ryong told a news conference Monday that U.S. The administration's immediate emphasis, the officials said, will be on increasing pressure on Pyongyang with the help of Beijing. She advised patience with China on the issue. After his meeting with business leaders in Seoul Tuesday, Vice President Pence traveled to Tokyo for meetings with Japan's Finance Minister Taro Aso on bilateral trade options in the wake of the USA withdrawal from TPP.
  • Stakes high for Trump, Democrats in Georgia House race

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    A special election in Georgia today has far-reaching, national implications for both the Republicans and the Democrats, who hope that a win by Jon Ossoff can prove they have a solid chance of winning back the House. Voters begin to believe again that politics can matter, that they themselves matter, that they can play a meaningful role in their own governance. Republican field staffers also have been dispatched to Georgia.
  • South Korea to Produce New Pre-emptive Strike Missile

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    But the successful development of the new missile will upgrade its capability to attack ground targets. The tactical ship-to-ground guided missile will be mass-produced next year, according to the Yonhap News Agency . The missile launched from inclined launch units can be used by the 2,500-ton Incheon-class FFG Batch-I and has been deployed since 2014, but the ship-to-surface missile launched from a vertical configuration can be loaded onto the next generation 2,800-ton Daegu-class FFG ...
  • Turkey: Trump applauds Erdogan's referendum win

    Turkey: Trump applauds Erdogan's referendum win

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    Turkey's president has rejected worldwide monitors' criticism of the referendum that approved expanded presidential powers Sunday, saying the vote was the "most democratic election" seen in any Western country. "What George, Hans or Helga say does not interest us", he said, using typical European names. With the new Constitution likely to come into force after elections in November 2019, Mr Erdogan could stay in power until 2029, by which time the energetic President, now 63, would be 75.