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Let's hope she uses the campaign to offer a vision for a competitive Britain that meets the post-Brexit challenge. She said parliament would be asked to vote today to decide on whether or not to hold an election. That would make it easier for her to ignore opposition calls for a softer European Union exit - making compromises to retain some benefits of membership - and to face down hard-liners within her own party who want a no-compromise "hard Brexit" that many economists fear could be ...
  • CM congratulates Erdogan on referendum success

    CM congratulates Erdogan on referendum success

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    News of the call comes as opposition groups in Turkey have contested the results of the referendum. Germany and France were among European Union member states who said on Monday that the close result in the referendum showed the division in Turkish society, while others questioned Europe's relations with the country.
  • Three dead in California shooting spree

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    Evacuated office workers stand by, with a deceased shooting victim down on the sidewalk Tuesday, April 18, 2017 in Fresno, Calif. When the cop learned Muhammad was wanted for a probation violation he was arrested and his vehicle was searched.
  • Indian businessman Vijay Mallya arrested in London

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    A formal extradition request was initially made on February 8 and authorities in India stated that they had a "legitimate case" against Mallya . Fugitive industrialist Vijay Mallya was granted bail after being taken into custody today by the Metropolitan Police's Extradition Unit at a central London police station.
  • Utility employee is Fresno shooting victim

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    Police had been looking for Muhammad in the Williams killing, and Muhammad said seeing his own name and picture in a press release Tuesday morning helped spur the rampage. The first victim was shot in a Pacific Gas and Electric utility truck, the Bee reported. He said he was known to be homeless at times and had associated with gangs.
  • Flooding cuts off aid supplies, escape route from west Mosul

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    A gas attack blamed on Islamic State militants has struck Iraqi soldiers in a newly-liberated area of Mosul . Iraqi forces launched the Mosul operation in October, moving toward the city from the south, west and north before assaulting its eastern side, which was recaptured earlier this year.
  • Congressional race: Democrat leads early returns

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    A political action committee backed by current Speaker Paul Ryan funneled more than $ 2 million into attacks on Ossoff, mostly tying him to national Democrats such as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Democrats hope to do well Tuesday because Donald Trump only won by 1 percent in November. By FiveThirtyEight's weighted average , Georgia 6 is about 9.5 percentage points more Republican than the nation as a whole.
  • US VP Pence assures Japan: America is with you '100 percent'

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    Vice President Mike Pence said on Tuesday that the United States government will review the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed in 2012 with South Korea, a media report said. But senior North Korean officials remained defiant. The comments came a day after North Korea tried and failed to launch a missile from its submarine base at Sinpo.
  • North Korea threatens to launch merciless military strikes against US

    North Korea threatens to launch merciless military strikes against US

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    No wonder North Korea has been able to make such progress, despite ostensibly draconian sanctions. On April 11, he tweeted: "North Korea is looking for trouble". As long as North Korea remains a giant prison camp, the long-term problem will not have been solved. This once again raises concerns that the United States is likely to conduct an attack on North Korea, using its recent Tomahawk missile attacks against Syria, and the use of the "Mother of All Bombs" against a target in Afghanistan ...