• AACC hosts annual Easter egg hunt

    AACC hosts annual Easter egg hunt

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    Just under three hours, Rashott said. "We loved coming along to get in touch with other people, and it's good that the holidays have started and we have something to do with the kids". It has grown to 21,000 eggs, Rashott said. "Lots of blue ones". "We want to offer them and their families the experiences that maybe they were told at some point by someone that they wouldn't get to have", Heaton said.
  • Former UK finance minister George Osborne to step down at June election

    Former UK finance minister George Osborne to step down at June election

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    Osborne said under his editorship, the public will get "straight facts and informed opinion to help them to make the big decisions Britain now faces about the kind of country we want to be". The opposition Labour Party had said he could not remain an MP and edit a newspaper: Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Tom Watson said at the time that "the long hours and early starts that editing a paper like the Evening Standard requires are incompatible with the demands placed on MPs".
  • North Korea: US is creating a situation for nuclear war

    North Korea: US is creating a situation for nuclear war

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    Pence told business leaders before leaving Seoul that the Trump administration is reviewing all trade agreements as part of its "America First" policy. Mr Trump's warning came after a tense weekend during which North Korea celebrated the birthdate of the regime's founder Kim Il-Sung with a massive military parade highlighting its growing missile capabilities.
  • United Kingdom election talk builds ahead of surprise statement from May

    United Kingdom election talk builds ahead of surprise statement from May

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    MPs must approve decision to dissolve Parliament part-way through full term. May's election call; he instead focused on economic and living-standards issues such as budget cuts to education and health care. Her critics say she was driven by political opportunism because of her party's commanding lead in the polls. However, the ICM/Guardian poll found that around three in five respondents said May was right to call an election.
  • Australia to abolish 457 immigration work visas

    Australia to abolish 457 immigration work visas

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    Turnbull said the 457 visas will no longer be "passports to jobs that could and should go to Australians". Since the economic crash in Ireland in 2008, the 457 visa has been particularly popular with Irish construction and healthcare workers looking to move to Australia.
  • Trump orders review of US visa program

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    Oddly, as Snap-On Tools CEO Nicholas Pinchuk was praising Trump's executive order , he was also calling for something the document failed to note altogether: worker training. Medina, who leads sales-automation company Outreach, said it's possible the executive order will mean fewer visas for outsourcing companies and more available for startups, who work to hire people with specific, harder to find technical skills.
  • Ex-US President George HW Bush Hospitalised

    Ex-US President George HW Bush Hospitalised

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    Bush has been hospitalised since Friday for pneumonia. In February, Bush and wife Barbara, who was also hospitalized in January, took part in the pregame coin toss at the Super Bowl at NRG Stadium. Bush has a form of Parkinson's disease and uses a motorized scooter or a wheelchair for mobility. Former President Bill Clinton visited Bush earlier this month and gave him a few pairs of patterned socks.
  • Trump adviser visits Pakistan after massive airstrike

    Trump adviser visits Pakistan after massive airstrike

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    National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster arrived Sunday in Kabul to review USA strategy in Afghanistan. This is the first visit by a USA official since the us military dropped the biggest non-nuclear bomb it has ever used Thursday killing 94 militants in eastern Afghanistan.
  • Mashal case: University administration suspends its seven employees

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    Responding to a question about the association of the arrested suspects with political parties, Mehsud said that the police will only consider the arrested individuals' suspects and not focus on their political affiliations. "Whatever he had to say, he would say it openly, but he didn't understand the environment he was living in", the teacher said. Meanwhile, prime suspect Wajahat Khan recorded his statement, saying that he had conflicts with ideologies of Mashal Khan and they often ...