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He will now face a run-off on June 20, with the top Republican, perennial candidate Karen Handel . Ossoff would have needed more than 50 percent of the vote to avoid a runoff. It is also probably worth noting that the 6th district candidate who tried hardest to brand himself as a Trump loyalist, Bob Gray, finished a distant third.
  • Teenager killed as Venezuelans march against government

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    The scene grew violent after Maduro put troops on the streets and gave guns to pro-government civil militias, ignoring calls from 11 neighboring countries and the United States to respect citizens' right to protest. "We're a peaceful people, but we're also armed", Energy Minister Luis Motta Dominguez told state workers gathering for Wednesday's rally. He's been deported twice and survived bandits, trains and swamps, but this Honduran immigrant remains hopeful about reaching the U.S.
  • Israel not to negotiate with Palestinian hunger strikers: minister

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    Rage-fueled comments were largely instigated by word on Barghouti heading the strike, and the American daily " The New York Times " publishing a detailed report authored by the Fatah activist. Palestinian prisoners and detainees have suffered from torture, inhumane and degrading treatment and medical negligence . He said he organized the hunger strike to fight back, after exhausting all other options.
  • France says pressure needed to stop North Korea crossing next nuclear hurdle

    France says pressure needed to stop North Korea crossing next nuclear hurdle

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    Yokosuka naval base south of Tokyo. "That point will probably come during this four-year term of the president", Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said in an interview on "CBS This Morning". "But we're going to redouble our efforts to bring diplomatic and economic pressure to bear on North Korea". "I don't want to telegraph what I'm doing or what I'm thinking".
  • British Lawmakers Overwhelmingly Support Early General Election In June

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    The former interior minister, who became prime minister without an election when her predecessor David Cameron quit after last year's referendum vote for Brexit, enjoys a runaway lead over the main opposition Labour Party in opinion polls. Mr Corbyn accused the Prime Minister of " refusing to defend her record " in public after Downing Street ruled out her participation in debates. Demmer said Wednesday: "The German government assumes that the negotiations can be continued without disruption".
  • CIA, FBI Trying to Find Insider Who Gave Info to WikiLeaks

    CIA, FBI Trying to Find Insider Who Gave Info to WikiLeaks

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    Sources tell CBS News . they are looking for an insider, either a Central Intelligence Agency employee or contractor who had physical access to the materials that were published by the anti-secrecy organization, WikiLeaks. The remarks were ironic given that Pompeo's boss, President Donald Trump, said during the campaign that he "loved" WikiLeaks when it was hacking into the emails of top associates of his opponent in the election, Hillary Clinton.
  • North Korea threatens weekly missile tests as Pence reassures Japan

    North Korea threatens weekly missile tests as Pence reassures Japan

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    Pence arrived in Japan for talks Tuesday expected to focus largely on trade with America's anchor ally in the region. Mr Kim stressed that US-South Korean military exercises being staged were now the largest-ever "aggressive war drill" aimed at his country, formally the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  • O'Reilly out at Fox News Channel, still denies allegations

    O'Reilly out at Fox News Channel, still denies allegations

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    This particular show consistently got Fox News its best ratings, drawing nearly 4 million viewers a night and generating more than $446 million in advertising revenue between 2014 and 2016, according to Kantar Media. " The Five " will be replaced at 5 p.m. EDT by a one-hour program hosted by Eric Bolling, to debut May 1. "He's been the linchpin" of the lineup, said Jane Hall, an American University professor and former Fox contributor, who noted that it will take a while to see whether his ...
  • Turkey's AKP eyes gradual Erdogan return to party after referendum win

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    The placards reads in Turkish: "No we will win". He also said the decision of the YSK election board to accept unstamped ballots was clearly against the law. "It is wrong to speak after the people have spoken". Erdogan reaffirmed he would now hold talks on reinstating capital punishment - a move that would automatically end Turkey's European Union bid - and would call another referendum if the bill did not get enough votes in parliament to become law.
  • British Parliament approves snap election

    British Parliament approves snap election

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    She's nearly certain to win the motion given that opposition legislators also support an early election. Defending the measure, Mrs May told MPs there was a "window of opportunity" to hold a poll before Brexit negotiations began in earnest in June and that the country needed "strong leadership" to make a success of the process.
  • Delhi police serve summons to AIDMK leader Dinakaran over symbol case

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    He alleged state ministers have chose to keep him out of the party due to "some fear". On Tuesday night, Jayakumar said a committee will be formed to run the party. A couple of days after registering an FIR against AIADMK leader TTV Dinakaran in connection with a bribery case, the Delhi police have issued a lookout notice against him.