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The test was unsuccessful, with the device blowing up "almost immediately", according to USA military officials. The failed North Korean missile test over the weekend was an attempt by the reclusive country to "provoke something", US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters on his way to the Middle East.
  • Muslim candidate leading in Jakarta poll pledges to safeguard unity

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    Indonesians queue up give their votes at a makeshift polling station under a bridge during the runoff election in Jakarta , Indonesia, Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Some voters may have been reluctant to vote for Basukibecause of worries of "five more years of protests on the streets by Muslim hardliners", said Mr Loveard.
  • Minnesota dairy farms affected by US-Canada trade dispute

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    The letter was released by Ottawa on the same day as U.S. President Donald Trump signed the "Buy American and Hire American" executive order, which is widely seen in Canada as marking the start of the Trump administration's plan to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
  • NFL Patriots meet Trump without Tom Brady, some teammates

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    Galynn Brady , Tom's mother, has been battling cancer and is now in Boston which may be the reason for his inability to attend the event. Of course, the lower player turnout for Trump isn't unique. While the day was created to be festive, the Patriots were left to deal with the news that former tight end Aaron Hernandez hanged himself in a prison cell hours before the White House visit, according to MA prison officials.
  • Watch Korn's 12 Year-Old Bassist Tye Trujillo Shred Like a Pro

    Watch Korn's 12 Year-Old Bassist Tye Trujillo Shred Like a Pro

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    While on tour with Korn , the younger Trujillo has begun to document the views from his South American hotel rooms, posting several pictures to Instagram . Far from simply being a novel way to plug a gap for a single concert, the young Trujillo will also be playing a series of other shows in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru.
  • Evacuations in New Zealand as Cyclone Cook nears

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    It warned the storm could be the most intense since ex-Cyclone Giselle in 1968, which swept a ferry onto rocks in Wellington Harbor, killing 53 people. One local Ian Jenkins, was fishing on Lake Taupo together with his wife when he saw the swirling storm approach across the water. Gusts are expected to reach 150km/h as it moves down to Wellington by tomorrow morning.
  • Oregon jobless rate drops below 4 percent

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    It's the second month in a row the rate has been under five percent. "The Silver State continues to show steady improvement in the unemployment rate and I'm proud to announce we're now ranked fourth in the nation in job growth " Gov. In addition, retail trade and transportation, warehousing and utilities added 1,400 jobs each; construction increased 900; financial services added 700; other services and information gained 500 each; and mining and logging rose 100.
  • Assam CM orders probe on youth carrying kin's body on cycle

    Assam CM orders probe on youth carrying kin's body on cycle

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    In a shocking incident, a man in Assam's Majuli island district carried his dead brother's body on a bicycle. The chief minister asked the state health services director to immediately rush to Majuli to carry out a probe. The body, tied to the bicycle, was taken to their village, about eight kms from the government hospital at Garamur, with the man having to cross the Luit, a tributary of the Brahmaputra, by a make-shift bamboo bridge.
  • Israel Says Assad Has Tons of Chemical Weapons Left

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    The Syrian government has been locked in a six-year civil war against an array of opposition forces. The US has not ruled out additional strikes against the regime should it opt to use chemical weapons in the future. In this handout provided by the US Navy, the guided-missile destroyer USS Ross fires a Tomahawk land attack missile April 7, 2017 in the Mediterranean Sea.