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Al-Assad's government signed the Chemical Weapons Convention and agreed to turn over its chemical armaments in 2013, after being accused of a sarin attack outside Damascus that killed hundreds of people. But Haley suggested there has been a shift in United States thinking. But it's now vitally important we develop a strategy, we put that strategy in motion, and we bring about peace in the region.
  • Bucks getting Malcolm Brogdon back; Walker out for Hornets

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    Coach Jason Kidd says Brogdon will be limited to about 25 minutes. Some rocky play down the stretch sealed the fate of the Charlotte Hornets again as they fell to the Bucks, 89-79, on Tuesday, April 11 in Milwaukee. Antetokounmpo is now tied with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most triple-doubles in franchise history. Brogdon (back) will be available for Monday's game against the Hornets, Charles F.
  • Neil Gorsuch sworn into US Supreme Court

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    Neil Gorsuch was today sworn in as the new judge of the US Supreme Court, capping a grueling confirmation process and filling the seat once held by the late conservative icon Antonin Scalia. "They see a man of unmatched qualifications". McConnell declared within hours of Scalia's death in February of a year ago that then-President Barack Obama should not be allowed to fill the seat.
  • Text of letter from United CEO defending employees

    Text of letter from United CEO defending employees

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    Viral videos of the incident show an officer pulling the passenger out of his seat, and dragging him down the middle of the aisle while several passengers watch in shock and voice their disapproval; two cops follow the first one down the aisle.
  • Russia Knew About Syria's Chemical Attack in Advance

    Russia Knew About Syria's Chemical Attack in Advance

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    Russian Federation and Iran, President Assad's key military backers, are also threatening retaliation if there are any further American air strikes. She told Marr: "This isn't just about one voice, this is about the worldwide community coming together and our Foreign Secretary is working with his American counterpart as that is the right thing to do".
  • AIADMK factions using 'two leaves' symbol: Election Commission not impressed

    AIADMK factions using 'two leaves' symbol: Election Commission not impressed

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    By voting for him, the local voters would give him an opportunity to ensure development of the constituency, he said. Dinakaran dubbed the video as "fabricated" and alleged that Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) is behind it. For the first time in the electoral history of India, during assembly elections in May previous year, the EC after postponing polls on two occasions, cancelled it based on reports of large-scale distribution of money and gifts in Aravakurichi and Thanjavur assembly ...
  • Mamata Banerjee meets PM Modi

    Mamata Banerjee meets PM Modi

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    In the almost half-an-hour-long meeting in the morning, Mamata also raised the loan waiver issue with Modi while discussing the state's debt situation. "If there is any doubt (about reliability of EVMs) then let's opt for ballot paper", the TMC supremo said, adding in democracy the Election Commission can not ignore the demand of a "majority" of political parties.
  • G7 ministers aim to press Russia to stop backing Assad

    G7 ministers aim to press Russia to stop backing Assad

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    While Obama and his Secretary of State John Kerry have defended their move to seek a deal instead of using force against Syria by saying Congress denied them the authorization to act, Obama's administration did not seek congressional authorization for strikes in Libya and Yemen, as it is not required by the law in practice .
  • Egypt's Christians bury dead after Palm Sunday bombings

    Egypt's Christians bury dead after Palm Sunday bombings

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    It was one of two bombings yesterday at Egyptian churches holding Palm Sunday services. ISIS claimed two Egyptian suicide bombers carried out both the attacks and the group has also threatened that it would carry out further attacks against Egyptian Christians in a statement published on social media.
  • Clashes in Venezuela as supreme court strips powers from congress

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    Speaking after a high-level meeting called to discuss the move, the vice-president said the review was needed "to maintain institutional stability". Hours after the Supreme Court's ruling was made public, Congress President Julio Borges held up a printed copy of it above a podium. Foreign affairs ministers from South American trade and integration bloc - the Southern Common Market will hold an emergency meeting on Saturday "to analyze possible solutions" to the Venezuelan crisis, ...
  • Cases, but also cafeteria duty, await Gorsuch at high court

    Cases, but also cafeteria duty, await Gorsuch at high court

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    Republican lawmakers refused to consider Barack Obama's nominee to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, a conservative darling who died in February past year. "As much as I might complain about them changing the rules", said Great Barrington attorney Peter Vallianos, referring to Senate Republicans. No Republicans voted against Gorsuch, who served a decade as a federal appeals court judge, while three Democrats supported his confirmation.
  • Tens of Thousands Gather in Stockholm After Deadly Truck Attack

    Tens of Thousands Gather in Stockholm After Deadly Truck Attack

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    About 500 people have been questioned. Rakhmat Akilov has been named by multiple news sources as the prime suspect behind the incident at a Swedish department store. Their identities were not released by Swedish officials. The attack killed four people and wounded 15. A child is among ten people who remain in hospital, two of whom are in intensive care.