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It is working out well between the United States and Russian Federation, despite the fact that the United States has hit a Syrian airbase in response to an alleged chemical attack by the Syrian President Bashar-al Assad's government. Trump said he changed his views on the Syrian situation after innocent children were killed in the attack. "Let us face the truth: Assad has been clinging on".
  • Dortmund attack 'longest 15 mins of my life'

    Dortmund attack 'longest 15 mins of my life'

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    Global players' union FIFPro has told Reuters that Borussia Dortmund's Champions League quarterfinal first-leg tie against Monaco should not have been played less than 24 hours after three explosions hit their team bus . The bombs containing metal pieces detonated minutes after the team bus set off to a Champions League game against Monaco on Tuesday night. We wanted to have a bit more time to deal with it.
  • Anti-government protest enters second day in Venezuela

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    The government accuses the opposition of hiring armed agitators to sow violence, while the opposition says the government is repressing protesters and hiring thugs. Eight people have died so far in demonstrations over the past several weeks. "In addition, other assets of the company, such as vehicles, have been illegally taken from its facilities", the company said in a statement.
  • Prime Minister visits Enfield manufacturer two days after calling election

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    She said it was the "right and responsible thing" for MPs to support an early poll. Jeremy Corbyn has said he will not do a "big public self-analysis" about his leadership of the Labour party after polls showed that though the recent whirlwind of policy announcements had been popular with the public the party was trailing the Conservatives.
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    But he told the 2,500 sailors: "As all of you know, readiness is the key". North Korea regularly threatens to destroy Japan, South Korea and the United States and it showed no let-up in its defiance after a failed missile test on Sunday, a day after putting on a huge display of missiles in Pyongyang.
  • Hernandez Lawyers to Speak on Death Investigation

    Hernandez Lawyers to Speak on Death Investigation

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    FILE - In this Wednesday, April 12, 2017, file photo, Shayanna Jenkins Hernandez, fiancee of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez , sits in the courtroom with the couple's daughter du. "If it's not preserved properly, they won't be able to take proper specimens and we won't be able to get the information and the knowledge we want", said Baez.
  • Win or lose, Marine Le Pen is a nightmare for the EU

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    Unless one candidate wins 50 percent of the vote , which has never happened before, the top two candidates will then face off in a May 7 run-off. In an interview with The Associated Press , Trump said that while he is not explicitly endorsing Le Pen, the attack played to her strengths.
  • Dade says it's following immigration law

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    It sent a letter warning the jurisdictions that they could lose certain federal grants if they fail to prove they are in compliance with federal law that requires them to communicate with federal officials about on immigration matters. Oakland, San Francisco and Pasadena have identified the sanctuary city funding cutoff as a lobbying priority in Washington , federal records show.
  • MPs debate Prime Minister Theresa May's General Election call

    MPs debate Prime Minister Theresa May's General Election call

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    Peers would also be forced to back the priorities under the Salisbury Convention, which means that the Lords will not try and vote down government plans mentioned in an election manifesto. According to those predictions, the Conservatives are on course to gain the strong mandate that May seeks in order to push her Brexit agenda through parliament.
  • Day of tears: United Kingdom police honor officer slain near Parliament

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    Officers lined the cortege route from the Houses of Parliament, where his body lay in rest on Sunday in a rare honour normally granted to senior politicians. Masood was shot by police officers in New Palace Yard, inside the Westminster estate, after he fatally stabbed PC Palmer. PC Palmer, 48, was married with a five-year-old daughter.