• Will UK election strengthen May's footing ahead of European Union divorce talks?

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    The Prime Minister gave a short speech in a parish hall in Walmsley, a village in the Labour target seat of Bolton North East, as the scramble for votes begins hours after MPs voted to clear the way for the June 8 poll. The Sun, Britain's top-selling newspaper, splashed the headline "Blue Murder" - a reference to the Conservatives' party colour and the prospect of Labour losing dozens of seats.
  • How the Maple Leafs are hanging in with the Capitals

    How the Maple Leafs are hanging in with the Capitals

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    The group managed to withstand a full two-minute 5-on-3 advantage and then, for good measure, killed off another Caps advantage a few minutes later. Hyman chased down the loose puck that led to Nylander's first of the postseason and then drew the penalty that led to Bozak's game-winner.
  • Sean Spicer: "I've let the president down"

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    On Wednesday, Spicer offered an apology for his "mistake". In the ADL's letter to Spicer, Greenblatt noted that the press secretary made his original remarks on the first day of Passover. On Tuesday, Spicer said Syria's chemical weapons attack on civilians was worse than anything Hitler did. After the briefing, Spicer emailed a statement to reporters: "In no way was I trying to lessen the horrendous nature of the Holocaust".
  • Italy sees US supportive over Libya, denies Trump snub

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    President Donald Trump at the White House . Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni made the remark in Trudeau's Parliament Hill office today, one day after he was praised by President Donald Trump during a visit to Washington . He said that the coming G7 is particularly important for showing unity of intents because of the arrival on it of new leaders, such as Trump and the next President of France.
  • Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn insists he could still win Britain's snap election

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn insists he could still win Britain's snap election

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    He added: "We are putting a message out there - this country does not have to be so divided, (there) does not have to be such appalling levels of poverty and unachieved ambition because of people growing up in poverty". She said the election was not "about changing the Government" but instead preventing Theresa May from getting the big majority she wants to help strengthen her position before Brexit negotiations.
  • Venezuela's Maduro raps gas attack accusation by opposition figure

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    Many of those those who braved the choking tropical heat under umbrellas and baseball caps said they had also participated in a Tuesday protest that led to handful of serious injuries and arrests. Local media reported Ortiz was a university student planning to emigrate from Venezuela, like many in the middle class that have fled to Colombia, Panama, Chile or the USA city of Miami to escape crime, political unrest, and an economic crisis.
  • Security Forces Mobilized For Election After Paris Attack

    Security Forces Mobilized For Election After Paris Attack

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    Helicopters were seen flying low over central Paris, and the Champs Elysees, one of the world's most prestigious boulevards, had been closed off. The attack on Thursday came just three days before French voters are expected to go to the polls to cast their ballots in the first round of the country's presidential election .
  • Federal complaint on Tad Cummins' alleged sex crimes — GRAPHIC

    Federal complaint on Tad Cummins' alleged sex crimes — GRAPHIC

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    Cummins had a warrant for his arrest with the charges of transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity after he allegedly kidnapped 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas last month. Cummins now faces federal charges for taking a minor over state lines for the objective of sex, WBIR reported. Cummins' wife also said the money from the loan, two handguns, clothes and toiletry items were missing after he left.
  • Pence tours Southeast Asia's largest mosque, talks trade in Indonesia

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    Mr Pence, the first senior U.S. administration official to visit Australia since the Republicans' shock election wins past year, will meet Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney to discuss regional security and the North Korean nuclear threat, as part of efforts to reassure America's allies in Asia and smooth over relations with the federal government.