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White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon will not be ousted from the White House without a fight. Trump reorganized his National Security Council on Wednesday, removing Bannon from the principals committee on the same day the president was weighing options for a missile strike against Syria, his administration's first major decision on a military action.
  • Battles within and outside German nationalist convention

    Battles within and outside German nationalist convention

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    It has already seen its support drop from a high of 16 per cent last September to just nine per cent in recent weeks. In a fervent appeal opening the event, Petry said the AfD could still aim to become Germany's top party by the next general election in four years' time if it softened the harder edges of its message.
  • One dead, 7 injured in crash involving Greyhound bus near Quesnel, BC

    One dead, 7 injured in crash involving Greyhound bus near Quesnel, BC

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    One person has died and numerous other people suffered injuries that police describe as minor to serious following a crash Friday night on Highway 97, south of Kersley. The cause of the crash was still under investigation Friday evening, but alcohol was not believed to be a factor. Several other vehicles were also involved.
  • Venezuela shop owner says looting like 'war'

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    Opposition leaders have promised to keep up their protests, demanding that Maduro's government call general elections, free nearly 100 jailed opposition activists and respect the autonomy of the opposition-led Congress. "It was like a war", said Carlos Yanez, a resident of the southwestern district of El Valle . Senior opposition leader Henrique Capriles slammed Maduro as a "dictator" and "mythomaniac".
  • Hundreds more join Mosul exodus as Iraqi forces retake another western district

    Hundreds more join Mosul exodus as Iraqi forces retake another western district

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    Mosul, 400 km north of Iraqi capital Baghdad , has been under IS control since June 2014, when government forces abandoned their posts and fled, enabling IS militants to take control of parts of Iraq's northern and western regions. That said, officers in the field still have the authority to call in strikes. The video shows the ISIS combatants firing at Iraqi security forces from the home in an apparent attempt to provoke a U.S.
  • KP lawyers, politicians flay opposition demand of PM resignation

    KP lawyers, politicians flay opposition demand of PM resignation

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    The sources said that the prime minister also held an informal meeting with senior party leaders in the presence of legal experts to discuss the course of action in the light of the court's verdict, which had called for setting up a JIT to investigate the money trail of the Sharif family members' huge businesses and purchase of property overseas as revealed by the Panama Papers leaks past year.
  • Chinese Grand Prix: Hamilton Beats Vettel To Pole

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    Kimi Raikkonen was fifth in the other Ferrari, just ahead of Hamilton's colleague Valtteri Bottas. Type " JOIN " and send to 9910181818. We were both pushing and those last 20 laps we were really exchanging times. "It is going to be one of the closest championships, if not the closest I've personally ever experienced", said Hamilton. "Trying to keep the vehicle on the track and look after the tyres at the same time was very tough".
  • North Korea threatens 'super mighty pre-emptive strike' against US

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    Despite knowing that the test was a failure, both the South Korean and US government are still unable to determine the type of missiles that North Korea used. The U.S. Defense Department does not comment on deployments of the WC-135 Constant Phoenix aircraft used to collect samples from the atmosphere to detect and analyse nuclear explosions.
  • Leading Candidate in French Presidential Race

    Leading Candidate in French Presidential Race

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    In an interview with The Associated Press , Trump said that while he is not explicitly endorsing Le Pen, the attack played to her strengths. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. A man that Belgian authorities had flagged to their French counterparts over possible involvement in Thursday's Paris shootings turned himself into police in Belgium's northern city of Antwerp, news agency Belga said on Friday.
  • County sending in the sandbags as Lake Ontario rises

    County sending in the sandbags as Lake Ontario rises

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    The comment was made during a Niagra County news conference Thursday conducted as part of safety efforts around rising Lake Ontario water levels affecting the shore there. "Plan 2014 took effect on January 7 and it has contributed a very small amount to the situation we're seeing now", said Bevacqua. Reilich is concerned about homeowners in his town who may be impacted soon if the water keeps rising.
  • Lib Dems managed to raise £500000 in just two days

    Lib Dems managed to raise £500000 in just two days

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    Media reports had said the aid commitment would be scrapped amid opposition from some lawmakers who said it should be spent at home instead. The Lib Dems too are hoping to pinch votes from Labour, which is split on how to approach Brexit as well as the future of its embattled leader Jeremy Corbyn .
  • Le Pen 'exploited Paris shooting to boost campaign'

    Le Pen 'exploited Paris shooting to boost campaign'

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    According to Le Monde, security services detained and interrogated Cheurfi in February, after he made threats online, and investigated him again last month, when he attempted to contact foreign-based jihadists, but failed to gather enough evidence to charge him with any crimes, while acknowledging that he was "excessively risky and violent".