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Barrientos's right leg was amputated following the shooting. "Getting ready to visit Walter Reed Medical Center with Melania", he wrote, referring to his wife Melania Trump. Military. "This was much easier", Trump said. Some held signs that said "Support Science" and "Science Saves Lives". Trump otherwise had a quiet Saturday in Washington, unlike the previous two weekends, which he spent at his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago.
  • United Kingdom parliament votes in favor of early national election

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    At the event, May criticised her opponents the Labour Party, the Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrats as, she said, they "want to do everything to stop us from being able to take Britain forward" and frustrate Brexit. Another Tory MP who holds a marginal Labour-facing Midlands seat said many colleagues were nervous that May would concentrate too heavily on Brexit and not pay enough attention to keeping on side the moderate centrists who may have voted remain.
  • British parliament backs PM Theresa May's plan for June 8 snap election

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    The parliamentary election comes less than a year after Britain voted to leave the European Union, and will likely be dominated by the political and economic upheaval spawned by Brexit. To vote in a general election you must be registered to vote. May, who took office in July after an internal Conservative Party leadership race, wants the election to increase her majority in Parliament and consolidate her power as she faces both pro-EU opposition politicians and hard-core Brexit-backers ...
  • Trump Responds To North Korean Threat With Just Two Words

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    In an editorial Tuesday, it pointed out that China and USA cooperation is increasing over the North Korean problem, and that the possibility of dragging out the North Korea issue indefinitely has "decreased drastically". Rationally, U.S. military pre-emption makes little sense given the low probability of removing all of Kim's WMD assets and the high probability that the North will launch a crippling conventional assault on Seoul.
  • Philippine troops kill suspected militant on resort island

    Philippine troops kill suspected militant on resort island

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    Melloria reportedly married a Muslim woman, converted to Islam and joined the ASG and was tagged as the group's guide in infiltrating Inabanga, Bohol. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned on Wednesday he might "invade" an island stronghold of the Islamic State-linked Abu Sayyaf to "finish the game" following a thwarted attempt by the group to kidnap tourists on a resort island last week.
  • Venezuela: Ten people killed in Caracas looting incident

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    Amid the chaos, 54 children were evacuated from a hospital in Petare. There were conflicting explanations why. Venezuela faces around 20 arbitration cases over nationalizations under late leader Hugo Chavez. The court, stacked with appointees of Maduro and Chavez, reversed its position in the wake of domestic and global outcries about an attempted power grab.
  • US intelligence intercepted communications between Syrian milita

    US intelligence intercepted communications between Syrian milita

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    MOSCOW - Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with President Vladimir Putin of Russia for almost two hours Wednesday, but the two men appeared unable to agree on the facts involving the deadly chemical weapons assault on Syrian civilians or Russian interference in the US election - much less move toward an improvement in basic relations.
  • Schiff: Trump breaking Iran deal 'a grave mistake'

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    However, the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the nuclear deal has failed to put an end to the nuclear threat posed by Iran - it has simply just pushed the date back. But after he took office, the United States president has not yet explicitly said he would pull out from the historic agreement. Now his administration is only focused on marginal changes that would preserve much of the existing agreement, according to draft guidelines that Trump's trade envoy sent to Congress.
  • United States 'disappointed' by Russia's support for Syria's Assad

    United States 'disappointed' by Russia's support for Syria's Assad

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    In his first televised interview, H.R. McMaster pointed to dual US goals of defeating the Islamic State group and removing Assad from power. It will be their first face-to-face encounter since USA cruise missiles slammed into a Syrian air base early Friday Damascus time in retaliation for a suspected sarin gas attack on April 4 that killed at least 87 civilians in Syria's northern Idlib province.
  • Europhiles see chance of revival in Brexit election

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    People who say they are prepared to trot off to the polling station and vote Labour , nevertheless believe that a Conservative prime minister is a better option than what their own party has on offer. May's Conservative Party holds a slim majority in Parliament's lower House of Commons and May is banking on gaining a greater share of the seats to make Brexit a smoother transition for her government.
  • French killer was detained for threat to police

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    Two officials told The Associated Press that Cheurfi was convicted in 2003 of attempted homicide in the shootings of two police officers. "It seems inevitable that this attack will have some impact on Sunday's vote", Jim Shields, professor of French politics at Aston University in Birmingham, England, told ABC News.
  • Christians need more protection, warns bishop in Egypt

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    After more than 40 people were killed during two church bombings in Egypt on Palm Sunday, President Donald Trump spoke with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and vowed "to protect Christians and all Egyptians". Seventeen people were killed and 66 injured in the afternoon in the second bomb attack at St. Mark's Cathedral in the port city of Alexandria . In March the same year, 13 people were killed in clashes between Muslims and Copts in Cairo's working class neighborhood of ...