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French President Francois Hollande said he is convinced the circumstances of the Paris shooting points to terrorist act, the Associated Press reported . "We don't understand why Islamic State has identified the wrong person", said a police source. The gunman was shot dead by police in the van while he was trying to flee the scene on foot.
  • Rouhani to run in Iran's election

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    That gives gadflies and publicity seekers the chance to smile and wave to gathered journalists. Some think more people register under moderate or reformist governments as they are less repressive. "He will go until the end", Javanfekr said. Every president since the early 1980s has won a second term, and Rouhani has done much to maintain his alliance of moderates and reformists - stabilising the economy and signing a landmark nuclear deal with world powers that ended many sanctions and ...
  • Jose Mourinho seriously negative on Man United injuries

    Jose Mourinho seriously negative on Man United injuries

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    United took the lead on the night and in the tie when Henrikh Mkhitaryan drilled in a low finish in the 10th minute but Anderlecht restored parity when Sofiane Hanni scrambled home an equaliser after 32 minutes. Asked about the condition of the pair, Mourinho said: "I want to wait, but my feeling is not good for both". United will play Anderlecht in a Europa League quarterfinal match on Thursday.
  • Australia 'would be in reach' of North Korean nuclear missile

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    North Korea's Ambassador to the United Nations Kim In Ryong said DPRK is "ready to react to any mode of war" desired by the USA and accuses the U.S. of using "gangster-like" logic. But North Korea's Ambassador to the United Nations has warned nuclear war may break out at any moment, accusing the U.S. of turning the Korean Peninsula into the "world's biggest hotspot".
  • Will France Leave The EU? It Depends On Who Wins Sunday's Election

    Will France Leave The EU? It Depends On Who Wins Sunday's Election

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    Le Pen has positioned herself as a strident nationalist who believes immigration has eroded the idea of France and that it needs to be seriously curtailed. Fillon, Le Pen and Macron cancelled their planned campaign events after the shooting. A truck ploughed into a Bastille Day crowd in Nice past year, killing more than 80, while coordinated attacks on the Bataclan concert hall and other sites in Paris claimed about 130 lives in November 2015.
  • Theresa May accused of 'opportunism' over election by EU Brexit negotiator

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    Surrey Labour party could vote to back a Liberal Democrat candidate next week to try to unseat the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, defying the national party which has said it will not entertain any "progressive alliance". 'We want a fair system of taxation to pay for our public services. "If people in Scotland want protection against the Tory government, if people in Scotland want an effective, strong opposition...they will only get it from the SNP", she added.
  • Trump Weighing Major Shakeup That Could Ax Priebus, Bannon

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    Priebus has reportedly been in hot water since the botched rollout in January of the president's first executive order banning travel to the United States from seven majority-Muslim nations, and he fell further out of Trump's favor after House Republicans' failure in March to pass legislation to reform the U.S.
  • Venezuela says it didn't seize GM plant for state use

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    Three people were killed Wednesday as police quelled protests with tear gas and gun shots. In recent protests, security forces have fired rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. Washington has expressed concern over the situation in Venezuela. "All of them have houses in Orlando (Florida), assets in the USA, apartments in NY, and yet they donate $500,000 from a country that is dying of hunger".
  • Wildfires rage across Florida, destroying homes and displacing thousands

    Wildfires rage across Florida, destroying homes and displacing thousands

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    In central Florida, wildfires that spread across more than 600 acres in Polk County were being investigated as suspicious, said a spokesman for the sheriff's office. "We know people have pets at home". And I encourage every Floridian to do their part to help prevent wildfires and report any suspected cases of arson by calling local authorities.
  • Hitting New Highs, Poll Shows Elevated Support for Legalization

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    This number was consistent among political parties. There is a five-point increase from 2016, and both the medical and the recreational use seem to scare people less. A handful of states have already begun to legalize marijuana for recreational use, including Colorado, California, and Nevada. Three in four adults between 18 and 34 support legal marijuana use , as do six in 10 Americans between 35 and 64.