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A Reuter's exclusive cites seven anonymous "informed sources" with access to the confidential reports of the Moscow-based Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS). But Trump is yet to deliver on his pre-election promises of renewed relations with Russian Federation and has faced pressure to distance himself from the former Soviet state amid a scandal about his team's ties to the Kremlin.
  • Trump suggests Le Pen to win French presidential election

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    He was arrested in February on suspicion of plotting to kill officers but was released because of lack of evidence. Police did however find a handwritten note praising ISIS near the slain attacker. "What our attackers want is death, symbolism, to sow panic (and) to disturb a democratic process", he said. The Republican president predicted the attack claimed by the ISIS group, in which a gunman shot dead a policeman and wounded two others on the world-famous Champs-Elysees avenue, would ...
  • Chinese leader urges restraint over North Korea in call with Trump

    Chinese leader urges restraint over North Korea in call with Trump

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    In the meantime, South Korea's defense authorities said Monday that the Vinson is scheduled to hold a joint training exercise with South Korean ships near the peninsula. "In cases where USA citizens are reported to be detained in North Korea, we work with the Swedish Embassy, which serves as the United States' Protecting Power in North Korea".
  • Prime Minister Abe: Japan to Continue Close Cooperation With US

    Prime Minister Abe: Japan to Continue Close Cooperation With US

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    With tensions rising between the USA and North Korea , the Pentagon on Sunday called for the isolated communist nation to avoid destabilizing the situation further. "The U.S. must realize that ... the preemptive strike is not an exclusive right to the U.S.", North Korea further stated. There is no evidence yet it has done so or that it has missiles with the range to reach long-distance targets like the USA mainland, but experts believe it will achieve these goals in the future.
  • Le Pen says will defend France against globalization

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    Voter turnout was higher than expected in the closely watched race that could ultimately change the future of Europe. Macron and Le Pen will square off again on May 7. - A former member of the Socialist Party with a previous career as an investment banker, Macron leads a movement called En Marche! Macron favours gradual deregulation measures that will be welcomed by global financial markets, as well as cuts in state expenditure and the civil service.
  • Most Americans are not happy with President Trump's first 100 days

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    According to an ABC News/Washington Post poll released on Sunday, only 42 per cent of Americans say they approve of the job Trump is doing, compared to 53 per cent who disapprove. He followed it up moments later with a second tweet, saying: "ABC News/Washington Post Poll (wrong big on election) said nearly all stand by their vote on me & 53% said strong leader".
  • Bill O'Reilly Is Already Back With A New Podcast

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    Kelly, who was considered more middle-of-the-road politically than other leading Fox personalities, has also indicated that she was harassed by Roger Ailes , the former chief of the news network, who left Fox in July 2016 under a cloud of sexual harassment allegations.
  • AAP promises to make Delhi clean & healthy

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    All the three municipal corporations have failed to utilise even 40 per cent of the money allocated for sanitation and hygiene works", the AAP leader said. "It is the obligatory function of the municipal corporations to take preventive steps to stop the spread of vector borne diseases in which the BJP completely failed".
  • Abe, Trump discuss North Korea amid rising tensions

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    Fresh off an huge North Kore. This indicated that North Korea was developing technologies to "cold-launch" ICBMs, ejecting them from the launch tubes before they ignite in midair, which would prevent its limited number of ICBM-capable launcher trucks from being damaged and also allow the missiles to be fired from silos.
  • North Korea is 'too risky to ignore', warns U.S. amid rising tensions

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    China wields huge influence over the North Korean economy, accounting for more than 80% of its smaller neighbor's foreign trade and serving as its main gateway to the rest of the world. An official North Korean website warned Monday that Pyongyang will "wipe out" the United States if Washington starts a war on the peninsula, the latest tit-for-tat sabre-rattling that has sent tensions soaring in the region.
  • Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr to Miss More Games Due to Health

    Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr to Miss More Games Due to Health

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    He is dealing with complications from back surgeries he underwent last summer that caused him to miss the first 43 games of the 2015-16 regular season. While refusing to detail the symptoms, Kerr has warned others with back issues against surgery. Assistant coach Mike Brown served as the acting head coach.
  • Venezuela protests: Looting, shootings leave 13 dead in one day

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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. Protesters blame Maduro for an economic crisis marked by severe shortages of food, medicine and basic goods. The government accuses the opposition of hiring armed agitators to sow violence, while the opposition says it is the government using hired thugs and ordering the ...