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With Dortmund players due back on the pitch in Germany's premier league, the Bundesliga, police are pursuing leads in their probe of Tuesday's attack that left Spanish worldwide Marc Bartra and a policeman injured. Dortmund's Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Roman Weidenfeller, Matthias Ginter and Julian Weigl, from left, react after losing 2-3 during the Champions League quarterfinal first leg soccer match between Borussia Dortmund and AS M.
  • McAuley: SunTrust Park Fan Experience 'Will Be Way Up There'

    McAuley: SunTrust Park Fan Experience 'Will Be Way Up There'

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    Almost three years have passed since former Braves manager Bobby Cox, 75, took his rightful place among baseball's all-time greats at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Jaime Garcia takes the ball for the Braves in this spot and he will be looking to build on what has been a rocky start. He got two victories for the USA team that won the 1996 Olympic bronze medal at Atlanta Fulton-County Stadium but was 0-3 against the Braves at Turner Field in six starts and three ...
  • Local student reacts to contentious French presidential election

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    French presidential contender Marine Le Pen said she is leaving her post as president of the far-right National Front Party to be a candidate for "all the French" ahead of a runoff election. Le Pen won 21.4 percent of the vote on Sunday to 23.9 percent for Macron, who is now projected to defeat her by a margin of about 20 points in the runoff.
  • House oversight panel: No sign Flynn complied with the law

    House oversight panel: No sign Flynn complied with the law

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    He referred some of the requests for documents to the Defense Department and said other documents were likely to contain classified or confidential information. But that response has raised more questions. This announcement from the Oversight Committee is new, but the revelation of Flynn's legal troubles isn't.
  • Seoul: North Korea holds drill to mark anniversary

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    North Korea marked Tuesday's anniversary of the founding of its military with artillery drills, celebrations that took place as a U.S. guided missile submarine docked in South Korea and U.S. The North is also believed to be preparing for a sixth nuclear weapons test. The nuclear-powered USS Michigan submarine arrived at Busan in what was described as a routine port visit to rest the crew and load supplies.
  • Top officials resign in Afghanistan after Taliban kills more than 140 soldiers

    Top officials resign in Afghanistan after Taliban kills more than 140 soldiers

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    Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani (R) arrives to visit the victims of April 21's attack on an army headquarters, in Mazar-i-Sharif, northern Afghanistan April 22, 2017. Habibi had come under intense pressure from Afghan lawmakers following an Islamic State attack on a Kabul military hospital in March. The attack comes just days after a group of U.S.
  • Canada-US relationship bigger, more important than any one 'irritant,' says PM

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    The move comes ahead of expected talks to renegotiate the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement. Trump has called the move "a disgrace" that's hurting US producers in dairy states like Wisconsin. The allegations are the same made in previous softwood trade battles which were rejected and overturned by independent Nafta panels, she said. The industry group represents companies such as Canfor, West Fraser and Interfor.
  • Italy is key United States partner in Mediterranean, Trump tells Gentiloni

    Italy is key United States partner in Mediterranean, Trump tells Gentiloni

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    Trump called Italy a "key partner" in the fight against terrorism, noting it is the second largest contributor of troops to Iraq and Afghanistan, and praised it for its efforts to stabilize Libya . Trump has pulled the United States out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a pact that he called "a disaster". He said it requires social and economic collaboration with Muslim communities to be effective.