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Four people died in yesterday's attack , after a vehicle was driven along the pavement on Westminster Bridge and a policeman was stabbed outside the Houses of Parliament. Born in the county of Kent and a resident of the West Midlands in central England, Masood was known to police and the MI5 by several aliases and had a raft of previous convictions dating from 1983 to 2003.
  • Federal judge in Hawaii extends injunction halting travel ban

    Federal judge in Hawaii extends injunction halting travel ban

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    The judge who halted President Donald Trump's revised travel ban on refugees and arrivals from six mainly Muslim countries has extended his order, dealing another blow to the White House. The Trump administration is appealing a Hawaii federal judge's ruling blocking President Trump's revised travel ban. Watson says "it came immediately on the heels of Judge Chuang's decision".
  • Trump Exclusive: We're Not Going Into Syria

    Trump Exclusive: We're Not Going Into Syria

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin did not adopt Tillerson's conciliatory tone, instead telling local media that the level of trust between the USA and Moscow had deteriorated further since Trump took office, according to Reuters. "I think this president's made it very clear that if those actions were to continue, further action will definitely be considered by the United States."Retaliating for barrel bombs would require a major shift in USA policy since rebels say the weapons are used nearly ...
  • Ontlametse Phalatse has passed away

    Ontlametse Phalatse has passed away

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    Her doctors predicted that she would only survive until her 14th birthday. The doctors did everything possible to save her. Her death is coming weeks after she met with South African president Jacob Zuma to celebrate her birthday. A courageous young fighter has fallen. "I was impressed by her sharp intellect‚ warm personality‚ brilliant ideas and her determination to use her condition to motivate others that they can achieve their goals regardless of any challenges‚" Zuma said in a statement.
  • South African opposition marks Zuma's birthday with protest

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    Born 12 April 1942, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma has been South Africa's President since 2009, he was re-elected in the 2014 election. Besides other civic organisations, the National Day of Action has been organised by the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), the African Independent Congress (AIC), the African People's Convention (APC), Agang SA, the Congress of the People (COPE), the Democratic Alliance (DA), the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) and the United ...
  • Easter egg hunts are coming

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    The 1- to 3-year-old treasure hunters will be in the section nearest the pavilion. Havannah House is hosting an Easter Festival this Saturday, bringing a free family fun and lots of chocolate eggs to Apex Park (near the aeroplane). A hunt for children ages seven to 10 will follow at Linscott Park. The divisions will be: pre-school, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade and fourth grade.
  • White House says Kremlin tried to 'cover-up' Assad attack

    White House says Kremlin tried to 'cover-up' Assad attack

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    On Thursday night, President Trump ordered Tomahawk cruise missile strikes on a Syrian airfield in response to what the United States believes was a chemical weapons attack at the hands of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. After seeing intelligence on last week's Syrian chemical attack, Secretary of Defense James Mattis has "no doubt" the Syrian regime is responsible, he told reporters at the Pentagon Tuesday.
  • Fernando Alonso to miss Monaco GP to race at Indy 500

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    McLaren announced on Wednesday that it will field a one-car team for Alonso at the event, which will be run by Andretti Autosport and supplied by Honda engines. "I've watched a lot of IndyCar action on TV and online, and it's clear that great precision is required to race in close proximity with other cars on the far side of 220mph".
  • Kremlin says Putin may meet USA's Tillerson on Wednesday

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    He says the US missile strikes on a Syrian air base following accusations that Syria's government's used chemical weapons that killed dozens of people last week "strongly resembles the developments of 2003". "Nor can we accept the normalisation of the use of chemical weapons by other actors or countries in Syria or elsewhere", he added. He says that makes it hard to have clarity about US positions.
  • Xi, Trump have similar traits, analysts say

    Xi, Trump have similar traits, analysts say

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    There was no awkward handshake and only broad smiles as U.S. President Donald Trump met his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, for the first time, Chinese media and analysts noted, with some even predicting that they would develop a good personal relationship as they share similar traits.
  • Russell Westbrook Leads OKC Thunder to Buzzer-Beating Win While Breaking Record

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    Last summer, Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the Golden State Warriors as a free agent. He scored the team's final 13 points as Oklahoma City rallied from 10 down with three minutes left. The Hawks wiped out a 26-point deficit in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Cavs 44-18 in the period and forcing overtime on Millsap's baseline jumper at the buzzer.