• Pence reaffirms US-Australia alliance after Trump dispute

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    But he brushed off questions about whether Australia would join any military strike on the regime in the future. "At this stage the support that we are providing is at the level of diplomacy", he said. During what should have been a routine phone call, Trump ended up complaining about the arrangement, calling it "the worst deal ever", and ending the phone call early.
  • Items From Ivanka Trump's Clothing Line Were Mislabeled as Adrienne Vittadini

    Items From Ivanka Trump's Clothing Line Were Mislabeled as Adrienne Vittadini

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    G-III, the company that manufactures and distributes Ivanka apparel through a license agreement, told Business of Fashion in a statement that it accepts responsibility for resolving the issue . It's hard to imagine how this could've happened without someone from Ivanka Trump's camp knowing, especially since the brand took such a hit after it was dropped from prominent retailers like Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.
  • France tightens security ahead of presidential elections

    France tightens security ahead of presidential elections

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    Islamic State claimed responsibility for the shooting soon afterwards, in a statement identifying the attacker as "Abu Yousif al-Belgiki (the Belgian)". The people of France will not take much more of this. The French president will be chosen in a runoff of the top two candidates on May 7. At a televised news conference Friday, Le Pen called for the closure of all "Islamist" mosques in France, the expulsion of hate preachers and the reinstatement of French borders.
  • Easter egg hunts on tap

    Easter egg hunts on tap

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    Sophie Fenton is on the move during the annual Crystal Shores egg hunt on April 15. The zoo scattered thousands of eggs in four age defining stations throughout the park. The areas are divided off by age group - 0-3, 4-8 and 9-12. "I like that I get to see my sister enjoy it and I like getting candy and the eggs and stuff, "says Attendee Damien Woods".
  • Trump marking Holocaust remembrance vows to combat denialism

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    Some victims of the Japanese internment camps in the United States have also issued similar warnings, saying Trump's campaign promises and fear mongering about immigrants and Muslims echo sentiments that led to their imprisonment. In New Jersey, anti-Semitic attacks rose by 15 percent to 157 in 2016 from 137 in 2015. "I hate the charge". The White House's commitment to fighting anti-Semitism was questioned earlier in the year after it released a statement on International Holocaust ...
  • 2nd suspect in Stockholm truck attack released

    2nd suspect in Stockholm truck attack released

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    He is suspected of driving a stolen truck into pedestrians on a busy street in central Stockholm before crashing into a department store. The unnamed person was detained on Sunday on the order of prosecutors, the force said, without going into further details on the suspected offence.
  • Another US Citizen Detained In North Korea

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    An unidentified North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman said the US administration's policy to maximize pressure on North Korea was "little short of lighting the fuse of total war", the state news agency reported . "He (Trump) doesn't want a war any more than I do". Japan has installed PAC-3 surface-to-air missile launchers, used to engage incoming ballistic missile threats, at key sites in Tokyo.
  • Wild Boars Killed ISIS Terrorists as They Prepared an Attack

    Wild Boars Killed ISIS Terrorists as They Prepared an Attack

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    So as ISIS prepped its revenge, wild boars had a different idea. It is understood the boars went on a frenzied rampage near farmland in al-Rashad region, 53km south of Kirkuk . According to the report , the three fighters were part of an IS detachment planning to attack local anti-jihadist tribal forces. The Iraqi government is under increasing pressure to get rid of the Isis stronghold, but it will not have the resources to do so until it retakes Mosul, the Islamic State's ...
  • China Celebrates Launch Of 'Homemade' Aircraft Carrier

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    The as-yet-unnamed carrier joins the Liaoning , a repurposed 1980s-era Soviet ship that was bought from Ukraine and launched in 2012. China began building its second carrier in November 2013. The carrier's launch comes amid heated rhetoric between the United States and North Korea and ongoing tensions in the South China Sea. China has urged calm.
  • N. Korea hails 'largest ever' firing drill

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    The Rodong Sinmun - the official mouthpiece of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea - carried several photos of the drill in a three-page spread. McCain said a North Korean nuclear missile capable of striking an American city was "an imminent danger".
  • France's Le Pen Wishes to Maintain Peaceful Relations With Russia, US, UK

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    With its hangars of giant cheeses, animal carcasses and towering crates of fruit, the sprawling market in the suburb of Rungis has always been a favourite campaign stop among presidential candidates. French far-right president candidate Marine le Pen is accusing rival Emmanuel Macron of being "weak" in the fight against Islamic terrorism. "The voters who voted for Mr.