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A US military commander (R) walks with a commander (C) from the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) as they inspect the damage at YPG headquarters after it was hit by Turkish airstrikes in Mount Karachok near Malikiya, Syria. The move comes as final preparations are underway to take out Islamic State in Raqqa and could damage efforts to push the terror organization out of its most important stronghold in Syria.
  • Flight Club: Brawl erupts at Florida airport after delays

    Flight Club: Brawl erupts at Florida airport after delays

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    Sen. Watch the full video here: Long lines formed after the cancellations, and some customers became irate. United's image took another blow when a giant rabbit died as it awaited a connecting flight in Chicago. The airline won a federal court order on Tuesday ordering the union to have its members again start flying their normal allotment of flights. "We are disappointed that ALPA has chose to engage in this unlawful slowdown", Spirit spokesman Paul Berry said.
  • PM Narendra Modi Congratulates Emmanuel Macron On Victory

    PM Narendra Modi Congratulates Emmanuel Macron On Victory

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    Like Macron, Le Pen will now have to work to try to convert her presidential result into parliamentary seats, in a two-round system that has in the past encouraged voters to vote tactically to keep her out. Many of those will have been supporters of the far-left maverick Jean-Luc Mélenchon, whose high-spending, anti-EU, anti-globalisation platform had many similarities with Le Pen's.
  • NKorea says its missiles target USA mainland

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    The North Korean missile test also comes as the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group arrived near the Korean Peninsula, where it joined a USA submarine, the USS Michigan, which is docked in a South Korean port. He recalled the $1.5 billion that the United States had given North Korea in earlier phases of interaction since 1995 and held out promise of resumption of assistance and cooperation if North Korea gave up its nuclear weapons.
  • Suspect in doctors' slayings once worked at their posh condo

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    An official also told the Globe that "a message of retribution" was found written on a wall inside the apartment. Little is known about Teixeira at this time. His tragic and sudden passing leaves an inescapable void in all of us. Dr Bolanos, 38, was a paediatric anaesthesiologist at Massachusetts Eye and Ear hospital and an instructor at Harvard Medical School.
  • Theresa May doesn't like the UK's chances at 2017 Eurovision Contest

    Theresa May doesn't like the UK's chances at 2017 Eurovision Contest

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    Her exit was sparked by Simon Cowell's controversial choice to keep Jedward in the competition (coincidentally, also Eurovision entrants for Ireland in 2011). Of the 64 acts who have won the contest to date, a little over half (36) represented a country in the European Union or EEC. Meanwhile, speculation has been rife about the Brexit effect but John is banking on songs and spectacle, not politics and pettiness, winning the day.
  • South Korea's New President Could Make Life Harder for Donald Trump

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    Liberal candidate Moon Jae-In won South Korea's special election over the conservative challenger with a plurality of the vote, receiving 41.4% of the ballots in his favor. Before the election, the North Korea government asked South Koreans to vote for a more liberal candidate. Despite unusually high level of undecided voters due to split in the conservative camp and tight election schedule, turnout was exceptionally high at 77.2 percent.
  • Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

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    Zeleny said Trump "did not necessarily have the rationale" to fire Comey when he first began discussing the possibility "but then asked the attorney general and the deputy attorney general to look for that rationale and that explanation".