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According to the local district attorney, he has been on the run for almost one month - so he will likely need a refill of his blood pressure medication very soon. AL.com reports that well over 1,000 tips have been received since Elizabeth's Amber Alert was issued in Alabama and Tennessee after the kidnapping on March 13.
  • Putin meets with Tillerson in Moscow

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    He said both countries had agreed that their lines of communications must stay open. Tillerson called for Assad to eventually relinquish power. Earlier in the day, Russian officials leveled a barrage of criticism against President Donald Trump's administration ahead of Tillerson's planned meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who joined Putin for the talk with the American secretary of state.
  • PM Modi announces $4.5 billion line of credit to Bangladesh

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    However, much-delayed pact on the Teesta water sharing remained elusive for the two sides. Resolving to arrive at an agreement on the contentious Teesta river water issue, PM Modi said, "Teesta is important for India, for Bangladesh and for India-Bangladesh relationship".
  • Union says Zuma must step down

    Union says Zuma must step down

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    South African President Jacob Zuma speaks at the official launch of the Trans-Africa Locomotive prototype near Pretoria, South Africa, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The DA will march on Friday from the Westgate Mall bus rank to Mary Fitzgerald Square in Johannesburg against the Cabinet reshuffle. Similar bids have failed to muster the needed votes to oust Zuma in the past.
  • Tillerson faces tough talks in Moscow amid increased tensions

    Tillerson faces tough talks in Moscow amid increased tensions

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    The official said the U.S.is now convinced Russian Federation controlled the drone. As he embarked on a trip to Moscow following urgent meetings in Italy with top diplomats, Tillerson said it was unclear whether Russian Federation had failed to take seriously its obligation to rid Syria of chemical weapons, or had merely been incompetent.
  • Prince George, Princess Charlotte to attend aunt Pippa's May wedding

    Prince George, Princess Charlotte to attend aunt Pippa's May wedding

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    But an announcement by Kensington Palace has cleared up the rumours with some unexpected news. "Kate would upstage her sister", royals editor Judy Wade told People a year ago. In that case, Harry has to attend the event without his girl. But since her royal relations are going to be there, including two future kings, the palace has to organize for media coverage while trying to ensure that the wedding party and guests retain a reasonable expectation of privacy.
  • May says diplomacy will solve Gibraltar row

    May says diplomacy will solve Gibraltar row

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    With Brexit tensions rising over the British territory , Tuesday a Spanish gunship the Infanta Christina made an illegal incursion into Gibraltar's territorial waters. Mr Picardo insisted that the people of the territory would not be used as bargaining chips in trade negotiations. In declarations to reporters, the Spaniosh minister of Foreign Affairs, Alfonso Dastis, showed this Monday its surprise over the tone of the government of Prime Minister Theresa May, regarding the mentioned ...
  • Britain blames Russia for 'every civilian death' in Syria chemical attack

    Britain blames Russia for 'every civilian death' in Syria chemical attack

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    Ms Bishop said US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's visit to Russian Federation was important to discuss removing Assad as part of moving to end the conflict. A United Kingdom government source said: "The important thing is that this is Britain helping to influence U.S. policy on Syria and Russian Federation, far from being a poodle".
  • President Trump Receives Some Support on Revised Travel Ban

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    He added that he was paid according to his "clients' preferred financial institutions and instructions". The freshly revealed payments were made by companies based in Belize, and come a month after the AP also reported USA authorities had looked into payments originating from Cyprus.