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Protestors try to drown out a press conference with Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Senator Lois Kolkhorst as they introduce Senate Bill 6 known as the Texas Privacy Act, which provides solutions to the federal mandate of transgender bathrooms, showers and dressing rooms in all Texas schools.
  • Putin Spokesman Calls Out America's

    Putin Spokesman Calls Out America's "Emotional Obsession" With Russia

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    Speaking to reporters on the telephone, Dmitry Peskov , President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, noted America's "emotional obsession" with Russian Federation, adding confidently, however, that it "will end soon". Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday at the White House to discuss an array of issues. Needless to say, the incident only deepened suspicions of Russia's influence over the Trump administration.
  • Syria will abide by 'de-escalation'

    Syria will abide by 'de-escalation'

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    There are still questions about how it will be enforced. The deal, the details of which are expected to be worked out over the next month, had been brokered between Turkey, Iran and Russian Federation, which proposed it. "It is the duty of these armed groups to force the Nusra Front (al-Qaida branch) and others to leave their areas in order for this area to become an area of de-escalation", he said.
  • Companies urged to secure networks after cyber attack

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    The attack has sparked a political blame-game over who should take responsibility for the NHS's computer security failures. It encrypts files on a user's computer, blocking them from view, before demanding money, via an on-screen message, to access them again.
  • Turkey slams U.S. arming Syrian Kurds in IS fight

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    A "forced withdrawal" of ISIS fighters contributed to the global anti-ISIS coalition-partnered ground forces retaking of the northern Syrian city of Tabqa on Wednesday, the Coalition has announced. "Yesterday the president authorized the Department of Defense to equip Kurdish elements of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) as necessary to ensure a clear victory over ISIL in Raqqah, Syria".
  • Guide to the parties: Labour

    Guide to the parties: Labour

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    Prime Minister Theresa May called on voters to secure the country's future with a vote for her party. 'He must be so confident in the Labour party, or very politically astute'. The leaked draft - initially published by the Daily Mirror, The Daily Telegraph, BBC and other news outlets - suggested that Mr Corbyn, a left-wing politician, had decisively broken with the centrist legacy of most of his recent Labour predecessors, most notably that of former prime minister Tony Blair, who won three ...
  • Talks between U.S. and North Korea possible

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    Trump, earlier this month, had also said that he would be "honoured" to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Experts have warned Pyongyang could carry out a sixth nuclear test this month and more ballistic missile launches in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions.
  • Moon to send lawmaker as special envoy to China

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    Moon expressed his hope for a meeting with Modi in the near future. During the campaign, Moon had criticized the anti-missile system, known as the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD, which China sees as a threat to its security.
  • Negotiations ongoing to exchange more Chibok girls with detained insurgents

    Negotiations ongoing to exchange more Chibok girls with detained insurgents

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    Aghedo argues, while stressing that the government "must continue to work towards rescuing the rest and rebuilding safety and stability in the region". That was a heart-warming and positive development for these young women and their families. "Their psychological state is better than when these ones [ the 21] came, so I believe between now and September these other ones should be able to stabilise and we will be able to take all of them to school in September", she said.
  • Talks under way to secure release of more kidnapped schoolgirls

    Talks under way to secure release of more kidnapped schoolgirls

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    Chibok schoolgirls, recently freed from Nigeria extremist captivity, are photographed in Abuja, Nigeria, Monday May 8, 2017. The list was released late Sunday night after Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari met with the young women before leaving for London for medical checkups as fears for his health continue.