• 'No Love' for Russia: Trump Won't Stop Haley from 'Beating Up'

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    Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S. this week to meet with Trump, U.S. officials have spoken strongly of the need for China to do more to pressure North Korea to comply with United Nations resolutions. Nikki Haley , during an interview with American broadcaster ABC , said action should be taken against Moscow once the investigations are over to deter future mischief.
  • Was German Soccer Bus Bombing Muslim Terrorism?

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    Europe's biggest clubs on notice after another fine display. Dortmund's Marc Bartra was injured in yesterday's blast. "We would have wanted to have more time to digest all of this". "The consequences could have been far worse", Koehle said . The bus turned down the main street and there was a giant explosion. Marcel Schmelzer and Bender, playing for just the third time in an injury-hit season, were replaced by Nuri Sahin and Pulisic at the break and only Fabinho prevented Aubameyang ...
  • Uzair Baloch taken into military custody: ISPR

    Uzair Baloch taken into military custody: ISPR

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    The Lyari gang war leader who has close ties to the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) was arrested by the Sindh Rangers previous year during a search operation on the outskirts of Karachi. Baloch's case is also mired in controversy. Jadhav was arrested in March past year, "for his involvement in espionage and sabotage activities against Pakistan", according to a statement released by the Pakistan armed forces.
  • Kim Richards to Appear in Reunion Show This Week

    Kim Richards to Appear in Reunion Show This Week

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    On the second part of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion airing next Tuesday, Andy Cohen brings up a rumor that Kim Richards once got wined and dined by our now-President Donald Trump! "I think that she basically used me as a storyline and it's over".
  • Explosion at Turkey police station was 'terror attack'

    Explosion at Turkey police station was 'terror attack'

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    Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu had announced after the explosion that it appeared to be accidental, with no "outside intervention". An explosion in a fix shop at a police compound in Turkey was the result of a "terror attack" and not an accident, the country's interior minister said Wednesday.
  • Sean Spicer Apologizes After Comparing Syrian President to Adolf Hitler

    Sean Spicer Apologizes After Comparing Syrian President to Adolf Hitler

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    The comment , comparing Syrian President Bashar Assad with the Nazi leader, came as Spicer was defending President Donald Trump's decision to strike a Syrian air base. Spicer said he "let the president down". There are historical facts proving Hitler did use gas chambers to kill six million Jewish people during the Holocaust.
  • 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' sweeps London's Olivier Awards

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    Anthony Boyle , for his portrayal of Scorpius Malfoy , Draco Malfoy's son, won the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role . The play is written by Jack Thorne and based on a story by J.K. Our ladies of Perpetual Succour won best new comedy while Akhnaten took the prize for best new opera production. The critically acclaimed production, which opened past year in London's West End, went in with 11 nominations.
  • Trump Puts Bombing North Korea On The 'Back Burner'

    Trump Puts Bombing North Korea On The 'Back Burner'

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    China, North Korea's sole major ally and benefactor, has called for a peaceful resolution after a sharp rise in rhetoric between the United States and Pyongyang. Some analysts cautioned that targeting Chinese entities with so-called "secondary sanctions" could backfire and make Beijing less willing to cooperate, and that dealing with a country that already has nuclear weapons differs from dealing with one accused of trying acquire them.
  • Bob Dylan Finally Accepts Nobel Prize in Stockholm

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    But Sara Danius , permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, wrote on her blog Wednesday that no lecture is scheduled for this weekend. She wrote that Dylan - who greeted news of the prize previous year with two weeks of silence and skipped the ceremony because of "pre-existing commitments" - would be in town to play two concerts at the Stockholm Waterfront.