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Earlier, the Russian president compared the ongoing accusations about the use of chemical weapons in Syria with the 2003 events when U.S. used chemical weapons in Iraq it as a pretext to unleash a military campaign in the country. Washington wants Russian Federation to stop supporting Assad, who has been fighting a six-year-long civil war against mostly Sunni Muslim rebels, also with the backing of Shi'ite Muslim Iran.
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    US seeks support on Syria, but big questions remain

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    Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano told his Japanese counterpart on the sidelines of the Group of Seven foreign ministers meeting that the worldwide community was united in its will to pressure North Korea to halt its ballistic missile tests.
  • Oslo on terror alert as police find 'bomb-like' device

    Oslo on terror alert as police find 'bomb-like' device

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    Police in Scandinavia have been on heightened alert after a lorry was driven through a crowd in the Swedish capital Stockholm on Friday. Bjørnland confirmed that the 17-year-old came to Norway with his family as asylum seekers from Russian Federation seven years ago and he later was granted permanent residence.
  • Ronaldo's brace gives Madrid edge over Bayern in CL quarters

    Ronaldo's brace gives Madrid edge over Bayern in CL quarters

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    Having already picked up a yellow card for pulling Ronaldo back on 58 minutes, Martinez was shown a red for again fouling the Portugal captain just three minutes later. "We are all a bit disappointed but we were up against a goalkeeper who made a lot of great saves". "Even another goal would not have made that much difference".
  • United States sends strike group to Korea

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    Meanwhile, Trump is reported to have pressed Chinese President Xi Jinping to have his country take a greater role in curbing North Korea's nuclear and missile aspirations. While a United States unilateral strike on North Korea from a shorter range might be more effective, it would likely endanger many civilians in the South and risk triggering a broader military conflict, experts warn.
  • Donald Trump: China 'not a currency manipulator'

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    Almost three months into office, President Donald Trump has dropped much of his unorthodox campaign rhetoric on foreign policy and embraced a much more establishment view that in many ways doesn't differ much from his Democratic predecessor.
  • Selfie time: Modi rides the Delhi metro with Australian PM Turnbull

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    Modi joked about the ongoing IPL in his speech and said, "I hope your visit to India is as productive as it has been for Steven Smith's batting, the other Australian Captain". The signed agreements include cooperation in combating global terrorism and transnational organised crime. "A particular highlight of my trip has been to see firsthand the new Indian Energy Research Institute and Deakin University's collaboration on a Nanobiotechnology Research Centre in New Delhi", he added.
  • US's Syrian strike may snowball into a global conflict. Here's why

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    The chemical attack on Monday killed at least 80 people in the northwestern part of Syria and led to the USA launching more than 50 Tomahawk missiles from warships stationed in the Mediterranean at a Syrian airfield. Secondly, we don't see a peaceful Syria with Assad in there. On Tuesday, a chemical attack by the Syrian government against civilians left at least 72 people dead and hundreds were injured.
  • FBI Reportedly Monitored Trump Campaign Adviser For Russia Contacts

    FBI Reportedly Monitored Trump Campaign Adviser For Russia Contacts

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    The Washington Post , citing law enforcement and other USA officials, reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department obtained the warrant targeting Page's communications after convincing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) judge that there was probable cause to believe that he was acting as an agent of a foreign power , in this case Russian Federation.
  • North Korea calls United States strikes on Syria

    North Korea calls United States strikes on Syria "unforgivable"

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    By authorizing the mission targeting a military base, the United States carried out its first direct military attack against the regime headed by Bashar al-Assad since the civil war began. Those include the failure to persuade Congress to repeal and replace Obamacare, legal challenges to Trump's travel ban and continuing investigations into alleged Russian meddling in the election, which Russia has denied, and into potential Trump associates' ties to Russia.