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The White House press secretary, Sean Spicer , on Monday said the USA would not become "the world's policeman", but he said later about Syria's chemical weapons use, "If we see this kind of action again, we hold open the possibility of future action".
  • Champions League: Monaco defeat Dortmund in rescheduled quarter-final tie

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    It gives you a feeling of impotence. Three explosions hit a bus carrying soccer team Borussia Dortmund (BVB) on April 11 in Dortmund , a city in northwestern Germany, as the team was preparing to play a European match. Prosecutors said the explosive devices contained metal pins, one of which buried into a headrest on the vehicle. The spokeswoman for the Federal Prosecutors, who handle probes into suspected terrorism, said investigators had found three letters near the scene of the ...
  • Army, police setup committee to investigate clash in Yobe

    Army, police setup committee to investigate clash in Yobe

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    He said that the Mobile Police went to the Presidential lodge to free the commandant and the fracas ensued. He said that the Inspector-General of Police has directed the Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Zone 12, Bauchi, and the Commissioner of Police in Yobe, to sustain the normalcy that has been restored.
  • Dollar drops vs. rivals after Trump says it's 'too strong'

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    Asian stock markets were mostly lower Thursday after Wall Street fell for a second day and U.S. President Donald Trump. The yellow metal jumped to a 5 month high on Thursday as the U.S. The president didn't rule out re-nominating Fed Chair Janet Yellen once her four-year term is up next year. "It is debatable whether Trump can have both a weak currency and massive fiscal stimulus at the same time".
  • Borussia Dortmund: Thomas Tuchel says club 'ignored' over Monaco tie

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    Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel was strongly critical of Uefa's decision to reschedule the game at such short notice, and Sahin's post-match interview put the team's emotions into real perspective. Dortmund's compact stadium, packed with raucous home fans dressed in the team's distinctive black and yellow colors, is usually an intimidating venue for visiting teams, but both sets of supporters were united in their disgust at the attack.
  • U.S., Russia meet amid differences

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    The White House has accused Moscow of trying to cover up Assad's use of chemical weapons after the attack on a rebel-held Syrian town last week killed 87 people last week. Lavrov is also subtly mocking Tillerson for the fact that top U.S. State Department positions are unfilled. The United States, Britain and France have pointed a finger at the Syrian government saying their experts have found that nerve agents were used in the April 4 attack.
  • Tillerson meets with Putin amid US-Russia disagreements on Syria

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    President Trump has talked a lot about possibly having a better relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin than his predecessor did, doing things like working together to defeat ISIS. "We have seen very alarming actions recently with an unlawful attack against Syria", Lavrov said, referring to the USA cruise missile attack Trump ordered.
  • State paper says China would protect a denuclearised North Korea

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    Following a talk between him and Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday, Trump said China "wants to do the right thing". The North has since said it is ready for "war" with the U.S., while speculation is mounting that it might conduct a nuclear or missile test to mark the 105th birthday anniversary of founder Kim Il-Sung on Saturday.