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The goal they were threatening arrived two minutes later as Ronaldo stabbed Marco Asensio's cross through the legs of Neuer from close range. Bayern come into tonight's match having crushed the souls of Arsenal in the round of 16, by a grand total of 10-2 over the two legs.
  • BC NDP promises to freeze BC Hydro rates

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    Liberal leader Christy Clark is outlining her vision for the future of the province. The NDP plan could cost more than $200 million a year, compared to $30 million for the Liberal cap. We urge voters to defeat the Liberals in this election, but the struggle for real change will continue after May 9th. The B.C. Liberals are backed by federal Conservatives both in B.C.
  • US to boost military defence against North Korea: Trump tells Abe

    US to boost military defence against North Korea: Trump tells Abe

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    North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the waters off its east coast on Wednesday, U.S. and South Korean officials said, amid worries that the North might soon conduct banned nuclear or long-range rocket tests. Last night, a senior-level White House official said that Trump and Xi discussed how to deal with North Korea . "It is imperative that we muster the will of the global community to deter North Korea's single-minded pursuit of weapons of mass destruction", he said.
  • Palm Beach County debating special tax for Trump's Mar-a-Lago visits

    Palm Beach County debating special tax for Trump's Mar-a-Lago visits

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    Barack Obama, whom Mr Trump regularly rebuked for his golfing habits, waited months before playing golf during his tenure. It was Trump's sixth visit to what he has called his "Winter White House". The cost of Trump's visits divides local residents, with the schism often falling along political lines. Trump is expected to be back in Palm Beach for the Easter holiday weekend.
  • Trump rules out Syria troops ahead of Russian Federation talks

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    During his campaign, US President Donald Trump said he was open to cooperating with Russian Federation on Syria and that removing Assad was not priority. Officials say there is no evidence to underpin the allegation. And US Defence Secretary James Mattis said Washington has "no doubt" that Assad was behind the massacre.
  • USA warns N Korea after missile launch, says all options on table

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    In February the North simultaneously fired four ballistic missiles off its east coast, three of which fell close to Japan. The constant testing has deepened concern especially in nearby Japan and neighboring South Korea - and also in Washington over fears that Pyongyang could soon develop a nuclear-armed missile capable of reaching the USA mainland.
  • 13-year-old accidentally shoots himself dead on live Instagram

    13-year-old accidentally shoots himself dead on live Instagram

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    Detectives are investigating to determine how he got the gun. A few minutes later, Stevens knew something was off. "I heard a big boom", his mother Shaniqua Stephens said. Pictured, Forest Park , Georgia teen, Malachi Hemphill . I guess these were the kids that were watching on live that live in the area. She had just watched her son take out the trash but after hearing the loud noise, she says she knew that something was wrong.
  • Monaco beat Dortmund 3-2 day after bus attack

    Monaco beat Dortmund 3-2 day after bus attack

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    The Champions League quarter-final between the two sides was held up for 24 hours as a precaution after three explosions hit the Dortmund team bus, injuring defender Marc Bartra. Dortmund's Matthias Ginter , Julian Weigl , Raphael Guerreiro , Shinji Kagawa and Roman Weidenfeller, from left, react after losing 2-3 during the Champions League quarterfinal first leg soccer match between Borussia Dortmund a.
  • North Korea ready for nuclear attack

    North Korea ready for nuclear attack

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    North Korea is also reported to be preparing to test a nuclear weapon in the coming days. China's Global Times newspaper, which is often nationalistic in tone, said a new nuclear test would be a "slap in the face of the United States government" and that Beijing would not "remain indifferent" to further provocations.
  • FBI Was Investigating Trump Advisers; Now There's a Name

    FBI Was Investigating Trump Advisers; Now There's a Name

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    US prosecutors have been looking into Manafort's work since at least the 2014 ouster of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who fled to Russian Federation. Again, Page has denied any malfeasance, adding that what this development does confirm is that he was under politically motivated surveillance. Last summer, a secret order was granted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to monitor the communications of Carter Page .
  • Defeating IS still U.S. priority in Syria: Pentagon chief

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    His comments came moments before President Donald Trump said relations with Russian Federation had reached a "all-time low". "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this kind of relationship", Tillerson said . At their bilateral press conference, Tillerson left open the possibility that the US might move to charge Assad with war crimes, although he said sufficient evidence to formally level such an accusation had not yet been amassed.