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When authorities arrested an unidentified 39-year-old man from the central Asian nation of Uzbekistan on Friday, he was known to Swedish intelligence services. A court official said on Sunday that a second person had been arrested and had been assigned a lawyer. All four victims of the attack have been identified.
  • U.S. and Russian Federation agree on Syria probe

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    He says both countries have agreed that their lines of communications must stay open. And they've been suggesting that this use of chemical weapons is more of a provocation to justify further USA strikes. "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this sort of relationship". The U.S. also accused Russian Federation of mounting a disinformation campaign aimed at exonerating Assad from blame for the attack.
  • Jadhav will not be executed immediately: Pakistan minister

    Jadhav will not be executed immediately: Pakistan minister

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    India warns of strained ties if Kulbhushan Jadhav is executed, says Pak trying to deflect attention on its role in supporting terrorism. Jadhav, who was arrested in March past year by Pakistan and accused by the country of spying, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on Monday triggering tension between India and Pakistan.
  • Japan PM: NKorea may be capable of sarin-loaded missiles

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    The North Korean US-based monitoring service 38 North has said the country's nuclear site is "primed and ready" for a sixth nuclear test. His warning came amid looming concern about another missile or nuclear test by the communist country, reported Nikkei Asian Review.
  • Dao goes to court; wants United to save video, records from plane

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    United has now offered Dao a honest apology-Munoz said Wednesday morning that he felt "shame" over the incident-and one suspects they will soon be offering him a lot of money too. "I share all of those sentiments", Munoz said in a statement Tuesday. Nearly 24 hours later, after global condemnation of the airline's behavior had time to sink in, Munoz struck a far more contrite tone.
  • Donald Trump's National Security Advisor to visit Afghanistan

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    Stoltenberg welcomed the "very strong commitment of the United States to the security of Europe", but also noted that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission in Afghanistan "is a major contribution to the fight against worldwide terrorism" and said all North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies are part of the global coalition to counter Islamic State.
  • Truck attack suspect admits to terror crime

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    Some reports suggested the suspect was a father of four who had previously posted jihadist propaganda on his Facebook page and had images of people injured in the explosion at the Boston Marathon in April 2013. On Saturday, the police chief, Dan Eliasson, said: "We have found something in the truck in the driver's compartment, a technical device that should not be there".
  • Russian Federation relations may be at their worst, says Donald Trump

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    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson struck a similar tone in his two-hour meeting with Putin on Wednesday in Moscow , stating that the two nations had reached a "low point" in their relations. "Right now we're not getting along with Russian Federation at all", Trump said at a White House press conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
  • Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic elected president

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    Some 6.7 million people were eligible to vote in Serbia, RIA reported, adding that those voters include people living overseas and in Kosovo and Metohija, with OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) representatives having monitored the election process in the region.
  • Vimy Ridge: Royals to commemorate defining WW1 battle

    Vimy Ridge: Royals to commemorate defining WW1 battle

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    The battle claimed the lives of more than 3,500 Canadian soldiers and wounded 7,000 others - among them, about 400 from Saskatchewan - as they fought German forces in the Nord-Pas-De-Calais region of France between April 9 and 12, 1917. At one point, more than half of all Canadian physicians served overseas to help support the war effort. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau , left, takes a selfie with military personnel following the Poppy of Peace Ceremony in Arras, France on Sunday, ...
  • Chemical weapons experts in Turkey to investigate alleged Syrian sarin attack

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    The president's statement reflected that he was drifting away from his campaign promises of establishing better ties with Russian Federation. Only weeks ago, it appeared that Donald Trump, who lavishly praised Russian President Vladimir Putin throughout the election campaign, was poised for a potentially historic rapprochement with Russia.