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Police have been working round-the-clock since Salman Abedi killed 22 people, seven of them children, and injured more than 100 in the worst terrorist atrocity since the July 7 bombings in 2005. Counter-terrorism squads are trying to re-create Salman Abedi's movements in the days before he detonated a bomb at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , killing 22 people.
  • Court fines man over $4K for liking 'defamatory' Facebook posts

    Court fines man over $4K for liking 'defamatory' Facebook posts

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    Kessler has sued a number of people who participated in those discussions, which began in 2015 during a debate over which animal-rights groups should be allowed to participate in a vegan street festival, according to a Swiss newspaper. Media lawyer Martin Steiger told newspaper Tages Anzeiger that we shouldn't be too anxious about this judgement giving other judges and plaintiffs ideas about Facebook likes.
  • Jared Kushner Didn't Suggest Russian Communications Channel in Meeting, Source Says

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    White House spokeswoman Hope Hicks told the " Times " that "Mr. Kushner was acting in his capacity as a transition official" and that Kushner was willing to be interviewed by congressional investigators. Kushner may have discussed a secret communication channel between Russian Federation and the transition team. Monday Mr. Trump's first campaign manager Corey Lewandowsky and deputy campaign manager Dave Bossie were at the white house for meetings.
  • Thousands turn out for Arlington Heights Memorial Day Parade

    Thousands turn out for Arlington Heights Memorial Day Parade

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    With an all-voluntary military, shared sacrifice is largely a thing of the past - even as USA troops remain in Afghanistan and Iraq almost 16 years after 9/11. "There are a lot of things working against this particular holiday", said Brian Duffy, commander in chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. In 1971, it became a Monday holiday enably people to enjoy a three day weekend.
  • US shoots down mock warhead over Pacific

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    Pyongyang is understood to be moving closer to the capability of putting a nuclear warhead on such an ICBM and could develop decoys sophisticated enough to trick an interceptor into missing the real warhead. As a result, South Korea conducted a joint drill with a USA supersonic B-1B Lancer bomber, prompting the North's dictator to claim the allied countries were practicing dropping nuclear bombs.
  • Putin: Russian meddling "fiction" invented by Democrats

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    Macron said Monday that the use of chemical weapons in Syria constituted a "red line" for France and "would result in reprisals and an immediate response, at least where France is concerned". Yesterday's Versailles meeting added momentum to the argument that Donald Trump's election and effect on the geopolitical landscape means that a de facto rapprochement between Europe and Russian Federation is on the cards.
  • State of Origin betting tips: Ian Millward previews series & game 1

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    Queensland also have a potential star in Anthony Milford, an exciting number six who replaces Thurston. "A lot of their players are getting to the back end of their careers". "They will be as well prepared as ever, they'll be as tough as ever and our guys need to understand that because this is the time that they like".
  • United Nations chief says 'absolutely essential' that Paris climate deal implemented

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    European reaction - especially in the key capitals of Berlin and Paris - to the Trump visit is very different from the White House's characterization; and "success" isn't a word being used. " We've obviously got a discussion going on about our policy in this regard ", Mattis said. Trump indeed urged Muslim leaders to "honestly (confront) the crisis of Islamic extremism and the Islamists and Islamic terror of all kinds" and redouble their counterterrorism efforts, calling on them to carry ...
  • North Korea successfully test-fires precision-guided ballistic missile

    North Korea successfully test-fires precision-guided ballistic missile

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    The planned target is a custom-made missile meant to simulate an ICBM, meaning it will fly faster than missiles used in previous intercept tests, according to Christopher Johnson, the Missile Defense Agency's spokesman. "The system that we test today is a developmental system that's being flown for the first time and we look forward to understanding the results so we continue to mature the system and stay ahead of the threat".