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The army estimated that around 2,000 civilians were still trapped in the capital of Lanao del Sur, in Muslim Mindanao. Government soldiers patrol a deserted street in Marawi City, southern Philippines May 27, 2017. Maute terrorists are recruiting children as young as 4 and teaching them to fight, Al Jazeera news reported May 31, citing among the terrorists an additional jihad group known as Abu Sayyaf.
  • Paris or no Paris, India committed to climate protection: Modi

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    Modi said India is investing massivly in renewable energy and it has set an ambitious target of adding 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022. Modi's reply on hacking was the only moment that approached light-heartedness in his otherwise intense pitch for investment that was matched by terse replies by Putin on a range of prickly subjects such as Syria, his relationship with Trump , his support for Syrian leader Bashar Assad, U.S.
  • British PM, rival face angry voters as election nears

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    On April 18th, when Theresa May , Britain's prime minister, announced a snap election to be held on June 8th, pollsters must have considered themselves blessed. It has also promised to consult Parliament more closely throughout the negotiations. However, the party have also committed to creating a 250-billion- pound fund for investment in infrastructure which will be spent over a 10-year period, indicating it will be funded by borrowing.
  • Macron on course for majority, say French polls

    Macron on course for majority, say French polls

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    Speaking at a news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, Macron accused the two outlets, Russia Today and Sputnik , of spreading fake news. The French president admitted, however, that he has "some disagreements" with his Russian counterpart, but said that the two leaders discussed them openly in a "frank exchange of views".
  • Man flashing money on Facebook Live arrested on drug charges

    Man flashing money on Facebook Live arrested on drug charges

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    Facebook Live captured the moment Jacksonville, Florida, officers raided a man's home, dramatically changing the tone of his celebratory video. Nothing is seen until officers enter the room during their search. Police then enter the house and march through the room wearing heavy gear and holding flashlights. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said the raid was planned, and the video did not lead to the raid.
  • Real Madrid have 'date with history,' can not rely on past - Sergio Ramos

    Real Madrid have 'date with history,' can not rely on past - Sergio Ramos

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    RTÉ TWO are showing the game live on TV. It's all or nothing for Massimiliano Allegri and Juventus in the Champions League final on Saturday. The Bianconeri last won the European Cup 21 years ago. "I know that in July you will come to play around these parts and I'll visit". In the wake of the suicide bomb attack on Manchester, assistant chief constable Richard Lewis said the force had been planning for the event since it was announced and those plans would not be changed because ...
  • Ex-Penn State administrators get jail time

    Ex-Penn State administrators get jail time

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    Schultz and Curley are facing a maximum 23-month sentence, while Spanier could spend up to one year in jail. Boccabella also criticized legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno , whose 45-year career ended ignominiously with his firing days after Sandusky's 2011 indictment.
  • US hackers could have framed Russia in election hack: Putin tells NBC

    US hackers could have framed Russia in election hack: Putin tells NBC

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    They can even be hackers, by the way, in the United States , who very skilfully and professionally, shifted the blame, as we say, on to Russian Federation. Commenting on Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord, Putin refrained from criticizing the move and called for a constructive dialogue on efforts needed to curb global warming.
  • Spicer Referring Questions about Russia Investigation to Trump's Lawyer

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    Gergen, who served under four Presidents, described the complexity of working inside a White House that's being investigated. "Why is this the first priority, or one of the first priorities that Mr. In response, Spicer told reporters that any questions not relating to President Donald Trump's agenda should be taken to Trump's outside attorney, Marc Kasowitz.