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He received an unusually frosty reception in the capital following a disagreement over responsibility for the suspected chemical attack in Syria last week. The United States responded to the gas attack by firing 59 cruise missiles at a Syrian regime air base. The prime minister said the foreign secretary did "an excellent job in bringing together the G7".
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    Search and rescue teams also combed the rubble for signs of life. I am at God's mercy. "To see how some people screamed, and others cried, ran, tried to flee in cars, on motorcycles, and how they were trapped in the mud. The government has sent more than a thousand soldiers and police to assist in the rescue operation. Families and rescuers are continuing to search through the debris.There is no drinking water or electricity in the area.
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    Instead, Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who had met earlier on Wednesday, joined Putin for more than two hours. Lavrov emphasized that this issue was raised during his discussions with the US Secretary of State on Wednesday when Rex Tillerson was visiting Moscow .
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    Moscow's support for Mr Assad is seen as a major sticking point for Russia-US relations - the US favours Mr Assad leaving power. Putin's meeting with Tillerson at the Kremlin lasted for more than two hours, Lavrov said. Action taken should be within the UN framework and in accordance with the UN Charter and basic norms of global relations, Wang said. He even pointed out that all the vacancies in the U.S.
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    One key to reading of the Scriptures is to read it as a man on a mission. The battle for the Bible will never be over until Jesus returns. 2 Corinthians 9:8 " And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work".
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    South Korean officials said on Thursday there were no new signs to indicate a North Korean nuclear test was more likely, although they also said the North has maintained a state of readiness to conduct such a test at any time. Previously, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) threatened to reduce the United States "to ashes" if a preemptive strike is conducted.
  • Kansas Outcome Eyed by GOP as Georgia Contest Nears

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    President Donald Trump made a Twitter appeal for Kansas Republican Ron Estes on Tuesday. Nor was Rep. -elect Ron Estes , the state treasurer, a particularly flawed GOP candidate. The Estes campaign pulled in Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), and robocalls recorded by both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence . Those GOP calls prompted Charlene Health, a 52-year-old homemaker and Republican in Belle Plaine, to cast a ballot for Estes.
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    The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, said that Russia's veto had put it "on the wrong side of the argument". Prior to Tillerson's arrival, hopes in Moscow had already dimmed that Trump would make good on his pledge to improve ties with Russian Federation, as relations with the Kremlin have become politically toxic on the back of claims that Putin conspired to get Trump elected.
  • May says highly likely Syrian government behind poison gas attack

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    The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has begun an investigation into the alleged attack, but Russian Federation on Wednesday blocked a UN Security Council resolution demanding Syria cooperate with the probe. Russian Federation is set to block a push by Western powers at the United Nations later on Wednesday to bolster support for worldwide inquiries into the April 4 toxic gas attack in Syria.