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Mohammed bin Salman met Queen Elizabeth for lunch

Mohammed bin Salman met Queen Elizabeth for lunch

They contend Saudi Arabia still has a poor human rights record both domestically - the kingdom carried out over 100 executions in 2017 alone - and internationally. He stayed for lunch before moving on...

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Anthony Davis Does Not Return After Suffering Ankle Injury vs. Kings

Anthony Davis Does Not Return After Suffering Ankle Injury vs. Kings

Davis , a five-time All-Star, went down after battling Kings center Kosta Koufos for a rebound. Davis grabbed his side before going to the locker room for an X-ray, which was negative . Davis ev...

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NY passes common sense gun legislation

NY passes common sense gun legislation

Another Senate GOP measure would create a "Guardians for Schools" license plate to raise money to help pay for school resource officers. The bills by Senate Republicans, introduced on Monday, woul...

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Frances McDormand's Oscar Thief Arrested

Frances McDormand's Oscar Thief Arrested

One photographer didn't recognize him as an Oscar victor and followed and confronted him. A since-removed video selfie on Bryant's Facebook appeared to show him dressed in a tuxedo having praise ...

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Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case: Hadiya Wins Freedom, Supreme Court Validates Her Marriage

Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case: Hadiya Wins Freedom, Supreme Court Validates Her Marriage

On the International Women Day Akhila Ashokan aka Hadiya got major reprieve from Supreme Court as her marriage is restored by the apex court today. When she testified in November 2017, Hadiya said...

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United Kingdom far-right leader retweeted by Trump convicted for hate crime

United Kingdom far-right leader retweeted by Trump convicted for hate crime

Jayda Fransen was convicted of three counts of religiously-aggravated harassment and acquitted of one additional count. The verdicts were handed down at Folkestone Magistrates' Court. On a video pla...

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OPEC and US shale break bread in uneasy truce at Houston dinner

Mohammed Barkindo , OPEC Secretary-General suggested Monday that the oil group may continue its alliance with Russian Federation and other non-OPEC producers, but stopped short of saying their product...

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Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Subpoena in Russia Probe

Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Subpoena in Russia Probe

His demeanor was so manic at times , that some interviewers questioned whether he was under the influence. He defiantly declared that he would not be complying with Mueller's subpoena requesting ...

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Italy's Five Star leader celebrates poll triumph in hometown

Italy's Five Star leader celebrates poll triumph in hometown

The road ahead remains uncertain and the spectre of a hung parliament now looms over Italy . The centre-right coalition , which includes the scandal-ridden former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi...

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Syrian troops split rebel-held Eastern Ghouta in two

Syrian troops split rebel-held Eastern Ghouta in two

Moscow was responding to a US allegation on Sunday that Russian aircraft had flown bombing missions over the besieged eastern Ghouta region in defiance of a United Nations ceasefire. Government forc...

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Ronaldo hails 'major' Madrid victory in Paris

Ronaldo hails 'major' Madrid victory in Paris

Madrid march on, still in contention to win the Champions League for the third season running. When I came here I said I was sure this team can win the Champions League . "In the first half we domi...

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House bill would relax university meal plan mandate

House bill would relax university meal plan mandate

But tensions are a little higher this year as lawmakers struggle to find "the Virginia Way". He said the Senate would recede on its position calling for a 4 percent pay raise, and accept the 5 per...

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Campaign Pays Off School Lunch Debt in Philando Castile's Honor

Campaign Pays Off School Lunch Debt in Philando Castile's Honor

The Philando Feeds The Children Fund - named after Philando Castile , the US cafeteria worker killed in July 2016 by police in Minnesota - has raised enough money to pay off the city of St. "They...

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Bones found on remote island may belong to Amelia Earhart, study says

Bones found on remote island may belong to Amelia Earhart, study says

As well as the bones, the 1940 search party found a woman's shoe, a navigational instrument called a sextant and a bottle of Benadictine, which Ms Earhart was known to carry. Jantz blames Hoodless' ...

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Orangutan Smokes Cigarette; Bandung Zoo Tracks Down Perpetrator

Orangutan Smokes Cigarette; Bandung Zoo Tracks Down Perpetrator

An Indonesian zoo infamous for mistreatment of animals is being slammed again by activists after a video emerged of one of its orangutans smoking. He also claimed that police were notified of the ...

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Manhunt in Vienna after knife attack leaves several people injured

Manhunt in Vienna after knife attack leaves several people injured

The stabbings occurred in the Leopoldstadt district near Vienna's famous Prater Park. It also houses much of Vienna's small Jewish community. Eight emergency service vehicles were present at the sce...

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Adviser to United Arab Emirates cooperating with Mueller

Adviser to United Arab Emirates cooperating with Mueller

BuzzFeed News documented Nunberg's early involvement with Trump's political aspirations, in a 2014 article. After receiving a subpoena from Russian Federation special counsel Robert Mueller ...

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MS governor won't name himself to replace Cochran

MS governor won't name himself to replace Cochran

He has a drawn a primary challenger, state Sen. Senate Republicans suffered a stunning setback in December when neighboring Alabama elected a Democratic senator, in a special election, for the first t...

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Trump Administration Quietly Decides - Again - To Allow Elephant Trophy Imports

Trump Administration Quietly Decides - Again - To Allow Elephant Trophy Imports

The National Resources Defense Council, which sued the administration over the issue in November , argued that President Donald Trump "has broken his promise to maintain the ban on elephant trophy ...

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Cape Town water supply unlikely to hit 'Zero Day' this year

Cape Town water supply unlikely to hit 'Zero Day' this year

Officials in the popular tourist destination initially projected " Day Zero " to fall in April, and later delayed it to July 9. It would have become the first major city in the world to run out of wa...

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Holocaust Museum revokes award given to Myanmar leader over Rohingya ethnic cleansing

Holocaust Museum revokes award given to Myanmar leader over Rohingya ethnic cleansing

United Nations rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said Wednesday that a similar body was needed for Myanmar, where senior United Nations officials have said the military is continuing to wage a camp...

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Man run over by his own auto while fleeing police

Man run over by his own auto while fleeing police

He was stopped after a brief foot chase , police said . - Police officers in Fairfax, Va., tried to stop a vehicle Sunday only to have the driver attempt to flee. Police say they pulled Bonsu over...

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Multiple flights into, out of Burlington International canceled

Multiple flights into, out of Burlington International canceled

March 08 (ANI): A second Nor'easter storm in less than a week hit NY on Wednesday, causing hundreds of flights to be cancelled during the day. Change fees are also being waived by Amtrak due to the ...

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South Korea war games may overlap with April's Kim-Moon summit

South Korea war games may overlap with April's Kim-Moon summit

The North defends its weapons programmes as necessary to counter U.S. aggression. The deal fell apart in 2002 when a senior USA official said North Korean officials admitted to having a secret nuc...

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Kushner travelling to Mexico amid tensions

Kushner travelling to Mexico amid tensions

As ABC News reported last week, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner has been stripped of his temporary, high-level security clearance and given a lower level clearance unde...

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