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15 migrants drown crossing from Turkey to Greece

15 migrants drown crossing from Turkey to Greece

Three people, two women and a man, managed to reach the coast and alert authorities. The number of new arrivals has decreased dramatically in recent months to a few dozen per day, according to Greek...

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Trump to oust national security advisor McMaster

Trump to oust national security advisor McMaster

Such is the concern among White House employees about job security that Chief of Staff John Kelly on Friday assured Trump aides that no immediate personnel changes were in the works, Sanders tol...

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Scandal-tainted Mauritius president Ameenah Gurib-Fakim resigns

Scandal-tainted Mauritius president Ameenah Gurib-Fakim resigns

The move came after Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth accused her of backpedalling on a promise to quit amid allegations of misconduct and threatening unspecified actions if she did not step down. Gur...

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Korea team in anticipation of talks

Korea team in anticipation of talks

The man who spearheaded USA diplomatic efforts on North Korea until his unexpected retirement earlier this month said the North Koreans were "surprised" that President Donald Trump agreed to meet...

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Putin Furious After Britain Says He Ordered Attack

Putin Furious After Britain Says He Ordered Attack

The Foreign Secretary was speaking during a visit to the Battle of Britain Bunker museum in his Uxbridge constituency with his Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz, who said: "We are sure that it is t...

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Pregnant women among dead as Turkish strike hits hospital in Syria's Afrin

Pregnant women among dead as Turkish strike hits hospital in Syria's Afrin

Describing the Kafr Batna attack Friday, Siraj Mahmoud, a spokesman for the White Helmets rescue group, said the victims had been stockpiling food for their families. The Turkish military produced a...

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Feinstein Tells CIA To Declassify Docs About Haspel's Torture Involvement

Feinstein Tells CIA To Declassify Docs About Haspel's Torture Involvement

These assertions appeared in a story published by ProPublica in February 2017, and on Thursday evening, the news site retracted the story, which it said was based on declassified agency cables an...

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Spy Poisoning: Russia Hits Back At UK, Expels 23 British Diplomats

Spy Poisoning: Russia Hits Back At UK, Expels 23 British Diplomats

The crisis has unraveled in the thick of Russia's presidential campaign, with Putin expected to win a fourth Kremlin term on Sunday. Putin himself has yet to make a public comment on the attack, a...

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North Korea's foreign minister visits Sweden amid Trump-Kim summit speculation

North Korea's foreign minister visits Sweden amid Trump-Kim summit speculation

Some media have reported that Ri, who was stationed at North Korea's embassy in Stockholm from 1985 to 1988, will stay in the Scandinavian country until Sunday, though Swedish officials would not co...

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Rohingya Repatriation: Bangladesh engaging with Myanmar in good faith

Rohingya Repatriation: Bangladesh engaging with Myanmar in good faith

Global media have described the atrocity committed by Myanmar security forces against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State as one the worst in the history of the republic, with many Rohingyas having fl...

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Nerve agent attack: Russia expels 23 UK diplomats

Nerve agent attack: Russia expels 23 UK diplomats

Russia's Foreign Ministry also said it is closing the British Consulate General in St. Petersburg and the British Council in Russian Federation, a cultural institute, due to what it called "groundle...

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NCAA Tournament: Texas A&M beats Providence

NCAA Tournament: Texas A&M beats Providence

They didn't let up after that and eventually sealed the game at the foul line . "People on the outside, they don't really know what we've been through and how we've handled it all, how much better we...

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More than 11000 people leave Syria's besieged eastern Ghouta

More than 11000 people leave Syria's besieged eastern Ghouta

Hevi Mustafa, a senior member of the civil authority that governs Afrin, said people fled the main town to other Kurdish-held parts of the region and to government territory. Two men hug before evacua...

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Nerve Agent Planted in Luggage of Russian Agent's Daughter

Nerve Agent Planted in Luggage of Russian Agent's Daughter

The statement said the government could take further measures if Britain takes any more "unfriendly" moves toward Russian Federation. Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Mr Kinnock qu...

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Russia To Expand 'Blacklist' Of Americans In Response To Sanctions

The Trump administration on Friday blamed the Russian government for a campaign of cyber attacks stretching back at least two years that targeted the USA power grid, marking the first time the...

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Russia Summons British Ambassador as It Readies to Expel Diplomats

Russia Summons British Ambassador as It Readies to Expel Diplomats

Petersburg would not reopen. British Ambassador Laurie Bristow was called to the Foreign Ministry Saturday morning to be informed of the moves. Russian Federation has announced the expulsion of 23...

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Pakistan's top security official visits Afghanistan today for crucial talks

Pakistan's top security official visits Afghanistan today for crucial talks

The blast came days after the top USA general in Afghanistan said protecting the capital was "our main effort". The interior ministry spokesperson Najib Danish told AFP, "Around 9:10 am this morning...

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Ten dead as Philippine plane crashes into house

Ten dead as Philippine plane crashes into house

Also killed were five members of a family living in a house, where the plane crashed. The plane, which was on its way to the northern city of Laoag, was carrying four passengers and the pilot, who w...

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Japan PM's office knew of possible problems with land-deal documents

Japan PM's office knew of possible problems with land-deal documents

Abe and Aso have both denied wrongdoing. The affair has sparked calls for Aso to quit and could dash Abe's chances of securing another three-year term from September, when the ruling party will hold...

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Egyptians overseas start voting in Egyptian presidential race

Egyptians overseas start voting in Egyptian presidential race

It is significant that the Egyptian Elections Committee is not allowing any foreign monitors to cover the electoral process. Regarding the prospects of the elections, the deputy foreign minister not...

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Shriya Saran is married

Shriya Saran is married

All this while, for those years or time she has been dating Andrei, she was tight-lipped about it. She has acted in several South Indian films. Yes, the powerful actress who essayed the role of Ajay ...

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Russia Vows To Expel British Diplomats In Retaliation

Russia Vows To Expel British Diplomats In Retaliation

He criticised the lack of transparency and said: "Nobody saw even the pictures of these people in a hospital, whether they are alive or maybe they are in good health". British investigators are work...

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Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats

Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats

Petersburg. The Russian Foreign Ministry declared on Saturday 23 employees of the UK Embassy in Moscow personae non gratae in response to the similar move made by London, the ministry said in a sta...

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Turkish troops siege Kurdish-held town in Syria

Turkish troops siege Kurdish-held town in Syria

One Turkish soldier was killed while another was injured in Syria's northwestern Afrin district as the Turkish-led " Operation Olive Branch " continues, the military said on March 12. Turkey launched ...

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Stormy Daniels was 'physically threatened' for spilling the beans on Trump: Lawyer

Stormy Daniels was 'physically threatened' for spilling the beans on Trump: Lawyer

Avenatti said he was confident that people would believe her after watching her interview. Both maneuvers, Avenatti said, clearly aim to keep the growing scandal out of the public eye. Trump and his...

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