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Iran denies supporting Polisario after Morocco severs ties

Iran denies supporting Polisario after Morocco severs ties

The same source says it supports all measures taken by Morocco defending its "security and stability". Relations between Morocco and Iran have been tense in recent years with diplomatic ties only re...

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Prince William and Kate Middleton's Daughter Celebrate's Her Birthday

Prince William and Kate Middleton's Daughter Celebrate's Her Birthday

Charlotte is the new big sister to Prince Louis Arthur Charles who was born on April 23 this year. According to Vanity Fair , the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge originally planned to make ...

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Conservative Party faces losses in Britain's local elections

Conservative Party faces losses in Britain's local elections

The Electoral Commission says: "Due to the potential breach of the law, intentionally or not, we strongly advise against any form of photography taken inside a polling station". If you're anxious abou...

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Russian fighter jet crashed in Syria, falls in Mediterranean

Russian fighter jet crashed in Syria, falls in Mediterranean

Preliminary reports claim a bird may have hit an engine during a take-off, according to RIA Novosti . Two pilots, who fought until the last minute to save the plane, died, according to reports from t...

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Red Sox complete best April with win over KC

Red Sox complete best April with win over KC

The Red Sox have won 40 of their last 58 following a win and they have won nine of their last 12 against AL Central opponents. Boston is putting up 5.68 runs per game this season while allowing 3.43...

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Justin Langer replaces Lehmann as the head coach of Australian cricket team

Justin Langer replaces Lehmann as the head coach of Australian cricket team

Langer's first assignment as head coach will be Australia's limited overs tour of England in June. "The plan has allowed us to consider several worthy candidates, but Justin was the clear stando...

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Jewish Festival Bonfire Explosion Injures Ten People In Stamford Hill

Jewish Festival Bonfire Explosion Injures Ten People In Stamford Hill

Others in the crowd were injured as people hurried to flee the scene. According to reports, the explosion occurred during the festive kindling of the fire. Bonfires are the biggest symbol of th...

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Saudi receives prisoner from Guantanamo Bay

Saudi receives prisoner from Guantanamo Bay

The remaining population at Guantanamo is now 40, but Trump has vowed to send more detainees to the prison, which is located on a U.S. naval base on the southeastern tip of Cuba. Naval Station Guanta...

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15 dead as high-intensity squall hits parts of Rajasthan

15 dead as high-intensity squall hits parts of Rajasthan

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje expressed grief over the calamity and said authorities concerned in the districts had been directed to ensure all possible help to victims. The power discoms l...

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Number of journalists killed in 2018 up by 57%: PEC

Number of journalists killed in 2018 up by 57%: PEC

The theme of the 2018 celebration is: " Keeping Power in Check: Media Justice and The Rule of Law ". The World Press Freedom Day was marked with a deep sense of grief in Afghanistan on Wednesday...

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Chinese FM Wang Yi arrives in DPRK

Chinese FM Wang Yi arrives in DPRK

Trump has said the U.S.is working hard to win the Americans' freedom. "As everybody is aware, the past Administration has always been asking for three hostages to be released from a North Korean Lab...

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Supreme Court agrees to reconsider `one state, one vote` binding on BCCI

Supreme Court agrees to reconsider `one state, one vote` binding on BCCI

Niranjan Shah, former BCCI secretary and chairman of the National Cricket Academy (NCA), has petitioned the Supreme Court that the Committee of Administrators (CoA ) should recognise his positi...

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Iran ordered to pay billions to relatives of 9/11 victims

Iran ordered to pay billions to relatives of 9/11 victims

U.S. federal judge ordered Iran to pay billions of dollars in damages to the families of victims of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks . They include $12.5 million per spouse, $8.5 million...

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Giuliani: Trump repaid lawyer Cohen $130000 for Stormy Daniels settlement

The Stormy Daniels accusation has been a thorn in Donald Trump's side for several months, with the adult film star saying publicly that she and Trump had an affair in 2016, shortly after Barron wa...

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Sessions sends back-up to stop border caravan

Sessions sends back-up to stop border caravan

Attorney's Offices to aggressively pursue prosecutions of criminal illegal entry". Sessions called the USA entry system for legal immigration is "generous". Braverman in a statement. Trump wants t...

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Texas teenager arrested for allegedly plotting mass shooting at mall authorities

Texas teenager arrested for allegedly plotting mass shooting at mall authorities

Under Texas state law, if convicted, Azizi-Yarand faces up to life in prison for criminal solicitation and up to 10 years in prison for making a terroristic threat. Azizi-Yarand supposedly authored a ...

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President Trump is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

President Trump is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

The move comes after a landmark meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae In in which they agreed to formally end the Korean War and work towards eliminatin...

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ETA militants declare end to armed fight for Basque homeland

ETA militants declare end to armed fight for Basque homeland

A municipal worker paints over graffiti reading "ETA, The People Are With You" in Guernica, Spain , on October 21, 2011, the day after Basque separatist group ETA announced a definitive cessation of ...

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USA checks reports three American detainees relocated in North Korea

USA checks reports three American detainees relocated in North Korea

As the two Koreas move closer to eachother and tension eases, the value of the U.S. -ROK alliance will begin to decrease. Columns of South Korean troops can be seen marching through the countryside....

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Ahead of China trip, Lighthizer makes no predictions

Ahead of China trip, Lighthizer makes no predictions

Separate action against imports of aluminium and steel, following a Section 232 investigation, has targeted China more than other countries because of deals or temporary exemptions Trump has granted t...

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Police Collect 235 Pounds Of Meds In Take Back Initiative

Police Collect 235 Pounds Of Meds In Take Back Initiative

The Dubuque Drug Task Force collected more than 700 pounds of medications during a drug takeback event Saturday in Dubuque. Snellings said this was the highest amount ever collected by the department....

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'Disgraceful' leak of Mueller Russia probe questions

'Disgraceful' leak of Mueller Russia probe questions

The Post said Mueller had raised the possibility of a subpoena after Trump's lawyers said the president had no obligation to talk with federal investigators involved in the probe. "I think he'd be ...

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Journalist who threw shoes at Bush is running for office in Iraq

Journalist who threw shoes at Bush is running for office in Iraq

A decade later, Al-Zaidi is making headlines again. Fast-forward to 2018 and Al-Zaidi is now a candidate in the upcoming Iraqi parliamentary elections on May 12. Bush accountable". Under the pretext...

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Democrats Outpacing Republicans In Casting Early Ballots

Democrats Outpacing Republicans In Casting Early Ballots

He explained that the Act provides that a voter is prohibited to enter the polling station if they wear any clothes or carry equipment that displays names of candidates, political party symbols or log...

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What Is Donald Trump's Trade Policy? Nobody Knows

What Is Donald Trump's Trade Policy? Nobody Knows

The administration also reached initial agreements with Argentina, Australia and Brazil, allowing them to avoid the tariffs. President Donald Trump's administration said in March it would impose...

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