• Palestinian Ahed Tamimi Accepts Prison Term Plea Deal
Palestinian Ahed Tamimi Accepts Prison Term Plea Deal

Muhammad was also arrested by Israeli soldiers on 26 January along with several other members of the Tamimi family, majority children. The Tamimi family turned to the media on February 27 to dispute the army's claim that their 15-year-old son Muhammad had been injured in a bicycle accident and had not been shot in the head by an IDF rubber bu...

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  • Some 150 short finned pilot whales stranded on Australian beach have died
Some 150 short finned pilot whales stranded on Australian beach have died

Just seven whales remained alive less than 12 hours after the mammals were spotted at Hamelin Bay on the state's southwest coast on Friday morning by a commercial fisherman. Volunteers said that some of the whales, once back in the water, turned around and became beached again. The largest mass stranding in Australia's west was at Dunsborough in ...

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  • Karen McDougal Finally Opens Up About Affair with Donald Trump
Karen McDougal Finally Opens Up About Affair with Donald Trump

Trump only mentioned Melania once, and "obviously, there's a reason I don't bring her up, because I felt guilty about it", McDougal said . "What can you say except I'm sorry, I'm sorry". McDougal added that she did not think it was odd for Trump to brag about his daughter. Trump also appeared unconcerned about other people knowing abou...

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  • China Sends Aircraft Carrier Through Taiwan Strait
China Sends Aircraft Carrier Through Taiwan Strait

Ms. Anderson expects the effects to be felt more keenly in the USA, with consumer and producer prices rising, than in China, which depends less on the US market than in previous years. cooperation". In a possible sign of what is to come, Best Buy Co Inc, the largest US consumer electronics retailer, has made a decision to stop buying smartphones ...

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  • Trump Mulls Vetoing $1.3T Bill Over Wall, DACA
Trump Mulls Vetoing $1.3T Bill Over Wall, DACA

Both of Montana's U.S. Senators confirmed today that the spending bill expected to be voted on this week fundamentally changes how America pays to fight wildfires . The bill also provides $1.6 billion to build new fencing and levees along the Mexican border but does not fund the president's concrete border wall.

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  • Europeans promise more steps against Russian Federation over United Kingdom spy…
Europeans promise more steps against Russian Federation over United Kingdom spy…

Britain expelled 23 Russian diplomats they said were spies, and has been pressing European Union allies to follow suit despite Moscow's warning against confrontational steps . He told the BBC he had reconnected with Mr Skripal through his daughter Yulia after the conviction and in 2012 spoke to his old friend on the telephone for half an hour.

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  • Trump hires another fire-breathing zealot: John Bolton
Trump hires another fire-breathing zealot: John Bolton

Decades of a conciliatory approach by the United States toward China could be finally coming to an end, as President Donald Trump has tapped John Bolton to be the next national security adviser. "It is perfectly legitimate for the United States to respond to the current "necessity" posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons by striking first", he ...

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  • Turkey's foreign minister heads to Washington as military advances in Syria
Turkey's foreign minister heads to Washington as military advances in Syria

The capture of the key city was a major win for Ankara and consolidates its control along its border in northern Syria , where it already supported a wide variety of armed groups. Festivities were held Wednesday in Istanbul, in the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir and in several other towns and cities across Turkey, under tight security.

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  • Bryant appoints Hyde-Smith to Senate seat
Bryant appoints Hyde-Smith to Senate seat

When she is sworn in, the number of women in the upper chamber of Congress will grow to 23, a new high. Republican Gov. Phil Bryant chose her to succeed GOP Sen. When asked about the phone call between Bryant and White House officials, the governor's spokesperson Clay Chandler told Politico that Bryant won't respond to "leaks from unnamed s...

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  • Merkel says 2015 migrant influx in Germany won't be repeated
Merkel says 2015 migrant influx in Germany won't be repeated

It is now the biggest opposition party. Mr Modi lauded the strong leadership provided by Chancellor Merkel to Germany, and the pivotal role played by Germany in European affairs during her leadership tenure, a release from the Prime Minister's office said.

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  • Pop stars to play first North Korean concert in a decade
Pop stars to play first North Korean concert in a decade

Previous South Korean performances in the North included an opera, a joint symphony concert, and folk music. Seoul said the North had invited the art troupe "in order to keep the momentum for peace and reconciliation", which was galvanised by the Winter Olympics and built on when South Korean special envoys met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un e...

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  • More Trouble For
More Trouble For "Petro" As President Trump Bans The Venezuelan Cryptocurrency

Not only did the US Senate took strong objection to it when petro went for a pre-sale, but a section of Venezuela's own lawmakers have been publicly denouncing it as "illegal." Maduro said this was a sign that Trump was "scared" of the petro's supposed power, and proof that the South American nation was "on the right track".

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  • Israel officially confirms 2007 strike destroying Syrian nuclear reactor
Israel officially confirms 2007 strike destroying Syrian nuclear reactor

Netanyahu said Wednesday that Israel was determined to prevent its enemies from obtaining nuclear weapons. The Israel Air Force struck the reactor early September 6, 2007, with four F-16 fighter-bombers, the Israel Defense Forces revealed .

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  • Martin Hardware Unpacks Winter Supplies for Spring Snow Storm
Martin Hardware Unpacks Winter Supplies for Spring Snow Storm

Rising temperatures today helped shift the remains of any snow left over from the weekend. Snow is usually accompanied with heavy winds, so it is important to anticipate and plan on staying indoors when possible. Beyond that, the forecast calls for a fair bit of rainy days. For the first time in quite some time, we are expecting above normal te...

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  • Lalu Prasad in hospital after health complaints
Lalu Prasad in hospital after health complaints

RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav , who is unwell and is in the hospital for the last three days, is unlikely to attend the hearing. "The judge is attending a two-day training programme of Jharkhand Judicial Academy for judicial officials and public prosecutors at Dhurwa starting today (Saturday)".

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  • Polygraph test says Stormy Daniels
Polygraph test says Stormy Daniels "truthful" about sexual affair with Trump

The test, requested by "Life and Style" Magazine, showed that Clifford responded "yes" to two separate questions about her sexual encounters with Mr. "Every interaction with Ms. Clifford was always through her previous attorney", he said. Among the litany of other claims Avenatti asserted regarding the case, he extremely strongly hinted that ...

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  • Judge: President Trump can't avoid suit from 'Apprentice' contestant
Judge: President Trump can't avoid suit from 'Apprentice' contestant

Trump's separate argument that his comments represented "pure political speech" and couldn't rise to defamatory statements is also rejected. "Nothing in the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution even suggests that the President can not be called to account before a state court for wrongful conduct that bears no relationship to any ...

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  • Former Playboy Model Sues Company That Didn't Publish Affair With Donald Trump
Former Playboy Model Sues Company That Didn't Publish Affair With Donald Trump

McDougal is asking the court to declare the agreement null and void, saying that she was tricked into signing it; that it was meant to illegally influence the 2016 election; and that it violates public policy against using threats of legal action to get someone to stay silent on issues of public concern.

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  • Putin pledges to reduce Russian Federation military spending this year
Putin pledges to reduce Russian Federation military spending this year

The higher score in the present election has given major boost to the leader. "Any sensible person understands that it's a complete fantasy, rubbish, nonsense, that someone in Russian Federation might do something like this on the eve of the presidential elections and the World Cup".

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  • DUP unconcerned at renewed United Kingdom pledge to 'backstop'
DUP unconcerned at renewed United Kingdom pledge to 'backstop'

He added that the United Kingdom had agreed that in relation to Northern Ireland the withdrawal agreement would retain a default solution to avoiding a hard border, under which Ireland would remain in regulatory alignment, The Guardian reported.

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  • Navratilova: BBC pays McEnroe ten times more than me
Navratilova: BBC pays McEnroe ten times more than me

The BBC gender pay issue came into the lime light previous year when BBC published the aforementioned list of the organization's top earning on air stars. Carrie Grace reigned from her position as the China editor in protest of being paid less than her male counterparts. Last week it came to light that award-winning The Crown star Claire Foy...

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  • Uber stops tests of self-driving cars after pedestrian is killed
Uber stops tests of self-driving cars after pedestrian is killed

No passengers were inside. Uber moved its fleet of self-driving cars to Arizona in late 2016 because the company argued it should not have to comply with California regulations over self-driving vehicles. U.S. states set their own rules for roads, and a handful have passed laws allowing self-driving vehicles. Companies like Waymo , Gene...

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  • Jim Carrey Facing Backlash After Tweeting Portrait of 'Monstrous' Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Jim Carrey Facing Backlash After Tweeting Portrait of 'Monstrous' Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Canadian-born Carrey, who received dual United States citizenship in 2004, took to Twitter at the weekend to share what appeared to be an unflattering portrait of White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders . Others were critical of his use of Christian. The star of such films as " Ace Ventura: Pet Detective ", "Bruce Almighty", and ...

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  • President Trump Signs Off on New Sanctions Against Venezuela Over Currency
President Trump Signs Off on New Sanctions Against Venezuela Over Currency

This brought about devastating hyperinflation that has destroyed the purchasing power of Venezuelans, particularly the poorest of the poor. The Venezuelan government has been under pressure to stabilize the country as record money outflows and falling revenues from oil sales have hampered the economy in recent years.

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  • Erdogan heralds defeat of 'terrorists' as Kurd forces flee Afrin
Erdogan heralds defeat of 'terrorists' as Kurd forces flee Afrin

The Kurdish YPG militia, which controlled Afrin, had withdrawn from the area just hours before amid fierce air and artillery strikes. Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the town's capture and said: "Many of the terrorists had turned tail and run away already".

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