• Mexican government stops caravan of migrants after critical Trump tweets
Mexican government stops caravan of migrants after critical Trump tweets

Under Mexican law, Central Americans who enter Mexico legally are generally allowed to move freely through the country, even if their goal is to cross illegally into the U.S. Well, according to past reports from the Los Angeles Times and the University of Arizona's Arizona Sonora News Service , Grupos Beta is not an immigration law enforcement...

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  • Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen - coalition
Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen - coalition

In opening remarks, Guterres decried catastrophic situation in Yemen, pointing out that a child aged under 5 dies every 10 minutes from preventable causes. The Emiratis contracted Wikistrat, an Israeli company founded in 2010, in the lead up to the Saudi-led coalition intervention after Houthi rebels overran the capital and other major cities acr...

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  • Russian spy: Source of nerve agent 'not identified'
Russian spy: Source of nerve agent 'not identified'

He added: "It is our job to provide the scientific evidence of what this particular nerve agent is". Moscow has denied any involvement in the incident. and U.K.'s responses to the attack. His comments come a day before an extraordinary meeting - called by Russian Federation - with the world's chemical weapons watchdog, the executive council o...

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  • Governor Fallin issues press release after Day 1 of the teacher walkout
Governor Fallin issues press release after Day 1 of the teacher walkout

The movement began with job actions in West Virginia earlier this year. In Oklahoma City, teachers rallied for the cause and forced the closure of about 200 schools in the state. "When our members believe the legislature has committed to funding our children's future, they will return to the classroom", the union said in a statement posted on...

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  • Conte on his way and Chelsea know who they want
Conte on his way and Chelsea know who they want

Paper Round's view: This is a huge coup for Spurs . Ironically, they need someone like Pochettino, who is committed to improving the club's playing staff gradually, despite the limitations that he has faced with Tottenham . Failing to qualify for the Champions League could trigger Conte's departure at the end of the season after he spent muc...

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  • 4 towns in Syria's Ghouta to be cleared of rebels
4 towns in Syria's Ghouta to be cleared of rebels

Douma was one of the earliest centers of the anti-government demonstrations that swept through the country in March 2011. Hundreds of residents are believed to require care for war wounds and medical conditions exacerbated by the siege. The security services responded by putting the town and other suburbs around Damascus under siege, bombing hos...

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  • Six Turkish troops killed by Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) militants
Six Turkish troops killed by Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) militants

The statement did not elaborate on how exactly Paris plans to support the SDF, but PYD member Khaled Eissa told Reuters after the meeting that Macron promised to send more French troops to the area, provide humanitarian assistance, and push for a diplomatic settlement of the conflict between the Kurds and Turkey.

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  • KERRY HUBARTT: From 'gun control' to a repeal of the 2nd Amendment?
KERRY HUBARTT: From 'gun control' to a repeal of the 2nd Amendment?

The 97-year-old Stevens, who became one of the court's liberal voices, declared it would bring advocates closer to their objective in gun reform. Stevens says the decision in that case, District of Columbia v. The amendment then has to be approved by three quarters of the states. NRA appreciates the outspoken support of President Trump for our...

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  • Skripal Poisoning Incident: Russia Expels 59 Diplomats From 23 Countries
Skripal Poisoning Incident: Russia Expels 59 Diplomats From 23 Countries

This is true from the expulsion of 60 American diplomats, and closure of an American consulate, after the U.S. expelled 60 Russians and closed one of their consulates. Emerging from the Russian Foreign Ministry building, German ambassador Rudiger von Fritsch said Russia had questions to answer about the poisoning of Skripal, but that Berlin remai...

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  • Dec acknowledges Ant's absence as Saturday Night Takeaway returns
Dec acknowledges Ant's absence as Saturday Night Takeaway returns

It was subsequently announced that the final two shows of the ITV series would be presented by Donnelly alone after McPartlin returned to rehab, where he has been receiving treatment for addiction issues. He will reportedly feature in tonight's programme as part of a pre-recorded Saturday Knight Takeaway sketch. Dec was supported by his co-st...

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  • Tyronn Lue Rejoining The Cleveland Cavaliers
Tyronn Lue Rejoining The Cleveland Cavaliers

All Lue must do now, is continue to take care of his body to remain healthy. The Cavaliers are 46-30 and third in the Eastern Conference standings. Jrue Holiday led the Pelicans with 25 points. Hill landed wrong on his left leg and rolled his ankle. He will be re-evaluated on Saturday. In his absence, the Cavaliers are 5-1.

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  • AG Sessions declines to appoint second special counsel to review Federal Bureau of Investigation
AG Sessions declines to appoint second special counsel to review Federal Bureau of Investigation

Check back for updates. The letter comes a day after the announcement that the DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz would be looking into the FBI's " relationship and communications " with the confidential source in relation to the bureau's application to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC).

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  • Google Doodle celebrates the 153rd birthday anniversary of Anandi Gopal Joshi
Google Doodle celebrates the 153rd birthday anniversary of Anandi Gopal Joshi

She made a decision to study medicine in the USA. Anandi secured her MD degree in 1886 with Kei Okami of Japan and Tabat Islambooly of Syria. He taught her to read and write Marathi, English, and Sanskrit. The topic of her thesis was "Obstetrics among the Aryan Hindus". On her graduation, Queen Victoria sent her a congratulatory message. Whil...

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  • Vietnam veterans are welcomed home at Heights events
Vietnam veterans are welcomed home at Heights events

Thursday marks 45-years since USA combat forces withdrew from Vietnam. Vietnam Veteran James Hertner said, "March 29th was the last day of our troops being removed from Vietnam". More than 58,000 Americans killed during the entire war. Hazlewood, like most of those who served in Vietnam, kept quiet about his military service after returning home ...

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  • Egypt's Sisi reelected with more than 90 pc of vote
Egypt's Sisi reelected with more than 90 pc of vote

Egypt's election commission said the vote would be free and fair, and Sisi said he wished more candidates had run. But initial estimates placed turnout among the 60 million eligible voters at about 41% - below that seen in 2014. Authorities were keen to ensure a higher turnout this time around as Sisi saw attendance at polls as a referendum on hi...

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  • Church members carry crosses through Savannah on Good Friday
Church members carry crosses through Savannah on Good Friday

Musikuwa led Christians in observing the event that had 14 where they laid wreaths at a place that symbolises the biblical Golgotha. At St. Mary's of Assumption in Binghamton, hundreds of believers gathered for prayer services as church members revisited the Stations of the Cross.

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  • Winning ticket for $521 million jackpot sold in New Jersey
Winning ticket for $521 million jackpot sold in New Jersey

The latest draw marks only the fourth time the jackpot has surpassed the half-billion-dollar mark in the game's history, the Mega Millions lottery said. Only one ticket with the right numbers was purchased, Mega Millions said. Top 10 largest US Lottery Jackpots 1. Those tickets were sold in OH and Texas.

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  • Emma Gonzalez Did Not Tear up a Copy of the Constitution
Emma Gonzalez Did Not Tear up a Copy of the Constitution

An altered image showing Parkland school shooting survivor Emma González ripping up the Constitution has gone viral on social media, specifically gaining traction in right-wing circles. "Let me especially thank young people at the high school in Parkland, Florida, who are dealing with their grief by standing up and fighting back to make sur...

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  • BJP, Congress welcome single-phase Karnataka polls, JD-S terms it setback
BJP, Congress welcome single-phase Karnataka polls, JD-S terms it setback

He said that the people of Karnataka were not happy with the rule of Siddramiah and want to change the government. Political parties welcomed the decision and said that they are "election ready", with all three players, Congress, BJP and JDS, claiming that they would come to power.

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  • Weather warning of snow issued for Nottinghamshire over Easter
Weather warning of snow issued for Nottinghamshire over Easter

First of all, tonight (as in Wednesday night) looks to be the last truly bad weather day for a while, with temperatures dipping to as low as -2 in places, as flurries of snow expected to hit higher ground. Next week's pattern is more of a west to east style. leaving temperatures a little closer to normal, though the unsettled weather will continue....

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  • APC NEC Stunned As Buhari Kicks Against Tenure Elongation For Oyegun
APC NEC Stunned As Buhari Kicks Against Tenure Elongation For Oyegun

While also agreeing that the proposed extension of tenure of the National Working Committee of APC was unconstitutional, Frank said he expects the party's national chairman and the NWC to take a cue on how to run a ruling party from PDP, as there is no crime in learning what one doesn't know.

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  • Police arrests a driver who attempted to ram soldiers in France
Police arrests a driver who attempted to ram soldiers in France

The man first threatened a group of soldiers who were out jogging at around 8am (0600 GMT, 2pm Malaysia) in Varces-Allieres-et-Risset, near Grenoble, and later tried to run down another group of soldiers returning from a jog, army spokesman Colonel Benoit Brulon told AFP .

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  • 'Serial' podcast subject Adnan Syed granted new trial
'Serial' podcast subject Adnan Syed granted new trial

The attorney general's office could appeal Thursday's decision to the state's highest tribunal, the Court of Appeals. Baltimore Circuit Judge Martin Welch had ruled that Syed's original lawyer, Cristina Gutierrez , should have cross-examined a witness about the reliability of cellphone tower evidence.

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  • Govt gets going on Air India selloff
Govt gets going on Air India selloff

Disinvestment-bound Air India has more than 6,200 slots for domestic and global flights, which could be among the key attractions for potential bidders, according to an official document. Air India had 11,214 permanent employees as on December 1, 2017. Saudi Arabia has so far not allowed Israeli carriers to use its airspace, and El Al says it is ...

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  • Wildly popular 'Fortnite' video game breaks YouTube streaming record
Wildly popular 'Fortnite' video game breaks YouTube streaming record

YouTube Gaming has been doing plenty of big numbers for live streams as well. "How big is @FortniteGame on YouTube? ". As reported by Polygon , the stream lasted over three hours and held 635,000 concurrent viewers during its peak, beating out Ninja's stream by about 500,000 viewers.

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