• Paul McCartney Marches Against Gun Violence In Memory Of John Lennon
Paul McCartney Marches Against Gun Violence In Memory Of John Lennon

The demonstrations drew thousands of people for marches across the country. Sir Paul McCartney took part in a NY march in favour of gun control measures earlier today (March 24th). The main protest, organised by students in the wake of the massacre in a school in Parkland, is being held in Washington DC - but hundreds more are taking place ac...

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  • US Charges Nine Iranians With Massive Cyber-Campaign on Behalf of IRGC
US Charges Nine Iranians With Massive Cyber-Campaign on Behalf of IRGC

The hackers are reportedly affiliated with the Mabna Institute , an Iranian company the Justice Department says the Iran government contracted since at least 2013 to steal scientific research. "One hundred forty-four of the victims are American universities", Rosenstein said in a statement . The indictment alleges the stolen data was turned o...

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  • USA deeply concerned over Turkish military operations in Syria's Afrin
USA deeply concerned over Turkish military operations in Syria's Afrin

The PKK is blacklisted as a terror organisation by Turkey and its Western allies. On Jan. 24, rockets are launched from Syria at the Turkish border town of Kilis. "We have three martyrs today". A senior ministry official is to travel to the U.S.in the coming days for talks over Turkey's demand for the withdrawal of YPG militants from the city o...

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  • Palestinian Teen Who Slapped & Kicked Israeli Soldiers Gets 8 Month Prison Sentence
Palestinian Teen Who Slapped & Kicked Israeli Soldiers Gets 8 Month Prison Sentence

When her trial began in February, she faced 12 charges, including aggravated assault, however, 8 were dropped as part of the plea deal. Lasky said the jail term included the time Tamimi has spent in detention since her arrest in December.

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  • Syria: Second evacuation deal reached in Eastern Ghouta
Syria: Second evacuation deal reached in Eastern Ghouta

The deal provides for the transfer of almost 7,000 people, fighters and their families. The fresh deal comes a day after the Failaq al-Rahman group declared a unilateral ceasefire to negotiate its withdrawal from the region. Civilians continue to flee from Douma, but the rebels themselves remain dug in, and Syrian and Russian warplanes cont...

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  • Iowa household of 4 located dead while vacationing in Mexico
Iowa household of 4 located dead while vacationing in Mexico

A family of four from Creston, Iowa that was reported missing has been found dead in Mexico . Family members became anxious about the family after they were supposed to return Wednesday from the trip but did not return. About a week later, on Thursday night, the family had a sinking feeling that something wasn't right. They were scheduled to d...

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  • TRACKING: Winter Storm Friday Night & Saturday
TRACKING: Winter Storm Friday Night & Saturday

The storm passed east over the mid-Atlantic states before heading out to sea and then curving north toward Atlantic Canada. Snow totals may reach: 2 to 4 inches in Washington, D.C.; 7 to 10 inches in Philadelphia; 5 to 8 inches in New York City; and 5 to 7 inches in Boston.

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  • Yemen's Houthis claim to fire missile into Saudi Arabia
Yemen's Houthis claim to fire missile into Saudi Arabia

Amnesty International slammed the United States, Britain and other Western countries on Friday for their continued arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, as their forces wage a brutal war in Yemen. The rights group documented violations of worldwide law by all warring parties, including the Iran-backed Houthi rebels. The UN has ...

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  • Melania Trump presents Women of Courage awards at State Department
Melania Trump presents Women of Courage awards at State Department

She wore her highlighted brown hair in loose curls, and she paired her Easter Sunday-worthy outfit with a pair of nude pumps. The event presents awards to women from around the world who exemplify leadership, courage, resourcefulness and willingness to sacrifice for others.

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  • Park bench where ex-Russian spy and daughter found poisoned is removed
Park bench where ex-Russian spy and daughter found poisoned is removed

President Donald Trump is expected to receive a recommendation from his National Security Council on Friday that he expel a yet-to-be-determined number of Russian diplomats from the USA in response to the poisonings of a former spy and his daughter on United Kingdom soil, a source with knowledge of the situation told CNN.

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  • Policeman who saved hostage in jihadist attack dies
Policeman who saved hostage in jihadist attack dies

With the death of the officer, the assailant, identified as 25-year-old Radouane Lakdim, killed a total of four people in France's first major jihadist attack since October. As soon as they heard gunfire, police went in and killed the gunman. The gunman was killed but Arnaud Beltrame was seriously injured. Lt-Col Beltrame, who was in his mid-40s,...

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  • Trump threatens to veto spending bill, raising specter of another shutdown
Trump threatens to veto spending bill, raising specter of another shutdown

The bill does not address the fate of roughly 700,000 young immigrants known as "Dreamers" who illegally entered the United States as children. His signature came with the caveat that he would never sign such an omnibus bill again. In Friday's news conference, Mr Trump said: "I do want the Hispanic community to know that Republicans are much mo...

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  • NAESP's Statement of Support for Passage of the FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill
NAESP's Statement of Support for Passage of the FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill

Most of his problems are with how much the government plans to spend - $1.3 trillion in all. The government will shut down on Saturday without a new funding bill. While many Republicans have chosen to ally themselves with RNC leadership, principled conservatives like Mr. Paul & Mr. Massie have taken note of the hypocritical message that finds Re...

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  • Judge Lowers Bail But Refuses To Release Former Minneapolis Officer Mohamed Noor
Judge Lowers Bail But Refuses To Release Former Minneapolis Officer Mohamed Noor

In June 2017, a 40-year old Australian yoga teacher was fatally shot by a cop in Minneapolis after calling 911 about a possible sexual assault she witnessed in an alleyway behind her home. "He saw Officer Noor's right hand extend across him toward Officer Harrity's open window", Mr Freeman said. Prosecutor Mike Freeman announced the charges on ...

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  • Boko Haram Returns Kidnapped Nigerian Girls with Warning, Witnesses Say
Boko Haram Returns Kidnapped Nigerian Girls with Warning, Witnesses Say

Coincidentally some of the Chibok families had already made plans to travel to Dapchi that day to lend their moral support before it was known that most of the girls had been released. Wakil, popularly called "Mama Boko Haram", who appeared highly elated, told NAN that she received the news of the release of the girls with "great joy".

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  • Powerball winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania for $457 million
Powerball winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania for $457 million

Officials said more than 27,000 players in SC hold tickets for prizes from $4 up to $100,000. I think it's gonna be really helpful for our store because a lot of people come in here with really high hope of winning and I think this is really just gonna out everybody through the roof about the excitement of everything.

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  • Donald Trump praises U.S. military sales in talks with Saudi crown prince
Donald Trump praises U.S. military sales in talks with Saudi crown prince

Trump traveled to Saudi Arabia in May on his first overseas trip as president, and boasted that he had come away with billions of dollars in business deals. He unveiled his ambitious plan "Vision 2030" previous year which aims to wean Saudi Arabia off its dependence on oil and modernise its economy by building up diverse industries, including to...

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  • Be rational, not emotional, China tells Trump as trade war looms
Be rational, not emotional, China tells Trump as trade war looms

The group estimates President Donald Trump's 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum will add about 19,000 jobs, making job losses downstream and in other parts of the economy negligible. The EU has said that it would take retaliatory measures. China accounts for only about 2.5 percent of USA steel imports, but Tru...

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  • USA envoy urges Kosovo MPs to approve border deal with Montenegro
USA envoy urges Kosovo MPs to approve border deal with Montenegro

Kosovo's opposition lawmakers release a tear gas canister inside the country's parliament in Pristina on March 21, 2018 . Kosovo is now the only country in Europe that can not travel visa-free to the EU. Global officials criticized the tear gas move. The previous government and worldwide experts deny that claim. Members said they ho...

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  • Obama judge blocks Mississippi 15-week abortion ban
Obama judge blocks Mississippi 15-week abortion ban

Wade ruling that legalized abortion. Cincinnati.com pointed out that the bill is unlikely to pass. OH governor John Kasich previously vetoed a bill that would have banned abortions after a fetus's heartbeat could be detected, which could be as early as six weeks.

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  • Ryan: Trump won't fire Mueller
Ryan: Trump won't fire Mueller

Still, Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-S.C., warned Tuesday that ousting Mueller would "probably" be an impeachable offense if Trump did so without cause. "If he tried to do that, that would be the beginning of the end of his presidency", Graham said .

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  • Trump calls Putin, congratulates him on re-election
Trump calls Putin, congratulates him on re-election

Officials said the duo spoke by phone on Tuesday, days after the Russian leader secured a fourth term in the Kremlin. Trump told reporters before an oval office meeting with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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  • South Korean military exercises to begin April 1
South Korean military exercises to begin April 1

No statements were given when they left in the afternoon but South Korean delegate Kim Joon-Hyung, professor of worldwide politics from Handong Global University, told reporters later that the talks had been "productive" and that the atmosphere had been good.

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  • WaPo: Trump ignored briefing materials that said not to congratulate Putin
WaPo: Trump ignored briefing materials that said not to congratulate Putin

Despite America's differences with Russian Federation, U.S. Presidents and leaders of other Western countries traditionally congratulate Putin for winning his election. "I don't believe it came up on this specific call but it is something that we have spoken extensively about and continue to look at ways and steps forward to make sure it never ...

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  • 1 dead in United States school raid
1 dead in United States school raid

A teenager with a handgun shot a girl inside his Maryland high school Tuesday before he was fatally wounded during a confrontation with a school resource officer, a sheriff said . Deputies are still working to determine the extent of that relationship, while also reviewing the shooter's electronic devices and all aspects of social media as part ...

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  • Some SW Pennsylvania congressional hopefuls drop campaigns at deadline
Some SW Pennsylvania congressional hopefuls drop campaigns at deadline

The U.S. Supreme Court and a panel of federal judges in Pennsylvania upheld the state's new congressional district map on Thursday, a major loss for Republicans who tried to block the implementation of the new map. The petition was filed by Pennsylvania House Speaker and gubernatorial candidate Michael Turzai. This Middle District Court case wa...

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  • Several inches of snow expected Wednesday
Several inches of snow expected Wednesday

Snow accumulations of 6-9 inches will be common from roughly Interstate 80 southward before the storm winds down early Wednesday . The ice and wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour mean a risk of power outages , and an especially messy Wednesday evening commute, the weather service advised.

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  • Trump unveils plan against opioid crisis
Trump unveils plan against opioid crisis

During Trump's speech Mike Kelly, president of Adapt Pharma who makes Narcan, promised to give 40,000 doses of the spray to american universities. Mr. The Trump administration hopes to accomplish that through changes in federal reimbursement rates and enhancing state prescription drug monitoring programs.

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  • 'Yakuza Kiwami 2' set for Western launch on August 28th
'Yakuza Kiwami 2' set for Western launch on August 28th

To be more precise, the game will release in the west on August 28th for PS4. The localised version of Yakuza Kiwami 2 has been given an August release date. There's also a bunch of new features added to the game, such as minigames and, more importantly, a brand-new campaign featuring Goro Majima as a playable character.

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  • United States trade groups warn against higher tariffs
United States trade groups warn against higher tariffs

It is interesting to note that China is also the largest foreign holder of the USA government debt. The practice, according to the White House's estimate , is costing US companies $30 billion a year in intellectual property loss. "Applying any additional broad-based tariff as part of a Section 301 action would worsen this inequity and punish Amer...

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