• Theresa May: 'There is no Brexit power grab'
Theresa May: 'There is no Brexit power grab'

Since formal negotiations began between the two sides last June, an agreement has been struck on a Brexit "divorce bill" - but the crucial issue of how they will trade together has yet to be settled. And Theresa May's message is suitably upbeat. "I campaigned for Remain, but I, as I said at the time , it was a very balanced decision", she said.

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  • France accuses Iran of arming Yemen's Huthi rebels
France accuses Iran of arming Yemen's Huthi rebels

Gholamali Khoshrou said on Wednesday that the three-year Saudi war on Yemen has no legitimacy, adding that the bombardment campaign against the Arab state has achieved nothing but massacre, hunger, diseases and the destruction of its infrastructure.

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  • Turkey and the EU: Looking beyond the Varna Summit
Turkey and the EU: Looking beyond the Varna Summit

Sinjar province is home to the Yazidi community, which is set to face more violence if Turkey begins its operation. "The fight is internal and external", he said . " Turkey and Iraq seem to be in an agreement over Sinjar, they both have similar interests - to rule the area", he said. The PKK, considered a terrorist organisation by Turkey ,...

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  • Trump concedes likely delay on infrastructure
Trump concedes likely delay on infrastructure

Under Trump's blueprint, however, local governments and private companies would pay for about 87 percent of the $1.5 trillion total on new infrastructure spending. Donald Trump enters the RNC to deliver a speech in Cleveland. Trump has not been seen in public since porn actress Stormy Daniels appeared last Sunday night on "60 Minutes", detailin...

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  • Justice watchdog probes charges of Federal Bureau of Investigation abuse in Russian Federation case
Justice watchdog probes charges of Federal Bureau of Investigation abuse in Russian Federation case

Upon the conclusion of that review, Sessions said he will determine whether any of their findings merit the appointment of a special counsel. "Why is A.G. We expect that U.S. Attorney Huber, given his reputation, will conduct an independent and thorough investigation. One of those lawyers, John Dowd, who has since left Trump's legal team, call...

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  • Wednesday morning First Alert forecast
Wednesday morning First Alert forecast

Through the weekend we could easily see 1"-3" of rain with most of that falling on Tuesday and Tuesday night . High temperatures today , and through the first week of April, will mostly be cooler than they should be for this time of the year in the Lehigh Valley.

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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

However, HURIWA whilst praising President Muhammadu Buhari for his pro-democracy stance, also carpeted the hierarchy of the professor Mohmood Yakubu -led Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for failing to oppose the unconstitutional tenure elongation even when the constitution of Nigeria empowers it to play the legal role of the cus...

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  • President Trump privately stated that the U.S. military should fund border wall
President Trump privately stated that the U.S. military should fund border wall

If Trump was to really pursue funding through the military budget, then he would need to get congressional approval, which isn't probable. Trump brought it up in a meeting with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) last week, stating the military should pay for the wall.

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  • Catalan Cause Ripples Across Europe With Surrender in Scotland
Catalan Cause Ripples Across Europe With Surrender in Scotland

A Spanish judge last week issued global and European arrest warrants for Ponsati and other separatist leaders, including former regional president Carles Puigdemont . Spanish national police said on Wednesday that two Catalan regional officers who were traveling with him had also been arrested. The former education minister is wanted by Madrid o...

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  • Human remains likely to be of missing Hollywood actress
Human remains likely to be of missing Hollywood actress

February 23 near the 1700 block of Wilcox Avenue, between Hollywood Boulevard and Franklin Avenue, not far from her Los Angeles home, police said . "We can not say that conclusively at this point in time because the conditions of the remains prohibited positive identification", Hayes said at a news conference Tuesday at the Los Angeles Police Depa...

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  • California Sheriff Rejects
California Sheriff Rejects "Sanctuary" Law, Makes Information on Illegals Public

In a tweet, Mr. Trump said his "Administration stands in solidarity with the fearless citizens in Orange County defending their rights against California's illegal and unconstitutional Sanctuary policies". The Orange County Sheriff's Department has been the beneficiary of tighter immigration enforcement. Orange County has become the center of...

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  • Israeli PM Netanyahu Rushed to Hospital
Israeli PM Netanyahu Rushed to Hospital

It has been suggested that the Prime Minister has not taken enough rest since falling ill a few weeks ago and has seen his condition worsen in the past days. The doctors prescribed medications and recommended that the prime minister get some rest. The Israeli Prime Minister, who is a suspect in three corruption investigations, known as Case 1000,...

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  • Much needed moisture for Colorado. Clearing skies and cool Tuesday in Denver
Much needed moisture for Colorado. Clearing skies and cool Tuesday in Denver

A modified arctic air mass is still expected to move across the divide bringing in cooler temperatures. Wind remains on the light side, giving us a rather pleasant day after a damp start! Given the clouds and less cold southeasterly breeze, expect a less cold night with lows likely remaining in the low to mid 30s.

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  • Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu hospitalized with 'high fever'
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu hospitalized with 'high fever'

It's the second time that Netanyahu, who held the communications portfolio until previous year, is being questioned over the affair. He could, for the first time, face questions on information provided to police by Nir Hefetz, a long-time Netanyahu ally who has turned state witness.

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  • Karnataka Assembly election on May 12, counting on May 15: CEC
Karnataka Assembly election on May 12, counting on May 15: CEC

The polling will take place in a single phase election on May 12 while the counting will be done on May 15 . The Congress is now having 122 seats against BJP which has about 43 seats., The elections are so positive for Congress party wherein the BJP is under bigger problems for the state.

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  • 'We're shocked and worried': France's Jewish community in fear after anti-Semitic murder
'We're shocked and worried': France's Jewish community in fear after anti-Semitic murder

France has a large Jewish population, many of whom have long complained of increasing anti-Semitic hate crimes, news agencies reported . The flat was then set ablaze in an apparent attempt to cover up the murder . The CRIF umbrella grouping of French Jewish organisations called for "the fullest transparency" by the authorities investigating the...

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  • Terror fight cooperation, EU membership talks discussed at EU-Turkey meeting
Terror fight cooperation, EU membership talks discussed at EU-Turkey meeting

Tusk, along with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and Bulgaria's prime minister Boyko Borissov, had met with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan as part of a broader effort to improve fraught relations. "And we recalled Turkey's responsibility to ensure the protection of civilians and the delivery of humanitarian assistan...

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  • Kenyan government tries to deport opposition politician again - lawyer
Kenyan government tries to deport opposition politician again - lawyer

A top Kenyan opposition politician has been denied entry into the country despite a court order setting aside his deportation and asking the government to allow him back. "You can not take me from my country by force". As the dramatic events unfolded a number of journalists were beaten up by police in an endeavour to stop TV and newspaper reporte...

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  • France strike causes travel disruption
France strike causes travel disruption

The 180 street demonstrations nationwide were mainly peaceful, but scuffles erupted between police and hooded young protesters on the margins of marches in Paris and the western city of Nantes, where security forces fired teargas and water cannon.

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  • Gas inhalation blamed for death of Iowa family visiting Mexico
Gas inhalation blamed for death of Iowa family visiting Mexico

In the face of family demands for more answers in a man's death during his arrest last month, city officials said Monday they will not release any more information about the case until their "complex" investigation is completed. Louis to arrive on Thursday in case the Sharps had just planned to stay an extra day, Weland told ABC News . On Fr...

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  • China's tariff retaliation to hit USA apple industry
China's tariff retaliation to hit USA apple industry

The Trump administration is "actively" involved in talks with China to resolve trade tensions, and the US has no intention of starting a trade war, a senior White House adviser said . The poor showing was in response to the USA annoucement to impose tariffs of 25% on up to US$60 billion of Chinese imports. The Wall Street Journal first report...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn regrets 'defending anti-Semitic mural' after anger from his own MPs
Jeremy Corbyn regrets 'defending anti-Semitic mural' after anger from his own MPs

The row erupted as Mr Corbyn struggled to contain Labour MPs " anger over his decision to defend the artist responsible for an anti-Semitic mural, depicting a group of "hook-nosed' men huddled around a Monopoly-style board. Mr Lloyd said: "As we leave the European Union, ensuring there is no hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republi...

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  • Major fire breaks out in Ballymun
Major fire breaks out in Ballymun

Emergency services were called to a Ballymun hotel last night when a fire broke out several stories high sometime around 8pm. The complex was built in 2006 and comprises 88 hotel rooms and 30 apartments. 'One of the apartments is completely engulfed. You can not see the corridor or landings. A number of storeys appear to be affected by the blaz...

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  • Afghanistan stun Windies in final
Afghanistan stun Windies in final

Ireland captain William Porterfield blasted the International Cricket Council (ICC) for an obsession with the "big cheque" after his side were failed to find their place at the 2019 World Cup after losing against Afghanistan on Friday. "This trophy is for the people of Afghanistan ", a delighted Afghanistan captain Asghar Stanikzai said i...

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  • Craig Bellamy sets Liverpool FC challenge for Mohamed Salah next season
Craig Bellamy sets Liverpool FC challenge for Mohamed Salah next season

The report states that Liverpool are aware of the interest that Mohamed Salah's prodigious form is generating, with the Egyptian being linked to a record move to the likes of PSG, Barcelona and Real Madrid among other clubs . Salah's impressive display and goalscoring abilities have seen him draw comparisons to Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi...

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  • Winter Storm Warning issued; 4-9 inches expecting South of metro area
Winter Storm Warning issued; 4-9 inches expecting South of metro area

Environment Canada's issued snowfall and winter storm warnings in the southern third of the province Friday morning. Occasional light snow will fall over east central Quebec and the Maritimes into Saturday night as upper level low pressure swings through the region in the wake of Winter Storm Toby.

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  • Lawyers Decline Trump's Legal Team Invitation
Lawyers Decline Trump's Legal Team Invitation

Trump "is disappointed that conflicts prevent" the couple from joining his team, Sekulow said in a statement , but stopped short of saying what those conflicts are. The announcement last week that diGenova was joining the legal team raised questions about Trump's strategy, given his choice of a former US attorney for the District of Columbia who ...

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  • Trump's Russia Probe Attorney Quits Over Strategy Disagreements
Trump's Russia Probe Attorney Quits Over Strategy Disagreements

Trump was reportedly frustrated by Dowd over the weekend after the lawyer told the Daily Beast that Special Counsel Robert Mueller should be fired . This stance puts them at odds with Trump , although Trump has been quick to dismiss reports of conflict. All three have defended the president in the media and gone after the Federal Bureau o...

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  • Puigdemont Avoid Arrest in Finland, Despite Warrant
Puigdemont Avoid Arrest in Finland, Despite Warrant

Despite the efforts of Puigdemont, who fled to Brussels after the Catalan parliament declared independence on October 27 and Madrid countered by taking control of the region, no European Union member state backed the secessionist cause. He and 12 other separatist leaders were officially charged with rebellion on Friday. He faces a 30-year prison se...

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  • Saudi Crown Prince promises to eliminate Brotherhood influence
Saudi Crown Prince promises to eliminate Brotherhood influence

TRT World's Tetiana Anderson reports. As they talked, U.S. senators debated a resolution seeking an end to USA support for Saudi Arabia's campaign in Yemen's civil war, in which about 10,000 people have been killed. "Iran is not a rival to Saudi Arabia". In an opinion column early this month in the New York Times , Thomas Friedman, wr...

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