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Belarus ready to help Russian Federation with investigating Kemerovo fire

Belarus ready to help Russian Federation with investigating Kemerovo fire

Anna Zarechneva, who was in the mall's cinema when the fire broke out, said moviegoers had little warning until the blaze was well underway. "If [Trump] could rally the world to push back against ...

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Warner and Smith axed from IPL 2018

Warner and Smith axed from IPL 2018

Cameron Bancroft admits he will regret his choice to tamper with the ball in Cape Town for the rest of his life, but has not yet decided whether he will contest the nine-month ban handed to him by ...

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Economists expect interest rate cut

Economists expect interest rate cut

Economic growth that came in better than expected in the fourth quarter, and Moody's decision to leave SA's credit rating one notch above junk and improve its outlook to stable, were among the facto...

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Haley: US to cap peacekeeping contributions at 25%

Haley: US to cap peacekeeping contributions at 25%

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley drew a line in the sand on Wednesday, telling the Security Council that the USA will strictly cap its funding for U.N. peacekeeping efforts. The biggest is in Congo, wher...

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68 people killed in riot, fire at Venezuela police station

68 people killed in riot, fire at Venezuela police station

A fire at a prison in the western state of Zulia killed more than 100 inmates in 1994. The death toll has been confirmed by government officials. They said they would not provide any estimates "out ...

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Saudi Crown Prince: Houthi 'last-ditch effort' missiles attack shows weakness

Saudi Crown Prince: Houthi 'last-ditch effort' missiles attack shows weakness

The Saudi Crown Prince MBS threw light on many topics that have prevailed global media channels for long. Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, and UN Secretary G...

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New Zealand a 'laughing stock' after Jacinda Ardern's Russian spy comments

New Zealand a 'laughing stock' after Jacinda Ardern's Russian spy comments

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says appropriate action has been taken by the SIS where necessary against Russian intelligence activity. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's statement that New Ze...

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Israel arrests Palestinian suspected to have infiltrated from Gaza

Israel arrests Palestinian suspected to have infiltrated from Gaza

Two Palestinians armed with a knife and cutters breached the security fence around Gaza on Thursday, the fourth such incident in a week despite the army being on high alert in the region. Israel...

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Holy Week Services and Activities Planned

Holy Week Services and Activities Planned

March 30: Good Friday services will be presided over by the Bishop of Mysuru at 5 pm. During Holy Week , church members will participate in Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services at the Evang...

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Severe weather is moving into South Mississippi. Will it wash out Easter?

Severe weather is moving into South Mississippi. Will it wash out Easter?

The National Weather Service said areas north the Interstate 10 corridor face the greatest risk of severe weather, though all of southeast Louisiana and southern MS are included in the hazardous weath...

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Gov. Walker won't appeal special elections to Supreme Court

Gov. Walker won't appeal special elections to Supreme Court

Judge Josann Reynolds, who issued the initial order last week, said at the time that Walker had a "plain and positive" duty to call elections in these districts. The ruling Tuesday from Dane County ...

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Malala Yousafzai Returns Home

Malala Yousafzai Returns Home

Almost six years after being shot in the face and neck by the Taliban for advocating for the rights of girls, 20-year-old Malala Yousafzai returned Thursday to Pakistan. Unable to return to Pakistan...

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John Worboys judgment raises 'serious concerns' about judicial system, says Theresa May

John Worboys judgment raises 'serious concerns' about judicial system, says Theresa May

Handing down their ruling, Sir Brian Leveson, Mr Justice Jay and Mr Justice Garnham said the board should have "undertaken further inquiry" into the circumstances of Worboys' offending. Worboys' lawye...

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Will invest whatever we have to for success in India: Uber CEO

Will invest whatever we have to for success in India: Uber CEO

Japan's SoftBank owns a significant share in both the taxi aggregators and there have been talks of the two players coming together for a few months now, TOI has learnt independently. He had also ad...

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Kirsten Wesley pleads guilty to manslaughter

Kirsten Wesley pleads guilty to manslaughter

When that didn't work, police say she slammed him five times, face down on the bed. The resident then called Conant, who arrived at the home about 45 minutes later to pick up the package and was arre...

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Latino community, state leaders condemn proposed census citizenship question

Latino community, state leaders condemn proposed census citizenship question

The Insight Association, which represents the marketing-research and data-analytics community, spoke out against the move this week, with CEO David Almy pointing out that cooperation is everything whe...

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Tuesday forecast: cloudy, high 60

Tuesday forecast: cloudy, high 60

NIWA's weather team is also watching a southerly change that will bring cooler temperatures for the West Coast and Southland on Saturday with rain developing, which may be heavy. Fog and frosts wil...

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Bengal burning, but Mamata doing politics in Delhi, says BJP

Bengal burning, but Mamata doing politics in Delhi, says BJP

Mamata, who is seeking to build a coalition of regional parties against the BJP, also held meetings with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and a ginger group within the BJP comprising former union ...

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Northwestern students participate in March for Our Lives across the country

Northwestern students participate in March for Our Lives across the country

The March For Our Lives protests held on Saturday calling for stricter gun control legislation has the potential to have an immediate impact on the political landscape and not only when numerous demo...

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North Korea's Kim Jong-un 'visits' China, but Beijing refuses to confirm

North Korea's Kim Jong-un 'visits' China, but Beijing refuses to confirm

Kim is expected to have a summit meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in late April and with U.S. President Donald Trump by May. If Kim is in Beijing , it would be the first trip by a N...

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Koreas begin ministerial-level meeting for Moon-Kim summit

Koreas begin ministerial-level meeting for Moon-Kim summit

The results of Thursday's closed-door talks were not immediately clear. According to the official Xinhua news Kim held talks with Chinese President Xi in Beijing. South Korea's Moon has always been ...

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Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since Taliban shooting

Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since Taliban shooting

She will also participate in the "Meet the Malala" programme, stated reports. Accompanied by her parents, the 20-year-old student was escorted through Islamabad's Benazir Bhutto International Airp...

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Rockets Proud Of Hitting 60 Win Mark

Rockets Proud Of Hitting 60 Win Mark

Rozier, who had been averaging 16.2 points in Irving's absence, also had five rebounds and three assists. With 20 3-pointers on Sunday, the Rockets have made 15 or more in five of their last six gam...

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Auburn police release composite sketches of bank robbery suspect | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Auburn police release composite sketches of bank robbery suspect | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

They are said to have been harassing their victims and taking money from them at gunpoint. The suspect entered the bank, demanded money fled with an unknown amount, driving away in a gray four-door ...

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White House press briefing

White House press briefing

Shah told reporters that the White House did not believe that this threat was made, and said there was no corroborating evidence to support it. Shah did not elaborate about why the White House bel...

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Shopping mall fire in Siberia kills 64

Shopping mall fire in Siberia kills 64

Rescue workers say they have checked the first and second floors and are checking the third but have had difficultly making it to the fourth floor where the fire is believed to have started. Video foo...

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Army veteran who faces deportation denied United States citizenship

Army veteran who faces deportation denied United States citizenship

Immigration and Customs Enforcement , a decision Sen. "I am not a victim, but I am a witness to the way veterans are treated, disrespected and thrown away after they sacrificed for the nation ". "At ...

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American family of four gassed in Mexico holiday rental

American family of four gassed in Mexico holiday rental

However, smart phones take away from quality family time , especially at the dinner table where families come together after a long day apart to catch up with each other and share events from the day...

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Flash flood watch in effect

Flash flood watch in effect

Friday will be sunny with temperatures in the 60s, the weather service reports. Northeast Oklahoma soon will be under a flood watch as heavy rainfall becomes likely Monday night . New rainfall amo...

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Fort Myers woman marries 100-year-old tree to protest development

Fort Myers woman marries 100-year-old tree to protest development

The tree is rooted on a city property, but some of its 8,000-square-foot canopy and root system extends over to a surrounding lot which has been put up for sale for $1 million. Three days ahead of the...

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Poland to field Patriot air defense from 2022

Poland to field Patriot air defense from 2022

Warsaw is now in tense relations with Washington over a bill introduced in January to impose jail terms for any suggestion of Poland's complicity in the Holocaust. The Polish Patriot batteries will d...

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Trump ends protected immigrant status for thousands of Liberians

Trump ends protected immigrant status for thousands of Liberians

She said she'd slept with him once, shortly after Mr Trump's wife, Melania, gave birth to the President's youngest son. Approximately 4,000 Liberians were given Temporary Protected Status in 1991 ...

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Ontario Liberals pledge free child care for preschoolers starting in 2020

Ontario Liberals pledge free child care for preschoolers starting in 2020

The Seniors' Health Home Program will provide a benefit of up to $750 annually for eligible households led by seniors 75 and over to help them live independently and offset the cost of maintaining t...

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Jewish leaders insist: We'll continue to hold Corbyn to account

Jewish leaders insist: We'll continue to hold Corbyn to account

I accepted that the party were looking into it, though it was was a little odd that they weren't planning on responding in a material way on its progress. Hitchin Labour activist Martin Burke, picture...

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Driver plows into people in San Francisco, critically wounding four

Driver plows into people in San Francisco, critically wounding four

Police say the incident started shortly before 10:30am Wednesday when the driver got into a physical altercation with a group of people. At least one person has died, according to the Zuckerberg Sa...

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Tiffany Haddish Interview Has Everyone Asking #WhoBitBeyonce

Tiffany Haddish Interview Has Everyone Asking #WhoBitBeyonce

Tiffany went on to say that Bey stormed off and went up to her husband Jay-Z to tell him what had happened. Sanaa Lathan has been pegged as the alleged biter , although she's denying any invol...

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Jared Kushner's firm 'under investigation' for $500m loans

Jared Kushner's firm 'under investigation' for $500m loans

In fact, a series of one-time White House staffers who were deemed unfit for a Trump administration job - for security clearance or personal reasons - have either been kept close to the President or...

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Rajya Sabha fails to bid farewell to retiring MPs, adjourned again

Rajya Sabha fails to bid farewell to retiring MPs, adjourned again

He noted that their presence in the House would be missed when it decides on critical issues like the anti-instant triple talaq bill. Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien, who also retired, said earlier the me...

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Supreme Court puts gerrymandering in the spotlight

Supreme Court puts gerrymandering in the spotlight

It's always risky to infer too much from Justices' statements and questions during oral arguments , but the hints in today's proceedings suggested that the Court, as a whole, may not be ready to put ...

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'Roseanne' returns with monster TV ratings in Trump era

'Roseanne' returns with monster TV ratings in Trump era

To put those deliveries in context, they mark the highest 18-to-49 turnout for an episode of an ABC comedy since the season four premiere of "Modern Family" scared up 14.4 overall million viewers an...

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