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Homers by Mancini, Schoop carry Orioles past Red Sox 4-2

Baltimore Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy throws the ball to the plate in the fifth inning against the Boston Red Sox. Some media also reported that the Red Sox players were watching the play in slow-motion after the game. I'm sorry to him and his team. "It's definitely a mishandled situation". Mychal Givens followed with two ideal innings, Donnie Hart got two outs in the ninth and Darren O'Day finished for his first save. Read More »

GOP Moderate MacArthur: Millions Will Be Hurt If Health Care System Collapses

Rand Paul, R-Ky., said he's "perpetually disappointed Congress does not pass individual appropriation bills", and called the process "an abysmal failure". The GOP can only afford to lose 22 votes from its side and still guarantee passage. House GOP leaders are moving to kill a provision in their revised healthcare bill to repeal and replace Obamacare that allows members of Congress and their staffs to continue their Obamacare coverage while allowing states to opt out, according to a ... Read More »

US Will Honour Refugee Deal With Australia, Says Pence


Pence is on a 10-day, four country trip that has already included visits to Japan, South Korea and Indonesia. During Trump's initial phone call with Turnbull, Trump criticized an Obama administration refugee resettlement deal with Australia that would bring refugees from Australia to the United States. Read More »

North Korea: will nuclear weapons be used in our region?

In an interview with Reuters , Trump labelled the five-year-old trade pact "unacceptable" and said it would be targeted for renegotiation after his administration completes a revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico. Read More »

J&K police, security foil bank robbery, 1 terrorist held


Security personnel deployed there tried to apprehend the militants, but they opened fire, a police official said. Reports said that two militants barged inside the TP branch of J&K Bank in Lal Chowk Islamabad and attempted to snatch the rifle of a trooper. Read More »

Arkansas Board of Health approves marijuana-user rules


According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, over 20 of the applicants come from the southwest corner of Pennsylvania. The Board of Health is one of three entities directed by the amendment to develop rules to facilitate the sale of medical marijuana in the state. Read More »

Ivanka Trump booed at W20 Summit while defending her father's policies

Ivanka Trump denied Wednesday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is using her friendly relationship with her as a conduit to her father, President Donald Trump. During the Berlin discussion, Donald tweeted a link to a Financial Times editorial Ivanka co-authored with World Bank president Jim Yong Kim on investment in women and said he was "proud" of his daughter for "her leadership on these important issues". Read More »

Trump Condemns Deniers Of Holocaust, Vows To Fight Anti-Semitism

President Donald Trump speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 25, 2017, during the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's National Days of Remembrance ceremony. President Trump gave a speech Tuesday as part of the Holocaust museum's "Days of Remembrance". Trump's speech to honour victims of the Holocaust comes weeks after his press secretary Sean Spicer diminished Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in an attempt to shame Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, reported CNN . Read More »

'We have defeated a Chadian dictator'


An African Union tribunal in Senegal has rejected the appeal of former-Chadian president Hissene Habre , who was convicted previous year of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The compensation should come from the seizure of Habre's assets, but it is not clear how quickly that will happen. He was in Dakar to hear the court's decision - and later on - spoke to BBC Newsday. Read More »

N.Korea stages big artillery drill as U.S. submarine docks in South


Mr Trump on Monday urged UN Security Council ambassadors to consider stronger sanctions against Pyongyang, and U.S. senators will be briefed on North Korea at the White House on Wednesday. The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier and ships in the strike group accompanying it are continuing to move toward the South Korea region, after completing a short naval exercise with Japanese ships in the Philippine Sea. Read More »

China warns N Korea of sanctions over nuclear test: Tillerson

Tillerson reiterated the Trump administration wants to change North Korea's perception that it needs nuclear weapons to ensure its survival. The decision to station the US THAAD system in South Korea is a further indication of Seoul's dependence on the US for its national security. Read More »

USA says failure to act on North Korea could be catastrophic

U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview with Reuters on Thursday that a "major, major conflict" with North Korea was possible over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. In February, Beijing said that in order to adhere to the latest in a series of Security Council resolutions aimed at curbing the North's nuclear and missile programs, it would suspend coal imports from it for the rest of the year. Read More »

Trump threatens to end South Korea trade pact, charge for missile defense

On the same day, North Korea released a propaganda video that simulates an attack on the White House. It was an assessment echoed by the president. "We're not seeking a collapse of the regime". Nonetheless, Trump said he wanted to peacefully resolve a crisis that has bedevilled multiple USA presidents, a path that he and his administration are emphasising by preparing a variety of new economic sanctions while not taking the military option off the table. Read More »

Trump Warns Of Potential 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea

In a show of military might, the U.S. has sent a massive amount of American weaponry to east Asia. "Following the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), there is no change in (our) basic stance that 'our government will provide the land and infrastructure, and the USA side will pay for the deployment of the THAAD system and its operation and management.'", the MND said in an official statement. Read More »

Pope Francis gives TED Talk of his own

He concluded the TED Talk with a hopeful message, emphasizing that the future of humankind isn't exclusively in the hands of politicians and big companies, but is mostly in the hands of the people who recognize the importance of inclusion. Drawing on the Parable of the Good Samaritan, the Pope noted that two men walked by the injured man by the roadside. (Vatican Radio) Father Christopher Clohessy, a professor at the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies said it's crucial that ... Read More »

US Navy Commander Names N.Korea as No.1 Threat

Some liberal politicians have argued South Korea should develop its own indigenous missile defense system. Tillerson said on Thursday that China has threatened to impose sanctions on North Korea if it conducts further nuclear tests. Earlier this month, the Global Times , an influential Chinese tabloid whose stance does not necessarily reflect official policy, raised the possibility of cutting oil shipments to North Korea if it were to conduct another nuclear test. Read More »

Asean expresses alarm at N.Korean nuclear tests, missiles

The Trump administration said on Wednesday it aimed to push North Korea into dismantling its nuclear and missile programs, which are in violation of U.N. In a separate statement, South Korea's defense ministry said there is no change in its plan under which the US covers the cost for operating THAAD, now being deployed in the country's southeast. Read More »

Arab League calls for worldwide protection for Palestinians held by Israel

On the other hand, Hezbollah hailed the Intifada of Palestinian prisoners who are going on a hunger strike in the Israeli jails, calling on Arab and Muslim nations to voice solidarity with them. Barghouti is often mentioned prominently in lists of possible successors to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who is now 82. Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan said that he believes the strike has no legitimacy. Read More »

Taliban launches operation Mansoori, vows more attacks

The offensive launched on Friday with a commitment to build a political base in the country would also focus on military assaults on coalition and Afghan security forces with a mix of conventional, guerrilla, insider and suicide attacks. Afghan and worldwide officials have repeatedly called on the Taliban to disarm and join the political process, a call they have so far refused. As per the report, the Afghan government had control over only 52 percent of Afghanistan's 407 districts a year ago. Read More »

'China, Russia Have Similar Positions on North Korea Issue' - Beijing

Opinion: Who's the chicken in Trump's high-stakes game? However, after weeks of unusually blunt military threats, the Trump administration announced this week its policy is to exert economic and diplomatic pressure with worldwide partners to achieve denuclearization and said it is not aiming for regime change in North Korea . Read More »

Trump spokesman calls Flynn probe 'appropriate'

Before becoming his national security adviser, Flynn advised Trump's presidential campaign. But the White House team that put Flynn in charge of national security still hasn't released a "single shred of paper" in relation to the committee's investigation, says the ranking Democrat. Read More »

Arsene Wenger aims dig at Tottenham fans who mock Arsenal's league position

But Spurs have won eight straight top flight matches and are favourites to win on Sunday. "It looks a bit like that but it doesn't matter too much to me". No Spurs player has scored more goals versus Arsenal in the Premier League than Kane (5 - level with Gareth Bale). Should Spurs beat Arsenal this weekend, then surely hopes of another St Totteringham day will die. Read More »

Macron upstaged as Le Pen cheered by factory workers


In the French election, the campaign of far-right candidate Marine Le Pen was closely followed as it was in the same fiercely nationalist and separatist tradition as that of Trump in the U.S. PARIS , April 25 (Reuters) - Marine Le Pen's protectionist, anti-establishment message resonated most in parts of France with lower incomes, lower life expectancy and lower education levels, a Reuters analysis of voting in Sunday's first round shows. Read More »

UK must settle 'people, money and Ireland' first: Donald Tusk

Merkel said all 27 members agreed that this could be the only order in which the talks could proceed. "Without progress on the many open questions of the exit, including the financial questions, it makes no sense to have parallel negotiations over the future relationship", she said. Read More »

PA announces it will no longer pay for Gaza electricity

It said that since 2008, Israel has refused it access to Gaza, which is run by Hamas Islamists, except for one visit in 2016. He said: "Gaza is an explosive barrel and he can not press this barrel more". Speaking to, Daccord called for urgent global efforts to afford electricity to the Gaza Strip, where the lack of electricity touched the life of all residents. Read More »

MCD Election: New AAP councilors take "pledge of loyalty"

The brazenness with which Kejriwal persisted with his allegations of tampering of electronic voting machines (EVMs) and his negative campaigning in the MCD polls did not go down well with the voters who are more interested in their leaders talking about pressing public issues such as health, sanitation, power and infrastructure. Read More »

Alt-right group to rally after cancellation of Coulter talk


In response, Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks said they did not cancel the Coulter event and certainly has not prohibited or banned Coulter from speaking on campus. University officials learned of the event being scheduled for April 27 when they read it in a newspaper, he said. "We will work to identify, investigate, arrest and prosecute anyone who commits crimes in our community", city officials said. Read More »

Daesh could be defeated this year says Gentiloni


Gentiloni insisted he wasn't singling out the US president - even though he appeared to drop hints in that direction from the moment of his first public handshake with Trudeau. "We are being very effective in that regard", he asserted. He said that the coming G7 is particularly important for showing unity of intents because of the arrival on it of new leaders, such as Trump and the next President of France. Read More »

Pope arrives in Egypt


Despite a heavy security presence, Francis was driven into town in a simple blue Fiat, his window rolled down, eschewing the armored motorcades of his predecessors. Egypt's IS affiliate claimed the attacks. In his speech, Pope Francis will express gratitude for the opportunity to be in Egypt, "the land of civilisation; the land of the Nile river". Read More »

Protesters storm FYROM parliament, attack MPs

Outside the parliament , the protests that are being held nearly on a daily basis intensified when news of Xhaferi's election broke, with the organisers of the protests, the civil association For United Macedonia, claimed it was a coup. One lawmaker was taken to hospital, and police used stun grenades to disperse protesters and evacuate MPs. The NATO alliance has warned Macedonia , a candidate country, not to let similar violence happen again after protesters stormed parliament and ... Read More »

UK signals willingness to strike Assad forces in Syria

Asked if MPs would have to approve Britain joining any similar action in the future, Mr Johnson told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I think that needs to be tested". How exactly we were able to implement that would be for the government, for the prime minister". But this very personal attack on Corbyn, in a column for the UK's Sun tabloid newspaper, was the Conservative politician's first direct foray into campaigning for the June 8 snap general election and came after United Kingdom ... Read More »

Duterte, Widodo talk terrorism, trade and drug concerns

After the bilateral meeting, the two leaders will meet the press for a joint statement. Apart from trade and agriculture cooperation, Duterte and Widodo have also agreed to step up bilateral cooperation on maritime security, counter terrorism and anti-drug efforts, Mindanao peace efforts during their meeting at the Palace. Read More »