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Koreas Hold Summit Prep Talks Next Week

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in, center, talks with North Korea's nominal head of state Kim Yong Nam and Kim Yo Jong, right, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister, after a performance of North Korea's Samjiyon Orchestra at National Theater in Seoul , South Korea, February 11, 2018. Read More »

Saudi, US must pursue 'urgent efforts' for Yemen peace: Mattis

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Mattis praised Saudi Arabia for the "significant amounts of humanitarian aid" it had provided to civilians in Yemen. Earlier this year, the United Nations warned that four out of five Yemenis are now dependent on humanitarian aid amid "catastrophic" conditions across the country as the civil war enters its fourth year. Read More »

Now I Get It: Meet Trump's third national security adviser

Meanwhile, Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett also tweeted his support for Bolton's appointment, writing: "Great appointment of Amb". Even Bolton was caught by surprise. McMaster's exit is the latest in a string of high-profile departures from the White House that started with national security adviser Michael Flynn and has also included chief of staff Reince Priebus , chief strategist Steve Bannon , economic adviser Gary Cohn and Tillerson. Read More »

Turkey criticises Red Cross for remarks regarding Syrian operations

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He was accompanied by Turkish Land Forces Commander Gen. Yasar Guler, Air Forces Commander Gen. Hasan Kucukakyuz, Naval Forces Commander Adm. Adnan Ozbal and 2nd Army Commander Lt. "We will continue this process until we entirely eliminate this corridor, including in Manbij, Ayn al-Arab, Tal Abyad, Ras al-Ayn and Qamishli", Erdogan said on Monday. Read More »

Florida victims' families among 500000 marching on Washington to urge gun control

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The clear bags would be "the only backpacks that will be permitted on campus", and Runcie said the school district is also considering installing permanent metal detectors and the use of metal-detecting wands. "It will be hard to keep track". The students feel the eyes on them, but are also buoyed by the support. In this documentary by Alex Weinraub, produced by Parkland Talk , alumni and volunteers along with current students who see the banners on a daily basis share their thoughts on ... Read More »

Facebook Summoned by German Justice Minister Over Cambridge Analytica Data Scandal

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In a bid to protect the Indian election system following the Cambridge Analytica row, the Election Commission has chose to hold a meeting on March 27, Tuesday. He continued "You should be able to go to any page and see all the ads that people are running to different audiences". They sell the data to the political parties so that they can make their campaign strategies according to the person's wants and desire. Read More »

Oh nuts! China shoppers lament tariffs on U.S. almonds, pistachio and fruit

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China urged the United States on Friday to "pull back from the brink" as President Donald Trump's plans for tariffs on up to $60 billion in Chinese goods brought the world's two largest economies closer to a trade war . The Ministry of Commerce announced additional duties on up to $3 billion of imports from the United States, including fruit, nuts, pork, wine and seamless steel pipe. Read More »

Florida high school students head for gun control march

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With of students from all over the country participating in the National School Walkout day, there is a clear sense of unity in its objective. "We are the age of people that don't vote normally". Chad Prather , a YouTuber with over 130,000 subscribers who is best known for making a viral video called " Unapologetically Southern ", took to Twitter on Monday to sarcastically ask why no marches for "bomb control" have been planned in response to these attacks. Read More »

White House hunts leaker after Trump congratulates Putin on election victory

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Central Elections Commission in Moscow said yesterday that Putin won a whopping 76.7% of the votes polled in which 99.8% of the country's precincts reported . "Getting along with Russian Federation (and others) is a good thing, not a bad thing", Trump said, adding that Russian Federation can "help solve problems" from North Korea to "the coming Arms Race". Read More »

Trump threatens last-minute veto of $1.3 trillion spending bill, raises shutdown possibility

President Donald Trump , who has submitted budgets to Congress aimed at taking a hatchet to many federal agencies, nonetheless would sign the bill, the White House said . Trump is expected to sign the bill before Saturday. Rejects Trump effort to cut spending for cleaning up Great Lakes, Chesapeake Bay, other areas. The internal GOP backlash to the amount of spending and the process of rushing the measure through just 16 hours after it was released was on full display on the House floor ... Read More »

Car Bomb Kills 14 in Southern Afghanistan

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Some local officials were reportedly among the crowd at the wrestling match. Witnesses told police the bomb had been hidden inside a drum carried by the attacker, which detonated as onlookers got closer, Kabul police spokesman Basir Mujahid told AFP . Read More »

Iowa family vacationing in Mexico found dead

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The post was an update to an earlier post asking for help in finding the Sharps. "There has still not been any contact from them". When the family didn't arrive in St. "On Wednesday (March 14) at 7 p.m., Amy sent a text to our mom that said, 'We made it to our condo, '" Renee Hoyt told the Creston newspaper. She was shot dead in broad daylight last March as she drove her son to school. Read More »

Thousands of NJ students to participate in March For Our Lives rallies

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Hoping they can teach the grownups a lesson. Heather Adams said event will be a rally rather than an actual march. Numerous students are not yet old enough to vote, making do for now with their voices. Many greeted them as they wore their school colors. "It's going to be very revolutionary", she said. "I think they're going to realize at their age they're going to make a difference", he said. Read More »

Evacuation deal sees Syrian town in Damascus suburbs handed over

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Members of the Syrian civil defense search for survivors in the aftermath of an air strike in the rebel-held town of Harem in the northwestern Idlib province on March 22, 2018. Due to the intense air bombings by the regime and its supporters, civilians in eastern Ghouta can not leave their shelters. "This attack would appear to be the latest horrific example in that pattern", said Rawya Rageh, Amnesty International's crisis response senior adviser. Read More »

Trump tells Saudi prince he will work on arms deal

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During the Holy Week past year, President Duterte made a three-day stop at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as part of his three-nation swing in the Middle East which included the Kingdom of Bahrain, and State of Qatar. Saudi Arabia is at war with Iran, via the proxy of the conflict in Yemen. It is United States who will gain! Saudi Arabia was the first foreign country Trump visited after taking office, traveling to the kingdom in May and signing memorandums and agreements for defense ... Read More »

Trump Orders $50 Billion in Tariffs on Chinese Goods

China's move comes after US President Donald Trump on Thursday directed the trade representative to level tariffs on almost $50 billion worth of Chinese imports. "We are fully prepared to defend our legitimate interests", the ministry said. "Do not underestimate China's determination and capacity to safeguard its legitimate interests, and the price that the United States will have to pay for its arbitrary and reckless behaviour", she said. Read More »

Man protesting in front of QHS arrested

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Peel Regional Police said the sudden "violent assault", against an autistic man sitting on some stairs, happened at a Mississauga bus terminal around 10:45 p.m. Hardip Padda, a 44-year-old woman from Windsor, and Harmanvir Chahil, an 18-year-old male, also of Windsor, have both been released from custody and are due to appear May 2 in court. Read More »

Turkey condemns UN Commissioner over human rights report

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Turkey has blamed the coup on a network of followers of USA -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen and launched a massive crackdown on his supporters and others accused of links to terror groups. "This is simply outrageous, utterly cruel, and surely can not have anything whatsoever to do with making the country safer". Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu served as translator for the two men. Read More »

Mom: Austin bomber's black roommate held until suspect found

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Austin was hosting thousands of out-of-town visitors for its annual South by Southwest festival of music, film and technology when the first bombings occurred. In 2012, he created a blog for a United States government class project, the college said in a statement. Mark Conditt is thought to have carried out the bombings - killing two men and injuring several others. Read More »

Aid reaches Syria's Afrin as Turkish backed forces clear town

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The airstrikes take place amid the Turkish-led Operation Olive Branch across the Turkish border in Afrin, northwestern Syria, targeting the threat of the PKK's Syrian branch, the terrorist YPG/PYD/PKK. Turkish officials have said that Ankara and Washington had reached an "agreement" or "understanding" over the town and the US has agreed to pull out Kurdish fighters, a claim dismissed by USA officials. Read More »

Slight chance of severe storms tonight, unsettled weather to start next week

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Partly to mostly cloudy; a snow shower around late. Another cool day is on deck for Saturday . Our skies will gradually clear as we go through the day on Sunday , and temperatures will top out in the upper 40s to low 50s. It'll be warmer with highs finally near the seasonal norm, low/mid 50s. Tuesday: Patchy drizzle. Cloudy, with a high near 63. There will likely be showers with a few thunderstorms possible. Read More »

Family seeks justice for 22-year-old fatally shot by Sacramento police

Police say he turned and advanced toward the officers while holding an object in front of him. Clark's young sister was inside the house with his grandparents when police unleashed their hail of bullets. But a light-colored cell phone is visible in the video. The Sacramento Police Department said the man, who was black, was seen breaking into at least three vehicles and later into a neighbor's home. Read More »

MGA Entertainment CEO Trying To Save Toys R Us Stores

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The "Going Out of Business" sign was put on display at the Florence Toys R Us on Friday, as stores across the country started their liquidation sales. you don't have many companies that have that type of reputation and history", Eisner said in an interview with Dealerscope back in November . From the millions of in-store tantrums (thrown mostly by parents) to the excitement over countless boxes of sole-destroying Lego sets, there may never be another place like it. Read More »

Putin 'Will Use World Cup Like Hitler's Olympics', Agrees Johnson

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The 1936 Olympics provided a propaganda opportunity for Hitler and his Nazi regime in Germany, with the run-up to the Games marked by debate over whether it should be boycotted by other nations - most prominently in the US. Meanwhile, the British ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow, has been accused of snubbing a meeting called by the foreign ministry in Moscow to discuss Skripal case. Read More »

PKK reportedly exits from Sinjar in Iraq

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Under operation "Olive Branch" 3,213 terrorists have been neutralised till now. The Turkish Armed Forces' (TSK) operations against the PKK terror groups' camps in northern Iraq continue despite the hard terrain conditions. This comes just a day after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced maassive expansions in the war against Syria's Kurds, suggesting an expansion into Iraq, saying that one day Turkish troops could end up in Sinjar, a Yazidi (ethnic Kurdish) town in Iraq. Read More »

World's largest cryptocurrency exchange warned over Japan operations

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The crackdowns on cryptocurrency in China, Japan , and India have made Hong-Kong a hard base for Binance . Changpeng Zhao , the Binance founder and chief executive, tweeted about the controversy after Nikkei Asian Review broke the news and said that the company had an "active dialog" with the Financial Services Agency . Read More »

Donald Trump's Lead Russia Probe Lawyer John Dowd Resigns

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Mr Cobb has had a friendly working relationship with Mr Mueller for more than three decades, and Mr Dowd shares a common bond over their time as prosecutors and as Marines who served in Vietnam. Certainly, the one emphasizing cooperation has failed to bring about a speedy end to the probe, as his lawyers had publicly anticipated. Trump has taken to attacking Mueller aggressively concerned that the probe could be closing in on him personally. Read More »

Woman pimped children younger than 10 for drugs, cash, police say

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Police responded to the area of Sheridan Boulevard and Highland Park Drive at about 3:30 p.m. March 20 after a person called 911 to report an elderly woman being assaulted on a walking path. The informant told police the abuse had possibly been going on for as long as nine years, claiming the assaults occurred, "every other day". "They're really hard for the victim, their families, and officers and other authorities trying to investigate those", Coit said. Read More »

Congress votes for spending bill without Trump energy cuts; Trump signs bill

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Paul has said he wanted to read each of the bill's 2,200-plus pages before voting on it, and as of Thursday evening was tweeting excerpts that he found especially objectionable. The spending bill removed the earmark that protected funding for the project, but a Schumer aide said it should still get significant funding. Electronic logging devices (ELDs): Section 132 of the omnibus prohibits funds from being used to enforce the electronic logging device rule with respect to carriers ... Read More »