• Special day for Queen Elizabeth
Special day for Queen Elizabeth

The events were relatively muted compared to the Silver (25 years), Gold (50 years) and Diamond (60 years) Jubilees, which were celebrated with large-scale festivities across Britain. The 90-year-old royal looked elegant for her outing this morning dressing in a mint ensemble with black accents as she made her way into church. Indeed, a 2015 You...

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  • Canadian woman found guilty of hiding 6 baby burials
Canadian woman found guilty of hiding 6 baby burials

Giebrecht faces up to 12 years in prison as each charge carries a maximum sentence of two years. The full verdict states she is guilty on six charges of "disposing of a body of a dead child with intent to hide the delivery". During the trial, Giesbrecht's husband, who lived with her and "co-parented" their two living children until her arrest in ...

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  • No movement on HB2 repeal as official predicts crushing losses for NC
No movement on HB2 repeal as official predicts crushing losses for NC

Sports Association member, was hand delivered to the offices of all legislators Monday. "Our contacts at the NCAA tell us that, due to their stance on HB2, all North Carolina bids will be pulled from the review process and removed from consideration", Dupree wrote in the letter, obtained by WRAL News.

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  • Record number of child casualties cited in Afghan conflict, United Nations report says
Record number of child casualties cited in Afghan conflict, United Nations report says

He said foreign forces were the major perpetrators of Afghan civilian casualties as they dropped tons of bombs on people and raided homes. The report states that 923 children in Afghanistan were killed in 2016, a 25% increase from the previous year.

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  • Pence Says Trump Is Just 'Speaking His Mind' When He Tweets
Pence Says Trump Is Just 'Speaking His Mind' When He Tweets

The vice president said he doesn't believe Trump was undermining the system of checks-and-balances when he criticized the judge on Twitter. "President Trump has a lot of priorities, but his number one priority is the safety and security of the American people, and that's why this decisive action took place".

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  • Christie rushes to Trump's defense after Russian Federation exchange with O'Reilly
Christie rushes to Trump's defense after Russian Federation exchange with O'Reilly

Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who competed with Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, also rejected the idea that there was a moral equivalency between the US and Russian Federation. presidential campaign to help Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton. Mr Trump has long expressed a wish for better ties with Moscow, praised Mr Putin ...

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  • EC seeks response of AIADMK on Sasikala Pushpa's complaint
EC seeks response of AIADMK on Sasikala Pushpa's complaint

In a move that is sure to raise eyebrows, Jayalalithaa's close aide and trusted lieutenant Sheela Balakrishnan, IAS, has been relieved from her post as advisor to Tamil Nadu government. Pushpa, who had been expelled from the party, on Saturday said she had submitted a "letter of dissent" to the poll panel on the "undemocratic nomination" of VK Sas...

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  • Trump blasts Australian PM, hangs up on him
Trump blasts Australian PM, hangs up on him

But Mr Trump tweeted: "Do you believe it?" But Mr. Turnbull denied that, saying that "the president assured me he would follow through" on the deal. The official described Trump as "very strong" in Saturday's call and particularly concerned about the deal. Turnbull declined to comment on whether Trump hung up on him, according to a transcri...

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  • 'El Chapo' lawyers say jail conditions are too strict in NYC
'El Chapo' lawyers say jail conditions are too strict in NYC

On Friday, defense attorneys sought to relax some of the security measures surrounding Guzman's incarceration. The wife, Emma Coronel, sat in the front of the gallery during Guzman's court appearance. Guzman is due back in court May 5. He was transported from jail in Lower Manhattan to federal court in downtown Brooklyn in a 12-car caravan that shu...

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  • Merkel to Erdogan: Opposition Is Part of Democracy
Merkel to Erdogan: Opposition Is Part of Democracy

Under the agreement, Turkey agreed to block the flow of refugees across its border into Europe in exchange for cash assistance and eased visa requirements for Turkish citizens. 'We agree we want to cooperate, we are all affected by this. 'Such an expression is not correct because Islam and terror can not be associated. "The term "Islamist ter...

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  • DHS will continue to enforce Trump's travel ban
DHS will continue to enforce Trump's travel ban

The New York Times , citing "two American officials", reports that Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly "had suggested green card holders be exempted from the order", but presidential advisers Stephen Bannon and Stephen Miller "overruled him".

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  • Several shooters kill 6 worshipers at Quebec City mosque
Several shooters kill 6 worshipers at Quebec City mosque

She says the dead were approximately 35 to 70 years of age. Thirty-nine people were unharmed. In Ontario in 2015, a mosque was torched the day after the Paris attack. Trudeau finished his statements with remarks on how Muslims are an important part of Canadian society. "Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada".

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  • France's Le Pen Misses Deadline To Repay Misspent Funds To EU
France's Le Pen Misses Deadline To Repay Misspent Funds To EU

Changing its racist and anti-Semitic image has taken time, determination and a bitter family feud. Le Pen told French news agency AFP that she would not pay. An EU parliament letter to le Pen published by Challenges magazine gives Tuesday as the deadline to begin repayment of about 300,000 euros ($322,000).

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  • United Nations to hold technical meeting over Syria in Astana
United Nations to hold technical meeting over Syria in Astana

Earlier in the day, a spokesman of the Syria's Tomorrow Movement told Sputnik that differing visions on the future of Syria among the opposition parties make it extremely hard to form a unified front, adding that the group opposes the "official" opposition's activities, namely "lenience" toward al-Nusra Front terrorist group, "which is unacceptable...

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  • Hillary Clinton signs two book deals
Hillary Clinton signs two book deals

The book is set to be published this fall by Simon & Schuster. "I hope by sharing these words and my thoughts about them, the essays will be meaningful for readers", Clinton said . The picture book will be released in September priced £12.99, illustrated by Marla Frazee. As with the original book, Clinton will be donating the proceeds of the b...

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  • Trump's Border Wall Could Cost $120 per American Household
Trump's Border Wall Could Cost $120 per American Household

While Mexico's most trade with China is in the form of imports, "our exports are also growing", noted Videgaray. The call comes after threats by U.S. Malcolm DeKryger, president of IN pork producer Belstra Milling, said he was anxious Mexico would impose tariffs on USA ham, which could cause Mexican buyers to turn to Brazil or Europe.

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  • This Immigrant's Family Was Destroyed After Donald Trump's Muslim Ban
This Immigrant's Family Was Destroyed After Donald Trump's Muslim Ban

Mike Hager , an Iraq war veteran from IL, is blaming President Trump's travel ban for his mother's death. Mr Hager was allowed to pass, but his mother and family members - all of whom are green card holders - were denied access. "She's gone because of him", Hager said in reference to President Trump. The Imam confirms that Hager's mother died ...

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  • Tech Companies Worry About Cherished Tech Visas
Tech Companies Worry About Cherished Tech Visas

It is offering those employees legal support regarding immigration . Silicon Valley and Green Hills at Dusk. Most have overseas suppliers, and their worldwide markets are bigger than their US one. Uber's Travis Kalanick, and Tesla's Elon Musk, are both part of an advisory panel scheduled to meet with President Trump on Friday. Immigration e...

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  • Trump Won't Target U.S. Citizens in Terror Strikes, Spicer Says
Trump Won't Target U.S. Citizens in Terror Strikes, Spicer Says

Among the victims was the 8-year-old girl Nawar al-Awlaki, the daughter of Anwar al-Awlaki, a US citizen and extremist propagandist with links to al-Qaeda who was assassinated in a drone stroke in Yemen in 2011. They [the SEALS] entered another house and killed everybody in it, including all the women. The U.S. has been striking al-Qaida in Yemen...

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  • Celebs Support #DeleteUber Movement Due To Company's Response To Muslim Ban
Celebs Support #DeleteUber Movement Due To Company's Response To Muslim Ban

Taxi drivers protested as well by boycotting the airport. In a tweet sent during the strike , Uber said it would suspend surge pricing for users ordering rides to the airport. Kalanick said he will however raise the issue with Trump when he meets him as part of his role on Trump's economic advisory council along with Elon Musk.

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  • Trump Reaffirms US Commitment to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation in Conversation With Hollande
Trump Reaffirms US Commitment to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation in Conversation With Hollande

In their phone call, the first since Trump's inauguration, the two leaders recognized that the alliance must be capable of facing new threats, according to a White House statement, and that all members must contribute their "fair share". Hollande said: "We must conduct firm dialogue with the new American administration which has shown it has its...

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  • Former secretary of Nazi propagandist Goebbels dies at 106
Former secretary of Nazi propagandist Goebbels dies at 106

In that documentary, Pomsel talks about her three years working for the man responsible for spreading Adolf Hitler's lethal ideology in newspapers and across the airwaves. Brunhilde Pomsel died on January 27 in a care home in the southern city of Munich, said Christian Kroenes, who conducted extensive interviews with her for his 2016 film " A Germa...

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  • AG Ferguson seeks halt to Trump's immigration Executive Order
AG Ferguson seeks halt to Trump's immigration Executive Order

Federal judges in three states followed a USA judge in NY in barring authorities from deporting travelers affected by Trump's executive order. The order suspended all immigration for citizens of the seven countries for 90 days. Trump, a businessman who successfully tapped into American fears about terror attacks during his campaign, had promised ...

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  • Iran protests Trump's visa ban - agency
Iran protests Trump's visa ban - agency

A White House official later named the restricted countries as Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia. Iran's foreign ministry said on Saturday it would ban Americans from entering the country in response to Trump's "insulting" order restricting arrivals from Iran and six other mostly Muslim countries.

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  • Trump orders Pentagon to send plan to defeat ISIS within 30 days
Trump orders Pentagon to send plan to defeat ISIS within 30 days

Under the document, the U.S. leader tells his administration to immediately start drafting a new plan of efforts to defeat the Islamic State (outlawed in Russia). "That all entails new uses of military power. and that opens the prospect of a deeper involvement with more casualties". He claimed he knew more than US generals and had a secret plan t...

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  • Refugees Detained At US Airports After Trump Signed Executive Order
Refugees Detained At US Airports After Trump Signed Executive Order

Nadler and Velazquez said on Twitter Saturday that they went to JFK Airport to demand the men's release . Darweesh had been granted a Special Immigrant Visa on January 20 "as a result of his service to the United States as an interpreter, engineer and contractor", the complaint said.

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  • You Can Blame Beijing's Smog For Fewer Fireworks This Chinese New Year
You Can Blame Beijing's Smog For Fewer Fireworks This Chinese New Year

Celebrations around the world welcome the year of the rooster begin the New Year's Eve anyway, concluding 15 days later in the Lantern Festival. It's also advised to settle debts ahead of the New Year, credit card bills included. People in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States celebrate the festival, but none of these co...

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  • Ohio Sen. Rob Portman urges President Donald Trump to keep Russian sanctions
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman urges President Donald Trump to keep Russian sanctions

Trump says he wants good relations with Russian Federation and declined to say whether he was ready to lift sanctions on Moscow, which visiting British Prime Minister Theresa May said must stay in place. Those remarks sparked controversy, and pushback from Republican Sen. Sanctions are in force right now to punish Russia's expansionism in Ukrai...

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  • Shadow minister quits over Article 50 bill
Shadow minister quits over Article 50 bill

Even two Labour whips - Jeff Smith and Thangam Debbonaire - have said they will refuse to vote in favour of the Article 50 Bill , in a freakish show of parliamentary self-flagellation. That decision has strained Corbyn's authority over a party whose membership is deeply divided between its traditional working class voters, who strongly supported B...

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  • Bulls guard Rajon Rondo calls out Dwayne Wade, Jimmy Butler
Bulls guard Rajon Rondo calls out Dwayne Wade, Jimmy Butler

Rondo attended summer league on his own and even went to Hoffman Estates to support young players on Development League assignments with the Windy City Bulls. That was the gist of it, no matter how much they tried to dress it up as two guys sick of losing. They recently lost to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday despite leading by nine late in the game...

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  • Syrian talks in Astana successful - Turkish top diplomat
Syrian talks in Astana successful - Turkish top diplomat

Russian Federation and Iran have worked to secure Syria President Bashar al-Assad's survival against the rebels, while Turkey has been the fighters with the supplies needed to sustain their revolt. Looking forward, the real test of the peace process will be if it can calm the fighting in the key rebel-held enclave of Wadi Barada. An official in o...

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  • Dutch Government International Abortion Fund
Dutch Government International Abortion Fund

According to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID ), the Mexico City rules state that foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that receive money from USAID can not perform or promote abortions as a family planning method.

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  • Trump to revive Keystone XL, Dakota Access pipelines
Trump to revive Keystone XL, Dakota Access pipelines

The American Civil Liberties Union called the signing of the executive orders a "slap in the face". Donald Trump has signed executive orders to advance construction of two controversial oil pipelines. The Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the project, which was published by the State Department in January 2014, lays ou...

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  • Train Plows Into Semi At Utah Crossing
Train Plows Into Semi At Utah Crossing

Less than a minute after the gates rose, the train smashed into the truck. A second semi with two trailers, moving toward the officer's auto from the opposite traffic lane, was struck. The crossing gates are created to remain down and active when there is a power outage or lack of signal , according to the release. The two people in the cab of the...

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  • New Gambian President to Return Home Following Political Crisis
New Gambian President to Return Home Following Political Crisis

Thousands of troops from five African countries are now deployed in the tiny nation. President Obiang "informed the Council of Ministers of the decision of the State to host the former head of state of the Republic of The Gambia Yahya Jammeh".

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"Russia, Iran and Turkey Agree to Support 'Fragile" Syria Truce

The Kremlin also hailed the talks as paving the way for the resumption of intra-Syrian talks in Geneva, Switzerland. He stressed that time will tell if the Astana process proves effective. Meanwhile, commenting on the results of the talks in Astana, Boris Dolgov, a senior researcher at the Center for Arabic and Islamic Studies at Russia's Academy...

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  • Russian Cybersecurity Expert At Kaspersky Lab Arrested For Treason
Russian Cybersecurity Expert At Kaspersky Lab Arrested For Treason

The work of Kaspersky Lab's Computer Incidents Investigation Team is unaffected by these developments. Stoyanov was said to have actively worked with FSB and his arrest may have been linked to arrest of one of the FSB department heads, Kommersant reported previous year, citing a source close to FSB.

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  • Congress names Priyanka Gandhi as 'star campaigner' for UP polls
Congress names Priyanka Gandhi as 'star campaigner' for UP polls

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra played a significant role in striking an alliance with the Samajwadi Party in the poll-bound state, securing 105 seats for Congress in the deal. The idea, said the sources, is to be seen by the voters that the Congress and SP have not come together due to political expediency but are fighting the polls jointly based on some sh...

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  • Melania Trump: Fulfilling the first lady's role her way
Melania Trump: Fulfilling the first lady's role her way

But thrust into the spotlight at the Republican National Convention, she became the target of social media roasting, after her speech included several passages mirroring Michelle Obama's 2008 DNC address. As for when the first lady and their son will move into the White House, Trump's former transition spokesperson Jason Miller told CNN that ti...

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  • Trump 'Should Be Ashamed of Himself,' Says Former CIA Director
Trump 'Should Be Ashamed of Himself,' Says Former CIA Director

On Sunday, January 22, Trump's counselor Kellyanne Conway criticized Brennan for his remarks about the president's speech at the CIA, calling the former intelligence leader a "partisan political hack". It was not certain whether Mr Trump's visit did much to fix the morale of an agency that strives to avoid any hints of partisanship and is unn...

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  • Investigators describe 'likely' crash site as searchers for MH370 return to port
Investigators describe 'likely' crash site as searchers for MH370 return to port

Wreckage of the crashed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is "highly likely" to be somewhere north of the area where the almost three-year long search was suspended last Tuesday, according to the head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).

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  • Trump Advisor Calls Press Secretary's Falsehoods
Trump Advisor Calls Press Secretary's Falsehoods "Alternative Facts"

Trump publicly complained about media coverage of the size of his inauguration crowd during a visit to Central Intelligence Agency headquarters Saturday. He was president for eight years. "He is not going to release his tax returns", Conway said to Stephanopoulos. "I will really gladly give [my tax returns]", he said.

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  • 'Shazam!' Delayed As Dwayne Johnson Instead Focuses on Black Adam Solo Movie
'Shazam!' Delayed As Dwayne Johnson Instead Focuses on Black Adam Solo Movie

According to Deadline , Warner has chose to split the Shazam film into two. Black Adam is traditionally positioned as a villain, and Shazam's most risky adversary, but expect to see a different Black Adam in the movies. Black Adam is Shazam's arch-nemesis, and during the pre-production phase of Shazam! the studio reportedly decide...

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  • Turkey's President Erdogan wins power-boosting vote
Turkey's President Erdogan wins power-boosting vote

If the reforms are approved , Turkey plans to hold presidential elections in 2019 and the victor would be eligible to remain in office for up to two five-year terms. "Now we convey the issue to its real owner, our people", Anadolu quoted Yildirim as saying. Debates over the constitution changes have been heated.

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  • Unidentified gunman attacks Turkish police in Istanbul, no casualties: DHA
Unidentified gunman attacks Turkish police in Istanbul, no casualties: DHA

The suspect accused of carrying out the New Year's Eve attack on an Istanbul nightclub, Abdulgadir Masharipov, was being held in the building, Dogan news agency reported. The gunman was identified as a member of the outlawed Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) and he is a Turkish citizen named Serif Turunc, Hurriyet daily noted.

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  • South Korean Culture Minister Arrested For Black List Of Artists
South Korean Culture Minister Arrested For Black List Of Artists

The culture minister, who assumed office last autumn, is the first sitting minister ever to be arrested, Reuters reports. The 50-year-old is accused of drafting a list that blacklisted cultural figures such as actors, painters, poets, and musicians.

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  • OPEC committee agrees on measures to monitor output cuts
OPEC committee agrees on measures to monitor output cuts

The production slash agreement between OPEC and non-OPEC countries is respected by all the participating parties, said Novak, adding that their total production cut may be higher than 1.7 million barrels per day in January. OPEC's production fell by 220,900 barrels a day to 33.085 million a day in December, led by declines in Saudi Arabia and Niger...

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  • Crocodile Kills Australian Man Wading Through Northern Territory
Crocodile Kills Australian Man Wading Through Northern Territory

The 47-year-old was wading through crocodile-infested waters at Cahills Crossing near Kakadu National Park at 4pm on Thursday when he was dragged under the surface by the beast. The last fatal crocodile attack at the crossing, on the East Alligator River, was in 1987. The group were forced to clamber onto the vehicle's roof and shout for help u...

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  • China preparing to hit back if trade war erupts: U.S. business group
China preparing to hit back if trade war erupts: U.S. business group

Mr Trump said in an interview on Friday that the policy was negotiable. The Chinese government responded angrily that the policy is "non-negotiable". "The government of the People's Republic of China is the only legitimate government representing China ". In a changing landscape, enhancing one's own strength is most important.

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  • Search For Missing Flight MH370 Suspended After Almost 3 Years
Search For Missing Flight MH370 Suspended After Almost 3 Years

Transport Minister Darren Chester said the high cost of the investigation - about Aus$200 million (US$150 million) was not a factor in the decision, which came after the designated search zone of 120,000 square kilometres (46 square miles) was completed without success.

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