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Footage posted online showed a bashed-up vehicle in the middle of the floor of a marquee at Blake's nightclub. Kent police say they have arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder. Footage posted on social media showed a large auto inside a marquee at the Blake's nightclub on Queen Street as shocked clubbers were led to safety by police.
  • Mini beast from the East hits UK

    Mini beast from the East hits UK

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    In the meantime, weather prediction maps from the Met Office and Weather Outlook show when and where snow will fall across the United Kingdom on Saturday. Just when we thought spring had finally arrived, the Beast From The East made a comeback at the weekend. And a yellow warning for snow and ice in force for the entire day covers almost the whole of Britain.
  • Winning ticket sold as US Powerball jackpot climbs to $455 mil

    Winning ticket sold as US Powerball jackpot climbs to $455 mil

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    The jacket was the eighth largest in the history of the game, the lottery said . Lottery officials didn't say where the ticket was bought. The winning numbers were 22, 57, 59, 60, 66 and Powerball 7. Otherwise the victor can receive 30 graduate payments over 29 years in an annuity. The location where the winning ticket was sold was not disclosed.
  • Snow warning for Weston upgraded by Met Office

    Snow warning for Weston upgraded by Met Office

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    A weather warning for snow across the whole of Cornwall has been upgraded to amber. Vast swathes of the east of the United Kingdom have seen more snowfall overnight, as temperatures plunged to about minus 5C in parts. More than 70 flights have been cancelled at Heathrow airport on Saturday in anticipation of the snow and ice, and Highways England has advised motorists to avoid trans-Pennine roads.
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in escalating spy dispute

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in escalating spy dispute

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    British police said there is no apparent link between the attack on Glushkov and the poisoning of the Skripals, but both have raised alarm in the West at a time when Russian Federation is increasingly assertive on the global stage and is facing investigations over alleged interference in the Donald Trump's 2016 election as USA president.
  • USA puts pressure on Europe to enforce Iran nuclear deal

    USA puts pressure on Europe to enforce Iran nuclear deal

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    It said they must agree to "fix the awful flaws of the Iran nuclear deal" - which was sealed under his predecessor Barack Obama - or he would refuse to extend United States sanctions relief on Iran. Senior Iranian officials have repeatedly said their missile programme is not up for negotiation . "But still we think there's no need for whatever supplementary agreements today", he said.
  • Putin casts ballot in Russian presidential election

    Putin casts ballot in Russian presidential election

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    Writing in The Sun on Sunday , he said the Kremlin's tit-for-tat expulsion of 23 British diplomats and the closures of the British consulate in St Petersburg and the British Council would only impact Vladimir Putin's compatriots. But Russian presidential contender Ksenia Sobchak, a former TV star who is the only candidate to openly criticize Putin, said blame did not lie entirely with Britain.
  • Russia to expel 23 UK diplomats in spy row

    Russia to expel 23 UK diplomats in spy row

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    The British Council is a cultural institute with artistic, language and educational programs. The country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it had ordered the diplomats to leave within a week, moments after Britain's ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow left the ministry in Moscow .
  • Orange snow-ice warning issued as snow showers expected

    Orange snow-ice warning issued as snow showers expected

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    An orange snow ice warning has been extended until midday. Dublin Bus are running but are expecting minor disruptions while flight operations at Dublin airport have resumed after a 40-minute suspension to clear snow. As a result, the Red Luas line is not travelling to Tallaght. Due to adverse weather conditions the Festival Big Day Out event scheduled to run from 12-6pm today in Merrion Square will not take place.
  • Russia Vows To Expel British Diplomats

    Russia Vows To Expel British Diplomats

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    The British ambassador to Moscow, Laurie Bristow, was summoned to the Foreign Ministry where he was told of the expulsions. The incident revived memories of the fate of Alexander Litvinenko, a Russian dissident who died of Polonium radiation poisoning in London in 2006 in an attack that Britain also blamed on Russia.
  • Israeli soldiers dead, 2 hurt in West Bank auto attack

    Israeli soldiers dead, 2 hurt in West Bank auto attack

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    Roughly 600,000 Israelis now live on more than 100 Jewish-only settlements built in the West Bank since Israel occupied the territory - along with East Jerusalem - in 1967. The incident happened amid high tension on Friday after Hamas called for protests to mark 100 days since US President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital .
  • "Witch hunt!" - Donald Trump ramps up criticism of U.S. special counsel investigation

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    Bush. Gowdy, a Republican stalwart who led investigations of the Benghazi attacks, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server, and the Department of Justice's "Fast and Furious" gun-running operation, stopped just short of calling Trump's lawyers amateurs, as the administration's public relations campaign against Mueller reaches a fever pitch.
  • Russian diplomats denied access to Skripal

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    An invitation for Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to visit Britain has been canceled, and British ministers and royals won't attend the soccer World Cup in Russia this summer. James Sherr and John Lough, associate fellows of Chatham House's Russian Federation and Eurasia Programme, date Britain's vulnerability back to the assassination of former FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko in 2006.
  • PM Abbasi meets US Vice President Pence to discuss Afghan peace process

    PM Abbasi meets US Vice President Pence to discuss Afghan peace process

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    The warning, given at a special news briefing on Friday afternoon, followed the unscheduled Abbasi-Pence meeting at the US Naval Observatory, the vice president's official residence. According to sources, the Pakistani premier met U.S. officials at a local hotel where diplomats from the Pakistani embassy were also present. "It's Pakistan's choice in which direction it wants to take the future of the relationship", the official said adding that the United States was still engaging Pakistani ...
  • South Australian election expected to be close in three-way contest

    South Australian election expected to be close in three-way contest

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    The established parties-the centre-right Liberals and Labor-face a huge challenge from a new minor party, SA Best, led by ex-federal independent senator, centrist Nick Xenophon. Xenophon spent Friday campaigning the only way he knows how, unleashing what might be his final political stunt in the seat of Hartley, where he is narrowly behind Liberal incumbent Vincent Tarzia.
  • Saudi: If Iran obtains nuclear bomb, we will do the same

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    Saudi Arabia , like Trump is a fierce opponent of the Iran nuclear deal, and United States officials were due to meet their European Union counterparts in Berlin on Thursday to discuss how to resolve their differences over whether the deal can be rescued.
  • Florida airmen among victims of Iraq crash

    Florida airmen among victims of Iraq crash

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    In their initial statements, officials said the helicopter, which is used by the Air Force for combat search and rescue, was in transit when it went down Thursday afternoon near the town of Qaim in Anbar Province. Since Sept. 11, 2001, 27 members of the New York National Guard - including these four Airmen - have died in Iraq. He joined the 106th Rescue Wing in 2013, after serving as an armament systems specialist with the 113th Wing, District of Columbia Air National Guard, and RC-26 pilot ...
  • Russian Federation expels United Kingdom diplomats in retaliation amid ex-spy poisoning row

    Russian Federation expels United Kingdom diplomats in retaliation amid ex-spy poisoning row

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    Britain previously accused Russian Federation of being behind what it has called the "brazen" nerve-agent attack on Sergei Skripal , 66, and his daughter, Yulia, 33, in Salisbury, England, on March 4. The poisoning of 66-year-old Sergei Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury with a nerve agent identified by British authorities as one made only by Russian Federation has thrown the two countries' relations into a profound crisis.
  • UP bypoll results not referendum on Yogi Adityanath govt, says Amit Shah

    UP bypoll results not referendum on Yogi Adityanath govt, says Amit Shah

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    But they did come together and dealt a body blow to the BJP with a humiliating defeat in the prestigious bye-elections in Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha constituencies in UP. On the SP-BSP tie-up, he said the BJP is confident of getting more than 50 per cent votes in UP in the next Lok Sabha elections. "BJP has nothing to fear even if SP-BSP strike an alliance".
  • Nadda re-elected to Rajya Sabha from Himachal

    Nadda re-elected to Rajya Sabha from Himachal

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    On March 11, the Congress announced formally that it would not contest the seat. Actor-turned-politician and senior BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha (known as "Shot-gun Sinha" for his witty and instant replies) has taken the party and its leaders to task for the Lok Sabha by-poll reverses suffered by the Party in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
  • 10 quick facts about singer Daler Mehndi

    10 quick facts about singer Daler Mehndi

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    The Punjab court has given this verdict in an abduction case, which was filed in 2003, and now he has been sentenced to 2 years of imprisonment. In 2006, Patiala Police documented two release petitions expressing Daler Mehndi to be guiltless, however the court had maintained that the vocalist be indicted as there seemed to be "adequate proof against him on the legal record and degree for facilitate examination".
  • Thousands of Syrians take to the roads as battles rage on

    Thousands of Syrians take to the roads as battles rage on

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    A wounded Syrian man waits to receive treatment at a makeshift hospital following government bombardment in Kafr Batna in the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta. During campaigns to recover other areas, the Syrian government has taken territory by allowing rebel fighters and opposition activists safe passage out to insurgent-held areas at the Turkish border.
  • U.S. puts pressure on Europe to enforce Iran nuclear deal

    U.S. puts pressure on Europe to enforce Iran nuclear deal

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    The nomination of Mike Pompeo to be the next secretary of state signals President Donald Trump's determination to quit the landmark Iran nuclear deal , which could cause it to unravel, according to national security and arms-control experts.
  • NextEra Energy Inc (NEE) Shares Sold by Credit Agricole SA

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    Tenaris S.A. (NYSE:TS) has risen 25.06% since March 17, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 2.23% the S&P500. Sell-side firms are projecting that the stock will reach 167.73 within the next year. 2,844 shares were sold by Sieving Charles E , worth $439,881. Schmidt P J Inv Mgmt Inc has invested 1.31% in NextEra Energy, Inc. Jefferies maintained Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
  • Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats in response to spy-poisoning accusations

    Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats in response to spy-poisoning accusations

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    In the strongest statement yet from the U.S. administration on the affair, Haley said Washington shared the UK's assessment that the Russian state was behind the poisoning and demanded a firm global response. Ambassador Alexander Shulgin also sought to shift possible blame, saying Western special agents spirited Russian chemical weapons experts out of the country in the 1990s and work continued on their research.
  • Man arrested after two women shot dead in St Leonards

    Man arrested after two women shot dead in St Leonards

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    The road was closed and police advised the public to stay indoors. Police have launched a murder investigation after two women were tragically killed in Bexhill Road, St Leonards, last night. "They are being supported by specially-trained officers". She said: "There's a great community spirit among residents of West St Leonards which I know will help the families and friends of the victims".
  • Parkland school shooting surveillance shows resource officer's response

    Parkland school shooting surveillance shows resource officer's response

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    The Broward County Sheriff's Office on Thursday released 30 minutes of surveillance video taken outside the high school following a judge's order, citing " strong public interest ". When back up officers arrived at the scene he told them the gunman was outside, according to his lawyer, this was backed up by "radio transmissions [which] indicated that there was a gunshot victim in the area of the football field".
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats over ex-spy poisoning accusations

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats over ex-spy poisoning accusations

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    He said the US was taking the matter "very seriously, as I think are many others". On the same day the British police launch a murder probe into Glushkov's death. U.S. President Donald Trump said it looked as though the Russians were behind it. The leaders of France, Germany, the United States and the UK have issued a joint statement blaming Russian Federation for the nerve agent attack in Salisbury as Moscow said it will expel British diplomats in retaliation for Theresa May's ...
  • Russian Federation summons British ambassador over spy poisoning dispute

    Russian Federation summons British ambassador over spy poisoning dispute

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    The mayor of Yekaterinburg, Russia's fourth-largest city, Yevgeny Roizman, said that local officials and state employees were told by "higher-up" to make sure that presidential voter turnout reaches over 60 percent. He said that Britain had expelled the Russian diplomats after Moscow had failed to explain how the nerve toxin had got to Britain. Voters in Russia's Perm region said they were coming under pressure from their employers to vote Sunday - and to prove it.
  • Korean Top Diplomat's Sweden Talks Could Pave Way for Trump-Kim Summit

    Korean Top Diplomat's Sweden Talks Could Pave Way for Trump-Kim Summit

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    She said Seoul has a "clear" stated goal of complete denuclearization of North Korea , though it will take a long while because the weapons program is "very advanced". Choe Kang Il, a deputy director general for North American affairs at North Korea's foreign ministry, plans to attend the "track 1.5 talks", according to Yonhap, reflecting planned contact between former USA officials and current North Korean ones in a broader bid to end the standoff over North Korea's weapons programmes.
  • We do not fear SP, BSP coming together: Yogi

    We do not fear SP, BSP coming together: Yogi

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    Obviously, it would be rather naive to read these verdicts as precursor of an imminent downfall of the BJP . Voters did not take election seriously like their party did. But they were busy parading farmers in Maharashtra where they did not have any stake in electoral politics. Though the BJP has got an unprecedented acceptance among the people of Northeast India, two consecutive events have spoiled the mood of top leadership as well as party workers.
  • The Most Moving Signs From The National School Walkout Against Gun Violence

    The Most Moving Signs From The National School Walkout Against Gun Violence

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    Students organized an attempt on Thursday morning. Some were there to honor the 17 people killed in Parkland, Fla. Some schools gave students a free pass to leave the building for the protest on Wednesday. "We are today. And we will decide tomorrow", said Kailyn Erb, who had led the march from Chico State. She said Principal Kenneth Wolfarth and Assistant Principal Erica Howick helped her organize Maplewood's walkout .