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Firas al-Doumi, a rescue worker inside the battered town, told AFP military planes and helicopters were circling overhead. State television and Syrian newspapers said last Sunday that the deal with Jaish al Islam would have involved the group handing over heavy and mid-sized weapons and acknowledging Syrian government sovereignty over Douma.
  • Trump threatens more China tariffs, Beijing ready to hit back

    Trump threatens more China tariffs, Beijing ready to hit back

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    He said that improper trade practices by China and the theft of intellectual property had harmed the US economy. These moves also violated the " Statement of Administrative Action" submitted by former U.S. Trump tweeted that China gets "tremendous perks and advantages" at the World Trade Organisation because it is considered a developing nation. People are surprised, I'm not! On April 3 , the US Trade Representative (USTR) had announced the 25 per cent tariffs on imports from China as ...
  • Avengers: Infinity War Gets A Fan-Made Supercut Trailer

    Avengers: Infinity War Gets A Fan-Made Supercut Trailer

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    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) saw the Sovereign, a highly advanced and genetically engineered galactic race seeking to ideal themselves, create Adam Warlock to serve as a mighty weapon. The film is scheduled for an April 27 release and is expected to kick off a solid summer movie season that includes Solo: A Star Wars Story, Mission: Impossible - Fallout and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
  • Killing in the capital - London's latest teenage victim

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    Scotland Yard has said it is now investigating 55 suspected murders since the start of 2018, including the deaths of two children whose bodies were found in Sussex. Mr Osborn-Brooks, who was at home with his disabled wife Maureen, had found two men inside the address and a struggle ensued between him and the men.
  • The stage is set for the IPL opening ceremony

    The stage is set for the IPL opening ceremony

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    While Fleming may have sounded optimistic about his team's pace attack, there are still severe limitations they have to deal with. Owing to the ban on team Chennai Super Kings , MS Dhoni's will be seen taking on the field after a couple of years.
  • Judith Giuliani Latest News, Photos, and Videos

    Judith Giuliani Latest News, Photos, and Videos

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    The pair's divorce will be the third for both Rudy and Judith , who between them have three children-two from Rudy's previous marriages and one from her previous marriage. He became known as "America's mayor" after 9/11 due to his much-praised leadership in the days following the terrorist attacks. He ran unsuccessfully for USA president in 2008.
  • CWG: Indian eves outshine Fiji in lawn bowls Fours play

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    Sanjita had won a 48kg category gold medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Falls by Fenton and Stanhope would ultimately make the difference on the scoreboard although the inexperienced England line-up still finished comfortably ahead of hosts Australia, who edged out Wales for bronze.
  • Amit Shah issues clarification on comparing opposition with animals

    Amit Shah issues clarification on comparing opposition with animals

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    Clarifying the parallel he drew, Shah said, "Snake and a mongoose are natural enemies and that is why I drew the parallel, because these parties are going against their own ideology in coming together against the wave of Modi ji". "Even if Parliament was not functioning, we have held meetings with ministries to address the problems faced by our people", he said. The BJP, in order to bring maximum people for the rally, had chartered 28 trains, officials said.
  • Truck collides with bus carrying Humboldt Broncos ice hockey team

    Truck collides with bus carrying Humboldt Broncos ice hockey team

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    The Humboldt Broncos were travelling on Highway 35, north of Tisdale in the province of Saskatchewan. "Tonight's game has been canceled", The Hawks explained on Twitter. Traffic is blocked near the scene and RCMP said they expect that to continue for several hours, with drivers facing lengthy delays. Motorists were being asked to avoid the area.
  • Facebook, Inc. (FB) stock price is -9.96% below from 50 SMA

    Facebook, Inc. (FB) stock price is -9.96% below from 50 SMA

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    Facebook, Inc .is uptrending after having risen 8.48% since April 6, 2017. Investors should be prepared for market situations that provide ample opportunities. Looking at some alternate time periods, the 12 month price index is 1.13590, the 24 month is 1.40197, and the 36 month is 1.92221. Following the completion of the transaction, the insider now directly owns 381,521 shares of the company's stock, valued at $71,661,089.43.
  • Federal, BC privacy czars team up to investigate Facebook and AggregateIQ

    Federal, BC privacy czars team up to investigate Facebook and AggregateIQ

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    Facebook says the new labeling will appear on ads later this Spring. The company did not specify what number of followers would trigger the requirement. Some investors see the chaos as a chance to snap up shares in a service for which there is scarce alternative, despite rising public scrutiny and the prospect of a grilling from USA legislators when Zuckerberg testifies before Congress next week.
  • India's contribution towards Nepal development will continue: Modi

    India's contribution towards Nepal development will continue: Modi

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    Prime Minister Oli arrived in India on Friday, April 6, for a three-day visit. As part of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government's neighbourhood-first foreign policy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nepal's premier K.P. Three pacts related to agriculture research and development and education and training, exploring the possibility of inland water navigation up to Indian ports from Nepal, and extension of the Indian railway up to Kathmandu are expected to be signed on Saturday.
  • Trump wants 2000 to 4000 National Guard members at border with Mexico

    Trump wants 2000 to 4000 National Guard members at border with Mexico

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    Col. Travis Walters, a spokesman for the Texas Military Department, the agency that oversees the state's National Guard branches, said in a statement . By Tuesday, he'd kicked things up a notch, making a surprise announcement at a luncheon: He planned to send the military to guard the border . That's compared with 26,662 people arrested in February and 25,978 in January, according to CBP data.
  • Bahrain claims new oil field could contain 80B barrels

    Bahrain claims new oil field could contain 80B barrels

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    Bahrain's National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA), alongside global consultants DeGolyer and MacNaughton, Halliburton, and Schlumberger, today provided new details on the Kingdom's largest ever discovery of oil and gas, with tight oil amounting to at least 80 billion barrels.
  • These are the Central American migrants crossing Mexico in a car

    These are the Central American migrants crossing Mexico in a car

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    Mexican politicians put aside differences Thursday to condemn U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to deploy National Guard troops to the border. "Sanctuary cities, It's the worst". The anti-immigration president said the National Guard deployment would range from 2,000 to 4,000 troops, and he would "probably" keep many personnel on the border until his wall is built - spelling out a lengthy mission.
  • Panthers Davis Says He's Been Suspended By NFL

    Panthers Davis Says He's Been Suspended By NFL

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    Davis, who previously said 2018 would be his final season, ended his video message to say he might decide to play beyond this after his suspension. The former first-round pick was hit with a two-game suspension last season after making a vicious block against Packers receiver Davante Adams.
  • USA attorney general renews calls to prosecute first-time border crossers

    USA attorney general renews calls to prosecute first-time border crossers

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    What's also insane? That the American people have to witness the revolving door of scandal and corruption that is the Trump administration. The proposition reveals just how frustrated Trump remains with Sessions because of his decision to recuse himself from overseeing the Russian Federation investigation more than a year ago, while signalling how confident he has remained in Pruitt despite a number of ethics issues, the source added.
  • Russia, UK engages in war of words at UNSC meet

    Russia, UK engages in war of words at UNSC meet

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    The latest update on the Skripals' recovery comes as a relative in Moscow revealed she wants to visit her uncle and cousin - but thinks Britain will stop her from coming over. Russian Federation called for UN Security Council talks a day after it failed to win diplomatic support for a joint probe of the spy poisoning at a meeting of the global chemical watchdog, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons ( OPCW ).
  • Tamil Nadu parties oppose IPL matches in Chennai over Cauvery issue

    Tamil Nadu parties oppose IPL matches in Chennai over Cauvery issue

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    To recall, the Supreme Court on February 16 asked the centre to form the Cauvery board to implement a scheme for sharing water between upstream Tamil Nadu and downstream Karnataka for 15 years. "All Tamils particularly the youth should boycott IPL matches which are to be held in Chennai , as a mark of protest", MLA TTV Dinakaran said today.
  • Trump's top infrastructure aide leaving White House

    Trump's top infrastructure aide leaving White House

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    Asked if Trump is OK with the deal, which allowed Pruitt to pay under-market rent costs, Sanders said: "The President is not". When we have had the chance to have done a deeper dive on that we will let you know the outcomes of that. One reaction on Twitter noted: "Last summer and this spring, the White House had a combined 206 interns". "They're like novelists. I call them novelists", he added.
  • United Nations urges Israel to 'reconsider' canceled migrant deal

    United Nations urges Israel to 'reconsider' canceled migrant deal

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    The cancellation on Tuesday afternoon came a day after the agreement was first announced and hours after the prime minister said he would freeze the agreement in order to consult with members of his government coalition and with the residents of southern Tel Aviv, where numerous migrants live.
  • Saskatchewan RCMP dealing with crash, reports bus was carrying hockey team

    Saskatchewan RCMP dealing with crash, reports bus was carrying hockey team

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    Nipawin Apostolic Church was set up as a location for families to gather. For those travelling in the area, please use extreme caution around emergency personnel. "The accident being talked about involved Humboldt team bus". If at all possible, drivers are asked to avoid the area. The Humboldt Broncos team bus was involved in a collision with a semi-trailer late Friday afternoon.
  • Gaza border: Protests turn fatal

    Gaza border: Protests turn fatal

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    His death brings the number of Palestinians who were killed by Israeli army fire since Friday, March 30, to twenty-two, including the farmer, Wahid Nasrallah Abu Sammour , who was killed on his land early Friday morning before the Land Day protests began.
  • New York Senate Democrats unite

    New York Senate Democrats unite

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    Gov. Andrew Cuomo and members the Independent Democratic Conference announced the reunification of the breakaway group and mainline Democrats Wednesday, citing attacks from the Trump administration on progressive values in NY as the reason for dissolving the IDC.
  • China vows 'counterattack' on Trump tariffs

    China vows 'counterattack' on Trump tariffs

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    According to UBS, the initial list of tariffs put forward by the Trump White House on more than 1,300 goods would have a near-negligible effect on USA inflation. "Lots of money coming into USA coffers and Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!" he said in a posting. China has also launched a challenge against Trump's first round of tariffs at the World Trade Organization .
  • Fatal officer-involved shooting will head to a grand jury

    Fatal officer-involved shooting will head to a grand jury

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    The officer who shot an IN robbery suspect is one of those officers. Initially APD thought Alvarez had his firearm in his own possession, which forced them to fire shots. No officers were wounded, she said. Police Chief Patrick Phelan says it started with a man at that address calling 911 saying he was going to kill his wife.
  • Sergei Skripal's niece denied visa to come to Britain

    Sergei Skripal's niece denied visa to come to Britain

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    Meanwhile, Kelley Currie, deputy USA ambassador to the United Nations, spoke at the Security Council: "We have stated previously and do so again today our firm belief that Russian Federation is responsible for this chemical weapons attack on UK soil".
  • European Union feels heat in China, US trade row

    European Union feels heat in China, US trade row

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    South Korea said on Friday it has notified the World Trade Organization ( WTO ) that it seeks to suspend tariff concessions on imported USA goods worth $480 million, in response to US measures against South Korean imports. China reached out for Europe's support in its bitter trade war with the United States, leaving the European Union at risk of getting entangled in a conflict with repercussions around the world.
  • Sheryl Sandberg Admits Facebook Slow to Address Privacy Concerns

    Sheryl Sandberg Admits Facebook Slow to Address Privacy Concerns

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    The U.K.'s Information Commissioner's Office in a statement on Thursday said that Facebook has been cooperating with regulators and that "it is too early to say" whether the policy changes Facebook is making "are sufficient". "And we have a responsibility for people to know that they can trust using our services". "I think what really matters is that we learn from what's happened".
  • Facebook's Sandberg says other cases of data misuse possible

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    Sandberg said Facebook was first aware two and a half years ago that Cambridge Analytica had obtained user data from a researcher who put up a poll on Facebook. "We had legal assurances from them that they deleted it. Mark [Zuckerberg] is really sorry for that, and what we're doing now is taking really firm action".
  • BJP MPs to observe fast to protest impasse in Parliament: PM

    BJP MPs to observe fast to protest impasse in Parliament: PM

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    Shah made the comment at the BJP's 38th Foundation Day event, held at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai today. "The countdown for the 2019 polls has begun. Party president Amit Shah at BJP's foundation day celebration in Mumbai . "Our commitment was clear that we wanted to make the country a super power".
  • Madison bank robber sentenced to federal prison

    Madison bank robber sentenced to federal prison

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    He fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. A man, who was wearing a hat and sunglasses, robbed the bank; police say no weapon was seen during the incident. There was one customer and five employees inside the bank at the time of the robbery, and no one was injured, she said. It's unclear what direction he went, but police believe he is on foot.
  • A chilly weekend ahead with a chance for snow

    A chilly weekend ahead with a chance for snow

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    Forecast models show about an inch of snow could accumulate along the Virginia line. Monday we're watching yet another system. Highs in the low to mid 70s. We really can't rule out any time period during the day that will be completely dry. It looks quiet and flawless for baseball weather and the home opener on Thursday evening.
  • Dow ends bruising session 2.3% lower on trade war fears

    Dow ends bruising session 2.3% lower on trade war fears

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    USA businesses have been bracing for the impact of tariffs and have urged Trump to tread carefully with protectionist trade policies. USA stocks extended losses and the S&P 500 hit a session low in Friday afternoon trading after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the US central bank will likely need to keep raising interest rates to keep inflation under control.
  • National Basketball Association scouts giving Collin Sexton major edge over Trae Young

    National Basketball Association scouts giving Collin Sexton major edge over Trae Young

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    Collin Sexton's decision has been made for a long time. "It's so close", Sexton told Evan Daniels before his press conference to announce his decision. Sexton is now slated to be drafted eighth overall, which would fall to the Chicago Bulls in the latest ESPN mock draft, while Young is floating at the middle of the first round and could drop further, depending of his combine evaluations.
  • Knowledge is unsafe in this new trailer for Fahrenheit 451

    Knowledge is unsafe in this new trailer for Fahrenheit 451

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    What scares me the most about a concept such as Fahrenheit 451 is that can see this happening. In the film (that's set in the distant future), Michael plays Guy Montag a firefighter who works to burn all the books in his city as a way to end people from seeking knowledge.
  • National Guard Only To Play Supportive Role In Border Patrol Efforts

    National Guard Only To Play Supportive Role In Border Patrol Efforts

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    GOP governors responded positively, including Arizona's Republican governor, who tweeted his support even before Nielsen's announcement. The deployments will not be the first time the National Guard has gone to the U.S. But Mexican officials said late Wednesday that Nielsen told Mexico's secretary of foreign affairs that the National Guard troops would not carry weapons.
  • Another wintry wallop to start the weekend

    Another wintry wallop to start the weekend

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    Some roads, mainly in western Kansas, could become slick during the night and early Saturday morning. Washington, D.C., to South Jersey could see snow Saturday morning, with little to no accumulation expected. An atmospheric river, a long and narrow column of water vapor transported from a tropical region, is streaming abundant moisture into Northern and Central California with heavy rain through early Saturday .