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  • Japanese send biggest warship to escort U.S. supply vessel

    Japanese send biggest warship to escort U.S. supply vessel

    It raises the tone of its warnings every spring, when Washington and Seoul carry out joint exercises it condemns as rehearsals for invasion. The system's deployment to defend against a North Korean missile threat has become an issue in the South Korea's upcoming presidential election and with China, which is concerned that the system's long-range radar could track Chinese missile systems.

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  • Hillary Clinton blames herself - and misogyny, FBI and Russia - for defeat

    She cited the Federal Bureau of Investigation director's letter to Congress resurrecting questions about her email practices and WikiLeaks' repeated release of her campaign's internal emails that "scared off" people. "It is real. It is very much a part of the landscape politically and socially and economically", she added. "It wasn't a flawless campaign - there is no such thing".

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  • Midwest, South brace for flooding and tornadoes

    Tornadoes in East Texas killed four people, five people were killed in Arkansas during high winds and flooding, two people were killed in each Missouri and MS, and one in Tennessee. Tornadoes tore roofs off homes, ripped trees out of the ground and tossed cars around "like toys", one witness said. The governors of Arkansas and Missouri have declared states of emergency over the storms and flooding.

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  • Dallas police: Paramedic shot, undergoing surgery

    Dallas police: Paramedic shot, undergoing surgery

    Police have not identified the second person other than to say the person was a Dallas resident. Derick Lamont Brown was acting erratically at his home before he forced his 67-year-old roommate into a back room and fatally shot him Monday, said Randy Blankenbaker, Dallas' assistant police chief of investigations.

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  • Dump VIP culture, embrace 'EPI', says Modi

    Dump VIP culture, embrace 'EPI', says Modi

    EPI means every person is important. "Then we will have the collective power to fulfil our dreams and aspirations", the Prime Minister said. He stated, "In our country, an atmosphere of disrespect towards VIP culture is long existed". In this manner, getting 20 odd people to make use of BHIM App for transacting business will make a person make Rs 200 a day. "On May 5, India will launch the South Asia Satellite".

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  • Expected To Turn Out For San Diego Climate March On Saturday

    Expected To Turn Out For San Diego Climate March On Saturday

    Trump has called climate change a hoax, disputing the overwhelming consensus of scientists that the world is warming and that man-made carbon emissions are primarily to blame. Sponsors of Saturday's events include labor unions, the Sierra Club and civil rights groups. President Donald Trump's 100th day in office will look a lot like his second: protests across the country.

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  • Prominent firm to defend 'Bachelor' star in Iowa crash case

    Prominent firm to defend 'Bachelor' star in Iowa crash case

    Soules was arrested at his home at 1:16 a.m. Tuesday, and spent a brief time in jail before his court appearance a few hours later that morning. He is accused of not immediately stopping his vehicle at the scene and failing to return and remain at the scene of the crash, according to a police report .

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  • 'Bachelor' star called 911 before allegedly fleeing scene

    'Bachelor' star called 911 before allegedly fleeing scene

    Soules from inside of the house in order to continue the investigation", Zaputil continued. While his acquaintance with Trump didn't lead to any lucrative "deals" or other business opportunities, Soules seemed eager to return to reality TV, telling Entertainment Tonight as recently as last month that ABC had recruited him to appear in a spinoff of "The Bachelor" called "Bachelor in Paradise".

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  • Judge cites Trump's words in blocking 'sanctuary city' order

    Judge cites Trump's words in blocking 'sanctuary city' order

    But, as Politicoreported on Wednesday, Judge William Orrick , who handed down the ruling blocking Trump's executive order on sanctuary cities, isn't actually on the 9th Circuit court, as Trump suggested. Trump tweeted that the 9th circuit, which earlier ruled against his travel ban, has "a awful record of being overturned (close to 80 percent)". Lordes Reboyoso carries placard at a rally supporrting sanctuary cities outside of City Hall in San Francisco in January.

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  • Russia-linked hackers targeted Macron campaign

    Russia-linked hackers targeted Macron campaign

    Pawn Storm , one of the world's oldest cyber espionage groups, has also been called APT 28, Fancy Bear, Sofancy and Strontium by a range of security firms and government officials. The French presidential race is not yet over. Centrist, Emmanuel Macron is now holding a lead with 23.8% over the 21.5% held by far-right Marine Le Pen, a position thought to be crucial to maintain momentum to be victorious within the French election system.

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  • Turkey: hundreds more detained over suspected links to Gulen

    The nationwide hunt for more suspects continues and most of the detainees are police officers. Security sources said the operations targeted the network's structure in the police force, and most of those detained were police officers. The Turkish government has already removed or suspended more than 125,000 people, including police, teachers, soldiers and public servants, and formally arrested 40,000 people ever since the attempted coup to overthrow the Erdogan government.

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  • The Nintendo Switch will be back in stock at Toys'R'Us this Friday

    That's great news for Nintendo Switch and the company itself, but none of that means anything to the average gamer if you can't get the darn thing anywhere. For a console that's had the biggest hardware launch in Nintendo's history across Europe, the U.S. and Australia, the platform holder has been surprisingly coy about releasing concrete sales data for its recently released Switch .

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  • Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts

    Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts

    In Caracas , thousands of protesters shut down the capital city's main highway to express their disgust with the increasingly embattled socialist administration of President Nicolas Maduro. On Sunday, a 21st death was linked to the unrest that began nearly a month ago over the Supreme Court's decision to gut the opposition-controlled congress of its powers.

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  • Venezuelan forces use tear gas to block latest protest march

    Venezuelan forces use tear gas to block latest protest march

    Protesters in Venezuela plan a high-risk march against President Nicolas Maduro Wednesday, sparking fears of fresh violence after demonstrations that have left 26 dead in the crisis-wracked country. Massive anti-government rallies have been held in Venezuela in recent weeks since Venezuela's Supreme Court stripped the opposition-controlled parliament of its powers.

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  • Make in China aircraft carrier launched: 10 points

    It's expected to be formally commissioned sometime before 2020, after sea trials and the arrival of its full air complement. China launched its first domestically built aircraft carrier, burnishing President Xi Jinping's credentials as commander-in-chief ahead a Communist Party leadership reshuffle this year.

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  • Senate confirms Trump's agriculture secretary

    Washington , D.C. -"The Senate has confirmed former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue as Secretary of Agriculture ". Perdue, who holds a doctorate in veterinary medicine and was raised on a dairy farm, is the first agriculture secretary from a southern state since Mike Espy of MS, who served from January 1993 to December 1994.

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  • Tennessee teacher planned to take 15-year-old girl to Mexico

    Tennessee teacher planned to take 15-year-old girl to Mexico

    The federal complaint says Cummins and the girl "are involved in a sexual relationship and traveled in interstate commerce to continue their relationship and to engage in unlawful sexual activity". When he was captured, Cummins, 50, told deputies, " I'm glad this is over ". Police say former teacher may have planned alleged abduction of teenHoorwood went on to say that Cummins was ordered detained as a flight risk and a danger, and was also ordered transported to the Middle District of ...

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  • Wildfires rage across Florida, destroying homes and displacing thousands

    Wildfires rage across Florida, destroying homes and displacing thousands

    The fire has destroyed at least nine home and evacuated 7,000 families. In central Florida, wildfires that spread across more than 600 acres in Polk County were being investigated as suspicious, said a spokesman for the sheriff's office. for those of you with lost or damaged homes we will be with you every step of the way". Rainy and humid conditions Saturday and Sunday have helped firefighters keep the flames from spreading, and additional crews from other areas have continued a ...

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  • Nintendo Gears Up to Launch Mini Version of SNES Console

    Nintendo Gears Up to Launch Mini Version of SNES Console

    To avoid further shortcomings, albeit minor ones, Nintendo need to make the cables longer on the controllers, they were simply far too short, also a higher volume games ready for launch would be very welcome. Now, the news outlet has revealed that Nintendo has confirmed that it will cease the production of the device but then it is yet to be known if the suspension of production will be worldwide.

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  • Hyderabad Man Sent Girlfriend Fake Air Ticket, Then Raised A Hijack Alarm

    Hyderabad Man Sent Girlfriend Fake Air Ticket, Then Raised A Hijack Alarm

    The email claimed to be from a woman who wants to keep her identity secret. Police said Krishna confessed during questioning. Before she could go to the airport, he sent out an email in the name of a lady to the police in Mumbai saying that six persons were planning to hijack flights leaving from Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad airports.

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  • Watch NBA Playoffs Game 3 Online, Team News

    Or as Kyle Lowry summed it up: "We got our ass bust". After a pair of thrilling games in Toronto, the Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks resume their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series Thursday night at Bradley Center. The total points were topped in the last game, so the Raptors are now 45-39 against the O/U, but the most of the over have come at home. With no paint presence and simply unable to find their three-point game at all to make up for that huge deficit inside, there was no ...

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  • Arrests as White Nationalist Speaks at Auburn

    Arrests as White Nationalist Speaks at Auburn

    As he spoke to a full room of about 400 people, three people (two men and a woman) outside were arrested for fighting. Spencer said that the so-called alt-right - of which he is seen as a leader - is all about identity. The university says it canceled Spencer's appearance because of safety concerns. Auburn University itself was caught off guard by the controversial event.

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  • NCAA selects several North Carolina cities for 2019-2022 host sites

    NCAA selects several North Carolina cities for 2019-2022 host sites

    The women's soccer conference championship, held in Charleston in 2016, will return in 2018. Following similar moves by the NCAA and National Basketball Association, the ACC had pulled the game from Charlotte in September over HB2, the recently-repealed state law that limited anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people.

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  • Trump order targets foreign workers

    Read: Trump to sign "Buy American, Hire American" executive orders. U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed a "Buy American, Hire American" executive order in Kenosha, Wisconsin, initiating visa and government purchase reforms. Reforming the H-1B visa system was one of the major election promises of Trump. It could, for instance, give priority to employers who rely less heavily on holders of H-1B visas.

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  • Trump attacks "unfair" Canadian dairy industry

    Schumer was in Watertown Friday and had this to say and commented on the problem. "Dozens of Wisconsin farm families still have less than two weeks to find a home for their milk before they will be forced to go out of the dairy business, losing not only their job but their livelihood".

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  • Oklahoma sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

    Oklahoma sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

    Logan County Sheriff's Sgt. Greg Valencia says the deputy was responding to a call in Mulhall, about 50 miles north of Oklahoma City, when he was shot in the face Tuesday morning. Officials said he was shot multiple times . The stolen vehicle was later found abandoned and investigators believe Leforce may have fled on foot. It wasn't immediately clear what charges he might face.

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  • Putin and Rouhani Condemn US Airstrikes in Syria in Phone Call

    By Friday, Assad had resumed air strikes - but non chemical - on the same town of Khan Sheikhoun that he gassed eariler in the week. No Russians were killed in the air strikes, Mr Lavrov said , with the Russians claiming four Syrian military personnel being killed in the strikes, while two were missing and six were injured.

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  • Uh oh: Samsung Galaxy S8 could have a big problem

    But, fingerprint, PIN and iris validations or authentications ought to be more chosen to protect the mobile phones' security. However, facial recognition is unmistakably a tricky approach to verify a user, and even the blinking part can just make the privacy attack hard but possible.

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  • Massive US bomb death toll rises to 94

    Afghan authorities Saturday reported a jump in fatalities from the American military's largest non-nuclear bomb, declaring some 90 Islamic State fighters dead, as US-led forces conducted clean-up operations over their mountain hideouts. He said there are still no signs of civilian casualties. It was the first time this type of bomb had been used in combat and was dropped from a MC-130 aircraft, Pentagon spokesman Adam Stump said.

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  • Pence warns NKorea 'era of strategic patience is over'

    The two leaders noted the urgency of the threat posed by North Korea's weapons programs, and each of them reaffirmed their commitment to a denuclearized Korean peninsula during that meeting on April the seventh. top security adviser, said his country was working on a "range of options" with China, the first confirmation the two countries were co-operating to find a solution to the North Korean issue.

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