• Second Member Quits Justin Trudeau's Cabinet Over Allegations Against Canadian PM
Second Member Quits Justin Trudeau's Cabinet Over Allegations Against Canadian PM

She specifically cited the Liberals' handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair in relation to the treatment of former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould, whose explosive testimony before the House of Commons justice committee last week has spurred Conservative calls for Trudeau to resign.

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  • 1,500 turtles wrapped in duct tape found in bags at Manila airport
1,500 turtles wrapped in duct tape found in bags at Manila airport

Customs officials seized 1,529 live turtles in Manila's main airport on Sunday. "The passenger may have been informed of the vigilance of Bureau of Customs against illegal wildlife trade and its penalties", the Bureau of Customs said .

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  • Under pressure, Vatican to open archive on controversial Pope Pius XII
Under pressure, Vatican to open archive on controversial Pope Pius XII

Catholic scholars later wrote to Benedict urging him to freeze the sainthood cause, saying that exhaustive study of Pius' actions during the Holocaust had to come first, otherwise Jewish-Catholic relations could be greatly harmed. Pius was elected pontiff on March 2, 1939, six months before World War II erupted in Europe. "The Church is n...

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  • We should live in Holland, says IS husband
We should live in Holland, says IS husband

Shamima Begum, 19, left London with two school friends to join IS when she was 15, but has said she wants to return to the United Kingdom with her newborn son. Begum was in the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria but is now reported to be elsewhere. The UK has revoked Begum's citizenship. "I would love to go back to my own country", he told the ...

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  • Senior Conservatives soften on May's Brexit deal ahead of key vote
Senior Conservatives soften on May's Brexit deal ahead of key vote

However, net migration to Britain from non-EU countries is at its highest since 2004. If Britain leaves with a deal, there will be no change until at least the end of 2020. Britain could face an European Union legal challenge if it seeks to delay Brexit because of the impact on European Union legislative elections, a legal opinion produced for Germ...

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  • Storm Freya: Warnings issued as county prepares for treacherous conditions
Storm Freya: Warnings issued as county prepares for treacherous conditions

South Wales Police were warning of "atrocious conditions" on the Gower on Sunday, while the Severn Bridge was closed westbound due to the high winds. Forecasters had been warning that parts of north and north west Norfolk could be hit by winds as the storm sweeps across the UK.

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  • House Democrats launch Trump probe, seeking documents from 81 people
House Democrats launch Trump probe, seeking documents from 81 people

FILE - Special counsel Robert Mueller , in charge of investigating Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and possible collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign, departs Capitol Hill, in Washington, June 21, 2017.

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  • United Kingdom still pursuing binding changes to Brexit deal, progress being made - spokesman
United Kingdom still pursuing binding changes to Brexit deal, progress being made - spokesman

Fox, a Brexiter, said the while he wanted Britain to leave the European Union on the scheduled departure date of 29 March, he was prepared to accept a delay if it meant ensuring a "smooth Brexit ". Tomlinson said the change 'has got to be legally binding, so effectively treaty-level change and that the attorney general must secure changes that...

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  • Victor of record $1.5B lottery drawing comes forward
Victor of record $1.5B lottery drawing comes forward

The victor had 180 days, or until April 21, to claim the winnings. He or she will remain anonymous , a right afforded to the victor by state law. The $US1.537 billion jackpot fell just shy of the $US1.586 billion Powerball jackpot in 2016, the largest in the country's history.

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  • Another minister resigns over scandal that threatens Trudeau
Another minister resigns over scandal that threatens Trudeau

A leading Cabinet minister in Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Government has resigned, becoming the second female minister to step down over a scandal that has shaken the Government in an election year. As minister of Indigenous services, she oversaw drastic reductions in the number of long-term advisories on water safety on First Nation...

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  • Rep. Omar won't apologize for new comments, Dems plan anti-Semitism rebuke
Rep. Omar won't apologize for new comments, Dems plan anti-Semitism rebuke

Senior Democrats demanded a retraction and apology from Omar, with one House chairman saying she invoked a "vile, anti-Semitic slur" and another congressional veteran tweeting that Omar "continues to mischaracterize support for Israel".

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  • Brother of man killed by police wants California AG to prosecute
Brother of man killed by police wants California AG to prosecute

At least seven of them struck Clark , who turned out to be holding not a gun but his cell phone. "The district attorney shouldn't be trusted", Clark's soft-spoken brother told a news conference , adding "justice was denied". Clark's family has taken offense to a variety of private details that investigators have made public about Clark's mental...

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  • US Shutters Its Consulate in Jerusalem, Angering Palestinians
US Shutters Its Consulate in Jerusalem, Angering Palestinians

The U.S.is to "continue to conduct a full range of reporting, outreach, and programming in the West Bank and Gaza as well as with Palestinians in Jerusalem through a new Palestinian Affairs Unit inside U.S. permanent diplomatic presence in the city was established in 1857. The consulate had primarily served the capital's Palestinians and was th...

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  • DP Ruto's Pilot Mario Magonga Dies In Turkana Plane Crash
DP Ruto's Pilot Mario Magonga Dies In Turkana Plane Crash

Four Americans and their Kenyan pilot were killed when their helicopter crashed on a remote island in Lake Turkana in a national park in northwest Kenya, police said on Monday. On his LinkedIn page, Captain Magonga says he was working with KIDL Helicopters based at Wilson Airport in the capital Nairobi . Police believe the aircraft went ...

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  • House Judiciary to request documents from Trump Jr., dozens in administration
House Judiciary to request documents from Trump Jr., dozens in administration

The House Judiciary Committee has launched a sweeping probe into President Donald Trump to discern if his Administration and associates obstructed justice and engaged in public corruption or any other abuse of power. President Donald Trump and his connections to Russian Federation during the 2016 presidential election. Last year, the admini...

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  • 700-pound alligator found in Georgia irrigation ditch
700-pound alligator found in Georgia irrigation ditch

Brent Howze found the animal on February 18 in an irrigation ditch near a lake, DNR spokesperson Sarah Hanson told USA TODAY on Saturday. "I'm the one in the picture, and you can probably tell that I didn't get too close to it". "We have captured quite a few alligators, but none this large ", Howze said, according to CBS News. This is not typica...

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  • Trump rouses USA conservatives with prediction of 'a big 2020 win'
Trump rouses USA conservatives with prediction of 'a big 2020 win'

The two failed to reach a deal on moving forward with North Korea's denuclearization, but Trump said it was a positive meeting that advanced the two countries' relationship nonetheless. and Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg. "But we're going to initiate proper investigations". We readily admit that this university-lik...

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  • Avalanche on I-70 near Copper Mountain
Avalanche on I-70 near Copper Mountain

The Colorado Department of Transportation said not enough snow made it onto I-70 to impact drivers. Driving to Glenwood Springs for a vehicle recovery, Brandon Ciullo was on Interstate 70 when he saw an avalanche rip through Ten Mile Canyon between Frisco and Copper Mountain.

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  • John Bolton claims North Korea summit was not a failure
John Bolton claims North Korea summit was not a failure

Refusing to contradict President Donald Trump's taking Kim Jong Un " at his word " on a lack of culpability for the brutalizing of the late Otto Warmbier , National Security Adviser John Bolton said his "opinion doesn't matter". According to senior U.S. officials, in the week leading up to the Hanoi summit, the North Koreans had demanded the...

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  • Another Republican Senator Comes Out Against Trump's Emergency Order
Another Republican Senator Comes Out Against Trump's Emergency Order

He is seeking to use $3.6 billion from military construction, $2.5 billion from a Defense Department drug interdiction program, and $600 million from a Treasury Department drug forfeiture program, in addition to the money from Congress . "I really think that Republicans that vote against border security and the wall, I think, you know, I've been o...

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