• Once Again, China Blocks Terror Listing for Masood Azhar listing in UN
Once Again, China Blocks Terror Listing for Masood Azhar listing in UN

The Lashkar-e-Tayyaba chief, Hafiz Saeed, and his deputy, Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi were both placed on the lost after the November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai. The MEA posted a statement in response to a query on Beijing's role: "We are deeply disappointed that once again, a single country has blocked global consensus on the designation of an...

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  • Nancy Pelosi Says She Won’t Impeach Trump
Nancy Pelosi Says She Won’t Impeach Trump

It's not an honor to bestow. Factories and farms across the midwest are shuttering, and while unemployment numbers get touted by his mouthpieces on cable news, digging deeper into stats tells a sadder story across the heartland. "They always say represent your district", Tlaib told The Washington Post's Rachael Bade . Some new freshman Democr...

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  • Trump responds to claims Melania has a body double
Trump responds to claims Melania has a body double

Conspiracy theories that a stand-in is occasionally used for the first lady date back to at least 2017 , when Melania Trump appeared in sunglasses and a raincoat as the president defended his response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Stephanie Grisham, the first lady's spokeswoman, said the episode "went beyond the petty mean-girl spirit that...

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  • Gov. Gavin Newsom to Suspend Death Penalty in California - Trump Fumes
Gov. Gavin Newsom to Suspend Death Penalty in California - Trump Fumes

They include Richard Davis, who kidnapped 12-year-old Polly Klaas during a slumber party and strangled her, and Lonnie Franklin Jr., convicted of killing nine women and a teenage girl in Los Angeles. Among the most notorious inmates is Lonnie David Franklin Jr, also known as the "Grim Sleeper", who was sentenced to death for 10 murders between 1985...

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  • Japan says won't submit new UN rights motion against North Korea
Japan says won't submit new UN rights motion against North Korea

In this March 2, 2019 photo, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves upon his arrival at Vietnam's Dong Dang railway station. He insisted the North has to remove all its weapons of mass destruction, . What do you think is the North's intention? "We want to heal the wounds of war", Biegun said. Veteran North Korea watchers said that any activi...

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  • Colorado trooper killed as 'Bomb Cyclone' unleashes snow, high winds
Colorado trooper killed as 'Bomb Cyclone' unleashes snow, high winds

Power outages are expected as more than 6 inches of heavy, wet snow is expected. According to FlightAware , more than 1,400 Wednesday flights have already been canceled. A large swath of the US was under a variety of warnings, advisories, and warnings. The National Weather Service warned of " impossible travel conditions " as the storm how...

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  • Republican Plan To Stop Senate Showdown Hits A Snag
Republican Plan To Stop Senate Showdown Hits A Snag

The Senate will vote on Thursday on a resolution to end the Trump national emergency . Sen. Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) and David Perdue (R-GA) also signaled their support to secure the border ahead of the Senate vote. The author of the bill that would affect future emergency declarations, Utah Republican Mike Lee, said it would take back legisla...

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  • Theresa May confirms she will vote to block no-deal Brexit
Theresa May confirms she will vote to block no-deal Brexit

In a later exchange, with the Conservative pro-Brexit MP Peter Bone, May expressed her scepticism about the so-called Malthouse compromise, outlined in an amendment to Wednesday's motion, which calls for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union without a withdrawal agreement, but with a form of transition period to lessen the impact of no dea...

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  • Pilot of crashed Ethiopian Airlines jet reported flight control problems
Pilot of crashed Ethiopian Airlines jet reported flight control problems

Flight 302 to Nairobi, Kenya went down minutes after takeoff from Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa. This is the second crash involving a Boeing 737 MAX 8 in just under five months and questions are now being asked . "At this point, based on the information available, we do not have any basis to issue new guidance to operators", Charlie Miller, ...

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  • Israeli police reopen Temple Mount holy site after clashes
Israeli police reopen Temple Mount holy site after clashes

Jerusalem Police chief Doron Yadid ordered the Temple Mount compound reopened to Muslim worshipers on Wednesday morning after the holy site was shuttered Tuesday following a firebomb attack on a police post. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu lashed out at Israel over the incident, saying it was time to end the country's "recklessness". W...

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  • United States judge sentences Manafort to 73 months in prison
United States judge sentences Manafort to 73 months in prison

Manafort asked for mercy, saying the criminal charges against him have "taken everything from me already". But the judge in Washington ultimately increased the total amount of prison time. Manafort's sentence stemmed from his guilty plea for lobbying on behalf of a pro-Russian Ukrainian political figure without declaring the work, making it a key p...

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  • Tell us what you want: German minister says to Britain
Tell us what you want: German minister says to Britain

The vote was a second attempt for May to gather the approval of Parliament on the terms by which Brexit will occur. But prominent Brexit supporters, whose support May needs, were unconvinced. However, shortly after its publication, the leader of the UK Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn , slammed the new arrangements regarding the Brexit deal. The lead...

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  • Nigeria building collapse - 100 children inside Lagos primary school
Nigeria building collapse - 100 children inside Lagos primary school

The rescue operations are however, suffering hitches, as rescuers are finding it hard to gain access into the building with their equipments. It was not known how many students had been in a primary school located on the building's top floor.

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  • 'Jeanine Pirro is a disgrace'
'Jeanine Pirro is a disgrace'

Omar has been under fire for s series of anti-Semitic remarks that have upset Jewish Democrats in Congress that led to the House passing an anti-hate resolution which was originally meant to be a rebuke of her remarks but was watered-down after an outcry from far-left Democrats.

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  • Power outage in Venezuela enters 4th day
Power outage in Venezuela enters 4th day

Since the self-proclamation of opposition MP Juan Guaido as "president in charge" - an act without constitutional protection recognized by the USA government and catalogued by Caracas as a developing coup d'état - appeals to the military's betrayal have been recurrent.

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  • California governor to sign executive order stopping state’s death penalty for now
California governor to sign executive order stopping state’s death penalty for now

The president of the United States and the governor of California engaged in a game of "he said, he said" recently over whether Gavin Newsom's praise of Donald Trump included privately calling him "one of the smartest people I've ever met".

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  • Climate of change - School strike for the climate
Climate of change - School strike for the climate

A prominent pupil in the Irish climate strike movement has rejected the Taoiseach's recent endorsement of students until he acts appropiately to tackle our runaway emissions. More than 40,000 people braved miserable conditions in Amsterdam on Sunday to protest against the Dutch government's action over climate change, organisers said.

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  • New York Attorney General Subpoenas Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank Over Trump
New York Attorney General Subpoenas Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank Over Trump

New York State and its Governor, Andrew Cuomo , are now proud members of the group of PRESIDENTIAL HARASSERS. 'No wonder people are fleeing the State in record numbers. Trump in recent years". Trump could theoretically face criminal bank fraud charges if prosecutors could prove Trump meant to deceive with financial statements and that the bank rel...

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  • What happens to the disgraced cardinal now — George Pell
What happens to the disgraced cardinal now — George Pell

The total non-parole period handed down is three years and eight months . The County Court of Victoria had come under fire for suppressing coverage of Pell's trial, as he is seen as the face of the Catholic Church in Australia which has protected pedophile priests.

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  • Backed Syrian force attacks Islamic State enclave
Backed Syrian force attacks Islamic State enclave

Bali, the SDF spokesman, tweeted Sunday that the decision to resume the offensive came after thousands of civilians left Baghouz, which is the last village held by IS. Nearly 20,000 people, including 3,500 to 4,00 adult males, have left the IS enclave since February 20, a senior USA defense official told AP. Among the IS fighters detained and...

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