• Trump forges bond with Brazil's Bolsonaro in White House visit
Trump forges bond with Brazil's Bolsonaro in White House visit

Speaking at a joint White House news conference Trump said: "As I told President Bolsonaro , I also intend to designate Brazil as a major non-NATO ally - or, maybe a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally". Brazil is heavily aligned with Trump on the Venezuela crisis, with Bolsonaro recognising opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's i...

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  • Three teenagers dead after 'crush' at St Patrick's Day disco
Three teenagers dead after 'crush' at St Patrick's Day disco

Police Service of Northern Ireland Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton said: "Our preliminary investigations show there was a crush towards the front door of this hotel, and in that crush people seem to have fallen". Two deaths were confirmed last night, but a third has now been announced this morning following an incident at a hotel in Co...

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  • Christchurch mosque shootings: Family of accused sorry for NZ terror act
Christchurch mosque shootings: Family of accused sorry for NZ terror act

Thirty-four wounded remained at the hospital, where officials said 12 were in critical condition. Jacinda Ardern said 28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant obtained a "Category A" gun licence in November 2017 which allowed him to purchase the weapons used to mow down worshippers in two Christchurch mosques.

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  • How Prosecutors Narrowed In On Michael Cohen's Crimes — TIMELINE
How Prosecutors Narrowed In On Michael Cohen's Crimes — TIMELINE

Also of interest in the documents: almost 20 pages devoted to Cohen's "illegal campaign contribution scheme", which were entirely redacted by the judge. The judge said prosecutors can disclose portions of materials related to Cohen's tax evasion and false statements to financial institutions charges, along with Cohen's conduct that did not resu...

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  • Kazakhstan's long-serving President Nazarbayev will step down
Kazakhstan's long-serving President Nazarbayev will step down

As per Kazakhstan's constitution - and arguably Nazarbayev's personal choice - the speaker of the senate, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, will act as head of state until new elections. In July 2018, the Security Council's status was changed from consultative to constitutional, increasing its authority, and Nazarbaev became its chairman for life.

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  • Brexit: The same deal can not be resubmitted to a vote
Brexit: The same deal can not be resubmitted to a vote

Speaker John Bercow scuttled May's plan, saying that centuries-old parliamentary rules prevent "the same proposition or substantially the same proposition" from being brought back repeatedly for votes in a session of Parliament. Nor could Downing Street say anything about plans for a new Brexit vote or when it might be held. "I will fight for an...

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  • Supreme Court to Weigh Beltway Sniper's Sentence
Supreme Court to Weigh Beltway Sniper's Sentence

Malvo's accomplice, Muhammad, was sentenced to death and executed in 2009. The question now is whether Malvo fits that definition or deserves a lesser sentence, reports NPR . The Supreme Court's actions announced Monday involve the Virginia sentences and will be heard in the term that starts in October. "We look forward to arguing our case bef...

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  • Nunes Sues Twitter for $250M for Election Meddling
Nunes Sues Twitter for $250M for Election Meddling

The lawsuit called Twitter a part of "modern-day American Democracy" that overstepped its boundaries by not interfering with negligence from outside parties determined to destroy the Nunes 2018 campaign. Twitter did not review the account until this year. Indeed, Mair vilified Nunes in person and online, trolling him by offering him slippe...

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  • Quake-Triggered Landslide Injured Dozens In Indonesia's Lombok
Quake-Triggered Landslide Injured Dozens In Indonesia's Lombok

Indonesia's Antaranews agency reported that rescuers found the body of the victim wedged between the rock debris of the landslide at the Tiu Kelepwaterfall. Last September, the country was hit by an quake and tsunami in Palu on Sulawesi island which killed around 2200 people. The natural disaster also destroyed several houses.

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  • Ocasio-Cortez calls out Trump over white nationalism comments
Ocasio-Cortez calls out Trump over white nationalism comments

She would be "a joke", "knows nothing" and "nobody would take her seriously" because "her views are based on whatever random thought comes in that morning and her proposals are beyond silly", Gingrich added . Seems the more people learn about the NY congresswoman, the less like like about her. She argued that Americans need to do more to address w...

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  • Trump Dismisses Media Reports Blaming Him For New Zealand Attack
Trump Dismisses Media Reports Blaming Him For New Zealand Attack

He said on Twitter, "They will have to work very hard to prove that one". "I think sometimes you simply have to yield to the objective evidence, and that is it points to [Trump] being sympathetic to that point of view", Ellison said on CNN, before referencing a white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017.

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  • Ardern vows to deny accused mosque gunman notoriety he seeks
Ardern vows to deny accused mosque gunman notoriety he seeks

In one of the most powerful tributes to date, students from Christchurch Girls' High School and Christchurch Boys' High School have joined forces to show their support for the victims and their families of the deadly attacks. Ardern said her cabinet is "completely unified " in changing the country's gun laws, even though they were only able to r...

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  • Kirsten Gillibrand Officially Joins 2020 Presidential Race Via Twitter
Kirsten Gillibrand Officially Joins 2020 Presidential Race Via Twitter

Unlike several of her Senate colleagues running for president, Gillibrand has yet to receive a home-state endorsement. Her announcement comes one day after Gillibrand wrapped up her third trip this year to New Hampshire, which holds the first primary in the race for the White House.

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  • New Zealand mosque shooting: Here’s what Imran Khan tweets
New Zealand mosque shooting: Here’s what Imran Khan tweets

Recep Tayip Erdogan on Monday said he would send home "in caskets" anyone who tried to commit such an attack in his country, using the footage to warn against rising Islamophobia, according to The Guardian . The delegation from Turkey, a Muslim-majority country, has arrived to show their support to Muslims, she said. "We do not want to see a cro...

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  • Trump Renews Attacks on John McCain, Months After Senator’s Death
Trump Renews Attacks on John McCain, Months After Senator’s Death

During the Vietnam War, McCain's plane was shot down, leading to five years as a prisoner of war, with lifelong physical consequences for McCain. Democratic Sen. "Your life is spent on weekends not with your family, not with your friends, but obsessing ― obsessing ― over great men you could never live up to", she said .

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  • New Zealand to reform gun law in 10 days
New Zealand to reform gun law in 10 days

A 28-year-old man, who authorities identified as Brenton Harrison Tarrant, has been charged with murder. One other person detained in the investigation faces charges of inciting racial hatred, and another faces a firearm charge, but police say neither was involved in the attacks .

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  • Two teenagers die in St Patrick's party 'crush' in Northern Ireland
Two teenagers die in St Patrick's party 'crush' in Northern Ireland

A 17-year-old girl, a 17-year-old boy, and a 16-year-old boy have died in Tyrone, following what is reported a crush to get into a party. Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley said: "I am deeply sorry to hear that three young people tragically lost their lives at a hotel in".

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  • Extra police patrols at United Kingdom mosques after NZ attack
Extra police patrols at United Kingdom mosques after NZ attack

A heavy police presence was reported around the Christchurch hospital in the eastern part of the park. The deaths occurred at Al Noor mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre, police said. " They are us. The person who has perpetuated this violence against us is not ". One man died and several others were injured in 2017 when Darren Osborne drov...

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  • USA slaps Ukraine-related sanctions on Russian Federation
USA slaps Ukraine-related sanctions on Russian Federation

Russian President Vladimir Putin called the incident a provocation, noting that there were members of the Ukrainian security service, who were in charge of the operation, on board the Ukrainian vessels. The U.S. also sanctioned eight Russian defense firms it said are operating in Crimea. The EU's decision takes the number of people blacklisted ...

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  • New Zealand to reform gun laws after Christchurch shootings
New Zealand to reform gun laws after Christchurch shootings

A court here on Monday refused to grant bail to an 18-year-old teenager accused of sharing a video of the March 15 Christchurch mosques shootings in which the gunman live-streamed his massacre of 50 people. New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern announced on Monday that her cabinet had agreed " in principle " on gun reform laws, claiming they...

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