• Muslims return to Christchurch mosque as NZ works to move on
Muslims return to Christchurch mosque as NZ works to move on

Many people responded to the tweet , with one person saying: "Our PM reflects the hearts of the New Zealand people". A Royal Commission of Inquiry is needed into New Zealand's security and intelligence agencies following the Christchurch terror attacks , the National Party leader says.

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  • Trump claims 'total exoneration' after Robert Mueller's findings are released
Trump claims 'total exoneration' after Robert Mueller's findings are released

Barr, nominated to his job by Trump last fall, said their decision was based on the evidence uncovered by Mueller and not based on whether a sitting president can be indicted. But while Mr Barr - who was appointed by Mr Trump - concluded that the President had not obstructed justice, he acknowledged that Mr Mueller himself was inconclusive on the q...

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  • Two Gazans killed during border protest
Two Gazans killed during border protest

Gaza medical officials say around 200 people have been killed since Palestinians launched the weekly border protests on March 30 past year, demanding the right to return to land from which their ancestors fled or were forced to flee during Israel's founding in 1948.

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  • Boeing Could Be Charged for Not Making 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Standard
Boeing Could Be Charged for Not Making 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Standard

A fix to the anti-stall system suspected in the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet that killed 189 people in Indonesia is ready, industry sources said Saturday, as the company tries to avoid a lengthy grounding of its planes. Pilots from the three American carriers that fly Boeing 737 MAX planes tested software changes developed by Boeing to a key s...

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  • Brexit: Draft plans propose United Kingdom to get delay to 22 May
Brexit: Draft plans propose United Kingdom to get delay to 22 May

Several have warned that her comments blaming MPs will not help her chances of success. Luxembourg's prime minister, Xavier Bettel, spoke of his frustration with the late-running Brexit process, saying: "I have the feeling that I am in the waiting room for Godot and Godot is never coming".

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  • NY subway thug kicks old woman in head repeatedly
NY subway thug kicks old woman in head repeatedly

The incident happened as the train was stopped in the Bronx in New York City on March 10. The video was widely circulated online, leading to the arrest of the man. Police said the woman rode one more stop after the attacker left the train and then was treated by emergency services personnel for bleeding, swelling and cuts to her face, BuzzFee...

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  • Sydney Aiello, friend of United States school massacre victim, kills herself
Sydney Aiello, friend of United States school massacre victim, kills herself

Aiello was close friends with Meadow Pollack , one of 17 people to be killed by a mass shooter a year ago. The 19-year-old's mother says Aiello struggled with "survivor's guilt" and had recently been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

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  • Priest Stabbed as Mass Was Being Live-Streamed
Priest Stabbed as Mass Was Being Live-Streamed

Authorities arrested a 26-year-old suspect who they say is known to police and will be questioned on Friday afternoon. "He was sitting. He was conscious, "said Celine Barbeau, spokeswoman for the oratory". Fr. Grou, 77, sustained what police said were minor injuries. The attack was captured on a livestream provided by the oratory, which is also...

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  • MoveOn wants Democratic candidates to skip pro-Israel conference
MoveOn wants Democratic candidates to skip pro-Israel conference

Trump also told reporters that Ilhan Omar's remarks prove that Democrats have become an "anti-Israel" and "anti-Jewish" party. white House press secretary Sarah Sanders refused to respond directly to questions about the president's remarks, but she said, instead, "The president has ...

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  • Cyclone Idai: Survivors in Mozambique desperate for aid
Cyclone Idai: Survivors in Mozambique desperate for aid

The new numbers take the combined death toll of the two neighboring countries to 676. Almost 90,000 Mozambicans are thought to be sheltering in temporary sites, while thousands of others are still stranded in floodwaters, AFP news agency reported.

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  • Passengers rescued from stalled cruise ship
Passengers rescued from stalled cruise ship

Authorities say they have had to divert two of the five helicopters rescuing 1,300 passengers and crew from the cruise ship to help the Hagland Captain cargo vessel's crew of nine in the storm . Only 87 people had been evacuated by 1750 GMT, and the airlift was set to continue throughout the night, rescue service spokeswoman Borghild Eldoen said...

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  • Man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Trump foes
Man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Trump foes

Cesar Sayoc wept as he entered the plea before a federal judge in NY. Sayoc pleaded guilty to 65 felonies on Thursday in a Manhattan federal court with 16 of those charges of using a weapon of mass destruction. He had previously pleaded not guilty . Numerous bomb targets have clashed with Trump in the past. Sayoc appeared in a courtroom bef...

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  • N. Korea withdraws from joint liaison office in Kaesong: unification ministry
N. Korea withdraws from joint liaison office in Kaesong: unification ministry

North Korea on Friday abruptly withdrew its staff from an inter-Korean liaison office, Seoul officials said . North Korea will convene a session of its top legislative body in Pyongyang on April 11, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported Friday.

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  • Isis defeated, US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announce
Isis defeated, US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announce

By Saturday morning, all that remained was a landscape littered with burnt-out vehicles, abandoned campsites and other provisions the last of the terror group's fighters and their families left behind. The group carried out massacres and documented them with slickly produced videos circulated online. Thousands of women from the Yazidi religious min...

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  • Burj Khalifa pays tribute to Christchurch victims
Burj Khalifa pays tribute to Christchurch victims

Hundreds of Muslims and non-Muslims gathered in the city's Hagley Park opposite the Al Noor mosque where worshipers were gunned down. Fifty people were killed last Friday in attacks on two mosques by an Australian white supremacist.

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  • Two U.S. Service Members Killed on NATO Mission in Afghanistan
Two U.S. Service Members Killed on NATO Mission in Afghanistan

The statement did not say where the operation was conducted. In a statement on March 22, the Resolute Support mission gave no further details and withheld the names of those killed. Zalmay Khalilzad, is now hosting his counterparts from Russia, China, and the European Union in Washington to discuss the nascent peace talks, according to the State ...

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  • Who is Venezuela's legitimate leader? | UpFront (Arena)
Who is Venezuela's legitimate leader? | UpFront (Arena)

According to Juan Guaido and other members of the opposition, around 15 intelligence officers grabbed Mr Marrero and took him to an unknown location. President Donald Trump has said all options are on the table for Venezuela but has not said under what circumstances he might consider using USA military force.

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  • Jimmy Carter to Become Longest-Living Former U.S. President
Jimmy Carter to Become Longest-Living Former U.S. President

Carter, who has been out of office since 1981, also holds the record for longest post-presidency. Bush himself became the longest-living president in USA history in 2017. Carter was the 39th president, Georgia's 76th governor and is a navy veteran. After leaving office, Carter, who has been nicknamed the "active ex-president", received the N...

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  • Teachers shot ‘execution-style’ with pellet guns in extreme school shooting drill
Teachers shot ‘execution-style’ with pellet guns in extreme school shooting drill

Twin Lakes School Corporation said it received questions about the training from the local teachers union and arranged a meeting between educators and law enforcement to discuss the incident. Meadowlawn Elementary School is a part of the Twin Lakes School Corporation, which released a statement saying it is "committed to providing a safe envi...

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  • Turkey stands by brotherly Pakistan in national day celebrations
Turkey stands by brotherly Pakistan in national day celebrations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan as part of the diplomatic practice of writing to heads of state or government on national days. The military parade in Islamabad is under way. A special appearance of a pilot from Solotürk, the famed Turkish Air Force aerobatics team, alongside Pakistani...

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