• Climate change protestors at London's Extinction Rebellion
Climate change protestors at London's Extinction Rebellion

Outside parliament, several hundred protesters from Extinction Rebellion gathered to call for politicians to engage with their three demands: for politicians to tell the truth, for the United Kingdom to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2025, and for the formation of a citizens' assembly.

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  • Mudslide kills 17 in Colombia
Mudslide kills 17 in Colombia

Landslides are common in the Latin American country, especially during the annual rainy season. The landslide happened after days of torrential rains hit the region and authorities are continuing to search the rubble. He added that heavy rains meant there was the risk of another mudslide. Colombian President Ivan Duque sent his condolences via ...

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  • Civilian Border Militia Leader Facing Federal Gun Charges, Appears In Court
Civilian Border Militia Leader Facing Federal Gun Charges, Appears In Court

Larry Hopkins , leader of the United Constitutional Patriots group, whose camouflage-wearing armed members claim to have helped us officials detain some 5,600 migrants in New Mexico's desert in the last 60 days was arrested Friday on a weapons charge.

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  • Israel to name part of Golan Heights region after President Trump
Israel to name part of Golan Heights region after President Trump

The Netanyahus visited the Saar stream and Nimrod's Fortress, rode ATVs at Merom Golan and traveled to Mt. Hermon. In a video posted on the Twitter account of Ofir Gendelman, spokesman for the prime minister's office, Netanyahu declared that he meant to draft a resolution calling for the creation of such settlement, "named after President Donald ...

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  • Twitter revenue surges after changes to its platform
Twitter revenue surges after changes to its platform

Many have credited Trump's Twitter presence with his ability to reach out and connect with his core base of supporters - something he has been doing since he joined the platform in March 2009. Twitter , which has a history of being slow to make changes to its service, has recently increased the pace of new product introductions. The company is al...

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  • Democrats leave door open to Trump impeachment
Democrats leave door open to Trump impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged divided Democrats to focus on fact-finding rather than the prospect of any impeachment proceedings after the damning details of special counsel Robert Mueller's report . Trump , speaking from the White House balcony on Monday, returned to favorite topics of his by touting the strong United States economy and sayin...

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  • Putin & Kim set to meet in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25
Putin & Kim set to meet in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25

In a statement released Thursday by the North Korean Foreign Ministry and carried by the KCNA news agency, a top official blasted Pompeo, who it said had "spouted reckless remarks hurting the dignity of our supreme leadership", a reference to Kim.

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  • Woman accused of dumping bag of puppies near dumpster arrested
Woman accused of dumping bag of puppies near dumpster arrested

A woman was caught on camera dumping a bag of puppies next to a dumpster. Riverside County Animal Services arrested 54-year-old Deborah Culwell on Monday at her Coachella home, reports CBS Los Angeles . "The Good Samaritan played a major role in saving [the] puppies' lives", Commander Chris Mayer said. Authorities said the puppies, bel...

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  • Warren Wants Student Debt Erased Through $640 Billion Plan
Warren Wants Student Debt Erased Through $640 Billion Plan

Warren's office estimates her student debt cancellation proposal would cost $640 billion, while the Universal Free College program would bring the total up to $1.25 trillion over the course of the decade. Warren has separately proposed a "Real Corporate Tax" created to raise more than $1 trillion over 10 years from companies with profits exce...

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  • White House confirms Donald Trump will visit Portsmouth for D-Day 75th anniversary
White House confirms Donald Trump will visit Portsmouth for D-Day 75th anniversary

Tens of Thousands of people had rallied to protest Trump's last visit in London past year, citing his alleged Islamophobia, controversial policies and "incendiary rhetoric" towards people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community. The state visit follows a rare meeting between the Queen and U.S. ambassador Woody Johnson, which is thought to have ta...

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  • Norfolk weather: Hottest Easter Monday on record | Weather
Norfolk weather: Hottest Easter Monday on record | Weather

She said: "The very warm sunshine continues right through the bank holiday weekend". This Evening and Tonight: Dry and mainly clear through this evening and overnight. Cardiff saw 24C against the average of 13C, while Glasgow and Belfast both reached 24C, up from 13C and 14C on average respectively. And Easter Sunday is set to be even warmer.

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  • UK PM Theresa May to be told to quit by top Conservative
UK PM Theresa May to be told to quit by top Conservative

The Labour MP warned that his party could not "sit on the fence" on such a big issue as Brexit . Nigel Farage has said that Labour and Tory politicians have underestimated the feeling among Brexit voters, as the rival parties are struggling to respond to the electoral threat Farage is posing.

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  • Air traffic suspended for hours over Libya capital
Air traffic suspended for hours over Libya capital

Government forces announced the launch of a "new phase" in the battle for Tripoli with a counter-offensive against Haftar forces. Abdelhadi Lahouij, the top diplomat for a rival, east-based government, told The Associated Press in Tunis that Hifter's push slowed down because of the "crucial" issue of protection for Tripoli civilians.

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  • Who is the group behind Sri Lanka’s Easter Day attacks?
Who is the group behind Sri Lanka’s Easter Day attacks?

The government has said it will investigate if the group had links to foreign terrorist organizations even as Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe confirmed that the country had received prior warning of the attacks from a foreign intelligence agency.

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  • Why Easter Sunday is important for Christians across the world
Why Easter Sunday is important for Christians across the world

He said that nobody had the right to take the life of another. The Presiding Bishop of Methodist Church Ghana Most Reverend, Paul K. Boafo who was elected at the 10 biennial conference previous year, in his sermon on the theme, " Christ is risen, bringing newness into our lives", explained that every Christian gathering on Easter Sunday comes the...

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  • Militia leader arrested after holding migrants at gunpoint
Militia leader arrested after holding migrants at gunpoint

Michelle Lujan Grisham , who noted that " regular citizens have no authority to arrest or detain anyone ". The Reuters news agency reported Thursday that the United Constitutional Patriots, made up mainly of veterans, has been patrolling in the area near Sunland Park since late February.

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  • 7 suspects arrested in Sri Lanka over Easter Sunday bombings
7 suspects arrested in Sri Lanka over Easter Sunday bombings

Police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekara said 207 people were killed and 450 wounded in the blasts. Two further blasts occurred in the afternoon, one at a guesthouse outside Colombo and one at a house in the outskirts of Colombo . At least two of the eight were carried out by suicide bombers, according to police sources and a hotel official. ...

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  • Ukraine leaps into unknown after comic elected president
Ukraine leaps into unknown after comic elected president

The Central Election Commission said Zelenskiy won 73 percent of the vote, while incumbent President Petro Poroshenko got just 24 percent with more than 96 percent of the ballots counted. Poroshenko apparently missed Zelensky's promise to move the presidential administration from Bankovaya Street - or he's already planning to bring it back.

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  • Philippine quake knocks over building, at least three dead
Philippine quake knocks over building, at least three dead

An airport was seriously damaged and at least two buildings were destroyed. A strong quake shook the Philippine capital and outlying provinces, briefly knocking out power, causing boulders to roll down onto a highway, stopping an overhead train service and prompting thousands of people to flee to safety.

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  • Oregon's Congressional Delegation Reacts To The Mueller Report
Oregon's Congressional Delegation Reacts To The Mueller Report

Attorney General William Barr spoke to reporters about Mueller's report. Instead, the special counsel recounts in his report 10 episodes involving the president and "discusses potential legal theories for connecting these actions to elements of an obstruction offense", according to Barr.

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