• MA judge accused of helping illegal immigrant evade ICE pleads not guilty
MA judge accused of helping illegal immigrant evade ICE pleads not guilty

Richmond Joseph, 51, and Wesley MacGregor, 56, a former trial court officer at the Newton, Mass., court where the judge sits, helped the man - wanted on fugitive charges in Pennsylvania and for narcotics possession - avoid being picked up by an officer of Immigration and Customs Enforcement , according to an indictment filed by the USA att...

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  • PM Imran arrives in China to attend Second Belt and Road Forum
PM Imran arrives in China to attend Second Belt and Road Forum

Philippine Ambassador to China Chito Sta Romana said that the West Philippine Sea dispute will likely be discussed during the leaders' meetings. Beijing is likely to tout the memorandums of understanding it has signed with participating governments, a China expert told The Guardian , as they lend legitimacy to the project and allow Xi Jinping ...

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  • North Korea demanded $2 million before agreeing to return Otto Warmbier
North Korea demanded $2 million before agreeing to return Otto Warmbier

Adding insult to injury, new reports have revealed North Korea billed the US two million dollars for the hospital care of deceased American Otto Warmbier . "Remember, I got Otto out along with three others". Maybe I would have... "But I didn't have to answer that question". But then North Korean officials handed Flueckiger the $2 million bill,...

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  • Scaffolding firm says workers smoked at Paris' Notre-Dame
Scaffolding firm says workers smoked at Paris' Notre-Dame

The insurer had said last week that it provided insurance for a few of the artworks and relics displayed in the cathedral, but had declined to specify the value of the contracts. "We condemn it. But the fire started inside the building.so for company Le Bras this is not a hypothesis, it was not a cigarette butt that set Notre-Dame de Paris on fir...

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  • Prince William receives traditional Māori greeting in New Zealand
Prince William receives traditional Māori greeting in New Zealand

William is visiting New Zealand on behalf of the Queen, in a visit created to honour the victims of the March 15 attack, which has come back into the news in the wake of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka upon hotels and churches, which the Sri Lankan defence minister said may have been carried out as a reprisal for the mosque shootings .

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  • Should felons vote? 2020 Democrats can't decide
Should felons vote? 2020 Democrats can't decide

Those people - and they are a small minority of those who actually end up in prison - shouldn't get to vote . "Yes, even for awful people", the Vermont senator said of fighting what he called the Republican Party's efforts to "suppress the vote".

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  • Three members of Sudan military council resign after demand by opposition
Three members of Sudan military council resign after demand by opposition

The military ousted president Omar al-Bashir on April 11 after three decades in power and four months of anti-government protests. "We call on our people, who have been demanding a transitional civilian rule , to participate in the million-strong march", said the Alliance for Freedom and Change, the umbrella group leading the protests.

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  • Trump Questions
Trump Questions "Sleepy" Joe Biden's Intelligence, Latest In US 2020 Bid

Lucy Flores leveled her criticism Monday on Fox News as Biden nears an announcement of his 2020 presidential campaign . Complicating matters, the last weeks of waiting have been clouded by revelations from multiple women accusing Biden of touching them inappropriately or making them feel uncomfortable with his affection.

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  • 1.5 million people to be affected by Cyclone Kenneth
1.5 million people to be affected by Cyclone Kenneth

Relief agencies in the country are already stretched as they deal with the aftermath of Cyclone Idai , which struck in March and killed more than 1,000 people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. He added that while Cyclone Kenneth appears to be weaker than Cyclone Idai, it remains risky in part because of the poverty of northern Mozambique.

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  • Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin hold first summit
Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin hold first summit

Kim will be looking for Russia's support in easing sanctions imposed on Pyongyang over its nuclear programme, while Putin is keen to put Moscow forward as a player in another global flashpoint. Kim's first trip to Russian Federation comes about two months after his second summit with President Donald Trump failed because of disputes over US-l...

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  • Woman wakes up from coma 27 years after vehicle crash
Woman wakes up from coma 27 years after vehicle crash

In the final week of her stay, Abdulla-who'd previously been moved from hospital to hospital for insurance reasons-seemed to stir as her son got into an argument at her bedside. During those years, Abdulla was tube-fed and received physiotherapy to keep her muscles intact. Mohammed bin Zayed, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, offered the family the ...

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  • Comedian Elected President In Landslide — UKRAINE
Comedian Elected President In Landslide — UKRAINE

The office of new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said the ultimate goal remains to achieve peace, but the latest action by Russian Federation showed "another evident confirmation for the world community of Russia's true role as an aggressor state, which is waging a war against Ukraine ".

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  • Sri Lanka MoD declares island-wide curfew following blasts
Sri Lanka MoD declares island-wide curfew following blasts

While no one has taken responsibility for the attacks so far, the first accused has been arrested in connection with the blasts. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe called a national security council meeting at his home for later in the day.

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  • Appeals court denies Manning's bail request, upholds contempt finding
Appeals court denies Manning's bail request, upholds contempt finding

Neither a spokesman for Manning nor Manning's attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. Manning's ongoing, and seemingly open-ended detention seems to be centered on the recent detention of Assange in Britain, and United States hopes to ultimately acquire him through extradition.

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  • Nicola Sturgeon calls for Scottish independence referendum by 2021
Nicola Sturgeon calls for Scottish independence referendum by 2021

So why hold a second independence referendum now? She called on opposition parties to hold talks with Mike Russell, her Brexit secretary, on other options for strengthening Scotland's powers within the UK. If that can not be achieved, said Sturgeon, dealing with the consequences of Brexit, and facing up to its challenges, will be unavoidable....

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  • Another tourist falls to her death at Grand Canyon
Another tourist falls to her death at Grand Canyon

But before rescuers could get to the woman, she fell - and responding rangers found her body about 200 feet below the rim , a spokesperson told the station. The death is the fourth recent fatality at the Grand Canyon. Three other deaths in and around the park are also still being probed. Only one person - an IL man - fell to his death in the par...

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  • Boeing says it will cost $1bn to fix 737 Max aircraft issues
Boeing says it will cost $1bn to fix 737 Max aircraft issues

Revenues dipped 2.0 per cent to $22.9 billion, due to a tumble in commercial plane revenues following the suspension of 737 MAX deliveries. Boeing said its financial outlook is uncertain as it deals with the 737 Max grounding. Department of Justice. Since regulators will determine when the Max is cleared to fly again, Boeing doesn't want to provi...

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  • Parents who reported Andrew 'AJ' Freund missing now charged in his murder
Parents who reported Andrew 'AJ' Freund missing now charged in his murder

AJ's parents reported him missing last Thursday, but investigators reportedly soon concluded that there was no evidence that he had been abducted or wandered off. Responding police found dog feces and urine in the family's home. Another officer wrote that in the room where AJ and his brother slept, "the window was open and the smell of feces was ov...

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  • New IRA claims responsibility for North Ireland Journalist Lyra McKee's death
New IRA claims responsibility for North Ireland Journalist Lyra McKee's death

IRA graffiti painted over with a message declaring it a defeated army in the aftermath of the killing of 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee is pictured in Londonderry. On Friday evening, Ms McKee's partner Sara Canning told a vigil: "Our hopes and dreams and all of her unbelievable potential was snuffed out by this single barbaric act".

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  • United States move to end Iran exemptions sending oil prices higher
United States move to end Iran exemptions sending oil prices higher

The five-month high helped an index of FTSE 350 oil companies hit its highest level since October, amid forecasts that crude could be back at $80 a barrel by the summer. "China has already lodged representations with the United States side about this". The Trump administration has taken a hard... Russian Federation on Tuesday called the USA tig...

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