• Britain 'approves' Huawei role in 5G network
Britain 'approves' Huawei role in 5G network

This means the United Kingdom will ban products made by Huawei from the "core" of next-generation 5G telecoms infrastructure but will be allowed to help build less sensitive parts of the super-fast wireless network. This was taken up by Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Tom Tugendhat who tweeted: "Allowing Huawei into the UK's 5G infrastructure ...

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  • 'Jilted bride': As South Korea marks peace summit, North stays aloof
'Jilted bride': As South Korea marks peace summit, North stays aloof

Kim has effectively shunted the ball in Washington's court insisting that peace and security on the Korean peninsula would entirely depend on the US' future attitude and that the DPRK would gird itself for every possible situation. Ms Mockert continued: 'Our company has had no business connections with North Korea for far more than 15 years now and...

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  • Franklin Graham tells Buttigieg to repent for being gay
Franklin Graham tells Buttigieg to repent for being gay

Buttigieg also demoted the police chief, Darryl Boykins and paid $75,000 in a settlement with Boykins who said he was demoted due to the mayor's " racial animus ". And that's the thing I wish the Mike Pences of the world would understand - that if you've got a problem with who I am, your problem is not with me. Buttigieg formally announced his ca...

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  • Terror arrest clouds Anzac Day services
Terror arrest clouds Anzac Day services

The arrested man was from Syria and he was taken into custody in Tekirdag, a province close to the Gallipoli peninsula, a police spokesman told the ABC. A source told Australia's news.com.au that police believed he was planning to bomb the service or drive a vehicle into the crowd. "It is one of our nation's foundational stories, one that means a...

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  • Democratic Voter Support for Impeachment Cooling As Fight For It Heats Up
Democratic Voter Support for Impeachment Cooling As Fight For It Heats Up

There's really no doubt that Mueller's finding of no collusion and Barr's finding of no obstruction has taken the wind out of the left's sails on ousting Trump before 2020. Mnuchin said he planned to make "a final decision" on whether to provide Trump's tax records by May 6. The president said his administration gave "1.4 million" documents...

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  • Protesters glue themselves to the London Stock Exchange
Protesters glue themselves to the London Stock Exchange

Extinction Rebellion climate change protesters hold a banner as they briefly block traffic going around Parliament Square in central London , Wednesday, April 24, 2019. So, how did the police manage to unglue her ... upper half from the street? The boat named Berta Cáceres after a murdered Honduran environmentalist, was taken away by police...

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  • Parrot arrested for warning drug couriers of Police presence
Parrot arrested for warning drug couriers of Police presence

It reportedly shouted "Mum, the police!" whenever it spotted authorities in the area. "He must have been trained for this", one officer involved in the operation said of the two-winged wrongdoer. On this particular day, one officer Patrick Sadiki was on his daily routine job when he snapped a sweet selfie capturing the incredible human side of th...

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  • A Record FTC Fine Won't Fix Facebook, Privacy Experts Say
A Record FTC Fine Won't Fix Facebook, Privacy Experts Say

The joint report of the two privacy commissioners finds major shortcomings in Facebook's practices, highlighting a need for legislative reform to protect Canadians. " Facebook should not get to decide what Canadian privacy law does or does not require". His office can now only issue recommendations and cannot impose fines for non-compliance.

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  • ‘If Modi makes mistakes, raid his house too’: PM on oppn criticism
‘If Modi makes mistakes, raid his house too’: PM on oppn criticism

Apart from Narendra Modi from the BJP and Ajai Rai from Congress, Shalini Yadav will represent the Samajwadi Party from Varnasi. "Maybe BJP wants this because they know that wherever she is campaigning, BJP will lose badly", Congress leader Ragini Nayak said while taking to ANI.

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  • The Times view on President Xi's Belt and Road initiative: Chinese Burn
The Times view on President Xi's Belt and Road initiative: Chinese Burn

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers his speech for the opening ceremony of the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) in Beijing , April 26, 2019. In his speech, Mr Xi said China would boost efforts to secure intellectual property protection, increase imports of goods and services and ensure a fair trading environment f...

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  • Emiliano Sala's Father Horacio Dies Of A Heart Attack In Argentina
Emiliano Sala's Father Horacio Dies Of A Heart Attack In Argentina

Emiliano had signed for Cardiff City in a club record £15m deal and was travelling to his new club after returning to old side Nantes when his plane went missing. This is a dream. He described his son as "small town humble boy", adding: 'He was a lad who always fought for what he had'. Investigators reveal that they found a body in the wreck...

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  • Storm Hannah to batter United Kingdom as temperatures plunge
Storm Hannah to batter United Kingdom as temperatures plunge

Met Eireann forecaster Liz Walsh says motorists need to be extra careful out on the roads from 6 o'clock this evening. As the storm moves east across Wales and central England, the heavier rain should clear on Saturday morning with the afternoon slowly becoming drier and brighter from the west.

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  • More detentions as death toll in Sri Lanka attacks rises to 359
More detentions as death toll in Sri Lanka attacks rises to 359

President Sirisena however praised police and military officials who were responding to the bombings, diffusing unexploded bombs, and apprehending suspects. "We believe there may be some links", he added. "New Zealand has not yet seen any intelligence upon which such an assessment might be based", the statement said.

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  • Man convicted of hate crime executed
Man convicted of hate crime executed

He was the second man executed for Byrd's killing. King's "execution tonight was just punishment for his actions", she said, noting that Byrd had three children and four grandchildren. On Monday, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles unanimously refused to grant him a reprieve. King had claimed that Mr Byrd's death was not a hate fuelled m...

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  • Trump Moves To Withdraw U.S. From U.N. Arms Trade Treaty
Trump Moves To Withdraw U.S. From U.N. Arms Trade Treaty

US lawmakers have not ratified the treaty, which was signed by Obama in 2013. U.S. President Donald Trump during an annual meeting of the National Rifle Association ( NRA ) in Indianapolis, Indiana , U.S., April 26, 2019. The NRA has long opposed the treaty, which regulates the $70 billion business in conventional arms and seeks to keep weapon...

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  • 15 vehicles involved in major crash on I-70 near Denver
15 vehicles involved in major crash on I-70 near Denver

The exact number of fatalities was not known as of Thursday. At least six people were hospitalized with injuries after the crash, according to the Lakewood Police Department . "We still are just getting to the wreckage", Countryman said. Heat from the fire also caused damage to a bridge, NBC reported . Video from the scene showed towering ora...

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  • May resumes Brexit talks with opposition amid Conservative party revolt
May resumes Brexit talks with opposition amid Conservative party revolt

Before the Easter recess, the prime minister urged MPs to "reflect on the decisions that will have to be made swiftly on our return". Senior government ministers are resuming their talks with leading Labour figures in a bid to reach a deal, but the two sides remain a long way from a breakthrough.

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  • Philippines president threatens war with Canada over garbage pileup
Philippines president threatens war with Canada over garbage pileup

Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said Wednesday she thinks a solution can be found "in the coming weeks" to the argument over who's responsible for dozens of containers of Canadian garbage that have been sitting in a port in Manila for nearly six years.

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  • Russian Agent Maria Butina To Be Sentenced In Federal Court On Friday
Russian Agent Maria Butina To Be Sentenced In Federal Court On Friday

Prosecutors Friday brought a former senior Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence official to court who was prepared to testify about how Butina's actions posed "serious potential harm to the U.S.". "I have three degrees, but now I'm a convicted felon with no job, no money and no freedom", Butina added. An emotional and apologetic B...

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  • Kim Jong Un: US acted in bad faith at Vietnam talks
Kim Jong Un: US acted in bad faith at Vietnam talks

The KCNA said Kim and Putin held in-depth discussions to promote "strategic communication and tactical collaboration" over the security situation on the Korean Peninsula. North Korean media also quoted Kim as saying "the peace and security of the Korean Peninsula will depend entirely on the stance the U.S. takes in the future".

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