• Sally Yates Was the Real Blackmailer
Sally Yates Was the Real Blackmailer

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer minimized the warnings saying that "If President Obama was truly concerned about General Flynn, why didn't they suspend his security clearance, which they approved just months earlier?" But McFaul, who has been heavily critical of President Trump and Flynn, wondered how a Russian blackmail operation again...

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  • U.S. airstrikes target pro-Assad forces in Syria
U.S. airstrikes target pro-Assad forces in Syria

The aircraft struck the convoy as it headed toward a remote coalition garrison near the border with Jordan , a U.S. defense official said. On April 7, the United States forces fired 59 Tomahawk missiles targeting regime's Shayrat air base in Homs province for being used in the chemical attack on the Syrian town of Khan Shaykhun.

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  • Leaders line up without May and Corbyn — ITV Debate
Leaders line up without May and Corbyn — ITV Debate

Nuttall may have confused her with former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett, who resigned past year. Four leaders of minor United Kingdom political parties criticized Theresa May's approach to Brexit in a television debate ahead of next month's general election that the prime minister herself declined to take part in.

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  • Javier Valdez, Award-Winning Mexican Crime Journalist, Assassinated
Javier Valdez, Award-Winning Mexican Crime Journalist, Assassinated

From an interview with DuncanTucker https://t.co/Q3hqU4VIO1 ... In a report released this month, the group noted that most killings of journalists go unpunished in Mexico. News of his slaying shook Mexico's journalism community, already alarmed by a spike in attacks against the media this year. "Being a journalist is like being on a blacklist",...

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  • China's Xi confident in the future of new 'Silk Road' effort
China's Xi confident in the future of new 'Silk Road' effort

Hours before the summit opened, North Korea launched another ballistic missile, further testing the patience of China, its chief ally. The United States sent a delegation led by Matt Pottinger, special assistant to the president and senior director for Asia at the National Security Council.

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  • Tillerson - Trump did not discuss 'sources, methods' in meeting with Russia's Lavrov
Tillerson - Trump did not discuss 'sources, methods' in meeting with Russia's Lavrov

One of those national security objectives, Tillerson said, is to try to establish a better relationship with Russian Federation despite that nation's interference in last year's US presidential election. Tillerson said he's unconcerned about speculation (from moonbats like Todd) that he may not be able to remain independent from Trump if he had to ...

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  • Iran's Rouhani says upcoming election 'historical decision'
Iran's Rouhani says upcoming election 'historical decision'

Raisi is challenging Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in this Friday's presidential election. He has accused incumbent President Hassan Rohani of mismanagement and favoring rich Iranians at the expense of the poor. "The leverage of my power does not possess some things, but some things will be possible with a vote of more than 51 percent", he sa...

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  • Armed rebels in C. African Republic city agree to leave
Armed rebels in C. African Republic city agree to leave

Herve Verhoosel, spokesman for the United Nations mission, told Reuters: 'The situation is extremely deplorable and we are doing everything to rapidly retake control of Bangassou'. Rebel fighters in the Central African Republic. The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has also expressed " outrage " and called on the authorities to "investigate ...

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  • Families who sheltered fugitive Snowden looking for fast track asylum to Canada
Families who sheltered fugitive Snowden looking for fast track asylum to Canada

Snowden was hiding in Hong Kong in June 2013 after revealing to the press that he had classified information. Their lawyers and some city legislators have said two of the Sri Lankan refugees have been targeted by agents from their home country who traveled to Hong Kong .

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  • Stay 4Warned: Severe weather expected several days this week
Stay 4Warned: Severe weather expected several days this week

Storms are a little more likely Monday night. Down to about Highway 30, there is a slight risk area for severe storms for scattered severe storms and more short-lived and not widespread activity. High temperatures might stall in the mid 50s to low 60s with a Twin Cities metro high around 60. Showers and a few storms may linger into Wednesday be...

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  • West Bank votes in polls underlining split
West Bank votes in polls underlining split

More than a million Palestinians were registered to choose from among 4,400 candidates in a vote that was seen as yet another sign that reconciliation may be a long way off. Fatah only won clear victories in two major cities, Jenin and Jericho. East Jerusalem's 300,000 residents didn't take part in the elections. More than 200 others either failed ...

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  • Tennessee Woman Accused of Chasing Republican Congressman David Kustoff After Town Hall
Tennessee Woman Accused of Chasing Republican Congressman David Kustoff After Town Hall

David Kustoff, a freshman Republican, in her auto after a town hall event on Monday. "Wright exited her vehicle and began screaming and striking the windows" of Kustoff's auto, at one point reaching inside. Kustoff voted for the American Health Care Act and posted a statement in support of the bill on his website. Another aide who was behind ...

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  • DPRK poses
DPRK poses "potentially existential threat": US intelligence chief

US officials are unsure if Iran will build nuclear weapons, but it is likely this intention would dictate Tehran's future adherence to the nuclear deal, which the administration of former President Barack Obama framed in such a way as to leave out the issue of ballistic missiles.

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  • Snake hunter snags almost 17-foot python in Florida
Snake hunter snags almost 17-foot python in Florida

A Florida python hunter, working on a python eradication project commissioned by the South Florida Water Management District, caught the largest snake the current project has seen to date, measuring up at nearly 17 feet long. Crum's python catch earned him $375, WFOR-TV reported. This snake was a big catch but still not the largest, that record...

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  • Jordanian stabber shot dead in Jerusalem
Jordanian stabber shot dead in Jerusalem

Closed circuit footage released by police shows a bald man in a jacket lunging at the uniformed officer and swiping a knife at him before pinning him to the ground. Police said the attack was an act of terror. Israel says the violence is fueled by a Palestinian campaign of incitement. Israel has identified majority as attackers.

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  • Pakistan's deputy Senate leader wounded in roadside bombing
Pakistan's deputy Senate leader wounded in roadside bombing

Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, the senior lawmaker, suffered only minor injuries in the attack. Television footage from the scene showed several badly damaged vehicles and motorcycles, with windscreens shattered and severe blast damage visible, as the police established a cordon around the site.

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  • Class 12 results of Gujarat board declared
Class 12 results of Gujarat board declared

Apart from Science stream, almost 5.14 lakh students have appeared for 12th class exams in 2017. Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) is going to declare the results of HSC (Higher Secondary Certificate) in Science Stream today at 10 AM in the official website.

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  • Britain's Business secretary says energy market is inefficient
Britain's Business secretary says energy market is inefficient

Mrs May denied she was resurrecting an Labour policy derided as "Marxist" by David Cameron when it was put forward by Ed Miliband in 2015. She says in The Sun the measure could "save families on poor value tariffs as much as £100". "It is clear to me that the energy market is not working for ordinary working families". However, she said she...

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  • Palestinians seek to boycott Pizza Hut over hunger strike 'mockery'
Palestinians seek to boycott Pizza Hut over hunger strike 'mockery'

The National Committee for the Support of the Prisoners' strike said in a press statement that Israel's media was "waging a serious war of lies and misleading information to create a state of confusion in the Palestinian public and among hunger striking prisoners".

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  • White House was warned Trump aide Flynn a blackmail risk
White House was warned Trump aide Flynn a blackmail risk

James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence under Obama, and Sally Yates, who was Deputy Attorney General, will testify to the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on crime and terrorism, the first such public testimony by former officials from the Democratic administration in one of congressional probes on Russian Federation.

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