• US 'will regret it' if it violates nuke deal: Iran
US 'will regret it' if it violates nuke deal: Iran

On Sunday, Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, told that state-run press that Iran has the power to begin enriching uranium - needed to create nuclear weapons - to 20% within just four days of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei giving the order.

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  • Seoul optimistic about
Seoul optimistic about "secret, direct contact" between USA and North Korea

Experts have urged the Government to engage in diplomacy with the North Korean regime to keep Kim from triggering an global nuclear conflict. USA media outlets reported over the weekend that North Korea has told the U.S.it is ready to talk about giving up its nuclear weapons program.

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  • Russell Crowe's divorce auction rakes in $3.7million
Russell Crowe's divorce auction rakes in $3.7million

Conveniently falling on the same day as Crowe's 54th birthday and would-be 15th wedding anniversary, the bidding paused to bring out local singer Alisa Nasteski to serenade the star with "Happy Birthday". The Australian actor introduced lot number 31, a late 19-century Leandro Bislach violin that Crowe used in the film Master and Commander . A r...

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  • Tour bus headed to Masters overturns, driver charged with DUI
Tour bus headed to Masters overturns, driver charged with DUI

The Georgia State Patrol said the crash occurred on Interstate 20 eastbound about 15 miles west of Augusta, where the tournament is held each year. Official said none of their injuries appeared to be life-threatening. 18 people were onboard the bus at the time of the crash. He said: "It's not the way we planned the day". At least 17 of the 18...

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  • Principles Agreed To In Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan
Principles Agreed To In Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan

Earlier this week, a high-level Pakistani delegation led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua met President Ghani and other Afghan officials to discuss various important issues. Afghanistan and the USA have blamed Pakistan for allegedly providing safe havens to elements of the Afghan Taliban and Haqqani Network. "Pakistani security forces are unde...

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  • Brazil election scrambled even more with Lula prison order
Brazil election scrambled even more with Lula prison order

The order was issued as Brazil's Supreme Court had ruled Lula da Silva for a 12-year jail sentence which is supposed to begin from Friday ( April 6). A defiant Workers Party, founded by Lula, said its supporters would take to the streets to defend his right to run. The Workers Party has refused to openly discuss an alternative to nominating Lula...

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  • Takfiri Militant Begin to Leave Douma in Eastern Ghouta
Takfiri Militant Begin to Leave Douma in Eastern Ghouta

Jaish al-Islam has not confirmed any deal with the Syrian government over eastern Ghouta . Jaish al-Islam is the last remaining rebel group in Eastern Ghouta but has repeatedly denied agreeing to leave the area. The Syrian army launched a massive operation in February against the rebels in Eastern Ghouta and secured the evacuation of 150,000 c...

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  • Trump Suggests Any DACA Deal With Democrats Is Dead
Trump Suggests Any DACA Deal With Democrats Is Dead

Maryland's sole Republican in Congress, Andy Harris, told WJZ earlier this year that he wants stronger border security but does not want to deport Dreamers. People aren't coming to DACA. "The benefits of DACA is a work permit, security number, driver's license, in Minnesota and some other states you can get in-state tuition", Rivera said.

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  • Israel using banned arms against Gaza protesters, watchdog says
Israel using banned arms against Gaza protesters, watchdog says

Israel, it added, "like any other country in the world, is subject to global law which restricts the use of weapons in general and live ammunition in particular [against unarmed demonstrators]". Rev Mellor and Baker said:"We pray for a resolution of the conflict in the region, for the end to occupation and a just resolution for Palestinian refuge...

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  • Space station re-entry called mostly successful
Space station re-entry called mostly successful

The space station formerly known as the "Heavenly Palace," originally launched in September 2011 and was viewed as a major step for the space agency in its quest to build a space station by 2020. All in all, the station "conducted six successive rendezvous and dockings with spacecraft Shenzhou-8, Shenzhou-9, and Shenzhou-10 and completed all assi...

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  • Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort challenges special counsel's authority
Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort challenges special counsel's authority

Arguments for that case are scheduled for this Wednesday, before the same judge overseeing the criminal case against Manafort. Manafort claims that Deputy Attorney General Rod RosensteinRod Jay RosensteinRosenstein taps longtime prosecutor as deputy Lawyer gets jail time in first sentence of Mueller probe DOJ authorized Mueller to investigate al...

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  • Dad Who Became Taxi Driver to Find Missing Girl Finds Her
Dad Who Became Taxi Driver to Find Missing Girl Finds Her

According to Chinese media, as Wang did not have a picture of Qifeng he used a picture of his other daughter in leaflets as they looked similar. "I cried when I sent the message", she said , explaining that it simply read, "Have you found your daughter?" In 2015, Mr Wang chose to broaden the search by signing up as a driver with ride-hailing c...

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  • New York Files Lawsuit Over Census Citizenship Question
New York Files Lawsuit Over Census Citizenship Question

It notes that in 1980 the Census Bureau fought back against a lawsuit to compel it to include a question about immigration status on the decennial survey, saying it would "severely jeopardize the overall accuracy of the population count".

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  • MILITARY TO BORDER: Trump to DEPLOY US TROOPS to Protect Southern Border
MILITARY TO BORDER: Trump to DEPLOY US TROOPS to Protect Southern Border

Despite his claim on Tuesday that he is taking an nearly unprecedented step, Donald Trump is not the first commander in chief to deploy troops to the US-Mexico border. Meanwhile, in a statement late Monday, the Mexican government said about 400 members of the caravan had already been sent back to their home countries.

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  • United States to relax emissions standards for cars and trucks
United States to relax emissions standards for cars and trucks

Former President Barack Obama's EPA "made assumptions about the standards that didn't comport with reality, and set the standards too high", Pruitt said in a statement . However, lobbying groups representing US automakers argued that the proposed fuel economy targets would be hard and expensive to achieve and will force them to produce smaller...

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  • Britain wants 'proportionate' response to Russian Federation after spy poisoning
Britain wants 'proportionate' response to Russian Federation after spy poisoning

Gary Aitkenhead, the chief executive of the Government's Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), said the poison had been identified as a military-grade Novichok nerve agent which could probably be deployed only by a nation-state.

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  • Prince Philip admitted to hospital for hip surgery
Prince Philip admitted to hospital for hip surgery

The 96-year-old royal, who is married to Queen Elizabeth II , skipped Easter services this past weekend in order to rest up prior to his operation. He did not attend a church service last week attended by the monarch because of a hip problem, a royal source said last week.

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  • Parkland students are mocking new clear backpacks
Parkland students are mocking new clear backpacks

Following the shooting on February 14 that left 17 dead and sparked a nationwide student-led campaign against gun violence, Florida's Broward County school board have outlined a new list of safety protocols. "No matter how much we tell them to listen to us there will always be a backpack manufacturer saying, "Hey they need clear backpacks, we...

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  • Rick Gates associate is the first to be sentenced in Mueller probe
Rick Gates associate is the first to be sentenced in Mueller probe

Dutch attorney Alex Van Der Zwaan , who has been sentenced to 30 days behind bars, has acknowledged making false statements about conversations with Gates and an unknown agent whom prosecutors referred to as "Person A" as part of the ongoing investigation into the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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  • Israel Cancels Plan To Deport Africans
Israel Cancels Plan To Deport Africans

Most of the African migrants in Israel are from Eritrea and war-torn Sudan, saying they fled danger at home and that it is not safe to return. The migrants, themselves, said that under a previous effort that paid migrants to leave, the main destination was Rwanda, with others going to Uganda.

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