• Palestinian scholar killed in Malaysia
Palestinian scholar killed in Malaysia

Malaysian police say the 34-year-old al-Batsh was gunned down early Saturday by two assailants who shot at least eight bullets from a motorbike as he was heading to a mosque for dawn prayers in Kuala Lampur. Israeli forces have responded with live ammunition, wounding hundreds in addition to those killed. On 31 March, the day after Israel kille...

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  • As GOP balks, McConnell shuts down bill to protect Mueller
As GOP balks, McConnell shuts down bill to protect Mueller

When asked if he'll be shocked if Trump fired Mueller, McConnell responded, "Yes, I don't think he should and I don't think he will". To the contrary, the Kentucky Republican has risen to the pinnacle of US power, as Senate majority leader, by turning up those "jangling discords" to a almost deafening level - with no moral or ideological compass ot...

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  • Trump Uses Expletive To Describe Rudy Giuliani, But In A Good Way
Trump Uses Expletive To Describe Rudy Giuliani, But In A Good Way

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani will be the newest member of President Donald Trump's flailing legal team. Sekulow said Trump was pleased with Giuliani's arrival, describing him as a "friend for a long time" who "wants to get this matter quickly resolved for the good of the country".

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  • Countdown to the royal wedding
Countdown to the royal wedding

Once she got into Hollywood she turned into a different person. "Meghan's driving everyone insane with her diva demands She's a perfectionist, and she's trying to control everything going on around her". 'The plan is for her to change after the ceremony so that she can party the night away in something glamorous and less restrictive. The insi...

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  • US Senate allows babies in chamber
US Senate allows babies in chamber

And on Thursday, she helped make history again: Her new daughter was the first infant allowed on the Senate floor. The inspiration for the new rule is a small bundle named Maile Pearl, born April 9 to Illinois Democrat Tammy Duckworth -the only sitting senator in US history to give birth.

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  • Mail bomber becomes oldest prisoner to be given death sentence
Mail bomber becomes oldest prisoner to be given death sentence

Moody's simmering anger toward the courts built until, authorities said, he mailed out four pipe bombs in 1989. Corrections Commissioner Jeff Dunn said Moody was not given any sedatives. "He was a great judge, a great lawyer before that, and a great father", he said earlier as the execution loomed. They also argued that the aggravating factors us...

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  • Russian Propaganda Pushes Back Against Western Airstrike on Syria's Chemical Weapons Program
Russian Propaganda Pushes Back Against Western Airstrike on Syria's Chemical Weapons Program

Western powers accuse the Damascus government of an April 7 chemical attack in Douma, near Damascus, where the World Health Organization said 43 people who died suffered "symptoms consistent with exposure to highly toxic chemicals". The OPCW was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013 for its efforts to destroy Syria's chemical weapons stockpile. J...

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  • Israel marks 70th anniversary of its founding
Israel marks 70th anniversary of its founding

The Nakba is not a crime of the past, it is ongoing. "This is an annual event, for Palestinians inside (Israel) to affirm that they are still an inseparable part of the Palestinian people", Munib Tarabeh, the deputy mayor of the Palestinian-majority Israeli town of Sakhnin, told MEE.

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  • G7 endorses US-led air strikes in Syria
G7 endorses US-led air strikes in Syria

Douma was freed by Syrian government forces last week, after a Russia-brokered agreement with Jaysh al-Islam militants occupying the town resulted in their mass evacuation to Syria's north. "Three countries have intervened, and let me be quite frank, quite honest - this is for the honor of the worldwide community", he said in the French city of Str...

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  • Russian Federation on wrong side of Syria war: Mike Pence warns Putin
Russian Federation on wrong side of Syria war: Mike Pence warns Putin

Syria came under attack one week after a suspected chemical weapons attack hit the Syrian town of Douma near Damascus. Pence said he was grateful for the opportunity to meet with the Mexican president, although he made no reference to Pena Nieto's call for "mutual respect".

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  • Commitment to peace as strong as commitment to protect territory: Modi
Commitment to peace as strong as commitment to protect territory: Modi

It will set up defence innovation hubs throughout the country to provide necessary incubation and infrastructure support to the start-ups in the defence sector ". "We are living in an interconnected world, therefore the strategic imperative for Make in India and Make for India, is stronger than before", the Prime Minister added.

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  • Mark Duckerberg: Second Congressional grilling sees boss dodge questions like a pro
Mark Duckerberg: Second Congressional grilling sees boss dodge questions like a pro

Some U.S. lawmakers have raised the possibility of regulating Facebook and other social media companies . Rep. Jan Schakowsky, a Democrat from IL, recounted a long list of Zuckerberg's apologies over the years before concluding: "This is proof to me that self-regulation does not work".

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  • Former Colombian rebels blame US for leader's arrest
Former Colombian rebels blame US for leader's arrest

The rocky road towards peace just took another bump in Colombia as authorities captured ex-FARC head Seuxis Hernandez, known through his alias Jesús Santrich, on charges of drug trafficking and money laundering. Hernandez and his co-conspirators allegedly told the buyers that they had access to laboratories to supply the cocaine, to US-register...

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  • Seventh murder charge for alleged Toronto serial killer
Seventh murder charge for alleged Toronto serial killer

While McArthur is believed to have met his victims on dating apps or Toronto's Gay Village, Judi Riley told CBC News that her brother, Jon, wasn't gay. McArthur, 66, was wearing an orange jumpsuit and was standing close to the camera during his appearance, according to the Toronto Star . Idsinga said the sprawling investigation is now scrutini...

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  • Walmart to spend $68M in New Jersey on new stores, initiatives
Walmart to spend $68M in New Jersey on new stores, initiatives

In total 21 analysts cover Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE: WMT ). Walmart Inc. Considering that the stock recent volume of 9127798 shares, this represents a pretty noteworthy trading in volume size. Investors seeking value in the stock market may be eyeing the Magic Formula Rank or MF Rank for Walmart Inc . (NYSE:WMT) by 28.3% during the third quarter,...

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  • Ribbons on cars for child abuse prevention
Ribbons on cars for child abuse prevention

Across the country, April is recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. "We view childhood sexual abuse as a community crisis", Seidel said in a letter to donors. Children's Trust of SC reports 17,662 confirmed cases of child abuse in the state in 2017. Of that number, 69 percent were for neglect, 26 percent for physical abuse, 4 percent for sex...

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  • In the parliamentary elections in Hungary has won the ruling coalition
In the parliamentary elections in Hungary has won the ruling coalition

Orban's Fidesz party snapped up nearly half the vote (48.8%). German MEP Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann, of the Socialists and Democrats grouping, said Orban had been "very successful with a campaign of fear against migrants". "They supported all that we do and they expressed the friendship of the Bavarian and Polish people", Orban continued. Still, rela...

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  • Massive Oklahoma teacher protests enter 2nd week
Massive Oklahoma teacher protests enter 2nd week

The teacher, Keri Hoffman, also told authorities the student was among a group that she accompanied to the Capitol for the teacher walkout . A San Antonio educator is keeping tabs on the teacher walkouts in her former state of Oklahoma .

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  • President Xi offers olive branch to America, say analysts
President Xi offers olive branch to America, say analysts

Private sector analysts saw Xi's speech as an overture to help end the biggest trade dispute since World War II. Xi tried to rank China being a guardian of absolutely free commerce and collaboration in response to Trump's " America first " involves export restrictions and a overhaul of transaction deals to create them even more beneficial into ...

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  • 30 dead, including 27 children, in India bus crash
30 dead, including 27 children, in India bus crash

According to a report from OPD received Monday night, "the investigation revealed that a Student Transportation of America school bus had come to a stop along Sprague Street just east of 22nd Street at a designated student drop off location".

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