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Kremlin says Trump invited Putin to White House

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But White House had not publicly floated that the White House was under consideration for the eventual meeting, with Sanders saying at the time that there were "are no specific plans made at this time". But he added, "Let's hope situation allows us to do it". In their phone conversation last month, Trump congratulated Putin on his recent election win. Read More »

Guardiola focused on Liverpool in UCL, not Manchester derby

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City captain Vincent Kompany, who has been with the club for almost 10 years, said he understood the desire of fans to celebrate in front of United's players and supporters. The following season, Guardiola doubled-down on his attacking philosophy leaving his defence 3 v 3 against Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar for an engrossing game but one in which the team landing the first punch would win. Read More »

China hits back on USA tariffs, Dow falls almost 500 points

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The move will hit US farmers hard. Monday, Chinese officials urged more trade talks between Beijing and Washington, and called on US officials to revoke protectionist trade measures they say violate World Trade Organization rules. The United States buys little Chinese steel and aluminum , but analysts said Beijing was certain to retaliate, partly to show its toughness ahead of possible bigger disputes. Read More »

Why Conor McGregor Wasn't Asked To Replace Tony Ferguson At UFC 223

Ferguson and Nurmagomedov were originally set to face each other at The Ultimate Fighter 22 Finale in December 2015, but a rib injury to the Russian forced him out of the contest. The California-born fighter was due to take on Khabib Nurmagomedov in a lightweight title fight at UFC 223 in Brooklyn on 7 April. White said: "I don't think Conor McGregor could make the weight on six days' notice". Read More »

Space station to hit Earth in hours

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The chances of anyone being struck by the debris stands at less than one in a trillion. China has fought back accusations it isn't guiding the lab's re-entry. However, scientists claim the can not accurately predict the location of impact for Tiangong-1. The tumbling spacecraft poses only a slight risk to people and property on the ground, since most of the 8.5-ton vehicle is expected to burn up on re-entry, although space agencies still don't know exactly where that will happen. Read More »

Erdogan Calls Israeli Self-Defense Against Gaza Riots An 'Inhuman Attack'

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The day before, Erdogan "strongly condemned" the Israeli government over what he called "its inhumane attack". In response to the epithets, Prime Minister Netanyahu blasted the Turkish leader, saying, "The most moral army in the world will not be preached to by someone who for years has indiscriminately bombed civilian populations". Read More »

Paper leak: Plea in SC against CBSE move to conduct re-exams

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The accused have been identified as Rishabh, 29 and Rohit, 26, both teachers at a private school in Bawana , and Tauqeer, 26, a tutor at a private coaching centre there, they said. The forensic examination of the phone is expected to reveal crucial details about the modus operandi and names of their associates, police said. Among those arrested include two teachers and the owner of a coaching centre. Read More »

Man found passed out in auto leads to drug arrest

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Police said the two men knew each other and might have been arguing over a bicycle, although it was not clear if it was the one the suspect fled on. Police arrested and charged Anthony Green, of 72 Berkshire Ave., with cocaine trafficking. Read More »

The Border Wall Just Got Twice As Long As Expected

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen NielsenKirstjen Michele NielsenTrump touts construction on older border fence during stop in Ohio Poll: Nearly half support transgender people serving in military, oppose Trump's ban Trump shares photos touting "the start" of border wall MORE clarified that the photos the president shared in his tweet were part of the Calexico project. Read More »

Korean art troupe arrives in Pyongyang for performances

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The group is scheduled to hold a joint concert with North Korean artists on Tuesday. From aging crooners to bubbly K-Pop starlets, some of South Korea's biggest pop stars flew to North Korea on Saturday for rare performances that highlighted the sudden thaw in inter-Korean ties after years of tensions over the North's nuclear ambitions. Read More »

Lindsay Lohan loses Grand Theft Auto lawsuit

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To view the full article, register now. Lohan will have the option to take the case to the Supreme Court if she chooses. But actress Lindsay Lohan ( Mean Girls , The Parent Trap ) has always been wanting a piece of that pie, with the celebrity suing GTA V developer Rockstar Games back in 2014 . Read More »

Large gator pulled from pool in Sarasota County

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The Sarasota County sheriff's office tweeted images and video of the alligator being dragged from the water by the neck on Saturday. Homeowner Patricia Carver told WFLA that the alligator broke through her screened-in porch to enter the pool. Read More »

Olympics committee secures North Korea's participation in next two games

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A total of 22 athletes from North Korea competed at Pyeongchang 2018 after an IOC-led four party meeting in Lausanne on January 20, which also involved South Korea and Games organisers. It added that Bach toured the May 1 Stadium and various other sports venues in the North Korean capital. The IOC said in a statement Bach's visit is "part of the close cooperation and consultations the IOC enjoys with all of the 206 national Olympic committees". Read More »

VK Singh goes to Iraq to bring back remains of Indians

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The remains of 39 Indian construction workers captured and killed by the Islamic State group in northern Iraq were handed over to Indian authorities in Baghdad and will be flown home later Sunday. On Sunday, Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh left for Iraq in a C-17 plane to bring back mortal remains of the Indians killed in the war-torn country, sources said. Read More »

US Considers New Sanctions Against North Korea

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The UN Security Council slapped sanctions Friday on 21 shipping companies, 27 ships and one individual for alleged smuggling to help North Korea undermine existing sanctions, the US mission to the UN said. In China , two other companies - Shanghai Dongfeng Shipping and Weihai World Shipping Freight - were blacklisted for carrying North Korean coal on their vessels. Read More »

Kathleen Wynne launches attack on PC leader Doug Ford

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The program was announced by Premier Kathleen Wynne on the eve of a budget that will put the province back into deficit . The overall size of the budget, which pumps billions into health care , child care and other programs, has grown to $158.5 billion this year, up almost 12 per cent from $141.1 billion last year. Read More »

Fox News host Laura Ingraham takes week off after David Hogg comments

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Earlier this week, Ingraham took to Twitter to say that Hogg, 17, was whining about his rejections and said it was "totally predictable" that he wouldn't be accepted to those universities with a 4.1 GPA. Donny Deutsch was the most fired up of the group and did not hold back as he went after Ingraham, stating at one point that she needed to 'shut up and dribble'. Read More »

Israeli Planes Strike Gaza After Terror Explosion

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Today, Palestinians in Israel and the West Bank continue to struggle to maintain ownership of their land, and Palestinian refugees continue to be denied their right to return while Jewish people from around the world, with no connection to the land, can claim citizenship and settle in Israel or in Jewish settlements of the West Bank. Read More »

Google dedicates doodle for India's first female physician Anandi Gopal Joshi

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Joshi's life story - as short as it was - was one of courage and perseverance. Born on March 31, 1865, Joshi was the first woman of Indian origin to study and graduate with a two-year diploma in medicine in the United States. In New York, Theodicia Carpenter received her in June 1883. Joshi's achievements, however short-lived, were significant at a time when girl education had no prominence in India. Read More »

Fury as Catalan leader arrested in Scotland

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She will be represented by Aamer Anwar, a Glasgow University rector and human rights lawyer, who insisted yesterday she was the target of "political persecution". "She is truly humbled by the unconditional support from students, colleagues and the principal at St Andrews University". "Clara wishes for me to state that these charges are politically motivated and a grotesque distortion of the truth", Mr Anwar said. Read More »

March 30 is "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day"

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Vietnam veterans returned home to a society divided by the war with many people viewing them with distrust and anger. He was happy with the turnout. Jennifer Rugh, an employee in the prosecutor's office, sang the National Anthem. It's needed, I think it's necessary. Cutler continued the brief speaking to the audience about how to wear the uniform properly to avoid leeches, the type of assignments they could expect, the many hazards to avoid, and even the importance of taking malaria pills. Read More »

El-Sisi wins Egypt election with 92 percent

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According to Al-Ahram, some 25 million Egyptians out of almost 60 million eligible voters have cast their votes in the three-day election concluded on Wednesday. On Tuesday, the paper had reported that Sisi was reelected with 92 percent of the vote on a turnout of just over 40 percent. Other, more heavy-weight would-be challengers were all sidelined, detained or pulled out. Read More »

Statue of BR Ambedkar vandalised in Allahabad

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Babasaheb Ambedkar was damaged by in Uttar Pradesh . Uttar Pradesh witnessed the third incident of statue vandalizing in this month. Superintendent of police Sunil Singh said that some miscreants vandalised the statue of Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar in the intervening night of Friday and Saturday. Read More »

Ty Lue to rejoin team as an observer for tonight's game

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This will be the first time that Lue is expected to address the team since leaving the Cavaliers on March 19 because of medical and rest issues . "We're starting to get full, from both a coaching perspective and player perspective", small forward LeBron James said. Read More »