• Russian Federation expels 23 British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack

    Russian Federation expels 23 British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack

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    The country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it had ordered the diplomats to leave within a week, moments after Britain's ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow left the ministry in Moscow . British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said the United Kingdom government believes it "overwhelmingly likely" that Russian president Vladimir Putin ordered the nerve agent attack in England on a former double agent.
  • Video confirms deputy didn't confront Parkland school gunman

    Video confirms deputy didn't confront Parkland school gunman

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    The footage above focuses mostly on Peterson. For a period of time, Peterson is obscured by a pole. "Anytime you have something like that, we can have this situation where we shoot people that we don't want shot or we don't shoot people that need to be shot", said Petersen, who also directed one of the largest police academies in Texas and is a senior researcher at Right on Crime.
  • 14 dead as migrant boat sinks off Greek island

    14 dead as migrant boat sinks off Greek island

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    Greek coastguard officers were searching for survivors this afternoon after one of the deadliest incidents in months for migrants trying to complete the unsafe journey. Greek authorities said they believed there were 22 people on the boat. The tragedy in the Aegean struck nearly two years to the day since the European Union and Turkey struck a multi-billion euro deal to curb the number of migrants and refugees trying to make their way to Europe.
  • Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats, Escalating Row Over Ex-Spy's Poisoning

    Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats, Escalating Row Over Ex-Spy's Poisoning

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    Moscow responded on Saturday by expelling 23 British diplomats from Moscow in a tit-for-tat measure. They remain in critical condition in hospital. Police officers enter the forensic tent erected outside the home of Nikolai Glushkov in New Malden, on the outskirts of London, March 16, 2018. British police said on Friday that he died from compression to the neck and opened a murder investigation.
  • Blow for BJP in by-polls

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    The humiliating aspect was that Gorakhpur had earlier been held many times by Uttar Pradesh chief-minister Yogi Adityanath who quit as M.P. past year soon after the BJP's victory in U.P. Especially worrisome for the BJP was the fact that it was trounced by the BSP-backed Samajwadi Party in the high-stakes Gorakhpur and Phulpur bypolls which could boost the chances of a 'mahagathbandhan' of anti-BJP parties before the 2019 general elections.
  • Sweden, North Korea talks extended to Saturday

    Sweden, North Korea talks extended to Saturday

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    Foreign Minister Taro Kono agreed with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence to maintain pressure and sanctions on North Korea to urge Pyongyang to take specific steps toward complete denuclearization. It could suggest a potential breakthrough, or a fallback to the North's longstanding position that it's willing to get rid of its nuclear weapons if the United States guarantees its safety.
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats as toxin-attack crisis deepens

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats as toxin-attack crisis deepens

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    The British diplomats have one week to leave the country, a measure that is similar that the one taken by the United Kingdom against 23 officials from the Russian Embassy in that country. A Russian scientist disclosed details of the secret program in the 1990s, and later published the formula for Novichok. Britain has escalated a war of words with Russian Federation over the incident in recent days.
  • Murder inquiry launches for Russian exile found dead in London

    Murder inquiry launches for Russian exile found dead in London

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    The death of Nikolai Glushkov , confirmed by his lawyer in Russian Federation, came a week after former spy Sergei Skripal was left critically ill from nerve agent poisoning in the city of Salisbury. In light of the attack on Skripal, the British government said police will look again at the deaths of more than a dozen Russians, including Berezovsky.
  • State beats Creighton to move on in NCAA Tournament

    State beats Creighton to move on in NCAA Tournament

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    Keep up with the latest from the NCAA Tournament. "We know we're going to have a tough task on Sunday". "Xavier was really, really effective, because Thomas is a really good player, too", Weber said, "and Xavier did a great job on him, gave us great energy".
  • BJP worker's father beheaded allegedly for naming town square after Modi

    BJP worker's father beheaded allegedly for naming town square after Modi

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    The Darbhanga police on Friday arrested four men in connection with the murder of an elderly man for naming the street in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi . He added that the attackers were upset that there was a Modi square in a place considered to be an RJD stronghold. "When we protested, they said that the RJD's victory in bypolls to one Lok Sabha and an assembly seat marked their party's resurgence and hence they wanted to rename the square after Lalu Prasad", Yadav had ...
  • Kejriwal assures full support to Delhi's protesting traders

    Kejriwal assures full support to Delhi's protesting traders

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    Majithia had filed a defamation case against Kejriwal, Sanjay Singh and Ashish Khetan following the allegation made during campaigning in the Punjab Assembly elections. Khaira said that he was getting numerous messages from volunteers and that he wanted to ensure them that whatever decision is taken, would be in the interest of Punjab.
  • Special CBI Court to pronounce verdict in Fodder scam case

    Special CBI Court to pronounce verdict in Fodder scam case

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    A special CBI Judge Shiv Pal Singh on Wednesday put off verdict in the view of the counsel for Lalu Prasad filing a petition under 319 CrPC. It is noteworthy that the decision on illegal withdrawal of 3.13 crore rupees from the Dumka Treasury in the fodder scam has still been undecided on RJD chief Lalu Yadav.
  • Trump lawyer claims porn star Stormy Daniels is liable for $20million

    Trump lawyer claims porn star Stormy Daniels is liable for $20million

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    Clifford's attorney, Michael Avenatti, told The Associated Press his client had been "physically threatened", but he didn't provide details. He said he would "not confirm or deny" if the threats came from the president himself. Meanwhile, lawyers for the President have claimed in court papers filed by his lawyers on Friday that the actress could be up for damages of at least $US20 million ($26 million) for breaching a confidentiality agreement she had with Mr Trump's lawyers.
  • Seoul aims for more talks ahead of North Korea-US summit

    Seoul aims for more talks ahead of North Korea-US summit

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    US President Donald Trump spoke over phone with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in over the upcoming engagement with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and the preparations related to it, the White House said . "We've been working with North Korea ". Mr Trump, having made a decision to accept Mr Kim's invitation to a meeting, wanted to have a secretary of state who was in lock step with his views, these people said.