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As relations between the two nations sank to a new post-Cold War low, almost two dozen Russian diplomats in London were packing their bags to leave Tuesday after an expulsion order from Britain. Until very recently, Mr Trump appeared to remain curiously in awe of Mr Putin, but U.S. officials have expressed outrage at the chemical attack in the United Kingdom, and a special prosecutor is reportedly advancing strongly in his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens

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    Russian Federation has refused Britain's demands to explain how Novichok, a nerve agent developed by the Soviet military, was used to strike down Sergei Skripal , 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, in the southern English city of Salisbury. "We have said on different levels and occasions that Russian Federation has nothing to do with this story", he said. But, there are also fears Putin could launch a deadly attack on United Kingdom soil.
  • Russia's Doing Something A Little Different To Get Voters To The Polls

    Russia's Doing Something A Little Different To Get Voters To The Polls

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    Despite a lackluster campaign period, the 65-year-old President is the clear front-runner. "The program that I propose for the country is the right one", he declared. Asked about the percentage of votes he hopes to win, Vladimir Putin told reporters that he would be satisfied with "any that gives the right to serve as president".
  • Czech foreign minister rejects Russia's nerve toxin origin claim

    Czech foreign minister rejects Russia's nerve toxin origin claim

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    Chemical weapons experts will come to the United Kingdom on Monday to test samples of the Novichok nerve agent used in the attack on former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter, Yulia, Boris Johnson has announced. "In case of further unfriendly actions against Russia, the Russian side reserves the right to take further retaliatory measures - this is what the British Ambassador was told on Saturday", he said .
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

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    Russia has announced that it will expel 23 British diplomats within a week in response to London's "provocative" measures over the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. British Ambassador Laurie Bristow said the appalling attack on Britain used a chemical weapon developed in Russian Federation and not declared at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, as Russian Federation is obliged to do under the Chemical Weapons Convention.
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    It has underperformed by 6.12% the S&P500. Icon Advisers Inc increased its stake in Rpc Inc. National Planning Corp sold 41,376 shares as Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM)'s stock rose 0.21%. It also reduced its holding in Suncor Energy Inc. Vision Capital Mgmt Inc holds 0.14% of its portfolio in Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) for 5,395 shares.
  • Bill Hader & Fred Armisen Reunite on 'SNL' Cold Open

    Bill Hader & Fred Armisen Reunite on 'SNL' Cold Open

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    Cooper put to Session that there were rumors. "Sorry, I just blurted that one out", he said. Looking for news you can trust? Up next were Wolff and Scaramucci, who acted as if they were two peas in a highly nonfunctional pod and that the firings - especially "Rexy's" - were bound to happen.
  • "Sikkim & West Bengal Will Work Together"- CM Mamata After Meeting Sikkim CM

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    Last June, Mr Chamling had written to Union home minister Rajnath Singh backing the Gorkhaland demand and in turn the West Bengal government too had written to Mr Singh, protesting against his support. "All the misunderstanding about Darjeeling has also been cleared out in the meeting". It has been very good. I think it is good for the people of Darjeeling.
  • Russian presidential elections begin, Vladimir Putin eyes fourth term

    Russian presidential elections begin, Vladimir Putin eyes fourth term

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    Since first being elected president in 2000, Putin has stamped his total authority on Russian Federation muzzling opposition, putting television under state control and reasserting Moscow's posture overseas. As U.S. authorities investigate alleged Russian hacking and other interference in President Donald Trump's 2016 election, Russian authorities have claimed that foreign powers are seeking to interfere in Sunday's vote.
  • In tit-for-tat move Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

    In tit-for-tat move Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

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    Specialist officers in protective suits prepare to secure the police forensic tent that had been blown over by the wind and is covering the bench where Sergei Skripal was found critically with his daughter on March 4 and were taken to hospital sparking a major incident, in Salisbury on March 8, 2018 in Wiltshire, England.
  • Met Office upgrades snow warning to amber for North Somerset

    Met Office upgrades snow warning to amber for North Somerset

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    Yellow severe weather warnings remain in place for nearly the whole of England, large parts of Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland. The Met Office have issued a "Yellow Warning of Snow and Ice" after snow fell in Andover again last night and with further expected today (Sunday ).
  • Britain accuses Russian Federation of secretly stockpiling deadly nerve agent used in attack

    Britain accuses Russian Federation of secretly stockpiling deadly nerve agent used in attack

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    She also broke off all high-level contacts over the chemical attack that poisoned former Kremlin double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the city of Salisbury on 4 March. The Russian statement said the government could take further measures if Britain makes any more "unfriendly" moves. He added: 'We support exactly what the prime minister said and we condemn Russian Federation for this, condemn them.
  • Iran to reject any change to nuclear deal

    Iran to reject any change to nuclear deal

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    Trump said that Tillerson's slated replacement, acting CIA Director Mike Pompeo, had "a very similar thought process", prompting speculation that the White House may leave the deal, as it has long threatened to do despite pleas from the other five signatories, which support the agreement.
  • Drivers warned not to travel as more snow forecast for Leeds

    Drivers warned not to travel as more snow forecast for Leeds

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    We now have a yellow warning for snow and ice in place for the rest of today (18 March), following an amber warning that stretched from 4pm on Saturday afternoon right through to 9am on Sunday morning. Here is the latest Met Office hour-by-hour forecast for Sheffield for Sunday and overnight. This continuing across some parts throughout the day, often heavy and persistent, giving further significant accumulations.
  • Russia's United Kingdom diplomat expulsion doesn't change facts of matter, says Theresa May

    Russia's United Kingdom diplomat expulsion doesn't change facts of matter, says Theresa May

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    LEADERS of the four biggest powers in the Western world have taken the unprecedented step of issuing a joint demand that Russian Federation should fall into line following the Salisbury nerve agent attack . Skripal and his daughter remain in critical condition, while the police officer is in serious condition. Russian Federation denies being the source of the poison, suggesting it could have been another country, and has demanded that Britain share samples collected by investigators.
  • Britain, Russia trade blame over poisoning of former spy

    Britain, Russia trade blame over poisoning of former spy

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    London has accused the Kremlin of orchestrating a nerve toxin attack on a former Russian double agent and his daughter in southern England. "Russia's response doesn't change the facts of the matter - the attempted assassination of two people on British soil, for which there is no alternative conclusion other than that the Russian State was culpable".
  • Family of 4 with 2 children found dead in Garden Grove

    Family of 4 with 2 children found dead in Garden Grove

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    They said they had been living in the parking lot for about a month. The grim discovery was made about 8:45 p.m. after a homeless woman noticed a odd odor coming from the white Honda and notified authorities, according to the Garden Grove Police Department.
  • Russia, ever more isolated, set to re-elect Putin

    Russia, ever more isolated, set to re-elect Putin

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    The current president looks set to win the election , with opposition leader Alexei Navalny barred from running after announcing his candidacy in December. Britain has escalated a war of words with Russian Federation over the incident in recent days. "We take pride in him", said Marianna Shanina , a resident of the Crimea region.
  • Johnson: 'Overwhelmingly likely' Putin ordered nerve agent attack

    Johnson: 'Overwhelmingly likely' Putin ordered nerve agent attack

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    She said Britain had canceled an invitation for Lavrov to visit and would not send ministers or royals to the soccer World Cup this summer in Russian Federation - though the England team will still compete in the tournament. Russian Federation has claimed that the nerve agent could have come from another former Soviet country, pointing to Moscow's foe, Ukraine. "It is hard to say what may be happening in neighbouring countries", he was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency.
  • $456M Powerball ticket sold in Pennsylvania

    $456M Powerball ticket sold in Pennsylvania

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    The winning numbers of Saturday night's drawing were 22, 57, 59, 60, 66, and the Powerball was 7. If you bought a Powerball ticket in Pennsylvania for Saturday's drawing, you may be holding a piece of paper worth $457 million. The jackpot, at $456 million, is the eighth-largest in Powerball history, officials said. She chose the cash option for a pre-tax lump sum of $352 million.