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Johnson replied: "I think that your characterisation of what is going to happen in Moscow, the World Cup, in all the venues - yes, I think the comparison with 1936 is certainly right and it is an emetic prospect to think of Putin glorying in this sporting event".
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    Trump accused Democrats of abandoning Dreamers, immigrants brought to the country by their parents at young ages and now partially protected by the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA), and claimed there were not enough funds for a U.S.
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    Among the many celebrities that attended today's (March 24) March For Our Lives rallies across the U.S.to protest gun violence, was Paul McCartney . McCartney was of course referring to his former bandmate John Lennon, who was fatally shot by Mark David Chapman at the entrance to the Dakota, his residence on the Upper West Side.
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    It's unclear how long Antetokounmpo will be out for, but the Bucks' priority at this time is likely to guarantee that their superstar is healthy enough for the postseason. "I loved our effort, especially early", coach Fred Hoiberg said. "I thought we really set the tone in the first quarter". The 3-point and paint areas have been the root of the Bucks' problems on defense of late.
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    In court, prosecutors revealed that the man the couple hired was an undercover police officer who recorded 14 phone and in-person conversations. Jacob was arrested with his girlfriend, veterinarian Valerie McDaniel, in March of 2017. Valerie McDaniel took her own life past year. She was divorced about a year and a half before the alleged murder-for-hire plot. "Inject her heart with potassium chloride, stop her heart, untraceable", Jacob was heard saying to the fake hitman.
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    However, the BSP lost out in a cliffhanger yesterday. To a query related to fighting the 2019 elections without the support of the Telugu Desam Party and the Shiv Sena, he said: "11 parties joined hands with the BJP in 2014". As an effort to preserve the alliance, the SP has cancelled the victory celebration of its candidate Jaya Bachchan which was supposed to be held at the party headquarters in Lucknow today.
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    The escalating tension sent shivers through financial markets as investors foresaw dire consequences for the global economy if trade barriers start going up. Hu Xijin has been the editor-in-chief of the Global Times since 2005. The office of the US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Friday that the USTR had filed a request for consultations with China at the WTO to address "discriminatory technology licensing agreements".
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    Easter Worship Service on April 1 at 10:30 a.m. Palm branches were used by the people to welcome Jesus as King during his triumphal entry into the holy city of Jerusalem. The palms used on Palm Sunday are blessed before the service and are then considered holy objects by many. Easter services will be held at 10 a.m.
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    Ms Bel Trew was driven to the airport and forced to board a flight in February, but the London-based paper held off commenting publicly as it sought to negotiate her return to cover elections starting on Monday. Egypt's Interior Ministry said Saturday that an explosion in the coastal city of Alexandria has killed at least one policeman and wounded four others.
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    Godwin then allegedly made the following statement to a staff member: "Scott is having an event this Saturday. I will just handle this myself", he said , according to court documents. "Godwin has been charged with threatening to murder and assault a United States official, and faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison, if convicted", the spokesperson said.
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    I'm not going to do it again", he said . He had earlier said that he was considering a veto for the bill. They can still get work permits under the program and can also get a driver's license. But a congressional GOP source told Fox News talks broke drown after Democrats pushed for a path to citizenship to include also those who are now eligible - expanding those covered to 1.8 million.
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    How was such collected data used? 'The claim that this is a data breach is completely false, ' Facebook said in a statement on Saturday, saying app users knowingly provided their information. He also didn't explain why Facebook never informed the public of what had happened, though it apparently knew about the whole data breach back in 2015.