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Sirisena even said upon landing at Karachi airport that his country was pleased with the progress Pakistan was making because of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Rajapaksa said Pakistan is one of Sri Lanka's valued friends who stood by it both in times of war and peace. Later, the Sri Lankan President also presented to Prime Minister Abbasi 10 corneas arranged by the Sri Lanka Pakistan Friendship, Trade and Investment Association to be used for the treatment of visually impaired ...
  • France hostage crisis: 'Two dead' in Trèbes supermarket

    France hostage crisis: 'Two dead' in Trèbes supermarket

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    Arnaud Beltrame, 45, had offered to take the place of a hostage being held at the Super-U supermarket in the small town of Trebes by the 25-year-old perpetrator, named as Moroccan-born Radouane L. He later drove the auto to the supermarket and immediately opened fire upon people, killing two before taking several others as hostages. "He was already under surveillance when he suddenly made a decision to act".
  • Turkey 'neutralises' 9 PKK terrorists

    Turkey 'neutralises' 9 PKK terrorists

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    Here, "neutralised" implies the terrorists either surrendered or were killed or captured. Earlier in March, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Ankara and Baghdad plan to carry out a joint military operation against PKK members in the northern parts of Iraq.
  • Maryland school shooting victim, Jaelynn Willey, 16, has died

    Maryland school shooting victim, Jaelynn Willey, 16, has died

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    Jaelynn Willey was taken off life support on Thursday and was surrounded by her family when she passed away at 11:34 p.m., the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office said on behalf of the girl's family. Rollins died after the incident, although police did not specify whether it was due to the one bullet fired by the school resource officer or if Rollins killed himself.
  • U.S. accuses China of stealing patents in WTO complaint

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    This proposed crackdown - which will involve public consultations before kicking off - comes after a almost seven-month investigation by the USTR into what the White House sees as "unfair" trade policies and practices from China. "He can not force China to give in, however, because China knows the U.S.' demands are insatiable". It's not just higher prices for consumers in the USA, either.
  • Youth voices take center stage at March for Our Lives

    Youth voices take center stage at March for Our Lives

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    Then she continued with her speech, saying: "Our mission is simple, and our visions are unbeatable". "Fight for your lives before it is someone else's job", Gonzalez implored. They arrived in Washington two hours before the rally after a grueling 23-hour bus ride from Florida. "I am here to make a change". "But things have to change".
  • John Bolton Enters the Trump Administration: What to Expect

    John Bolton Enters the Trump Administration: What to Expect

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    Bolton, known for his walrus moustache, is a fierce North Korea hawk who, in his prolific writings and television commentary, has said that preemptive war would likely be the only way to stop North Korea from obtaining the capability to attack the United States with a nuclear missile.
  • Man charged with having child porn allowed to move to Colorado

    Man charged with having child porn allowed to move to Colorado

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    After he entered his guilty plea, prosecutors said the case involved up to 59 children, including some from Bradbury Heights. Detectives obtained a search warrant for the contents of Mutter's computer. Live Oak Police Chief Alton "Buddy" Williams said in a statement that Kirby was a trusted friend who betrayed the public and his family. "I have been in law enforcement for 30 years, and this has been the most hard situation I have faced", Williams said, per the DOJ.
  • Cambridge Analytica headquarters raided by British data regulators

    Cambridge Analytica headquarters raided by British data regulators

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    After receiving a warrant from a judge, about 18 enforcement agents from the Information Commissioner's Office entered the company's London offices at around 8pm last night (4am in Malaysia). Questions are also being raised about Cambridge Analytica's role in Britain's vote to leave the European Union in 2016. The search is reported to be part of a broader investigation into possible ties between Cambridge Analytica and the campaign for the U.K.
  • Winter storm passes to our south, few showers possible

    Winter storm passes to our south, few showers possible

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    But "if this thing really explodes, we could see a lot more snow", said Jake Ruckman, a meteorologist at the weather service's regional office in Blacksburg. Tonight , will be warm and muggy with lows only down to the mid 60s. The rest of the day will be cloudy and cold. Highs should finally top the 50-degree mark starting Tuesday and then every day through at least Good Friday .
  • National Basketball Association roundup: Walker, Hornets blow out Memphis

    National Basketball Association roundup: Walker, Hornets blow out Memphis

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    Howard wasn't on the court for Charlotte this time as he was suspended for accumulating too many technical fouls, but Kemba Walker picked up the slack with 46 points in a mere 28 minutes, which Elias says is the fewest minutes a player has needed to score 45 or more points since the advent of the shot clock in the 1954-55 season.
  • Merkel Attacked Turkey About the Offensive in Syria

    Merkel Attacked Turkey About the Offensive in Syria

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    Turkish troops have also been continuing efforts to search and destroy hand-made explosives and mines planted by the militants around the region . Talking to reporters in Afrin , Turkish Red Crescent head Kerem Kinik said: "I can say that mobilization has been initiated in the region by the Turkish Red Crescent in coordination with other nongovernmental organizations and AFAD [Disaster and Emergency Management Authority]".
  • MLK's granddaughter at march: 'I have a dream that enough is enough'

    MLK's granddaughter at march: 'I have a dream that enough is enough'

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    Martin Luther King Jr. famously spoke of his dream in 1963 that his children "will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character". 'Spread the word! Have you heard? Naomi Wadler , 11, of Alexandria, Va., said she was speaking out to "represent the African-American women who are victims of gun violence, who are simply statistics instead of vibrant, attractive girls full of potential".
  • Top UK diplomat likens Russian World Cup to Hitler's 1936 Olympics

    Top UK diplomat likens Russian World Cup to Hitler's 1936 Olympics

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    Russian Federation is hosting the World Cup this Summer and opposition Member of Parliament Ian Austin said Putin would use the tournament to improve Russia's image, comparing it to when Hitler's Germany hosted Olympics. Boris Johnson has compared Russia's forthcoming World Cup to Hitler's notorious Berlin Olympics in a fresh escalation in the war of words over the Salisbury nerve agent attack .
  • Russian diplomat calls for Boris Johnson to quit

    Russian diplomat calls for Boris Johnson to quit

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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".
  • Northern Ireland battle back to beat South Korea

    Northern Ireland battle back to beat South Korea

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    South Korea , led by Tottenham star Son Heung-min and with Swansea City midfielder Ki Sung-yueng wearing the captain's armband, controlled possession and pressed in search of a second goal after the break. Northern Ireland have secured a 2-1 win over South Korea in Saturday's friendly at Windsor Park. He failed to track the run of Kwon who collected Park Jo-hoo's brilliant scooped pass over the top, took a touch and beat another Northern Irish debutant Trevor Carson .