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He said: "It is a cold war". 'Unfortunately that was not really entirely the case, but I am an optimist and we still have a very sound foundation for the relationship between our countries, ' he said. In retaliation to the UK's steps, Russian Federation expelled 23 British diplomats and closed the British consulate general in the city of St. Petersburg, while the British Council had to shut down its operations in Russian Federation.
  • Governor quits over deadly Russian fire

    Governor quits over deadly Russian fire

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    Putin - who travelled to Kemerovo last Tuesday - had initially refused to sack the 73-year-old governor despite rare protests in the city. Last month's fire killed more than 60 people, a lot of them children. Aman Tuleyev, 73, who had been in his post in Kemerovo for nearly 21 years and was a loyal ally of Vladimir Putin said in a video address that he had asked the president if he could leave.
  • Putin To Meet Erdogan In First Foreign Trip Since Election Win

    Putin To Meet Erdogan In First Foreign Trip Since Election Win

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    However, since Russian Federation was awarded the contract in 2010, the project has been beset by delays. "The Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant is a new step to further develop Turkish economy", Putin said , adding that more than 350 Turkish companies are ready to participate in Akkuyu Power Plant project implementation.
  • Readers Write: Liberals' push for gun control endangers our safety

    Readers Write: Liberals' push for gun control endangers our safety

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    That's just 30 miles from Glens Falls, just nine miles from Whitehall. "I thank the Legislature for responding to my request to act, moving forward on bills that will help keep guns out of the hands of those who shouldn't have them". John and his wife Betsy both have concealed carry permits, which they say are for protection. "March For Our Lives believes the time is now". It proved the conversation can occur anywhere.
  • Trump declares April as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

    Trump declares April as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

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    Maureen Mostacci, with Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling, says she wants to boost awareness on the subject. When someone is sexually assaulted, it is often by someone he or she knows. This includes "forced sexual intercourse, forcible sodomy, child molestation , incest, fondling, and attempted rape", according to the DOJ. Newsweek reports that Trump extolled the virtue of listening to women who claim to have been assaulted, saying, "We must make it as easy as possible for those who ...
  • Rosenstein memo on Mueller gives OK to probe Manafort, Russia collusion

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    The memo confirms that Mueller is investigation potential collusion by members of the Trump campaign and shows that Mueller planned to investigate Manafort's work in Ukraine early on. Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort responded to his indictment by Special Counsel Robert Mueller by challenging Mueller's very authority to prosecute him in the first place.
  • Washington's apple and cherry industry wary of trade war

    Washington's apple and cherry industry wary of trade war

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    Stock markets took a tumble Monday after China raised import duties on USA pork, apples and other products. The S&P 500 lost 10.53 points, or 0.398732 per cent, to 2,630.34. Much of Trump's criticism has come after unfavorable reporting in The Washington Post, which is owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos but is a separate company from Amazon.
  • Newton girls reload for another strong soccer season

    Newton girls reload for another strong soccer season

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    McGovern has made a decision to attend BW for academics and to play football program in the fall. He said numerous guys on the team are working but only making minimum wage, which makes it hard to cover the basics like rent. Glavickas believes McGovern is up to the task. The Rivera players say they've become more and more confident in their abilities as the season has progressed.
  • SNCF strike disrupts travel in France

    SNCF strike disrupts travel in France

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    Strikes are planned to continue two days a week for three months until June 28 as unions plan to push against Macron's changes to France's vast train system. Alain Krakovitch, chief of the SNCF's Transilien network, estimated the cost of the strike at "between 10 and 20 million euros ($12.3 to 24.6 million) a day".
  • Israel suspends plan to send African migrants to Western countries

    Israel suspends plan to send African migrants to Western countries

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    Netanyahu had said on Monday that Israel and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) had reached an agreement "for the departure of at least 16,250 migrants .to Western nations". "[This is] a unique agreement between the UN commissioner and the state of Israel , that takes 16,250 people out, takes them out to developed countries like Canada , or Germany and Italy - that is the commitment the UN High Commissioner has made - to organize it and even to fund it", Netanyahu said on ...
  • Four Pakistani Christians Killed In Attack Claimed By Islamic State

    Four Pakistani Christians Killed In Attack Claimed By Islamic State

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    No terror group has claimed the responsibility for the attack. "It appears to have been a targeted attack", Moazzam Jah Ansari, a provincial police official, told Reuters . 'It was an act of terrorism'. Security risks are high during minority religious festivals in the country, according to Reuters. The deadly gun attack took place on April 2 in the Shah Zaman area of Quetta , the capital of restive Balochistan province.
  • Skripals' poisoning more in UK's interests: Russian foreign minister

    Skripals' poisoning more in UK's interests: Russian foreign minister

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    Former Russian intelligence officer Skripal and his daughter were reportedly exposed to a nerve agent in the British city of Salisbury on March 4. Amid the continuing expulsions of diplomats, Moscow said it would kick out a Montenegrin diplomat in response to the Balkan country's own expulsion of a Russian official.
  • McCabe 'Legal Defense Fund' to close after raising more than $500K

    McCabe 'Legal Defense Fund' to close after raising more than $500K

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    For his part, McCabe said he never meant to mislead anyone and that he worked to clear up inaccuracies and misunderstandings during a chaotic time that included the firing of his boss, James Comey, by President Trump in May 2017. "Now that I can speak on my own behalf, I want people to know that the whole story that everything is based on is just false and utterly absurd". "I know enough from being married to Andrew for 20 years to know what is right and what is wrong".
  • Saudi Arabia crown prince says Israel has right to homeland

    Saudi Arabia crown prince says Israel has right to homeland

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    But the crown prince's acknowledgment marks the latest sign that diplomatic ties between Riyadh and Tel Aviv are growing closer amid their common opposition to regional rival Iran. "Our Prophet Muhammad married a Jewish woman." he said. "We've called for tougher policies towards Iran for years", he said. Do you think you have a problem with anti-Semitism in your country? Saudi Arabia has traditionally been a place that has produced a lot of anti-Semitic propaganda.
  • Jesse Hernandez, 13, Falls Into Griffith Park Drainage Pipe In Los Angeles

    Jesse Hernandez, 13, Falls Into Griffith Park Drainage Pipe In Los Angeles

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    After he was decontaminated, he was taken to an area hospital for a full medical evaluation. The pipe in question feeds down to the Los Angeles River, Stewart said. He plunged 25 feet (7.62 meters) into a drainage pipe. The flow of sewage water, which is filled with toxic and risky waste and materials coming from the city, moves at around 15 miles per hour.
  • Events to honor King, 50 years since Memphis assassination

    Events to honor King, 50 years since Memphis assassination

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    In the days following King's murder, the backlash was vast rioters in more than 100 cities took to the streets. Thousands of people are expected to make the pilgrimage to Memphis for the 50th anniversary. Built in the 1940s, the gray church looks plain and boxy from the outside. Kleina said the time spent photographing King made him realize how nave he was.
  • DOJ Sues Calif. Over Federal Land Protection Bill

    DOJ Sues Calif. Over Federal Land Protection Bill

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    In California, as in many western states, the status of federal public lands is no minor matter. Sessions announced recently he was reversing Obama-era guidance on charging marijuana cases , making it easier for federal prosecutors to enforce federal laws on the drug even in states, such as California, that have legalized it.
  • Deal reached to resettle African migrants in West

    Deal reached to resettle African migrants in West

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    The groups had challenged the deportation plan in Israel's High Court, which on March 15 issued a temporary order that froze its implementation. From the Israeli side, the agreement was signed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mr.
  • Supreme Court won't revive lawsuit by American families against PLO

    Supreme Court won't revive lawsuit by American families against PLO

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    The court declined to hear 11 families' appeal of a lower court's ruling 2016 ruling to seek damages in USA courts for global terrorism incidents. Eleven American families sued the PLO, Yasser Arafat and others over seven terror incidents from 2001 to 2004, claiming that the attacks were perpetrated by security officers and other agents of the Palestinian Authority.