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Damian Green, the first secretary of state and May's de-facto deputy, told Politico the prime minister wanted to get back to the domestic agenda, given the message sent to the party at the general election. "It would allow the government to seize control from the parliament that the British people have just elected". The giant Bill will be debated on Thursday and MPs will vote on Monday.
  • Red Cross chief to raise missing Israelis in talks with Hamas

    Red Cross chief to raise missing Israelis in talks with Hamas

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    The world chief of the Red Cross will raise the issue of the five Israelis held captive in Gaza when he meets with the Hamas leadership on Tuesday. Hamas officials have said that they want to negotiate a prisoner swap deal with Israel, but have refused to begin talks until Israel frees 54 prisoners who were rearrested after being released in a previous prisoner exchange.
  • DACA decision reignites debate over immigration reform

    DACA decision reignites debate over immigration reform

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    To qualify, applicants must have been younger than 31 on June 15, 2012, when the program started, and have come to the USA before they were 16, living here continuously since at least June of 2007. "And I don't want my home to be taken away from me", she said. "It's upsetting. I'm kind of nervous, and I don't know, so many feelings at the same time", said 35-year-old Saul Madrid, who is considered a " Dreamer ".
  • Kidnap Victim Spotted In Arizona

    Kidnap Victim Spotted In Arizona

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    According to our sister station in Las Vegas , 55-year-old Virginia Paris is safe after being dropped off at a casino in Henderson. This undated photo provided by the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office shows Joseph Hetzel. He then pushed her into a vehicle and drove off quickly, officials said. Paris allegedly told authorities that Hetzel was headed to Utah, officials said.
  • Negative Tone Prevails as 2nd Round of NAFTA Talks Wind Down

    Negative Tone Prevails as 2nd Round of NAFTA Talks Wind Down

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    Perhaps you will begin to understand why ag leaders are nervous about negotiations to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement as renegotiations begin. The Globe and Mail newspaper quotes a source as saying USA negotiators are taking a hard line. The value of U.S. apparel imports from Canada in 2016 totalled US$561m, of which US$543m was under the FTA (97% utilisation rate).
  • Dead toddler found encased in concrete after neighbours 'smelled odour'

    Dead toddler found encased in concrete after neighbours 'smelled odour'

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    In March, he told police that he had not met his son for almost a month. In March, Brewer initiated contact with the Kansas Department of Children and Families about the boy's welfare, Gilmore said. SEDGWICK COUNTY- Law enforcement authorities are investigating after police found the remains of a child. "The property owner was cleaning out his rental property and he alerted police to a suspicious concrete structure that he located inside the residence, and there was an odor emitted from ...
  • Nuclear weapons test, a gift to US, North Korea says

    Nuclear weapons test, a gift to US, North Korea says

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    North Korea's latest and biggest nuclear weapons test which has created world wide condemnation making even it's ally countries like China, Russia to talk against it is ready to send "more gift packages " to the United States, according to one of its top official.
  • If Congress fails on DACA, I'll 'revisit' it

    If Congress fails on DACA, I'll 'revisit' it

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    The officials who said they are considering suing the federal government are yet to reveal what the legal basis would be. DACA recipients must meet several requirements, including having no criminal record. He tweeted: "Congress, get ready to do your job - DACA! ". But in a statement Tuesday afternoon, McConnell praised Trump's decision to pull the plug on the program.
  • Judge to rule on whether MSU must allow white nationalist's speech

    Judge to rule on whether MSU must allow white nationalist's speech

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    Padgett's complaint, filed September 3, alleges MSU's denial of the request violates both the First and the Fourteenth amendments. MSU announced in August that it would deny space for the group, citing the recent violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, which left one woman dead after an alleged white supremacist ran his vehicle into a crowd of counterprotesters.
  • Israel evicts Palestinian family from East Jerusalem home

    Israel evicts Palestinian family from East Jerusalem home

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    Israel's Supreme Court has chose to delay the eviction of Jewish settlers from a Palestinian home which they had taken over by force in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron, Palestine Online reported on Monday. In 2013 the Israeli Supreme Court ruled in favour of the Jewish claimants. After an eight-year lull in evictions, Israeli authorities kick out the Shamanseh family from their home in Sheikh Jarrah .
  • Kitten rescued in Boston tunnel needs a name

    Kitten rescued in Boston tunnel needs a name

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    One officer, Sergeant Bob Dateo, stopped tunnel traffic in order for the Animal Rescue League of Boston to enter the area and retrieve the kitten. The Animal Rescue League of Boston quickly rescued the kitten. Police have asked the public for help in naming the kitten. Several hundred people have already posted potential names on the state police Facebook post.
  • Howard, Tipton counties under 'enhanced risk' for severe weather today

    Howard, Tipton counties under 'enhanced risk' for severe weather today

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    This storm could produce damage to trees, roofs and siding. This includes Interstate 390 between exits 4 and and Interstate 86 between exits 30 and 33. The NWS reported the severe thunderstorm will be near New Fairfield around 5:25 p.m. and near Danbury and Brookfield around 5:30 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch has ended for much of southern Ontario, but not before heavy rain and high winds hammered much of the region Monday evening.
  • Teacher Makes Students Remove Trump Apparel, Says It's 'Neo-Nazi' Slogan

    Teacher Makes Students Remove Trump Apparel, Says It's 'Neo-Nazi' Slogan

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    A video circulating online shows the math teacher telling the students that the shirts weren't allowed, "just like you can not wear a swastika to school". The incident involves a teacher removing two high school students for wearing Trump t-shirts . Lyn Orletsky teaches math at River Ridge High School in Woodstock, Georgia .
  • War-Ravaged Syria on Verge of Historic World Cup Qualification

    War-Ravaged Syria on Verge of Historic World Cup Qualification

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    It means Syria finished third in Group A of the Asian World Cup qualification stages on 12 points. The war has negatively impacted the country's soccer industry, the country's most popular sport. But they have softened their stance, with veteran striker Firas Al Khatib ending his exile in March before Omar Al Soma was recently lured back to partner Al Hilal's Omar Khrbin in attack.