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College student charged in United States for slowly poisoning roommate

College student charged in United States for slowly poisoning roommate

The two had reportedly shared lodging for several years during their studies and Mr Royal thought they were friends until presented with the lab results. In April, The Brown and White reported that ...

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ISIS may be behind grisly murders of backpackers in Morocco

ISIS may be behind grisly murders of backpackers in Morocco

A suspect in the nearby city of Marrakesh was later arrested, with police confirming they are hunting other individuals also identified as suspects. Moroccan authorities previously said a suspect ar...

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The bodies of six baby seals were found decapitated in New Zealand

The bodies of six baby seals were found decapitated in New Zealand

The Department of Conservation's regional manager Dave Hayes said at the time: "This is a callous and cowardly attack on seals, especially newborn pups, unable to defend themselves against someone...

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Jeremy Corbyn tables no confidence motion in Theresa May

Jeremy Corbyn tables no confidence motion in Theresa May

Meanwhile, in Brussels , the European Commission activated plans for a possible no-deal Brexit on March 29, making clear that they are created to "protect the vital interests of the EU". Britain woul...

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European Union reaches deal with Italy over 2019 budget

European Union reaches deal with Italy over 2019 budget

Italy has avoided the threat of a multibillion-euro fine from the European Commission after it buckled under pressure from Brussels and reduced its giveaway budget. The clash between Brussels and...

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Stephen Miller Defends Trump’s Syria Withdrawal To CNN Audience

Stephen Miller Defends Trump’s Syria Withdrawal To CNN Audience

The interview began with Blitzer asking about Mattis' abrupt resignation on Thursday and the disagreements between the defense secretary and President Donald Trump. "The president said that Mattis i...

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Flynn Leaves Court After Sentencing Postponed

Flynn Leaves Court After Sentencing Postponed

Sullivan said to Flynn before suggesting that his wrongdoings were treasonous. "That one came up snake eyes", Joe Scarborough added. Prosecutors hadn't recommended prison, but the hearing that b...

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Sudan declares state of emergency amid protests

Sudan declares state of emergency amid protests

Angry protesters on Thursday set fire to the headquarters of President Omar al-Bashir's National Congress Party (NCP) in two locations, witnesses said. "They attacked the headquarters of the NCP and s...

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British tourist raped in Goa a year after backpacker murder

British tourist raped in Goa a year after backpacker murder

She had left her guesthouse to catch a train from Canacona railway station to Thivim - but after it got delayed, she chose to make the one mile walk back to her accommodation alone. He was nabbed in t...

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U.S., Mexico pledge billions in aid to Central America

U.S., Mexico pledge billions in aid to Central America

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador weighed in on the plan at a morning press conference before the announcement was made, saying: "I have a dream that I want to see become a reality. In a...

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Russian Interference With 2016 US Elections More Widespread Than Previously Thought

Russian Interference With 2016 US Elections More Widespread Than Previously Thought

The controversy over disinformation was proof, said a sarcastic piece from the state news service , that Moscow's most "potent weapon" against American is "truth, told with a smile", referring to th...

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The Five on Ocasio-Cortez Calling Politico Story 'Birdcage Lining'

The Five on Ocasio-Cortez Calling Politico Story 'Birdcage Lining'

Rep. -elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dumped all over a Politico article Tuesday, calling it "birdcage lining". Ocasio-Cortez, a self-avowed democratic socialist, who is heading into her freshman t...

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New Zealand warns Google over naming murder accused

New Zealand warns Google over naming murder accused

The justice minister of New Zealand has threatened Google that it would face prosecution for sending out a mass mail that included the name of a man that is suspected of murdering Grace Millane , a b...

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No one can 'dictate' to China what it should, shouldn't do: Xi

No one can 'dictate' to China what it should, shouldn't do: Xi

During Tuesday's ceremony, Beijing recognized 100 "reform pioneers" and 10 recipients of the "China Friendship Medal". Scientists, artists and entrepreneurs such as Alibaba founder Jack Ma , Tenc...

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Imran Khan speaks to United Nations chief, raises Kashmir issue

Imran Khan speaks to United Nations chief, raises Kashmir issue

Kumar said Pakistan must take action against terror groups operating from its soil instead of commenting on India's internal affairs. "I think it will be better if their mind their own business and ...

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Albania expels two Iranian diplomats for harming national security

Albania expels two Iranian diplomats for harming national security

The diplomatic mission published the letter , dated December 14, on its Twitter page on December 20. The foreign ministry said the decision to expel the two diplomats had been taken with "ally co...

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United Kingdom accuses China of 'widespread cyber intrusion' campaign

United Kingdom accuses China of 'widespread cyber intrusion' campaign

Rosenstein said the threats posed by the hacking operation, which dates back to 2006, had never been more severe or more pervasive, and were part of China's ultimate goal to replace the United St...

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M7.4 quake strikes off Russian Federation; no tsunami threat

M7.4 quake strikes off Russian Federation; no tsunami threat

There were no casualties or property damage as the result of the Kamchatka quake, TASS reported citing Russian government officials. Three weeks ago, a 7.2 quake struck near Anchorage, the largest c...

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Donald Trump Attorney General ignores Russia recusal advice

The news network attributed the information to an unnamed source, who said Whitaker had consulted with ethics officials for advice. As acting attorney general, Whitaker is senior to deputy attorney ...

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Obama turns Santa for sick children in DC hospital

Obama turns Santa for sick children in DC hospital

Barack Obama surprised patients when he delivered gifts at a children's hospital in Washington on Wednesday. Obama greeted patients in their rooms and in some of the facilities' playrooms, handing ...

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Khalilzad meets COAS, appreciates Pakistan’s role in Afghan peace process

Khalilzad meets COAS, appreciates Pakistan’s role in Afghan peace process

USA envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, who tweeted that talks held this week in the United Arab Emirates were "productive", was in Pakistan on Wednesday to meet with the chief of the country's army before head...

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'I can’t hide my disgust, my disdain’: judge lambasts Michael Flynn

'I can’t hide my disgust, my disdain’: judge lambasts Michael Flynn

The sentencing hearing before Judge Sullivan in the case of Michael Flynn was weird beyond belief yesterday. Mr Trump signalled his interest in the case by tweeting "good luck" to Flynn hours befo...

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Top Senate Democrat says Trump's attorney general pick should not be nominated

Top Senate Democrat says Trump's attorney general pick should not be nominated

Because firing Comey was an inherently legal act, with no allegation of there's no reason to charge the president with a crime based on a theory of his motivation for the act. Bush, a Republican , fro...

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Trump meeting with House Republicans amid border wall showdown

Trump meeting with House Republicans amid border wall showdown

It was not immediately clear which members would attend the meeting although ABC News confirmed that House Speaker Paul Ryan would be there. The Senate quickly passed it Wednesday before it move...

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DHS: Immigrants seeking asylum in United States will be sent to Mexico

DHS: Immigrants seeking asylum in United States will be sent to Mexico

The United State and Mexican authorities have reportedly reached a bilateral agreement this week; allowing members of the "migrant caravan" to remain in northern Mexico as the USA processes thousands ...

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House GOP tries to restore money for border wall

House GOP tries to restore money for border wall

The last-minute scramble came after several days of whiplash, which began last week when Trump said in a meeting with Democrats that he would be proud to oversee a shutdown if it meant securing ...

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Defense secretary Jim Mattis to retire in February, Trump says

Defense secretary Jim Mattis to retire in February, Trump says

General Mattis was a great help to me in getting allies and other countries to pay their share of military obligations". In his unvarnished resignation letter , Mattis said he was stepping down so ...

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Terrorism suspected in Morocco murder of Scandinavian hikers

Terrorism suspected in Morocco murder of Scandinavian hikers

The bodies of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen of Denmark and Maren Ueland of Norway were discovered at a campsite above the tourist village of Imlil, a well-known departure point for mountain hikes. Norw...

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Critics of criminal justice bill make final push for 'poison pill' changes

Critics of criminal justice bill make final push for 'poison pill' changes

The Senate passed a sweeping criminal justice bill late on Tuesday that addresses concerns that the nation's war on drugs had led to the imprisonment of too many Americans for non-violent crimes wit...

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A ceasefire in Hodeidah provides a glimmer of hope for Yemen

A ceasefire in Hodeidah provides a glimmer of hope for Yemen

A source in the Saudi-led coalition arrayed against the Houthis told Reuters that if worldwide monitors were not deployed in Hodeidah soon, the deal could falter. But the truce was delayed on Friday...

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Pakistan will do everything to further Afghan peace process: PM Khan

Pakistan will do everything to further Afghan peace process: PM Khan

The US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation , Zalmay Khalilzad, led the US team in the talks that included envoys from Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan as well as the host country...

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53 journalist deaths tied to work so far in 2018

53 journalist deaths tied to work so far in 2018

Reporters Without Borders said 348 journalists were being detained worldwide, compared with 326 at this time in 2017. "Murders, imprisonment, hostage-taking and enforced disappearances have all inc...

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Indians to benefit as United Kingdom plans to remove cap on skilled migrants

Indians to benefit as United Kingdom plans to remove cap on skilled migrants

Home Secretary Sajid Javid has described it as the "biggest shake-up in 40 years". Every shipment of live animals or animal products from Britain would face controls at European Union borders an...

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North Korea won't give up nukes unless US removes nuclear threat

North Korea won't give up nukes unless US removes nuclear threat

Amid a rapprochement between the United States and North Korea this year, in May North Korea released three American citizens who had been detained in the reclusive country. "I think it is fair to say...

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British Airways to resume flights to Pakistan in June

British Airways to resume flights to Pakistan in June

Thomas Drew, Britain's top diplomat in Pakistan, said the resumption of flights was excellent news and would "give a particular boost to our growing trade and investment links". "This will further str...

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