• Donald Trump pushes drug dealer death penalty
Donald Trump pushes drug dealer death penalty

The administration could not provide information about when it would now be appropriate to seek the death penalty under current law for trafficking drugs. "Now maybe our country's not ready for that". Berman said the issue would be litigated extensively and would have to be definitively decided by the United States supreme court.

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  • Rahul continues tirade against BJP over Rafale deal
Rahul continues tirade against BJP over Rafale deal

Expressing coinfidence over the Congress winning the 2019 polls, he said that there was a wave iacross the country against Mr Modi and the BJP which had left the PM anxious. The Congress charge was led by party chief Rahul Gandhi, who mounted a blistering assault on Modi, accusing him of symbolising crony capitalism and saying the country's poor co...

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  • Renée Zellweger Is Practically Unrecognizable As Judy Garland In New Biopic
Renée Zellweger Is Practically Unrecognizable As Judy Garland In New Biopic

Zellweger will star as Garland in Judy, a film about Garland's final concerts in London. In the first image shared by worldwide distributor Pathé, we see Zellweger seamlessly transform into the iconic entertainer, complete with Garland's signature brunette updo.

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  • Britain, EU reach deal on post-Brexit transition period
Britain, EU reach deal on post-Brexit transition period

It will "keep all the advantages and benefits of the single market, custom union and EU policies" while it will have to "respect the rules". However, they will not come into force until after the transition ends. "A decisive step remains a step, we are not at the end of the road and there is a lot of work still to be done on important subjects ...

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  • Enemy of Putin was murdered, police say
Enemy of Putin was murdered, police say

Counterterrorism detectives are leading the case " because of the associations Mr. Glushkov is believed to have had ", the Metropolitan Police force said. Glushkov's death comes in the same week as United Kingdom home secretary Amber Rudd announced that some of those deaths are to be reinvestigated by police and Britain's internal MI5 security se...

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  • ITV cancel this week's Saturday Night Takeaway
ITV cancel this week's Saturday Night Takeaway

It has been reported that his mum, Christine, and his labrador, Hurley, were passengers in the auto at the time of the incident. "He has spoken with Dec and ITV today and asked for time off for the foreseeable future". This is the latest in a string of personal setbacks for the star. Last summer, Ant attended a rehab treatment facility for drin...

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  • Trade groups tell Trump his China tariffs risk a
Trade groups tell Trump his China tariffs risk a "chain reaction"

After a major tax reform victory, widespread tariffs on everyday consumer goods will wipe out much of the benefits realized by the average American household. Entities looking to obtain exclusions from the newly passed steel and aluminum tariffs received some clarity on how to do so recently when the Department of Commerce posted the procedures f...

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  • Missing teen girl found in Mexico; man arrested
Missing teen girl found in Mexico; man arrested

Amy Yu was " unharmed and in good health ", Allentown police said in a statement. Esterly is now being held in Miami pending extradition to Pennsylvania, where he is expected to face the charge of interference with the custody of a child, said The Morning Call .

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  • Austin 'serial bomber' showing 'higher level of skill'
Austin 'serial bomber' showing 'higher level of skill'

The three previous bombs were all created to look like packages , though none of them were sent through any package delivery service. The University of Texas' campus police force is warning students returning from spring break to be aware of the four recent bombings to hit Austin, saying, "We must look out for one another".

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  • Trump lashes out at special counsel Mueller
Trump lashes out at special counsel Mueller

The memos could factor into special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation as his team examines Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation and possible obstruction of justice. On McCabe, Schiff said the firing might have been justified, but that Trump's repeated attacks on McCabe in the lead-up to the firing could belie an inappropriate motivation...

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  • Uber is stopping self-driving vehicle tests after fatal accident
Uber is stopping self-driving vehicle tests after fatal accident

She later died from her injuries in a hospital, police said . Until now, all road accidents involving self-driving cars were minor crashes, mostly caused by other human drivers or by the self-driving car's human driver while driving between tests [1, 2].

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  • Teenage Egyptian student dies after 'racist' gang attack at Nottingham bus stop
Teenage Egyptian student dies after 'racist' gang attack at Nottingham bus stop

Nottinghamshire police said it was aware of social media posts and discussions with regard to the recent tragic death of Mariam Moustafa. Mariam's family suggest she was the victim of a hate crime, but detectives say there is no evidence to support that.

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  • Warren Gatland calls Ireland best in northern hemisphere
Warren Gatland calls Ireland best in northern hemisphere

Leading 14-10 at halftime thanks to Liam Williams' opportunistic try and three Leigh Halfpenny penalties, Wales produced a strong defensive effort in the second half to restrict the French to just three more points despite their dominance of possession.

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  • Egyptians overseas begin voting in election
Egyptians overseas begin voting in election

Sixty million eligible voters will cast their ballots in the election on March 26-28 in Egypt, while expatriates will vote on March 16-18 at 139 polling stations located in embassies and consulates of 124 countries, said Ibrahim in a press conference.

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  • Russian Federation expels British diplomats
Russian Federation expels British diplomats

Addressing reporters on March 18 as he was headed for a landslide reelection held earlier in the day, Putin said Russian Federation "has no such" weapon of the kind that Britain says was used in the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the southern English city of Salisbury earlier this month.

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  • Syrian army has seized 70 percent of Ghouta enclave - statement
Syrian army has seized 70 percent of Ghouta enclave - statement

The Syrian army said it had captured 70 per cent of Eastern Ghouta , after splitting the area into sections to facilitate the battle against various rebel groups there. The offensive has pushed thousands more to flee their homes into regime-controlled areas. On Friday, the enclave's main rebel groups - Faylaq al-Rahman, Jaish al-Islam and Ahra...

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  • Protests Sweep Brazil After Murder of Councilwoman Against Police Brutality
Protests Sweep Brazil After Murder of Councilwoman Against Police Brutality

She was elected to Rio's city council with the leftist PSOL party in 2016 and was an outspoken supporter of poor black inhabitants of favelas , frequently accusing the police of carrying out extrajudicial killings. Marielle, who openly railed against police violence, was killed when criminals fired nine shots into her vehicle. Franco's backgro...

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  • The 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' Trailer Is Here!
The 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' Trailer Is Here!

The trailer for the Jersey Shore revival Jersey Shore: Family Vacation is out offering a preview of the mess and craziness that come along with the return of the gym-loving and tan-fixated crew. Missing from the party is Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancolo, who did not agree to do the reunion special alongside ex Ortiz-Magro, who is now expecting his ...

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  • Snow and ice bring disruption as `mini beast from the…
Snow and ice bring disruption as `mini beast from the…

Widespread snow across the United Kingdom overnight has hit transport links, with police forces in the worst-hit regions urging people to avoid non-essential road travel. More than 70 flights scheduled to fly to or from Heathrow Airport on Saturday have already been cancelled. Great Western Railway advised passengers not to travel on Sunday, whil...

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  • Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent
Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent

Responding to Mr Chizhov's claim that Russian Federation destroyed all its chemical weapons in 1992, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Mr Johnson said: "We actually have evidence that within the last 10 years Russian Federation has not only been investigating the delivery of nerve agents for the goal of assassination, but has also bee...

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