• Boris Johnson Compares World Cup In Russia To Hitler Hosting The Olympics
Boris Johnson Compares World Cup In Russia To Hitler Hosting The Olympics

He said: "I think the comparison with 1936 is certainly right". In the wake of the attempted murder by poisoning of a former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, Prime Minister Theresa May declared that no United Kingdom ministers or members of the British royal family will attend the tournament.

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  • Russian expelled diplomats leave Moscow embassy in London
Russian expelled diplomats leave Moscow embassy in London

But German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said the European Union stood beside Britain, and its analysis of what happened. On a visit to Warsaw, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said there was significant evidence pointing to Russia's responsibility in the poisoning, and that the duty now lies with Moscow to prove that it wasn't involved.

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  • Senate Intelligence Committee to Question Homeland Security Head
Senate Intelligence Committee to Question Homeland Security Head

The committee made multiple mentions of the Department of Homeland Security's failure to coordinate with states - and state-level distrust of that department - during the 2016 election. The committee's recommendations are a preview of an election security report that is expected to be released in its entirety in the coming weeks.

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  • Trump Offers Embarrassing Welcome to Bin Salman, Treats Him Like Milking Cow
Trump Offers Embarrassing Welcome to Bin Salman, Treats Him Like Milking Cow

Mohammed Bin Salman , also popularly called MBS , the crown prince of Saudi Arabia in his current visit to the United States has been on a shopping spree for arms and ammunition. In May 1999, Saudi defense minister Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz visited the Kahuta Research Laboratories and he and Sharif were briefed there by German-educated scientist...

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  • Trump floats Putin meeting after call to congratulate him on re-election
Trump floats Putin meeting after call to congratulate him on re-election

Trump also did not bring up Russia's meddling in the 2016 election, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told members of the press, CNN reported . He made no mention of Russia's election meddling or its alleged attack in Britain March 4. Ms Sanders said Mr Trump didn't criticise the conduct of Russia's election in the call.

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  • #DapchiGirls: Prioritise medical needs of released girls - SERAP
#DapchiGirls: Prioritise medical needs of released girls - SERAP

He said the students had been freed following "back channel efforts" by the Nigerian government. Boko Haram, the group that has killed tens of thousands and displaced millions in the Lake Chad region, is opposed to what it perceives as western-style education.

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  • White House Defends Trump's Congratulatory Call To Putin
White House Defends Trump's Congratulatory Call To Putin

Trump was immediately advised that the idea wasn't feasible for federal government employees and couldn't be enforced, a source familiar with how things unfolded told CNN . "But past that, I can't get into the security and, obviously, I can't get into that any further". "This is insane", said attorney Debra Katz, who has represented numerous g...

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  • Shedding Light On Growth Forecasts For Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)
Shedding Light On Growth Forecasts For Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)

Analyst's mean target price for MDLY is $8.17 while analysts mean recommendation is 2.00. Stock price of Amazon is now steady at $1,586.50 in after-hour trading. The higher the number, the more profit per dollar is being made on investor capital. The lower the PEG ratio, the more the stock may be undervalued given its earnings performance.

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  • Syria: Ghouta deal may mark turning point in war
Syria: Ghouta deal may mark turning point in war

Years of siege and bombardment have been a strategy by the Syrian army to force rebels to surrender and help Syrian President Bashar al-Assad recover all of Aleppo, Homs and other areas. It was the second time in a week that schoolchildren were killed in bombing raids in Syria. Douma , which is the largest urban centre in eastern Ghouta, had bec...

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  • Russian Federation probe receives memos from Andrew McCabe on Trump interactions
Russian Federation probe receives memos from Andrew McCabe on Trump interactions

Republican Party leaders have yet to take any action to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired, though more Republicans are telling President Donald Trump to quit criticizing Mueller. On Monday Trump called the probe "a total WITCH HUNT with massive conflicts of interest!" Another tweet refuted the news that McCabe had writ...

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  • Sasikala's husband dies: Jailed AIADMK leader expected to get parole
Sasikala's husband dies: Jailed AIADMK leader expected to get parole

He was responsible for establishing the Mullivaikkal memorial in Thanjavur district. The association developed into trust as Natarajan and his wife stood by Jayalalithaa through one of her darkest hours as a politician, following the death, in 1987, of her mentor and then Chief Minister MG Ramachandran.

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  • Explosion rattles FedEx facility near San Antonio
Explosion rattles FedEx facility near San Antonio

The agent said that "it's more than possible" that this package is related to the explosions that have occurred in Austin in recent days. Authorities say a package bomb exploded at a FedEx distribution center near San Antonio. Sources say the package was bound for Austin and that one woman was reportedly injured. Police are investigating after ...

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  • Ex-French president Nicolas Sarkozy arrested over campaign financing
Ex-French president Nicolas Sarkozy arrested over campaign financing

Prosecutors have not released a statement. Sarkozy was being held at Nanterre police station, west of Paris , a judicial source told The Associated Press. It comes after officers from the Central Office for Combating Corruption and Financial and Tax Crimes (OCLCIFF) submitted a report to magistrates, in which it detailed how cash circulated wi...

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  • Anchor Bay students on gun violence: 'Enough is enough'
Anchor Bay students on gun violence: 'Enough is enough'

There's been a renewed focus across the country on gun violence, gun control and school safety since October's mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert that killed 58 people and the February 14 shooting that killed 17 students and staff at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

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  • Taiwan won't be affected by China interference
Taiwan won't be affected by China interference

Xi's speech came after U.S. President Donald Trump last week signed legislation that will allow high-level officials from Taiwan to enter the United States and meet with their U.S. At the same time, Premier Li Keqiang was giving his annual televised news conference, focussing on the economy, and issuing his own warning that a "trade war" with t...

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  • Raging Australia Bushfire Destroys 70 Homes and Sends Residents Fleeing
Raging Australia Bushfire Destroys 70 Homes and Sends Residents Fleeing

Almost a quarter of the town's population slept overnight in an evacuation centre. Air-quality inspections have revealed no asbestos in the atmosphere of Tathra while cool overnight conditions allowed fire crews to backburn and establish containment lines around the 1200-hectare fire.

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  • Gunman wounds two, shot dead by security at Maryland high school
Gunman wounds two, shot dead by security at Maryland high school

There is less than three weeks left in the session. A sheriff says the shooter at a Maryland high school has died after a school resource officer fired at him. Mary's Hospital, according to CBS News. Police say it began with a home invasion about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday morning on Echo Path. Editor's note: Three injuries have now been report...

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  • Rail roko by job-seekers, services between Matunga, Dadar suspended
Rail roko by job-seekers, services between Matunga, Dadar suspended

Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal on Tuesday issued a statement saying it was carrying out a massive recruitment drive which was transparent and fair. We are struggling. More than 10 students have committed suicide. Railway officials say a fifth of the railway jobs has been reserved for apprentices, but the protesting students want the quota limit ...

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  • Korea drills to resume on April 1
Korea drills to resume on April 1

There's been an uptick in diplomatic back-and-forth between Seoul and Pyongyang since North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced in January that his country was interested in sending a delegation to the Winter Olympics. -North Korea talks would be what nuclear disarmament steps Kim would promise in return for what concessions from the United S...

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  • Students call off rail roko protest in Mumbai
Students call off rail roko protest in Mumbai

Job-Seekers Students Protested on Railway Track, 30 Trains Cancelled: Well, reports are coming that in Mumbai , thousands of local train riders had a very rough day because students who were protesting on the railway tracks for hours. With scores of agitating students bringing the rail service in the metropolis to a halt early this morning, the mi...

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