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The chance for precipitation is 60 percent during the day and 70 percent over night. "This low-pressure system and associated front will bring some heavy rain and warm, moist air into the country". "Easter is always a busy period on the road network and we'd urge all motorists to make sure they do their bit to check their vehicle is roadworthy before setting off over this period".
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation cuts Russian permanent mission by one third

    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation cuts Russian permanent mission by one third

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    Britain and Russian Federation have expelled 23 of each other's diplomats since the March 4 attack, which the United Kingdom blames on Moscow . Moscow has denied any involvement in the incident. They remain in critical condition after exposure to a nerve agent , which, according to the British authorities, could have originated from Russian Federation.
  • Russian Federation denies claim on spy asking Putin to be pardoned

    Russian Federation denies claim on spy asking Putin to be pardoned

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    Deputy White House Press Secretary Raj Shah told Bloomberg on Saturday: "The United States stands firmly with the United Kingdom in condemning Russia's outrageous action". "As for the decision taken, we regret in this context that again such decisions are taken using the wording ´highly likely´", President Vladimir Putin´s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Friday.
  • Trump's lead Russian Federation probe lawyer resigns

    Trump's lead Russian Federation probe lawyer resigns

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    With Dowd gone, Trump's outside team has three lawyers: Ty Cobb, Jay Sekulow, and Joseph diGenova. Dowd is said to have believed that such a meeting between Trump , known to speak off the cuff and take himself down rabbit holes, and Mueller's team was not in the president's best interests.
  • German arrests Ex-Catalan leader

    German arrests Ex-Catalan leader

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    Spain had originally asked for Puigdemont's extradition from Belgium after he moved there, but later withdrew the request until judge Pablo Llarena concluded his investigation this week. -By Joseph Wilson in Barcelona. Separatist parties have abandoned plans to name a new president following the candidate's arrest, and if a new president is not elected by May 22 , new elections will be automatically triggered.
  • Florida woman assaults husband after he forgets anniversary

    Florida woman assaults husband after he forgets anniversary

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    The woman has also alleged that following the incident, she was dragged inside the house and molested by a few men. The incident occurred on March 10 at Launga village, but police took action after 12 days. The panchayat wanted to "teach a lesson to the woman ", a police official told the Hindustan Times . The savage punishment was carried out after a kangaroo court found her guilty of eloping with her boyfriend.
  • Vietnam Halts Oil Project In South China Sea

    Vietnam Halts Oil Project In South China Sea

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    Nicole Schwegman, US Pacific Fleet spokeswoman, said. A USA guided-missile destroyer carried out a freedom of navigation operation (FONOP) near an artificial island controlled by China on Friday. "All operations are designed in accordance with global law and demonstrate that the United States will fly, sail and operate wherever worldwide law allows", she told CNN .
  • Trump asks to share Saudi Arabia's wealth through weapons deals

    Trump asks to share Saudi Arabia's wealth through weapons deals

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    Qassemi reportedly said bin Salman proved to be "an amateurish and mistaken liar" for his comments and stated his belief that his words show he is not familiar with Saudi Arabia's history and culture. The United States, adds fuel to the fire so that the crisis remains in Yemen and rift becomes wider between Riyadh and Teheran. "It is better for a country which has been brought to its knees after three years of committing war crimes against the besieged and defenseless Yemeni people not to ...
  • Paul McCartney Joins New York #MarchForOurLives Rally in Memory of John Lennon

    Paul McCartney Joins New York #MarchForOurLives Rally in Memory of John Lennon

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    Paul McCartney tried to imagine a world without gun violence - while standing just steps away from the spot where his former band mate John Lennon was murdered. I don't know. But this is what we can do and so I'm here to do it. The primary one took place in Washington DC, with sister rallies taking place across the country, and even further afield, with more taking place in London and Edinburgh.
  • No known link to terrorism in Texas bombings - White House

    No known link to terrorism in Texas bombings - White House

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    John McCain released a statement saying that "an American president does not lead the Free World by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections". "Look, the President has been very clear about the fact that there was no collusion between his campaign and any other entity", Sanders responded. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday defended the President's weekend attacks against special counsel Robert Mueller.
  • 'Black Panther' beats 'Star Wars' to become most tweeted-about movie ever

    'Black Panther' beats 'Star Wars' to become most tweeted-about movie ever

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    That amount makes it more discussion-worthy than the previous record holders, Star Wars flicks " The Force Awakens " and " The Last Jedi ". Kendrick Lamar's tweet revealing the movie soundtrack. Countries in Africa are also throwing its support behind Black Panther with $6.5 million in ticket sales in South Africa to $1.77 million of the same in Liberia, Quartz reports.
  • Wildfires in Southeast Australia Destroy More Than 70 Homes, Kill Livestock

    Wildfires in Southeast Australia Destroy More Than 70 Homes, Kill Livestock

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    At least 70 homes and other buildings have been destroyed in a ferocious firestorm that ripped through a picturesque seaside town on the NSW far south coast and is still threatening other properties. "It works well with its other emergency service including Fire and Rescue NSW". Cooler conditions and rain were also forecast for Tathra, Fitzsimmons said.
  • Trump Could Testify In 'Apprentice' Defamation Case After Judge's Ruling

    Trump Could Testify In 'Apprentice' Defamation Case After Judge's Ruling

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    At the request of Zervos' lawyers, Trump's campaign agreed in March to preserve all documents it might have concerning allegations that Trump touched Zervos and nine other women inappropriately. The ruling to push forward with Zervos' case "is an important victory", Nita Chaudhary, co-founder of UltraViolet, an organization fighting sexism, said in a statement.
  • Small Southern California City Fights Back Against Sanctuary State Law

    Small Southern California City Fights Back Against Sanctuary State Law

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    Among those who attended the meeting was Moti Cohen, a Garden Grove resident whose wife grew up in Los Alamitos , and who supports the anti-sanctuary measure. Councilman Mark A. Chirco was the sole dissenter, suggesting the initiative could expose the city to litigation. In the county, an estimated 34.2 percent of residents were Hispanic or Latino as of 2016, about the same as the estimated 38.6 percent statewide, according to the U.S.
  • Hitting repeat on the weather forecast

    Hitting repeat on the weather forecast

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    However, with the way this forecast is turning out, we could be looking more at April snow showers to usher in the May flowers, if we are lucky. "These models have had a very hard time trying to figure out how this storm is going to unfold", Dixon said.
  • Transition deal offers certainty to firms, citizens - Britain's May

    Transition deal offers certainty to firms, citizens - Britain's May

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    British and European Union negotiators have made "good progress" in talks, officials said on Monday, ahead of a crucial summit this week where London hopes to finally seal a deal on a post-Brexit transition period. However, Barnier warned: "A decisive step remains a step; we are not at the end of the road and there still remains a lot of work to be done, including on Ireland and Northern Ireland".
  • Pence Tells Abbasi That Pakistan Must Do More To Defeat Militants

    Pence Tells Abbasi That Pakistan Must Do More To Defeat Militants

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    Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had an unscheduled meeting with US Vice President Michael Pence here on Friday and their talks focused on finding a negotiated settlement to the conflict in Afghanistan, official sources told Dawn . It was then unclear what triggered President Trump to openly criticize a longtime security partner in South and Central Asia, but it seemed to have made clear that nuclear-armed Pakistan needed to do much more to clamp down on Islamist militants if it wanted to ...
  • NSA Janjua leaves for Kabul to discuss security issues with Afghan leadership

    NSA Janjua leaves for Kabul to discuss security issues with Afghan leadership

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    The local ToloNews reported that the Taliban had claimed responsibility for the attack . "The threat is also a major headache for Farah City", said Dadullah Qane, member of Farah Provincial Council. "The secretary has said there is more that Pakistan could do and we look forward to them taking some steps to combat terrorism in the region", Dana White, Department of Defense spokeswoman said.
  • White House Denies Rumors Of Another Staff Shakeup

    White House Denies Rumors Of Another Staff Shakeup

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    Most likely to exit, after McMaster, were Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, with odds of 7/4 and 6/1, respectively. Washington is braced for a shake-up, with #firingfriday circulating on social media and aides admitting privately that no one knew what Mr Trump had planned.
  • United Nations gets $100M in new funds for Palestine aid at Rome conference

    United Nations gets $100M in new funds for Palestine aid at Rome conference

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    United Nations officials said the countries providing the new financing included Turkey, Qatar, Canada, Switzerland, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, Mexico, Slovakia, India and France. The US had been UNWRA's largest donor, supplying almost 30 percent of its budget. In announcing the cuts in January, the U.S. State Department said it wanted reforms at the agency, which Israel has strongly criticized.
  • 7000 shoes laid outside Capitol for children killed by gun violence

    7000 shoes laid outside Capitol for children killed by gun violence

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    Emma Ruby-Sachs, deputy director of Avaaz that planned the shoe memorial, said: "This is really about putting the human cost of refusing to pass gun control at the doorstep of lawmakers ". " There's nobody in those shoes, it's like the emptiness in our hearts from gun violence ", said Tom Mauser , 66, whose son was killed in the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, in which 13 people were shot dead, as cited by Reuters .
  • Why Israel's Government Coalition Could Be Headed For Collapse

    Why Israel's Government Coalition Could Be Headed For Collapse

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    Early elections would have shifted attention away from his legal problems, and a win would have shored up his position ahead of a possible indictment. "He was pulling the whole party along with him down the road to elections". If no consensus is reached by that date, Trump is expected to withdraw the US from the deal.
  • 11 killed as private jet crashes in Iran

    11 killed as private jet crashes in Iran

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    The flight likely carried Mina Basaran , the 28-year-old daughter of the chairman of Basaran Investment Holding. It was also reported that the villagers had seen the plane falling down. The other had worked in the past for flag carrier Turkish Airlines. The official added that the agency was investigating the incident. That plane had disappeared off the radar after taking off from Tehran on a domestic flight as a snowstorm battered the mountains.
  • Maryland Gains 14600 Private Sector Jobs in January

    Maryland Gains 14600 Private Sector Jobs in January

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    Maryland gained almost 13,000 jobs in January as the unemployment rate remained steady at 4.1 percent, the U.S. Labor Department said Monday. The Illinois unemployment rate is down -0.4 percentage points from a year ago when it was 5.2 percent.
  • Time change serves as fire safety reminder

    Time change serves as fire safety reminder

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    Non-working smoke alarms rob residents of the protective benefits home fire safety devices were created to provide. When setting clocks ahead one hour before going to bed on Saturday, March 10, do not forget to also change smoke alarm and carbon monoxide (CO) detector batteries.
  • Former Asheville Police Officer Charged For August Beating

    Former Asheville Police Officer Charged For August Beating

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    Body camera video showing a black man being Tasered and beaten during a confrontation with two white police officers who accused him of jaywalking has sent shock waves through the western North Carolina city of Asheville , forcing one of the officers to resign, prompting a federal investigation and leading the city's police chief to volunteer to step down.
  • US Issues Travel Warning For Popular Mexican Tourist City

    US Issues Travel Warning For Popular Mexican Tourist City

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    Mexican officials on Thursday however, insisted Playa Del Carmen was safe, noting President Enrique Pena Nieto is scheduled to attend an ocean conservation conference there later in the day. "Remain vigilant, stay in tourist areas and follow local media closely", the advisory reads. The ferry explosion last month in Playa del Carmen injured 19 Mexicans and at least five USA citizens .
  • USA issues travel warning for Mexican resort town Playa del Carmen

    USA issues travel warning for Mexican resort town Playa del Carmen

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    The Canadian travel advisory for Playa del Carmen follows an alert from the USA embassy in Mexico advising Americans of a potential security threat for the area, located on the east coast about 90 minutes south of Cancun. There were 25 people injured in the explosion, the director of Civil Protection for Playa del Carmen told ABC News . Responding to the alert , the local governor's office said US visitors remain welcome in the state of Quintana Roo and Mexico as a whole.
  • N. Korea Willing to Hold Denuclearization Talks

    N. Korea Willing to Hold Denuclearization Talks

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    After returning from the United States, the South Korean officials will split up and Chung will visit China and Russian Federation, while Suh will head to Japan to speak to officials in the respective countries on the latest detente with North Korea.
  • Saudi to Open Airspace to Indian-Israeli Flights: Netanyahu

    Saudi to Open Airspace to Indian-Israeli Flights: Netanyahu

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    Air India has been now allowed to fly over Saudi Arabia on its new route from New Delhi to Tel Aviv. Israel's tourism ministry has announced a one-time grant of 750,000 euros to Air India for flight operations. Saudi Arabia officially does not recognize the existence of Israel, and all planes flying from Israel to India and returning, are banned from flying through Saudi Arabian airspace.
  • US Aircraft Carrier to Visit Vietnam

    US Aircraft Carrier to Visit Vietnam

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    Asked about disputed claims in the South China Sea, Admiral John Fuller, Commander of Carrier Strike Group 1, said the United States was "not going to pick sides". and Vietnam each seek to contest Beijing's projection of maritime influence through their show of improved ties and force. "The message the USS Carl Vinson sends is that the U.S.
  • Oscars 2018: Audiences Are Noticing One Major Change at This Year

    Oscars 2018: Audiences Are Noticing One Major Change at This Year

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    When the mix-up was discovered, a La La Land producer welcomed the Moonlight crew to the stage to accept the award. As we await the exciting awards ceremony, here is what we do know about the 2018 Oscars: Jimmy Kimmel is hosting for the second time, following last year's controversial Moonlight and La La Land mix up.
  • Himanta downplays BJP poll debacle

    Himanta downplays BJP poll debacle

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    Asked if the Congress had sent feelers to other parties and independents to form the new government, Sangma said: "All parties have gone on their own and the regional parties have not shown any pre-poll alliance either with the Bharatiya Janata Party or the NPP".
  • High of 45 with strong winds in Boulder today

    High of 45 with strong winds in Boulder today

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    East wind 8 to 10 miles per hour. Patchy blowing snow after 8 am. Highs will reach the low to mid 50s in western Kansas and the upper 50s to low 60s in central Kansas on Monday . Thursday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 29. Wed: High: 49 Low: 25 Sunny, windy. Wednesday: Partly sunny with a 40% chance for rain/snow and a high near 45 degrees.