• Relatives of USA victims of London attack cope with pain and loss
Relatives of USA victims of London attack cope with pain and loss

Kurt Cochran, one of the four victims of the Westminster terror attack last week, had never been out of the USA and "loved" London so much he "felt like he was home", his family said on Monday. Dimmon Payne (centre), his wife Sandra (left), and Clint Payne (right) parents and brother, respectively, of Mellissa the wife of U.S. tourist Kurt Coc...

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  • Russian Opposition Leader Detained by Police During Moscow Protest
Russian Opposition Leader Detained by Police During Moscow Protest

State-run television was silent about the rallies throughout the day, but pictures posted on social media sites like Twitter suggested that sizable rallies were underway across the country , and unofficial news agencies like the Riga-based Meduza carried extensive updates.

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  • Putin Meets French Presidential Candidate Marine Le Pen
Putin Meets French Presidential Candidate Marine Le Pen

Dmitry Peskov, Putin's spokesman, told reporters on a conference call that Putin and Le Pen had not discussed the possibility of Russian Federation offering any financial help to her political party. A Russia-friendly approach to geopolitics runs in the Le Pen family. She called for European sanctions to be lifted from Russian Federation, and said ...

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  • Westminster terror attack: Fourth victim dies in hospital
Westminster terror attack: Fourth victim dies in hospital

Cmdr. Rowley confirmed that at least 20 people were injured in the attack, which began about 2:40 p.m. local time when a auto drove over Westminster Bridge, hitting and injuring a number of bystanders. The police officer died before they could be flown to hospital. Ellwood was later seen with bloodied hands talking to officers close to the inci...

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  • Merkel concerned Israeli settlements undermine two-state solution
Merkel concerned Israeli settlements undermine two-state solution

A statement from the defense team called for the charges against them to be dismissed, as "the indictment is based on [the] testimony of a soldier who retracted his mistaken claims" and said that the soldiers were attacked first by the Palestinian man.

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  • Former Russian MP shot dead in 'act of state terrorism'
Former Russian MP shot dead in 'act of state terrorism'

Ukraine's security service said it barred the wheelchair user Yulia Samoilova from Ukraine for three years because they claim she bizarrely violated Ukrainian law by her visit to Crimea in 2015, which was the year after Russian Federation seized control of the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine, without entering through the border with the Ukrain...

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  • Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama
Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama

Senate", Cornyn said. On that day, Trump lobbed the explosive allegation that his predecessor wiretapped his phone during the campaign season. It's not a charge that I would ever have ever made, and frankly unless he can produce some pretty compelling proof, then I think President Obama is owed an apology in that regard.

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  • United Kingdom to Investigate Allegations on Banks Involvement in Money Laundering
United Kingdom to Investigate Allegations on Banks Involvement in Money Laundering

Between 2010 and 2014, Deutsche Bank and dozens of financial institutions processed "at least $20 billion ... in money of " criminal origin" from Russia" by making fake loans to each other "underwritten by Russian businesses", which would subsequently default on these debts.

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  • Manipur BJP Chief Minister N Biren Singh wins trust vote in assembly
Manipur BJP Chief Minister N Biren Singh wins trust vote in assembly

On Sunday 60 elected members Manipur assembly were sworn in. The party, which was the second largest with 21 seats out of the 60 in the state assembly, needs another 10 to prove majority. Joykisan Singh for secret ballot for the trust vote, and ruled in favour of voice vote. The government's priority is to develop infrastructure in the hills.

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  • Russia Claims: No Evidence Of Collusion - Nunes
Russia Claims: No Evidence Of Collusion - Nunes

He said that there is "circumstantial evidence" of collusion. He said the most important question to ask is "was there collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians?" Comey and Admiral Mike Rogers , the head of the National Security Agency, have agreed to testify before the House committee on issues related to Russia's role in the election....

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  • Malaysia to deport North Korean workers with expired visas
Malaysia to deport North Korean workers with expired visas

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said Wednesday the test was done using a sample obtained from one of Kim Jong Nam's children. The disclosure marks the first time Japanese assistance has come to light in the investigation into the fatal poison attack, which is widely believed to have been orchestrated by North Korea.

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  • Marks & Spencer latest to pull adverts from Google
Marks & Spencer latest to pull adverts from Google

Other firms pulling, some or all of, their Youtube advertisement are the UK Government, Havas, McDonald's UK, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Audi UK, Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC and Lloyds. Google had previously issued an apology over the extremist content on Friday in a blog post. In order to ensure brand safety, we are pausing activity across Google pla...

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  • US says global trade must be fair as well as free
US says global trade must be fair as well as free

Both China and Germany have found themselves in the crosshairs of United States criticism over their massive trade surpluses. The leaders noted the importance of trade to the global economy, saying countries were "working to strengthen the contribution of trade" to their economies, but didn't use the tougher language from before, vowing to "resis...

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  • Fighting for
Fighting for "precious union", UK's May rebuffs Scottish independence ambitions

While further comment must await developments in the intervening fortnight ~ till the end of March ~ the government can not but be unnerved by Ms Sturgeon flagging the demand for a second vote of Scottish independence. That means Westminster granting Holyrood the power to hold the second referendum, and be able to choose the timing. "It could put...

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  • What are your odds of selecting a perfect March Madness bracket?
What are your odds of selecting a perfect March Madness bracket?

There is always a 12-5 upset in the NCAA Tournament. If you don't have a horse in the race, this can help guide you to one. We don't actually know that I have the winning bracket, but I believe in being optimistic at the onset of the NCAA Tournament .

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  • Netanyahu, Greenblatt Meet Again to Discuss Security of Israel, Lasting Peace
Netanyahu, Greenblatt Meet Again to Discuss Security of Israel, Lasting Peace

The Israeli leader made the remarks hours before meeting with Jason Greenblatt, U.S. President Donald Trump's Middle East envoy. Israel's ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, was present for most of the meeting, and the most significant part of the conversation dealt with the attempt to formulate understandings on construction in the settle...

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  • Mosque Destroyed In US Military Air Raid In Syria
Mosque Destroyed In US Military Air Raid In Syria

Earlier, the reporter claimed the US Central Command told him the Americans conducted a strike on a target just several miles away, in the bordering Idlib province, and was looking into the Aleppo suburb mosque strike. The observatory said it wasn't known which side launched the attack. "It was right after the prayer at a time where there is usua...

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  • Malaysian assassination victim's identity confirmed by DNA
Malaysian assassination victim's identity confirmed by DNA

Zahid said the authorities had traveled overseas to an undisclosed country to collect the DNA sample. Malaysia have since retaliated and also banned North Koreans from leaving. But they only pertain to countries that are INTERPOL members, which North Korea is not. Meanwhile, a Malaysian police source and a local newspaper said Wednesday that po...

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  • Dutch PM Rutte comes first in election but loses seats
Dutch PM Rutte comes first in election but loses seats

The PVV was never likely to control or even be included in the government, as most of the other parties have vowed not to partner with it, but having the most seats in parliament would have given it an enormously powerful platform and sent a message about popular support for Wilders's ideas.

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  • Another bomb threat made to the Vancouver Jewish Centre
Another bomb threat made to the Vancouver Jewish Centre

Sunday. At the time, Goldfarb said community members were anxious because it followed similar threats to other Jewish community centres in Toronto, London, Ont. The Rochester center was evacuated due to a bomb threat. They found nothing suspicious in this incident either. After weeks of silence, the president finally condemned the "horrible" att...

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