• Shower and t-storm chances increase into the weekend
Shower and t-storm chances increase into the weekend

The Weather Company spokesman Brett Gibbons said the rollercoaster weather would last for at least a week, adding: "Experts forecast the United Kingdom will be separated by a north-south divide with warmer, bright weather to the south and stormy showers and below average temperatures for those in the north and Scotland".

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  • North Korea says Syria airstrikes prove its nukes justified
North Korea says Syria airstrikes prove its nukes justified

The U.S. airstrikes this week were aimed at a Syrian air base, but nearly certainly got the attention of another adversary - North Korea. A USA aircraft carrier-led strike group is headed towards the western Pacific Ocean near the Korean Peninsula, a United States defense official confirmed to CNN.

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  • NDA Top Guns To Meet To Formulate Future Strategy
NDA Top Guns To Meet To Formulate Future Strategy

A resolution passed at the meeting expressed a "deep sense of appreciation for the decisive and bold leadership" that Narendra Modi had provided the NDA. A confirmation to this regard came from Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut who said, "Uddhav ji has made a decision to attend the dinner to be hosted by Modi ji today", Further, Raut told PTI that, A Sena l...

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  • South Africans protest Zuma as country downgraded to junk
South Africans protest Zuma as country downgraded to junk

The move send the rand tumbling - an eventually that Zuma was apparently prepared to withstand - and triggered large demonstrations around the country calling for the president to resign. Parliament will vote on a motion of no confidence in the president on April 18, though Zuma has easily survived such votes against him before. But supporter...

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  • United Kingdom security ties to European Union no 'bargaining chip', says Johnson
United Kingdom security ties to European Union no 'bargaining chip', says Johnson

The position marks a compromise between Britain's call for parallel divorce and trade talks and the insistence of some European Union leaders that trade discussions can begin only after Brexit. Talks should not only be about the terms of Britain's exit but also about future ties, he insisted. The draft negotiating guidelines will set the tone for...

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  • Susan Rice May Be Guilty Of A Crime
Susan Rice May Be Guilty Of A Crime

Sources within the NSA said they are watching the investigation closely, with one telling Fox News , "A number of people saw a lot of very questionable stuff". This week on Twitter, Trump called attention to a link on the Drudge Report, a conservative website, that described Rice as having ordered "spy docs" on him.

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  • Abe Praises Trump's Security Commitment After Call On Syria, North Korea
Abe Praises Trump's Security Commitment After Call On Syria, North Korea

McMaster described the US decision to send the Carl Vinson Strike Group to safeguard USA interests in the Western Pacific as "prudent". President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping walk together after their meetings at Mar-a-Lago, Friday, April 7, 2017, in Palm Beach , Fla.

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  • Fallon: Russia responsible for 'every death' in Syria gas attack
Fallon: Russia responsible for 'every death' in Syria gas attack

Rep. Adam Schiff of California, the ranking Democrat member of the House Intelligence Committee, on Sunday said Trump should have received congressional approval for the airstrikes. "US aircraft operating over Al-Tabqah are already ostensibly in range of the Russian S-400 system at the Humaymin Air Base, and we might see Russia deploy more air defe...

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  • Venezuelan protesters rally for fourth time in a week
Venezuelan protesters rally for fourth time in a week

AFP reporters also witnessed a National Guard soldier lying unconscious after having been struck by a large rock. Rights group Penal Forum says nearly 100 people have also been arrested during protests in the last few days. The opposition, which accuses ombudsman Tarek Saab of being an extension of Mr Maduro's government, was blocked on Thursday ...

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  • India agrees $4.5bn deal with Bangladesh in New Delhi
India agrees $4.5bn deal with Bangladesh in New Delhi

The new bus service will connect Bangladesh's capital Dhaka with West Bengal state capital city Kolkata. Swaraj also fondly recalled her own visit to Bangladesh. She has also bought a Rajshahi silk sari for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mother. "Along with our shared land boundaries are our shared rivers", Modi said while jointly addressing the ...

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  • 1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida
1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida

The person killed is believed to be the shooter, who committed suicide after opening fire, police said. Jesus Reyes, a currency analyst who trains regularly at Equinox, said he was taking a shower there after his workout when he heard the gunshots.

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  • Hack caused Dallas' emergency sirens to sound in error
Hack caused Dallas' emergency sirens to sound in error

Officials now report that the system was hacked, forcing crews to shut down the warning system that would normally alert residents to severe weather dangers. The city also reminded residents that they may hear sirens again as engineers determine if the system is functioning properly. They won't know the health of the sirens until the system is reac...

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  • N. Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi meeting
N. Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

The missile landed in the Sea of Japan, the U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement. Japan, together with the US and South Korea, tightened sanctions in December 2016, following North Korea's nuclear and missile tests. The South Korean women's football team arrived in Pyongyang on Monday for an official game in the North Korean capital later thi...

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  • Is North Korea putting nuclear-tipped bargaining chip on table
Is North Korea putting nuclear-tipped bargaining chip on table

European Union sanctions against North Korea date back to 2006 and are part of worldwide efforts to halt a nuclear and ballistic missile programme which experts say is meant to give Pyongyang the capability to hit the U.S. North Korea belligerence, however, has been accompanied by increased emphasis on reconciliation with the South following the ...

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  • McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid
McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid

Romney stressed that he wouldn't run unless he had explicit approval from Hatch, and the senior senator appeared to grant it, but after his comments made the news last week, Hatch staffers asserted that no final decision had been made. He said Romney "would be ideal". Obviously I am an Orrin Hatch supporter. Hatch told The Atlantic , meanwhile...

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  • Jared Kushner omits some foreign contacts on security form
Jared Kushner omits some foreign contacts on security form

The sources said Bannon and Kushner have been engaged in a consistent battle in which they get into "face to face" confrontations, the Daily Beast reported . If Kushner was wary of Bannon, why didn't he object to him joining the campaign? But questions about Bannon - once widely viewed as untouchable - exploded this week after he was removed f...

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  • Putin ready to meet Trump in Finland if it hosts summit
Putin ready to meet Trump in Finland if it hosts summit

President Vladimir Putin, center, speaks at the Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk on Thursday. Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that President Trump was being "barred from implementing his agenda", including improved relations with Moscow, by false accusations about Russian interference in the USA political process.

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  • Russian Supreme Court refuses to declare Jehovah's Witnesses victims of repressions
Russian Supreme Court refuses to declare Jehovah's Witnesses victims of repressions

The Jehovah's Witnesses group, which started in the USA, was outlawed under in the Soviet Union under Joseph's Stalin's rule in the 1930s. The Supreme Court dismissed a counterclaim from the Jehovah's Witnesses that its members were victims of repression.

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  • Liverpool held by Bournemouth as King crowns comeback
Liverpool held by Bournemouth as King crowns comeback

Jurgen Klopp admitted at a press conference on Tuesday that Mane's season could be over after the Senegal worldwide suffered a knee injury during Saturday's Merseyside derby win over Everton. To celebrate Coutinho's achievement, ESPN FC looks at all the Brazilians beneath the Liverpool man who have scored 10 or more goals in the Premier Le...

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  • Brazil takes over top spot from Argentina in FIFA rankings
Brazil takes over top spot from Argentina in FIFA rankings

In a statement released through JSW Media, he said, "I've just had a look at the updated rankings put out by Federation Internationale de Football Association and "very happy" is the simplest but most honest way to describe how I feel about India being placed at 101".

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