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Police have not yet confirmed that information. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents were conducting interviews with some of them. The latest explosion comes less than a week after police said three package explosions that happened over 10 days were connected.
  • Republicans To Trump: Let Mueller Do His Job

    Republicans To Trump: Let Mueller Do His Job

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    He's called the probe both a "witch hunt" and a "hoax". "Another Dem recently added.Does anyone think this is fair?" he asked. "If the allegation is collusion with the Russians, and there is no evidence of that, and you are innocent of that, act like it", Gowdy said.
  • Grand Slam heroes set for Aviva Stadium homecoming today

    Grand Slam heroes set for Aviva Stadium homecoming today

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    The event was due to kick off at 4.30pm when the Ireland squad were to take to the stage to be introduced to the crowd after sealing their third Grand Slam with a 24-15 win over England at Twickenham on St Patrick's Day. It's also seen us go 12 games breaking new ground consecutively. "We're sitting number two in the world, and we're excited to have a crack at New Zealand".
  • Rahul attacks Modi on corruption, promises galvanised party in 2019 'Kuruskshtra' battle

    Rahul attacks Modi on corruption, promises galvanised party in 2019 'Kuruskshtra' battle

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    New Delhi-Addressing the 84th plenary session of the Congress , party president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said only the Congress party symbol can unite the nation and take it forward. "Do we have to remind ourselves how Indira Gandhi treated the judiciary just because one verdict went against her". Attacking BJP President Amit Shah without naming him he said: "They (the people) will accept a man accused of murder as the president of BJP".
  • Gravesend nightclub: Panic as auto driven into busy club

    Gravesend nightclub: Panic as auto driven into busy club

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    The driver was believed to have been asked to leave the club in Gravesend following an earlier altercation, Kent Police said. A number of people have been injured after a driver steered his auto into the entrance of Blakes' nightclub in the town of Gravesend in northwest Kent, England, according to police.
  • Russia boots 23 UK diplomats in spy-poisoning tit for tat

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    Britain and Russian Federation have each expelled 23 diplomats over the attack as relations between the two countries reach a post-Cold War low. The announcement followed Britain's order this week for 23 Russian diplomats to leave the United Kingdom because Russia was not cooperating in the case of the Skripals, who were found March 4 poisoned by a nerve agent that British officials say was developed in Russia.
  • US And North Korean Representatives Set To Meet In Finland

    US And North Korean Representatives Set To Meet In Finland

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    Sweden is a protecting power for the USA, and represents US interests in talks with Pyongyang since the US does not have a diplomatic presence in North Korea. Further, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un said he wishes that under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) with Xi at the core, the Chinese people will make greater achievements in the construction of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era.
  • Voting for Russian Presidential election underway

    Voting for Russian Presidential election underway

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    As Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to expand his country's military power and political influence, Western nations such as France, Germany, the US and the United Kingdom have accused him of attempting to interfere in their internal affairs, a charge that Putin and his government have dismissed.
  • Preliminary Results Say Putin Won Presidential Elections

    Preliminary Results Say Putin Won Presidential Elections

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    She said efforts to disrupt the site occurred when voters in Russia's far east were already casting ballots, but they were deterred by Russian authorities. Putin's most vehement and visible foe, anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny, was rejected as a candidate because he was convicted of fraud in a case widely regarded as politically motivated.
  • When and where 'Beast from the East' will unleash heavy snow tomorrow

    When and where 'Beast from the East' will unleash heavy snow tomorrow

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    The weather will start to improve tomorrow, with less snow forecast and higher temperatures expected. The Met Office issued yellow - be aware - weather warning of snow and ice across the capital until 11.55pm. "We're looking at some fairly large snowfall totals". Sunday is also likely to see further snow, especially for parts of the South West, where as much as 25cm could fall on higher ground.
  • Russia expels British diplomats

    Russia expels British diplomats

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    But reports emerged Saturday that local and state officials have still received orders "from higher-ups" to ensure a strong voter turnout. Voting started at 8 a.m. "As a bloc of 500 million people, we have the power to force Putin's hand". "It threatens the security of us all". "My family are internationalists".
  • Powerball jackpot-winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania

    Powerball jackpot-winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania

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    It matched all white numbers - 22, 57, 59, 60, 66 - and the red Powerball 7. The other tickets are worth $1 million. Somebody in Pennsylvania is feeling like a million today. Now, the odds are 1 in roughly 292 million. The Powerball jackpot has rolled over 19 times and was last won on January 10. The biggest jackpot ever was $1.6 billion.
  • Russian Federation foreign ministry says it will expel 23 British diplomats

    Russian Federation foreign ministry says it will expel 23 British diplomats

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May said Britain would consider its next steps with its allies in the coming days. The Foreign Ministry said it would also order an end to all activities of the British Council, Britain's global organization for cultural relations and educational opportunities, and warned London that "if any further unfriendly actions are taken against Russia, the Russian side reserves the right to take other retaliatory measures".