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Ultimately, he said he was compelled to sign "as a matter of National Security". 'I'm not gonna do it again. Trump tweeted just before 9 a.m. ET that he was "considering a VETO" because the bill does not fully address his immigration priorities.
  • Big explosion, gunfire in near parliament in Somali capital

    Big explosion, gunfire in near parliament in Somali capital

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    An eyewitness named Mohamed Abdinasir said the blast happened at a checkpoint in front of the interior ministry. Those dead included two soldiers, he said, while numerous almost 10 people wounded are rickshaw drivers. According to Somali media, another vehicle bomb blast took place in Sinka Dher village in the outskirts of Mogadishu on Sunday, which killed at least two people.
  • Wintry Weather Pattern This Weekend For SW Montana & Bozeman

    Wintry Weather Pattern This Weekend For SW Montana & Bozeman

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    Bozeman and Belgrade could wake up to a few rain/snow showers Saturday morning. Any accumulation would be relegated to just a dusting. The chance for seeing 1 inch of snow (or more) on Saturday night is only around 20 percent in the Richmond area, but much higher across southwest and south-central Virginia.
  • Gas inhalation blamed for death of Iowa family visiting Mexico

    Gas inhalation blamed for death of Iowa family visiting Mexico

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    The report says that there were no signs of forced entry, and the prosecutors reiterated a belief that foul play was not factor. The deaths of four members of the Sharp family were ruled as suffocation due to the gas. The Sharps were supposed to return from their vacation Wednesday, Weland said. Relatives became anxious after Kevin Sharp, who owns a beer distribution company, didn't check in on his employees as he said he would.
  • Turkish jets 'neutralize' 38 PKK militants in northern Iraq

    Turkish jets 'neutralize' 38 PKK militants in northern Iraq

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    The TSK have been targeting PKK camps in the region since March 10, said sources, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on talking to the media. Meanwhile, a statement by Raid al-Gurwi, the commander of the government-backed paramilitary Hashd Shaabi brigades in northern Iraq, said "there is no Turkish military operation in Sinjar and the areas around it".
  • Suspended Cambridge Analytica CEO recalled by British parliamentary committee

    Suspended Cambridge Analytica CEO recalled by British parliamentary committee

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    A former Cambridge Analytica political consultant said the company's management misled the British public about work the firm did for a pro-Brexit group before the vote to leave the European Union, the Guardian reported on Friday. Chirag Shah, a Rutgers University professor of information and computer science, said the data gleaned could have been instrumental to Trump's campaign.
  • Trump Complains About 'Ridiculous Situation,' Signs Spending Bill Anyway

    Trump Complains About 'Ridiculous Situation,' Signs Spending Bill Anyway

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    The Democrats fought us every single inch of the way. "They did not want DACA in this bill". Daca was canceled by Trump in September. DACA recipients are undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children. The rest can only be used to fix existing segments. "F-k that", Trump said, according to people familiar with the matter cited by the The Wall Street Journal .
  • New data leak hits Aadhaar database, UIDAI dismisses report

    New data leak hits Aadhaar database, UIDAI dismisses report

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    It said it was withholding the name of the utility and other details. "The affected endpoint uses a hardcoded access token, which, when decoded, translates to "INDAADHAARSECURESTATUS", allowing anyone to query Aadhaar numbers against the database without any additional authentication", the report states.
  • Crude drops as Trump tariffs on China spark trade war concerns

    Crude drops as Trump tariffs on China spark trade war concerns

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    In reality, China's response has been muted, rolling out just $3bn in additional tariffs on USA goods ranging from fresh fruit, nuts, wine and pork to recycled aluminum and steel pipes. "They are now selling them back over into the American market, over the internet, using titles like Chinese Nelson", he said. "We want no trade war with anyone, but if our hands are forced, we will not quail nor recoil from it".
  • League player collapses on court in middle of game

    League player collapses on court in middle of game

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    Medics took Upshaw off the court on a stretcher and to a local hospital. His condition upon arrival at the hospital has not been made public. A source claims Upshaw was in cardiac arrest and in critical condition, according to Grand Rapids NBC affiliate WOOD-TV .
  • USA airstrike in Somalia kills 2 al-Shabab extremists

    USA airstrike in Somalia kills 2 al-Shabab extremists

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    Mohamed Hussein says the explosion occurred near the Weheliye hotel on the busy Makka Almukarramah road. Al-Shabab said on its affiliated websites that its fighters staged major attacks against SNA and Ethiopian bases in Burdhubo town overnight with casualties.
  • Senate signs off on $1.3 trillion spending bill to avert shutdown

    Senate signs off on $1.3 trillion spending bill to avert shutdown

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    He said in the tweet that young immigrants now protected in the USA under Barack Obama's Delayed Action for Childhood Arrivals "have been totally abandoned by the Democrats (not even mentioned in Bill) and the BORDER WALL, which is desperately needed for our National Defense, is not fully funded".
  • I had spoken the truth then: Harjit Masih on ISIS abduction

    I had spoken the truth then: Harjit Masih on ISIS abduction

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    Indian authorities were able to negotiate the release of 46 nurses who had been captured in northern Iraq in 2014 as the militant group quickly established its so-called Caliphate. Indian residents Raj Kumar (L) and Kawaljeet (C) pose with a photograph of their son Dharmendra Kumar, who was among the 39 missing workers held hostage, on May 15, 2015.
  • Turkey takes 'total control' of Syria's Afrin, says state media

    Turkey takes 'total control' of Syria's Afrin, says state media

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    The Turkish military says it has exercised "utmost care" not to harm civilians. "We are not an occupying state ; our objective is to combat the terrorists", the Turkish president added. "Afrin is under full control [of Turkish Armed Forces]", the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces was quoted as saying by the NTV broadcaster.
  • IDF targets Gaza following infiltration by four Palestinian attackers

    IDF targets Gaza following infiltration by four Palestinian attackers

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    According to an IDF statement, the Israeli Air Force targeted a military compound in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, after Palestinians armed with Molotov cocktails illegally crossed the separation wall and entered Israel. The smoke of a rocket fired by Palestinian Hamas terrorists is seen over Gaza City on March 25, 2018, as they take part in a military maneuver. A fifth member of the group helped to cut the border fence.
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    How To Watch Online Stream And On TV

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    More than 8,000 security personnel have been deployed for the Twenty20 final between Islamabad United and last year's champions Peshawar Zalmi. Both of them have fallen out of their national teams' radars but when it comes to PSL 3, they are easily the most valuable players.