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Sochi in Russian Federation, in particular, was blanked by the orange snow , Skiers posted photographs and videos of the tangarine-coloured snow on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. "When it rains or snows, it drags down whatever is up there, if there is sand in the atmosphere". This sandstorm made its way from Greece to Russian Federation, and could be seen via NASA satellite imagery.
  • Italy, Insigne:

    Italy, Insigne: "We caused Argentina problems"

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    Without their talismanic star, Jorge Sampaoli's side showed they have strength in depth with a solid display capped by late goals from Banega and Manuel Lanzini. Sampaoli was particularly pleased with the performance of Juventus' Gonzalo Higuain, who was at the heart of a lot of their good attacking play. City fans instead had to make do with the presence of Nicolas Otamendi in the Argentina defence, while behind him former City goalkeeper Willy Caballero made his global debut.
  • China says ready to defend its interests in U.S. trade spat

    China says ready to defend its interests in U.S. trade spat

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    Aerospace and the other sectors mentioned are all listed in a document called "Made in China 2025", which the administration says is the framework for the tariff plan because it lays out China's economic strategy moving forward. No further detail was immediately available. China struck back at US import tariffs with its own set of reciprocal ones targeting, among other products, pork.
  • Santorum Says Students Should Learn CPR, Not Protest

    Santorum Says Students Should Learn CPR, Not Protest

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    Backlash to the politician's statements was swift and firm, with some online commenters noting that CPR likely would not be used to treat a gunshot wound anyway. " Rick Santorum's words are an insult to the kids of Parkland, my family and to the countless others who have had loved ones taken by gun violence", she wrote.
  • Jewish leaders tell Corbyn 'enough is enough' over anti-Semitism rows

    Jewish leaders tell Corbyn 'enough is enough' over anti-Semitism rows

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    Former Cabinet minister Yvette Cooper said Mr Corbyn should apologise for his own actions. The Labour leader revealed plans to meet with representatives from the Jewish community to restore confidence in the party as one that "gives effective voice to Jewish concerns" and is "implacably opposed to antisemitism in all its forms".
  • Cambridge Analytica scandal

    Cambridge Analytica scandal "unlikely to affect Switzerland"

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    His statement said the data was deleted in 2015 at Facebook's request, and denied that any of the Facebook data that Cambridge Analytica obtained was used in the work it did on the 2016 U.S. Special counsel Robert Mueller is scrutinizing the connections between Trump's campaign and Cambridge Analytica. It had already suspended its chief executive officer, Alexander Nix, this week after he was filmed bragging about dirty tricks the firm used to obtain information.
  • Pope Francis uses Palm Sunday to lift up messages of the youth

    Pope Francis uses Palm Sunday to lift up messages of the youth

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    Pope Francis who pointed that the temptation to silence young people have been in existence for a long time further admonisned the young people that they have power to speak up and effect change. His comments came the day after widespread demonstrations took place in response to the February school shooting in Parkland, Florida. The report also urged church officials to find ways to connect to young people, who often feel "indifference, judgment, and rejection" from the church.
  • Korea Gets Temporary Exemption from Trump's Steel Tariffs

    Korea Gets Temporary Exemption from Trump's Steel Tariffs

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    The tariff removal for the United States trucks will be extended from current 10 years to 20 years to last until 2041. "We expect to sign that agreement soon", Mr Mnuchin said on the Fox News Sunday programme. reached 1.4 million metric tons in 2015, 940,000 tons in 2016 and 2 million tons in 2017. Friction over KORUS came about when Trump started to blame the U.S.'s large trade deficit with South Korea on the agreement.
  • No More Free Reign To China: Trump After Announcing Tariffs

    No More Free Reign To China: Trump After Announcing Tariffs

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    The U.S. tariff hike on steel and aluminum imports also has irked Japan, America's closest ally in Asia. The tensions reflect the dueling nationalistic ambitions of Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping. Beijing said that it would impose a 15 percent tariff on goods like fresh fruit, nuts, wine and seamless steel pipes, and that it was considering a second round of levies, of 25 percent, on other goods, including aluminum.
  • Mass for French officer whose sacrifice 'saved the nation'

    Mass for French officer whose sacrifice 'saved the nation'

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    He added that his brother "was well aware he had nearly no chance". According to the statement, Beltrame joined the elite police special forces in 2003 and deployed to Iraq in 2005. While the Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility of the attack, several hundred investigators were still checking the claim and looking into possible complicity the attacker could have benefited from to carry out his attacks and how he had been radicalized, the Elysee said after Macron met with concerned ...
  • Maryland school shooting victim is brain dead

    Maryland school shooting victim is brain dead

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    The accused gunman, 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rollins, died following an exchange of gunfire with a school security officer. Rollins died at a hospital following a brief confrontation with the school's lone resource officer, Deputy First Class Blaine Gaskill.
  • Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios Acquires Weather Channel

    Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios Acquires Weather Channel

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    Comedian-turned-media-entrepreneur Byron Allen struck a deal to acquire the Weather Channel from Comcast Corp. and private-equity firms Blackstone Group LP and Bain Capital for $300 million. Allen told The Journal he is continuing with his suit against Comcast and that the Weather Channel purchase isn't related. Allen's company produces and syndicates TV shows and has released films, such as last year's thriller " 47 Meters Down ".
  • Palestinian who hit Israeli soldier jailed 8 months

    Palestinian who hit Israeli soldier jailed 8 months

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    She is also being fined the equivalent of about $1,800. According to a statement from Avaaz, the organization running the campaign to free Ahed and Nariman , the military prosecution dropped eight of the 12 charges -which initially carried a sentence of up to 10 years in prison - against Ahed as part of the plea bargain.
  • Whistleblower claims Brexit campaign was 'totally illegal'

    Whistleblower claims Brexit campaign was 'totally illegal'

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    Shahmir Sanni, a former employee of the Vote Leave campaign, told the Electoral Commission the advisers funneled over $900,000 through a puppet organization linked to Cambridge Analytica . Vote Leave has previously said it made the donation to Mr Grimes because it was coming up to its £7m spending limit and wanted a way of using the £9.2m it had raised from individuals and companies on campaigning activities.
  • Three people die in Kingaroy house fire

    Three people die in Kingaroy house fire

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    When they arrived, firefighters noticed heavy smoke and fire coming from the home. The fire broke out on Kingaroy St in Kingaroy about 1pm. Paramedics originally said he had suffered burns to his airways but the family described his injuries as "very minor" and said he had been released from hospital.