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They laugh at our dumb immigration laws". They send them into the United States. The original caravan consisted of about 40 migrants who crossed the border from Central America. The recent $1.3 trillion bill that funded government agencies through the end of September made no mention of the dispute. Trump is claiming that the caravan members are coming to the United States to obtain work permits under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ), the Obama-era program that protects ...
  • Watch Dean Elgar Take a Sensational Catch Against Australia in Fourth Test

    Watch Dean Elgar Take a Sensational Catch Against Australia in Fourth Test

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    South Africa are upbeat that Morkel may be fit enough to bowl in the final innings of the match, but regardless of whether that transpires, they will have to carefully manage Rabada and Vernon Philander. Paine batted courageously as he fought through the pain of a broken thumb, creating what was ultimately Australia's best stand yet in the four-Test series against South Africa , just topping the 98-run opening stand between David Warner and Cameron Bancroft in Port Elizabeth.
  • Sierra Leone Record Peaceful Runoff Presidential Election Voting

    Sierra Leone Record Peaceful Runoff Presidential Election Voting

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    The APC's candidate, Kamara, finished slightly behind Bio of the opposition Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) in the first round of voting on March 7, but neither candidate gained the 55 percent of votes needed to win outright. But the double shock of a commodity price slump and the Ebola epidemic the following year triggered the collapse of the two iron-ore mines in the country and left the economy in ruins.
  • Egypt's Sisi re-elected for second term with 97% of votes

    Egypt's Sisi re-elected for second term with 97% of votes

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    Ibrahim noted that the number of invalid votes was 1,762,231. Sisi's sole rival and an erstwhile ardent supporter, Moussa Mostafa Moussa, won 2.92 percent of the valid votes, Ibrahim said. Sisi had been virtually guaranteed a landslide win, confirmed by early tallies as voting ended on Wednesday. Sisi won 21,835,378 votes, while Moussa won 656,534 votes, he added.
  • 'Anti-Semitism is being used to attack Jeremy Corbyn' says Labour frontbencher

    'Anti-Semitism is being used to attack Jeremy Corbyn' says Labour frontbencher

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    I am sorry you are offended by my retweet on the picture. The Labour leader added: "In the fight against antisemitism, I am your ally and I always will be". I consider that it has supported and endorsed the most blatant acts of anti-Semitism. The Apprentice star and business magnate, who is Jewish, faced calls from shadow chancellor John McDonnell to "disown" the post and "bring people together".
  • Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to visit Trump at Mar-a-Lago

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to visit Trump at Mar-a-Lago

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    Japan has said North Korea abducted at least 17 Japanese citizens in the 1970s and 1980s to train agents in Japanese language and culture to spy on South Korea. Japan wants to make sure Trump does not make a deal with Pyongyang that protects the United States mainland but leaves Japan vulnerable. There has been a pressing need for the denuclearisation of North Korea by Japan, the US, China and South Korea.
  • Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Anti-Apartheid Activist, Dies At 81

    Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Anti-Apartheid Activist, Dies At 81

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    Her health had been the subject of headlines over the past 18 months, with Madikizela-Mandela spending previous bouts in the same hospital. "She kept the memory of her imprisoned husband Nelson Mandela alive during his years on Robben Island and helped give the struggle for justice in South Africa one its most recognizable faces", the family said.
  • Boko Haram attack: More than a dozen dead in Maiduguri

    Boko Haram attack: More than a dozen dead in Maiduguri

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    Boko Haram's almost nine-year fight to establish an Islamic state in northeast Nigeria has claimed at least 20,000 lives and displaced more than two million people. "I don't believe the amnesty will stop anything because so far so good, we do not know how far the negotiations between the Federal Government and Boko Haram has gone", he told Vanguard.
  • Malala flies back after wrapping up Pakistan visit

    Malala flies back after wrapping up Pakistan visit

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    She broke down in tears as she made a televised speech on Thursday, saying it was her "dream" to be back, and has vowed to Pakistani media that she will return permanently after she has completed her education. She said there was great responsibilities on the shoulders of the country's politicians to include the actual problems of the people in their parties' manifestos and proposed that they should focus on issues like improving the education and health standards in the country.
  • IS kills 19 regime fighters in east Syria: monitor

    IS kills 19 regime fighters in east Syria: monitor

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    The Syrian army command said on Saturday it had regained most of the towns and villages in eastern Ghouta and was pressing its military operations in Douma. It gave no further details nor did it say when the planned evacuations would start. Fighters from the Jaish al-Islam group will leave Douma to north Syria, possibly to the city of Jarablus, controlled by Turkish-backed rebels, a Syrian opposition source close to talks held between the group and Russian Federation told Asharq Al-Awsat on ...
  • Scientists Track Chinese Space Station's Final Hours in Orbit

    Scientists Track Chinese Space Station's Final Hours in Orbit

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    China's space agency said on Thursday that the almost eight-tonne Tiangong-1 will re-enter the atmosphere some time between Saturday and Monday. But there is "no need for people to worry", the China Manned Space Engineering Office (CMSEO) said on its WeChat social media account.
  • Easter Sunday meal open for everyone

    Easter Sunday meal open for everyone

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    He thinks it's important everyone has a place to go on Easter. Their annual Easter Dinner aims to feed anyone who needs a meal or a little company, with hopes they'll get as close to a home-cooked meal as possible. "Oh, it's great. [To] help people out and help Tom, Tom and I are good friends and so it's great to do this", he said. Jennifer Francisco, a Duluth Harbor Mission president and volunteer, said Easter is her favorite holiday.
  • 20 killed as fighting rages across Indian Kashmir

    20 killed as fighting rages across Indian Kashmir

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    Wani's killing in a gunfight led to widespread protests in the region for five long months, during which over 100 civilians were killed, and hundreds lost their eyes to the pellet guns fired by forces. Read Also: Impact of violence on childrenSources said that two injured terrorists managed to escape taking the advantage of the protestors. They included three Army jawans and two police personnel.
  • Trump on deal to protect 'Dreamer' immigrants

    Trump on deal to protect 'Dreamer' immigrants

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    While Trump gave Congress six months to broker a deal on DACA, there has been so much other garbage going on on Capitol Hill that it is incredible that anything has gotten done, and Trump has blamed Democrats. "The mask of deceptions and lies with which Trump has tried to gaslight the country for months just fell away: 'no more DACA deal .'" Beyer tweeted.