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The fact that thousands of Russian troops and military advisers are stationed across the country means that there's a chance that a large-scale USA strike on Syrian government forces would - deliberately or not - also kill Russians, military analysts in Moscow say.
  • Trump lauds USA administration for handling IS in Syria

    Trump lauds USA administration for handling IS in Syria

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    Those comments go further than United States officials have been willing to in public. Prime Minister Theresa May recalled the ministers from their Easter holiday for a special cabinet meeting on how to respond to what she has cast as a barbaric poison gas attack by Syrian government forces on civilians in the formerly rebel-held town of Douma , just east of the capital Damascus .
  • Russia UN envoy says 'cannot exclude' war between Russia, US

    Russia UN envoy says 'cannot exclude' war between Russia, US

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    Since Russia has veto power, the measure was not adopted. Russian Federation and the United States on Tuesday presented three drafts on the alleged chemical incident in Syria, but all three failed to be adopted. "They should do something to stop this kind of genocide". The first draft considered today penned by the United States which would have established a new investigative mechanism for one year, as well as identify those responsible for the use of chemical weapons, was rejected ...
  • Russian gas pipeline to Europe gets thumbs up from Finland

    Russian gas pipeline to Europe gets thumbs up from Finland

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    In early April, Finland granted its first permit. 2 Nord Stream AG is a company established for planning, construction and operation of the pipeline "Nord stream-2". It will bypass the transit states - Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and other Eastern European and Baltic countries and will pass through the exclusive economic zones and territorial waters of five states - Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany.
  • Chinese ambassador warns U.S. not to drag Latam into trade dispute

    Chinese ambassador warns U.S. not to drag Latam into trade dispute

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    Technology companies, banks and industrial companies all rose Thursday as investors got ready for big banks to announce their first-quarter results and let go of some of their concerns about the trade dispute between the USA and China. Xi's long-planned speech - marking 40 years after the first economic reforms transformed China - was being closely watched after Trump's plan to hit hundreds of Chinese products with duties.
  • Expect to pay more to visit these national parks

    Expect to pay more to visit these national parks

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    Two annual passes, including the popular "America the Beautiful" pass, would remain at $80. Washington Sen. Maria Cantwell, top Democrat on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, said she was glad Zinke "abandoned his reckless plan to nearly triple park fees on American families", but said the new plan lacks transparency or a full analysis of the impact fee hikes will have on park visitation and local economies.
  • Devastating house fire started after initial blaze re-ignited, investigation finds

    Devastating house fire started after initial blaze re-ignited, investigation finds

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    Firefighters on scene in the 6700 block of Goodwin Street, where a house fire displaced three residents and killed three pets. The fire remains under investigation. Peter and Joy had only just completed a £2k refurbishment, and have since been forced to live with relatives and at a hotel. "I was going to say these things happen, but they don't really", Peter added.
  • Former TV Producer Arrested In Baltimore For Sister's Murder

    Former TV Producer Arrested In Baltimore For Sister's Murder

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    Although a suicide discover was found with the physique, a warrant for Jill's arrest was issued after the 14 March blaze. Jill Blackstone was arrested Thursday and remains at Central Booking awaiting an extradition hearing, Baltimore police spokesman Detective Jeremy Silbert said.
  • Imran announces to remove PTI members who sold votes during Senate elections

    Imran announces to remove PTI members who sold votes during Senate elections

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    He told journalists here after a meeting of the party's central executive committee (CEC) that the PTI lawmakers, who sold their votes during the Senate election, would be removed from the party. Imran Khan said every year Rs 100 billion would be spent on the development of FATA. Despite their patriotism and vast sacrifices for the stability of Pakistan, the government did not take the ownership of Fata the way it should have done, he added.
  • Drake & Ninja Play Another Round of 'Fortnite' on Twitch, Ninja Wins $5000

    Drake & Ninja Play Another Round of 'Fortnite' on Twitch, Ninja Wins $5000

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    The award-winning game was first released back in July 2017 across all platforms, conceived of as a cross between Call of Duty and Minecraft . Drake replys with "It has to happen, it's just gotta be the right way, someone's gonna do it". We've all had our addictions to video games, but it seems like Drake is ready to take his obsession for playing Fortnite to the next level if its maker, Epic Games, grants him one simple request.
  • Donald Trump denies knowing about his lawyer's massive payment to Stormy Daniels

    Donald Trump denies knowing about his lawyer's massive payment to Stormy Daniels

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    Attorney for Southern District of NY. Mr Trump also said he was not aware of why his lawyer, Michael Cohen , had made the payment or where he got the money. "Today we find out that it is his intention to plead the Fifth against self-incrimination in response to any questions that I may pose to him in connection with our case, they are going to seek an emergency stay", Avenatti explained.
  • Backpage.com pleading guilty to human trafficking charges in Texas

    Backpage.com pleading guilty to human trafficking charges in Texas

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    Also on April 9, Hyer had his initial court appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge David L. Horan in the Northern District of Texas and was released from custody pending trial, and Padilla had his initial court appearance before U.S. Attorney General Paxton has made combating human trafficking a top priority. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Larry Brown previous year threw out pimping conspiracy and other state charges against Backpage's operators.
  • Yankees/Red Sox Rivalry Escalates Into Bench-Clearing Brawl

    Yankees/Red Sox Rivalry Escalates Into Bench-Clearing Brawl

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    Austin immediately became enraged, slamming his bat and helmet down on the ground before charging toward the mound. As the scene played out, photographers Maddie Meyer and Charles Krupa captured some awesome photos of the fight. The Yankees scored a run in the ninth inning on a wild pitch. Part of the reason interest in baseball around here has cooled over the past few years is the lack of intrigue in Red Sox-Yankees games.
  • Winter Storm Watch for parts of W MI

    Winter Storm Watch for parts of W MI

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    Southern Minnesota could see freezing rain Friday night and early Saturday with "difficult" travel conditions in that area, largely due to road icing, the weather service said. The best chance for whiteouts will be late Friday night there. A slow moving, long duration storm will likely bring freezing rain to the Watch area with over 6 inches of heavy, wet snow north of this zone.
  • Holocaust Remembrance Day event features personal insights of survivors

    Holocaust Remembrance Day event features personal insights of survivors

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    It was the largest concentration camp among many built by the Nazis during their campaign to wipe out the Jews and other groups. The solemn march began at the main gate of Auschwitz and ended 3 kilometers (2 miles) away at Birkenau, where Jews from across Europe were transported by train and murdered in gas chambers.
  • Trump expected to pardon Scooter Libby

    Trump expected to pardon Scooter Libby

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    The president has already signed off on the pardon, which is something he has been considering for several months, sources told ABC News. He was sentenced to 30 months in prison in the case, but President George W. News of the expected pardon was previously reported by ABC News. At trial, Libby claimed to have simply forgotten he actually learned about the identity from Cheney a month before he said he had.