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Trump tweeted today, "California Governor Jerry Brown is doing the right thing and sending the National Guard to the Border". "It's also not a permanent solution". "I agree with the Catholic Bishops who have said that local, state and federal officials should 'work collaboratively and prudently in the implementation of this deployment, ensuring that the presence of the National Guard is measured and not disruptive to community life, '" he wrote.
  • Verdict on SC/ST Act has diluted its provisions: Centre to Supreme Court

    Verdict on SC/ST Act has diluted its provisions: Centre to Supreme Court

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    The Centre said that separation of powers was part of the basic structure of the Constitution, and there was no room for the court to declare that it could legislate. The judgment made it mandatory for the appointing authority (in the case of a public servant) to sanction the arrest before the police officer can exercise his jurisdiction under the Atrocities Act or the Code of Criminal Procedure.
  • May to chair emergency cabinet meeting on Syria 'chemical attack'

    May to chair emergency cabinet meeting on Syria 'chemical attack'

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    Earlier, Trump had appeared more cautious when backtracking on his explosive rhetoric on Syria to announce he "never said when" a strike on the country would take place. In another series of tweets on Wednesday, Trump bemoaned the state of relations between the United States and Russian Federation. Any use of chemical weapons by anybody against anybody else is clearly illegal as well as immoral and wrong.
  • United Kingdom accuses Russian Federation of spying on Sergei and Yulia Skripal since 2013

    United Kingdom accuses Russian Federation of spying on Sergei and Yulia Skripal since 2013

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    He said, based on British intelligence, that Russian Federation had developed a next generation nerve-agent group called Novichok and stockpiled small amounts of the agent within the last decade. Her father remains hospitalized but is no longer in critical condition. "The code word used for the offensive chemical weapons programme (of which the Novichoks were one part) was FOLIANT", he said.
  • Murder charges pending against Blooming Prairie woman, search continues in Fla

    Murder charges pending against Blooming Prairie woman, search continues in Fla

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    On Thursday, the Dodge County Sheriff's Office said 2nd-degree murder charges being prepared against Riess in Minnesota for the death of her husband, 54-year-old David Riess. Also missing were Hutchinson's vehicle and her auto keys, Marceno said, and Riess, whose own vehicle had been the subject of numerous alerts since she first went missing on March 23, was found abandoned in a nearby park.
  • Mexican drug kingpin behind DEA murder added to Federal Bureau of Investigation most-wanted list

    Mexican drug kingpin behind DEA murder added to Federal Bureau of Investigation most-wanted list

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    Marshals Service and the U.S. Department of State, we are committed to bring to justice this unsafe criminal and cartel leader responsible for the brutal murder of a DEA agent", said FBI Deputy Director David L. A top State Department official declined to say whether Mexican government representatives were invited, calling it a USA government event. In 2013, a Mexican court ordered his release after serving 28 years of his 40-year sentence.
  • UNHCR, KSRelief sign deal to provide emergency assistance for Rohingya refugees

    UNHCR, KSRelief sign deal to provide emergency assistance for Rohingya refugees

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    This was first such visit by any Myanmar minister to the largest-ever refugee camps where some 700,000 Rohingyas have taken shelter since last August following an army crackdown in Rakhine. The Bangladeshi government and the United Nations refugee agency finalized a similar document on Friday ensuring the safe and voluntary repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar in line with global standards once conditions are conducive to returns.
  • Pompeo Vows To 'Fix' Iran Deal, Confront Russia; Dodges Mueller Questions

    Pompeo Vows To 'Fix' Iran Deal, Confront Russia; Dodges Mueller Questions

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    Lawmakers are concerned the president may seek Mueller's ouster to try to shut down the investigation, and the White House has said it believes Trump does have the authority to fire him if desired. The rift between Russian Federation and the US has deepened in the past few months over various issues but particuarly over Moscow's alleged attempts to inlfuence the 2016 presidential election.
  • Ecuador president says journalists likely killed

    Ecuador president says journalists likely killed

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    He said they included the "narco-terrorist alias Guacho" on the list of " Ecuador's most wanted" and offered a reward of US$100,000 for information leading to his capture in Ecuador or Colombia . He said elite troops would soon be deployed to the northern border area where the employees of El Comercio newspaper were last seen almost three weeks ago while investigating a rise in drug-fueled violence.
  • Body Found Along NorCal River Where Santa Clarita Family Disappeared

    Body Found Along NorCal River Where Santa Clarita Family Disappeared

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    The body of a young child has been discovered along a Northern Calfornia river by teams searching for a missing family whose SUV crashed into the rain-swollen waterway last week, authorities said Friday. "Some of these items were consistent with a Honda vehicle", the CHP said in the Facebook post. The family members were identified as Sandeep Thottapilly, 41; Soumya Thottapilly, 38; Siddhant Thottapilly, 12; and Saachi Thottapilly, 9.
  • Justice Department inspector general says McCabe repeatedly mislead

    Justice Department inspector general says McCabe repeatedly mislead

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    The newspaper article delved into a dispute between F.B.I. and Justice Department officials over how to proceed in an investigation into the financial dealings of the Clinton family's foundation. Horowitz, was delivered to Congress and was expected to be released publicly later in the day. Ex-FBI director James Comey speaks during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill last summer.
  • Ambassador Haley: Trump Not Yet Decided on Syria Response

    Ambassador Haley: Trump Not Yet Decided on Syria Response

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    The U.S. has proof at "a very high level of confidence" that the Syrian government carried out the recent chemical weapons attack in Douma but is still working to identify the mix of chemicals used, the State Department said Friday. Russian Federation sent chemical defense specialists to Douma, finding no evidence that chemical weapons had been used. "The United States and our allies will continue to stand up for truth, accountability, justice, and an end to the use of chemical weapons".
  • OEA announces end to statewide walkout

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    After an in-depth investigation by the Montville Police Department that started in December 2017, police said they determined that Fish was supervising the fights in the classroom. He said he knew what he did was wrong and should have reported it to administration, the state police report says. When police obtained a warrant and reviewed the video clips, they saw what looked like two fights on two separate days.
  • Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 9-13

    Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week April 9-13

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    Sanchez reported that the storms could arrive in Anderson County anywhere between 6 and 10 p.m. this evening. The scattered storms that are moving through East Texas at this time are not expected to become severe, a few may be fairly strong, but the more severe weather is beginning to form north and northwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth area at this time.
  • Speaker Paul Ryan on his

    Speaker Paul Ryan on his "very candid dialogue" with Trump

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    What bothers many Americans more has been his silence in the face of Donald Trump's worst behavior. He will leave a legacy of achievement that nobody can question. And at the end of Ryan's brief tenure-barely beyond three years, October 2015 to January 2019, if he stays the course-there still won't be one. Similarly, Ryan said in that 2013 interview: "Immigration, by the way, is a good thing for America".
  • Sidhu's conviction by HC correct, Punjab tells SC

    Sidhu's conviction by HC correct, Punjab tells SC

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    The Punjab government's counsel told the Supreme Court that Sidhu had lied about his involvement in the case. Sidhu, now the Local Bodies and Tourism Minister in the Amarinder Singh government, was acquitted along with co-accused Rupinder Singh Sandhu by the trial court in September 1999.