• Russian President Putin says strike on Syria will exacerbate humanitarian catastrophe

    Russian President Putin says strike on Syria will exacerbate humanitarian catastrophe

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    Russian Federation and the United States dramatically faced off in a UN Security Council session, hours after US, French and British forces launched missiles at Assad's chemical weapons stockpile . Johnson said: "The world is united in its disgust for any use of chemical weapons, but especially against civilians". Aboul-Gheit spoke from the city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia, where an Arab League summit is to take place Sunday.
  • USA and Russian Federation both using 'deconfliction' hotline, says Moscow

    USA and Russian Federation both using 'deconfliction' hotline, says Moscow

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    Military strikeUS President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington, 11-04-2018. " Get ready Russian Federation, because they will be coming, nice and new and 'smart!' ", Trump said. But while the Russian president's lieutenants continued to up the ante with threats and allegations, Vladimir Putin himself adopted a more statesmanlike tone, in remarks to new ambassadors presenting their credentials at the Kremlin.
  • James Comey admits polls were 'a factor' in email announcement

    James Comey admits polls were 'a factor' in email announcement

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    The president has heaped much of the blame for his ongoing legal troubles on the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and just Friday blasted Comey as an "untruthful slime ball". That revelation came more than three months after Comey said at a press conference that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would not be charging Clinton.
  • Russian WARNING: 'Smallest miscalculation' in Syria could lead to 'WAVES of migrants'

    Russian WARNING: 'Smallest miscalculation' in Syria could lead to 'WAVES of migrants'

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    Russian lawmaker Vladimir Dzhabarov said on Saturday that Russia was likely to call for a meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss U.S., British and French air strikes on Syria, RIA news agency reported . "From a diplomatic point of view, this [missile strike on Syria] is, of course, a blow that was delivered on the geographical point on the map, but it is also a blow to the global law and the whole system of worldwide relations", Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman Maria ...
  • Inspectors head to suspected gas attack site in Syria

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    McKenzie says the strike will set Syria's chemical program back for years. Jordan, he said, stands with the Syrians' right to end their suffering and the crisis in their country, calling for honest efforts to reach a political solution to the crisis.
  • Woman who drove SUV with off Family cliff was drunk

    Woman who drove SUV with off Family cliff was drunk

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    California drivers are deemed drunk having a level of 0.08 or higher. But their three other children - Devonte, 15, Hannah, 16, and Sierra, 12 - are missing, officials said. Investigators could not immediately identify the body, though it appeared be an African-American girl's body. News reports had previously indicated that there had been incidents of reported child abuse and that Child Protective Services had attempted to visit the Hart family a few days before they left their home ...
  • What Mark Zuckerberg really earns

    What Mark Zuckerberg really earns

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    For example, Facebook tracks your activity across websites outside the platform, including not just what sites you visit, but whether you've made purchases or shared information with a company-that's how it knows what ads should be targeted to you.
  • US, Russia clash at United Nations over chemical weapons attacks in Syria

    US, Russia clash at United Nations over chemical weapons attacks in Syria

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    Russia vetoed a US text, while two Russian-drafted resolutions failed to get a minimum nine votes to pass. This is the 12th time Moscow has blocked action on Syria by the council during the country's seven-year-old conflict. Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States are permanent Security Council members with veto powers. The Fact-Find Mission of the OPCW is going into Syria to probe the Douma attack.
  • Jeremy Corbyn: Avoid Iraq errors and give MPs vote

    Jeremy Corbyn: Avoid Iraq errors and give MPs vote

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    Russia, which backs Assad's regime, described reports of chemical weapons as a "provocation." But Mr Corbyn said military action was unlikely to solve the situation. Mr Corbyn said the alleged chemical attack in Douma was "disgraceful", but added: "There has to be a political solution". "I believe the action was legally questionable and this morning the UN Secretary General has said as much, reiterating that all countries must act in line with the UN Charter".
  • Syria strikes send 'clear message' on chemical weapons: British PM

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    Any potential strike against Syria could be carried out by extensive US and United Kingdom military assets already in the region, including two US Navy destroyers armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles. He said earlier this week that France was ready to attack the "chemical capabilities" of the Assad regime. British media reported Wednesday that May has also ordered British submarines to move within missile range of Syria.
  • Woman says cliff crash mom ran kids' 'boot camp'

    Woman says cliff crash mom ran kids' 'boot camp'

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    The children's adoptive parents, Jennifer and Sarah Hart , and three of their siblings were confirmed dead after the crash, police said. Investigators have said they believe the missing children were inside the vehicle at the time of crash.
  • VP Pence to visit Brazil at end of May

    VP Pence to visit Brazil at end of May

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    That decision was condemned last week by Pena Nieto and opposing candidates for this year's Mexican presidential election . Pence pivoted to the US response to the suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria as he sought to build support for further isolating Venezuela, which has faced USA sanctions amid a political crisis led by President Nicolas Maduro.
  • Europa League semi-final draw: Arsenal, Atletico Madrid set for rare meeting

    Europa League semi-final draw: Arsenal, Atletico Madrid set for rare meeting

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    Speaking on The Debate, Wise said:"If they [Arsenal] get past Atletico I think they have a really good chance of winning this". "He a super-popular player and everybody inside the club loves him", Arsene Wenger said. "The second thing that is very, very hard is that every time we play, everyone else has played". Starting off in the Champions League , Liverpool will host Roma in the first leg of the semifinal while Bayern Munich will receive a visit from two-time defending ...
  • Three UNSC resolutions on Syria fail; investigators on way

    Three UNSC resolutions on Syria fail; investigators on way

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    Britain argued that the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering from repeated use of toxic gas in attacks in Syria's seven-year war. "We are prepared to sustain this pressure, if the Syrian regime is foolish enough to test our will", she said. Russian Federation and the United States tangled on Tuesday at the U.N.