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Kensington Palace also revealed more details about the dresses the bridesmaids wore, explaining that they were also designed by the same designer who made Meghan's handsome wedding dress. and cheekily stuck out her tongue as she pulled up to the church. He sported a miniature Blues and Royals frockcoat, which draws its insignia from the regiment to which both Prince William and Prince Harry once belonged.
  • India court allows Modi's BJP to form state govt despite lacking majority

    India court allows Modi's BJP to form state govt despite lacking majority

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    The case was heard by Justices Arjan Kumar Sikhri, Ashok Bhushan, and Sharad Arvind Bobde. Congress chief Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "Today's Supreme Court order, vindicates our stand that Governor Vala acted unconstitutionally". Kerala Tourism minister Kadakampally Surendran earlier invited Congress and JD-S MLAs from Karnataka to their state to avoid alleged horse-trading and poaching bid by the BJP.
  • Cambridge Analytica files for bankruptcy in the US

    Cambridge Analytica files for bankruptcy in the US

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    British political consulting group Cambridge Analytica (CA) filed for voluntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the Southern District of NY, court documents showed. The fallout from the Cambridge Analytica case isn't over, as industry watchers expect it to lead to the adoption of new US laws that restrict companies' use of consumer data.
  • Multiple Injuries Reported after School Bus, Dump Truck Collide in New Jersey

    Multiple Injuries Reported after School Bus, Dump Truck Collide in New Jersey

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    Rescue workers can be seen administering aid to dozens of children injured in a horrific school bus crash on Route 80. "In the area of milepost 25.1, the school bus and a Kenworth dump truck collided, which caused the bus to overturn". A Mendez-owned dump truck driven by a driver police say had a suspended license struck and killed a French fashion stylist in NY in January 2011, according to court records.
  • Air Force apologizes for tone-deaf 'Yanny-Laurel' tweet

    Air Force apologizes for tone-deaf 'Yanny-Laurel' tweet

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    The Air Force has deleted a tweet referencing the viral Laurel/Yanny issue in regard to a deadly air strike in Afghanistan, admitting the tweet was in "poor taste". "Today, in spite of vain Taliban attempts to challenge the Afghan government's control of Farah city, [the city] remains under the control of the Afghan defense and security forces".
  • Trump says Russian Federation inquiry's overreach is a scandal 'bigger than Watergate!'

    Trump says Russian Federation inquiry's overreach is a scandal 'bigger than Watergate!'

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    Speaking Thursday on " Fox and Friends ", the former NY mayor said Trump will only sit down with Mueller if "we feel there's a way to shorten this thing". Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani told Fox News host Laura Ingraham Wednesday on "The Ingraham Angle" that it was high time for Mueller to bring the probe "to a close" because it's "not good for the American people" to prolong it further.
  • Facebook shares fall as Zuckerberg agrees to closed, European Union meeting

    Facebook shares fall as Zuckerberg agrees to closed, European Union meeting

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    Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to a private meeting behind the closed doors with a handful of European parliament's, carefully chosen members. Tajani said that simply showing up to explain himself was already a good move. Mr Tajani had invited Mr Zuckerberg, saying that the 2.7 million European Union citizens affected by the data sharing scandal deserved a full explanation.
  • Hawaii's Kilauea volcano spews huge cloud of ash

    Hawaii's Kilauea volcano spews huge cloud of ash

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    Geological Survey data. A pressure cooker: On May 9, scientists warned that a drop in the volcano's summit lava lake might have paved the way for an explosion that could fling ash and boulders the size of refrigerators into the air. Fissure No. 17 northeast of Lanipuna Gardens was active but with less lava being added to the flow, said Steve Brantley, deputy scientist-in-charge at Hawaii Volcano Observatory .
  • 'Yanny or Laurel' audio illusion divides social media

    'Yanny or Laurel' audio illusion divides social media

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    But, if you hear Yanny, that's all the higher notes. While the Obama White House released light videos , the Trump presidency has heralded a more polarized era, and so the attempt at a light viral video by the Trump team did not escape attention.
  • Syria's Assad meets with Putin in Russian Federation

    Syria's Assad meets with Putin in Russian Federation

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    Assad previously visited Russia and met with Putin in November 2017 and October 2015, and Putin travelled to the Russian air base in Syria last December to announce a scale-back of the Russian military presence there. "And of course now, after these military successes, additional conditions have doubtless been created for the renewal of a fully-fledged political process".
  • Government concerned about latest violence in Israeli-Palestinian crisis

    Government concerned about latest violence in Israeli-Palestinian crisis

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    No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has", she added. Israel has repeatedly claimed that Hamas uses weekly border protests as cover to stage terror attacks. The callous way in which Israel dealt with the protests shows the utter disregard Tel Aviv and the global community have for Palestinian lives. Ankara said it was recalling ambassadors to the USA and Israel, and Israel has expelled the Turkish consul in Jerusalem .
  • Senate Intelligence Panel Approves Gina Haspel as CIA Director

    Senate Intelligence Panel Approves Gina Haspel as CIA Director

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    Besides Warner, at least five other Democrats have expressed support for Haspel. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said in a floor speech that Haspel "offered up nearly the classic Washington non-apology". John McCain , whose long-distance rejection of Haspel as he battles brain cancer at home hit a political nerve. Her opponents argued that it wasn't right to promote someone who supervised a covert detention site in Thailand where terror suspects were waterboarded, an interrogation technique ...
  • Gina Haspel Confirmed as CIA Director

    Gina Haspel Confirmed as CIA Director

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    He added: "However, in both our one-on-one meetings and in classified session before the Committee, I found Acting Director Haspel to be more forthcoming regarding her views on the interrogation program". Also in the midst of a fraught election year, Florida Senator Bill Nelson met with Haspel personally and said that he believed she would be fit to serve.
  • Trump promises 'strong' protections for denuclearized North Korea

    Trump promises 'strong' protections for denuclearized North Korea

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    But Mr. Trump didn't rule out such a Libya-like model for the future, if negotiations with North Korea don't go well. The U.S. has relied on China to help bolster its sanctions against North Korea. During an official visit to Paris, Wang said that "all parties, especially the United States, should cherish this opportunity for peace and should not work as a barrier".
  • US Warns Russian-German Gas Pipeline Risks Triggering Sanctions

    US Warns Russian-German Gas Pipeline Risks Triggering Sanctions

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    During the meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on April 27, Trump offered to refuse from the support of the gas project in the exchange for new trade agreements between the USA and the EU. "The new project would permit new technologies to be placed along the pipeline route and that is a threat". The United States also opposes the Turkish Stream offshore pipeline that would bring Russian gas via the Black Sea to Turkey for the same reasons, she said.