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Watts, who said he was certain he would be targeted by Russian hackers when he left the hearing, said the Intelligence committee should follow the money, but they should also "follow the trail of dead Russians". Rubio did not return to the subject when he questioned the expert witnesses later in the hearing. Sen. Marco Rubio during a hearing on Capitol Hill.
  • Pak Govt. allows former army chief to lead Saudi-led military alliance

    Pak Govt. allows former army chief to lead Saudi-led military alliance

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    The Saudi military coalition has 37 countries as its members. He said: "The decision was taken after much deliberation and I will stand by it in Parliament". Lately, Pakistan has been attempting a balancing act with regard to its policy in the Middle East by increasing engagement with Iran, while at the same time maintaining ties with historical allies led by Saudi Arabia.
  • Cricket's Proteas Move Past Australia to Number Two in Tests

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    There is likelihood of India and Pakistan cricket series in Dubai . Under Anil Kumble's captaincy back in 2007, the Indians clinched the previous Test series (1-0 at home) that they played against their bitter rivals. MHA has however said that the final decision on this issue rests with the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) since it involves a match outside India.
  • U.S. vows to end "Israel-bashing" at United Nations

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    Some interpreted the Obama administration's decision to abstain from voting against the resolution as a parting shot to Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "So the first thing we do is we call the secretary general and say, this is absolutely ridiculous", she said . "We don't have a greater friend than Israel", she added.
  • German president tells Turkey: Don't cut ties with partners

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    Turkey has been embroiled in a row with Germany and the Netherlands over the barring of campaign appearances by Turkish officials seeking to drum up support for an April referendum on boosting Erdogan's powers. Erdogan warned Europe that Turkey was "not a country to push, to prod, to play with its honour, to shove its ministers out of the door, drag its citizens on the floor".
  • Strong t'storms likely this afternoon-night

    Strong t'storms likely this afternoon-night

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    Isolated tornadoes can't be ruled out. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible late this afternoon and this evening. The forecast marks the latest round in a turbulent week of wild weather across the Midwest and South. Some of these storms could be severe. Storms will develop along the dry line and generally move to the east. The tornado risk is considered low. We made it through our severe weather event Sunday evening largely unscathed.
  • North Korea secretly tests rocket engines for ICBM

    North Korea secretly tests rocket engines for ICBM

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    Numerous sources are now reporting that North Korea could conduct a sixth nuclear test soon as a show of force against South Korea and the United States for their combined military drills. The communist state also will celebrate the anniversary of the Korean People's Army on April 25. USA submarines with nukes also patrol the region, so it's a scary neighborhood brimming with the world's most unsafe weapons.
  • Man who drove suspicious car near White House is detained

    Man who drove suspicious car near White House is detained

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    The vehicle was stopped around 11 p.m.at a checkpoint about a quarter-mile from the White House , authorities said. The Secret Service said an unidentified driver was taken into custody after a suspicious vehicle approached a checkpoint, but made no mention of any claims of an explosive device.
  • North Korea preparing for nuclear test at Punggye-ri, officials say

    North Korea preparing for nuclear test at Punggye-ri, officials say

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    North Korea's foreign policy has seemingly become more erratic and unpredictable since Kim Jong-un took power after his father, Kim Jong-il, died in 2011. The aircraft conducted operations simulating a crisis situation in the Korean Peninsula, where neighboring rival nations technically remain at a state of war since fighting in the 1950s.
  • Trump climate change order expected Tuesday

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    Donald Trump has previously said he is considering withdrawing the USA from the Paris Agreement because, in his opinion, "nobody really knows" if climate change is real. States are suing because they contend Washington does not have the authority to enact such a sweeping measure that they said would lead to higher electricity costs and reduced reliability of the nation's power grid.