• Police arrest two more over British parliament attack

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    Police have made a number of arrests since the attack but just one remains in custody. They were all arrested in Birmingham , central England, where Masood recently lived. Masood drove a vehicle into pedestrians on central London's Westminster Bridge before going after officers with a knife. Khalid Masood, a United Kingdom -born resident of the West Midlands in central England, was once investigated for extremism by British authorities but was not now on a terrorism watch list.
  • Former Trump campaign adviser: Info given to Russian spies 'immaterial'

    Former Trump campaign adviser: Info given to Russian spies 'immaterial'

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    The bombshell announcement has brought new scrutiny to Page and other members of Trump's election bid with possible Russian Federation ties. US authorities have deported a man convicted of working as an unregistered Russian government agent, in a case that has shed light on Russian intelligence operations in the United States.
  • U.S. has 'no love' for Russia — UN ambassador Haley

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    When asked about the proposed meeting, China's U.N. Ambassador Liu Jieyi said: "We are trying to work that out". We think that he has been a hindrance to peace for a long time . HALEY: I don't - oh, no. If she has not been openly critical of Trump in her new job, she has not hesitated to distinguish her views from his, either.
  • Schiff says Trump wants focus on tweets, not Russia probe

    Schiff says Trump wants focus on tweets, not Russia probe

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    Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), saying the House Intelligence Committee chairman "killed" a bipartisan effort to investigate Russia's interference in the presidential election. Putin was salivating at the thought of a Trump presidency. Michael Flynn , the former US national security adviser, did not report payments from a Russian state-backed television network and another firm with Russia ties in an initial financial disclosure, new documents released by the White House show.
  • Violating law is unacceptable: Rajasthan Home Minister on Alwar incident

    Violating law is unacceptable: Rajasthan Home Minister on Alwar incident

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    India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, won office in 2014 pledging to ban beef across India, and calls to declare the cow India's national animal have grown since his election. April 5 ( ANI): Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir on Wednesday condemning the incident in Alwar , Rajasthan, in which a Muslim was killed over suspicion of cow smuggling and said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) doesn't support any such violence.
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    It's just 100 days to go until the English Premier League giants arrive to play the Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney FC at ANZ Stadium , with both games on track to sell out. The end of March is somewhat seen as a turning point in the season for Arsenal in recent times . A section of frustrated supporters have voiced their opinion on Wenger's future, calling for change.
  • Iran's Aseman Airlines signs $3bn deal for 30 Boeing jets

    Iran's Aseman Airlines signs $3bn deal for 30 Boeing jets

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    The memorandum of agreement will also provide the Iranian carrier with rights to procure 30 additional Boeing-built 737 MAX planes, Boeing said Tuesday. Boeing said the agreement was negotiated with the approval of the US government. Boeing said it negotiated the agreement under government authorizations.
  • Dems claim votes to block Gorsuch; GOP will override them

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    Now, there are concerns that the elimination of the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees will make the nominating process more partisan - that in 50 years if the court has changed with less qualified justices on it, people will look back on this week for when it all happened.
  • Syrian Army reportedly kills dozens in suspected chemical attack

    Syrian Army reportedly kills dozens in suspected chemical attack

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    August 24, 2016: The joint OPCW-U.N. panel determines the Syrian government twice used helicopters to deploy chlorine gas against its opponents, in civilian areas in the northern Idlib province. The alleged chemical warfare against civilians in Syria provoked shock and outrage Tuesday in Israel, where the attack was vociferously condemned as a crime against humanity and there were calls for intervention to stop the Assad regime.
  • Storms take Aim at Alabama After Killing 2 in Louisiana

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    The threat level is for heavy rain, damaging wind, large hail and tornadoes as a strong disturbance moves into the state. If a tornado warning is issued for your area seek shelter immediately in an interior room, away from windows. Fire officials in the Texas village of Point Venture said several people witnessed an apparent funnel cloud there Sunday morning. Thomas said authorities got a call from a woman saying her vehicle was being swept off into the water around 4 a.m.