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Federal Bureau of Investigation refused White House request to publicly deny press reports about Russian Federation

According to The Washington Post , "officials broadly dismissed Trump associates' contacts with Russian Federation as infrequent and inconsequential". The spee...


Iraqi PM orders airstrikes against IS in Syria

The Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) special forces seized 85 percent of Ghazlani military base in the southern outskirts of the western side of Mosul after he...


Israel denies work permit for Human Rights Watch director

The interior ministry issued its ruling this week, six months after the New York-based group applied for the work permit for Omar Shakir , its Israel and Palest...


Simone Biles and Mr. T Are Joining Dancing with the Stars

T to do the show for years", the source told ET. "He will be a great contestant this season". On Thursday, ET Online reported that Olympic gymnast Simone...


Le Pen's Office Chief Charged Over "Fake Jobs" Scandal

Le Pen's refusal to wear a headscarf to meet Lebanon's top Sunni Muslim cleric on Tuesday during a visit to Lebanon was no more than a "media stunt", Femen said...


Trump claims Democrats are faking Russian Federation stories

Keith Kellogg is named acting national security adviser. The continuing controversy over former national security adviser Michael Flynn's communications with ...


IRGC's Advanced Rockets Successfully Test-Fired in Military Drills: Commander

Shortly thereafter, the United States called on Iran to refrain from nuclear-capable missile activity. Rockets would be used without specifying which kind, ac...


North Korea's Regime In Jeopardy As China Bans Coal Imports

Jong-chol was arrested over the assassination of Kim Jong-nam after police raided a condominium in Jalan Kuchai Lama. An unidentified Malaysian government offic...


Gambia's new president faces inauguration as nation cheers

Global pressure, including the threat of a regional military intervention, led Jammeh to fi. Barrow defeated Yayha Jammeh in the West African country's presid...


Arrest warrant issued for Samsung chair

According to legal process, prosecutors can take up to 10 days to indict him, after which the court must dole out a ruling within three months. Investigators t...


Trump Takes on All Comers in Press Conference

The White House late Monday said Trump had accepted Flynn's resignation amid allegations the retired three star general discussed us sanctions strategy wi...


Trump presser open thread: NBC reports Acosta new Labor pick; Update

On Thursday, fast food workers with the "Fight for $15" campaign in St. Louis gathered outside a south St. Louis Hardee's restaurant to celebrate the withdrawal...


Woman arrested in killing of N. Korean leader's half brother

Even as Japanese news agency Kyodo, citing a Japanese government official, reported that the women may "already be dead", Malaysian police yesterday arrested a ...


Topshop to recall all display units following tragic death

Kaden was taken to the Royal Berkshire Hospital but died an hour later. 'Kaden was a very creative boy, who loved school'. Police are treating the death as un...


Russian Federation hopes Astana talks to give fresh impetus to Syrian settlement

Almost six years into the war, Assad seems militarily unassailable thanks to the decisive backing of Russian Federation and Iran. The Syrian opposition demands ...


Evacuation ordered for Oroville as dam spillway expected to fail

Bill Croyle, acting director of the Department of Water Resources , said his department is trying to lower the lake by 50 feet as quickly as possible. But an...


"Samsung Galaxy S8+" Official Logo Leaked

Two of the biggest smartphones that are prepping for announcements within the coming weeks are the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8. A graphics designer has crea...


North Korea's missile created to be launched from submarine, officials say

Photos released by KCNA showed the missile blasting into the sky with a smiling Mr Kim watching from the command centre, and standing on the launch field surrou...


WWII Bomb Found and Defused in Greece, 70000 Return Home

Greek soldiers yesterday defused a World War II bomb in the second-largest city Thessaloniki after evacuating tens of thousands of people from the area. Governo...


Turkish president approves constitutional change bill, referendum expected on April 16

The post of prime minister, now held by Erdogan loyalist Binali Yildirim, would be replaced with one or more vice-presidents. Kurtulmus expressed his hope tha...


Federal census: Edmonton cracks 900000 and outpaces regional growth

British Columbia's population levels increased by 5.6 per cent, compared with Ontario (4.6 per cent), Quebec (3.3 per cent), Prince Edward Island (1.9 per cent)...


Tillerson meeting with Canadian, Mexican foreign ministers

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will meet on Wednesday with the foreign ministers of U.S. neighbors Canada and Mexico for discussions that are likely to t...


Russian airstrike kills Turkish soldiers in Syria

Both the Turkish forces and the Syrian ones are fighting separately and haven't clashed with one another, as observers said it's a result of a Russian-Turkish c...


Former Prime Minister Elected as President of Somalia

The incumbent president, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, is seeking re-election against 20 other candidates, including his predecessor, Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, and t...


Explosion outside Supreme Court in Afghan capital, casualties feared

The Ministry of Public Health said dozens more people were wounded in the blast. Shortly after they were put to death a suicide bomber attacked a minibus carr...


Australian senator to launch new conservative party as shift to right grows

Senior Coalition MP Greg Hunt said he disappointed in Senator Bernardi's decision, particularly as he wasn't just elected as a Liberal and went to the voter...


Afghan civilians killed, 7920 wounded in 2016: UNAMA

The United Nations recorded an alarming 24 percent spike in conflict-related child casualties in Afghanistan and a three percent rise in total civilian casualti...


Russian Federation to miss World Athletics Championships in London as doping ban extended

During a meeting of the International Association of Athletics Federations, or IAAF, the governing body's president Sebastian Coe told the AFP that Russia "coul...


Netanyahu asks Prime Minister May to consider new sanctions on Iran

Netanyahu told reporters in Jerusalem on Sunday that he would "emphasize the need for a common front against Iran's defiant aggression which has raised its head...


New UN Report Chronicles Abuses Against Myanmar Rohingya

In Myanmar's former capital, Yangon, presidential spokesman Zaw Htay said: "These are extremely serious allegations, and we are deeply concerned". "Numerous t...


USA officials delay interviews with asylum seekers in Australian camps, report says

But Bishop told reporters while on the election trail in Western Australia on Saturday that she understood interviewing and vetting was still taking place. He...


Ford Shipping F-150 Raptors to China

It's unclear how many Chinese buyers will take the F-150 Raptor off-road and put its legitimately-impressive talents to the test, and how many are simply swayed...


1M Brits ask government to cancel Trump state visit

It's not yet clear if climate change activist Prince Charles will meet with Donald Trump. Na h-Eileanan an Iar in the Outer Hebrides and West Tyrone in Northern...


Pet snake gets stuck in woman's gauged earlobe

Turns out Bart was hanging out on her shoulders when Glawe thought he started attacking her head. The firefighters tried to get the snake out of her ear, but th...


French parliament raided by investigators in Francois Fillon probe

She has not commented. With the inquiry gathering pace, party officials began to wonder whether, and how, they might replace him. While lawmakers are entitl...