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Austin police urge possible serial bomber to surrender, increases reward to $100G

Austin police urge possible serial bomber to surrender, increases reward to $100G

The reward for information that leads to an arrest in this case is now $100,000. A group of Austin, Texas neighbors are taking safety into their own hands after a series of package bomb explosions k...

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Greens' Batman bid undermined: Di Natale

Greens' Batman bid undermined: Di Natale

In New South Wales the upper house member Jeremy Buckingham has been fighting off a complaint that was supported by the federal senator Lee Rhiannon , and Di Natale's former chief of staff Cate Faeh...

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Putin rides Russia First wave toward election win By

Putin rides Russia First wave toward election win By

Russian media reports suggest that the Kremlin is seeking a nationwide turnout of 65 percent, matching the turnout of the last presidential polls in 2012, in which Putin won almost 64 percent of t...

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Lukaku, Matic power Man United past Brighton and into FA Cup semifinals

Lukaku, Matic power Man United past Brighton and into FA Cup semifinals

Resisting the chance to slam the under-achievers amongst a squad that he believes have failed to live with the pressure of being at a club of Manchester United's stature, the Portuguese instead nomi...

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NDA messed up economy, mismanaged Kashmir dispute, Manmohan Singh launches scathing attack

They have installed a Govt where the two wings of the administration are working against each other. "It is obvious from the fact that our borders are insecure, be it cross border terror or internal"....

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DMK nudges CM to support TDP's no-trust motion in Parliament

DMK nudges CM to support TDP's no-trust motion in Parliament

Mr. Stalin said it was unlikely that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would agree to meet a DMK delegation to discuss the constitution of the Cauvery Management Board, given that he had refused to give an...

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Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats: foreign ministry

Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats: foreign ministry

Russia said earlier on Friday it would expel British diplomats in response to British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to kick out 23 Russians. "Our quarrel is with Putin's Kremlin, and with hi...

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Vladimir Putin wins Russian election amid protests and ballot stuffing allegations

Vladimir Putin wins Russian election amid protests and ballot stuffing allegations

In a widely expected outcome, the Central Election Commission, with just in excess of 70 per cent of the votes counted, announced that Putin had won 75.9 per cent of the vote, a marked increase on t...

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AAP MLA says Khaira trying to split party, demands action

AAP MLA says Khaira trying to split party, demands action

However, several senior state leaders, including leader of opposition in the Punjab assembly Sukhpal Singh Khaira, skipped the meeting. While the party is already facing a vertical split between Del...

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Ola, Uber may go on a strike today

Ola, Uber may go on a strike today

According to analysts, the strike is unlikely to have much of an impact on both the cab hailing applications. Their demands include higher benefits for drivers, higher fares, among others. Naik clai...

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Russia Expelling 23 British Diplomats in Growing Dispute

Russia Expelling 23 British Diplomats in Growing Dispute

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday Britain would consider its next steps alongside its allies in the coming days after Russian Federation had earlier said it would expel 23 British diplomats....

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Russian EU Ambassador shifting the blame in nerve agent saga

Russian EU Ambassador shifting the blame in nerve agent saga

Russia's move came after Britain's decision on Wednesday to expel 23 Russian diplomats over the nerve toxin attack in the English city of Salisbury that left a former Russian spy and his daughter c...

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Dead, 1 In Custody After Stabbing In Downtown Rochester

Dead, 1 In Custody After Stabbing In Downtown Rochester

The Rochester Police Department says the stabbing happened shortly after 7 p.m.at the Castleview Apartments on the 100 block of North Broadway. Officers apprehended one man who was trying to flee th...

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Russian election officials probe ballot stuffing

Rising tensions with the West over the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal in Britain, and new sanctions from Washington over alleged election meddling, strengthen the impression of a Russ...

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Cycling, Milan-San Remo: Vincenzo Nibali wins classic with solo attack

Cycling, Milan-San Remo: Vincenzo Nibali wins classic with solo attack

Simon Clarke sustained three broken vertebrae in a crash at the Milan-San Remo on Saturday, while Andre Greipel will undergo surgery on a fractured collarbone. It's a race I didn't expect to win bec...

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Britain Accuses Russia Of Stockpiling Deadly Nerve Agent

Britain Accuses Russia Of Stockpiling Deadly Nerve Agent

Russia's expulsion of 23 British diplomats "doesn't change the facts of the matter" of the poisoning of a former double agent in an English city, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday. While ...

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Republicans to Trump: leave Mueller alone

Republicans to Trump: leave Mueller alone

Trump also continued to draw criticism from fellow Republicans over the firing of McCabe, who said he believed he was targeted because he corroborated Comey's claims that Trump tried to pressure Com...

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Japan, South Korea pledge to keep pressure on Pyongyang

Japan, South Korea pledge to keep pressure on Pyongyang

South Korea's Yonhap news agency said Choe was seen at a Beijing airport on Sunday before boarding a flight to Finland. But it was not clear if the fate of United States citizens who are held ca...

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Lives, homes at risk as bushfires rage in Victoria

Lives, homes at risk as bushfires rage in Victoria

The weather was expected to continue to bring unsafe fire conditions until Sunday mid-afternoon, a spokeswoman for the State Control Center told Reuters. The major grass and bushfires began on Saturda...

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2 dead in shooting outside of north-end Toronto bowling alley

2 dead in shooting outside of north-end Toronto bowling alley

Gunfire erupted outside the entrance of Playtime Bowl on Samor Road, in the Dufferin Street and Lawrence Avenue West area, shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday. He added that police do not yet know what mot...

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Amid spy row, UK accuses Russia of stockpiling a nerve agent

Amid spy row, UK accuses Russia of stockpiling a nerve agent

Russia's ambassador to the European Union has suggested the UK's Porton Down research laboratory may be the source of the nerve agent used in the attack on former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter ...

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Republicans To Trump: Let Mueller Do His Job

Republicans To Trump: Let Mueller Do His Job

The White House has repeatedly said there are no plans to fire Mueller, but President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday night that the investigation "should have never been started". His Senate counterpar...

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Putin urges high voter turnout ahead of Russian election

Putin urges high voter turnout ahead of Russian election

The doctor, who gave her name only as Yekaterina because of fears about repercussions, said she and her co-workers were told to fill out forms detailing not only where they would cast their ballots, b...

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Putin storms to landslide election win

Putin storms to landslide election win

About 107 million Russians are eligible to cast ballots, but some analysts say that after 18 years of Putin's leadership - both as president and prime minister - fatigue may be setting in. She was...

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As Russia Votes, Reports of Ballot Stuffing, a Hack

As Russia Votes, Reports of Ballot Stuffing, a Hack

Navalny himself is barred from running due to a conviction he calls politically motivated. According to BBC report, the scale of victory which had been widely predicted was a marked increase in his ...

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Sergei Skripal: Protection for émigrés after spy poisoning

Sergei Skripal: Protection for émigrés after spy poisoning

Earlier on Saturday, Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that 23 diplomatic staff of the UK Embassy in Moscow declared persona non grata are to be expelled from Russia within a week. Eit...

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Putin Wins Fresh Six-Year Term in Russian Election

Putin Wins Fresh Six-Year Term in Russian Election

State-run pollsters predict Putin will take about 70 percent of the vote , with the independent Levada Centre - branded a "foreign agent" - barred from releasing any polls. His supporters and the non...

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Syria: President Bashar Assad visits troops in eastern Ghouta

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Syrian government is now in control of over 80 percent of the area, which has been a rebel stronghold since 2012. They are then transferr...

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TDP moves no-confidence motion in Parliament after Chandrababu Naidu exits NDA

TDP moves no-confidence motion in Parliament after Chandrababu Naidu exits NDA

The party, led by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, will move a no-confidence motion against the government, TDP leader KS Jawahar told ANI. Tyagi. But these 41 include 18 from sulk...

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Sri Lanka lifts emergency as communal tensions lessen

Sri Lanka lifts emergency as communal tensions lessen

In a message, Mr Sirisena said, upon assessing the public safety situation, he has chose to revoke the state of emergency. Sirisena said the security situation has improved, according to AFP . Police...

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Nancy Pelosi's days in leadership are numbered

Nancy Pelosi's days in leadership are numbered

She said she didn't think that had much impact on the race, and she made it clear she didn't take his anti-Pelosi stance personally. "I feel pretty confident about my ability, first and foremost, to...

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Philippine leader calls for abandoning Int'l Criminal Court

Philippine leader calls for abandoning Int'l Criminal Court

Due to what he said was that flaw, Duterte said the global court can never have jurisdiction over him, "not in a million years". "Ang sinabi ko lang withdraw, simply because to announce to the wor...

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'Looks like' Russian Federation to blame for United Kingdom attack

'Looks like' Russian Federation to blame for United Kingdom attack

The apparent unity in the West though comes at a time of friction over Brexit and an unpredictable White House. Polish foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz said: "We are sure that it is the Russian st...

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Russia Says It Will Expel British Diplomats, Decries 'Groundless Anti-Russian Campaign'

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov immediately shot back, saying that bringing up Putin in the context of the case was " shocking and unforgivable in terms of diplomatic behavior". British police sai...

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Russian Federation summons British ambassador as it readies to expel diplomats

Russian Federation summons British ambassador as it readies to expel diplomats

British newspapers on Sunday said the government was looking to pass emergency legislation to make it easier to seize assets in Britain acquired with dirty Russian money. Voters cast ballots from ...

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Theresa May warns of new Russian Federation sanctions as 23 United Kingdom diplomats expelled

Theresa May warns of new Russian Federation sanctions as 23 United Kingdom diplomats expelled

His comment came after a Russian envoy suggested the toxin used to poison the Skripals could have come from a United Kingdom lab. The results should be known in about two weeks, Britain's foreign mini...

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SNL Just Spoofed The Chaotic State Of Trump's White House

SNL Just Spoofed The Chaotic State Of Trump's White House

McCabe and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , as well as other recent events in the Trump White House. Kate McKinnon appeared as Jeff Sessions , and Fred Armisen also reprised his guest spot a...

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Russian presidential elections result to be out tomorrow

Russian presidential elections result to be out tomorrow

After the first known offensive use of a nerve agent in Europe since World War Two, Britain has pointed the finger at President Vladimir Putin and on Thursday May gave the 23 Russians - who she sai...

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Beast from the East Part 2: Your photos

Beast from the East Part 2: Your photos

Temperatures could plummet to lows of -10C overnight across large swathes of the United Kingdom, with bitter wind chill making conditions feel even colder in places. The Met Office said the daytime hi...

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Mini Beast from the East brings eight inches of snow

Mini Beast from the East brings eight inches of snow

The Met Office warnings for snow and ice begin at 3pm on Friday for central Scotland and the north east, and run into all of Saturday where more of England is included. "Snow will turn heavy in plac...

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