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US President Donald Trump just can't make up his mind

After all, it formed nearly 70 years ago in response to the growing strength of the Soviet Union. And we had a total discussion on this issue today. Bannon has been sidelined in the White House after clashes with Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, and the President's children, including his daughter (and Kushner's wife) Ivanka, all of whom are inclined to be more globally engaged because of their background and their business interests. Read More

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Russia, Syria and Iran warn US against further strikes

He claimed the U.S. and the West were "hand-in-glove with the terrorists". "Our impression is that the West, mainly the United States, is hand-in-glove with the terrorists", Assad said in an interview with Agence France-Presse . In Russia's view, the probe conducted by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons should be widened to include experts from many nations, he said . Read More

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No 'reliable information' on Chechen gay killings

No 'reliable information' on Chechen gay killings

So far the Russian government has not publicly commented on the episode. Member of the Human Rights Council under the President of the Republic Kheda Saratova stated that information about sexual minorities in Chechnya was slander in response to Novaya Gazeta's concern over threats to journalists coming from Chechnya. Read More

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Two cops fired after videos of violent traffic stop surface

The video, shared on Facebook by Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta , shows a second officer pull the man out of his vehicle and roll him onto his stomach. Bongiovanni eventually said he needed to use a Taser on Hollins and handcuff him. Demetrius Hollins was charged with less than an ounce of marijuana, obstruction of a police officer and several traffic citations, including driving with a suspended license, failure to signal and not having proper brake lights nor a license plate. Read More

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Fifth person killed in Venezuela unrest

Fifth person killed in Venezuela unrest

The oil-rich but crisis-shaken South American nation has been convulsed by escalating protests over the last two weeks amid a punishing recession and accusations that Maduro has seized dictatorial powers. Opposition leaders, for their part, responded to the president, stressing that local and regional elections would not be enough to end the protests. Read More

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Flooding concerns continue along area rivers

Flooding concerns continue along area rivers

The Robertson County Sheriff's Office sent out a message Wednesday warning drivers to be aware as they cross the Navasota River. Minor flood conditions were reported in the region. At 8:30 p.m. Monday, the Mississippi River's stage at Cape Girardeau was 34.7 feet. As for the river crossing along OSR near Normangee, we have yet to see our crest, which is expected to be close to major flood stage as early as Thursday midday and possibly through at least Saturday afternoon. Read More

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Airstrike on Syrian town hit by chemical weapons kills 1

Airstrike on Syrian town hit by chemical weapons kills 1

A US missile attack on Friday, April 7, 2017 has caused heavy damage to one of Syria's biggest and most strategic air bases , used to launch warplanes to strike opposition-held areas in central, northern and southern Syria. He had planned to travel to Russia Monday on a trip meant to start fresh dialogue with the Russian government. Johnson says Tillerson will be able to give a "clear and coordinated message to the Russians". Read More

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Best Phoenix spots for National Grilled Cheese Day

Best Phoenix spots for National Grilled Cheese Day

Panini press for 2 to 3 minutes or cast iron grill on both sides until bread is golden brown and cheese has melted. At their baseball park, the Chicago White Sox are selling a 16-inch brisket mac-and-cheese grilled cheese. Butter is the next "B", and a crucial ingredient in grilled cheese building. If traditionalists had to choose fillings, 39 percent would include tomato, 38 percent would include bacon, 32 percent would add ham or pork and 22 percent would add eggs. Read More

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US sought to monitor Trump adviser last summer

While talking about Carter Page - a former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser whom the FBI is investigating for being a Russian agent - McEnany acknowledged that it seems that Page has done work for the Russian government, but countered that there's no way Trump could have known that at the time he named him a top foreign policy adviser. Read More

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Prince George, Princess Charlotte to attend Pippa's wedding

Prince George, Princess Charlotte to attend Pippa's wedding

The littlest royals are about to have huge roles in aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding. Their parents, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, will also attend the high-profile wedding, as well as Prince Harry . While Prince William took his boys' trip to Switzerland, Kate and Pippa traveled to Meribel, France. While some sources say that the Duchess of Cambridge will be in the bridal party, others say that Kate will just do a reading so she doesn't upstage her sister on her big day. Read More

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USA says Syria strike is 'a message to other nations'

USA says Syria strike is 'a message to other nations'

McMaster said, when asked why the Navy strike group Carl Vinson , whose flagship is a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier of that name, will make its way toward the Korean peninsula from Singapore as a show of force . The U.S. president also accepted an invitation from President Xi to visit China later this year. "The US missile strike against Syria is a clear and unforgivable aggression against a sovereign state and we strongly condemn it", EFE news cited a North Korean Foreign Ministry ... Read More

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