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Author: 0 Feuding Donald Trump aides told to end 'palace intrigue'

While he is aligned with other White House aides, including senior Trump policy adviser Stephen Miller , Mr Bannon has faced criticism for the troubled roll-out of the president's executive order on immigration and the failed attempt in March to pass health-care legislation.

Author: 0 Tillerson, Lavrov open tense meeting in Moscow

It has blamed Syrian rebels. Russian President Vladimir Putin immediately showed that he wouldn't back down, saying Russia knew about planned "provocations" to blame Syria's government for using chemical weapons. Before the April 4 chemical attack, the administration appeared resigned to letting Mr. Assad's government, backed by Russian Federation and Iran, continue gaining the upper hand in a six-year-long civil war that has claimed at least 400,000 lives.

Author: 0 No consensus at G-7 on new sanctions against Russian Federation

French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault suggested the question was given little attention by Johnson's counterparts from the United States, Germany, Canada, Italy, France and Japan. US warships fired 59 cruise missiles at the Syrian air base from which the USA believes the attack was launched. The visit also comes amid an FBI investigation into whether Russian Federation potentially colluded with Trump's campaign to influence the USA election.

Author: 0 Kang leads Houston Open golf by three

The 2017 Shell Houston Open, the final event before the PGA Tour's first major of the season, continued Friday with Sung Kang putting on a dazzling display of excellence with a 63 to drop his 36-hole score to 16-under par. Masters. "Unfortunately, there were a couple of spike marks and I hit those and kicked to the right", world No. 202 Kang said of his miss, adding that he "putted great today".

Global Media U.S. officials say Russian inaction enabled Syria chemical attack
Author: 0 U.S. officials say Russian inaction enabled Syria chemical attack

While some Barack Obama allies criticized Trump and defended the former administration's diplomatic approach, others could hardly contain their relief that the USA had taken military action in response to chemical weapons use. Thomas said there has been no Syrian retaliation for the cruise missile attack, which he said destroyed or rendered inoperable more than 20 Syria air force planes.

Global Media Hindu Yuva Vahini outfit to enroll thousands of youths
Author: 0 Hindu Yuva Vahini outfit to enroll thousands of youths

According to information received, they assaulted the boy whose identity we are not disclosing for security reasons and dragged them both to the police station. The boy has, however, accused the volunteers of the outfit of "moral policing". Such activities are unacceptable and the police should take actions against the couple and also the landlord in this case, said Vahini workers.

Author: 0 Chairman of US House Intelligence Committee steps aside from Russian Federation investigation

US Congresswoman Terri Sewell talks at National Park Service ceremony naming Edmund Pettus Bridge a National Historic Landmark on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Selma, Ala. He was close to this president. The list is believed to include members of Trump's presidential campaign and top intelligence officials. Of course the House one has been the one that has been in the most trouble.

Author: 0 Churches in southern Egypt will not celebrate Easter

Many have complained of persecution and discrimination in the past, as the group has been the target of a number of attacks. There were scenes of grief and anguish Monday as mourners wailed during funerals at the sprawling St. However, Megahed el-Zayat, vice chairman of the National Center for Middle East Studies believes the measure is now essential and will give authorities increased powers to achieve security and stability.

Global Media Russia and New Zealand win gold at track cycling worlds
Author: 0 Russia and New Zealand win gold at track cycling worlds

The eight fastest teams advanced to the first round, with the top four teams progressing to what is effectively a semi-final. "I went ever so slightly too soon". Barker could claim a second medal on Thursday. And it was frustration in the men's team sprint as Carlin, Owens and Truman narrowly missed out on a medal ride.

Global Media Two Deadly Blasts Hit Coptic Churches In Egypt
Author: 0 Two Deadly Blasts Hit Coptic Churches In Egypt

President el-Sisi also ordered the deployment of troops to aide police in protecting vital facilities across the country. Get free real-time news alerts from the White House Patch. Moments after the explosion rocked her church, Mona Faiez's phone rang. Both churches were packed with worshipers attending Palm Sunday services.

Global Media Pennsylvania congressman seen as likely pick to be drug czar
Author: 0 Pennsylvania congressman seen as likely pick to be drug czar

Marino was an early supporter of Trump's candidacy, endorsing his run in March 2016. Such a race would garner national attention as Marino was the fifth member of Congress to endorse Trump during the primary previous year. Trump in March. Tom Price of Georgia (now serving as Health and Human Services secretary), Mick Mulvaney of SC (director of the Office of Management and Budget), Mike Pompeo of Kansas (CIA director) and Ryan Zinke of Montana (Interior secretary).

Global Media North Korea warns of nuclear strike if provoked
Author: 0 North Korea warns of nuclear strike if provoked

Lee said the move is a departure from past practices, when it had blocked the entry of outsiders before key anniversaries. President Donald Trump says he tried to persuade China's leader last week to pressure North Korea to stop its nuclear program in exchange for a good trade deal with the U.S.

Author: 0 Putin wants United Nations investigation of Syria attack

In a briefing with reporters Tuesday, officials also accused Russian Federation, a longtime ally of the Syrian government, of engaging in a cover-up about the nature of the attack. The report says the USA relied on "signals intelligence and geospatial intelligence, laboratory analysis of physiological samples collected from multiple victims, as well as a significant body of credible open source reporting".

Author: 0 McCain accuses Russian Federation of cooperating with Syria in chemical attack

Syria denies this and Moscow has instead blamed rebel forces, which it says were storing chemical weapons which were hit in the raids. "What I can tell you is, through the meetings we had all this week, what you saw was a president that was disgusted by what the Assad regime did to those innocent people".

Global Media Arsenal players abused by their own fans after Crystal Palace defeat
Author: 0 Arsenal players abused by their own fans after Crystal Palace defeat

This time they are leaving themselves with too much to do and the form of the two teams do not suggest it is possible. "What we say in the dressing room remains in the dressing room". Some travelling fans told Wenger it was time to go, also singing "you're not fit to wear the shirt" at the players, as Arsenal suffered a convincing loss at relegation-threatened Palace.

Author: 0 Dorset Police pay respects to fallen colleague PC Keith Palmer

The heavily protected route was lined with officers - as many as 5,000 according to some predictions - from every force in the country, as well as ambulance workers and firefighters. In London thousands of officers lined the streets to pay their respects at PC Palmer's funeral this afternoon. Palmer's name has also been added to the National Police Memorial in central London, which honours those killed in the line of duty.

Author: 0 USA media hails Trump after Republican President drops missiles in Syria

President Trump shared a story with Fox Business's Maria Bartiromo in an interview that aired Wednesday morning, and it's a story he says others have been begging to get their hands on. "Headed to Syria", Bartiromo cut in. "I didn't think that was a good sign", Trump said. It was a full day in Palm Beach. Trump said the missiles launch was conducted in response to a chemical attack on civilians in Idlib that killed more than 80 people, including children.

Author: 0 Trump and Xi stick to the script in their first summit

Chinese state media on Saturday cheered the meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping as one that showed the world that confrontation between the two powers was not inevitable. - at least temporarily - to continue cooperating with the worldwide community in looking to blunt North Korea's drive to become a viable nuclear power.

Author: 0 Syria: UK Minister, Russia "responsible by proxy" for civilian deaths

Mr Tillerson said the aim was to deliver stability and ensure that the Syrian people have a say in their own future. G7 ministers meeting Tuesday in the Italian city of Lucca failed to agree on targeted sanctions against the Russian and Syrian military, arguing that an investigation would first have to confirm who in Syria used chemical weapons against civilians in the country last week.

Global Media China's Xi tells Trump 'peaceful resolution' needed on North Korea
Author: 0 China's Xi tells Trump 'peaceful resolution' needed on North Korea

Trump pressed his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to do more on North Korea at a meeting in Florida last week. Mr Trump later told Fox Business Network "we are sending an armada" to the Korean peninsula that was "very powerful", in reference to the deployment of the USS Carl Vinson strike group, which has been deployed to the area.

Author: 0 Main suspect in Stockholm truck attack admits to terrorist crime - lawyer

The man suspected of plowing a truck into a shopping center in Stockholm last week, killing four people, was set to appear in court on Tuesday. The truck traveled for more than 500 yards (meters) along a promenade known as the Drottninggatan and smashed into a crowd outside the Ahlens department store about 3 p.m.

Author: 0 Watzke rallies Dortmund for rearranged tie after bomb drama

An American teenage star player is OK after three explosions rocked the bus for soccer team Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday outside their hotel in what police are calling a deliberate attack. The game has been postponed until Wednesday, which will be played under heavy security, police said. He is said to be suffering from blast trauma and shock.

Global Media South Africa-Zuma Challenge
Author: 0 South Africa-Zuma Challenge

COSATU said it became anxious about Zuma, s leadership after his decision to sack finance minister Pravin Gordhan prompted the rating agency Standard and Poor's to downgrade the country's sovereign credit rating to junk status. After considering the complaint, the ANC decided not to press for Zuma to resign, a party official said. Nomura analyst Peter Attard Montalto said Zuma would survive the showdown talks going on for a second day at the ANC's headquarters, saying although political ...

Global Media Homs governor doesn't believe there are big human casualties at base
Author: 0 Homs governor doesn't believe there are big human casualties at base

A Syrian air base targeted in a USA cruise missile attack is operating again, the governor of Syria's Homs province confirmed on Saturday. The Syrian government has strongly denied launching such an attack. An activist with an opposition air raid warning service said however that the first flight from the base was on Saturday morning. "The reason you don't generally hit runways is that they are easy and low-priced to quickly fix (fill in and top)!", he said.

Global Media Macron's lead narrows in French presidential election: polls
Author: 0 Macron's lead narrows in French presidential election: polls

To channel such discontent away from the populist right of Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron founded a new political party, En Marche! which has emerged as the real contender of Marine Le Pen. He said "I am entitled to the presumption of innocence". Le Pen wants to reinstate France's national borders to prevent potential attackers from entering the country.

Global Media Somalia's army rescues 8 Indian crew held hostage by pirates
Author: 0 Somalia's army rescues 8 Indian crew held hostage by pirates

Mr Ahmed said the newly freed crew members were "safe and healthy". Somalia's military raided the premises where the sailors were being kept as hostages and freed all of them. Two were freed on Monday when the Somali security forces liberated the vessel. The piracy was once a serious threat to the global shipping industry but lessened in recent years after an worldwide effort to patrol near Somalia, whose weak central government has been trying to stabilize the country after 25 years of ...

Author: 0 North Korea condemns US missile attack on Syria

Pacific Command spokesman, told the press. As a candidate and president, Trump has taken an aggressive posture toward China, labeling Beijing a "tremendous problem" and arguing that lopsided trade deals with China shortchange American businesses and workers.

Global Media Death verdict for spy has India seething
Author: 0 Death verdict for spy has India seething

If anything, he is the victim of a plan that seeks to cast aspersions on India to deflect global attention from Pakistan's well-known record of sponsoring and supporting terrorism", Swaraj said. India on Tuesday warned Pakistan of "consequences" for bilateral relations if it executed an alleged Indian spy, as tensions over the issue escalated between the nuclear-armed neighbours.

Author: 0 Xi calls for peaceful end to NK tensions

But Mr Cai said China, South Korea and Japan would all oppose any missile strike on North Korea. China says it is in full compliance with sanctions enacted under U.N. United States officials said at the weekend the carrier group would take more than a week to reach waters near the Korean peninsula. Indeed, Russian territory is right across the border at any rate, which means its unsurprising they are also concerned what the fallout of a hasty U.S.

Global Media Kashmir problem due to India not Pakistan: Congress leader Saifuddin Soz
Author: 0 Kashmir problem due to India not Pakistan: Congress leader Saifuddin Soz

Swaraj said: "There is no evidence of wrongdoing by Shri Jadhav". Jadhav, who was arrested in March past year by Pakistan and accused by the country of spying, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court yesterday. "Whatever is necessary, we will do", she said, adding that Mr. Jadhav was "not only the son of his parents, but is the son of India". "Pakistan has violated every worldwide rule by sentencing Kulbhushan Jadhav".

Global Media An Apology from United and a City of Chicago Probe
Author: 0 An Apology from United and a City of Chicago Probe

The statement came after an initial response from the top executive, which said he was sorry for "re-accomodating" the passenger, was accused of sidestepping responsibility and downplaying the severity of the incident. The results of the review will be communicated to the public on April 30. Dao's "troubled past" has also been exposed, but the suspected smear campaign apparently backfired.

Author: 0 As Advertisers Bail, The O'Reilly Factor Cuts Commercial Load

And so I'm not surprised that he stood up and tried to defend Bill O'Reilly. For the last 20 years, conservative pundit Bill O'Reilly's Fox News television show, "The O'Reilly Factor", has routinely been one of the highest rated shows on cable television.

Author: 0 McCaskill Says She Won't Support Judge Gorsuch

This is in contrast to her Democratic colleagues Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota said they would vote for the Colorado jurist. As Senator Charles Grassley said, "If you'd filibuster Judge Gorsuch, it's obvious you'd filibuster anybody". It's unclear if they will have those votes - of the 10 Senate Democrats who are up for re-election in states Trump won, five have already said they will vote against him.

Author: 0 Ecuador socialist wins presidency, rival alleges fraud

There were reports of small scuffles and clashes in other cities. "Fight!" he told his supporters, well before the first official tallies were released. A Moreno victory would come as a relief for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange after Guillermo Lasso vowed to remove him from the Ecuadorean embassy in London if he won the runoff.

Author: 0 Air strike kills 18 in Syria's Idlib province - Observatory

Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev also said that the USA strikes were one step away from clashes with Russia's military. But Mr. Trump's decision to launch quick strikes raised questions about whether it would give the involved powers pause as they pursue their objectives in a war that seems to have no end in sight.

Author: 0 Trump to NY Times: Susan Rice May Have Committed a Crime

The president did not offer any evidence for his claims. Immediately following this, Mitchell played a "greatest hits" roundup of Comey and other security and intelligence officials denying Trump's claims of wiretapping, as if to delegitimize the Rice situation as just another unfounded tweet.

Global Media Memorial at site of San Bernardino school shooting grows
Author: 0 Memorial at site of San Bernardino school shooting grows

Hong). Classes at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, Calif. have been canceled for the rest of the week following the deadly shooting inside a classroom on Monday. His handgun was not visible when he entered this school, and San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said that it's not uncommon for spouses of employees to visit the school campus.

Author: 0 Russia must choose between Assad and US, Tillerson says

And Putin, who US intelligence agencies say tried to help Trump get elected, insisted that relations with the USA had only gone downhill since Trump took office in January. And Putin, who USA intelligence agencies say tried to help Trump get elected, insisted that relations with the US had only gone downhill since Trump took office in January.

Author: 0 Dim hope for Trump-Russia rapport as Tillerson visits Moscow

Until Monday, U.S. officials had said they weren't sure whether Russian Federation or Syria operated the drone. They say that entails negotiating cease-fires between Assad's government and rebels who have been fighting both IS and Assad. Putin went on to call for the global community to pursue a thorough investigation of the attack and "take appropriate action based on the results of such a probe".

Author: 0 Police assume 'serious devices' rocked Borussia Dortmund team bus

He has had an operation for a broken bone in his hand. Other players are thought to have been unhurt. The match will now be played at Dortmund's Westfalenstadion at 17:45 BST on Wednesday. "However, we expect and I am confident that the team will do its best and deliver a spectacle in the Champions League this evening". The team finished first in Group F with 14 points and advanced to the quarter-finals by defeating Benfica with an aggregate score of 4-1.

Global Media Once opposed to intervention, Trump says he can be flexible
Author: 0 Once opposed to intervention, Trump says he can be flexible

Iranian state television reports that Rouhani warned that the USA missile strike may cause an increase in extremism in the region. The Russian government said today that it will not shoot down further USA missile strikes against Syrian targets; however, they left open the possibility for Syrian anti-aircraft forces to do so.

Global Media ComScore: Netflix continues US market domination
Author: 0 ComScore: Netflix continues US market domination

ComScore noted that Netflix has fallen to second place in terms of home viewing engagement with 28 hours of average viewing time for each home. This alone highlights that while OTT services have yet to replace traditional TV services, they are starting to find their place as a complement to TV services.

Author: 0 Sweden truck attack suspect 'admits crime'

A number of people were killed when a truck was driven into a department store in Sweden's capital, Stockholm . Johan Eriksson said outside the Stockholm District Court on Tuesday that Rakhmat Akilov "acknowledges the terrorist charge and agrees to be arrested".

Global Media Sushma denies seeking help from Tharoor in Jadhav's case
Author: 0 Sushma denies seeking help from Tharoor in Jadhav's case

He is India's son and that India will bring him back at any cost. The BJP strongly reacted sharply and objected to politicising the issue with Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar saying that the Lok Sabha must send a message of solidarity across the border.

Global Media May, Trump agree Russian Federation should break ties with Assad
Author: 0 May, Trump agree Russian Federation should break ties with Assad

That hits Putin where he lives, as he either has to stick to his patently false claim that no chemical weapons attack took place or admit to Russia's failure. Prompted by a chemical weapons attack, the U.S. "Regardless of whether Russia was complicit here or whether they were simply incompetent or whether they got outwitted by the Bashar al-Assad regime", Tillerson told CBS' Face the Nation on Sunday, "you would have to ask the Russians that question".

Global Media USA missile attack on Syria may lead to nuclear war: Russian MP
Author: 0 USA missile attack on Syria may lead to nuclear war: Russian MP

He called the Assad government a main force against terrorism and said it deserved the presumption of innocence in the chemical weapons attack. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran's Hassan Rouhani said in a phone call that aggressive USA actions against Syria were not permissible and violated worldwide law, the Kremlin said on Sunday.