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Author: 0 British woman stabbed to death in Jerusalem named

According to Palestinian figures, within the previous year and a half, more than 270 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli police either during - or immediately after - alleged attacks on Israelis or in clashes with Israeli security forces.

Author: 0 North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at parade

The rockets carried on articulated trailers appeared to be longer than the North's existing KN-08 or KN-14 missiles, analysts said . Military analysts say the missiles could one day be capable of hitting targets as far as the continental United States, although the North has yet to flight test them.

Global Media Activists to use Tax Day to tell Trump: Show us your returns
Author: 0 Activists to use Tax Day to tell Trump: Show us your returns

US President Donald Trump's administration is working on a new tax reform legislation that goes beyond the House of Representatives' tax reform blueprint, according to the latest reports I have received. But Trump's taxes - which a House panel has already voted along party lines against requesting - could be a tougher nut to crack. Organizers said they stuck with the traditional April 15 Tax Day for the marches because as a Saturday it would draw more attendance, even though this year's ...

Author: 0 Four Afghan officials injured in bomb attack at Nangarhar province

Following the attack, US President Donald Trump said that it was a successful job and that he was very proud of his military. A GBU-43B, or massive ordnance air blast (MOAB) weapon. "It was the right time to use it tactically against the right target on the battlefield", Nicholson insisted. "Residents in villages kilometers away from the target area felt Thursday's powerful strike as if bombs had fallen nearby", reports CNN.

Author: 0 Iran's president resisters to run in May elections

Some 863 hopefuls have signed up since registration opened on Tuesday, said Ali-Asghar Ahmadi, head of election headquarters at the Interior Ministry. Rouhani, a politically moderate cleric, inherited an economy in freefall and a country dangerously isolated over its nuclear programme when he took power in 2013.

Author: 0 United States airstrike in Syria mistakenly kills 18 allies

Those who died south of the city of Tabqa on Tuesday were members of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), said the Pentagon. But the target location was in fact where Syrian Democratic Forces were, rather than IS militants. In its own statement, the SDF described the incident as a "painful accident" which was the result of a "mistake". It is not clear which air force was behind the April 11 strike, which hit allied fighters in a "forward position".

Author: 0 Thurrock police officers pay their respects to fallen hero PC Keith Palmer

Among mourners at the cathedral was new London police chief Cressida Dick, on her first day in the role. A service will begin on Monday afternoon at 14:00 BST. Two police helicopters, from the London branch of the national police air service, hovered above the city in tribute. The coffin was then carried into the cathedral to the sounds of the organ.

Author: 0 Ahmadinejad registers for Iran elections against advice of supreme leader

Stunned election officials processed the hardliner's paperwork on Wednesday. Jerusalem Post political analyst Herb Keinon thinks it's unlikely Ahmadinejad will run in May in part because Supreme Leader Ali Ayatollah Khamenei discouraged him last September from pursuing reelection.

Author: 0 'Mother of all bombs' killed 94 ISIS fighters

The spokesman for the provincial governor, Attullah Khogyani, also spoke of "90 Daesh fighters killed". Afghan Defence Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri said no civilians were harmed in the massive blast that targeted a network of caves and tunnels that had been heavily mined.

Author: 0 Trump breaks major campaign promise, won't label China a currency manipulator

He and Chinese President Xi Jinping, on the other hand, have "a very good chemistry", Trump declared. "But actually, it's a very good thing". "I like to think of myself as a very flexible person". Although Trump was highly critical of central bank chief Yellen during the campaign, and indicated he would not nominate her to another four-year term as chair, he backed away from that position.

Author: 0 Russian Federation relations at 'all-time low' after Syria attacks

White House officials say they drew on reports from aid agencies, video evidence, laboratory analysis of samples from victims and classified intelligence to draw that conclusion. "The reality is that more than 300,000 have died, 11 million people have been displaced or become refugees, tens of thousands have been placed in Syrian prisons and a country has been destroyed", Mr Ayrault said.

Author: 0 India, Australia to kick-start deadlocked CECA talks soon

Modi and Turnbull asked the negotiators of India and Australia to schedule an early meeting on the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement. India and Australia on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in combating global terrorism and transnational organised crime - an "overarching security understanding" expected to allow links between law enforcement, border and intelligence agencies of both nations to grow to combat security threats.

Global Media Sergio Garcia gets the Major monkey off his back
Author: 0 Sergio Garcia gets the Major monkey off his back

On the par-5 13th, for instance, Sergio overcame a certain tourney-losing miscue when he had to take a penalty shot from under trees on the pine straw and escaped with an improbable par to match Rose's, and save his tournament . They were on level terms two holes later after Garcia nearly made an albatross at the par-five 15th, his eight-iron second landing inches short of the hole before brushing the pin and trickling 14 feet away, from where he made his eagle putt.

Global Media Round two: Who were the winners of France's presidential debate?
Author: 0 Round two: Who were the winners of France's presidential debate?

Candidates in the French presidential elections aired competing European Union visions in a TV debate on Tuesday (4 April), with far-right leader Marine Le Pen coming under fire. A victory of the Le Pen would likely cause France to exit from the European Union, and since France and Germany are the two most influential countries in the E.U, a Frexit could eventually lead to the dissolution of the European Union.

Author: 0 Liberals introduce plan to legalize recreational marijuana by July 2018

Bill Blair, the Canadian government's point man on legalizing marijuana, speaks during a news conference Thursday in Ottawa. Indeed, there's plenty to look forward to with legalizing marijuana in Canada, and new companies will no doubt be chomping at the bit to get in on the action.

Author: 0 Chelsea's Conte plays down significance of United clash

The Spaniard underwent groin surgery over the March worldwide break that was set to leave him out for a month, with some reports claiming he wouldn't return in time to aid Manchester United's pursuit of Champions League football this season.

Global Media French judges push for Le Pen to be stripped of immunity
Author: 0 French judges push for Le Pen to be stripped of immunity

The poll echoed a raft of surveys this week showing the four top contenders bunching together, creating six possible line-ups in the May 7 run-off of the top two candidates. Le Pen, who has presented the investigation as a plot to derail her presidential bid, shrugged off the move, saying it was "normal". Former prime minister Fillon was revealed in January to have given his wife a suspected fake job as a parliamentary assistant for which she was paid a total 680,000 euros ($725,000) from ...

Author: 0 'Mother of all bombs' has Afghans divided

Yesterday's attack with the "Mother of All Bombs" (MOAB) by USA forces against eastern Afghanistan's Nangarhar Province was done without approval from President Trump, Pentagon officials insist, saying that they believe they didn't need any such approval .

Author: 0 White House decides to keep visitor records secret

The decision will henceforth bar public from learning which lobbyists, activists, political donors and others are gaining access to the president or his aides over the basic day-to-fay workings of the government. One recent visitor to White House grounds recently resulted in a scandal: House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes, who went there last month to view classified information.

Global Media On Good Friday, Pope speaks of shame for Church and humanity
Author: 0 On Good Friday, Pope speaks of shame for Church and humanity

The pontiff opened the most solemn period of the Church's liturgical calendar by celebrating the Chrism Mass on Thursday morning in St. Peter's Basilica. Pope Francis said that at times, "a certain hypocrisy pushes us to see prisoners only as people who have messed up, for whom the only path is prison".

Author: 0 Syria responds to Trump's 'animal' remark for Assad

In a new interview with AFP , Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the United States , "hand-in-glove with the terrorists", "fabricated" the suspected chemical weapons attack that killed at least 87, including many children, in a rebel-held town.

Author: 0 Russian strike kills 18 civilians in Syria's Idlib: monitor

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he sees no reason for retaliation from Russian Federation for USA missile strikes on a Syrian air base. The Syrian regime and its Russian and Iranian backers have vowed to keep up the fight against "terrorists" despite threats of further United States strikes against the regime following the chemical attack.

Global Media There can be no victor if war breaks out: China
Author: 0 There can be no victor if war breaks out: China

The United States a few days ago dispatched what Trump called an "armada" of ships in a show of force, including an aircraft carrier, into waters off the peninsula amid fears that North Korea was preparing another round of nuclear or missile tests.

Global Media North Korea vows to respond to USA aggression with 'nuclear attack'
Author: 0 North Korea vows to respond to USA aggression with 'nuclear attack'

The move, coupled with the USA retaliatory strikes against Syria over a chemical weapons attack on civilians, touched off fear in South Korea that the United States was preparing for military action on the North. officials told The Associated Press on Friday that the Trump administration has settled on a policy that will emphasize on increasing pressure on Pyongyang with the help of China, North Korea's only major ally, instead of military options or trying to overthrow Kim's leadership.

Author: 0 'Right time' to use huge bomb in Afghanistan: US general

Gen Nicholson defended the strike despite many in the war-ravaged country questioning as to why the America used this massive bomb in Afghanistan when it has never been used in Iraq and Syria. The Amaq news agency, which is affiliated to ISIL, denied any militants were killed or wounded. More than 1,900 IS militants, several Afghan security forces and two USA soldiers have been killed in Achin and neighboring districts since 2015, according to Afghan military officials.

Global Media Georgia cop fired for stomping handcuffed Black man in the face
Author: 0 Georgia cop fired for stomping handcuffed Black man in the face

The incident was captured on video by a witness. On Thursday (April 13), a disturbing video of excessive use of force by a Gwinnett County Police Officer surfaced, prompting national outcry from viewers. As Hollins gets out the vehicle with his hands up, the officer punches him in the face. He didn't say much but gave a very brief statement to 11Alive .

Global Media China warns of war as N Korea vows 'merciless' response to US
Author: 0 China warns of war as N Korea vows 'merciless' response to US

North Korea recently test-fired four ballistic missiles and claims it's close to perfecting an intercontinental ballistic missile and nuclear warhead capable of reaching the US mainland. A clearly rattled China, under pressure from Trump to prevent any North Korean provocation, said the situation had reached breaking point. Despite all the displays on Saturday, analysts cautioned against overreaction, noting that North Korea's missile tests have had a checkered record of success, and adding ...

Author: 0 Russia, Iran, Syria Issue Warning Against Another Syria Strike

Mr Assad told AFP that the Syrian government had given up its chemical arsenal in 2013, adding "even if we have them, we wouldn't use them". "They fabricated the whole story". "Let's suppose we have this arsenal and let's suppose that we have the will to use it, why didn't we use it when we were retreating and the terrorists were advancing", Assad said.

Author: 0 Canada Marijuana Legalization Plan Released, Would Legalize for Those 18+

Though some find the bill drastic, a government news release promises a "strict legal framework for the production, sale, distribution and possession of marijuana". Packaging: Packaging: The legislation prohibits labels or packages that could be appealing to youth, that set out an endorsement, that contain any deceptive information, or that depict a person, character or animal.

Author: 0 Afghan death toll from 'mother of all bombs' rises to 94

Our NATO partners and allies can count on US leadership on the world stage again", he said in a statement . Pentagon officials had described it as the "mother of all bombs". "This was the first time that we encountered an extensive obstacle to our progress", he said on Friday of a joint Afghan-US operation that has been targeting IS since March.

Global Media French judges ask for Le Pen's parliamentary immunity to be lifted
Author: 0 French judges ask for Le Pen's parliamentary immunity to be lifted

Macron beating Mr. Melenchon with 55% of the second-round vote, but it said Mr. Melenchon would beat Mr. Fillon and Ms. Le Pen, with the 65 year-old winning 60% in each case. In February, it said it would start docking Le Pen's pay unless she paid back the money. The head of the far-right National Front (FN) and independent centrist Emmanuel Macron have been neck-and-neck for weeks at the head of the pack in voter surveys for the April 23 first round of the vote.

Author: 0 Trump White House drops policy of identifying visitors

Senior White House officials cited privacy and national security concerns for the decision, which they say is in line with what previous administrations have done - except for President Obama's. The Obama administration voluntarily disclosed about 6 million visitor records during the eight years of his presidency. That suit is pending. "It did create more of a façade of transparency rather than complete transparency", a White House official said.

Author: 0 N. Korean official blames Trump for region's 'vicious cycle'

President Donald Trump to respond with a military strike. Abe expressed concern during a parliamentary panel on national security and diplomacy amid looming concern of another missile or nuclear test by North Korea. But they come as a reminder that as tensions build again between the USA and North Korea over Pyongyang's. PYONGYANG: After much secrecy over a "big and important event" which foreign journalists were invited to cover, North Korea on Thursday (Apr 13) opened a new ...

Author: 0 Trump explains why he flipped on Chinese trade promises

In the interview , Trump said he told Xi that the U.S.is concerned about the trade deficit with China, "but you want to make a great deal?" What do you do? On the morning of April 12, President Xi Jinping talked to US President Donald Trump on the phone.

Author: 0 North Korea Can Take Syria Strikes as a Warning, Officials Say

The U.S. removed its nukes from South Korea 25 years ago. "In the long term, United States military actions overseas won't help curb the North's nuclear pursuit", Kim said. After North Korea fired off yet another ballistic missile last week, the State Department issued a terse statement: 'North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile.

Author: 0 Suspected RAW Agents Arrested in PoK By Pakistan Police

On Thursday, Pakistan's top military Generals decided not to make any "compromise" on the death sentence given to Jadhav. "All political parties are unanimous that the award of death penalty after due process and overwhelming evidence to a foreign spy is the correct decision".

Author: 0 Russia: Syrian chemical weapons attack could be 'staged'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the circumstances surrounding the chemical attack in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun that killed more than 80 people were still not clear. The US has not shown evidence that Mr Assad was responsible for the April 4 attack in Idlib, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters yesterday in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, where Mr Putin was attending a collective defence meeting of former Soviet republics.

Author: 0 Blast Hits Syrian Bus Convoy near Aleppo

The deal to evacuate the towns was the latest in a string of such agreements, touted by the government as the best way to end the fighting. A Syrian bus convoy was struck by a blast little while ago on the outskirts of Aleppo while transporting the evacuated residents from two villages.

Global Media Jordan Spieth among favorites to win Masters
Author: 0 Jordan Spieth among favorites to win Masters

Tuesday was a gorgeous afternoon at Augusta National and it was highlighted as the world's best golfers hit the course for what will likely be the only full practice day of the week. I think Rory (McIlroy) did it when he won the Open and the PGA at Bridgestone. "It is one of many tournaments I've lost given a certain performance on a hole or a stretch of holes.

Author: 0 Mata set to miss rest of season after groin surgery

UNITED desperately need to find their killer touch. Chelsea are now English Premier League leaders, and Mourinho is likely to be highly motivated despite two deeply unpleasant experiences on two previous trips to Stamford Bridge this season.

Author: 0 Trump son-in-law Kushner withheld Russian Federation meetings on security form

Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus has been fighting with each other, as has Bannon and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, as has Kellyanne Conway and Ivanka Trump. White House aides told The New York Times that the president hoped this weekend's Mar-a-Lago meeting would help smooth tensions. Administration officials said this was done at the urging of national security adviser HR McMaster, with whom Mr Bannon had clashed.

Global Media White House won't release visitor logs
Author: 0 White House won't release visitor logs

Trump's critics say his decision not to release his tax returns, as well as investigations into potential ties between his campaign associates and Russian Federation, make such disclosures necessary. "There is no national security risk to releasing the visitor logs; we have seven years of almost 6 million Obama visitors that prove no problem". The Trump White House calls it "duplicative".

Author: 0 Afghan tribal elders seek more airstrikes after MOAB strike on ISIS

Provincial governor Ataullah Khogyani said the elders sought further support from the Afghan and worldwide community in the fight against the terror group. The bomb used in the strike is claimed to be the biggest-ever non-nuclear bomb. Since larger numbers of ISIS reported killed have never had a lasting impact on the organization, it appears MOAB accomplished little, except for being high-profile.

Author: 0 British Woman Fatally Stabbed In Jerusalem

The Israeli Embassy in the United Kingdom confirmed the victim was British. The attack took place on a tram close to the Old City, where thousands of Christians from around the world marked Good Friday as Jews marked the week-long Passover holiday.

Author: 0 Everton will know Barkley's future when season ends - Koeman

Like Romelu Lukaku, Barkley's future has been the subject of much speculation in recent months, following his improvement under Koeman. Koeman has been strident in his stance that Barkley, who is a target for Tottenham Hotspur, will be sold if he does not commit to Everton and...

Author: 0 Canada's Government Introduces Bill To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

On Thursday, the Liberal government tabled two bills created to end more than 90 years of prohibition. It would allow people to possess up to 30 grams (one ounce) of dried or fresh cannabis and sets the minimum at 18 years of age , though provinces can set a higher legal age .

Author: 0 Cavs waive Sanders, sign 2 players for postseason

IN will open the postseason against the Cleveland Cavaliers, who lost the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference to the Boston Celtics after the Cavs' defeat by the Toronto Raptors 98-83. Make no mistake: Everyone is chasing Golden State. If the Cavs can get stops against the Pacers, they'll get more opportunities to get out and run, which will help a high-octane offense that averaged 118.3 points against IN in the regular season.