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Author: 0 Zuma to be absent from Kathadra funeral

Former presidents Thabo Mbeki and Kgalema Motlanthe also attended the funeral service along with nearly the entire cabinet of President Zuma, including Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. In 1982, he was moved to Pollsmoor prison on the mainland, from where he was freed in 1989. They were sentenced to life in prison, at hard labor. Affectionately known as "Uncle Kathy", the liberation struggle stalwart who spent 26 years in prison under the apartheid government, was an open critic of Zuma.

Author: 0 Ousted S Korean President Park Geun-hye faces prosecutors

While the interrogation is expected to last several hours and likely to go past midnight, the questioning will not be recorded in any form as Park's party and her attorneys have refused to allow it. Park's leadership had begun to ebb well before, when she faced public anger over her handling of the 2014 Sewol ferry sinking that killed more than 300 people, mostly school children.

Global Media House GOP lawmaker: Senate should run Russia probe
Author: 0 House GOP lawmaker: Senate should run Russia probe

He also disclosed that he had reviewed the evidence in a secure location at the White House and briefed President Trump on the findings before informing the committee Democrats. Mr. Nunes revealed last week that he had information that US intelligence agencies had intercepted communications of Mr. Trump's staff during the period between Election Day and Mr.

Author: 0 Nikki Haley Is Unmatched Favorite At AIPAC Conference

The leaders spoke of working closely on Israel, including their leading tours of Israel for House freshmen, sponsored by the American Israel Education Foundation, an Aipac affiliate. nuclear deal. "The number one issue for them is to stop Israeli settlement activity". There is skepticism in the United States and Middle East over the chances for restarting Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy.

Author: 0 After Health Care Loss, Republicans Regroup for Round Two

Republicans are focused on trying to come together after a major setback last week to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act - and they aren't entirely ready to move on. It came after a rare Republican conference meeting Monday that excluded members' staff. Republicans said they spoke to each other bluntly in the meeting with "a lot of angst and a lot of unhappiness" much of it aimed at the House Freedom Caucus, said caucus member Rep.

Global Media Israeli teen arrested in connection with threats to Jewish community centers
Author: 0 Israeli teen arrested in connection with threats to Jewish community centers

Israel's anti-fraud squad arrested Kaydar at his home in southern Israel and searched the premises on Thursday. While the suspect's motive is still unknown, his father was also detained for questioning. According to Israeli press reports he was ordered to remain under police arrest for another eight days. The letter, sent by the JCC Association of North America, the national organization of Jewish community centers, requested a meeting with Sessions and urged the Justice Department to ...

Global Media State lawmakers propose gas tax, registration fee hikes to fix roads
Author: 0 State lawmakers propose gas tax, registration fee hikes to fix roads

The 10-year plan would boost the gasoline excise tax by 12 cents a gallon along with higher registration fees and a $100 charge on emission-free vehicles. Republican critics are expected to roll out their own social media campaign to oppose the package. Republicans condemned the plan, saying transportation taxes and fees were already among the highest in the country.

Global Media McConnell: Full Senate vote on Gorsuch on April 7
Author: 0 McConnell: Full Senate vote on Gorsuch on April 7

Currently, Republicans only hold 52 seats in the Senate. "Judge Gorsuch as you know is extraordinary well qualified". Though a handful of Republican veterans in the Senate - like Alaska Sen. Five other Democrats from Republican-leaning, Trump states such as North Dakota, West Virginia and Montana have not said how they will vote. The nine-justice high court has operated with only eight members for more than a year after conservative justice Antonin Scalia died in the middle of the USA ...

Global Media NRP seeking Canada wide warrant for St. Catharines fugitive
Author: 0 NRP seeking Canada wide warrant for St. Catharines fugitive

Police believe the woman was deliberately targeted, and the attack was neither the result of a domestic dispute nor a robbery gone bad. Officers found Keijer sitting alone inside the 2009 Pontiac Montana van police allege he fled in after stabbing a bank employee on Friday.

Author: 0 US House Speaker backs intelligence panel chair in Russian Federation probe

On Thursday, O'Neil met with attorneys at the Justice Department to discuss - among other things - whether Yates was barred from testifying about certain details of those discussions. Swalwell said he asked Nunes to meet with all committee members to diffuse the situation. Nunes has canceled the panel's entire schedule this week.

Global Media There's 'No Turning Back' On Brexit As Britain's Departure Letter Is Delivered
Author: 0 There's 'No Turning Back' On Brexit As Britain's Departure Letter Is Delivered

May made clear in a six-page Brexit letter sent to European Council President Donald Tusk that her government believed it was necessary to agree the terms of Britain's future partnership with the EU "alongside" the withdrawal. In her letter to the EU, May hinted strongly that security cooperation would be at stake if a deal was not reached. As I have said before, that decision was no rejection of the values we share as fellow Europeans.

Global Media Egypt, Saudi leaders meet in sign of thaw
Author: 0 Egypt, Saudi leaders meet in sign of thaw

The monarch said Israel continues expanding settlements and is destroying prospects for peace. DEBKAfile reported earlier in the day that the Jordanian authorities did not disclose the exact location of the gathering due to concern over the possibility of a terrorist attack.

Author: 0 Iraqi forces battle toward landmark Mosul mosque

Speaking from Iraq, Lt General Townsend, said: 'My initial assessment is that we probably had a role in these casualties. Now, here's what I don't know. He said: "My initial assessment is that we probably had a role in these casualties". The offensive to retake the entire city began October 17, led by Iraqi forces and aided by the Kurdish Peshmerga, a Shiite-led militia and the US -led global coalition.

Global Media European Union will 'never accept a hard border', senior official says
Author: 0 European Union will 'never accept a hard border', senior official says

After the May Day holiday, Barnier is expected to go back to council with his recommendations for how negotiations should be structured, seeking the governments' approval. Mr Kerr added neither side had the upper hand in Brexit talks: "If the United Kingdom wants to hang on to the advantages of the European Union after it leaves without paying a price, it will have the weaker hand, because that just isn't an option".

Global Media GOP finger-pointing clouds path for Trump agenda
Author: 0 GOP finger-pointing clouds path for Trump agenda

Before the American Health Care Act vote was pulled Friday, several Republicans had already questioned whether the tax cuts could be pushed through if their health bill didn't get enough votes, Bloomberg writes. Although Trump is the least ideological president in memory, the love-hate reaction he engenders reinforces the polarization Barack Obama left behind.

Global Media Rivals Paris and London announce joint business plan
Author: 0 Rivals Paris and London announce joint business plan

French officials predict up to 60,000 jobs - half from the financial sector and half from other British-based industries - could move to Paris following Brexit . The UK says that visitors to London and Paris spend in excess of 34 billion euros (R483 billion) a year. The "Paris-London business welcome programme" will help startups jointly domicile in both cities, in additon to support for entrepreneurs, including aid in access to working space and the local tech ecosystem, as well as ...

Author: 0 Did Putin put out a contract on a Russian whistleblower and critic?

The suspect was wounded and taken to a hospital where he later died, Kiev police Chief Andriy Krischenko said . Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says it is "a matter of honor" to successfully investigate the killing of former Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov in Kyiv.

Author: 0 Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed for resisting police

Russian police say about 500 people were arrested in the protests, but a human rights group published a list of detainees containing more than 1,000 names. The European Union urged Russian Federation to release the demonstrators "without delay" and expressed concern that police action had "prevented the exercise of basic freedoms of expression, association and peaceful assembly".

Global Media Odd-looking Ronaldo bust steals the show at airport ceremony
Author: 0 Odd-looking Ronaldo bust steals the show at airport ceremony

The Aeroporto da Madeira in Ronaldo's home town of Funchal was named after the Portugal global in a ceremony on Wednesday, with a bronze bust of the 32-year-old unveiled. The 32-year-old Ronaldo is a local hero in Madeira, where he is seen as a rags-to-riches success. Petitions were started for and against the change.

Author: 0 Interior secretary: Border wall 'complex,' faces geographic challenges

I think you're seeing more border security, more border guards, more equipment, more technology that's reduced it. Numerous retirees who live there want to keep it that way, reports CBS News correspondent David Begnaud. "I know that we're all going to make a deal on health care". The border is already dotted with underground sensors and camera towers, along with about 700 miles of fencing in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, and it's unclear how much new fencing the Trump ...

Author: 0 Tens of thousands in London protest Britain's EU departure

Leaders of the 27 member states signed Rome Declaration at a meeting on the Capitoline Hill, where the six original states signed the Treaty of Rome on 25 March 1957. Those in favour are impatient for Brexit talks to begin and accuse Prime Minister Theresa May of playing for time since the June referendum. Organisers said in a statement: "We will not be intimidated".

Author: 0 Israeli police kill Palestinian woman who tried to stab them

The woman was identified as Siham Ratib Nimr, from East Jerusalem and Israeli police said she attempted to stab soldiers with a pair of scissors. "I didn't see a knife, all I saw was that she tripped and grabbed the police barrier and was shot two times", Mummad Shalodi, a witness at the scene, told Al Jazeera.

Author: 0 Commander says USA may have played role in Mosul deaths

Amnesty International said Tuesday that a recent spike in civilian casualties indicates the USA military is not taking adequate precautions, and that another strike in Mosul on Saturday may have killed up to 150 civilians. "I would stack the USA military up next to anybody in their concern to avoid collateral damage and to prevent humanitarian tragedies". A number of high-profile reports of civilian casualties in recent weeks have elicited new scrutiny of USA airstrikes, including one ...

Global Media Nunes Won't Leave Russia Probe; Ryan Says No Need To
Author: 0 Nunes Won't Leave Russia Probe; Ryan Says No Need To

Weeks later, word of that warning leaked to the press - and Flynn promptly resigned. The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee says he's not stepping down during the panel's investigation into Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 election.

Global Media After Debate, Macron Secures Leadership to French Elections
Author: 0 After Debate, Macron Secures Leadership to French Elections

Le Pen cast the former Rothschild banker Macron - who has campaigned as "neither of the left or the right" - as trying to be all things to all voters. Socialist candidate Benoît Hamon came in last. Melenchon said that efforts to control migration were "small nets with holes inside" and that "we should treat [migrants] as we would like to be treated if we were in their countries".

Global Media United Kingdom government digs in heels as Scottish lawmakers vote for second referendum
Author: 0 United Kingdom government digs in heels as Scottish lawmakers vote for second referendum

The U.K. government repeated May's mantra that now is the time to pull together rather than take separate paths. "I hope the United Kingdom government will respect the will of this parliament". However the United Kingdom government, which has said "now is not the time" for a referendum as the United Kingdom negotiates Brexit for two years, immediately hardened its stand, raising the prospect of more delays, potentially taking a referendum beyond the next Scottish election in 2021.

Author: 0 Christie mum on bridge lane-closure sentences

Trump convened an emotional roundtable Wednesday with Christie, members of his Cabinet, law enforcement chiefs, recovering addicts and advocates. He listened intently as others shared their stories about addiction and recovery. He was also sentenced to 500 hours of community service. The news is telling: It suggests that despite Trump's promises on the campaign trail, he won't, based on his planned budget and other actions, spend more on drug treatment to deal with the opioid crisis.

Author: 0 Chris Christie to lead White House's opioid addiction commission

No other disease do we say to folks, no, no, no, you don't deserve treatment, that somehow it's a moral failing. After his White House bid fizzled early in 2016, Christie became one of the staunchest supporters of his former rival, Donald Trump, who went on to win the presidency.

Author: 0 Park Geun-hye: South Korea's Impeached President Now Mired in Dog Row

South Korean prosecutors told former leader Park Geun-hye to appear for questioning next week as a criminal suspect in an influence-peddling scandal that cost her the presidency. The signs read " A group that loves the president". The group, along with the Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth (Care), claimed she had abandoned her pets, and both organisations offered to find new homes for the dogs.

Global Media Pound falls as May to trigger Brexit process
Author: 0 Pound falls as May to trigger Brexit process

The Pound Sterling surged to a 7-week peak versus the US Dollar, gaining almost 1% after President Trump's healthcare bill was withdrawn from Congress. "We continue to express a cautious view on the Eurozone as they deal with both Brexit and their own domestic political concerns which, coupled with a new-found hawkishness at the European Central Bank, should see wider spreads and a weaker currency".

Author: 0 South Korean rescuers find presumed remains of Sewol ferry disaster victim

Officials said the ferry, now attached to two salvage ships near where it sank, will be returned to Shin Port around April 4, depending on weather conditions. Families of victims still missing in the 2014 ferry disaster watch the recovery work on the vessel on Tuesday. Divers wrapped up their search in November 2014, and since then a handful of relatives set up home at Paengmok, a port an hour away from the accident site.

Author: 0 South Africa's Gordhan returns, says "let's wait and see" on sacking

President Zuma and Gordham have been at loggerheads over economic policy over recent months. The rand fell two percent against the dollar in volatile trade, extending losses seen on Monday after Zuma ordered Gordhan's immediate return from a trip to Britain, rattling investors who see the minister as a focus of stability.

Author: 0 Oklahoma police officer dies after traffic-stop shooting

According to police, Officer Justin Terney pulled over a vehicle at about 11:30 Tecumseh , 35 miles southeast of Oklahoma City. Brooklyn Williams was the woman driving the auto with Byron Shepard just before Shepard shot and killed Tecumseh Police Officer Justin Terney.

Author: 0 Goodwin: Failed Health Care Bill Proof Bipartisanship Is Dead

The regular House GOP weekly meeting ran unusually long and lawmakers kicked staff out so they could vent properly after Friday's demoralizing setback. "Coming out of that conference I have more confidence that we will get it done ", McCarthy said. The White House and Congress have now signaled their intention to tackle tax reform.

Author: 0 Engineers set to to enter IS-held parts of Syria dam

United States-backed Syrian militias said they temporarily halted military operations near the hydroelectric Tabqa Dam on the Euphrates River yesterday to allow government engineers access to carry out work. The coalition said the dam had not been structurally damaged, to its knowledge, and that it has not targeted the dam. The evacuation was planned to take place on Saturday, but no reason was given for the delay.

Global Media Ivanka Trump to become official White House employee
Author: 0 Ivanka Trump to become official White House employee

Nunes told CNN on Monday that he went to the White House grounds because the intelligence information was not available to Congress. Not only that but the Russians' knowledge about what Flynn had said left him open to blackmail, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned.

Global Media Angry Jose Mourinho slams global friendlies after England injuries
Author: 0 Angry Jose Mourinho slams global friendlies after England injuries

Jose Mourinho has revealed that Manchester United will be without five first-team players for the visit of West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. Defenders Marcos Rojo, Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind are all understood to have come through their midweek worldwide matches unscathed.

Author: 0 Eden Hazard to be offered record-breaking £300000-a-week deal

Chelsea ace Eden Hazard says that his kids are "very settled in London", amid talk that he could leave for Real Madrid in a £100m deal later this year. The Belgium playmaker has been rejuvenated under head coach Antonio Conte as the Blues have taken a 10-point lead with 10 Premier League games to go.

Global Media EU commissioner calls on Hungary to comply with asylum rules
Author: 0 EU commissioner calls on Hungary to comply with asylum rules

Laszlo Palkovics said Wednesday that the government will back an global agreement with the United States needed by the Central European University to continue its activities, and does not want the CEU, founded in 1991, to leave Hungary. -Hungarian relationship, and it enjoys strong bipartisan support in the U.S. Government. "The Central European University is accredited in the United States and Hungary, and it has employed and educated thousands of Hungarians".

Author: 0 Babri criminal case adjourned, Supreme Court wants no more bulk

The court was hearing BJP leader Subramanian Swamy's plea for constituting a bench to hear a batch of petitions challenging a 2010 Allahabad High Court order on the matter. "We encourage negotiations and mediations, even pre-litigation mediation and post-litigation mediation", Chaudhary, who is Minister of State for Law and Justice, said.

Author: 0 Carrie Lam elected Hong Kong's first female leader

There were 31 abstentions. The career civil servant and former top administrator is known as "Beijing's favourite", while her main opponent, Hong Kong's former finance secretary John Tsang, was more popular among citizens during the campaign.

Global Media Fundraising effort underway for victims of London attack
Author: 0 Fundraising effort underway for victims of London attack

She also shared that Cochran's wife, Melissa, was injured in the attack but is expected to recover. He said: "So many people have been so kind and we are deeply touched by their goodness and generosity". Mike Murphy, owner of Murphy's Guitars, speaks to reporters about Kurt W. Cochran and his wife, Melissa Cochran on Thursday, March 23, 2017 , in Bountiful, Utah.

Global Media Schumer Announces 'No' Vote on Gorsuch, Signals Possible Filibuster
Author: 0 Schumer Announces 'No' Vote on Gorsuch, Signals Possible Filibuster

Schumer will certainly find support inBernie Sanders, who opposes Gorsuch for the Supreme Court - and isn't shy about it. White House spokesman Sean Spicer called Schumer's remarks "truly disappointing" and urged him to abandon the filibuster threat, saying it was the type of partisanship Americans have grown exhausted of.

Global Media Representatives from sanctuary cities convene as US Attorney General threatens funding
Author: 0 Representatives from sanctuary cities convene as US Attorney General threatens funding

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned governments in places like Sacramento, Calif., and Miami Monday that the Justice Department will punish sanctuary communities that do not cooperate with federal immigration laws. The Immigrant Legal Resource Center echoed those positions in a paper published past year. The message is a furtherance of Trump's campaign promise to "defund" sanctuary cities by taking away their federal funding.

Global Media Shots fired on US Capitol grounds
Author: 0 Shots fired on US Capitol grounds

During fair weather lawmakers often walk outside and cross Independence Avenue from the Rayburn building as they head to the Capitol, and the area on the corner of the Washington Mall is often crowded with tourists. The incident came a week after five people were killed and about 40 injured in London when a auto plowed into pedestrians near Britain's parliament and the suspected Islamist-inspired attacker stabbed a police officer.

Author: 0 Arab leaders set to oppose Trump ME policy shifts

Pence's assumption of AIPAC support of Trump came amid the lobby's endeavor to restore its reputation as a bastion of bipartisan support for Israel. GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan, rather than urging that the deal be terminated, told AIPAC that the US must "vigorously enforce" the deal and "tighten the screws on Iranian compliance".

Global Media Chelsea Clinton kills the rumors:
Author: 0 Chelsea Clinton kills the rumors: "I am not running"

Recently Clinton, heir apparent to her parents' political dynasty, sat down with Variety to put the persistent rumor of her eventual run for office to rest . Note that she says "if something changes"- by 2020, women will be required to shovel 500 pounds of coal into the mouth of a sea otter before they can get an abortion, so it's a safe bet something will have changed.

Global Media Officer shot in Independence, Missouri
Author: 0 Officer shot in Independence, Missouri

Authorities said officers interrupted a burglary and the suspect or suspects took off. Centerpoint Medical Center said in a statement the Independence police officer survived surgery Wednesday and is in critical condition. Crookham said officers surrounded a garage and fired at least seven shots into the garage and then pulled out two suspects. The injured officer was rushed away in an ambulance.