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Ashley Young unsure on Manchester United future


Tottenham will also take heart from their dismantling of Antonio Conte's side in January when they ended Chelsea's 13-match unbeaten run with an impressive 2-0 victory. The Spanish star had a big say on the outcome of the Premier League clash after the midfielder intercepted Nemanja Matic's pass and set free Marcus Rashford for their opener. Read More »

IS fighters killed by United States bomb

It contains 11 tons of explosives. The bomb was test-fired by the Russians in 2007 where the temperature produced by the blast was also twice as high than that in the MOAB. A network of tunnels and caves was destroyed on Thursday evening local time, United States officials said. "This is the right munition to reduce these obstacles and maintain the momentum of our offensive against ISIS-K", he said. Read More »

Brexit plans unaffected by election: European Union

Under Britain's Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, elections are held every five years, but the PM can call a snap election if lawmakers vote for it. He added: "Hopefully, the new election announced today by Prime Minister May can lead to more clarity and predictability in the negotiations with the European Union". Read More »

Ashley Young retains hunger despite Man United doubts


He gave me, from the first day, a lot of confidence and he told me I was going to be an important player for him". "There is always speculation, especially when there is a transfer window and you are not playing". I have fire and hunger in my belly. I want to succeed. Aa for his Old Trafford future, Young - who joined United from Aston Villa in 2011 - said that was as much a matter for Mourinho as it was for him. Read More »

Prince William says shock of mother's death lingers 20 years on

Both royal brothers have spoken out as part of their campaign to raise awareness of mental health challenges and to encourage people to speak openly rather than bottle up their emotions. "There is a lot of shame attached to mental illness , you feel like something is wrong with you", the " Born This Way " singer told William, admitting she has struggled with depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. Read More »

Timeline: Ivanka Trump goes to Washington, and sales surge


But criminal conflict-of-interest law prohibits federal officials, like Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, from participating in government matters that could impact their own financial interest or that of their spouses. Who could forget White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway openly promoting the Ivanka Trump brand on TV, while the White House insignia and American flag flanked both sides of the picture? But to complicate matters further, there are potential conflicts between her ... Read More »

Georgia special election will go to runoff


The "help" he refers to is a robocall he recorded urging Republicans to vote in the special election that lasted for over one minute. Republicans are bidding to prevent a major upset in a conservative Geor. The former Georgia Secretary of State is most infamous for being forced to resign from the Susan G. Komen after seeking to cut funding to Planned Parenthood. Read More »

Trumps welcome 21000 to their first Easter Egg Roll at White House

The first family joined their guests on the South Lawn, as President Donald Trump, along with First Lady Melania , colored with kids as part of some of the day's activities. Trump also took a moment to recognize his wife for her hard work in making their first Easter in the White House a special one. Perhaps the president was already counting up attendance figures for Monday's annual event, which issued invitations to 21,000 people, as one Twitter user suggested. Read More »

Could loose talk (and tweets) cause a war in Korea?


While not publicly defining its plans, the White House has said that all options are on the table to prevent North Korea from acquiring the ability to strike the USA with a nuclear weapon. The show of strength comes amid mounting tension, with a U.S. aircraft carrier group steaming towards the region. The Chinese could develop a new understanding with Kim Jong Un, they could depose him, or take over their country altogether. Read More »

Korea urges Japan to refrain from exacerbating security concerns

Responding to questions during a meeting of the House of Representatives Committee on Audit and Oversight of Administration on April 17, Abe said, "North Korea is flaunting its military strength". "In the past, whenever Japan has made well-intended proposals to North Korea, on issues such as humanitarian support, the response from North Korea has either been mostly non-existent or negative", Abe stated. Read More »

Palestinian hunger strikers' leader in solitary confinement

He was convicted on five counts of murder and one attempted murder, and was implicated in - and held responsible for - four other terror attacks. Strikers have also said they want access to more television channels and compassionate release for disabled prisoners or those sufferings from chronic illnesses. Read More »

Theresa May criticised for ruling out live TV debates

Polls which suggest the Conservatives will gain a stronger footing following the general election, giving the party a mandate to push forward the Brexit agenda, are thought to have provided more certainty for investors. However, Mrs May is able to call an election before then if it is backed by two-thirds of MPs or if there is a no confidence vote in the Government. Read More »

Japan says differences with U.S. on economic talks

His national security adviser HR McMaster said the U.S. would rely on its allies as well as Chinese leadership to resolve the issues with North Korea. "We will not rest and will not relent until we obtain the objective of a denuclearized Korean Peninsula, " he said. For over a decade, Wu led Beijing's mostly fruitless efforts to denuclearise the Korean peninsula under so-called Six Party talks between China, the United States, North and South Korea, Japan and Russian Federation. Read More »

Despite US missile barrage, Syria continues airstrikes against rebels


Syrian warplanes have resumed flights from an airbase targeted in Friday's US cruise missile attack, according to a provincial governor who said the base was operating from what he described as "a first phase". 'We don't see a peaceful Syria with Assad in there, ' US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said. "If this intervention is limited only to an air base, if it does not continue, and if we don't remove the regime from heading Syria, then this would remain a cosmetic ... Read More »

Kashmir University, colleges remain shut after yesterday's violence


In Occupied Kashmir, life remained paralyzed in Pulwama, Kulgam, Kupwara and other areas, on Tuesday, due to shutdown against the Indian forces' brutal actions on protesting students in the territory. Traffic on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway was restored after seven hours as the students ended their protest in Banihal on conflict between students and CRPF which was started this morning. Read More »

Theresa May seeks early election to take United Kingdom through Brexit


The Conservatives now hold a narrow majority in Westminster and May's government have been forced to make a number of concessions recently due to this problem (for them). "It allows her a three year bedding of the terms of Britain's exit". " The country is coming together but Westminster is not ", she said of her decision, announced on April 18. Read More »

North Korea on "Maximum Alert"

At a news conference at the United Nations on Monday, North Korea's permanent representative Ambassador Kim In-ryong, condemned the USA missile strikes in Syria, which targeted an air base after a suspected chemical attack by the government. Read More »

Markesha Wilkerson arrested for violation of probation on gun charge


Cheese location, they swooped in and arrested her. The sheriff's office later released a snippet of video from her alleged 30-minute-long Facebook live event showing her smiling and mugging with the Chuck E. The pick-up order was for violation of probation and failure to appear. Wilkerson's original charge was Improper exhibition of a firearm or risky weapon and attempted battery. Read More »

British MPs set to approve PM May's June 8 election plan

By painting the opposition parties as obstructionists and troublemakers that endanger the future of a post-Brexit Britain, May puts herself on the side of the people. Tusk, who is running the negotiations with Britain, said in Brussels that the election was a Brexit plot twist worthy of Alfred Hitchcock - the late film director known as the master of suspense. Read More »

Turkey referendum: 2.5 million votes may have been manipulated

The UK Foreign Office has noted the OSCE's concern over last weekend's referendum process in Turkey and has urged the country's government to respect its worldwide commitments towards the rule of law and fundamental rights in the implementation of the approved constitutional changes. Read More »

US considers shooting North Korea test missiles out of the sky

Pence's visit came amid increasing tensions and heated rhetoric on the Korean Peninsula. Speaking at an American Chamber of Commerce meeting in Seoul, Pence said , "Our businesses continue to face too many barriers to entry which tilts the playing field against the American workers and American growth". Read More »

Syria bus bomb kills at least 112


Syrian state media put the death toll at 39, including civilians and rebel fighters. "When the explosion happened, I hugged them both and we fell to the floor", she said. A senior rebel official said 20 rebels who guarded the buses were killed as well as dozens of passengers. He spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, according to the Associated Press. Read More »