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Trump Orders Review of Iran Nuclear Deal

The then U.S. administration under president Barack Obama hailed it as a victory for diplomacy over the threat of another new war to disarm a rogue state in an already unstable region. The administration official countered that " Iran's program is ongoing, they continue to enrich uranium, and other regional powers are already considering their options. Read More »

Patriots player crashes White House press briefing


Five of the men cited political reasons for not attending the White House ceremony, while Hightower, who had previously visited with a championship winning Alabama college football team, said: "Been there, done that". It was the team's fifth Super Bowl title since February 2002. The president borrowed a line from Patriots' head coach Bill Belichick to compare the heavy lifting he's trying to do as president to that of winning a Super Bowl. Read More »

Exodus of Corbyn's MPs begins as divided party stares into abyss

The brutal exchanges came as the Commons was asked to give formal approval for Mrs May's decision. Speaking to the Sun, Mrs May revealed a concern that the May 2020 election date stipulated by the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act would leave her vulnerable to pressure from Brussels as she neared the end of the two-year withdrawal negotiations in March 2019. Read More »

Georgia race seen as early Trump test goes to run-off


Ossoff won 48.3% of the votes, more than all the other candidates, but had needed to win 50% for an outright win. Next, she became Georgia secretary of state in 2007, a role in which she carried out the usual Republican attacks on voting before resigning to run for governor in 2010, losing a Republican primary run-off despite Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney endorsements. Read More »

VP Mike Pence Warns North Korea: 'We Will Defeat Any Attack'

The latter has started with his Asian tour this week with a visit to the demilitarised Zone which separates North and South Korea, in which he warned that the US' "era of strategic patience" is over with North Korea. Pence also said the USA would protect freedom of navigation in the South China Sea, the sea lanes vital to global shipping where China has been staking claim to disputed territory. Read More »

Facebook Murder Suspect Takes His Own Life After Police Chase


She told the affiliate that she tried to reach Stephens after the video of the killing surfaced on Facebook, but he didn't answer his phone. When Stephens saw police approaching from behind, he drove off. Almost 48 hours after the shooting death of Robert Godwin Sr., 74, on Easter Sunday, two of his daughters and the killer's ex-girlfriend met for the first time. Read More »

Britain's House of Commons approves snap general election


Britain's Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at a meeting about social care in Birmingham central England Tuesday April 18, 2017.? (Philip Toscano/PA via AP). "The Prime Minister's attempt to dodge scrutiny shows how she holds the public in contempt", said Mr Farron. "It is not part of the Brexit negotiations". Read More »

Three dead as man goes on killing spree in California city

This undated photo provided by the Fresno Police Department shows Kori Ali Muhammad , 39, who was arrested shortly after a shooting rampage outside a Catholic Charities building, in Fresno, Calif, on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. The Bee also cited public records from showing that in the state of Washington Muhammad faced drug and firearms charges, along with reckless endangerment and obstructing an officer. Read More »

Turkey pleased by Trump's approach: President Erdogan

Mehmet Hadimi Yakupoglu, the Republican People's Party's representative to the High Electoral Board, said the party had asked the board to annul Sunday's referendum "because we weren't able to ensure election safety". A prosecutor will now consider whether to press charges against Guven. "The German government takes the report by the OSCE and the Council of Europe very seriously, and we expect Turkey to do so", government spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer told reporters in Berlin. Read More »

USA officials blame Russian inaction for poison gas attack in Syria

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has said Russian Federation is responsible for "every civilian death" in Bashar Assad's chemical weapons attack on his own people. Graham said the Syrian leader intentionally did so to send a signal back to the US commander in chief. The US fired 59 missiles at a Syrian airbase after the alleged attack. Read More »

Pope Francis shakes hands with Bill O'Reilly

On April 1, the New York Times revealed that O'Reilly and Fox paid up to $13 million to settle accusations of sexual harassment or other inappropriate behavior by O'Reilly against five women. weeknights. O'Reilly's allies feel that he has been unfairly demonized by his accusers and a biased news media. O'Reilly is due back on Monday from his two-week vacation to reclaim his air chair but that is no likely to happen. Read More »

US Carrier Strike Group Now Actually Heading to North Korea, Officials Say

The Navy announced on April 9 that its Carl Vinson Strike Group was heading towards the Sea of Japan, a move the White House later cast as a deterrent against North Korea's aggression. North Korea did not refer to the mix-up but said the United States and its allies "should not mess with us". This contradicts earlier announcements by USA authorities that the supercarrier strike group was heading towards the Korean Peninsula amid possibilities of North Korean provocations. Read More »

Bruce Springsteen Protest Song Calls Trump a 'Con Man'

The track is available for purchase on Grushecky's website . Grushecky and Springsteen have a long history together, first collaborating on the 1995 album American Babylon and later on the Pittsburgh rocker's 2009 album East Carson Street . Read More »

O'Reilly's bosses not commenting on reports that he's out


The five women who received settlements either worked for O'Reilly or appeared as guests on his program, according to The New York Times . And in an interview on CBS This Morning last November, she responded to O'Reilly's criticism by noting: "I believe Roger Ailes made the company look bad". Read More »

Moallem: US Aggression on Syria Breach of International Law

Trump has given such criticism short shrift, decrying the "vicious slaughter of innocent civilians with chemical weapons" and calling al-Assad a "butcher" and an "animal". "I think it's probably unlikely", he said. "The Assad government has been responsible for the vast majority of war crimes in the country". "But the end result is what's most important, not just talk". Read More »

United Kingdom parliament votes in favour of early general election

The governing Conservative Party now has a narrow majority of 17 seats in the House of Commons. May became prime minister without winning an election in July a year ago following the resignation of David Cameron after millions of Britons went against his advice and voted to leave the EU. Read More »

Can the U.S. convince China to use their leverage on North Korea?

North Korea's failed missile test on Sunday provides an opportunity for the United States to press for more stringent sanctions and for China to demonstrate its willingness to curb Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions. The alarming movement on the side of North Korea prompted the USA government, under the novice President Donald Trump, to also show force by sending troops near North Korea. Read More »

N.Korea's Kim stages giant show of military strength


As North Korea's only ally, China has come under unprecedented pressure in recent days to use its influence to persuade Kim not to risk conflict with a nuclear test or ballistic missile launch. Other weaponry exhibit during the parade included tanks, multiple rocket launchers and artillery guns, as well as a solid-fuel missile created to be fired from submarines. Read More »

457 visa affect Indian university students Australia

What is the citizenship test? Ms Templeman said she agreed that Australians should have the first pick of Australians job. The visa class - along with the 417 backbacker visa - is heavily relied upon by some businesses in the Murraylands' food processing industry. Read More »

Fox dropping Bill O'Reilly following sexual harassment scandal

The O'Reilly Factor host issued a statement about the verdict by parent company 21st Century Fox to have him leave the network due to a series of sexual harassment accusations . The network has continued to enjoy high ratings despite the exodus of advertisers from O'Reilly's show and a spate of allegations that executives turned a blind eye to sexual misconduct there. Read More »

Semi-final offers Tottenham chance to heal old wounds


The two sides meet in the FA Cup semi-final this weekend with Spurs in the midst of a fantastic run which has seen them win their last seven league games. "Anything else is irrelevant in my eyes". David Luiz says there is a lot of football left to be played and warned Tottenham that Chelsea are "top of the league for a reason". Read More »

General election 2017: which way will you vote?

She told The Sun she made a decision to reverse earlier pledges not to go to the country early because she wanted to be able to go into Brexit negotiations with the "backing of the British people" as her "very clear mandate". The Prime Minister easily cleared the hurdle needed under the Fixed Term Parliament Act to bring the poll forward from the scheduled date of 2020. Following a meeting of the Labour National Executive, attended by Scottish party leader Kezia Dugdale, Mr Corbyn said the ... Read More »