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Donald Trump appeared to publicly share his idea to have the US military pay for the border wall , tweeting that America should "Build WALL through M!" The Washington Post reported that, in an infraction with senior aides last week, Trump mentioned how the Defense Department was receiving such a large budget from the spending bill (about $ 700 billion ) and that the Pentagon would be able to fund the project.
  • More than 60 killed in Russian shopping center fire

    More than 60 killed in Russian shopping center fire

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    As well as those killed, 11 injured victims are being treated in hospital, suffering from smoke inhalation. Numerous dead and missing were children. The investigative committee , which looks into high-profile crimes and reports directly to the president, Vladimir Putin , said as many as 35 people could be missing.
  • Kim Jong Un Reportedly on Visit to China

    Kim Jong Un Reportedly on Visit to China

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    Kim is expected to have a summit meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in late April and with President Trump in May. Footage of the arriving train from North Korea appeared similar to the train Kim's father Kim Jong-il used for a trip to China shortly before he died.
  • As Eastern Ghouta empties, Syrians try to spot loved ones

    As Eastern Ghouta empties, Syrians try to spot loved ones

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    Jaish al-Islam is also now negotiating with Russian Federation over the future of the area and the people in it. Military sources told the media that Jeish al-Islam has not accepted the army's demand yet, and the armed forces are preparing to launch an offensive on the city if the terrorists continue to refuse leave the town and pass its control over Damascus.
  • Federal Trade Commission Confirms Facebook Probe

    Federal Trade Commission Confirms Facebook Probe

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    The rare announcement sent Facebook's stock tumbling - at one point Monday morning down more than 6 percent - as the company faced potential new punishment by the US government, including fines that could reach well into the millions of dollars.
  • West Bengal: TMC, BJP compete over Ram Navami celebrations

    West Bengal: TMC, BJP compete over Ram Navami celebrations

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    The Trinamool Congress leadership is of the view that the BJP is trying to polarise Hindu votes in West Bengal to shore up its support base. A Ram Navami rally in West Bengal's Purulia district on Sunday saw several children walking with sharp weapons, defying the directive issued by state child rights panel a few days ago.
  • Traders and pedestrians killed in bomb attack on Somalia hotel

    Traders and pedestrians killed in bomb attack on Somalia hotel

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    Mohamed Hussein told The Associated Press. "We now have established that five people have been killed", the officer said. The injured were rushed to hospitals for treatment, he said. Somali-based al-Qaeda affiliated group al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack on the Internet. Concerns have been high over plans to hand over the country's security to Somalia's own forces as a 21,000-strong African Union force begins a withdrawal that is expected to be complete in 2020.
  • More wet weather on the way… This time its rain

    More wet weather on the way… This time its rain

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    Temperatures this morning will bottom out in the low-mid 50s and climb into the upper 60s by the afternoon. A few showers are possible after 8 PM Monday, but a lot of the activity looks to stay just north of the viewing area. Some thunderstorms are possible as well. Thursday will see a 30 percent chance of showers after 9 a.m. and a 60 percent chance at night with a high of 61 and a low of 46.
  • Donald Trump Scraps Plan to Hire Two Lawyers, Citing Conflicts

    Donald Trump Scraps Plan to Hire Two Lawyers, Citing Conflicts

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    President Donald Trump has said that many lawyers and top law firms want to represent him in the Russian Federation case following a shake-up of his legal team . Dowd's resignation itself came less than two weeks after Trump named him in a tweet and claimed "I am VERY happy with my lawyers". Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been investigating the Trump campaign for months.
  • Austin Bomber Dies After Blowing Himself

    Austin Bomber Dies After Blowing Himself

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    I dont know who this person was that did all of this". Black people in the United States get killed by the police for holding a cell phone in their backyard . The appearance allowed authorities to capture Conditt's license plate. About six hours later, police received a call about another suspicious package at a FedEx facility in southeast Austin.
  • Investigators search Cambridge Analytica's London offices

    Investigators search Cambridge Analytica's London offices

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    Grewal said that the account was suspended because University of Cambridge Psychology Professor Aleksandr Kogan "lied to us and violated our Platform Policies". U.S. lawmakers on Friday asked Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg to come to Congress to explain to explain how the data got into Cambridge Analytica's hands, adding to pressure on the firm, which is under fire from investors and advertisers.
  • Russian spy: Skripal asked Putin if he could return home

    Russian spy: Skripal asked Putin if he could return home

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    Mr Skripal, who remains in a coma along with his daughter Yulia , has been living in the United Kingdom since 2010 after being convicted of selling secrets to British intelligence. On Friday, EU leaders promised an "unprecedented" diplomatic response to the attack after backing UK Prime Minister Theresa May's assertion that Moscow was responsible.
  • Parkland suspect Nikolas Cruz's brother bragged about their popularity, prosecutors say

    Parkland suspect Nikolas Cruz's brother bragged about their popularity, prosecutors say

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    Peterson last month resigned from his post as a Broward County sheriff's deputy after it was revealed that he did not enter the building during Cruz's shooting spree. He did not resist arrest and the report made no mention of any weapons. One report from October 2013 said Lynda Cruz reported that Zachary was trying to break windows in the house and had "refused to go to bed and was banging on the door after being locked out".
  • Two Guernsey athletes out of Commonwealth Games

    Two Guernsey athletes out of Commonwealth Games

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    Apart from the percentage of officials allowed to accompany the team, which is one third of the number of athletes, the IOA president said that the around 20 extra officials were being sent at the cost of the federations. These include the names of some of the top athletes like double Olympic medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar , women wrestlers Babita Kumari, Vinesh Phogat and Pooja Dhanda, men's hockey player Lalit Upadhyay , women's hockey team player Savita, badminton singles specialist ...
  • Parkland victim, UIndy swim recruit would have turned 18 Saturday

    Parkland victim, UIndy swim recruit would have turned 18 Saturday

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    Student's who survived Tuesday's Great Mills High School shooting in the neighboring state of Maryland is also expected to march alongside Parkland survivors. It is something we should not have to learn about. According to WPBF , prosecutor Sarahnell Murphy said numerous same "red flags" related to his older brother can also apply to Cruz.
  • Uhuru travels to commit to Continental Free Trade Area

    Uhuru travels to commit to Continental Free Trade Area

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    Intra-Africa trade stands at about 16 percent of the continent's total, compared with 19 percent in Latin America and 51 percent in Asia, according to the AU. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo stressed the importance of intra-African trade for Africa's economic development. Experts say countries with ports serving landlocked nations fear a loss of revenue.
  • Trump Drops Hint He's Likely to Quit Iran Nuclear Accord

    Trump Drops Hint He's Likely to Quit Iran Nuclear Accord

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    Trump and some of his advisers - including Secretary of State-designate Mike Pompeo - now talk about the meeting as if it is already a major USA breakthrough, when in fact a meeting with Kim is less likely to lead to a nuclear breakthrough than to an empty-handed and embarrassed USA president having to decide what to do when Pyongyang refuses US demands and resumes its nuclear tests.
  • Venezuela Lashes Out at Trump's Petro Ban

    Venezuela Lashes Out at Trump's Petro Ban

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    The Trump administration has alleged that the petro is merely an "attempt to circumvent US sanctions ". The petro , which first went on presale on February 20th, is the world's first state-backed cryptocurrency. The Treasury Department has also sanctioned four current and former officials who played key roles in Maduro's government and political network. Thus the citizens of Venezuela should not suffer much from this ban since Venezuelans are utilizing other cryptocurrencies to escape ...
  • Lockdown lifted after 4th bomb threat at Hernando County school

    Lockdown lifted after 4th bomb threat at Hernando County school

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    Jackson Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a bomb threat to the Jackson Hole Middle School on March 13. The sheriff assured them "we are putting a lot of resources toward finding who did this and holding them accountable", but he said parents can help, "by talking to their children, and if their children know something, they need to let us know because someone could get hurt - and of course, it's impacting students, parents and teachers".
  • FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Severe thunderstorm watch issued for most of Lowcountry

    FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Severe thunderstorm watch issued for most of Lowcountry

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    The area most at risk for Tuesday's storms is heavily populated, with more than 10 million people and major Florida cities such as Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando, Savannah, Georgia; and Charleston, South Carolina. The greatest risk for one-inch hail, damaging wind, cloud-to-ground lightning and standing water will be found between the Triad and Goldsboro, the weather service said.