• Pussy Riot slams Putin re-election at Mexico show

    Pussy Riot slams Putin re-election at Mexico show

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    Speaking to reporters Sunday, Putin gave his most detailed public comments on the case, saying , "It's complete nonsense to imagine that anyone in Russian Federation could resort to such tricks ahead of the presidential elections and World Cup".
  • Russian social media mocks the United Kingdom in wake of nerve-agent attack

    Russian social media mocks the United Kingdom in wake of nerve-agent attack

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    And it also said it would halt the activities of the British Council in Russian Federation in a tough series of retaliatory measures announced after summoning British ambassador Laurie Bristow. Russia decided the British diplomats must leave Moscow within a week, its foreign ministry said on Saturday, after a meeting with Britain's ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow.
  • Dovizioso sets pace in Qatar

    Dovizioso sets pace in Qatar

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    The fight was neck and neck on the final lap; Baldassarri made his move into the secondlast corner and briefly took the lead, only for Bagnaia to grab it straight back and holding the advantage to the line. He added: "It s a very good way to start the season". In the Moto2 class, Khairul Idham Pawi of Idemitsu Honda Team Asia settled for 25th place with a time of 2:02.433s during qualifying, while Malaysia's Moto2 rookie, Zulfahmi Khairuddin of SIC Racing Team, finished last with his ...
  • Israeli Military Destroys Two Hamas Terror Tunnels In Gaza

    Israeli Military Destroys Two Hamas Terror Tunnels In Gaza

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    However, later on Sunday in a phone call, a second IDF spokesperson refused to repeat the statement that Hamas militants had recently operated in the tunnel. The incident was the latest in a fresh wave of violence in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Israel, sparked by U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on December 6.
  • US, N.Korean representatives to meet in Finland unofficially

    US, N.Korean representatives to meet in Finland unofficially

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    His response triggered a race to set a credible agenda for what would be historic talks between the two leaders. In a phone conversation with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last Friday, Moon was said to have agreed with Abe that a trilateral summit should be held at the earliest possible date, and that Moon ought to personally visit Japan soon, according to the Blue House.
  • Missing teen from Pennsylvania found safe in Mexico

    Missing teen from Pennsylvania found safe in Mexico

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    Esterly was placed into custody by Mexican authorities. "They will be escorted back to the United States to Miami Florida by Homeland Security Investigations agents and United States Marshall Service deputies". When the alarming pattern was detected in February, Esterly was barred from school grounds and a series of disagreements allegedly arose between Yu's mother, Esterly and his wife.
  • Ukrainian Police Block Access to Russian Embassies and Consulates During Election

    Ukrainian Police Block Access to Russian Embassies and Consulates During Election

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    The Ukrainian government prevented Russians living in Ukraine from voting in the Russian presidential election on March 18 due to Moscow's decision to allow voting to take place in Crimea. The European Union has supported the territorial integrity of Ukraine, once again reminding Russian Federation of the illegality of the annexation of Crimea and violations of worldwide law and human rights in the occupied peninsula.
  • Patrick's Day Parade kicks off in NY

    Patrick's Day Parade kicks off in NY

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    The parade itself starts at 11 a.m. and typically lasts for almost six hours, taking an estimated 150,000 marchers on a 1.4 mile route past Central Park, St. About 30 minutes later, a herd of Texas longhorn cattle, surrounded by four horsemen in front and three behind them, began the parade down Exchange Avenue.
  • Stenson on top but Tiger on prowl at Bay Hill

    Stenson on top but Tiger on prowl at Bay Hill

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    Fowler immediately slipped back with a long-range three-putt bogey at the 13th, with Stenson edging back ahead with a close-range gain on the par-five 12th. A year later, Stenson was tied for the lead on the back nine until dropping two shots and tying for third. Also competing are Rory McIlroy , Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama , Bubba Watson, Jason Day and Rickie Fowler .
  • Former England cricket star Kevin Pietersen appears to retire

    Former England cricket star Kevin Pietersen appears to retire

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    Quetta Gladiators' star batsman Kevin Pietersen has apologised to his fans for not travelling to Pakistan for the knockout games of the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL). Pietersen's returns in the tournament were underwhelming as Quetta finished fourth in the table to earn themselves a play-off berth - he made 7 from six balls against Islamabad United in that final innings, and managed just one half-century in eight innings all told - albeit an explosive 52 from 34 balls against Karachi ...
  • Corbyn hits back at poison stance criticism

    Corbyn hits back at poison stance criticism

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    While the UK, US, France and Germany issued a joint statement yesterday condemning Russian Federation... The Labour leader has been given security briefings on the incident, but the spokesman said the Government may have more information.
  • Trump Signs Taiwan Travel Act, Earns Rap from Beijing

    Trump Signs Taiwan Travel Act, Earns Rap from Beijing

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    After President Trump's approval of the Taiwan Travel Act March 16, the Office of the President released an official statement expressing gratitude for all of the support shown by US Congress and President Trump to the people of Taiwan. In a statement, the ministry said that China urges the US to handle Taiwan-related issues cautiously to avoid causing serious harm to Sino-US ties and peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait region.
  • China's new VP could be problematic for CPC

    China's new VP could be problematic for CPC

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    Jinping is also elected as the head of the powerful Central Military Commission, the apex command of the Chinese military. Wang's elevation today is regarded as yet another step to change the rules followed by CPC as now he would continue in power despite crossing the retirement age.