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Turkey warns France over offer of support for Syrian Kurdish militia

Ankara said that Turkey would conduct a military operation similar to the one conducted in other regions in northern Syria if the requirement is ignored. An unidentified number of French troops will be deployed "very quickly", Macron assured the Rojava delegation, according to a Kurdish representative who attended the meeting. Read More »

West Indies delay squad announcement for Pakistan tour


The reason for the team's coming in two separate groups has been stated that the seats for all players and officials of the team in one flight were not available. Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin last appeared in 2016, and allrounder Rayad Emrit, whose T20 against New Zealand in January was his first cap since 2007, was back. Read More »

Death toll on Gaza-Israel border rises to six


The first day of protest, on March 30, marks Land Day, which commemorates the killing of six protesters by Israeli security forces during demonstrations over land confiscation in 1976. Previous protests near the border fence in recent months have turned deadly, with Israeli soldiers firing live bullets at Palestinians burning tires, throwing stones or hurling firebombs. Read More »

20 killed in fire on bus of factory workers in Thailand


Police said the bus was leaving Tak province to take workers to factories in industrial zones near Bangkok. It occurred in a western province along the border with Myanmar, and reports say the workers were from there. Last week, 18 people died when a bus veered off the road and smashed into a tree in the north-east of the country. Thailand has the second-highest rate of traffic fatalities in the world after Libya, according to World Health Organization statistics. Read More »

The Easter Bunny Might Get A Bit Wet This Long Weekend


Friday. If that's your day, put out your garbage, organics and recycling on Saturday by 7 a.m. Curbside collection will take place as usual on Easter Monday. Now Easter is always the first Sunday following the first full moon after the Spring equinox, meaning that it will always fall between March 22 and April 25. Read More »

Pension reform bill changing system for future teachers heads to governor's desk


Five republicans opposed the bill. But the bill still drew the ire of hundreds of teachers protesting in the Capitol, with many chanting they would vote lawmakers out of office in November. And the new, almost 300-page Senate Bill 151 passed both the state House and Senate Thursday to the chagrin of teachers and retirees who crammed into the Capitol. Read More »

FBI Should Investigate Jared Kushner Leaks yo Saudi Crown Prince, Democrats Demand


General says time isn't "right" for space corps Dem Iraq War vets renew AUMF push on 15th anniversary of war MORE (Ariz.) all signed the letter . FBI pressed to open investigation into whether White House adviser leaked classified information to Saudi prince . Bin Salman denied reports that when he and Kushner - who is also Donald Trump's son-in-law - met in Riyadh in October, he had sought or received a greenlight from Kushner for the massive crackdown on alleged corruption which led ... Read More »

Army Injures Seven Palestinians In Gaza


The protest, entitled "Return March" or "March of Return", will begin on March 30, when six Arab citizens of Israel were killed at the hands Israeli forces in 1976. On Wednesday, Israel announced a week-long closure of the West Bank's Judea and Samaria region, as well as the Gaza Strip, citing the " current situation " as a reason. Read More »

2 officers to face no charges


Louisiana's attorney general announced on Tuesday that two police officers will not face any charges in the 2016 shooting death of an African-American man in the southern USA state, which sparked widespread protests. She questioned why authorities didn't immediately release footage from the body cameras worn by the two officers. Earlier in the day, Louisiana's attorney general ruled out criminal charges against the officers in the July 2016 death of Alton Sterling. Read More »

Mauricio Pochettino won't rule Harry Kane out of Chelsea v Spurs clash


However, the Argentine manager insists that the rehabilitation process has gone as planned and the player is now expected to be back soon. Mauricio Pochettino yesterday refused to rule Kane out of the visit to Stamford Bridge even though the Spurs manager had indicated that the England worldwide would not return to training until next month at the earliest. Read More »

On eve of rally, Israel threatens to kill Hamas leaders


Earlier this week, three Gaza Palestinians carrying knives and grenades were captured near the Tzeelim army base in southern Israel, about 12 miles from the border. Palestinians erected five main camp areas along the Israel border for the protest, from Erez in the north to Rafah near the Egyptian border in the south. Read More »

Trump attorney discussed Flynn, Manafort pardons


And the New York Times , which broke the story , also reported Wednesday that Dowd posed the idea to former national security adviser Michael Flynn's lawyer. "Period", he stated. "As far as I know, no discussions". Manafort has pleaded not guilty to all the charges and has said that he doesn't want a pardon from Trump because he doesn't think he did anything wrong. Read More »

Trump talks to Pentagon about funding border wall


The United States is testing prototype sections of a 9m high wall to be built along sections of the United States southern border to halt migrants and smugglers. Around US$1.6 billion, what Trump calls a "down payment", will be dedicated to building the wall under the trillion-dollar spending package. "Building a great Border Wall, with drugs (poison) and enemy combatants pouring into our Country, is all about National Defense". Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn ally Christine Shawcroft quits over anti-Semitism case

Labour's John Mann, who chairs the All-Party Parliamentary Group against anti-Semitism, sought more than half a day to debate the issue with the original schedule suggesting it is in line to last for approximately three hours. When do you give Easter eggs and when should you eat hot cross buns? "Had I seen this image, I would not have requested that the decision to suspend him be re-considered". Read More »

Kapil Sibal Bought Company From Money Laundering Accused, Alleges Smriti Irani


Referring to the allegations made by data firm Cambridge Analytica's employee, that the company's services are believed to have been hired by Congress , Irani said, "If you look at the Indian Penal Code, you'll find certain sections talk about punishing people who try to create differences between classes, castes or communities, deliberately". Read More »

President Trump speaks in Ohio

Trump did not clarify how holding back the deal would help the USA during talks with North Korea. Trump said Democrats don't want to work with him on infrastructure because they don't want to give him any additional "wins" after his tax bill passed in December. Read More »

Owls return 10 letterwinners for its varsity baseball team


When Bureau Valley boys basketball coach Jason Marquis first broached the subject of assistant Jason Smith taking over for the season as Marquis's daughter underwent cancer treatments, there was no hesitation on Smith's part. He struck out James Romero for the first out, then induced a 5-2-3 double play to get out of an inning that seemed certain to produce more than just two runs. Read More »

President Trump Friendly Send-off for 'Hopie' Hicks


Donald Trump and Hope Hicks outside the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 29, 2018 . "There are no words to adequately express my gratitude to President Trump ", Hicks said in a statement to Us Weekly at the time. Read More »

Oakland Mayor Proud She Tipped off Immigrants About ICE Raid


These groups allege that ICE agents congregated at food trucks in Napa and reportedly joked about who would be arrested next and conducted several arrests by racially profiling people who walked into a convenience store in Merced County. They include people convicted of carrying a loaded firearm and selling drugs, and another suspected of transporting cocaine and having sex with a minor. Read More »

Russian Federation orders 60 United States diplomats to leave the country


Russia's expulsion of 60 United States diplomats and shuttering of one of its consulates marks a "further deterioration" in relations between Washington and Moscow, the White House said on Thursday. She said the Western research into the class of nerve agent, known as Novichok, was reflected in numerous open-source documents of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members. Read More »

Woman dies in hospital following crash in Mangere yesterday


A man at the scene was also treated for shock. One witness said the woman was first tended to by members of the public while lying among bricks and broken wood. Pedestrians filmed the aftermath of the accident which happened near a building site. He told the East London Advertiser: "One woman was out cold underneath the bricks and another woman next to her was screaming hysterically for an ambulance and looking up into the heavens". Read More »

Trump administration wants social media information from anyone entering US


The proposals are part of a broader effort by the Trump administration to implement "extreme vetting" on immigration, the department said. Under the proposal, applicants for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas would be required to disclose "identifiers" they have used on various social media platforms in the previous five years, in addition to old telephone numbers and email addresses. Read More »

Egyptian expat killed in missile attack on Saudi capital Riyadh


Yemen has been embroiled in a devastating conflict between the Saudi-backed government and rebels over the past three years. Prince Mohammed said Saudi Arabia was working to uphold United Nations principles which he said meant " not interfering in the affairs of other countries ", an apparent reference to Iran's support for the Huthis. Read More »

The Press is collecting memories of Martin Luther King Jr


The award was alleged to be part of the King's family activities marking the Black History Month. A former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has castigated the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari over the denial by the King Centre that it gave any award to Buhari. Read More »

Sisi wins second term with 92pc of vote


According to Al-Ahram, some 25 million Egyptians out of almost 60 million eligible voters have cast their votes in the three-day election concluded on Wednesday. Moussa further added that the Egyptian people are the actual victor in the election, stressing his willingness to cooperate with Sisi in his next four-year term. Read More »