Death toll of clashes in Libya's capital rises to 254

24 Apr, 2019

Tripoli's Mitiga International Airport reopened to flights after several hours, airport authorities said on Facebook. Libya is split between rival governments in the east and west. Haftar launched an offensive on April 4 against Tripoli , where the UN-recognized GNA is based. Both sides claimed progress in southern Tripoli , but no more details were immediately available.


Easter Bombings Leave Hundreds Of Christians In Mourning

24 Apr, 2019

The Tamil Tigers were among the first groups to deploy suicide bombers . Two more blasts were reported in the afternoon. Meanwhile, three suicide bombers that allegedly set off explosive devices in two hotels and a church were reportedly identified as Mohamed Azzam Mohamed, Zahran Hashim and Abu Mohammed, according to the media.


Mueller report details actions by Trump to obstruct probe

23 Apr, 2019

The investigators said they viewed Trump's written responses "to be inadequate". It also concluded, as Barr announced last month, that Trump and his campaign had not engaged in a criminal conspiracy with Russian Federation during the election.


Boy, 5, Thrown from Mall Balcony 'Showing Real Signs of Recovery'

22 Apr, 2019

It says that results have been "positive", and they're gaining "more reason for optimism day by day". "Just know that we all feel your overwhelming love, prayers and support", the update reads. Aranda remained silent as he lifted the boy up over the balcony, "without warning", and threw him down to the first floor, according to the charging documents.


Barr deepens critics' concerns in handling of Mueller report

21 Apr, 2019

And it says Trump had been agitated by the investigation from the start, reporting that he reacted to Mueller's appointment by saying it was the "end of his presidency". But Mueller did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government, and he made no conclusion on the question of whether the president obstructed justice.


Seoul official says he’ll push for North Korea temple stay program

21 Apr, 2019

North Korean officials called for a "more careful and mature " negotiator , accusing Pompeo of failing to understand North Korea's position and causing denuclearization talks to become "entangled". "It is also important to note that if the "new type tactical guided weapons " which North Korea announced today is a cruise missile , then this has nothing to do with sanctions , because the current United Nations sanctions are aimed at ballistic missiles".


Nancy Pelosi Mocks AOC's Wing of Democratic Party, Says Just 'Five People'

20 Apr, 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said socialism is "not the view" of the Democratic Party. "You have these wings- AOC, and her group on one side", Stahl said. "For far too long we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and, frankly, I'm exhausted of it, and every single Muslim in this country should be exhausted of it", Omar said at CAIR in California last March.


Strong storms again threatening the South

18 Apr, 2019

The main threat for any severe storms in the afternoon will be for very large hail (1.5"+) or a brief tornado ". Hail, however, will remain possible with any of the stronger storms. Louisiana and MS will be at risk Thursday morning, with the storms moving on Thursday afternoon through the evening into Alabama and Georgia. The weather service says there will be an enhanced risk of storms including twisters from the Louisiana Gulf Coast as far north as northern MS and Alabama.


ECI temporarily bars Yogi Adityanath, Mayawati from campaigning

17 Apr, 2019

In doing so, the Election Commission invoked Sections 123 and 125 of the Representation of People's Act, 1951 which penalise the promotion of communal and caste differences for electoral gains. But the Congress has taken issue with such assertions, in particular, pointing to leaked government data that showed unemployment rose to its highest level in at least 45 years in 2017/18.


Google suspends access to app in country after Madras HC order

17 Apr, 2019

Orders Google , Apple To Remove TikTok; What About Existing Users Of TikTok? ", 5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings. The Madras High Court had earlier banned fresh downloads of TikTok and the Supreme Court too refused to stay the ban.


Sydney Monfries Death: Fordham Student Dies After Fall From Clock Tower

16 Apr, 2019

The university said they will confer a bachelor's degree upon Sydney posthumously, which will present to her parents at the appropriate time . Sydney Paige Monfries, 22, from Portland, Oregon, fell from a bell tower as she attempted to take photos of the NY skyline.


‘If I were Boeing, would rebrand plane’: Trump on 737 Max crisis

16 Apr, 2019

Trump took to Twitter in the early hours of this morning to offer his advice to Boeing on how to revive the 737 Max brand. American explained on its website that not all flights previously scheduled on a Max would be cancelled, because the airline plans to substitute other aircraft for some flights.


Julian Assange's Lawyers Vow to Fight His Extradition to the United States

14 Apr, 2019

Assange was arrested on Thursday by British police after spending seven years holed inside the embassy. Mr Assange spent nearly seven years in the embassy in London where he sought political asylum in 2012 when he failed in his legal battle against extradition to Sweden.


Ecuadorian minister claims Julian Assange 'smeared poo over embassy walls'

14 Apr, 2019

But Swedish prosecutors say they are now re-examining the 47-year-old's case at the request of the lawyer acting for the alleged rape victim. Two British judges previous year agreed to block the extradition of accused hacker Lauri Love to the USA, on the grounds it would be "oppressive", in a ruling hailed a "landmark judgement".


Boeing cuts MAX 8 production by 19%

12 Apr, 2019

Total orders, an indication of future demand, fell to 95 aircraft in the first quarter from 180 a year earlier, suggesting a wait-and-watch approach for airlines as Boeing rides out the worst crisis in its history. It is still unclear when the MAX jets will fly again, with global regulators including China saying they would join a U.S. Federal Aviation Administration panel to review the aircraft's safety.


Woman Learns Eye Irritation Is Really BEES LIVING IN HER EYE!!!

12 Apr, 2019

The woman, identified by the surname He, said she thinks the insects blew into her eye while visiting a relative's grave. They come from a large family of bees known as Halictidae, and are most commonly found in Northern America. Dr Hung had first suspected inflammation of the cornea, but upon inspection under a microscope, saw the insects' wriggling legs. We know it doesn't seem that way at first look, but Dr.


Trump removes secret service director in agency’s ‘near-systematic purge’

09 Apr, 2019

Nielsen and Trump met over the weekend at the White House, and Trump later announced she should resign as head of the agency, which oversees the Secret Service. The Associated Press reported that Nielsen had been frustrated with the difficulty of getting other departments to help to deal with the growing number of families crossing the border.


Kirstjen Nielsen Out As DHS Secretary

08 Apr, 2019

The people say she has been frustrated by difficulty getting other departments to help with the growing number of families coming crossing the border. The Wall Street Journal reported in November that Trump had chose to replace Nielsen. Recently, the President has spoken several times about the idea of shutting down the southern border entirely.


Donald Trump Drops ICE Nominee: 'We're Going in a Tougher Direction'

08 Apr, 2019

For years, Trump's solution to illegal immigration was to build a wall on the border, which he originally said Mexico would pay for. Numbers of migrants and asylum seekers fleeing violence in Central America have risen sharply, although there are enormous political divides on whether this constitutes the "national emergency" that Trump has declared.


Libya talks to go ahead despite new fighting: United Nations envoy

07 Apr, 2019

Both statements echoed earlier words from United Nations Secretary General António Guterres that "there is no military solution". Russian Federation also called for restraint, saying Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov told Haftar in a phone call that Moscow continues to insist on a political solution to "disputed issues" in Libya.


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be expelled 'within hours or days'

06 Apr, 2019

A senior Ecuadorian official insists that the government has not made a decision on Assange yet, and Associated Press picked up on a statement from their foreign ministry saying they won't comment on "rumors, theories or conjectures". Mr Moreno accused WikiLeaks of intercepting phone calls and private conversations as well as "photos of my bedroom, what I eat, and how my wife and daughters and friends dance".


EU Official Says No-Deal Brexit Becoming More Likely

05 Apr, 2019

The question of how to retain seamless cross-border trade has been a major hurdle in efforts to ensure the United Kingdom quits the bloc in an orderly fashion. "That is a complex challenge and we always said it would be". Therefore it was "a question of violence or no violence and here we naturally want to make a contribution", Merkel said.


House Democrats Take First Official Step Toward Obtaining the Mueller Report

05 Apr, 2019

The grassroots organisation's rally is in response to Attorney General William Barr delay in releasing the Mueller report. Barr issued a four-page summary March 24 of the Mueller report and its investigation into allegations the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the election in Trump's favor.


Britain facing long Brexit delay as stalemate puts divorce in doubt

05 Apr, 2019

Stefan Auer, associate professor in European Studies at The University of Hong Kong, said he is "sceptical" of Theresa May's call for another short extension to Brexit in order to prevent no deal on April 12. The divorce was due to have taken place March 29, but Parliament thrice refused to agree to the terms that May spent two years negotiating with the bloc, and has failed to come up with an alternative plan.


US, Turkey tell each other to choose: North Atlantic Treaty Organisation or not

05 Apr, 2019

At his Senate Armed Services Committee nomination hearing to lead U.S. European Command, Air Force Gen. Tod Wolters called the co-location of the F-35 and the S-400 "absolutely unsustainable". U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Turkey of "devastating" consequences if it attacks Syria. "This is not a choice for us", he said. Turkey has continued to maintain that it has the right under global law to defend against national security threats including any potential danger posed in ...


Trump waiting on possible border closure

04 Apr, 2019

Not only do parts come into the USA from Mexico, but 37 per cent of United States parts are exported to Mexico, said Kristin Dziczek, vice president of industry, labour and economics at the Centre for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


DHS sending 750 more agents to U.S.-Mexico border over 'influx'

04 Apr, 2019

On Saturday Trump said in a tweet that he was prepared to shut border crossings to force Mexico to halt the flood of migrants fleeing poverty and violence in Central America. On Monday night, Nielsen rushed home from Europe, where she was attending G7 security meetings, to oversee the response to what administration officials are calling a dire emergency at the southern border.


Slain SC college student died from multiple sharp force injuries

03 Apr, 2019

Police searched for the auto Josephson had gotten into and around 3 a.m. Saturday a Columbia officer saw the Impala and stopped the vehicle, Holbrook said. "Don't ever forget her name". Marci added. "He should never be given the right to walk free again for what he did to my daughter, or given the opportunity to hurt anybody else".


Whistleblower: White House reversed security clearance denials

03 Apr, 2019

It's about the security clearances and who can get them at the White House, who has been able to get them. "I would not be doing a service to myself, my country, or my children if I sat back knowing that the issues that we have could impact national security", Newbold told the committee.


Trump's Battle With 'Obamacare' Moves To The Courts

02 Apr, 2019

Republicans generally agree that the health care law has serious flaws, but they realize getting rid of it while Democrats control the House would leave a vacuum in place of protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions, insurance subsidies and expanded Medicaid, according to The Hill.



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