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Women Hold Hands on Westminster Bridge in Tribute to Terror Victims

Met Police officers also revealed it is thought Masood acted alone and the attack lasted 82 seconds. A 75-year-old man is the latest victim of the Westminster Bridge attack. Officers investigating last Wednesday's horror attack said today there is no evidence Masood discussed his planned attack with anyone else - including IS or al-Qaeda - before carrying it out.

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Congress, BJP reacted similarly before 2015 assembly polls: Sisodia

He further said that he will not hold any post in BJP as of now. The move was criticised by the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. "I am resigning as I am unhappy with this unsuccessful government", Prakash added. Prakash said he was feeling "suffocated" in the AAP. "In the last two years, the AAP has proven that we fulfil all our promises", Sisodia said.

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Roger Stone, Carter Page volunteer to talk to House committee

In its place the panel will hold a closed hearing with Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and NSA chief Adm. Mike Rogers, who testified publicly earlier in the week. Though serious questions remain regarding the depth and veracity of the government's claims that Russian Federation interfered in last the 2016 elections and what, if any, coordination members of Trump's team may have played, Schiff argues his committee, under the leadership of Rep.

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Canada expected to legalise cannabis next year

Until that time, however, Canadian police are continuing to enforce marijuana prohibition. NDP leadership candidates criticized Trudeau's marijuana legalization plan during their debate on Sunday, even going so far as to suggest he would not fulfill his promise.

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Raw: Oakland Firefighters Battle 4-Alarm Blaze

They searched the building upon arriving and began rescue efforts. The building on fire is reportedly an apartment building. Days after the warehouse fire, the owner of the building that burned Monday sent an eviction notice to Urojas Community Center, which occupies the first two floors of the building, said James Cook, an attorney for the center.

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Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 14 Injured

One person was killed, Obryan Spikes, 27, and another victim is in extremely critical condition , said Police Chief Eliot Isaac. Police said numerous witnesses fled the scene after the shooting , but they are still searching for club-goers that saw what happened.

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Erdogan says Turkey will review European Union ties after April referendum

Another contentious issue is the death penalty, which the Turkish president said again on Saturday he would approve if it was passed by parliament and brought to him. The negotiation process for Turkey joining the European Union began in 2005, but has been at a standstill for years, and the vote is likely to be a choice between pursuing membership or abandoning the plans to become a part of Europe.

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Pro-Trump beach rally descends into chaos as brawl breaks out

Three people were arrested at the event " on suspicion of illegal use of pepper spray ", reported the Associated Press . A group of Trump supporters appeared to chase a man in a black mask away from the beach. Steele Vaz , 17, was disgusted when he saw masked men pepper-spray and punch event organizer Jennifer Sterling . "I'm not just here in support of Trump, but our vets, military, police officers and emergency responders", said Darlene Savord, an organizer of the event.

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement Challenges Cambridge's 'Sanctuary City' Status

The report specifically names communities that have "had the highest volume of detainers issued" between January 28 and February 3 but that "do not comply with detainers on a routine basis". Big city mayors and immigration activists are pushing back at the administration's attempts to expose and sanction sanctuary cities, while the president is threatening to withhold federal funds to cities that refuse to cooperate.

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Uber's self-driving auto involved in Arizona crash

Automakers and technology companies are pouring billions into developing autonomous driving technology, but there's still a long way to go before self-driving cars can truly be ready to operate with no assistance from human drivers. There was another auto coming from the opposite side, which failed to yield space for the Uber SUV causing it to crash and land on its side. The incident has prompted company executives to ground their fleet of self-driving Volvo XC90s in Arizona while an ...

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Biggest anti-Kremlin rally in years rocks Russian Federation; opposition leader arrested

Police detained Navalny, who has announced plans to run for president in the 2018 election, as he was walking to the protest, putting him in a police minibus. "The whole country is exhausted of corruption on such a scale", 50-year-old Natalia Demidova said. The alleged luxuries include a house for raising ducks, so many placards in Sunday's protests featured mocking images of yellow duck toys.

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Keystone XL Pipeline Permit Granted, How Many Jobs Have Been Created?

Just days after taking office, President Donald Trump ordered the State Department to review the application asking for approval of the Keystone Pipeline and decide if its construction is in the national interest. "We're going to continue to make Keystone XL a political issue and push every elected official to come out against this project if they care about communities, local rights, eminent domain, air, water and climate", Shor, the campaign director for anti-fossil fuel group 350.org, ...

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Male columnist wrong about Planned Parenthood, health clinics

Democrats were unified against it. McSally has said community health centers should take the place of Planned Parenthood, but Richards says they can't possibly absorb all those patients. "I think in many ways it's going to be harder for them to go after Planned Parenthood, not that they won't", he said in a telephone interview. The ACHA will be "the largest step yet" in rescuing people from the damage done by Obamacare, Rep.

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Chinese premier wants to extend free trade with Australia

There was no meat pie but Mr Li was given a good a preview of the game before the Power meet Gold Coast for the first AFL premiership match on Chinese soil in May. 'The only thing that can tip our boat upside down is if North Korea goes insane and then it all goes to poo very quickly, but if we have peace the whole show gets ahead, ' Mr Joyce said at a separate press conference.

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The EU won't "punish" the United Kingdom - but it wants what it's owed

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned the United States that there would be "war in the Balkans" if the EU collapses. "This isn't a punishment or sanctions against the U.K". Asked by the BBC if he felt it signalled a failure, he agreed, adding: "It's a failure and a tragedy". On Brexit, Mr Juncker said: "It is a failure and a tragedy".

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Ukraine: Former Russian lawmaker and Vladimir Putin critic shot dead in Kiev

In a statement on Thursday, Poroshenko, the Ukrainian president, said, "Voronenkov was one of the main witnesses of Russia's aggression against Ukraine and the role of Yanukovych in bringing troops to Ukraine". In the same interview with Radio Free Europe in February, he called Russia's annexation of Crimea a "mistake" and likened the mood and political process in Russian Federation to Nazi Germany.

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US House oversight panel seeks ex-Trump aide Flynn's records

Former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn faced fresh scrutiny on Wednesday when the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee formally requested the White House, FBI, Defense Department and Director of National Intelligence surrender all documents related to his foreign contacts and payments.

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Republican Senator Urges House GOP to Cancel Healthcare Vote

Republicans said the votes would occur Thursday, even as leaders planned near-continuous meetings with dissident and wavering lawmakers. "We're doing well", Trump added. He's still a "no" vote, and says there are enough opponents in the caucus to sink the bill - and perhaps wrangle more concessions. "We have the best opportunity in seven years to repeal this sinking ship of Obamacare".

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US, Israel Talks on Settlement Policy 'Inconclusive,' White House Says

US President Donald Trump, right, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hold a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 15, 2017. The Palestinians want an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem. "If Israel and the Palestinians are happy, then I'm happy with the one they like the best", Trump said.

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Tensions rise in House Intelligence Committee probe

Schiff said he was not opposed to Comey and Rogers coming in for a closed hearing, but was adamant that Yates, Clapper and Brennan appear for open testimony. But he said he has some concerns. The Republican congressman said there was nothing about Russia or the investigation of the Trump team's ties to Russian officials in the reports he saw.

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4 killed in northern Wisconsin town, shooting at law firm

Two people were found with gunshot wounds there. In a statement issued Wednesday Rothschild Police Chief Jeremy Hunt called the incident a "domestic situation". "I thought 'this isn't good, '" Hanson recalled. "I walk out, and there was a cop with a gun drawn on the side of the building, and he was yelling out 'ma'am, ma'am, ' and I looked at him, and I freaked out, and ran back into my apartment", said Brianna Bernarde, who lives in the Aspen Apartments.

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Rick Perry Casts Doubt on Election of Openly Gay Student Body President

Bobby Brooks came in second place in the campus election, but he was declared the victor because his opponent was disqualified on a technicality. McIntosh clinched the popular vote by 750 votes, but was disqualified by the student election commissioner after accusations of voter intimidation surfaced, reported the Battalion .

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Arkansas reconsiders letting guns in stadiums, arenas

Yahoo Sports has reached out to the Arkansas athletic department for comment. "By allowing enhanced permit holders to carry in more places, Gov. Hutchinson has made Arkansas a safer place to live". No colleges chose to allow guns, leading to the state Senate moving to force schools to allow employees to carry and then to this law. None of the schools has opted to do so.

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Book of condolence for Martin McGuiness to open at city hall

He offered a "special appreciation" for First Minister Arlene Foster for her decision to attend the service when her "life had been marked in painful ways by the Troubles". He also struck up a warm relationship with the Queen, whom he praised for her contribution to peace. Books of condolence are also open at the Sinn Féin offices in Dundalk and Drogheda.

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North Korea conducts testing of new rocket engine

Tensions between North Korea and the US escalated amid Pyongyang's missile tests and recent reports of activities in its Punggye-ri nuclear test facility. Last week, Mr Tillerson signalled a tougher strategy and left open the possibility of preemptive military action against the North. But if Pyongyang were to "elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level that we believe requires action, then that option's on the table".