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Trump, Erdogan to meet in May: Turkey FM

The voters also turned Turkey's parliamentary system into a presidential one. He also weighed in on the conflict with North Korea, as the country's vice foreign minister threatens weekly missile tests and that there would be "all-out war" if the United States took military action in response.

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No criminal conspiracy in Babri demolition: Katiyar

Reopening of Babri Masjid case, a conspiracy against LK Advani from becoming next President of India. Because the cases are two different sets. Now two sets of cases relating to the demolition of the mosque are being heard by courts in Uttar Pradesh.

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No 'lal batti' cars from May 1, Pema discards red beacons

The notification in this regard will be issued soon, he said, adding that the decision is a democratic one. The government has taken this step to eliminate the lal batti culture now prevailing in the country. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, while briefing the media about the cabinet decisions, said the matter was under discussion for some time and "the prime minister took the decision and informed the cabinet".

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Indonesia capital votes for governor after divisive campaign

Baswedan has denied he plans to implement Islamic sharia law in Jakarta if elected. More than 7.1 million people are eligible to vote, and large numbers of police and military have been put on standby in the city in case of violence. As deputy Jakarta governor in 2014, Ahok inherited the governorship from Joko Widodo who won the presidential election that year. It was Purnama who ordered the evictions from Luar Batang's slums to make way for one of his many infrastructure projects ...

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Republicans keep Kansas House seat in special election

It's fair to say they should at least be very anxious about what Tuesday's results underscore for their party's popularity right now, even among their core voters. "This is a district that's been reliably Republican". She said she believed his victory meant "people are holding onto the president's message". David Carron, a 50-year-old Republican from Belle Plaine, showed up to vote in his Army uniform.

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Brighton & Hove Albion Clinch Automatic Promotion to the Premier League

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live after the match, manager Chris Hughton hailed his side's determination to make amends for last season. " It's a wonderful achievement and there's so many people that I'm absolutely delighted for, certainly the chairman ", said Hughton.

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Cleveland police widen manhunt for Facebook murder suspect

Police said they had received "dozens and dozens" of tips about the possible location of the suspect, Steve Stephens , and tried to convince him to turn himself in when they spoke with him on his mobile phone on Sunday after the shooting.

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Pence visits Japan, turning focus to trade with key ally

On Monday, Mr Pence travelled to the tense Demilitarised Zone dividing North and South Korea, where he warned North Korea's leaders that after years of testing the United States and South Korea with its nuclear ambitions, "the era of strategic patience is over".

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Trump Signs Law That Allows States to Defund Abortion Providers

Holt concluded that the law " reverses a rule that was finalized" shortly before President Obama left office. "Prioritizing funding away from Planned Parenthood to comprehensive health care alternatives is a winning issue", said Dannenfelser.

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North Korea flaunts long-range missiles in massive parade

The failed launch came a day after tens of thousands of North Korean soldiers goose-stepped and new missiles and other military hardware were wheeled out in a show of military strength and defiance during a celebratory parade in the capital of Pyongyang.

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Most Americans don't trust President Trump

Trump keeps his promises, but now only 45 percent think he does, the poll found. An Economist/YouGov poll found that just 50 or 51 percent of US adults said Trump was either a "very strong" or "somewhat strong" leader in a question about leadership qualities, dramatically down from the 61 percent he polled at soon after his inauguration.

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Two Detroit cops wounded by shotgun blast, one critical

The other was shot in the arm and is expected to be released from the hospital. Both officers were rushed to the hospital, where the officer who was shot is in critical condition. Redd says his son didn't know police had been called and was still shaken up from an attempted break-in last week. "Right after the shot, he called 911", Redd said.

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Hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jail begin hunger strike

The Palestinian Prisoners Club put the number at 1,500. Inspired by imprisoned Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti , up to 2,000 Palestinian prisoners have reportedly gone on a hunger strike, demanding improved prison conditions, including visits, medical treatment, and education.

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Canadian Defence Minister begins week-long visit to India

Rejecting Canada's defence of Harjit Singh Sajjan, Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh today said he stood by his principled stand of not associating himself with any "Khalistani sympathizer". It also said Canada greatly values its relationship with the people and the government of Punjab, and looks forward to further advancing it. "Harjit Sajjan is a Khalistani sympathiser and so was his father", the Chief Minister alleged during a programme in a private TV channel.

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Courts weighing whether Arkansas executions can happen

They've argued that Ward has a lifelong history of severe mental illness and that Davis has an IQ in the range of intellectual disability. Two other drug makers on Thursday asked a federal court to block Arkansas from using their drugs for upcoming executions, claiming that doing so would violate contractual controls and create a public health risk, court documents showed.

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About 100 Kashmir students hurt in clash with Indian troops

Students of the S P College in Srinagar blocked the Maulana Azad Road on Monday as police used tear smoke in a bid to clear it. Girls from a women's college in Srinagar also joined the protests as police battled hard to bring the situation under control.

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Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sees no threat from US

In remarks to the media following his registration, Raisi said he believed the Iranian economy should be insulated from fluctuations in the global economy, a position that is reminiscent of Khamenei's recent calls for return to a "resistance economy" based on national development at the expense of re-engagement with foreign and Western markets.

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Syrian deal to evacuate tens of thousands of people begins

According to reports, some 20 areas across the war-torn country remain under siege by Assad regime forces. Madaya and Zabadani are the latest in a constellation of towns once held by the opposition around Damascus to submit to government rule.

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Assad allies say US attack on Syria air base crosses 'red lines'

Gen. H.R. McMaster on Sunday backed the USA missile attack on Syria last week, saying "we're prepared to do more", even as Russian officials hint that current USA strategy could mean war. "They're two sides of the same coin". On Sunday, he will make his first network television interview appearances. Johnson said Britain called on Russian Federation to do everything possible to bring about a "political settlement in Syria".

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Suspect arrested in August killing of jogger Vanessa Marcotte

The man is said to have driven a dark SUV that would have been in the vicinity of the murder that day and would have likely had scratches on his arms, hands and face. Early says more charges are expected. Police told at the time that the DNA evidence allowed them to develop a profile for a suspect in the case. Unable to find a piece of paper, Early said the trooper wrote down the vehicle's license plate number on his hand.

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BJP adopts Look East policy at National Executive meet

The political objective behind this strategy is that it will have an overbearing impact on the anti-incumbency sentiment against Naveen Patnaik's 17-year rule. "Now when we are in the land of Lord Jagannath, we firmly believe that BJP will win here too", Prasad said. Meanwhile, Modi fever has gripped the city with major road junctions bearing cut-outs of the prime minister and party president.

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1.2 millon watch birth

April - waited for April!" Saturday's birth should alleviate those criticisms. The new addition's six-foot-fall to the ground was a normal occurerence, keepers said. Check out April and her babyhere. April's popularity led to a sponsorship from Toys "R" Us, which has long featured the fictional "Geoffrey the Giraffe" as its mascot.

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Nationwide 'Tax March' protests seek release of Trump tax returns

Anna Eshoo, a Democrat from California, which would require the president and all major-party nominees to publicly disclose their previous three years of tax returns with the Office of Government Ethics or the Federal Election Commission. Organizers of the Tax March, in honor of Tax Day coming up on April 18, hope the almost 150 scheduled protests will encourage the president to release his tax returns.

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World's oldest person dies at age 117

Her doctor, Carlo Bava, said he had called her caretaker, only to be told that she had passed away on Saturday afternoon while sitting in an armchair at her home in Verbania on the shores of Lake Maggiore. "She forgets nothing", Yamile Vergara, her nurse for over 40 years, said at the time. "'Either you agree to marry me or I will kill you'", Ms Morano said, recalling his proposal.

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Gunman posted about 'angel' wife before killing her in classroom

An elderly woman hands flowers to a police officer to honor the shooting victims at North Park Elementary School Monday, April 10, 2017, in San Bernardino , Calif. When she broke free, she had bruises on both arms, the document read. "She decided she needed to leave him". Yet, Anderson may have been dropping weird hints on Facebook.