• Orlando nightclub shooting: Emotional testimony in trial of Omar Mateen's widow
Orlando nightclub shooting: Emotional testimony in trial of Omar Mateen's widow

Cell phone records show he arrived at Pulse about a half hour before shooting began. "There was no concept of any time for me". Salman faces up to life in prison. She said Salman was "not Mateen's partner, she was not his peer and she certainly was not his confidante". In the days leading up to the attack, Mateen asked his wife, according to Mand...

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  • Barack Obama reveals bracket for NCAA Tournament, picks Michigan State
Barack Obama reveals bracket for NCAA Tournament, picks Michigan State

The round of 64 starts Thursday, and no one likes late entries into the office pool, even the Oval Office. Then he has Michigan State topping Villanova in the national semifinals and Virginia, the tournament's top seed, for the national championship.

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  • Johnson Claims it Was Likely Putin's Decision to Direct Alleged Skripal Attack
Johnson Claims it Was Likely Putin's Decision to Direct Alleged Skripal Attack

Putin's announcement comes hours after leaders of the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Germany slammed the Russian government for its role behind the illegal assassination plot; labeling the attack "abhorrent" to the global community.

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  • Australian lawyers file to prosecute Suu Kyi for crimes against humanity
Australian lawyers file to prosecute Suu Kyi for crimes against humanity

The Rohingya people are effectively stateless and are denied citizenship in Myanmar. Mr Turnbull is due to sit down with Ms Suu Kyi for bilateral talks on Monday. crimes of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity". He was placed under house arrest but did not face trial. As well, a universal jurisdiction prosecution requires the consent o...

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  • Turkey Says It Has Laid Siege To Afrin In Syria
Turkey Says It Has Laid Siege To Afrin In Syria

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday that Turkey-U.S. relations was at the point of breakup, stressing that Washington should fulfil its promises. This is the first medical evacuation from the area since pro-government forces began their operation against the besieged opposition-held enclave last month.

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning crisis
Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning crisis

Britain's diplomatic row with Russian Federation shows no sign of abating as the Foreign Office said it will "consider next steps" after 23 United Kingdom diplomats were today booted out by the Kremlin. The announcement from Russian Federation comes after British Prime Minster Theresa May said it was "highly likely" that Moscow was responsible f...

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  • Small plane crashes outside Philippine capital, killing 10
Small plane crashes outside Philippine capital, killing 10

TV footage showed parts of the plane wreckage and the shattered walls of the house at the still-smoldering crash site. At least six people were confirmed dead in the accident, said Senior Supt. Rescuers are checking if there were other casualties in the burning house. Officials declined to say what may have caused the crash of the plane, operat...

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  • Russian Federation foreign ministry says it will expel 23 British diplomats
Russian Federation foreign ministry says it will expel 23 British diplomats

The British ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow was this morning summoned to the Kremlin for the second time this week to be told of the retaliatory action taken by Russian authorities. "We will always do what is necessary to defend ourselves", the ambassador told reporters, according to Reuters. Russian elections are due to take place on Sunday,...

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  • Pakistan NSA In Kabul For Talks With Ghani
Pakistan NSA In Kabul For Talks With Ghani

The United States has not yet seen Pakistan take significant steps to clamp down on the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani network militant groups, a senior USA administration official said on Friday. They welcomed that the participants of the meeting recognised the Kabul Process as a forum and vehicle under the leadership of the Afghan government to...

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  • Shriya Saran Marries Russian Boyfriend Andrei Koscheev In A Private Ceremony
Shriya Saran Marries Russian Boyfriend Andrei Koscheev In A Private Ceremony

Andrei, who is born in Saint Petersburg, Russia is a national level Tennis player along with his brother. They have been dating each other for quite a long time and finally took the big step to get married to each other. Trade analyst Ramesh Bala has also confirmed this news with a tweet. Earlier, there were reports that this marriage would be in...

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  • Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in retaliatory move
Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in retaliatory move

In response, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov called the accusation " shocking and unforgivable ". "As soon as we get the facts straight, if we agree with them, we will condemn Russian Federation or whoever it may be", President Donald Trump weighed in from Washington.

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  • Boy Dies Five Years After Being Hit by Tree Limb
Boy Dies Five Years After Being Hit by Tree Limb

Last October, on the 5-year anniversary of the accident, Tripp's mother spoke to 11Alive saying: "Time is a insane thing". Our awesome, perfect, lovely miracle of a son, Tripp Hughes Halstead passed away at 5:47 pm today. This winter was brutal for him. I'm just so thankful that Tripp is still here and giving me more joy than I could have ever im...

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  • Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) Earning Somewhat Positive News Coverage, Accern Reports
Clean Energy Fuels (CLNE) Earning Somewhat Positive News Coverage, Accern Reports

It is also used in ranking the parallel size of stock exchanges, is a measure of the total of the market capitalizations of all companies listed on each stock exchange. While it's Return on Investment ( ROI ) value is 2%. The EPS of SRNE is strolling at -0.89, measuring its EPS growth this year at 2.5%. Comparatively, Clean Energy Fuels Corp .

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  • Trump's meeting with Kim may fail
Trump's meeting with Kim may fail

US President Donald Trump has reaffirmed his plan to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by the end of May during a call with South Korea's president, voicing "cautious optimism" over recent developments, the White House says. "We'll see what happens next", Wallstrom said, the Associated Press reported. A senior US administration offi...

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  • 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

In London, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson defended the government's response and suggested the authorities might also go after assets held in Britain by Russians close to Putin , though he gave no specific details. Peskov reiterated Russian denials of involvement in the attack on the Skripals. Johnson also echoed the prime minister's words th...

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 United Kingdom diplomats in retaliatory move in spy row
Russian Federation expels 23 United Kingdom diplomats in retaliatory move in spy row

Russian foreign ministry summoned the United Kingdom ambassador to the country Laurie Bristow to inform him about Moscow's retaliation over Britain's decision to expel Russian diplomats. Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned Bristow for talks in a heightening dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain. "We will always do what i...

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  • Egyptians overseas vote in presidential elections
Egyptians overseas vote in presidential elections

Speaking during a visit to the Ministry of the Interior yesterday, Al-Sisi said coming out to vote "represents support to the state and its project". President Sisi said on Thursday his government had fulfilled its promises during his first term and called on Egyptians to vote in large numbers to give the victor a strong mandate.

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  • Russian Federation will expel British diplomats in tit-for-tat move: Lavrov
Russian Federation will expel British diplomats in tit-for-tat move: Lavrov

On Saturday, the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned the British ambassador to inform him of the expulsion. Relations between the two nations have deteriorated rapidly since the March 4 nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury.

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  • Jharkhand: BJP Leader, 10 Others Convicted in Alimuddin Ansari Lynching Case
Jharkhand: BJP Leader, 10 Others Convicted in Alimuddin Ansari Lynching Case

The court fixed March 21 to pronounce the quantum of punishment. "This is the first case related to cow vigilantism in the country in which the accused have been convicted", said additional public prosecutor Sushil Kumar Shukla. Defence lawyers told The Wire that they will be appealing the conviction. Police had intervened, but he succumbed t...

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  • Auburn wins tournament opener — Survive and Advance
Auburn wins tournament opener — Survive and Advance

But it survived in part because Charleston committed 21 turnovers. "You had Desean [Murray] back there and Chuma [Okeke] back there". Jarrell Brantley paced Charleston with 24 points and seven rebounds. Halftime message is "we're back to our normal rotations and let's execute better, especially on the offensive end". We missed a lot of free throw...

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  • Comments On Nirbhaya Mom's Physique Face Backlash
Comments On Nirbhaya Mom's Physique Face Backlash

Sangliana reportedly also said, "If you are overpowered, you should surrender, and follow up the case later". Sangliana, a member of the ruling Congress in the southern state and a former Lok Sabha member commented on Asha Devi at an event in the city on March 9 where women achievers were honoured.

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  • India accuses Pakistan of blocking government websites, affecting visa applications
India accuses Pakistan of blocking government websites, affecting visa applications

A source said, "We can not send our commerce minister to India in the current situation and India has been informed about it". Islamabad's decision comes in the wake of allegations of harassment and intimidation of diplomats of both countries, and their families.

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  • Woman charged in death of Missouri officer
Woman charged in death of Missouri officer

Widger was charged with felony murder because the officer was killed "as a result of the perpetration of the class C felony of delivery of a controlled substance", according to court records obtained by the Star. After double-checking the address with dispatchers, officers entered the house. Inside the home, James Waters fired at the officers, kill...

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  • Iran nuclear deal may be the first casualty of Tillerson's ouster
Iran nuclear deal may be the first casualty of Tillerson's ouster

Where he failed was in finding a way to conduct productive foreign policy while gently keeping the president from interfering. Though there were tensions between the two men, last Christmas it seemed Tillerson had reached a working balance with the President.

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  • Where and when did nerve agent attack happen?
Where and when did nerve agent attack happen?

In what is believed to be the first use of a nerve agent in Europe since the Second World War, former Russian spy Sergei Skripal , 66, and his daughter Yulia Skripal, 33, were poisoned in Salisbury on Sunday 11 March. "To rush way ahead of the evidence being gathered by the police, in a fevered parliamentary atmosphere, serves neither justice no...

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