• Spain boss rails at
Spain boss rails at "biased" referee

It was on the final whistle however that Spain's players surrounding the referee, who had to be protected by the Belgium players before being escorted off the pitch. In the driving seat with a game in hand over Romania, Spain needed to defeat Belgium in the final round of European qualification matches to confirm their place.

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  • Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe kept personal memos regarding Trump
Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe kept personal memos regarding Trump

Key Republicans on Sunday warned President Donald Trump not to interfere with special counsel Robert Mueller . Lawmakers, including heavyweights from Mr Trump's own Republican Party, issued pointed warnings Sunday that any attempt by the president to oust Mr Mueller as special counsel would have grave consequences.

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  • Russia expels 23 British diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens
Russia expels 23 British diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens

The move comes in response to Britain's decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats . Skripal, a former colonel in Russian military intelligence who betrayed dozens of Russian agents to Britain, is fighting for his life along with his daughter after they were found collapsed on a bench in the city of Salisbury two weeks ago.

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  • North Korean minister's surprise Sweden visit fuels speculation over Trump talks
North Korean minister's surprise Sweden visit fuels speculation over Trump talks

Ri and Wallstrom dined together at the foreign ministry on Thursday evening, then met again on Friday at Villa Bonnier, a lavish building used by the government for official functions which is located near the United States embassy. "I think it's much too early to speculate about that. we're not there yet", Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven told...

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  • One dead in double shooting at North York bowling alley
One dead in double shooting at North York bowling alley

Speaking with reporters Sunday, police said the two did not know each other. Police said Sunday morning that the woman died of her injuries in hospital. One is described as wearing a blue hoodie and black shoes, another was wearing a black shirt and black shoes with white soles. "It certainly could've taken on a more tragic complexion, for sure...

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  • Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats in Spy-Poisoning Response
Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats in Spy-Poisoning Response

Russia's presidential election was tainted today by unprecedented pressure on voters to turn out and incidents of suspected ballot box stuffing - a barely democratic exercise that will grant Vladimir Putin another six years of power. "Russia had nothing to do with it", Chizhov told the BBC. Chizhov pointed out that the United Kingdom chemical wea...

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  • Trey Gowdy to Trump, lawyer: 'When you're innocent . act like it'
Trey Gowdy to Trump, lawyer: 'When you're innocent . act like it'

On Saturday, CNN learned that Mueller had interviewed former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and asked about the firing of FBI Director James Comey . Axios reports the McCabe memos corroborate Comey's account of his own firing. "He should've been allowed to finish through the weekend", Rubio said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "The Muelle...

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  • All Black coach Hansen plays down England link
All Black coach Hansen plays down England link

The upcoming World Cup in Japan will be the ninth World Cup since its inauguration in 1987, and in the eight tournaments that have taken place, Ireland have only ever made it as far as the quarter-final stage. "We knew we had to change and sometimes that hurts". "We've had a fantastic run but now we're going through a tough one", Jones said...

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  • Russian response in ex-spy poisoning row 'futile'
Russian response in ex-spy poisoning row 'futile'

Early on Saturday, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it had ordered the British diplomats to leave within a week and indicated it could take further action should there be what it called more "unfriendly" moves. There's no evidence at this stage that his death and the attack on the Skripals are linked, it said. Russian Federation i...

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  • Rahul invokes Mahabharat, tears into BJP at Congress plenary
Rahul invokes Mahabharat, tears into BJP at Congress plenary

All of us have to work together to unite the nation. "Unfortunately, the BJP government has disrupted it, and its ill-advised actions have unravelled the national consensus", it said. "Rather, the Congress is putting up a struggle to expose the dictatorial ways of the Modi government, its neglect of Constitution, disrespect of Parliament, false...

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  • Nancy Pelosi fends off criticism that Democrats need new leadership
Nancy Pelosi fends off criticism that Democrats need new leadership

Do you think other candidates should do the same thing and does that pose a problem for you if you take back the House?" During Lamb's campaign, Republicans ran attack this ad tying the novice politician to Pelosi. "I feel pretty confident that we're going to win, we're going to win big", she said. "The real issues are the ones that affect your liv...

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  • Duterte tells other countries to leave ICC: It's all bull!
Duterte tells other countries to leave ICC: It's all bull!

MANILA , Philippines - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Sunday, March 18, that he will convince states part of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to "get out" because it is a "rude" organization produced by an "EU-sponsored" treaty.

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  • Spy poisoning: Russian Federation stockpiling nerve agent, says Johnson
Spy poisoning: Russian Federation stockpiling nerve agent, says Johnson

The Russian government wants to ensure elections are clean after ballot-stuffing and fraud marred the last presidential election in 2012. The result was a vindication of his tough stance towards the West, Putin loyalists said. The Central Election Committee refused to accredit independent election monitors organized by Navalny, as well as t...

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  • Russian official: United Kingdom lab may be source of spy attack poison
Russian official: United Kingdom lab may be source of spy attack poison

The Kremlin's move to expel British diplomats was announced by the Russian Foreign Ministry this morning, in a statement which accused the United Kingdom of "provocative actions" and "groundless accusations" against Moscow over the attack.

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  • N.Korean-Swedish foreign ministers meeting ends
N.Korean-Swedish foreign ministers meeting ends

The majority of Ri's time was spent with Swedish foreign minister Margot Wallstrom. The South Korean media outlet MBC is reporting that the USA and North Korea have "practically sealed the deal on the release" of Kim Hak-song, Kim Sang-duk, and Kim Dong Chul via diplomatic back channels, but CNN reports that Sweden is speaking with Pyongyang ...

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  • Man arrested after car drives into nightclub causing 'panic and chaos'
Man arrested after car drives into nightclub causing 'panic and chaos'

The officers were called to Blake's in Queen Street at 23:47 GMT on Saturday. The driver of the vehicle was "believed to have been asked to leave the nightclub earlier that evening following an altercation", police said in a statement, adding that "a number of people have sustained injuries".

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  • Syrian opposition: United Nations 'responsible' for silence over Ghouta
Syrian opposition: United Nations 'responsible' for silence over Ghouta

Al-Ikhbariya TV broadcast the still images Sunday of Assad standing near a tank and surrounded by soldiers on a street in eastern Ghouta, the region near Damascus where a Syrian offensive has been underway over the past month. The Syrian war entered its eighth year this week having killed half a million people and driven more than 11 million from t...

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  • Drake Breaks Live-Streaming Record on Twitch Playing
Drake Breaks Live-Streaming Record on Twitch Playing "Fortnite"

Drake tipped fans off to his participation via his Twitter account. Back in February Twitch confirmed that the record number of concurrents had been set at over 388,000, but now there's a new champ. According to Kotaku , the achievement wouldn't be possible without crossplay , which gamers have been requesting across platforms. The stream with ...

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  • Russian Federation goes to polls in presidential election
Russian Federation goes to polls in presidential election

Despite a lacklustre campaign, the 65-year-old Putin is the clear front-runner. But another Putin supporter, Lyubov Kachan, a teacher in the settlement of Ust-Djeguta, in southern Russian Federation, said: "I voted for Putin". He strongly denied Russian responsibility in the March 4 attack. Putin's previous Kremlin term was marked by a crackd...

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  • Putin wins re-election to 4th term in landslide
Putin wins re-election to 4th term in landslide

But the 65-year-old former KGB officer is certain to extend his term to 2024 despite a litany of domestic problems like widespread poverty and poor healthcare following a lackluster campaign. There were numerous sightings of ballot-box stuffing as more than 140,000 observers monitored the vote, including a contingent of 30,000 supporters of Alexe...

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  • Snow expected to hit Worcestershire again this weekend
Snow expected to hit Worcestershire again this weekend

Less snow than expected fell overnight, and there are no showers predicted for most of the day. More snow has fallen across parts of the United Kingdom overnight as a cold snap dubbed the " mini beast from the east " sweeps in. Flight passengers are advised to check with their airline for the latest flight information, while drivers are warned to...

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in latest response to spy poisoning crisis
Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in latest response to spy poisoning crisis

The Russian Foreign Ministry said it was giving the 23 diplomats one week to leave the country. Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region, alleged Kremlin meddling in the USA presidential election and Moscow's bombing campaign in Syria, have been condemned in the West.

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  • One winning Powerball ticket worth $456M sold in Pa.
One winning Powerball ticket worth $456M sold in Pa.

The winning numbers in the March 17 drawing were: 22-57-59-60-66, Powerball 7, Power Play 2X. The ticket sold in Texas won a $2 million prize because it included a Power Play option, it said . The Pennsylvania Lottery requires winners to be named to ensure that the system operates with "integrity and transparency". It may seem like a modest chan...

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  • Russian spy: Moscow 'will expel British diplomats soon'
Russian spy: Moscow 'will expel British diplomats soon'

It also ordered the closure of the British Council, a public information and educational center, in Russian Federation, and halted the reopening of a British consulate in St. "It's a great shame for the Russian people that they're closing the British Council which has done an bad lot to educate Russian people in the English language and to help the...

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats
Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

Britain's government said the move was expected, and that it doesn't change their conviction that Russian Federation was behind the poisoning of ex-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the English city of Salisbury. Britain's ambassador to Russia says the nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian double agent and his daughter in Britain was a...

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