• Pompeo in North Korea for pre-summit meetings
Pompeo in North Korea for pre-summit meetings

An official at South Korea's presidential Blue House said Pompeo was expected to finalise the date of the summit, and secure the release of three American detainees. "The second piece is, we also want to make sure what our expectations are not", said Pompeo, aboard a C-32A. "We think relationships are building with North Korea", Trump added.

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  • Oil prices swing wildly after Trump announces exit from Iran deal
Oil prices swing wildly after Trump announces exit from Iran deal

Previously‚ sanctions imposed on Iran by the U.S. saw a massive decline in trade between the two countries. Earlier, a spokeswoman for the European Commission insisted the EU will continue to implement the agreement. However, proponents have said those time limits were meant to encourage more discussion with Iran in the future that could even...

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  • Iredell-Statesville Schools Offers Optional Teacher Workday Ahead Of Protests
Iredell-Statesville Schools Offers Optional Teacher Workday Ahead Of Protests

Hosted by the North Carolina Association of Educators, the March for Students and Rally for Respect takes place the same day the General Assembly goes back into session. Without closure, local districts would be left scrambling to find stand-ins with more than 10,000 North Carolina teachers expected to gather in Raleigh next week.

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  • Israel orders Golan shelters open over Iran 'activity' in Syria
Israel orders Golan shelters open over Iran 'activity' in Syria

Iran has supported the Syrian government during the country's seven-year civil war, deploying hundreds of military advisers and thousands of militiamen to the country. Israeli defense officials are bracing for the possibility of an Iranian revenge attack from Syria in the near future, in the form of rocket and missile launches at northern Isra...

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  • Dual citizenship makes Labor senator Katy Gallagher ineligible, High Court rules
Dual citizenship makes Labor senator Katy Gallagher ineligible, High Court rules

She is a British citizen by descent through her father. "The questions in this reference turn upon one issue: whether British law operated to irremediably prevent an Australian citizen applying for renunciation of his or her British citizenship from ever achieving it", she wrote in her judgement.

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  • Joel Embiid On Scuffle With Terry Rozier:
Joel Embiid On Scuffle With Terry Rozier: "Too Bad He's So Short"

In a post-game interview, Embiid gave some details on what happened and said that Rozier tried to punch him, twice. After a referee blew his whistle, the 7-foot, 260-pound Embiid swatted at the ball while the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Rozier was holding it.

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  • Malaysia's scandal-hit PM faces ex-mentor in election
Malaysia's scandal-hit PM faces ex-mentor in election

Angered by a scandal at state fund 1MDB that battered Malaysia's worldwide standing, Mahathir has teamed up with an alliance of parties that fiercely opposed him when he was in power, and which includes jailed opposition icon Anwar Ibrahim - his former nemesis.

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  • Driver killed after hitting semitractor-trailer on I-95
Driver killed after hitting semitractor-trailer on I-95

Lance Corporal Judd Jones say a SUV was traveling north when it hit an animal in the roadway. Authorities say a mother from Florida and her two young children have died after their auto hit an alligator on Interstate 95 in SC. Tennessee Highway Patrol have identified the victim who was killed in two-car crash in Maynardville Sunday. The crash r...

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  • Fraternal Order of Police memorializes officers who died
Fraternal Order of Police memorializes officers who died

This year's ceremony was the first to be held since the passing of the law. The memorial honors 183 fallen OR law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty since the 1880s. They'll do this on a 250 plus mile bike ride from Atlantic City, New Jersey to the National Mall in Washington D.C.to remember the fallen. Today, Governor Tom W...

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  • In Result 2018 10th 12th Declared To Be Today
In Result 2018 10th 12th Declared To Be Today

The results will be uploaded online tomorrow, May 9, 2018. Past year the CGBSE Class 12 Result was declared on April 27 and the exams were conducted from February 23 to March 3. The pass percentage of this year is 59.47 per cent. Students who are willing to apply for rechecking of their answer sheets can log on to the official website and fill ...

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  • Libyan Coastguards Intercept 4 Inflatable Boats Packed with Migrants
Libyan Coastguards Intercept 4 Inflatable Boats Packed with Migrants

The policy apparently worked: Only 6,731 migrants have arrived in Italy so far from Libya in 2018, 84% down from 2017 and 78% down from the year before, according to interior ministry figures. When Libya coordinates rescue operations it means that the migrants are taken back to the North African country, where they face a new cycle of detention, vi...

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  • Up to 7 girls could be buried in Michigan woods
Up to 7 girls could be buried in Michigan woods

Police say they are covering area along the creek in search of the bodies of at least 4 to 7 teen girls who may have been sexually assaulted and their bodies dumped there. He also drew a map of the site and spent about an hour at the search scene with authorities before being returned to prison. Zarzycki disappeared in the 1980s.

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  • Important information for the upcoming Primary Election
Important information for the upcoming Primary Election

For purposes of comparison, nearly 2,400 votes were cast there during the 2016 Presidential Election; given that was a general election - not a primary - and featured a competitive presidential race, it can be thought of as the upper limits of voter turnout.

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  • Putin says Russian Federation to diversify its state reserves
Putin says Russian Federation to diversify its state reserves

US President Donald Trump has congratulated his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on being sworn in for a fourth term, saying he looks forward to a time when the two nations can have a good relationship. The prime minister is the No. 2 official in the Russian hierarchy, holding responsibility for the economy and answering to the president. "Ther...

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  • First arrest photo of ATF Chicago shooting suspect
First arrest photo of ATF Chicago shooting suspect

An ATF agent was ambushed and shot in his face as he investigated illegal guns about 3:15 a.m. Friday in the city's Back of the Yards neighborhood. The agent was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition. Police haven't said what type of mission they were working on with the ATF. The wounded agent is part of Chicago's Gun Strike Force for...

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  • Modi aiming to get BJP a southern foothold with Karnataka win
Modi aiming to get BJP a southern foothold with Karnataka win

Stating that Congress has worked tirelessly for the development of Karnataka, Sonia stated, "We have worked tirelessly for the poor". In the five years of Congress government, the average Fiscal Deficit was 2.26 per cent. "I know that you will unmask each of their jumlas and form a Congress government with clear majority", Gandhi said in her brie...

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  • Trump pulls U.S. from Iran nuclear deal, to revive sanctions
Trump pulls U.S. from Iran nuclear deal, to revive sanctions

Iran has denied ever pursuing nuclear arms. Tehran was found to have breached the treaty by concealing a uranium enrichment programme for many years. The rise in yields pushed up interest rates, which allows banks to make more money from loans. While Iran and its archrival and fellow OPEC member Saudi Arabia are reportedly at odds over what a "...

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  • Japan, China and South Korea to discuss North Korea at regional summit
Japan, China and South Korea to discuss North Korea at regional summit

Until now, the only American released by North Korea during Trump's presidency was Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old university student who returned to the United States in a coma last summer after 17 months of captivity and died days later.

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  • Explosions heard near Syrian capital, hours after Trump rips up Iran agreement
Explosions heard near Syrian capital, hours after Trump rips up Iran agreement

The reported strikes targeted an "arms depot belonging to Hezbollah and the Iranians", according Rami Abdel Rahman, the director of the Syrian Observatory for Human rights, according to the AFP. On April 29, Israel was suspected of more strikes in Hama and Aleppo, reportedly killing at least 18 pro-Iranian fighters. Israel's military, however, ...

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  • Are Republicans really proposing to cut funding for poor kids' health insurance?
Are Republicans really proposing to cut funding for poor kids' health insurance?

House to vote Tuesday on repealing vehicle loan guidelines White House to request Congress rescind billion in spending MORE (R-Ky.). Democrats in the House and Senate were withholding judgment on Trump's scaled-back cuts, pending more details.

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  • Peers back European Union market as rebellion splits Labour
Peers back European Union market as rebellion splits Labour

Baroness Angela Smith, Labour's leader in the upper house, said the votes had afforded MPs a chance to consider the "finer details" of the Brexit bill. Earlier, opposition parties in the Lords and rebels in May's Conservative Party inflicted another defeat on the government, voting to strip out the fixed timing for Britain to leave the European Uni...

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  • Did Michael Cohen Get $500K Payoff From Jewish Oligarch?
Did Michael Cohen Get $500K Payoff From Jewish Oligarch?

The claim came amid continuing scrutiny over the payment and what President Trump know about it. Trump and his personal attorney Cohen initially said the president knew nothing of it. These monies may have reimbursed the $130k payment. He further implies that those funds may have been used to pay Cohen back for the $130,000 payment the lawyer mad...

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  • Facebook bans ads on Ireland's abortion referendum by foreign advertisers
Facebook bans ads on Ireland's abortion referendum by foreign advertisers

The social media company has made the decision amid growing concern that individuals and organisations based outside of the country are trying to sway the result of the referendum and influence undecided voters through ad campaigns. presidential election. "We feel the spirit of this approach is also consistent with the Irish electoral law that proh...

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  • Culinary-diplomatic embarrassment: chef Netanyahu insulted the Japanese Prime Minister
Culinary-diplomatic embarrassment: chef Netanyahu insulted the Japanese Prime Minister

The same article quoted an unnamed Israel official saying, "This was an insensitive decision". Israeli celebrity chef Moshe Segev, who is well known as Segev Moshe and the Israel prime minister's private chef, put a ceiling on dinner with a selection of chocolates served in a metal shoe, which is considered extremely disgusting in Japanese cultur...

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  • J. Cole announces North American 'KOD' tour
J. Cole announces North American 'KOD' tour

Tickets start at $39.50 and can be purchased at the Bryce Jordan Center, on Ticketmaster .com and by phone at 800-745-3000. J. Cole is a Grammy-nominated and award-winning rapper, known for his songs "Crooked Smile", "Apparently", "Power Trip" and many others.

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