• China's first indigenously built aircraft carrier leaves for sea trials
China's first indigenously built aircraft carrier leaves for sea trials

It is the first time the carrier's engine, propulsion and navigation systems will be tested at sea, state media said, a year after the vessel first took to the water at its official launch. China has developed a new jet fighter called A J-15 fighter to operate from the decks of its carriers. State media has quoted experts as saying that the count...

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  • Donald Trump's Decision To Ditch Iran Nuclear Deal A
Donald Trump's Decision To Ditch Iran Nuclear Deal A "Mistake": Emmanuel Macron

U.S. Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael (Mike) Richard PompeoPompeo to return from North Korea with 3 USA captives: South Korea Pompeo arrives in North Korea for meetings ahead of possible summit Five takeaways from Trump's Iran announcement MORE, testified to Congress in April that there was no evidence of Iranian noncompliance with th...

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  • Israel Strikes Iranian Targets in Syria as Tensions Escalate
Israel Strikes Iranian Targets in Syria as Tensions Escalate

Israel has called on the U.N. Security Council and secretary-general to condemn Iran's attack on its positions in the Golan Heights, occupied and annexed by Israel. Netanyahu said that leaving the nuclear deal unchanged along with Iran's other operations in the region "is a recipe for disaster, a disaster for our region, a disaster for the peace o...

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  • Iran: Israeli strikes in Syria are meant to support anti-Assad 'terrorists'
Iran: Israeli strikes in Syria are meant to support anti-Assad 'terrorists'

Hard-line Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami, who has echoed comments by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei who says Israel will not exist in 25 years, said the Jewish state could face destruction by challenging Iran. Iran has deployed hundreds of troops in Syria, apparently as military advisers to the Syrian military. Sputnik Mundo discussed the ...

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  • United Nations says Lebanon-Israel border 'quiet' after Syria flare-up
United Nations says Lebanon-Israel border 'quiet' after Syria flare-up

Israel has repeatedly warned it considers an entrenched Iranian military presence in war-ravaged Syria to be a risky red line. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which closely monitors the civil war through sources inside Syria, said 23 fighters, including five Syrian soldiers, were killed.

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  • Here's what's behind the unprecedented tension between Iran and Israel
Here's what's behind the unprecedented tension between Iran and Israel

At least 15 people were killed in the strike, including eight Iranians, according to the Observatory. Deadly strikes by Israel against alleged Iranian sites in Syria have raised fears of a dramatic escalation in regional conflict, but the situation remains shrouded by conflicting accounts and uncertainty.

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  • Margaret River deaths: three guns at scene belonged to children's grandfather
Margaret River deaths: three guns at scene belonged to children's grandfather

The dead include four children aged between 13 and eight. The shed is a converted living quarters where the family is believed to have had occupied. Investigators are determining if it was Miles who placed the call, and then killed himself, the outlet reported .

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  • Foster disapproves of Trump's withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal
Foster disapproves of Trump's withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal

In July 2015, when Barack Obama was at the helm, the U.S., the UK, Iran, China, France, Russia, Germany and the European Union adopted the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ( JCPOA ), under which Iran would eliminate stockpiles of enriched uranium in return for lifting nuclear-related economic sanctions.

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  • Indonesia church attacks kill six, dozens wounded
Indonesia church attacks kill six, dozens wounded

He said two police officers were among a total of 40 wounded. The attackers, disguising as followers of the morning sermon in the churches, detonated bombs which hit scores of followers, said the police spokesman. The blasts came four days after inmates killed five police officers during a revolt at a police detention centre near Jakarta. The w...

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  • People Are Dead in Australia's Worst Mass Shooting Since 1996
People Are Dead in Australia's Worst Mass Shooting Since 1996

Asked if the two-minute emergency call made from the property at 5.15am on Friday was the reason police were so quickly able to rule out a gunman was on the loose, Mr Dawson said: "That's not for me to expand on now". "I have extensive handyman abilities and experience with a wide variety of farm equipment, can fix fences, and tidy up the prop...

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  • Tornado Watch issued for half of NJ on Saturday night
Tornado Watch issued for half of NJ on Saturday night

The storms will be in the area through around midnight. "There weren't any severe weather reports across Berks County; the strongest winds were only 15 miles per hour". Temperatures will range between the upper 60s to the lower 70s. "Most areas north of D.C. will be impacted with some potentially strong to severe storms with a lesser threat to th...

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  • Trump Hosts Rally in Indiana
Trump Hosts Rally in Indiana

Trump said Renacci's opponent, Democratic U.S. Sen. He said the relationship between the USA and North Korea was "good" and previewed the planned summit in Singapore between himself and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . Joe Donnelly of Indiana. "I hope to have the ability to make a take care of them, a good deal, a greater deal ... higher for ...

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  • Baltimore Police Commissioner Charged With Tax Evasion
Baltimore Police Commissioner Charged With Tax Evasion

Written, legally enforceable contract, between the City of Baltimore City Police Department and the Fraternal Order of Police, Unit 1 represented by Office of the Labor Commissioner. A spokesman for Mayor Catherine Pugh told the Baltimore Sun that the mayor has not asked DeSousa to resign. On Friday, Delegate Luke Clippinger, a Democrat, sa...

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  • Donald Trump, Mike Pence Decry 'Unprecedented Obstruction from Democrats' at Indiana Rally
Donald Trump, Mike Pence Decry 'Unprecedented Obstruction from Democrats' at Indiana Rally

President Donald Trump is returning to his campaign roots with big-stage events allowing him to target vulnerable Senate Democrats and mobilize his most fervent supporters on behalf of Republicans. Speaking at a campaign rally in Elkhart, Ind., Mr. Trump labeled Mr. Donnelly "Sleepin' Joe" and praised Mike Braun , Mr. Donnelly's Republican oppon...

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  • Pakistan Bars US Diplomat From Leaving Country
Pakistan Bars US Diplomat From Leaving Country

The Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) on Saturday barred US Defense and Air Attaché Colonel Emanual Joseph from leaving the country. According to the FIR lodged after the incident, Iqbal misbehaved with police after the accident and attacked Abdul Sattar, the Station House Officer who became a complainant and stated that U.S.

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  • Pompeo vola a Pyongyang, in vista del vertice Usa - Corea del Nord
Pompeo vola a Pyongyang, in vista del vertice Usa - Corea del Nord

Il luogo dell'incontro fra il presidente Donald Trump e il leader nordcoreano Kim Jong-un potrebbe essere annunciato la prossima settimana: l'incontro potrebbe durare più di una sola giornata. Pompeo , in visita in Corea del Nord , aveva detto nei giorni scorsi che sarebbe stato un grande gesto se i tre uomini fossero stati liberati. Dopo l'inco...

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  • Philippines chief justice, Duterte's critic, expelled by Supreme Court colleagues
Philippines chief justice, Duterte's critic, expelled by Supreme Court colleagues

Following demands from the executive branch, Manila's Supreme Court voted Friday to remove the nation's top judge - appointed by the previous administration - labeled an "enemy" by Duterte after consistently voting against the president's policies, including the use of torture and mass killing to stem the country's rampant drug trade.

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  • One killed by Paris police
One killed by Paris police

The attacker was shot and killed by police. In addition to the person who died, two others were seriously injured and were transferred to George Pompidou Hospital, he added. Paris has been under higher security in recent years after a string of deadly Islamic extremist attacks. French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb commented on the attack, pr...

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  • Berlusconi can run for office again
Berlusconi can run for office again

Berlusconi gave "effective and constant proof of good conduct" after carrying out his punishment, Italian news agency ANSA quoted tribunal judges as concluding. The centre-right emerged as the single largest force at the March vote, while the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement emerged as the biggest individual party.

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  • Grammar schools: critics slam £50m boost for 'elitist' education
Grammar schools: critics slam £50m boost for 'elitist' education

Grammar schools date back to as early as the 16th century, but the modern concept was created by the 1944 Education Act. "This is particularly important at a time when there are increasing numbers of pupils reaching secondary age and such high demand from parents for selective school places".

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  • Karnataka Elections 2018: Political leaders cast their votes
Karnataka Elections 2018: Political leaders cast their votes

However, most pre-poll surveys have predicted a fractured mandate and suggested that former prime minister H D Deve Gowda's JD (S) may play the kingmaker's role. The last assembly election in 2013 had witnessed 71.4 per cent polling, it said. Siddaramaiah, who is contesting from Chamundeshwari and Badami constituencies, told ANI that neither the ...

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  • Trump's decision Iran 'deal' flawed, and not a treaty
Trump's decision Iran 'deal' flawed, and not a treaty

Some European businesses entered Iran following the nuclear deal, but the most disruptive banking restrictions effectively remained in place, as major European banks refused to work with Iran, especially once Donald Trump was elected . U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo exits his plane on arrival in Pyongyang, North Korea, May 9, 2018. Irania...

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  • At least one dead, several injured in Paris knife attack
At least one dead, several injured in Paris knife attack

Paris' opera and landmark retail stores are located in that area. French authorities are denouncing a knife attack in central Paris that French media say left two dead including the assailant. Citing sources close to official investigations, AFP news agency said that two people, including the attacker, were killed and several were injured.

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  • Trump's Iran Withdrawal Has Oil Shippers in Limbo Over Insurance
Trump's Iran Withdrawal Has Oil Shippers in Limbo Over Insurance

There are two "structural" explanations and a host of personal reasons for Trump pulling out. Johnson, who is visiting the USA this week and met Monday with Pompeo, placed an op-ed in The New York Times arguing that Iran has placed two-thirds of its centrifuges in storage and given up about 95% of its uranium stockpile.

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  • Mothers Day Tech Gifts Ideas || Mothers Day Special
Mothers Day Tech Gifts Ideas || Mothers Day Special

Emerson says we should neither be glad or sorry because "both emotions are unbecoming". I might say, "Mom, I called you only a couple of days ago". What's more, we so often fail to recognize or remember that mothering takes many forms. And they do that without ever asking for anything in return. No one can be as selfless as you; as sacrificing as...

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