• Canadian Insta Model Cops 8 Year Sentence For Trafficking Coke Into Sydney
Canadian Insta Model Cops 8 Year Sentence For Trafficking Coke Into Sydney

In exchange for stuffing cocaine into her luggage and boarding a luxury cruise ship, the MS Sea Princess , she received a trip worth $17,000, which she otherwise couldn't afford to take. The vessel, the Sea Princess made stops in Ireland, the US, Canada , New Zealand and South Americans countries, including Colombia and Peru, during the seven-w...

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  • France says Syria attack evidence 'highly likely' to 'disappear'
France says Syria attack evidence 'highly likely' to 'disappear'

He then ensured that there would be a second emergency debate over Syria today. Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova hit back at France , calling the accusation "very surprising" and saying that Russia had supported the inspection.

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  • Louisiana reports E-coli sickness from romaine lettuce
Louisiana reports E-coli sickness from romaine lettuce

Thirty-one of those ill have been hospitalized. But no common brand or distributor has been identified. All of the people now included in the CDC's investigation became ill between March 13 and April 6, but since there's typically a lag between developing the illness and reporting it to health officials, the CDC says more cases may still be add...

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  • Will Trump make a bad deal with North Korea?
Will Trump make a bad deal with North Korea?

North Korea has expressed its commitment to "complete denuclearisation" of the Korean peninsula and has not attached conditions, South Korea's president said yesterday, but Washington remains wary and has vowed to maintain "maximum pressure" on Pyongyang.

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  • UN team fired on in Syria while visiting suspected chemical sites
UN team fired on in Syria while visiting suspected chemical sites

Syria's United Nations ambassador Bashar Jaafari told the Security Council on Tuesday that the OPCW experts would begin their investigation once they received the all-clear from the United Nations team. OPCW Director-General Ahmet Uzumcu told a closed-door meeting of his organization that it remains unclear when the team will be able to deploy...

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  • Netflix INC (NFLX) Holder Hillman Co Has Lowered Holding
Netflix INC (NFLX) Holder Hillman Co Has Lowered Holding

On Monday , the company said it aims to add another 6.2 million subscribers in the second quarter. This continued subscriber growth has been pushed forward by the strength of Netflix's original TV shows, both in quality and quantity. On a financial basis, the company said it earned an adjusted $0.64 per share on revenue of $3.7 billion. ...

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  • Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz depart for London
Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz depart for London

The news said that Lahore High Court had banned speeches of Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz's . "My mother is hospitalised again. Pls, remember her in your special prayers". But it is likely that he may skip it. Nawaz, on the other hand, has to appear before the court on Friday and again on Monday when the court begins hearing Azizia Steel C...

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  • Confrontations and Missiles may thwart Yemen peace — United Nations envoy
Confrontations and Missiles may thwart Yemen peace — United Nations envoy

The defence teams discovered the explosive materials meant to be used against the Yemeni forces. Concerned by the rise of the Houthi rebels, Saudi Arabia and a coalition of Arab states launched a military intervention in 2015 in the form primarily of a massive air campaign aimed at reinstating the government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

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  • Saudi Arabia Celebrates Cinema Grand Opening With 'Black Panther'
Saudi Arabia Celebrates Cinema Grand Opening With 'Black Panther'

Late a year ago, Saudi Arabia announced it would allow cinemas to open in the country as part of its economic overhaul, dubbed Vision 2030. The powerful prince, 32, has already eased many restrictions in the last two years, including on public concerts, women driving and gender mixing.

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  • Barbara Bush's Family Pays Tribute To The Former First Lady
Barbara Bush's Family Pays Tribute To The Former First Lady

Barbara Bush died Tuesday at the age of 92. Just like Barbara Bush had done, Princess Diana visited New York's Harlem Hospital in 1989 and visited children infected with AIDS, again showing Americans and Brits that AIDS could not be contracted through a simple touch or hug.

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  • United stars face axe as Mourinho fumes
United stars face axe as Mourinho fumes

The Daily Mirror claims Tottenham's Victor Wanyama would be an ideal replacement, but given Spurs' tendency to play hardball over the sale of their top stars to their rivals, United have, instead, reportedly made a firm approach to Shakhtar Donetsk for Brazilian midfielder Fred .

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  • Amid protests, Armenia's ex president becomes prime minister
Amid protests, Armenia's ex president becomes prime minister

Protesters staged a day-long march through central Yerevan, briefly blocking entrances to government buildings, and in the evening gathered in the Republic Square where a 30-metre Armenian national flag was unrolled. The police have already removed wired fencing from the avenue, where buildings of the parliament, president's compound, and the Const...

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  • Armenian ex-president Sargsyan elected PM amid mass opposition protests
Armenian ex-president Sargsyan elected PM amid mass opposition protests

Regional analyst Karena Avedissian told OC Media that in these protests , unlike in previous ones, anger has been more directed towards Serzh Sargsyan . "Something unprecedented is happening in Armenia: the same person wants to become the country's leader for a third time". However, following a 2015 constitutional referendum the country sh...

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  • Alberta readies to cut BC fuel shipments in Canada pipeline row
Alberta readies to cut BC fuel shipments in Canada pipeline row

January 27, 2016: The federal Liberal government says pipeline projects such as the Trans Mountain expansion will now be assessed in part on the greenhouse gas emissions produced in the extraction and processing of the oil they carry. "It is a project in the national interest", Trudeau said. Construction may have halted for the Kinder Morgan Tra...

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  • Sean Hannity 'Seems to Get Away With Whatever He Wants'
Sean Hannity 'Seems to Get Away With Whatever He Wants'

Yes. Of all the people Trump consults, Hannity is one of the least sycophantic. The trio of lawyers working to get Cohen out of the kind of trouble that brings federal agents crashing uninvited into office and living spaces may have had to out Hannity to a US district judge, not to mention to the entire nation, but the Fox News personality is...

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  • Syria's air defence system 'malfunction' causes confusion
Syria's air defence system 'malfunction' causes confusion

Syrian air defenses responded to a missile attack over Homs which targeted Shayrat air base late Monday night (Tuesday morning NZT), Syrian state television reported. The day before thousands of Syrian citizens, along with various political and religious forces, gathered in the main squares and streets of various provinces, including Damascus, Homs...

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  • Macron likens political divisions in Europe to civil war
Macron likens political divisions in Europe to civil war

What are we going to say, our rights and principles just for us? Macron separately proposed on Tuesday to create a European fund for communities that take in refugees in a bid to tackle one of the most politically toxic issues facing the EU.

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  • Historic Transition Time In Cuba As Raul Castro Prepares For Successor
Historic Transition Time In Cuba As Raul Castro Prepares For Successor

The expected transfer of power comes at a precarious time in Cuba's history as Cuban allies in Latin America have been voted out of government positions across the region in recent years. The Assembly is widely expected to choose the current vice president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, to be Cuba's next leader. The Cuban National Assembly will elec...

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  • Fed govt rejects call to legalise cannabis
Fed govt rejects call to legalise cannabis

The Turnbull Government's Health Minister has described marijuana as a gateway drug to ice as the Greens called for a people's vote to held on legalising the mind-altering substance. The Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation's Alex Wodak said banning cannabis had distracted police from following up more serious crimes and helped make some c...

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  • Europe, Trump and the Iran nuclear deal
Europe, Trump and the Iran nuclear deal

Friedman expected that Iran is serous in its warning to retaliate, citing "the Iranian admission that its officers were killed in the original strike and their intentionally public and publicised funeral in Tehran-contrary to previous instances of Iranian casualties being severely downplayed by the Islamic republic".

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  • Trump rules out rejoining the TPP?
Trump rules out rejoining the TPP?

Kudlow said any sort of deal "has to be in USA interest for us to take another look and actually go into it", adding that at present, Trump is not interested in rejoining the deal as it stands. Trump spent the 2016 presidential campaign ripping into the multi-national pact, saying he could get a better deal for US businesses by negotiating one-on-o...

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  • Trump Bashes California On Border Mission, Brown Sees A Deal
Trump Bashes California On Border Mission, Brown Sees A Deal

California is the only border state yet to send troops in support of Trump's military mobilization, and though Brown has offered to deploy 400 guardsmen from the California Guard, the terms of their mission have been in dispute. Hokanson said that while Trump said up to 4,000 troops could deploy in sectors along the almost 2,000-mile border, the ...

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  • Pompeo secretly met with Kim Jong Un
Pompeo secretly met with Kim Jong Un

The president had said earlier on Tuesday that there have been talks between the US and the North at "extremely high levels". CIA Director Mike Pompeo traveled to North Korea over Easter weekend for a meeting with leader Kim Jong Un, sources confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.

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  • Social media reacts to Barbara Bush's passing
Social media reacts to Barbara Bush's passing

Bush were married 73 years, making them the longest-lasting presidential couple. Meltzer recalls the first time he met Mrs. She also was diagnosed with Graves disease, a thyroid disorder, while serving as first lady. Former president George W Bush said after his mother's death that the family's souls are settled because we know hers was. Click ...

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  • Israel hints it could hit Iranian 'air force' in Syria
Israel hints it could hit Iranian 'air force' in Syria

Israel released details Tuesday about what it described as an Iranian "air force" deployed in neighboring Syria , including civilian planes suspected of transferring arms, a signal that these could be attacked should tensions with Tehran escalate.

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  • Syrian Air Defenses Claim Intercepting Missiles Penetrating Homs Airspace
Syrian Air Defenses Claim Intercepting Missiles Penetrating Homs Airspace

Syrian air defenses intercepted several missiles that penetrated its airspace late Monday over the city of Homs, Syria's SANA news agency reported . Syrian anti-aircraft defences shot down missiles fired at the Syrian airbase of Shayrat in Homs province and another base northeast of the capital, Damascus, Syria's state television and pro-Iranian ...

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  • New Yorkers' Nightmare: City Mice Are Carrying Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
New Yorkers' Nightmare: City Mice Are Carrying Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

So Lipkin and his colleagues at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health spent a year collecting mice from throughout New York City to see whether they carry any risky germs. Together, the findings show that mice may be an untapped reservoir of potentially unsafe infections, and suggest that mouse populations should be studied ...

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  • Alberta move to cut fuel shipments to BC has 'downsides,' refiners say
Alberta move to cut fuel shipments to BC has 'downsides,' refiners say

Moe said he wants the Saskatchewan legislation passed shortly so it can work in tandem with Alberta's proposed bill. Companies in Alberta must now obtain permits to export oil and gas to British Columbia. Slumping commodity prices have already sapped investment dollars from Canada's energy patch. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers ...

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  • Pruitt's chief of staff approved controversial raises for aides, EPA watchdog finds
Pruitt's chief of staff approved controversial raises for aides, EPA watchdog finds

The newest headlines forcus on Pruitt's extravagant use of federal funds. "I found out this yesterday and now I corrected the action and also we are in the practice of finding the way it occurred and correcting it", Pruitt responded, however he didn't say if anybody will be terminated.

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  • Montenegro: elections, 97% of ballots counted, Djukanovic wins
Montenegro: elections, 97% of ballots counted, Djukanovic wins

Having dominated politics as either prime minister or president of the former Yugoslav republic of about 620,000 people, Djukanovic stepped down as prime minister in 2016. The other four candidates garnered less votes. "There is the feeling that Russian Federation understands the limits of its influence without giving up in the long run", said ...

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