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Arizona Cardinals' 2017 preseason schedule has been released

Arizona Cardinals' 2017 preseason schedule has been released

Of course, the most exciting date on the preseason schedule will come in Week 3 and that's because that's when we'll get to see Tony Romo make his debut with CBS Sports. The Browns defeated the Buccaneers, 31-7, during the 2015 preseason, but suffered a lopsided loss last August. It will be the sixth consecutive preseason meeting between the two teams and their 39th preseason matchup overall. Read More

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Indian Navy rescues Foreign Merchant Vessel

Indian Navy rescues Foreign Merchant Vessel

As the Indian Navy chopper provided cover a team of 18 Chinese Navy personnel boarded the ship to physical sanitise the ship. But there was no mention about the role of the Indian navy in the entire operation. But frustrations have been rising among Somali fishermen, including former pirates, at what they say are foreign ships illegally fishing in local waters. Read More

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Anantnag bypoll deferred: 'Time not conducive for polls'

Anantnag bypoll deferred: 'Time not conducive for polls'

Security forces were today deployed in strength in Srinagar city, a day after eight persons were killed in firing by security forces to quell stone pelting mobs during polling for the Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency. Another person was killed in Barsoo in Ganderbal district. "17 protestors and almost 100 forces personnel were injured", Chief Electoral Officer Shantamanu told reporters in Srinagar . Read More

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Trump's modeling agency shuts down

Trump's modeling agency shuts down

Trump sold the Miss Universe organization to WME/IMG back in 2015. "While we enjoyed many years of success, we are focused on our core businesses in the real estate and golf industries and the rapid expansion of our hospitality division", the spokesperson added. Read More

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St Petersburg metro attack: 'Bomb' found in city raid

Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday, April 5, 2017. News agency Interfax, citing a law enforcement source, said alleged links with the suicide bomber who killed at least 14 people on the city's Metro were being checked. The poverty-stricken countries in Central Asia have become a prime recruiting territory for the militant groups, with thousands of people from the region believed to be fighting alongside the IS group in Iraq and Syria. Read More

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Venezuela slaps political ban on key opposition leader

Venezuela slaps political ban on key opposition leader

Days of angry protests in Venezuela came to a head over the weekend, when tens of thousands of people took to the streets to demand the departure of the country's unpopular president, Nicolas Maduro. A almost identical maneuver was used ten years ago to halt the rise of former mayor Leopoldo Lopez, who in polls remains one of the most influential opposition leaders despite being jailed three years ago for his role in anti-government protests. Read More

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Egypt president declares state of emergency

Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has ordered military troops be deployed across the country after almost 50 people were killed in bomb attacks on two churches. Coptic Pope Tawadros, who led the Palm Sunday service, left before the bomber blew himself up at the entrance, killing three policemen who denied him entry. Read More

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Lawmakers urge Trump to work with them on Syria

A trade war with the United States would affect the Chinese economy badly, and a military clash on the Korean peninsula would trigger a political crisis in China and put the leadership under challenge from inside the party, Zhang said. China responded to this week's chemical attack by calling for a "comprehensive, fair probe" by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and other United Nations organizations. Read More

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Netanyahu welcomes new United States ambassador 'to Jerusalem'

Pence, like other speakers at AIPAC, noted the change in rhetoric at the United Nations when it comes to Israel. Trading one president indifferent to defense of democracy and scornful of the US role as leader of the free world for another president indifferent to democracy and scornful of the USA role as leader of the free world is no bargain - for either the United States or Israel. Read More

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India extends $4.5 billion line of credit to Bangladesh

India extends $4.5 billion line of credit to Bangladesh

The two leaders expressed optimism that these SEZs would encourage Indian businessmen to bring in more investment to Bangladesh. Her government's "zero-tolerance" policy towards terrorism is an inspiration for all of us. "We will always remember them with gratitude". Modi's remarks came in the presence of Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina as the two leaders paid tributes to the heroes of 1971 war. Read More

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After Syria attack, Tillerson vows to defend innocents

After Syria attack, Tillerson vows to defend innocents

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday at the site of a World War II-era Nazi massacre in central Italy that the United States is rededicating itself to hold to account "any and all" who commit crimes against innocent people. The US president's spokesman Sean Spicer warned on Monday that further action would be considered in certain circumstances. Later, however, the administration was playing down the idea of barrel bombs as a red line. Read More

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Zuma Says Demonstrations Against Him Showed Racism Is 'Real'

Gordhan was speaking at a memorial service held in Durban in honour of anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada. He won South Africa's first all-race elections in 1994, making him the country's first black president. Today's memorial was the latest of several being held across the country in honour of Indian-origin Kathrada, an ANC stalwart and one of Nelson Mandela's closest colleagues in the struggle against white minority rule who died almost two weeks ago aged 87 His funeral and other subsequent ... Read More

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Gorsuch Pledges to be 'Servant' of Constitution

Gorsuch Pledges to be 'Servant' of Constitution

With that, he joined for life the panel of justices that is the ultimate arbiter of numerous most contentious issues in American life. Gorsuch has been a judge of the U.S. Gorsuch becomes the 113th Justice to serve on the Supreme Court since its establishment in 1789 - and the first former clerk to serve alongside his former boss, Justice Kennedy. Read More

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Syrian, Palestine issues to top Arab League summit agenda

Syrian, Palestine issues to top Arab League summit agenda

Furthermore, Abbas is supposed to travel to Washington in April and have personal meetings with President Donald Trump regarding the Israel-Palestine conflict. While none of the Arab leaders specifically mentioned Trump in their addresses, it was clear they meant to inform the White House in coming days that they are willing to restart the peace process if the Trump administration wants to broker a wider Middle East peace. Read More

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NDA Top Guns To Meet To Formulate Future Strategy

NDA Top Guns To Meet To Formulate Future Strategy

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, who has often criticised the BJP, and Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, and former Punjab CM and Akali stalwart Parkash Singh Badal also participated in the meeting. He said the Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP) chief and Minister for Food Ram Vilas Paswan said that the alliance should continue its efforts to further strengthen and expand the NDA. Read More

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New Mexico outlaws lunch shaming

New Mexico outlaws lunch shaming

The Hunger-Free Students' Bill of Rights was signed into law this week. Once debt is deemed uncollectable, school nutrition departments must write it off, but they may not offset the loss with federal dollars. "It was really noticeable that I was one of the poor kids in the school". Previously, schools were allowed to make students mop the cafeteria floors for food if their parents were delinquent on hot-lunch payments or strap a wristband to the child's arm to notify their parents-and all ... Read More

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Second suspect arrested over Stockholm truck attack: court

Second suspect arrested over Stockholm truck attack: court

All four victims of the attack have been identified. "I can confirm that a second person has been arrested ", Stockholm district court judge Helga Hullman said. Since the attack, police have conducted raids and questioned scores of people. Police said eight people remained hospitalised. Eyewitnesses reported seeing the beer truck speeding along Drottninggatan before it crashed into the front of a department store. Read More

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Jets launch raids from Syria base hit by USA, says monitor

Jets launch raids from Syria base hit by USA, says monitor

The U.S. attack on the Shayrat base in central Syria was Washington's first military action against the regime in the six-year civil war. The Syrian opposition has long criticised the United States for failing to protect rebel-held areas from government air strikes, demanding the creation of a no-fly zone or the provision of anti-aircraft weapons to rebel groups. Read More

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NSA McMaster: 'Prudent' to send strike group to Korean Peninsula

NSA McMaster: 'Prudent' to send strike group to Korean Peninsula

In appearances on the Sunday news shows, Tillerson said advances in North Korea's ballistic missile program concerned the us the most. The Carl Vinson Strike Group departed Singapore and steamed north on orders from Adm. On Sept. 9, North Korea said it detonated its fifth nuclear warhead. On board alongside a host of fighter jets are also said to be two guided-missile destroyers and a guided-missile cruiser. Read More

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ISIL Orders Evacuating Raqqa over Dam Fears

ISIL Orders Evacuating Raqqa over Dam Fears

The deepening US military involvement against Islamic State militants in northern Syria indicates the Pentagon will likely send even more troops in coming weeks. The French defense minister says the Western-backed coalition in Syria is ready to launch its final push to drive Islamic State (IS) militants from their de facto capital in Raqqa. Read More

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Shocked news anchor tosses to sports segment after hilarious on-air blooper

Shocked news anchor tosses to sports segment after hilarious on-air blooper

It took her few seconds to realise she was not off-air and her shocked reaction is a thing of joy. While the incidence itself was amusing, it is her reaction post that which was priceless. Doran had asked Dixon if he was "attached" before throwing to Exelby and saying "we were taking about recruitment of a different kind there but obviously you thought Allan was well qualified for the job". Read More

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Turkish foreign minister says Assad administration must be removed

Turkish foreign minister says Assad administration must be removed

Kalin also said the main understanding in Syria is that after a political solution is reached, Bashar al-Assad will not stay in power. They would then be expected to train civilians, Kinik said. "There are one million people living in the Idlib countryside". Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he welcomes the U.S. strike on Syria, but believes it isn't sufficient. Read More

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Reining in the Rogue Regime of North Korea

The U.S. National Security Council presented President Trump with options to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un or place U.S. nukes in South Korea as retaliation to North Korea's continued nuclear weapons program. A defiant North Korea has fired yet another missile. North Korea is pushing hard to upgrade its weapons systems to cope with what it calls US hostility. Read More

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Trump has explained Thaad move to Xi: Seoul

Trump has explained Thaad move to Xi: Seoul

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross yesterday said the two sides agreed to speed up trade talks to help close a lopsided imbalance in China's favour, a common campaign-trail complaint of Trump's . A spokesperson China's foreign ministry said it opposed the use of force in global affairs but stopped short of explicitly condemning the United States attack. Read More

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Gunman kills teacher, wounds two children and shoots himself

The names and ages of the students are not being released, pending notification of family. Authorities have not disclosed whether the two adults who were found dead were the teacher and the gunman, or if they were other victims. One woman told KABC that she had seen her granddaughter as she boarded a bus to be driven to one of the pickup sites. There are two wounded, possible students. Read More

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