• New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Guns After Mosque Shootings
New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Guns After Mosque Shootings

Expanding on the newly announced ban of military-style assault rifles, Bush said owners of such weapons could register them online or by phone or arrange to take them to police stations. Farming lobby group Federated Farmers said it backed the decision. "Whatever you believe, whatever I believe, we're still human beings". What about legal owne...

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  • Venezuela arrests Guaido aide for 'terrorism' in defiance of US
Venezuela arrests Guaido aide for 'terrorism' in defiance of US

With Washington already having imposed extensive sanctions on Caracas, the humanitarian and political costs of further blanket measures could be high, with millions of Venezuelans already suffering shortages of food and medicine. He said weapons and foreign cash were found in a predawn raid on Marrero's home. Rights groups say Venezuelan authoritie...

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  • Robert Mueller finishes and submits report on Donald Trump-Russia investigation
Robert Mueller finishes and submits report on Donald Trump-Russia investigation

The next steps are up to Trump's attorney general, to Congress and, in all likelihood, federal courts. In a letter to leaders of the House and Senate Judiciary committees, Barr wrote that there were "no instances" of Mueller's proposed action by his team was "inappropriate or unwarranted".

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  • Trump announces cancellation of new round of sanctions targeting North Korea
Trump announces cancellation of new round of sanctions targeting North Korea

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders did not explain which sanctions he meant in a statement linked to the topic that praised the North Korean dictator. He said in a tweet that everyone should review their own activities to ensure they are not involved in North Korea's sanctions evasion. Trump has stressed his good personal relationship wi...

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  • Geomagnetic storm could make Northern Lights visible in MI this weekend
Geomagnetic storm could make Northern Lights visible in MI this weekend

UTC on Saturday . NOAA, an American agency that monitors the atmosphere, said the Northern Lights could be visible as far south as MI and Wisconsin in the United States. Michiganders could be in for a treat this weekend. They are created by disturbances in Earth's magnetosphere caused by a flow of particles from the Sun, and are usually conc...

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  • Jared Kushner faces scrutiny over alleged use of WhatsApp
Jared Kushner faces scrutiny over alleged use of WhatsApp

Kushner also allegedly asked for a back channel line of communication to be set up between the Trump transition team and Russian officials. Kushner's lawyer confirmed his client's use of WhatsApp in a private meeting. He said he also informed the committee that Kushner complies with all protocols involving classified information. "Now she a...

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  • Trump announces U.S. will recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights
Trump announces U.S. will recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu led the praise of Trump, calling the move a "new Purim miracle". A spokesman for Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called that decision 'a continuation of the hostile approach of the American administration toward our Palestinian people'.

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  • Trump to host Israel's Netanyahu March 25-26: White House
Trump to host Israel's Netanyahu March 25-26: White House

The White House has also refused to produce documents or witnesses in response to our other investigations, including White House officials'alleged use of personal email in violation of federal law, allegations that the president may have violated the Presidential Records Act by destroying documents, and reports from whistleblowers that the adminis...

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  • Electoral College is a hot topic again: Calling James Madison
Electoral College is a hot topic again: Calling James Madison

Trump was wrong; Obama actually won the popular vote over Republican Mitt Romney by 5 million votes, and carried the Electoral College, 332 to 206. "It's like training for the 100 yard dash vs. He has tried to exaggerate the significance of his victory by claiming the Electoral College is stacked in favor of Democrats, although most political...

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  • Joe Biden-Stacey Abrams Meeting Stokes 2020 Ticket Rumors
Joe Biden-Stacey Abrams Meeting Stokes 2020 Ticket Rumors

To run one term and give it to her? Prior to that, Biden represented the state of DE in the US Senate between 1973 and 2009. While getting off to an early lead in support is important, the CNN poll shows not everyone's support is locked in.

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  • Britain has requested Brexit delay until June 30: Theresa May
Britain has requested Brexit delay until June 30: Theresa May

But May did say delaying Brexit did not rule out the possibility that Britain could leave without a deal. May's Brexit deal has twice been crushed by parliament, first in January in the largest government defeat in modern history and again this month by a smaller, yet still sizeable, margin.

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  • 'Husband from hell': Trump escalates feud with adviser Kellyanne Conway's partner
'Husband from hell': Trump escalates feud with adviser Kellyanne Conway's partner

George Conway has criticized Trump on multiple occassions despite his wife's, Kellyanne's, role as Counselor to The President. He regularly uses the social media platform to challenge the legality of Trump administration policies and discuss the possibility of impeaching Trump.

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  • Prime Minister Scott Morrison slams Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan 'coffins' threat
Prime Minister Scott Morrison slams Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan 'coffins' threat

Erdogan spoke of the terrorist attack in New Zealand which left 50 people dead, saying it was as part of a wider attack on Turkey and threatened to send people back in "coffins" if they attempt to turn Istanbul into Constantinople. The New Zealand police commissioner, Mike Bush, told reporters in Christchurch earlier that he was aware of commen...

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  • Brexit Secretary Admits Government Will Still Push For Theresa May's Deal
Brexit Secretary Admits Government Will Still Push For Theresa May's Deal

May had hoped to win over her domestic opponents and bring her deal back to Parliament before a summit of the 28-nation bloc in Brussels on Thursday and Friday. It comes as German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she will fight for an orderly Brexit right up until Britain's planned departure from the EU. In Brussels, Germany's Europe Minister Michae...

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  • Facebook blocked over 1.2 million New Zealand shooting videos at upload
Facebook blocked over 1.2 million New Zealand shooting videos at upload

Facebook said it removed the video "within minutes" of being notified by New Zealand police. The video was viewed fewer than 200 times during the live broadcast and no users reported the video during the live broadcast. Neal Mohan, YouTube's chief product officer, told the Washington Post that as well as cutting human reviewers out of the l...

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  • New Zealand terror attack
New Zealand terror attack

Tarrant- a suspected white supremacist - live-streamed the attack from inside the Masjid Al Noor Mosque on Friday shortly after prayers. Mr Tipple said the store did not sell the shooter the high-powered weapon that was used in the massacre.

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  • New Zealand PM Says Cabinet Has Agreed to Gun Law Reform
New Zealand PM Says Cabinet Has Agreed to Gun Law Reform

Australian Brenton Tarrant , 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with murder on Saturday. He did not request bail and was remanded in custody until an April 5 court appearance. The nationalities of the victims included Indian, Pakistani, Malaysian, Indonesian, Egyptian, Bangladeshi, Saudi, Somalian and Turkish, authorities said.

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  • Israeli soldier and rabbi killed in West Bank attack
Israeli soldier and rabbi killed in West Bank attack

Conricus added that the Palestinian then used the weapon to fire at three vehicles, hitting a civilian and then hijacking a auto which he drove to another junction nearby where he shot a second soldier before continuing on to Bruqin, a nearby Palestinian village.

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  • Many dead in New Zealand shooting at two mosques during Friday prayers
Many dead in New Zealand shooting at two mosques during Friday prayers

British security sources said there were no apparent United Kingdom links to the attack. Also in a social media post just before the attack, an account that is believed to belong to one of the attackers posted a link to an 87-page manifesto that was filled with anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim ideas and explanations for an attack.

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  • Mosque massacre survivor hailed as hero for confronting the shooter, saving lives
Mosque massacre survivor hailed as hero for confronting the shooter, saving lives

Australian-born 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant appeared in the dock as the judge read a single murder charge against him. Do you have a message of support for our friends in New Zealand? "Otherwise, if he managed to come into the mosque, then we would all probably be gone".

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  • Facebook, YouTube blindsided by mosque shooter's live video
Facebook, YouTube blindsided by mosque shooter's live video

Facebook , YouTube and other social media platforms are struggling to scrub offensive content from sites that generate billions of dollars in revenue from advertisers. After Facebook stopped the Christchurch livestream, it told moderators to delete any copies or complimentary comments on the attack. Users intent on sharing the violent video t...

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  • Bomb Cyclone Continues its March Across the Nation
Bomb Cyclone Continues its March Across the Nation

The storm's center was over Iowa and Nebraska on Thursday and will continue delivering risky weather conditions to 105 million people who are under some sort of watch, warning or advisory as it moves east and then north into Canada. At least one tornado was confirmed in the MI community of Vernon, between Lansing and Flint, which damaged at last tw...

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  • Ethiopia crash: 'very scared' pilot mentioned flight control problem
Ethiopia crash: 'very scared' pilot mentioned flight control problem

The investigations into both 737 Max crashes are underway, and expected to focus on the automated controls. Experts say it is too soon to know what caused the crash, but aviation authorities worldwide have grounded Boeing's 737 Maxes , as concerns over the plane caused the company's share price to tumble by around 10 per cent.

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  • Toronto vigil honors victims of New Zealand mosque shootings
Toronto vigil honors victims of New Zealand mosque shootings

While the final casualty figures had not been confirmed when this edition went to press, New Zealand Police confirmed there were 49 people dead and multiple numbers in hospital with critical injuries. The suspect documented his radicalisation and two years of preparations in a lengthy, meandering and conspiracy filled far-right "manifesto". Pol...

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  • Gaza rockets targeted Tel Aviv, says IDF
Gaza rockets targeted Tel Aviv, says IDF

Overnight, Israeli aircraft and helicopters strike dozens of Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip . Netanyahu's main rivalry in the upcoming elections, former army chief of staff Benny Gantz and leader of the Blue and White party said , "Only an aggressive and severe response" was necessary, "otherwise it will be impossible to renew our deterrence...

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  • MPs Are Intent on Reversing Brexit!
MPs Are Intent on Reversing Brexit!

The British pound rose on Friday, posting its best week since January, as Prime Minister Theresa May tried to convince eurosceptics to back her deal to exit the European Union in a third parliamentary vote next week. Support for Mrs May is at a similarly low ebb among Government ministers, with one Cabinet source telling The Telegraph that ...

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  • Yellow vest protests turn violent amid clashes between police, protesters
Yellow vest protests turn violent amid clashes between police, protesters

Rioters set fire to a bank and ransacked stores on Paris' landmark shopping street in a new flare-up of violence as France's yellow vest protests against President Emmanuel Macron and his pro-business reforms entered a fourth month . A posh eatery called Fouquet's, which is associated with politicians and celebrities, was vandalised and set on...

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  • Beto O'Rourke Announces His Run For President In 2020
Beto O'Rourke Announces His Run For President In 2020

O'Rourke didn't just focus his campaigning on urban and suburban areas typically rich with Democratic voters - he traveled to all 254 Texas counties, committing to visit even the reddest, most rural places. O'Rourke joins a crowded field of Democrats who want to challenge President Donald Trump in the November 2020 vote. Some had encouraged O...

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  • Trump 'greatly appreciates' Pelosi's opposition to impeachment
Trump 'greatly appreciates' Pelosi's opposition to impeachment

That's because, despite Pelosi's opposition, Texas Democratic Rep. "Well, I believe that this president is the biggest crisis for America in a generation", Steyer said. The Democrats won control of Congress in the 2006 elections in large measure because of a wave of mass antiwar sentiment. Yet, in a second post on his favorite social media si...

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  • Secretary of State Pompeo announces sanctions on anyone requesting ICC probes
Secretary of State Pompeo announces sanctions on anyone requesting ICC probes

The United States will impose visa restrictions on people responsible for any International Criminal Court probe, a move aimed at preventing actions against US and allies in Afghanistan , the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday.

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