• New cyclone threatens Tanzania, Mozambique
New cyclone threatens Tanzania, Mozambique

United Nations officials say they fear it could mean a "humanitarian catastrophe". The southeastern African country, together with Zimbabwe and Malawi, was already badly battered by Cyclone Idai last month. The tropical cyclone caused widespread power outage in the capital Moroni and on the archipelago's two other islands. The International Fed...

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  • First Putin-Kim Summit Held in Vladivostok
First Putin-Kim Summit Held in Vladivostok

Putin praised Kim's efforts to improve ties with the United States. Russian President Vladimir Putin said after holding talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday that he thought US security guarantees would probably not be enough to persuade Pyongyang to shut its nuclear program.

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  • White House Confirms Donald Trump Visit to France and England in June
White House Confirms Donald Trump Visit to France and England in June

President Trump will travel to the United Kingdom and France in June to mark the anniversary of the D-Day landings, the White House announced Tuesday. Trump was also left largely unperturbed by the protest that took place during his last visit. Major refurbishment is now taking place at Buckingham Palace meaning there is not enough space for Tr...

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  • China protests USA sanctions threat for buying Iran oil
China protests USA sanctions threat for buying Iran oil

Five of the countries - Greece, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan - have already heavily reduced their purchases from Iran. Pompeo via a statement released said , "We will continue to apply maximum pressure on the Iranian regime until its leaders change their destructive behaviour, respect the rights of the Iranian people, and return to the neg...

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  • Iran's top leader appoints new IRGC chief commander
Iran's top leader appoints new IRGC chief commander

Articles appear on euronews.com for a limited time. The wording of the letter appears to suggest Jafari himself requested the change of leadership. Recently, the Revolutionary Guards Corps has been designated as a terrorist organisation by the United States.

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  • Nigel Farage on the Brexit Party
Nigel Farage on the Brexit Party

Nigel Evans, the joint executive secretary of the backbench Tory 1922 Committee , told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that calls for the Prime Minister's removal had become a "clamour" and he would be "delighted" if she announced plans to quit today.

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  • Trump says Congress 'can't impeach' him
Trump says Congress 'can't impeach' him

Trump defiantly proclaimed on Twitter that the investigation "didn't lay a glove on me". A decision by Democrats to pursue impeachment over an obstruction charge in a politically charged independent investigation would be risky - a lesson Republicans learned 21 years ago after the move to impeach Bill Clinton.

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  • Danish Billionaire Loses 3 Kids in Sri Lanka Attacks
Danish Billionaire Loses 3 Kids in Sri Lanka Attacks

The blasts targeted St Anthony's Church in Colombo, St Sebastian's Church in the western coastal town of Negombo and another church in the eastern town of Batticaloa as the Easter Sunday mass were in progress. The billionaire's interests go beyond fashion and retail. The 46-year-old businessman and one of the United Kingdom and Scotland's big...

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  • The New IRA Admits Killing Journalist Lyra McKee
The New IRA Admits Killing Journalist Lyra McKee

Irish detectives investigating McKee's murder in Londonderry on April 18 arrested two teenagers, ages 18 and 19, on Saturday, according to a statement from local police. I believed that it was better to be dead than out and gay. The 29-year-old freelance writer, Lyra McKee, died after shots were fired in Derry, or Londonderry, after police sear...

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  • Supreme Court Signals Support for Trump's Census Citizenship Question
Supreme Court Signals Support for Trump's Census Citizenship Question

As such, the plaintiffs warn that the government's move strikes at the very heart of democracy, since population is used to apportion federal funds, seats in Congress, and draw legislative district lines. Inside the courtroom, there appeared to be a clear divide between the court's five conservative justices and the four more liberal-leaning justic...

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  • Baby dies in 'medical emergency' on AirAsia flight
Baby dies in 'medical emergency' on AirAsia flight

Later, as Ms Parenzee was closing her eyes to sleep, a flight attended tapped her on the shoulder to ask for help. Nadia Parenzee, a former nurse, was holding the baby on the AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur when the medical emergency unfolded.

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  • Iran and Pakistan to form joint rapid reaction force at border: Rouhani
Iran and Pakistan to form joint rapid reaction force at border: Rouhani

The February suicide bombing attack killed 27 members of the Revolutionary Guards in Iran's Sistan-Baluchistan province. Prime Minister Imran Khan met Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Presidential Palace in Tehran on Monday, Radio Pakistan reported .

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  • Discredited liar Sarah Huckabee Sanders defends her constant lying
Discredited liar Sarah Huckabee Sanders defends her constant lying

Sanders made similar claims multiple times on two different days. In an interview with Mueller's team, Sanders, who has been promoted to press secretary, said the assertion was a "slip of the tongue". Sanders stopped holding daily press briefings previous year. It was merely prelude to what's happening in the White House today. According to ...

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  • Lyra McKee: Special measures being looked at for witnesses
Lyra McKee: Special measures being looked at for witnesses

It took place after a similar march by the same organisation in Dublin led to widespread criticism coming days after the death of Lyra McKee in Derry . Earlier on Sunday, Derry's Catholic bishop Donal McKeown said the nationalist Creggan community, where Ms McKee died, needed "liberation" from dissident republicans .

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  • Poroshenko admits defeat, ready to congratulate Zelensky on victory
Poroshenko admits defeat, ready to congratulate Zelensky on victory

Results from the exit poll released Sunday after voting stations closed showed Zelenskiy receiving 73.2 per cent of the nationwide vote, Poroshenko 25.3 per cent. That conflict has claimed nearly 13,000 lives, with at least 3,321 civilian deaths, according to United Nations estimates. This is the decision of the majority of Ukrainian people.

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  • Indian, Australian warships arrive in China for naval parade
Indian, Australian warships arrive in China for naval parade

A total of 32 Chinese vessels and 39 aircraft will be present at the grand naval parade on April 23, according to Qiu Yanpeng , deputy commander of the People's Liberation Army Navy. Washington and Beijing have frequently jousted over the militarization of the South China Sea, where China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and the Philippines all ...

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  • Bashir's $150m fund: Cash hoard in suitcases found at deposed leader's home
Bashir's $150m fund: Cash hoard in suitcases found at deposed leader's home

Mahmoud confirmed that the cash is secure within the vaults of the Bank of Sudan , and that charges will be filed against the former president under the foreign exchange and money laundering law. SPA alerted on Friday that it was due to announce a team that will be taking over from the transitional military council, TMC, that seized power from pre...

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  • 'I'm F-cked.' How President Trump Reacted to Robert Mueller's Appointment
'I'm F-cked.' How President Trump Reacted to Robert Mueller's Appointment

The NAACP is not having it and believes that the evidence obtained about the President's actions and intent may not prove collusion with Russian Federation in their attempts to win the 2016 election, it also does not exonerate him completely.

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  • Woman caught on video dumping 7 puppies in SoCal dumpster
Woman caught on video dumping 7 puppies in SoCal dumpster

The woman is accused of leaving the newborn puppies in a plastic bag near a dumpster behind a NAPA Auto Parts store on Thursday afternoon, according to Riverside County Animal Services . The bag was sealed and cavalierly tossed into the bin causing Animal Services to term the case one of "willful act of animal cruelty". The puppies were cared fo...

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  • Queen attends Easter Sunday service on 93rd birthday
Queen attends Easter Sunday service on 93rd birthday

George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, the location of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding almost a year ago. For her part, the birthday monarch wore a festive mint suit and matching hat topped off with a bright pink bow for the service.

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  • Deposed Omar Al-Bashir Moved To Kober Maximum Security Prison
Deposed Omar Al-Bashir Moved To Kober Maximum Security Prison

It should be remembered that relentless protesters are still demonstrating in Sudan's streets to urge the military to hand over the power to the civilian class, which the worldwide community is also advocating. The council also ordered the "suspension of the transfer of ownership of any shares until further notice and for any large or suspect trans...

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  • Sudan opposition to present candidates for civilian leadership on Sunday
Sudan opposition to present candidates for civilian leadership on Sunday

Sudan's seen the biggest-yet protests calling for the transitional military council to stand down and appoint a civilian government. A Sudanese official and a former minister said Wednesday, April, 17, 2019, that the military has transferred ousted President Omar al-Bashir to the city's Kopar Prison in Khartoum.

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  • Nigeria drops to 120th on World Press Freedom index
Nigeria drops to 120th on World Press Freedom index

Topped by Norway, the 'World Press Freedom Index 2019′, reveals an increased sense of hostility towards journalists across the world, with violent attacks in India leading to at least six Indian journalists being killed in the line of their work previous year.

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  • California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison
California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison

The contents of the chilling 911 call made by the 17-year-old daughter about the Turpin parents' years of torture and abuse of their 13 captive children has finally been revealed. 'They are relieved they can now move forward with their lives and not have the specter of a trial hanging over their heads and all the stress that would have caused, ' ...

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  • One woman dies in Northern Ireland violence
One woman dies in Northern Ireland violence

Police say the New IRA , a group of " violent dissident Republicans ", are likely responsible for the killing. "A senseless act. A family has been torn apart". "This behaviour is not in our name; we have all been wounded by these actions". Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neil, who plans to travel to Derry to stand in solidarity against the murder, sa...

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  • Avalanche in Banff National Park; 3 climbers presumed dead
Avalanche in Banff National Park; 3 climbers presumed dead

A standout climb by Lama , Routen said, was on the Compressor Route in Patagonia's Cerro Torre. David Lama, Hansjörg Auer, and Jess Roskelley were reported missing after an avalanche in the Canadian Rockies, according to early reports from Austrian newspaper Tiroler Tageszeitung .

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  • Electrical short-circuit likely cause of massive Notre Dame fire
Electrical short-circuit likely cause of massive Notre Dame fire

The fire tore through Notre Dame on Monday, burning the building's roof and causing its spire to collapse. A preliminary investigation of the scene on Tuesday found no immediate signs of arson, the city's public prosecutor said. During Thursday's ceremonies, crews continued their work to secure key sections of the fire-ravaged structure, whic...

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  • Blackpool Easter bank holiday weekend weather: Temperatures set to soar
Blackpool Easter bank holiday weekend weather: Temperatures set to soar

A slow-moving system from the west will bring inclement weather later today and all the way through Easter Sunday . "With temperatures usually around 10 to 13 Celsius at this time of year, it's certainly going to be significantly warmer than average this Easter weekend and quite a contrast to the colder weather we have seen so far this month"....

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  • LVMH Group pledges $226m towards Notre-Dame reconstruction
LVMH Group pledges $226m towards Notre-Dame reconstruction

Monday's fire collapsed the spire and burned through the roof of the 12th-century building, sparking an outpouring of grief and reminiscing of visits to the Parisian landmark. France will open the redesign of Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral's historic spire to worldwide architects after Monday night's catastrophic blaze that gutted the centuries-...

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  • Teenage girl 'infatuated' with Columbine school massacre found dead from self-inflicted gunshot
Teenage girl 'infatuated' with Columbine school massacre found dead from self-inflicted gunshot

Another student noticed things that stood out about Pais . Pais had apparently logged some of her thoughts in various journal entries, replete with nods to her favorite music (Nine Inch Nails to Smashing Pumpkins) and doodles of firing guns and blood-dripping knives.

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