• Aid Workers Killed in South Sudan: United Nations

    Aid Workers Killed in South Sudan: United Nations

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    Three years of civil war in South Sudan have seen warring parties deny access to aid, attack humanitarian workers and loot relief supplies. GENEVA Six aid workers were killed in an ambush in South Sudan on Saturday while travelling from the capital Juba to the town of Pibor, the United Nations said on Sunday, without specifying if they worked for the U.N.
  • Thousands in London take to streets to protest Brexit plan

    Thousands in London take to streets to protest Brexit plan

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    He said: "We want to raise the issue in British and Scottish people's lives that you have lies in the referendum campaign that people were not held accountable for and, whether you voted Remain or Leave, that is a real issue". "We will act together, at different paces and intensity where necessary, while moving in the same direction", it said. Two pro-EU groups are locked in a war of words after refusing to cancel or postpone today's demonstration in London despite being warned it places an ...
  • Joe Biden Regrets Not Running for President

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    A local newspaper, the Observer-Dispatch of Utica , reported his remarks. "I had planned on running for president and although it would have been a very hard primary, I think I could have won", he responded. So I don't regret not running. Biden's question and answer session with students followed a 30-minute lecture about technology, taxation, education, infrastructure investment and what Biden called "the fourth industrial revolution".
  • Freedom Caucus' Jordan: End ObamaCare blaming, 'Let's get to work'

    Freedom Caucus' Jordan: End ObamaCare blaming, 'Let's get to work'

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    Since the bill's defeat on Thursday, the president has stayed above the fray and not blamed anyone for its demise. but that seems to have changed. On Twitter on Sunday morning, Trump wrote : "Democrats are smiling in DC that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club for Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare".
  • U.S. vs. Honduras, 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Player Ratings

    U.S. vs. Honduras, 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Player Ratings

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    Even Donovan himself is impressed: "I just think he's so much further ahead than I was or than any of us were at that age", the country's most capped player and all-time top goalscorer said. The math looks bad but not awful. Sporting KC captain Matt Besler was an unused substitute for the U.S. MNT, which atoned for losses to Mexico and Costa Rica to open the Hex last November.
  • Frosinone, Giovane di Techena d'Alatri muore dopo un pestaggio

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    Secondo una prima ricostruzione Morganti sarebbe stato colpito con pugni, calci e una spranga di ferro. I colpi gli hanno provocato diverse fratture al cranio. Sul caso indagano i carabinieri: i protagonisti della notte di violenza sono stati portati in caserma davanti alla quale si sono radunati familiari e amici.
  • Talks on forming new Northern Ireland government break down

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    Sinn Fein, the province's largest nationalist party, said that no substantive progress had been made on any of the key issues responsible for the impasse and that it would not support nominations to form a new regional executive. They also want to see progress on legacy funding for Northern Ireland conflict victims waiting up to 45 years for answers over how their loved ones died.
  • Chinese premier touches down in New Zealand

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    Wellington in 2008 became the first developed nation to sign a free trade agreement with Beijing and China is now New Zealand's second-largest commercial partner, with two-way trade worth NZ$23 billion (S$22.6 billion) a year ago. New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay said closer ties with Beijing need not affect relations with Washington, which withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) regional trade deal after US President Donald Trump took office.
  • Auto bomb kills at least 5 in Somalia's capital

    Auto bomb kills at least 5 in Somalia's capital

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    Mohamed Hussein says Tuesday's blast was detonated after soldiers tried to stop the auto. A witness, Ahmed Ali, said he saw the bodies of two soldiers after the blast. Al-Shabaab, which has carried out a long-running terror campaign in Somalia, later claimed responsibility. The threat of al-Shabab attacks is a major challenge for the country's new Somali-American president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, who has vowed to make security a priority in this Horn of Africa nation.