• In Syria, The News Of US Missile Strike Is Greeted With Ambivalence

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    Roy Blunt told a St. Louis radio station on Friday that Trump's strike "was the right thing to do and the right response to another atrocity, six years now of atrocities by the (Bashar Assad) regime". Moran on Friday was more restrained than some of his fellow Republicans . This mission signaled a radical departure from what candidate and now President Trump had suggested would be his administration's position of disengagement on Syria.
  • USA 'prepared to do more' in Syria if chemical weapons used again

    USA 'prepared to do more' in Syria if chemical weapons used again

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    Cavusoglu, whose country is a strong backer of the Syrian opposition, said the most ideal process will be a political solution that leads to a transitional government accepted by all Syrians as soon as possible. "We strongly condemn the illegitimate actions by the USA", said Vladimir Safronkov. US Ambassador Nikki Haley has delivered a warning at an emergency session of the UN Security Council.
  • Syria war: Should Congress have approved Trump missile strikes?

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    In a statement last night, after he gave orders to strike the Syrian air base from which the chemical weapon attack originated, Trump said , "Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women, and children". McMaster added that the level of confidence among USA officials has only grown since the Tuesday attack, pointing specifically to evidence gleaned from the victims of the attack.
  • United States military confirms N. Korea fired missile into Sea of Japan

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    At the time of the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the then North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il disappeared from public view for around six weeks-and was widely believed to have gone into hiding for fear of a USA attack. Chang Yong-Seok, a senior researcher at the Institute for Peace and Unification at Seoul National University, said Kim's son, current leader Kim Jong-Un, had no reason to take such precautions.
  • Scotland's first minister formally requests second independence referendum

    Scotland's first minister formally requests second independence referendum

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    The First Minister calls for "early discussions" with Number 10 to agree a section 30 order, which would temporarily transfer the authority to hold a referendum from Westminster to Holyrood. Ms Sturgeon on the other hand insists that the Brexit vote has dramatically altered the situation and pointed out that she was elected on a mandate that promised a new independence referendum should Brexit come to pass.
  • Coalition airstrike on boat kills 7 civilians

    Coalition airstrike on boat kills 7 civilians

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    Activist groups that operate in IS-held territory and are opposed to the militants have reported increasing numbers of civilian deaths from USA -led airstrikes in recent weeks. Earlier Saturday, activists and state media said an airstrike by the US -led coalition on the northern IS-held village of Hneida killed at least 14 civilians, including children.
  • Attacco terroristico in Russia, bomba nella metropolitana: 14 morti e 47 feriti

    Attacco terroristico in Russia, bomba nella metropolitana: 14 morti e 47 feriti

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    Il piano dei criminali prevedeva che Akbarzhon Jalilov piazzasse una bomba alla stazione della metro di San Pietroburgo che sarebbe poi dovuta esplodere dopo quella del vagone. Ieri sera il presidente Vladimir Putin ha reso loro omaggio: ha posato un grande mazzo di rose rosse accanto alla montagna di fiori e ai lumini raccolti vicino alla stazione del metrò colpita.
  • Worldwide Release Brings Shipment Record to 1.5 Million

    Worldwide Release Brings Shipment Record to 1.5 Million

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    Those that have played Persona 5 all agreed that the game is well-presented and the experience offered is unique when compared to other mainstream titles of the same genre. Although people are well aware of the potential consequences their actions hold, many people have openly spoken about not caring at all. Reviews for Persona 5 praise the game across the board, leading one to think that maybe it's just a better game than Persona 4 was.
  • Woman found dead in Pickering home, police investigating

    Woman found dead in Pickering home, police investigating

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    Police are calling the “sudden death” of Arianna Goberdham, of Ajax, a murder. Investigators confirmed she was nine months pregnant and the baby did not survive. Police say he was last seen driving a black 2015 Infinity with the Ontario license plate, BVBP480. This is Durham Region's fifth homicide of the year.
  • AG threatens to pull funds from sanctuary cities

    AG threatens to pull funds from sanctuary cities

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    It is entirely appropriate for the federal government to make law-enforcement funding conditional on jurisdictions not themselves ignoring the law. "However, if someone commits a crime, they will be held accountable whether or not they are a citizen and we will continue to cooperate with federal authorities".