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Traditional feast was served in Christian homes, marking the end of the 40-day period of Lent when believers shun luxuries and worldly pleasures. Pope Francis denounced how migrants, the poor and the marginalized are treated. Both agreed that the religious aspect of the holiday was important. Nusseibeh blamed that on tough economic times and security concerns among Middle Eastern Christians, who feel under threat in Iraq and Syria.
  • Arkansas court halts first two in series of executions

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    The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Arkansas' request to lift a stay that would have allowed the state to conduct its first execution in almost a dozen years. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday reversed her decision. The separate 8th Circuit Court decision vacated a ruling made over the weekend by a US district judge that halted all eight executions.
  • Israele: in sciopero della fame oltre mille detenuti palestinesi

    Israele: in sciopero della fame oltre mille detenuti palestinesi

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    Lo ha reso noto il responsabile dell'Autorità nazionale palestinese (Anp) per i detenuti, Issa Qaraqe, spiegando che la protesta coinvolge almeno 1.300 detenuti e potrebbe allargarsi ancora. Lo ha affermato il ministro per la sicurezza interna Ghilad Erdan (Likud) in un'intervista alla radio militare. L'Anp li considera in gran parte prigionieri politici.
  • Trump says China working with U.S

    Trump says China working with U.S

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    His stance on Russian Federation and Syrian President Bashar-al Assad has also done a 180. The meeting did not have many agreements or great announcements, but that should not be surprising if you take into account that before the meeting held on April 6 and 7 in Florida, the USA administration advanced that the objective of the leaders was to know themselves better and create the basis for a new course in the bilateral relations.
  • White House: Trump congratulates Erdogan after disputed win

    White House: Trump congratulates Erdogan after disputed win

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    About 100,000 people have been fired from their jobs in the crackdown that followed on supporters of a US -based Islamic cleric and former Erdogan ally whom the president blamed for the attempted putsch. Not only did some "no" voters face intimidation at the polls, the observers said Monday, but the ballots themselves didn't even state what the vote was about.
  • Vijay Mallya Arrested By Scotland Yard In London

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    Find us on Facebook too! Earlier on Wednesday, Delhi Court issued an open-ended Non-bailable warrent against Mallya in connection to the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA-1995) violation case. The business tycoon has been accused of defaulting on loans worth crores and will soon be produced at the metropolitan court. Mallya, who arrived here in March past year and had his Indian passport revoked, would appear before the Westminster magistrates court later in the day, the sources said.
  • Roma, lite per fettuccine: tenta uccidere compagna con mattarello

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    L'uomo, un italiano 50enne con precedenti, è stato arrestato dai carabinieri di Tivoli . I fatti a Castelverde , in una casa situata in via Raiano . Al culmine di una lite ha tentato di strangolare la compagna e poi l'ha colpita ripetutamente con un mattarello in testa . E' in gravi condizioni, ma non sarebbe in pericolo di vita.
  • Russia 'open to dialogue' with US despite problems: Lavrov

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    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is to urge Russian Federation to stop supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad after last week's chemical weapons attack. "There hasn't been a single fact, although under the pressure of President Donald Trump's foes the White House has been forced to periodically make statements containing unfounded accusations against us".
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ price, deals and pre-order offers

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    In just few weeks of the Galaxy S8 lineup pre-orders going live in the United States and South Korea, Samsung witnessed a "double digit growth" (at least 10 percent) over Galaxy S7's past year. Though, the USA variants of the Galaxy S8 and the S8+ come with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor. With the imminent release of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, it comes as no surprise that Samsung is prepping an active model for this generation of the phone.
  • U.S., Mexico and Canada announce 2026 World Cup bid

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    The network claims CONCACAF, football's governing body in Central and North America, will make a proposal to FIFA at its congress in May for a period of time to showcase its bid without competitors. Blame CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani for that. There are no doubts as to where his allegiance lies. No. There are many obstacles to overcome.
  • Modi leaves Odisha as BJP national executive meet concludes

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    BJP National President Amit Shah is likely to visit Jammu in the end of this month ahead of reshuffle of portfolios in BJP. Stating that BJP has forgotten its poll promise of 2004, he said the prime minister should have declared "special category state status" for Odisha and a special financial package on the pattern doled out to Bihar.