• 'No doubt' Syria behind chemical attack: Mattis

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    Despite hopes of an improvement in ties under Trump, the fallout over the alleged chemical attack and United States bombing meant the Syrian conflict - in which more than 320,000 people have died - has dominated Tillerson's visit. The Putin-Tillerson meeting was believed to be the first between the Russian President and a top member of Mr Trump's administration since the USA businessman took office in January.
  • Search for suspect in Facebook homicide video widens to several states

    Search for suspect in Facebook homicide video widens to several states

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    Stephens and Godwin did not appear to know each other, according to authorities. Stephens has been dubbed the "Facebook killer" by some after he posted a video of Godwin's murder to Facebook on Sunday. The video was online for about three hours before Facebook removed it. Although Stephens claimed responsibility for additional killings, authorities have only confirmed one victim.
  • South Korea-US free trade agreement to be reviewed, reformed: Pence

    South Korea-US free trade agreement to be reviewed, reformed: Pence

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    Pence told reporters near the Demilitarized Zone on Monday that Trump was hopeful China would use its "extraordinary levers" to pressure the North to abandon its weapons program, a day after the North's failed missile test launch. Last year, Reuters reported that North Korea was using Sinotruk HOWO trucks to display a new mobile artillery system. China still has a lot it could do, things that are even more damaging like cutting all oil exports to North Korea.
  • Dress Decently, IIT Delhi Hostel Tells Women. No Dress Code, Says Director

    Dress Decently, IIT Delhi Hostel Tells Women. No Dress Code, Says Director

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    The circular asked the residents of the girls hostel of IIT-Delhi to wear "full covered decent western or Indian dresses" on House Day. However, the official website of the IIT Delhi says that the Open House event is on April 22nd. Xaviers college in Mumbai had issued a notice suggesting banning of torn and ripped jeans on the college campus. Another premier institution, Delhi's Hindu College, had also introduced a dress code for women students past year.
  • Tense Easter as Arkansas Fights for Executions

    Tense Easter as Arkansas Fights for Executions

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    Like several other states, Arkansas uses a combination of potassium chloride, midazolam, and vecuronium bromide to carry out the executions. This combination of file photos provided by the Arkansas Department of Correction shows death-row inmates Bruce Earl Ward, left, and Don William Davis.
  • May To Seek Snap Election For June 8

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    Mrs May said she wanted to make a success of Britain's future outside of the European Union, but that divisions in Westminster would hamper her ability to do so. Sturgeon also said in a statement that Scotland must be "protected" from a Conservative Party trying to seize control of government for many years to come.
  • N Korea army vows 'merciless' response to US provocation

    N Korea army vows 'merciless' response to US provocation

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    Morell stressed that the North's nuclear capabilities were a current threat. The official, who wasn't authorized to be quoted by name and demanded anonymity, lamented Pyongyang's "far too common and far too dangerous" provocations, and said Washington would work with global partners to cut the North's government off "from the rest of the world".
  • Trump administration declines to brand China a currency manipulator

    Trump administration declines to brand China a currency manipulator

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    Trump, who claimed China was the grand champion of currency manipulation just two months ago, unexpectedly shifted gears, not only to say China is not a currency manipulator but he also said he had good chemistry with Xi. "Only in this way can we better embody fair trade", Li said. The Trump administration wants to find more of that kind of foreign direct investment, and hopes to attract some with the $1 trillion plan to rebuild USA roads, bridges and other types of infrastructure.
  • Stockholm truck attack suspect confesses to a 'terrorist crime'

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    The man suspected of ramming a stolen truck into a crowd in Stockholm , killing four people and wounding 15, has admitted guilt and agreed to be arrested, his lawyer said Tuesday. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. After about an hour, journalists were readmitted into the courtroom and the judge remanded Akilov in custody.