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Speaking outside her Downing Street residence in London, May said that the parliament will be asked to vote on Wednesday to decide whether an election should be held or not. She said the "division in Westminster will risk our ability to make a success of Brexit". May said that "our opponents believe that because the government's majority is so small, our resolve will weaken and that they can force us to change course" on leaving the EU.
  • Delta to pay up to $10000 to bumped customers

    Delta to pay up to $10000 to bumped customers

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    The poll from Morning Consult - which was conducted after a passenger was violently dragged off a United flight last week - could spell trouble for the embattled airline. She said "employees are empowered to intervene in all situations with guidance to do right by our Customers". Cowen and Co. analyst Helane Becker said Monday that investors should be concerned if the incident leads to more government regulation of the airlines.
  • 19 killed in Sri Lanka as massive mound of garbage collapses

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    Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe, who is heading the rescue efforts, said authorities were struggling to determine exactly how many people were trapped under the debris due to a lack of information from the residents. Despite being warned recently that the 23 million tons of waste at Kolonnawa were a serious health hazard, Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, who was visiting Japan at the time, finally promised over the weekend to shut down the dump.
  • Trump congratulates Erdogan as others dispute his election

    Trump congratulates Erdogan as others dispute his election

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    It would also mean that Erdogan, who became president in 2014, could seek two more five-year terms leaving him in power until 2029. Official tallies were expected to be released within 12 days of the vote. He also suggested that a referendum could be held on the issue. Simsek said the government would focus on restoring political stability and stimulating growth after voters approved a shift from a parliamentary-led system to an executive presidency.
  • Arkansas inmate has last meal as courts decide fate

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    Last week, the US Bishops' Conference's Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development pleaded with the Governor of Arkansas to reconsider his plans to execute seven men in the next 11 days to use up the state's last batch of the controversial drug Midazolam because it is due to expire at the end of the month.
  • Ibaka sits out practice, but expected to play

    Ibaka sits out practice, but expected to play

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    There is too much on the line for the Raptors not to come out all guns blazing, but this just feels like a few points too many to be giving this Bucks team after what I saw in Game 1. There is no hot take bathed in recency bias regarding the Milwaukee Bucks out there I won't approach with an open mind. Khris Middleton: Middleton has played very well since returning from an injury that kept him out the first half of the National Basketball Association season.
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    L'annuncio di Theresa May: "Elezioni anticipate l'8 giugno"

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    May ha ammesso di aver escluso in passato il voto anticipato, ma di ritenere ora che questo sia "l'unico modo per garantire certezza" al Paese e condurre in porto la Brexit: "Ne abbiamo bisogno e ne abbiamo bisogno ora", ha detto. Jeremy Corbyn , leader del partito laburista, ha confermato che il principale partito d'opposizione britannico è pronto ad accogliere la richiesta della May.
  • The first female Boston Marathon runner competes for 50th anniversary

    The first female Boston Marathon runner competes for 50th anniversary

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    American Jordan Hasay, making her first run at the 26.2-mile distance, was third and Desi Linden was fourth - the first time since 1991 that two USA women have finished in the top four. "How could I not love somebody who changed my life in such a positive way, even if it was a negative beginning?" Keflezighi plans to step down from elite running this fall after the New York Marathon, which would be his 26th event at that distance.
  • Toll from attack on Syrian evacuees rises to 112

    Toll from attack on Syrian evacuees rises to 112

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    We urge all parties involved in to guarantee the safety of people who are now seeking for safer places and call for prosecution of those responsible for this attack, he said. Syrian rescue workers of the Civil Defence said that they had taken away at least 100 bodies from the site of Saturday's blast, which hit buses carrying Shia residents as they waited to cross from rebel into government territory in an evacuation deal between the warring sides.
  • Workers plug Alaska North Slope oil well that leaked gas

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    The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said Friday the spill is ongoing and the volume is unknown, AP reported. PRUDHOE BAY-DEADHORSE, Alaska (March 12, 2007) - At the northern end of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Prudhoe Bay-Deadhorse, Alaska, also serves as the beach detachment for the Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station (APLIS) which has been established on a drifting ice floe about 180 nautical miles north in support of arctic testing for U.S.
  • Dozens of children dead in Syria evacuees bombing

    Dozens of children dead in Syria evacuees bombing

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    On Saturday, a suicide attacker detonated a auto bomb in the Rashidin neighborhood of Aleppo near a convoy of buses, which were carrying civilians evacuated from the Syrian Shiite towns of Fua and Kefraya, claiming lives of at least 70 people and injuring over 100 as a result.
  • Monitor says suspected US coalition air strikes kill 23 in east Syria

    Monitor says suspected US coalition air strikes kill 23 in east Syria

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    Airstrikes by the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group killed 20 civilians in Syria's eastern Deir Ezzor province yesterday, a monitor says. Earlier on Monday, a US-led coalition strike killed seven civilians, including a child, in the village of Husseinyeh, the monitor says. Most of the oil-rich province of Deir Ezzor, in Syria's east, is held by IS, including parts of the provincial capital, Deir Ezzor city.