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The early poll expects a two-thirds majority in the Commons. May is expected to put the mandate for Brexit at the heart of her election campaign but she was reluctant to elaborate on her plan beyond her formal document setting out her desire for more control over immigration, leaving the single market and removing the United Kingdom from the jurisdiction of the European courts.
  • Turkey election board 'rejects referendum annulment bid'

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    Binali Yildirim said Wednesday the electoral board would rule on the main opposition Republican People's Party's request for the referendum's annulment. Global election monitors, including from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, noted a series of irregularities, and said the decision to accept as valid ballots without official stamps undermined safeguards against fraud and was contrary to Turkish law.
  • 'Powerful' USS Carl Vinson steams toward North Korea

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    White House officials told the Times that the military's Pacific Command made the announcement prematurely, and the mistake was repeated later by defence secretary Jim Mattis . But on Saturday, a full week after the initial news release , the Navy posted a photograph showing the Carl Vinson traveling south through the Sunda Strait between the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java - about 3,500 miles southwest of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Ministers Fear, Want To Keep Me Out Of AIADMK: Dinakaran

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    In an unprecedented move, VK Sasikala and family was shown the exit door from AIADMK (Amma) on Monday after a long meeting at Tamil Nadu chief minister E Palaniswami's residence. Dinakaran is the nephew of the party's general secretary VK Sasikala, who is now in jail after she was found guilty in a disproportionate assets case.
  • Afghan 'Mother Of All Bombs' Toll Touches 90

    Afghan 'Mother Of All Bombs' Toll Touches 90

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    The officials said that Gen. John Nicholson has standing authority to use the bomb, which is called the Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb (MOAB). But ISIS later released a counter-statement denying that any of its militants were killed or injured in the blast attack.
  • Patriots' Rob Gronkowski jokingly crashes White House briefing

    Patriots' Rob Gronkowski jokingly crashes White House briefing

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    Defensive Tackle Alan Branch told The Boston Globe that he was skipping the event because he was disturbed by Trump's sexist comments captured in an Access Hollywood video. The president isn't mentioning quarterback Tom Brady. Trump lavished praise on team owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick, and saluted the Patriots for their wild, come-from-behind win over Atlanta two months ago.
  • 'We're not getting along with Russian Federation at all'

    'We're not getting along with Russian Federation at all'

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    For Trump, the crises have come quicker and the learning curve has been faster. As the Federal Bureau of Investigation and multiple congressional committees investigate possible collusion between Russian Federation and Trump's campaign, the president and his aides can now point to his hard-line stance on Syrian President Bashar Assad as evidence he's willing to stand up to Putin.
  • Tech sector splits on visa changes after 457 dumped

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    Speaking at a breakfast for the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Canberra yesterday, Mr Turnbull also revealed more changes to conditions for migrants applying for permanent residency. Employers who fail to meet requirements - including advertising jobs over six months - will be named and shamed. The quiz asks factual multiple-choice questions about Anzac Day, Australia's system of government and the colours of the Aboriginal flag.
  • North Korea parades what appears to be new ICBM

    North Korea parades what appears to be new ICBM

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    But, according to AFP , Choe Ryong-Hae, an aide of Kim Jong Un's, said that North Korea could "beat down enemies with the power of nuclear justice", adding that the North was "prepared to respond to an all-out war with an all-out war". Under the clear sky and to the sound of the military band, dozens of military vehicles and an entire army of soldiers passed through the country's biggest square named in honor of Kim Il-sung, whose 105th birthday is being celebrated on Saturday.