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Despite his administration's certification of Iran's compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, U.S. PresidentDonald Trumpon Thursday accused Iran of "not living up to the spirit" of the nuclear deal. "It's not very meaningful". Amid concern over a possible government shutdown to coincide with Trump's 100th day as president, Meyers said: "Under Trump, our federal government is staffed as well as a Duane Reade on a Sunday morning", he said.
  • Trump to visit Israel, the Vatican and Saudi Arabia

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    The decision to visit Israel and Saudi Arabia first is an unprecedented move from the presidential tradition of visiting either Canada or Mexico first. president will make any address during his visit. But they recognized Trump will face challenges in rebooting the Israeli-Palestinian peace process- even with help from the Arab world- just one day after the president said that peace may not be as hard to achieve as people have long thought.
  • New Afghanistan troop plan goes to White House next week

    New Afghanistan troop plan goes to White House next week

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    The plan will likely include a request for more US troops. Theresa Whelan, acting assistant secretary of defence for special operations, low-intensity conflict, testified to the Senate that the Pentagon was completing its review of potential adjustments to USA war plans.
  • United States to Battle the Turks? Deploys Troops along Turkish Syrian Border

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    The Syrian Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG) are seen by Washington as the most effective fighting force in the battle against jihadists in Syria. Since Tuesday the YPG and Turkish forces have traded artillery fire along the Syria-Turkey border. The Pentagon said last week that US forces operate "in close proximity with" SDF fighters in northern Syria, including near the Turkish border.
  • Two dead, including suspect in Dallas-area college shooting

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    A math tutor at the college, Nasrin Nanbakhsh, said she saw a man shoot a woman in a hallway. He then turned the gun on himself and committed suicide, but not before causing a massive panic. after a report of shots fired on campus in the 5000 block of North MacArthur Boulevard. - Irving Police Dept. (@IrvingPD) May 3, 2017There appears to be no continuing threat but police will continue to search to make the campus safe.
  • Meteo ALGHERO: oggi e domani nubi sparse, Domenica 7 sereno

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    L'intensità solare più alta sarà alle ore 13 con un valore UV di 7.5, corrispondente a 908W/mq. Entrando nel dettaglio, avremo cielo poco nuvoloso o velato al mattino, bel tempo al pomeriggio e alla sera. Durante la giornata di dopodomani la temperatura massima registrata sarà di 17°C, la minima di 13°C, lo zero termico si attesterà a 2300 m. I venti saranno al mattino moderati e proverranno da Nordovest, al pomeriggio moderati e proverranno da Nordovest.
  • Turkish strikes kill 20 Kurdish fighters

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    The Syrian Kurdish faction, the YPG, is a close ally of the United States, and has been heavily armed by them with an eye toward using them to fight against ISIS. The United States considers the Popular Protection Units, known as the YPG, as key allies against Islamic State. Syrian activists said the attack in Syria killed at least 18 members of the Syrian Kurdish militia known as the People's Protection Units, a USA ally against IS.
  • French election countdown: Macron 'ahead' but Le Pen fights on

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    Varoufakis wrote that it was a "veritable mystery" why "certain leaders of the left" had not yet favored the centrist candidate Macron over the far-right Le Pen in the second round of the French presidential election scheduled on May 7. Her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, has long courted controversy for his views on the Holocaust. Macron is campaigning on pro-European, pro-free market, liberal views that could not be more different from with Le Pen's anti-globalization, anti-European Union stance.
  • Mysterious photo of girl caught on trail camera spooks town, report says

    Mysterious photo of girl caught on trail camera spooks town, report says

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    He told News 10 he had never seen anything like it. Claims that a supernatural spirit is wandering around a town in upstate NY have been put to rest by the grandfather of the "ghostly" girl captured in a now-viral photograph. Tania Woodward, president of the Greenwich Paranormal Research Team, told ABC7 she and her team would like to examine the actual camera that took the photo.
  • Le Pen sotto inchiesta dopo denuncia di Macron

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    Le tre scelte possibili erano scheda bianca o annullata, astensione o voto per Emmanuel Macron. Alla fine, secondo un sondaggio dell'istituto Elabe per BFM-Tv , sarebbe stato il candidato di En Marche! a fare breccia tra i francesi. Macron ha respinto le accuse al mittente, notando che la candidata del Front National non ha votato la legislazione anti-terrorismo francese né quella europea.