• Venezuela officials: 12 dead in overnight violence

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    April 20-21: Twelve people are killed overnight, as riot police and civilian vigilantes fight running battles with protesters. "The person responsible for everything that is happening in Venezuela is Nicolas Maduro and his corrupt, narco-trafficking leadership", Capriles said .
  • China puts bombers on high alert

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    Another official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss an intelligence matter, said the missile was a Scud variant that the US calls a KN-17. But he told the sailors, "as all of you know, readiness is the key. We feel very gratified about this". The United States told council members it cut the words because they "would overly narrow the means by which the worldwide community could arrive at a peaceful and comprehensive solution to the North Korean nuclear problem", according to ...
  • Pipeline firm cited for 2M-gallon spill of drilling mud

    Pipeline firm cited for 2M-gallon spill of drilling mud

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    The next day, about 50,000 gallons of bentonite spilled in Richland County, about 70 miles (113 kilometers) northeast of Columbus, after a pump failed. Daniels said the spill has been completely cleaned up and the work on that section of the pipeline has been completed. Once completed, the Rover Pipeline will transport up to 3.25 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day to markets in the Midwest, Northeast, and Canada, with direct deliveries to Ohio.
  • European Union urges Venezuela to 'de-escalate' deadly protest tensions

    European Union urges Venezuela to 'de-escalate' deadly protest tensions

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    At a counter march of government supporters downtown, Energy Minister Luis Motta Dominguez told lines of protesters that reports about the young man were false. That same month, the U.S. Treasury Department designated Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami for sanctions on drug trafficking charges. "Today the people stood by Maduro!" the president said, blasting his rivals as "anti-Christs".
  • Terror Suspected In Deadly Paris Shooting Days Before Election

    Terror Suspected In Deadly Paris Shooting Days Before Election

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    France is facing its most uncertain presidential elections in decades. Polls are still nail-bitingly tight, so the election result is far from as clear-cut as it has looked in previous years. "We have to vote to stop the extremes but among the moderates, it's a really hard choice". The nightmare scenario is Le Pen vs. Melenchon: two market-unfriendly candidates.
  • China pledges to build 'indestructible force' in military reshuffle

    China pledges to build 'indestructible force' in military reshuffle

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    Russian Federation has blocked the UN Security Council from condemning North Korea's latest missile test even though China had backed the strongly-worded statement drafted by the United States, diplomats said. "China expresses serious concern with recent trends about North Korea's nuclear and missile development". Mr Pence's speech on the aircraft carrier followed meetings in Tokyo on Tuesday with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, where he noted that "all options are on the table".
  • Trump says China could solve NKorea 'problem'

    Trump says China could solve NKorea 'problem'

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    Trump said he does "see a role in getting rid of ISIS", though it was unclear whether he believes that role should extend to Libya. -European free trade agreement negotiated by the Obama administration. "France has a momentum for defense spending as a reaction to terror attacks, while the Baltic states are fearful of Russian Federation, but there is no will in Italy on the part of voters or politicians to increase spending", he said.
  • Family of Robert Godwin reacts to Steve Stephens' death

    Family of Robert Godwin reacts to Steve Stephens' death

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    The US man wanted for killing Godwin in OH and then posting a video of the murder on Facebook fatally shot himself Tuesday after a brief pursuit in neighboring Pennsylvania , police said. Following a short pursuit of about a mile or so, police executed the pit maneuver - striking a vehicle on one of its fenders to make it spin - on Buffalo Road by an abandoned school and an officer saw Stephens pull out a pistol and shoot himself.
  • Sterling is continuing to rise after MPs voted for a general election

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    Analysis of polling data conducted by the Times newspaper showed May could win a landslide majority of 114 seats, up from the Conservatives' 12-seat victory in 2015. "It's about asking the people to trust me, to trust us in government, to give us that mandate to go and get that really good deal", she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.