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Some Britons questioned on social media whether they wanted to cast yet another ballot less than a year after the June referendum and two years after they voted in the last parliamentary poll . "There can be no turning back". The Lib Dems now have just nine seats in Parliament. May's call comes despite a law passed in 2011 under Cameron's coalition government aimed at keeping elections five years apart to prevent precisely this kind of uncertainty.
  • European Parliament draws tough Brexit 'red lines'

    European Parliament draws tough Brexit 'red lines'

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    Mr Barnier told European Union legislators in Strasbourg, France, that "to succeed, we need on the contrary to devote the first phase of negotiations exclusively to reaching agreement on the principle of the exit". Nigel Farage accused the parliament of "behaving like the mafia, and treating us like a hostage", adding: "We're not, we're free to go". Britain's Under Secretary for Brexit Robin Walker said this was "a positive move" although Britain would prefer to start trade talks as soon as ...
  • OPD releases photos from officer-involved shooting

    OPD releases photos from officer-involved shooting

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    At 3:18, police were called to 303 South 51st Street for a report of a stolen vehicle. The owner of the auto said a man showed up in a white Mercury Grand Marquis and stole his Ford F150 pickup. She said Trejo had thrown a "ball of cash" in her lap and told her loved her. As police closed in, he told his former girlfriend over the phone that "they are going to have to kill me".
  • Appealing for calm, China says United States wants talks on North Korea

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    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, right, and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence shake hands prior to a luncheon hosted by Abe at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo , Tuesday, April 18, 2017. But a new factor has been introduced into the situation: President Donald Trump, whose inexperience and unpredictability have cast the situation on the peninsula in uncertainty.
  • Pound surge suggests UK election will yield smoother Brexit

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    After months of denying she was going to do it, the British prime minister made a decision to call an early general election - first and foremost because she knows she's going to win. There is already a sense of weariness across the United Kingdom - some say a dis-United Kingdom - that the country faces the fourth election in four years: the Scotland independence referendum in 2014, the general election of 2015, the European Union referendum in 2016, and now the mid-term election.
  • Facebook bets big on AR at its F8 developer conference

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    He announced a new " camera effects platform " that will enable the developers to create filters, masks and effects around the Facebook camera , thus taking competition with Snapchat to a new level. With technology advancing at such fast pace augmented reality is not a big deal for Facebook . "But we're going to give this another go", Messenger boss David Marcus said.
  • Warburton to captain Lions; no place for Hartley, Launchbury

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    There will be little in the squad to celebrate for Scotland , with fullback Stuart Hogg the only certainty and possibly only two others included, despite the Scots beating Wales and Ireland in this year's Six Nations. Warburton - the 2013 skipper for the tour of Australia - will be the second player to captain the Lions twice, after Martin Johnson (1997, 2001).
  • Supplier sues again over Arkansas execution drug

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    He said the state would continue towards carrying out the executions of the other inmates. On Tuesday lawyers for all eight inmates filed a petition with the U.S. That tally would have marked the highest concentration of executions over such a short period in a single state since the U.S. Supreme Court allowed reinstitution of capital punishment in 1976.
  • British PM calls for general election in June

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    Blair was scathing in his assessment of the current Labour Party's failings, saying that the likely Conservative majority will be " delivered not because of the intrinsic merits of Brexit or the Tories themselves but because of the state of Labour ".
  • North Korea Tensions 'Coming to a Head'

    North Korea Tensions 'Coming to a Head'

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    McMaster was speaking hours after US and South Korean defense officials told CNN that an attempted missile launch by North Korea failed. "We will see what happens!" he tweeted. concessions on trade in exchange for action on North Korea. North Korea on Sunday failed in a missile launch from its eastern coast, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, but it wasn't immediately clear what kind of missile was sacked.
  • Mass evacuation still on despite bombing in Syria

    Mass evacuation still on despite bombing in Syria

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    Over 100 people were killed Saturday when a auto bomb exploded near a bus carrying Syrian refugees, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The undamaged buses from the convoy continued Saturday and arrived in the evening at a temporary housing center in the Jebrin area of Aleppo. The group said it is investigating the blast to try to determine who was responsible.
  • Korea unveils new ICBM at military parade

    Korea unveils new ICBM at military parade

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    Kim, wearing a suit and tie, was greeted Saturday with thunderous - and extensively practiced - applause as he stepped into view on a large podium, clapping to acknowledge the thousands of soldiers and civilians taking part in the parade at Kim Il Sung Square.