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Instead, investigators suspect it was reading and watching extremist material online that led him to plough a rented auto into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, killing three people before he charged into the walled grounds of parliament and stabbing a policeman to death.
  • Meeks' huge game carries Tar Heels back to NCAA title game

    Meeks' huge game carries Tar Heels back to NCAA title game

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    When Dylan Ennis was watching his teammates in last season's NCAA Tournament round of eight, his foot was broken and his sixth year of eligibility had yet to be cleared by the NCAA. "I'm still proud of them". They'll know how to manage the pressure awaiting on college basketball's biggest stage. Incoming freshmen Brandon Huffman and Sterling Manley are not McDonald's All-Americans, but they will provide depth.
  • Chaffetz: 'Very Mysterious' Why Flynn Wants Immunity

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    Mr Trump appeared to back his former top security official in a tweet on Friday, writing that Mr Flynn "should ask for immunity in that this is a witch hunt (excuse for big election loss), by media & Dems, of historic proportion!" Schiff on Friday was allowed to see documents at the White House that previously had been seen only by the Republican chairman of the intelligence committee.
  • Michael Bloomberg Says Climate Progress Will Happen 'With or Without Trump'

    Michael Bloomberg Says Climate Progress Will Happen 'With or Without Trump'

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    The op-ed concludes: "I wish President Trump and his administration would recognize the health, economic and environmental benefits of tackling climate change". "While the president is taking big splashy action, he is actually doomed to fail". Procter & Gamble, Nestle, Ikea, Levi Strauss & Co., and Best Buy, which all signed the 2015 pledge organized by the Obama administration, also said they still meant to honor their commitments.
  • EU's Brexit negotiating stance revealed by European Council President Donald Tusk

    EU's Brexit negotiating stance revealed by European Council President Donald Tusk

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    The British government, which had called for simultaneous talks on its exit and future trade, says the draft guidelines represent a constructive approach. The European Council president said parallel discussion on Brexit divorce and trade 'will not happen'. Tusk said he would meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May in London before an April 29 summit in Brussels.
  • United Nations and Palestinians blast Israel for new West Bank settlement plans

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    Emboldened by Trump's election victory, Israel approved thousands of new settler homes in existing settlements in the first month of the new U.S. administration. Since then, it has authorised 6,000 new settlement homes, in one of the biggest surges for years. Talks have been in progress with the Trump administration for the past three weeks on agreed guidelines for settlement construction to promote Middle East peace talks.
  • Tusk and Muscat lay out draft guidelines for Brexit talks

    Tusk and Muscat lay out draft guidelines for Brexit talks

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    Speaking during a joint news conference with Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat in the capital Valletta, Tusk outlined Brussels's guidelines during the withdrawal process of Britain from the bloc. Speaking at the meeting, German Chancellor Angela Merkel did not mention Brexit directly, but said the European Union must guarantee the prosperity and security of its citizens or risk them turning away.
  • Galaxy S8 is coming on April 21st and it looks awesome

    Galaxy S8 is coming on April 21st and it looks awesome

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    The new Samsung Gear VR was announced back in February and Samsung announced that the device would be going on sale soon with the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones. It will go up against Apple Inc's Siri and Google Assistant . The Samsung S8 is here but it is only the first of many new phones coming in 2017. However, Samsung claims that Bixby offers a "deeper experience" than other voice agents or assistants in the market.
  • Trump to Take on Trade Abuses, Deficit in New Executive Order

    Trump to Take on Trade Abuses, Deficit in New Executive Order

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    President Trump has criticized China in the past for its trade practices, but both men said the orders aren't meant to single out any one country. The order Trump will sign Friday strengthens enforcement of existing countervailing duties and anti-dumping penalties against foreign products to address under-collection, said Peter Navarro , director of the White House National Trade Council.
  • Brazil reassures foreign countries after meat scandal

    Brazil reassures foreign countries after meat scandal

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    Fallout over a Brazilian meat corruption scandal spread on Monday, with China and South Korea suspending some imports, the European Union mulling action and shares of meatpacking companies BRF SA and JBS SA dropping. JBS, the world's largest meat producer, in an advert on Saturday made similar clarifications, noting that allegations of "adulterated products do not involve any JBS brands".
  • Man arrested in Birmingham

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    Police said his last conviction was in 2003, for the possession of a knife, in what reports said was another violent attack on a man. They have have further said that is possible that "we will never understand why he did this". Although 11 people were arrested in the aftermath of the attack, nine have since been released, with no further action to be taken. "The thoughts of all those working on this investigation are with those so deeply affected", Basu said.
  • US ambassador: No question Russia meddled in election

    US ambassador: No question Russia meddled in election

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    Haley said Russia's 2014 seizure of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula was wrong, as well Moscow's continuing involvement supporting pro-Russian fighters in eastern Ukraine battling Kyiv's forces. China provides diplomatic and economic support to its neighbor but claims that its influence over Kim Jong Un's government is limited. Previous year the North conducted two nuclear tests and two dozen tests of ballistic missiles.