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In handing down its suspension the Peace and Security Council, the AU's conflict-resolution body, said transferring power to a civilian-led authority was "the only way to allow the Sudan to exit the current crisis". The attack caused an global outcry, drawing strong criticism from the United Nations, European Union, African Union and other observers. "They were taken with vehicles that belong to the Janjawid militias to an unknown destination", The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) ...
  • Trump visit: Meghan's very nice, insists president after 'nasty' row

    Trump visit: Meghan's very nice, insists president after 'nasty' row

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    So, what can I say?" "Yes, of course Trump is divisive", she said. A debate over the president's comments ignited over the weekend and an audio recording of the interview was later posted on the Sun's website. Trump said that he had met Prince Harry during the visit: "I did". "I think it is nice", he noted. Here's hoping Trump is back in reach of a Fox signal during his favorite morning shows to see it.
  • Arizona helicopter rescue gurney carrying woman, 74, spins uncontrollably midair

    Arizona helicopter rescue gurney carrying woman, 74, spins uncontrollably midair

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    She began experiencing disorientation and couldn't walk. "It wants to windmill", said Apolinar. It wasn't until the helicopter began to fly away from its stationary position that the harsh motions started to subside. The crew brought the basket down, then up, in an effort to mitigate the spin. "When they start to lower the load, [the basket] does actually start to stop", Geisel said.
  • Sudan Protesters Say 40 Killed Since Dispersal

    Sudan Protesters Say 40 Killed Since Dispersal

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    Shams al-Deen al-Kabashi, spokesman for the council, acknowledged the operation in televised remarks but said the military was targeting just one area of the protests, nicknamed " Colombia " by protesters because of prolific drug use that happens there.
  • Swedish court rejects request to detain Assange in absence over rape allegation

    Swedish court rejects request to detain Assange in absence over rape allegation

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    The court said it shared the prosecutor's opinion that the Wikileaks founder was suspected of rape and "that there is a risk that Julian Assange will fail to appear or in some other way avoid participation in the investigation". The Swedish rape investigation was the reason Assange spent nearly seven years in self-imposed exile in London's Ecuadorian Embassy. Assange, from Australia, is also fighting extradition to the USA, which accuses him of violating the Espionage Act by publishing ...
  • Bodies of five missing mountaineers spotted on Nanda Devi

    Bodies of five missing mountaineers spotted on Nanda Devi

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    The alarm was raised when another British mountain guide, who was leading a separate trekking group as part of the same expedition, was informed that the climbers had not returned to base camp as expected, according the company. It was unclear whether the climbers went missing during their ascent or descent, or the cause of their disappearance, said the CNN report. "Following the information about missing mountaineers , we mobilized our teams including disaster response force personnel, ...
  • Eid prayers for Tuesday

    Eid prayers for Tuesday

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    The Grand Mufti of Australia called on the community to "display the true and peaceful image of Islam and the true spirit of being an Australian Muslim", during Eid. Likewise, The Saudi Royal Court will also meet after Maghrib prayers today to decide the first day of Ramadan based on the moon sighting reports it will receive.
  • Rare Earth Stocks Are Rising Due to Chinese Export Threat

    Rare Earth Stocks Are Rising Due to Chinese Export Threat

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    This triggered an escalating series of tariffs and retaliatory tariffs announced by both countries. USA stocks dropped on Friday, putting the S&P 500 on track for its first monthly drop of the year after President Donald Trump's surprise threat of tariffs on Mexico fueled fears increasing trade wars could lead to a recession.
  • Mexico to begin talks with U.S. on Monday over Trump tariff threat

    Mexico to begin talks with U.S. on Monday over Trump tariff threat

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    Trump has said the approach has left the United States in the position of subsidizing the world, weakening USA industry and pushing factories and jobs overseas, and has pledged to rework US trading relationships. Customs and Border Protection called the early Wednesday breach the largest single detention of migrants to date. "People have been saying for years that we should talk to Mexico".
  • Donald Trump to end preferential trade treatment for India on June 5

    Donald Trump to end preferential trade treatment for India on June 5

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    US President Donald Trump's decision on Friday to terminate benefits accruing to Indian exporters under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) scheme from 5 June must propel New Delhi to face the headwinds in the global trading system by pursuing robust trade policies to maximize its dollar-and-cent gains, according to analysts.
  • Beijing targets FedEx as US-China trade war escalates

    Beijing targets FedEx as US-China trade war escalates

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    Details would be unveiled in the near future, according to ministry spokesman Gao Feng. "We still have sufficient room for fiscal and monetary policy manoeuvre" to maintain health of the Chinese economy amid frictions, it said. The US government has moved to curb Huawei's ability to sell equipment in the US and buy parts from American suppliers, potentially crippling one of China's most successful - but controversial - global companies.
  • Pence says US-Canada relationship has 'under no circumstances been stronger'

    Pence says US-Canada relationship has 'under no circumstances been stronger'

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    U.S. President Donald Trump has yet to make a state visit to Canada, stopping in La Malbaie in the country only briefly for the G7 summit past year. The Trump-Pelosi fight, combined with ongoing disputes over former USA special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign, make a summer ratification "very unlikely", said Todd Tucker, a fellow at the New York-based Roosevelt Institute.
  • Palestinian terrorist stabs 2 in Jerusalem, killed by police

    Palestinian terrorist stabs 2 in Jerusalem, killed by police

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    The stabbings occurred just hours before busloads of Muslim worshippers were to arrive from both Israel and the West Bank for Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque, located in the Old City. President Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner seeks to rally Arab Gulf states to back economic initiatives for Palestinians as part of the plan next month in Bahrain.
  • Democrats Play Key Role in Louisiana Abortion Ban

    Democrats Play Key Role in Louisiana Abortion Ban

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    Six states - Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana , Mississippi and OH - have all passed restrictive abortion laws after six weeks' gestation. "Missouri Governor Parson's remarks today are simply not based on medicine, facts, or reality", Planned Parenthood president Dr.
  • Planned Parenthood: Missouri’s last abortion clinic may shut

    Planned Parenthood: Missouri’s last abortion clinic may shut

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    In the Idaho lawsuit, Planned Parenthood attorneys say state law allows advanced-practice clinicians to do numerous same tasks as doctors, including diagnosing patients, prescribing medicine and carrying out complex medical procedures like delivering babies, inserting IUDs and performing endometrial biopsies.
  • Mueller to Make First Public Statement on Russia Election Probe

    Mueller to Make First Public Statement on Russia Election Probe

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    But, he said, the absence of a conclusion should not be mistaken for an exoneration of the president. "That's unconstitutional", Mueller said. Sen. While Trump first praised Mueller after Barr's summary was released, the president has more recently returned to a recurring theme, alleging without evidence that the Mueller team was a collection of "angry Democrats", with the origins of the Russian Federation probe characterized by political bias.
  • Tornadoes rip through IN and Ohio

    Tornadoes rip through IN and Ohio

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    Six suspected tornadoes were reported in Iowa, five in Nebraska, four in IL, three in Minnesota, while one suspected tornado was reported in Idaho in the West. Winds were so strong that residents said a auto was picked up by the storm, and windows were knocked out due to powerful winds. Multiple schools in the area were closed or had delayed starts Tuesday.
  • China's CCTV features Daily Show report on Huawei lead in 5G

    China's CCTV features Daily Show report on Huawei lead in 5G

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    The Trump administration's demand for the Chinese regime to implement structural reforms, which propelled it to launch the trade war with China last March, has been a sticking point during trade negotiations. "Despite this, we are open to parts from outside the company". The Chinese telecom company is now on a black list, as a result of which American companies are no longer allowed to do business with Huawei.
  • New US Aircraft Carriers’ Catapults Will Use… STEAM, Trump Says

    New US Aircraft Carriers’ Catapults Will Use… STEAM, Trump Says

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    But the one thing that was noticeably not discussed in Tokyo was China - the US trade war with China and its impact on the Japanese economy - and even more broadly how to deal with China, says Sneider. Trump said Japan plans to buy 105 F-35s and that the USS America, a larger amphibious assault ship, would soon be deployed to the Pacific carrying "brand new F-35Bs".
  • Supreme Court Upholds Controversial Indiana Abortion Law

    Supreme Court Upholds Controversial Indiana Abortion Law

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    Wall Street Journal : "The court's unsigned opinion appeared the product of a delicate compromise, and it stressed the justices weren't ready-for now-to consider whether either law violates the Constitution". Whether it's a total ban or a law created to shut down clinics, politicians are lining up to decimate access to abortion. "Countries across the globe prohibit selective abortion - and the United States should do the same" said Alyssa Farah, the vice president's press secretary.
  • Death toll rises to 20 from western India building fire

    Death toll rises to 20 from western India building fire

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    Majority of the bodies were so disfigured that the families had to identify their loved ones based on watches and jewelry they had worn. Harshal Vekaria and Jignesh Padgal, builders of the complex, have also been booked under section 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) and section 114 (abettor present when offence is committed) of the Indian Penal Code, Surat police said.