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  • Runners try to stay dry at start of 122nd Boston Marathon
Runners try to stay dry at start of 122nd Boston Marathon

Yuki Kawauchi of Japan and Desiree Linden of the US celebrate with the trophy after winning the men's and women's divisions of the 122nd Boston Marathon. Desiree Linden running in the Boston Marathon. I told her [Flanagan] I said let me understand since I might lose out, when there's anything I can do to assist you.

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  • International Monetary Fund leaves 2018, 2019 global growth forecasts unchanged from Jan at 3.9%
International Monetary Fund leaves 2018, 2019 global growth forecasts unchanged from Jan at 3.9%

In the Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan region, growth is forecast to rise from 2.6 per cent in 2017 to 3.4 per cent in 2018 and 3.7 per cent in 2019, but it will stabilise at about 3.6 per cent in the medium term. The "escalating tensions" over trade present a growing risk to the world economy, Obstfeld said. Globally, the ...

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  • Jim Carrey sets sights on Sean Hannity's scandal in latest drawing
Jim Carrey sets sights on Sean Hannity's scandal in latest drawing

This immediately presented a serious journalism ethics problem, since Hannity hosts a show on which he has repeatedly discussed Cohen without disclosing that Cohen has been representing him. Broidy, a former GOP fundraiser, resigned from the Republican National Committee on Friday after acknowledging making a $1.6 million payment to a model he ...

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  • WWE Raw: Superstar shake-up begins, Rousey helps Natalya
WWE Raw: Superstar shake-up begins, Rousey helps Natalya

SmackDown returning to its glory days won't happen overnight. Raw is considered more of the flasheir brand and Roode's music and look fits with more with the program. Bad news for The Miz however: He was off to Smackdown LIVE , without his trusty Miztourage by his side. "At a time when some stars aren't clicking with the masses or a...

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  • 'A Lot of Amnesia': Liberal Cheerleaders Forget New Hero James Comey's Past
'A Lot of Amnesia': Liberal Cheerleaders Forget New Hero James Comey's Past

That said , Comey's coherent broadside drives the Trump camp to play games of political Twister. Comey's book, which leaked out last week ahead of its official release today, takes on the president who fired him in May 2017 over the troubling Russian Federation election meddling investigation, a probe that poses a deep threat to Trump's 15...

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  • Protesters clash with police in Armenia in anti-government protests
Protesters clash with police in Armenia in anti-government protests

Protests have been ongoing for several days as the parliament prepares to vote on the next prime minister on April 17. When Armenian lawmaker Nikol Pashinian received a police notice warning that the protests he was leading were unlawful, few were surprised when he ripped it up on the spot without even bothering to read it.

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  • All accused in Hyderabad Mecca Masjid bomb blast case acquitted
All accused in Hyderabad Mecca Masjid bomb blast case acquitted

A senior judicial officer, who did not want to be named, added that Reddy has said that his resignation had nothing to do with today's judgement. On May 18 of 2007, more than 50 were also injured when the blast occurred through the historic mosque during Friday prayers.

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  • Is Douglas Costa to Blame For Gianluigi Buffon's Red Card?
Is Douglas Costa to Blame For Gianluigi Buffon's Red Card?

Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon has refused to backtrack from his comments about referee Michael Oliver , after his side were sent out of the Champions League following an injury-time penalty to Real Madrid . The Champions League forgives no-one. "The referee tonight was in total chaos. From someone who is very statesman-like usually...

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  • Superintendent: 3 Students Hurt in Knife Incident at Pleasantview
Superintendent: 3 Students Hurt in Knife Incident at Pleasantview

The incident lasted about 5 minutes and took place in a school hallway. The attacker "randomly" cut the other students, KARE said. The case will be forwarded to the county prosecutor's office. As the Piedmont and Summerset area population grows-- the need for a new school to accommodate the students in the area grew and the new school school's pr...

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  • Corrected - Japan and China's foreign ministers pledge to pursue improved ties
Corrected - Japan and China's foreign ministers pledge to pursue improved ties

After such a meeting, they hoped to organise reciprocal visits by Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping, Kono said. The Chinese side was led by Foreign Minister Wang Yi, the first visit by a Chinese foreign minister for bilateral talks since 2009.

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  • Barry Lewis: Facebook and the illusion of privacy
Barry Lewis: Facebook and the illusion of privacy

Revelations about Facebook's role in the exploitation of user data by a company called Cambridge Analytica to support the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, as well as the outcome of the Brexit vote - the referendum leading the United Kingdom to leave the European Union - have provoked widespread calls for tough, new data privacy laws.

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  • Arab summit concludes with call for solidarity
Arab summit concludes with call for solidarity

On Sunday, Jubeir commented on the statement adopted at the summit, saying that the Arab League condemned the use of chemical weapons by Syrian authorities, however the released text of the document does not include the statement. Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which both voiced support for the strikes, remain locked in a months-long diplomatic standoff...

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  • Chemical attack could happen in USA 'if we're not smart': Nikki Haley
Chemical attack could happen in USA 'if we're not smart': Nikki Haley

For years, U.S. President Donald Trump attacked Barack Obama on a variety of issues, including how much time the former president spent on the golf course and U.S. - US President Donald Trump condemned Syria's two main allies, Russian Federation and Iran, for supporting "murderous dictators". Numerous protesters FOX40 spoke with say, the c...

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  • Benefits to United States from rejoining pact, but talks may be fraught
Benefits to United States from rejoining pact, but talks may be fraught

While the United States would significantly bolster the pact if it signed up, its entry would require intense negotiations - and current members will expect significant concessions from the American side. With congressional elections later this year, he now faces pressure from some Republican lawmakers anxious that his protectionist policies could ...

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  • At Least 10 Killed in Taliban Attacks in Afghanistan
At Least 10 Killed in Taliban Attacks in Afghanistan

The Khwaja Omari district's administrative head was killed in a predawn assault by the militants. The Taliban on Thursday afternoon had stormed a government chemical in a middle province, tripping an hours-long gunbattle that murdered 1-5, comprising three top rated officials.

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  • Elliott Broidy Quits RNC Post After Report on Payment to Ex-Model
Elliott Broidy Quits RNC Post After Report on Payment to Ex-Model

The money was to be paid to her over two years in quarterly settlements, with the first payment due on December 1, sources told WSJ . President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen , negotiated a $1.6 million payment to a former Playboy model who says a top Republican fundraiser named Elliott Broidy got her pregnant, Th...

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  • [GALLERY] Dignitaries and South Africans bid Mam' Winnie a final farewell
[GALLERY] Dignitaries and South Africans bid Mam' Winnie a final farewell

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa, who took office two months ago, offered an apology for the country's failure to honour Winnie for her contribution to the liberation of the country. Madikizela-Mandela denied any knowledge of any killings. Her daughter referred to a social media campaign that has swept South Africa since her death - " W...

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  • Russian Federation spies Skripals for five years
Russian Federation spies Skripals for five years

He reiterated Russia's dismay over the British government's refusal to allow Russian diplomats access to Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who was also poisoned, saying that from Moscow's point of view, the two Russian nationals appear to have been abducted by the British authorities.

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  • US, France, Britain launch strikes on Syria
US, France, Britain launch strikes on Syria

Associated Press reporters saw smoke rising from east Damascus and the sky turned orange. Trump announced the airstrikes on Syria around 9 p.m. ET from the White House. said in a statement. Despite foreign allies' expressions of confidence in the Syrian regime's culpability in the attack, United States officials have not ventured that far...

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