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People Russian Federation expels British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack
Author: 0 Russian Federation expels British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack

Photo The British ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow, leaving the Foreign Ministry in Moscow on Saturday. The Foreign Ministry said it would also order an end to all activities of the British Council, Britain's worldwide organization for cultural relations and educational opportunities, and warned London that "if any further unfriendly actions are taken against Russia, the Russian side reserves the right to take other retaliatory measures ".

People Residents Still Evacuated From 3300-Acre Fire
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Wind gusts in the area of up to 44 miles per hour helped spread the fire. The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says residents may go to the center for resources, fire information and other assistance. About 100 people have been told to evacuate in Pueblo County and there an unknown number of homes evacuated in neighboring El Paso County because of Friday's fire.

People Russian Federation expels United Kingdom diplomats in retaliation amid ex-spy poisoning row
Author: 0 Russian Federation expels United Kingdom diplomats in retaliation amid ex-spy poisoning row

Britain's Foreign Office said in a statement on Saturday that the country's National Security Council would meet early next week to consider its next steps. "We will always do what is necessary to defend ourselves", the ambassador told reporters. Britain's Foreign Ministry said it had anticipated Russia's response and its priority now is looking after its staff in Russian Federation and assisting those who will return home.

People Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning crisis
Author: 0 Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning crisis

Mr Johnson said on Friday that it was "overwhelmingly likely" that President Putin personally ordered the nerve agent attack against the former Russian spy. Russia's attacking the wrong target with its "misguided" decision to close the council, Clementine Cecil, executive director of the Pushkin House center in London, which promotes Russian culture, wrote on Facebook.

People Russia Expels 23 UK Diplomats In Retaliatory Move
Author: 0 Russia Expels 23 UK Diplomats In Retaliatory Move

Lavrov said Britain's "boorish and unfounded" accusations against Russian Federation were meant to distract public attention from the troubled path toward Brexit. It is now a scene of police tape and forensic tents, one of several scattered across the quiet cathedral city as police, supported by troops with chemical-weapons training, try to discover how and where the poison was administered.

People North Korea's Sweden visit prompts speculation on USA summit
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In an interview with US broadcaster PBS that aired Friday, she said that she believes a "breakthrough" on denuclearization is possible in talks between the USA and North Korea . Donald Trump last week accepted an invitation for direct talks with Mr Kim , a shock announcement from the two leaders who have traded threats and insults for months.

People Britain 'must accept European Union terms on Irish border after Brexit'
Author: 0 Britain 'must accept European Union terms on Irish border after Brexit'

However, the Committee was unable to identify any border solution now in operation across the globe that would enable physical infrastructure to be avoided when rules and tariffs diverge", it said. This would create a costly barrier to trade with Northern Ireland's largest market and would be incompatible with the spirit and intent of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement.

People Reality TV 'snake whisperer' bitten by cobra, dies
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Pictured, Malaysia's snake whisperer, Abu Zarin Hussin . But on Tuesday, Hussin's luck ran out when he was bitten by a poisonous king cobra during a snake-catching operation in Bentong. But the near-death experience did not stop him from befriending reptiles-he even kept four cobras as pets to study their behavior, publishing pictures of their coexistence on his social media channels.

People Russian Federation to expel 23 United Kingdom diplomats in spy row
Author: 0 Russian Federation to expel 23 United Kingdom diplomats in spy row

The Russian Foreign Ministry said it was giving the 23 British diplomats one week to leave the country. A former right-hand man of deceased oligarch, Boris Berezovsky, his death came just over a week after Russian spy, Sergei Skripal , and his daughter, Yulia, were poisoned by a nerve agent in Salisbury.

People S.Korea to seek talks with N.Korea in preparation for summit
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Adding to the uncertainty is the lack of experienced North Korea hands in Trump's circle. "It is evident that the whole world is following the situation on the Korean peninsula". Experts say North Korea's surprising shift in attitude leaves not only South Koreans but the global community confused over its intention. Some Swedish and foreign media have said Ri will stay in the Scandinavian country until Sunday for other talks, though Swedish officials would not confirm those reports .

People Mauritius president resigns over credit card scandal, denies wrongdoing
Author: 0 Mauritius president resigns over credit card scandal, denies wrongdoing

It had previously been reported that the president would resign following the allegations . "In the country's best interests she has chose to leave", the lawyer said. She reportedly paid US$ 27,000 for her personal expenses, which was reimbursed to the charity soon after. This was confirmed by the PEI, which said in a statement earlier this week that Gurib-Fakim "thus never received gifts, favours, wages or expenses from the PEI, nor undue benefits or advantage".

People 57 killed in airstrikes on Syria's Eastern Ghouta
Author: 0 57 killed in airstrikes on Syria's Eastern Ghouta

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group, said air strikes on Zamalka killed 30 people gathering to leave for government lines in the morning. The weekslong violence has left more than 1,300 civilians dead, 5,000 wounded and forced thousands to flee to government-controlled areas. "Families are relying on untreated water and boreholes, potentially increasing the risk of waterborne diseases for about 250,000 people", said UNICEF Communications Specialist Joe ...

People At least 16 including children, die at sea
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The identity and nationality of the victims were not immediately known. Greek authorities have yet to make official announcements, but Greek Coast Guard sources said that 14 bodies have been retrieved. The EU past year reached deal with Turkey in 2016, which sharply reduced the number of people crossing to Greece. Hundreds died in the attempt. The UN refugee agency the UNHCR said that 500 people had perished or gone missing in the Aegean in the past two years - adding to the 1,000 who ...

People Moscow will expel British diplomats in poisoning standoff
Author: 0 Moscow will expel British diplomats in poisoning standoff

The Foreign Ministry in Moscow said that the move was in retaliation of Britain's decision to expel the same number of Russian diplomats on Wednesday. Russia's Foreign Ministry says the West's angry reaction to a nerve agent attack in Britain is connected to the war in Syria. Russian Federation has insisted it is ready to cooperate in investigating the attack in Salisbury if Britain reciprocates by sharing the evidence it holds.

People Reining In A 'Rogue Regime' - What's Next For The US & North Korea?
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Swedish public broadcaster SVT meanwhile said the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) was involved in the talks, though SIPRI did not return AFP's calls for a comment. Trump and Moon expressed "cautious optimism" that North Korea could enjoy a "brighter future" after the summit, which is being eyed before the end of May.

People Trump warns of bedlam without border wall
Author: 0 Trump warns of bedlam without border wall

Robinson, who works as an Uber driver and photographer, was decked out with a USA -flag-patterned ski hat, a matching tote bag and a Trump T-shirt. "Neither the United States, California, nor our local communities need this costly and divisive wall", according to a statement from the ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties.

People Aggies take down Friars to advance
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Butler advances to play No. 2 Purdue in the second round on Sunday. The college basketball odds for the game have the Aggies favored to pick up the win. Down the stretch in Friday's game, Providence drilled a few timely shots to tie the game and test A&M's resiliency for yet another time this season.

People Andre Iguodala reacts to Arizona being blown out in NCAA Tournament
Author: 0 Andre Iguodala reacts to Arizona being blown out in NCAA Tournament

Two Ira Lee free throws and a Lee jumper brought the game to its final margin of 21. Welcome to the NCAA tournament where anything is possible, including a No. The MAC's Bulls have a decided size disadvantage against the Pac-12's Wildcats and their pair of their 7-footers. Tied at 52-all, Tyus Battle swished a backbreaking three to put Syracuse ahead for good with about 1:50 left in the game.

Author: 0 In a first, USA blames Russian Federation for cyber attacks on…

He said Russian Federation would target the same number of people as the United States - but didn't say what the sanctions would involve. "General McMaster forgot to say that the results of the 2016 election were not impacted or changed by the Russians and that the only Collusion was between Russia and Crooked H (Hillary Clinton), the DNC (Democratic National Committee) and the Dems", Trump said in a tweet at the time .

People Thousands more flee eastern Ghouta, Russian official says
Author: 0 Thousands more flee eastern Ghouta, Russian official says

Almost 20,000 people fled Eastern Ghouta in 24 hours after regime forces advanced into an isolated town in southern Ghouta, creating a corridor into government-controlled territory. The Syrian government and its allies launched an offensive to capture the area months ago. The United Nations said it was trying to determine how many people have left the enclave.

People BJP shocked by UP defeats
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New Delhi :A day after the Congress lost deposits in both Phulpur and Gorakhpur by-election results, party president Rahul Gandhi made anxious political overtures. The CM also said that the Modi government relies heavily on the number of MPs from Uttar Pradesh , and this is why the defeat in UP is the beginning of the fall of the Modi government.

Author: 0 Russia boots 23 UK diplomats over poison probe

Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned the British ambassador to Moscow on Saturday morning and told him that the diplomats had one week to leave Russian Federation. sovereignty", saying it constituted a breach of worldwide law and calling on Russian Federation to explain its role in the poisoning in Salisbury, England.

People Three killed by blast in Afghan capital Kabul
Author: 0 Three killed by blast in Afghan capital Kabul

It also comes as the Taliban faces growing pressure to take up Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's offer of peace talks to end the 16-year war. The pre-planned blast took place when many people were driving to work and educational institutes.

People West Virgnia rolls past Murray State, 85-68
Author: 0 West Virgnia rolls past Murray State, 85-68

Teana Muldrow scored 20 points and added eight rebounds in her school record 139th game played to lead West Virginia to an 83-50 Women's National Invitation Tournament victory over Bucknell on Thursday night at the WVU Coliseum. This announcement comes on the heels of the close of the "A State of Minds Campaign", which surpassed its $1 billion goal and ended December 31, with more than $1.2 billion raised.

People Egypt: citizens overseas to vote Friday in presidential el
Author: 0 Egypt: citizens overseas to vote Friday in presidential el

Voting for Egyptians living overseas will remain open for three days and close on March 18. The Committee set a condition for the worldwide organisations which desired to monitor the election that their agents must be Egyptians and registered on the electoral records.

People Seven dead as small plane slams into house in Philippines
Author: 0 Seven dead as small plane slams into house in Philippines

Rescuers have not been able to determine if the people in the house were killed or have managed to escape, Lizardo said. The plane - which carried 4 passengers, a pilot and co-pilot - crashed in a residential area in Barangay Lumangbayan, Plaridel, after takeoff at the Plaridel Airport.