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People Kurds declare ISIS control in Syria over
Author: 0 Kurds declare ISIS control in Syria over

When they threaten Shiite holy sites, Iraq's top Shiite cleric issues a call to arms, and masses of volunteers, largely backed and armed by Iran, join militias. In photographs apparently taken inside Baghouz, dozens of fighters could be seen taking cover alongside bodies in the long grass as young children wandered among them.

People Somalia attack kills five, including deputy minister: government, witness
Author: 0 Somalia attack kills five, including deputy minister: government, witness

Mohamed Hussein confirmed that at least five people were killed in the siege that began Saturday morning, including the East African country's deputy minister of labour. Earlier this month, at least 20 people died in an attack in Mogadishu which saw Al-Shabaab jihadists battling security forces for almost 24 hours.

People Russian lawmaker proposes 'reset' in U.S. ties after Mueller report
Author: 0 Russian lawmaker proposes 'reset' in U.S. ties after Mueller report

For supporters who believed Trump's claims that the investigation was a "witch hunt" and a "hoax", Mueller's findings proven Trump's innocence. The letter is short on detail, though. Trump and his team still face legal risks even if the report does not find that they committed crimes, and congressional Democrats on Saturday vowed to keep looking into his activities.

People IDF ramps up defense presence along Golan border post-Trump announcement
Author: 0 IDF ramps up defense presence along Golan border post-Trump announcement

President Donald Trump will welcome Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the executive mansion for meetings Monday and a dinner in his honor on Tuesday evening. His electoral opponents have repeatedly suggested that Netanyahu may have benefited financially from them - which the prime minister says is completely false.

People Missouri River flooding forces evacuation of 7,500 from waterfront city
Author: 0 Missouri River flooding forces evacuation of 7,500 from waterfront city

The agency's 2019 Spring Outlook found that almost two-thirds of the lower 48 states are at risk for flooding in the coming months. Pretty much every major body of water east of the Rockies is at elevated risk of flooding in the coming months, including the MS, the Red River of the North, the Great Lakes, the eastern Missouri River, the lower OH, the lower Cumberland, and the Tennessee River basins.

People Mueller report finds no evidence that Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation
Author: 0 Mueller report finds no evidence that Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation

However, Mr Barr said the investigation determined the Trump campaign's actions did not amount to collusion . In a major political victory for Trump, who quickly hailed the announcement as " complete and total exoneration ", Mueller's almost two years of investigation ended with a finding that no one in Trump's campaign "conspired or coordinated with the Russian government", according to a summary of Mueller's findings.

People Israel avenges burning balloons with airstrikes on Gaza refugee camp
Author: 0 Israel avenges burning balloons with airstrikes on Gaza refugee camp

The Israeli military said it identified a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip and was investigating. The Magen David Adom rescue service said it was treating seven people, including two women who were moderately wounded. In a follow-up assessment, the Israeli military said it believed Hamas was responsible, with Israeli media reporting later that the army's initial assessment was that the group launched the rockets by mistake.

People Thailand's pro-military party takes stunning election lead as opposition claims 'irregularities'
Author: 0 Thailand's pro-military party takes stunning election lead as opposition claims 'irregularities'

With 93 per cent of votes counted late on Sunday, the Palang Pracharat party was first with almost 7.6million votes, according to the Election Commission. They now have the chance to vote in the country's first election since the junta took over in a coup in 2014. That potentially gives ex-army chief Prayuth a major advantage if the junta-appointed Senate backs him en bloc.

People House loses sitting day, maybe more, to Conservative protest votes
Author: 0 House loses sitting day, maybe more, to Conservative protest votes

The former attorney general has written to the House of Commons justice committee to advise that she intends to make a written submission. "Related to these requests, I also have relevant facts and evidence in my possession that further clarify statements I made and elucidate the accuracy and nature of statements by witnesses in testimony that came after my Committee appearance".

People Theresa May needs to quit to resolve Brexit crisis, say aides
Author: 0 Theresa May needs to quit to resolve Brexit crisis, say aides

The withdrawal deal she has negotiated with the European Union has been overwhelmingly rejected in the Commons twice , and it remains unclear whether she will bring it back a third time next week after she wrote to MPs saying she would only do so if there was "sufficient support".

People DOJ: Trump campaign did not coordinate with Russian Federation in 2016
Author: 0 DOJ: Trump campaign did not coordinate with Russian Federation in 2016

President Trump's campaign "did not conspire" with Russian Federation during the 2016 election campaign, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report says. "And most obviously, for the president to say he is completely exonerated directly contradicts the words of Mr. Mueller and is not to be taken with any degree of credibility".

People Boeing states flight-control software fixes for 737 Max 8 jets
Author: 0 Boeing states flight-control software fixes for 737 Max 8 jets

Ethiopian Airlines insists the carrier's pilots went through all the extra training required by Boeing and the FAA to fly the 737 Max 8 jet. Investigators believe the crash may have been caused by a software error that is believed to have caused the fatal crash of another 737 MAX 8 in October.

People Rights body votes to beef up monitoring of Palestinian areas
Author: 0 Rights body votes to beef up monitoring of Palestinian areas

The report accuses Israel of war crimes and deliberate targeting of protesters. On the final day of a four-week session, the Geneva forum adopted a resolution on accountability, brought by Pakistan on behalf of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

People Man Arrested In Fierce Subway Attack Captured On Video
Author: 0 Man Arrested In Fierce Subway Attack Captured On Video

NY police arrested a 36-year-old Yonkers man Saturday in a brutal subway attack on a 78-year-old woman earlier this month that several passengers filmed on their phones, authorities said. He then yells something inaudible at her before looking directly at the camera and shouting: "WorldStar that, my n****r" - in reference to an infamous social media page filled with violent videos.

People Walla Walla native killed in the line of duty in Kittitas
Author: 0 Walla Walla native killed in the line of duty in Kittitas

The officer was wounded and airlifted to a Seattle hospital. The Kittitas County Sheriff's office requested the Ellensburg Police Department to conduct the investigation into the incident. The Deputy killed Tuesday has been identified as 42-year-old Ryan Thompson of Kittitas County. His identity hasn't been released. The suspect leaped out of the auto and opened fire at the officers, striking Chavez in the leg and fatally wounding Thompson, who was pronounced dead at Kittitas Valley ...

People Trump slams European automakers, threatens USA tariffs
Author: 0 Trump slams European automakers, threatens USA tariffs

USA negotiators have insisted that any agreement have teeth - including the ability to impose tariffs unilaterally should China backslide on any commitments to end alleged unfair trade practices. "I think the deal will probably happen". United States media report that the two sides hope to reach an agreement by late April. When asked if he would agree to Zero tariffs, he said: "I would do it for certain products, but I would not do it for cars".

People Parkland shooting survivor kills herself because of 'survivor's guilt,' parents say
Author: 0 Parkland shooting survivor kills herself because of 'survivor's guilt,' parents say

The student - whose name has not been released at this time - was a juvenile, Coral Springs police spokesman Tyler Reik told the newspaper, and sources revealed that it was a male sophomore who died. "She lit up every room she entered", a GoFundMe page for the Aiello family states. "The issue of suicide needs to be talked about", Petty said. Aiello's closest friend died in the shooting and her mother believes this had much to do with her daughter's depression.

People MoveOn wants Democratic candidates to skip pro-Israel conference
Author: 0 MoveOn wants Democratic candidates to skip pro-Israel conference

The #SkipAIPAC movement, which has its own moderately popular hashtag on Twitter, is being pushed by the left-wing MoveOn.org. Move On says that AIPAC peddles "anti-Arab" and "anti-Arab" points of view; the group is urging all Democrats to bow out of the three-day AIPAC conference , which will kick off in Washington DC on Sunday, March 24.

People Mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc pleads guilty
Author: 0 Mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc pleads guilty

In addition to 16 counts of the use of weapons of mass destruction, Sayoc pleaded guilty to the interstate transport of explosives, the illegal mailing of explosives with the intent to kill or injure and the carrying of explosives during the commission of a felony, among other crimes.

People Congress Presses Tech Giants Over Tragic New Zealand Shooting
Author: 0 Congress Presses Tech Giants Over Tragic New Zealand Shooting

The Sydney Morning Herald describes it well highlight it as "the US$473 billion company's vaunted artificial intelligence technologies, 'designed to stop extremist and illicit content' such as pornography or videos depicting violent acts from appearing on the platform, "failed to detect anything objectionable" in the Christchurch shooting stream".

People Mozambique cyclone death toll jumps to more than 400
Author: 0 Mozambique cyclone death toll jumps to more than 400

The death toll following Cyclone Idai is more than 600 and could increase further as flood waters recede, aid workers say. The storm has killed at least 259 people in Zimbabwe, while in Malawi 56 people died when heavy rains hit ahead of the cyclone.

People MPs are as much to blame for this Brexit mess as May
Author: 0 MPs are as much to blame for this Brexit mess as May

Parliament approves Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal with the bloc next week. "We do respect the vote of the British people". Underscoring the sense of dread gripping the nation, one of Britain's biggest business lobbies and a major trade union federation said in a rare joint appeal that the "country is facing a national emergency".

People SDF declares Islamic State defeat
Author: 0 SDF declares Islamic State defeat

The announcement of victory over the group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria ( ISIS ) in eastern Syria marks the end of the extremists' self-styled caliphate, a proto-state in which they held millions hostage to their dark and brutal vision.

People Passenger evacuation underway from Viking Sky cruise ship stranded off Norway
Author: 0 Passenger evacuation underway from Viking Sky cruise ship stranded off Norway

Five helicopters and a number of vessels are included in the rescue operation. Responders had reportedly removed 100 people from the Viking Sky by the evening, local time. Footage online appeared to show the ship rocking dramatically, with debris falling from the ceiling and furniture including chairs sliding across the floor as passengers sat waiting to be rescued.

People Two kin of Christchurch victims die after killings
Author: 0 Two kin of Christchurch victims die after killings

During the recent weekly Muslim prayer service on Friday, Ms Ardern joined about 20,000 people standing quietly at Christchurch's Hagley Park , in front of Al Noor Mosque, one of two mosques in the neighbourhood where gunman Brenton Tarrant shot and killed 50 people the week before.

People 'Need to work together for peace in region', Modi tells Imran Khan
Author: 0 'Need to work together for peace in region', Modi tells Imran Khan

The goodwill messages came against the backdrop of recent escalation of tensions between the two countries following an attack on Indian security forces in India-held Kashmir's Pulwama district. "It was the duty and responsibility of Pakistan to respond to the Indian aggression". "And, if there's any additional terrorist attack without Pakistan having made a sustained, honest effort against these groups, it would be extremely problematic for Pakistan and it would cause re-escalation of ...

People Maduro agents arrest key aide of rival Juan Guaidó
Author: 0 Maduro agents arrest key aide of rival Juan Guaidó

The U.S. had warned the Maduro government not to act against Guaido. They have threatened ever harsher sanctions meant to further isolate Maduro and cut off his administration's sources of revenue, but the humanitarian and political costs of further blanket measures could be high.

People New Zealand PM joins thousands to mourn mosque attack victims
Author: 0 New Zealand PM joins thousands to mourn mosque attack victims

He was surrounded there by the imam and more than a dozen United Nations ambassadors from Muslim and non-Muslim countries including New Zealand and Australia, where the white supremacist who gunned down victims at the mosques was born. "Mosques and all places of prayer and contemplation should be safe havens, not sites of terror", Guterres said. Another post tagged to Ardern and the New Zealand Police had the same photo with "next it's you".

People 12 rescued after blast rocks industrial park in eastern China
Author: 0 12 rescued after blast rocks industrial park in eastern China

Some reports state that at the time of the explosion, an quake of 2.2-magnitude tremor was reported in Lianyungang in Jiangsu province, a city near Yancheng blast. According to SCMP , the Jiangsu Tianjiayi Chemical Company has previously received six administrative punishments for "failures regarding solid waste management, environmental impact assessment and air pollution".

People Trump reaffirms US considering 'all options' in Venezuela
Author: 0 Trump reaffirms US considering 'all options' in Venezuela

The U.S. Department of the Treasury on Tuesday slapped sanctions on a Venezuelan gold mining company and its leader, the sixth round of sanctions since January by the Trump administration to pile up pressure on Maduro. The move bars any US citizen or entity from any financial transactions with the Minerven gold mining company and its president, Adrian Antonio Perdomo Mata.

People Festival of colours: Hindu community celebrates Holi
Author: 0 Festival of colours: Hindu community celebrates Holi

As we near the festivity day of Holika Dahan and Holi , searches such as Holika Dahan wishes , Holika Dahan wishes SMS, Holika Dahan images, Holika Dahan story, Holika Dahan quotes , Holika Dahan WhatsApp status, Holika Dahan WhatsApp stickers, Holika Dahan GIF video, and more increase.

People CYCLONE WARNING: Severe flooding expected after Trevor
Author: 0 CYCLONE WARNING: Severe flooding expected after Trevor

With the force of a Category 4 cyclone , heavy rain and extreme winds lashed the sparsely populated southern coastline of the Gulf of Carpentaria as Cyclone Trevor headed inland at 19 kph. Trevor left behind a trail of damage in Queensland's Cape York Peninsula earlier this week, uprooting trees, causing flooding and roof damage, closing schools and roads, and knocking out power supplies.

People Jacinda Ardern announces new guns laws in New Zealand
Author: 0 Jacinda Ardern announces new guns laws in New Zealand

Ardern said sellers should halt the sales of the banned weapons immediately and warned shops to return their stockpiles to suppliers. As well, Gun Control Australia president Samantha Lee says Australia's laws will still be stronger in this regard because New Zealand's ban only covers military-style semi-automatics.

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