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When Venezuela witnessed the 'mother of all marches'


Venezuela's attorney general's office said 11 people had died of electrocution and gunshot wounds "in acts of violence" in El Valle . Protests, looting, and violence have resulted in the deaths of at least a dozen people in Caracas . Read More »

Canada's Not the Challenge for U.S. Dairy, Trudeau Says

Today's missive, delivered in the Oval Office, was more detailed than his complaints earlier this week in Wisconsin about Canadian dairy regulations. In a story April 18 about a trade dispute between the USA and Canada over milk, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Canada had made a decision to impose import taxes on ultra-filtered milk. Read More »

Arkansas races against the clock to begin executions

Gov. Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, initially scheduled eight executions in 11 days because one of the state's lethal injection drugs - the sedative midazolam - was expiring at the end of the month. Attorneys for the eight were likely to appeal the federal appeals court ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. Opponents raised concerns over the safety and effectiveness of the controversial pain-relief drug midazolam in the three-drug cocktail given during executions. Read More »

Mixed emotions for Arsenal fans after semi-final win


Players who have had rotten runs of form suddenly came out of their shells. Spanish worldwide Nacho Monreal equalised nine minutes later, from a cross by Arsenal's other wing back Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. It was a tense afternoon for all Arsenal fans, though, full of twists and turns. And City were unlucky in the 30th minute when Raheem Sterling had the ball in the net, following up after Aguero drove Leroy Sane's cross at Petr Cech. Read More »

Egypt president visits Saudi Arabia after 'muted' tension

On Friday, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said the visit would also be a good opportunity to discuss worldwide and regional developments in light of the new USA foreign policies under the Trump administration, especially after El-Sisi's recent visit to Washington. Read More »

Entre Emmanuel Macron et Marine Le Pen : qui sera président ?


Emmanuel Macron et Marine Le Pen sont les deux candidats qualifiés pour le second tour de l'élection présidentielle qui aura lieu le 7 mai. Affirmant que "la survie de la France" était en jeu, Marine Le Pen a lancé un appel "à tous les patriotes sincères" pour favoriser l'avènement de "l'alternance fondamentale". Read More »

Labour wants four new bank holidays to mark patron saints


A Labour spokesman subsequently released a statement confirming that the party remained committed to Trident renewal. The Labour leader - a lifelong opponent of nuclear weapons - went on to say there was a "discussion" going on within the party as to whether the existing commitment to maintain Trident would be in the election manifesto. Read More »

Interview with Ukip candidate gets more terrifying with every paragraph you read


If I could get the guillotine, lethal injection or firing squad I would gladly have it. Allen continued. "When I go to a zoo and I see a gorilla my hormones go absolutely insane". "Kidney transplants, heart transplants - come off it", Ms. Allen told the Sunday Herald . Another described the candidate as a "corker" while a third asked how she had made it through the party's selection process. Read More »

Korea warns Australia of nuclear strike if it 'toes US line'


North Korea will mark the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its Korean People's Army on Tuesday and in the past, the nation has marked important anniversaries with tests of its weapons. North Korea's threat of a nuclear strike on Australia is of "enormous concern" but such threats have become part of the regime's day-to-day rhetoric, according to the Opposition. Read More »

Olmstead Easter egg hunt still fruitful despite difficulties


The free event will include an Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 10 and under as well as photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny. It's not hard to make Easter egg hunting fun for kids, but the First Assembly of God Church on California Avenue added something a little bigger than an Easter bunny. Read More »

Police hurt in clashes outside far-right AfD convention in Cologne


Even as the gathering began, singing and chanting protesters attempted to stop delegates from entering the congress venue, a hotel in the city centre. Merkel is seeking a fourth term after almost 12 years in power and her conservative Christian Democrats are now leading the polls. About 4,000 police officers are on the ground to prevent a violent escalation of anti-populist rallies. Read More »

Dutch 'abortion boat' arrives off Mexico


On Thursday the ship sailed out to worldwide waters where two women received safe, medical abortions. Abortion is legal in Mexico in cases of rape. On board the Dutch boat, women are given abortion pills and they remain under observation for a few hours before returning to shore on small vessels. Read More »

Rain washes out NASCAR race at Bristol until Monday


But when the rain moved out of the area, officials were able to quickly dry the.533-mile track, and that race was run to its scheduled distance with Erik Jones (Joe Gibbs Racing) flagged the victor. It is forecasted to be only a 15 percent chance of rain on Monday and there will be a competition caution on Lap 60. Five-time Bristol victor Kurt Busch called the rain "a blessing in disguise". Read More »

Australia spinner O'Keefe misses out on national contract


Towering Queensland quick Billy Stanlake and Western Australia allrounders Ashton Agar and Hilton Cartwight have been offered contracts for the first time. Marsh, who played all four Tests in India, was overlooked as Australian selectors seek younger batting options, most notably precocious left-hander Travis Head who was rewarded with a contract. Read More »

Investigation Continues in the Death of Aaron Hernandez


Secretary of Public Safety Dan Bennett tells The Associated Press that "no one is going to stand in the way of the family's wishes". The Worcester County district attorney officially ruled Hernandez's death a suicide on Thursday, after the former football star and convicted killer was found hanging in his prison cell early Wednesday morning. Read More »

Marine Le Pen Peut-Elle Briser Le "Plafond De Verre" — Présidentielle

Très rapidement, la salle s'est vidée de ses militants pendant que la candidate repartie dans les coulisses commentait les résultats avec quelques proches: Steeve Briois, le maire d'Hénin-Beaumont, Gilbert Collard, le député du Gard, et de Jean Messiha, le porte-parole des Horaces, un cercle discret composé de hauts fonctionnaires et de dirigeants d'entreprise. Read More »

Cheers, silence as French election results fall


Ms Le Pen declared that she embodied "the great alternative" for French voters. With Ms Le Pen wanting France to leave the European Union and Mr Macron wanting even closer co-operation among the bloc's 28 nations, Sunday's outcome means the May 7 run-off will have undertones of a referendum on France's European Union membership. Read More »

Mexico will 'eventually' pay for border wall

Trump approaches the symbolic 100-day mark for his administration this coming week juggling a renewed health care push and his demands that a must-pass government funding bill should include money for the wall. "I can't imagine the Democrats would shut down the government over an objection to building a down payment on a wall that can end the lawlessness", he told ABC News' "This Week". Read More »

Days before by polls, two school buildings torched in J&K

Its candidate from Anantnag, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's brother Tasaduq Mufti, said the government had informed the poll commission in writing that "this is not a right time for polls". Meanwhile, the broadband services have been restored but mobile internet continues to remain suspended, as thirty-eight polling stations are going to re-poll in Budgam on April 13. Read More »