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Local MLA reacts to Clark's resignation

Local MLA reacts to Clark's resignation

Clark made her intentions known in a brief statement on Friday, and will also be giving up her seat in Kelowna. Clark had said she would stay on as opposition leader. The VOICE wrote: "It's time t...

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Welcome boost from China to global pressure on North Korea

Welcome boost from China to global pressure on North Korea

Earlier, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said new United Nations sanctions targeting North Korea are a "very good outcome". North Korea's top diplomat said Monday that there will be no ne...

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Ride Manufacturer Reveals The Cause Of Deadly Ohio State Fair Accident

Ride Manufacturer Reveals The Cause Of Deadly Ohio State Fair Accident

The company said it conducted an investigation into the incident, which included a visit to the scene and a review of video footage of the incident. " This finally led to the catastrophic failure of...

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ADF rush to help as three feared dead off Cap Coast

ADF rush to help as three feared dead off Cap Coast

Marine Corps and U.S". "Royal Australian Navy (RAN) survey ship HMAS Melville arrived in Shoalwater Bay overnight", Australian Defense Minister Marise Payne said in a statement Monday. According...

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Scores Killed, 18 Injured as Gunmen Attack Church in Anambra

Scores Killed, 18 Injured as Gunmen Attack Church in Anambra

Up to 18 other worshippers were wounded in the early morning incident at the church in Ozubulu near the city of Onitsha. There were varying accounts of what happened in Ozubulu. He explained that th...

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Gist of 72nd Hiroshima Peace Declaration

Gist of 72nd Hiroshima Peace Declaration

With the presence of some 15,000 nuclear weapons on earth, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Sunday urged all States to intensify their efforts in the shared pursuit of a nuclear-we...

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Special counsel Robert Mueller asks White House for documents on Michael Flynn

Special counsel Robert Mueller asks White House for documents on Michael Flynn

Special counsel Robert Mueller investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections has asked the White House for documents related to former National Security Advisor Michael Fl...

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Ministers adopt South China Sea code framework

Ministers adopt South China Sea code framework

Also speaking to reporters, Mr Wang said the meeting went "very well". Jennings also said that the United States embassy in Manila stated on Friday that the U.S. The issue was also likely to top t...

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Doklam standoff, Bhutan and its quest for greater freedom

Doklam standoff, Bhutan and its quest for greater freedom

The spokesman also referred to a June 30 statement on India being in consultation with Bhutan on this matter. Stating that it is a war with an obvious result in favour of China, the editorial said, ...

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Israel Moves to Close Al Jazeera, Revoke Credentials of Its Journalists

Israel Moves to Close Al Jazeera, Revoke Credentials of Its Journalists

Israel plans to block Al Jazeera broadcasts and close its local bureau over claims the channel is "supporting terrorism". There was no timetable given for the implementation of the measures. The ...

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Venezuelan Leaders Say They Squashed Attempted Uprising At Military Base

Venezuelan Leaders Say They Squashed Attempted Uprising At Military Base

Earlier on Sunday, an online video showed a group of men in military uniforms saying they were launching an uprising against unpopular leftist President Nicolas Maduro . Cries of "traitor" and "jus...

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'A Good Man.' Donald Trump Defends National Security Adviser Amid Criticism

'A Good Man.' Donald Trump Defends National Security Adviser Amid Criticism

McMaster, purging Bannonites with the backing of John Kelly (and the president), could hasten his exit". A senior White House official also told the New York Times that McMaster still has Trump's ...

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Feds Investigate Explosion That Shook Bloomington, Minnesota, Mosque

Feds Investigate Explosion That Shook Bloomington, Minnesota, Mosque

There were 15 to 20 people inside the mosque when the blast happened. "It was 5 a.m.", Omar told the newspaper. Neither the Bloomington Police Department, which initially responded to the explosio...

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Trump arrives in NJ for working vacation

Trump arrives in NJ for working vacation

The White House declined to comment on the leaked transcripts Thursday except to call it a national security matter potentially capable of complicating the president's ability to negotiate with fo...

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Search under way after USA marines aircraft suffers 'mishap' off Australia

Search under way after USA marines aircraft suffers 'mishap' off Australia

The search is being undertaken by ships, small boats and aircraft from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit and Bonhomme Richard Strike Group. Four Bell-Boeing MV-22 Osprey aircraft were in Australi...

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Stabbing suspects made donation in victim's name

Stabbing suspects made donation in victim's name

Cornell-Duranleau was found dead in Lathem's apartment in Chicago after "some type of falling out". However, Lathem and Warren's relationship with each other ( as well as Warren's link to Cornell-Du...

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United States seeks no regime change North Korea: Rex Tillerson

United States seeks no regime change North Korea: Rex Tillerson

There are a few caveats for Americans that need to travel to North Korea, however. "We do not seek a regime change, we do not seek the collapse of the regime, we do not seek an accelerated reunifica...

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Mueller is said to use Washington grand jury in Russian Federation probe

Mueller is said to use Washington grand jury in Russian Federation probe

On Thursday, after reports of the grand jury surfaced, the White House said in a statement provided by spokeswoman Sarah Sanders that Comey "said three times the President is not under investigati...

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Public supports letting transgender troops serve openly, 49/34

The Quinnipiac poll also found that among white voters without a college degree - a bloc that voted overwhelmingly for Trump in November - 50 percent say they are unhappy with him, while 43 percent ...

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President Trump denies he called White House a 'dump'

President Trump denies he called White House a 'dump'

In signing the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act on Wednesday, he attached a statement calling the measure "deeply flawed". He also said, however, that he has a number of qu...

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Iran slams United States sanctions bill as 'regressive', 'unlawful'

Iran slams United States sanctions bill as 'regressive', 'unlawful'

The 2015 nuclear deal, called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, was signed between Iran and six other major world powers. Under the terms of the deal signed by the Obama administration, Tehran...

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Congress levelling false allegations on BJP over NOTA: RS Prasad

Congress levelling false allegations on BJP over NOTA: RS Prasad

The Supreme Court has in the past held that open ballot votes in Rajya Sabha elections against the whip will not lead to disqualification as the Tenth Schedule, pertaining to anti-defection provis...

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Amanda Knox Says Michelle Carter Needs Sympathy After 'Wrongful Conviction'

Amanda Knox Says Michelle Carter Needs Sympathy After 'Wrongful Conviction'

Among dozens of messages, she said he should " get back in " when leaving his pickup truck filling with toxic carbon monoxide. A day after Conrad Roy III's body was found, Michelle Carter poste...

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U.S. travel ban on N. Korea to take effect September 1

U.S. travel ban on N. Korea to take effect September 1

We do not seek the collapse of the regime. "There are two important factors, first the countries have been pursuing their own long term strategies, they want to reach their strategic objectives thro...

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Northwestern Prof., Oxford Employee Sought in Chicago Killing

Northwestern Prof., Oxford Employee Sought in Chicago Killing

Anthony Guglielmi, a Chicago police spokesman, said Wednesday that a Cook County judge issued first-degree murder warrants for Wyndham Lathem , 42, and Andrew Warren , 56, in the killing of Tre...

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