• More than a dozen people killed in tornadoes in Alabama and Georgia
More than a dozen people killed in tornadoes in Alabama and Georgia

At least 14 people were killed after a tornado slammed into the USA state of Alabama and destroyed numerous homes with a death toll that could rise as rescuers sift through the rubble. Televised broadcast news footage showed smashed buildings with rooftops blown away, cars overturned and debris everywhere. He didn't have an immediate account of h...

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  • Cohen’s testimony brings Trump Organization CFO - and his family
Cohen’s testimony brings Trump Organization CFO - and his family

Seeming to feed off the crowd's support, he added: "We're in the swamp of Washington DC, but you know what - we're winning and they're not". "There's no collusion, so now they go and morph into 'let's inspect every deal he's ever done, '" Trump said , also blasting the Russian Federation probe as "bull--".

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  • Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un begin talks with one-on-one meeting
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un begin talks with one-on-one meeting

Sceptics say such agreements would leave in place a significant portion of North Korea's nuclear-tipped missiles while robbing the United States of its negotiating leverage going forward. Kim ignored questions shouted at him during his first summit with Trump last June in Singapore. Moon has been active in efforts to end confrontation on th...

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  • Lavrov condemns 'flagrant interference' by US in Venezuela
Lavrov condemns 'flagrant interference' by US in Venezuela

The US Treasury said the six current or former security officials controlled groups that blocked humanitarian aid from reaching people in Venezuela last weekend from neighbouring countries Colombia and Brazil . Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido has announced his return to Venezuela and called for new...

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  • US lawmakers to demand documents in sweeping Trump probe
US lawmakers to demand documents in sweeping Trump probe

We may or may not get there. In that case, Nadler said, "we will subpoena, we will do whatever we have to do". Only two USA presidents - Andrew Johnson (1868) and Bill Clinton (1998) - have been impeached in the 242-year history of the American Republic.

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  • Trump vows executive order to protect free speech at universities
Trump vows executive order to protect free speech at universities

And Trump mocked former Attorney General Jeff Session's recusal from the Russian Federation probe using a southern drawl. But he made a point to take on Mueller, commenting extensively on key parts of the investigation, as the probe appears to be winding down.

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  • Adam Burniston's Forecast | Tracking a potential winter storm this weekend
Adam Burniston's Forecast | Tracking a potential winter storm this weekend

The National Weather Service has issued a prediction for rain and snow in the Baltimore area Sunday after 1 p.m. There's actually a winter storm watch up for much of the region as well for the possibility of six inches or more of snow.

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  • Pakistan issues update on captured Indian pilot
Pakistan issues update on captured Indian pilot

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu had earlier said that Turkey is ready to become a mediator between Pakistan and India. Pakistan was under intense pressure from the United States, the UAE and Saudi Arabia to de-escalate the tensions with India in the wake of the Pulwama terror attack and release the Indian pilot .

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  • Pakistan releases Indian pilot who was captured in disputed Kashmir region
Pakistan releases Indian pilot who was captured in disputed Kashmir region

There was some firing along the contested border dividing Kashmir on Friday, according to a spokesman for India's defence ministry, but the hostilities were well short of previous days. Since all aid and support has already been stopped, no further action may be taken, barring the fact that they may speak against Pakistan in worldwide forum...

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  • Venezuela turns to Russian Federation for help as crisis deepens
Venezuela turns to Russian Federation for help as crisis deepens

The U.S. draft stresses the need to prevent further deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Venezuela and to facilitate unhindered access and delivery of assistance to all in need in the entirety of the territory of Venezuela in accordance with humanitarian principles.

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  • Venezuelan foreign minister calls for Maduro-Trump summit
Venezuelan foreign minister calls for Maduro-Trump summit

Several Latin American, European and other diplomats also joined Wood's walkout. The proposed resolution, obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press, also expresses "deep concern" at "the violence and excessive use of force by Venezuelan security forces against unarmed, peaceful protesters" and "recent attempts to block the delivery of humanitar...

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  • Farming Minister George Eustice quits Government over Theresa May's Brexit stance
Farming Minister George Eustice quits Government over Theresa May's Brexit stance

The fisheries minister said the prime minister's decision to allow MPs a vote on delaying Brexit would lead to the European Union "dictating terms". However, EU diplomats say that a suggestion to let Britain remain a full EU member until even, say, the end of next year - which was due to be a status-quo transition period - may be as much meant ...

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  • Captured Indian Pilot Will Be Released, Pakistan PM Says
Captured Indian Pilot Will Be Released, Pakistan PM Says

Speaker Asad Qaiser chaired the joint session of National Assembly and Senate on Friday in which the parliament strongly condemned the blatant Indian aggression against Pakistan on February 26 and 27, saying it was completely in violation of the United Nations Charter, worldwide law and interstate norms.

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  • Democrats eye new inquiries, witnesses after Cohen testimony
Democrats eye new inquiries, witnesses after Cohen testimony

House Intelligence Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff called the closed-door session with Cohen productive and said lawmakers were able to "drill down in great detail" on issues they are investigating. Weisselberg was granted immunity a year ago to testify before a federal grand jury in NY relating to the investigation into the hush money payments.

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  • Trump says USA unwilling to lift N. Korea sanctions
Trump says USA unwilling to lift N. Korea sanctions

A joint agreement signing ceremony was scrapped. "Sometimes you have to walk and this one of those times". Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio said on Twitter, "Thankfully @POTUS didn't fall for a deal involving meaningless #NorthKorea measures in exchange for meaningful USA concessions".

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  • Did Global Pressure Lead Imran Khan To Announce Pilot's Release?
Did Global Pressure Lead Imran Khan To Announce Pilot's Release?

India's foreign ministry had demanded the "immediate and safe return" of the pilot , calling on Pakistan to ensure no harm comes to him. One day after Surgical Strike 2, on Wednesday morning, Pakistan Air Force tried to intrude Indian airspace and while Indian Air Force chased them out taking down one of the PAF jets, PAF managed to strike one...

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  • Canada opposition leader demands Trudeau quit over ethics allegations
Canada opposition leader demands Trudeau quit over ethics allegations

He also called for a federal investigation into the possibility that government officials obstructed justice. He also repeated that both him and his office were appropriate in all their dealings with Wilson-Raybould and her office, and that he disagreed with her version of events.

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  • Israel AG to indict PM Netanyahu for corruption
Israel AG to indict PM Netanyahu for corruption

JERUSALEM - Israel's attorney general was expected to deliver a much-anticipated decision Thursday on whether to indict Benjamin Netanyahu on a series of corruption allegations, a momentous move that looks to shake up Israel's election campaign and potentially spell the end of the prime minister's illustrious political career.

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  • Akali Dal, BJP to fight Punjab Lok Sabha polls together: Amit Shah
Akali Dal, BJP to fight Punjab Lok Sabha polls together: Amit Shah

On Thursday, however, he said his comments had been reported out of context. This is not first time that i said BJP in Karnataka will win minimum 22 seats under the able leadership of Modi ji. Yeddyurappa's remarks were criticised by many Twitter users. The tears of the soldiers' families have not dried up and already [there are] calculations o...

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  • Pakistan Air Force downs two Indian aircraft
Pakistan Air Force downs two Indian aircraft

The move comes in the wake of reported military strikes by India's Air Force on Pakistani soil.an official spokesperson of the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority, said , "Pakistani airspace along with Western Indian airspace is now deserted".

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  • Trump, Kim to meet for 2 hours on Day 1 : Yonhap
Trump, Kim to meet for 2 hours on Day 1 : Yonhap

While that first summit ended with a vague statement promising to work "towards complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula", they have since disagreed on what that means, and this time Trump in particular faces pressure to deliver concrete results.

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  • Amid India-Pak Tensions, Airlines Offer Relief To Passengers
Amid India-Pak Tensions, Airlines Offer Relief To Passengers

There were no immediate reports of any casualties or damage. The chopper broke into two and caught fire immediately. The Indian authorities have allowed commercial operations to all the airports that were shut after a few fighter jets of the Pakistani Air Force entered the Indian side of Kashmir.

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  • A delay 'doesn't deliver' says Theresa May at EU-Arab states summit
A delay 'doesn't deliver' says Theresa May at EU-Arab states summit

May indicated that an extension through the end of June was feasible and relatively straightforward. There was no indication of what would happen if MPs vote down not only Mrs May's deal and no-deal, but also an extension, with Number 10 saying only that such a combination of results would be "contradictory".

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  • Holy See Issues Statement on Conviction, Appeal of Cardinal Pell
Holy See Issues Statement on Conviction, Appeal of Cardinal Pell

Patrick's Cathedral while he was Archbishop of Melbourne in the late 1990s. The former Vatican treasurer, Australia's highest-ranked Catholic and the third most powerful man in the Church was found guilty December 11 in a Melbourne courtroom on one charge of sexual penetration of a child under 16 years of age and four charges of committing an...

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  • Has McConnell given up defeating Dems’ border-emergency rebuke bill?
Has McConnell given up defeating Dems’ border-emergency rebuke bill?

The resolution is expected to pass both the House and the Senate with the support of Republican representative Justin Amash of MI and Republican senators Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine. "I said that we would challenge him in the courts, we would challenge him in Congress, and I believe the American people will challenge him, a...

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