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Bombing of Syrian bus convoy kills dozens outside Aleppo

A report said that dozens of buses were carrying children, women and men and were not allowed to proceed towards rebel-held Idlib as per the negotiation. People who were evacuated from the two villages of Kefraya and Foua wait near buses, after a stall in an agreement between the opposition and Syrian regime army, at Rashideen. Continua a leggere...

I ruined Trump's 'unbelievably successful couple of weeks' - Sean Spicer

The remarks sparked instant outrage as Hitler notoriously used chemical gas to kill millions of Jewish people, LGBTQ people, and others during World War II. "This was mine to own, mine to apologize for", said Spicer who has been lambasted for his comments and several failed attempts to clarify his remarks that just got him into even further trouble. Continua a leggere...

Protestors call on President Trump to release his tax returns

Austin police said they have no record of any arrests. Photographs of the scene published online show at least two men with bloodied faces. "Donald Trump's refusal to release his tax returns violates a bipartisan presidential practice that goes back to Watergate" said Congressman Jamie Raskin (D-MD). Continua a leggere...

Trump mum about failed N. Korea missile launch

On a long-planned 10-day trip to Asia, his first official visit to the region, Mr Pence will reaffirm the USA commitment to stand by its regional allies, officials say . "We stand alongside our worldwide partners in making clear that North Korea must adhere to United Nations resolutions created to secure peace and stability in the region and stop its pursuit of nuclear weapons", he said. Continua a leggere...

North Korea Attempts Missile Launch, but Fails

North Korea Attempts Missile Launch, but Fails The North Koreans use Sinpo shipyard for their submarine activity, and USA satellites have observed increased activity there in April, a USA official said at the time of the previous test. The United States also could apply pressure on China with so-called secondary sanctions, which would target Chinese companies and banks that deal with North Korea. Continua a leggere...

Canada introduces legislation to legalise marijuana

Under the federal government's proposed new law introduced today. "We know that criminal prohibition has failed to protect our kids and our communities", said parliamentary secretary Bill Blair. Public health experts have mostly backed a minimum age of 21 as the brain continues to develop to about 25, according to a government-backed panel. Continua a leggere...

Flooding, landslides & power outages: Cyclone Cook wreaks havoc in NZ (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Flooding, landslides & power outages: Cyclone Cook wreaks havoc in NZ (PHOTOS, VIDEOS) Roofs were torn off in Hawke's Bay, windows smashed in Whakatane, trampolines tossed in the air, mud dumped on roads and hundreds of trees uprooted across the island from the "worst storm in generations". Forecasts said the storm would be the worst since 1968, but meteorologists told local media that the storm system instead tracked away and because it was moving quickly the rain didn't last so ... Continua a leggere...