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Saudi Arabia is looking forward to have a strong and friendly relations with the USA following the recent visit of Saudi Deputy Crown Prince bin Salman with President Trump at the White House. The appointment is aimed at strengthening of bilateral ties with Washington under President Donald Trump administration. Saudi Arabia is opposed to the now-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, to which Morsi belongs.
  • Massive US Bomb Death Toll Rises to 94

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    The US military said that the bomb, set off in the eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Thursday, was aimed to destroy a tunnel and cave complex used by ISIS militants in the region. US President Donald Trump called Thursday's operation a "very, very successful mission". But the use of the massive weapon has also drawn criticism, including from former President Hamid Karzai, who told a gathering in Kabul on Saturday that it amounted to "a national treason".
  • Mike Pence Says 'All Options Are On The Table' With North Korea

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    The unannounced visit Monday at the start of his 10-day trip to Asia was a USA show of force that allowed the vice president to gaze at North Korean soldiers from afar and stare directly across a border marked by razor wire. "All options are on the table to achieve the objectives and ensure the stability of the people of this country", he told reporters as tinny propaganda music floated across from the North Korean side.
  • Putin, Tillerson discuss bad state of US-Russian ties, Kremlin says

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    Lavrov doubled down on Russia's support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, repeating denials that Assad's government was to blame for the gas attack last week. "It reminds me of the events in 2003 when United States envoys to the Security Council were demonstrating what they said were chemical weapons found in Iraq".
  • Dragnet for Suspected Facebook Killer Steve Stephens Widens Beyond Ohio

    Dragnet for Suspected Facebook Killer Steve Stephens Widens Beyond Ohio

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    Police say Stephens broadcast a video on Facebook that showed him get out of his vehicle and shoot a random man walking along East 93rd Street about 2 p.m. Cleveland-based WEWS obtained the videos before Stephens' Facebook page was deactivated . Stephens is a member of the assertive community treatment team at Beech Brook , a mental health organization in northeast OH, a spokesperson for his employer said.
  • Students clash with police in Indian Kashmir protests

    Students clash with police in Indian Kashmir protests

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    The students of Pulwama Degree College had alleged that the security forces not only harassed them but also barged into the college premises where they were forced them to chant slogans denouncing the separatists and the militants and "freedom cause" and that when they protested against it the latter resorted to "brute force" against them.
  • Trump signs bill to let states redirect funds away from abortion clinics

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    President Donald Trump has stirred controversy once again, this time introducing a bill that would eliminate funding for abortions. NARAL communications director Kaylie Hanson Long criticized Mr. "Prioritizing funding away from Planned Parenthood to comprehensive health care alternatives is a winning issue", Dannenfelser said in a statement .
  • Romagnoli and Zapata snatch sensational derby draw

    Romagnoli and Zapata snatch sensational derby draw

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    Inter, owned by Chinese group Suning since June 2016, had further chances early in the second half and although keeper Samir Handanovic was decisive a few times , the big Slovenian was left stranded when Alessio Romagnoli met Suso's cross at the back post to hit what initially seemed a late consolation on 83 minutes.
  • Alexander Radulov lifts Canadiens past Rangers in overtime

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    Marc-Andre Fleury handled 39 shots and had another 23 blocked by teammates. Byron scored at 15:42 when Chris Kreider lost the puck to Brendan Gallagher , who followed in after his shot was stopped to feed it in front. The Rangers fought back in the second and ended the period with a one goal lead. The physicality heated up in the second period when tempers rose after a whistle, leading to fighting majors to J.T.
  • US Senate Confirms Judge Neil Gorusch to Supreme Court

    US Senate Confirms Judge Neil Gorusch to Supreme Court

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    Gorsuch joins fellow conservatives Thomas, John Roberts, Samuel Alito and Anthony Kennedy on a court that also includes liberal justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. "We are mindful of the unique role the Senate plays in the legislative process, and we are steadfastly committed to ensuring that this great American institution continues to serve as the world's greatest deliberative body", said the letter that was sent to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, ...
  • Oxford wins boat race after WWII bomb removed from Thames

    Oxford wins boat race after WWII bomb removed from Thames

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    Their rhythm was superb and was able to resist the occasional Cambridge surges in what was an excellent competitive race. A shaky start of missed strokes forced Cambridge further away from the Surrey bend than they might have liked, and a superb Oxford boat put itself a quarter-length ahead before Cambridge had developed any rhythm.
  • Arkansas' multiple execution plan in limbo after rulings

    Arkansas' multiple execution plan in limbo after rulings

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    The state's compressed schedule had drawn widespread attention - for both the pace of the executions and the manner in which the state obtained the drugs it planned to use in the lethal injections. McGehee was granted a stay from execution in Arkansas, April 13, 2017. This means questions have been raised about the state's tactics in obtaining all three drugs used in the process.