• Isolated storms Thursday, scattered rain Friday

    Isolated storms Thursday, scattered rain Friday

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    Historical data shows that May is the most common month for tornadoes , with many occurring in the Plains. A large amount of Thursday morning storms may have the tendency to stabilize the air while a smaller coverage could allow for a greater instability for the area by later in the day.
  • Israeli PM talks Iran, trade with Japanese counterpart

    Israeli PM talks Iran, trade with Japanese counterpart

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    In an elaborate televised presentation on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed a massive trove of over 100,000 files obtained by Israel in a stunning intelligence operation. Abe invited Netanyahu for another visit to Japan, and said he was pleased that there had been a dramatic rise in Japanese investment in Israel under his government.
  • Donald Trump claims Robert Mueller probe is interfering with his presidential duties

    Donald Trump claims Robert Mueller probe is interfering with his presidential duties

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    White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement Wednesday that Flood would be joining the White House staff to "represent the president and the administration against the Russian Federation witch hunt". But Trump's freewheeling speaking style is well-known both to his critics and his supporters, including his lawyers. There's still no word from the White House as to whether Trump will sit down to answer these questions or others for the investigation.
  • UPNG celebrates Media Freedom Day

    UPNG celebrates Media Freedom Day

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    According to the NGO, The most unsafe countries for journalists since the beginning of this year are Afghanistan with 11 killed, Mexico (4), Syria (4), Ecuador (3), India (3) and Yemen (3). Another highpoint of the celebration would be the Award ceremony of the UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize. In a statement, PEC said it "deplored the dramatic increase in media victims as the world celebrates World Press Freedom Day tomorrow, Thursday 3 May 2018", adding that the number of ...
  • Trump Tries to Influence the 2026 World Cup Vote

    Trump Tries to Influence the 2026 World Cup Vote

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    The US, Canada and Mexico bid group said in a diplomatic statement: "From the beginning, we have received great support from the Canadian, Mexican and United States governments". "Together we support the candidacy of Mexico, Canada and U.S. as the headquarters of the World Cup 2026", the Mexican president wrote. "We hope to be the economic partner of choice for nations across the continent and all around the world", Trump said, adding that the United States is "respected again" when it comes ...
  • Amazon Adds 3000 Jobs to its Vancouver Tech Hub

    Amazon Adds 3000 Jobs to its Vancouver Tech Hub

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    The corporate positions will focus on e-commerce, cloud-based systems and machine learning, according to Amazon, jobs which Klugen believes will only continue to increase in demand across the tech industry as more turn to cloud technologies.
  • Britain's immigration regime thrown into disarray with the exit of Amber Rudd

    Britain's immigration regime thrown into disarray with the exit of Amber Rudd

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    She resigned following a series of Home Office leaks to the Guardian , which revealed that information had been provided to her office about the targets. "That is a huge responsibility, something I take very, very seriously". The crisis has unfolded rapidly over the past few weeks after it emerged that changes to Britain's immigration system had resulted in injustices to members of the Windrush generation - men and women largely from former British colonies in the Caribbean whose families ...
  • Knife attacker kills 9 children in China

    Knife attacker kills 9 children in China

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    The attacker had been bullied at school and harboured a hatred of children, the report by state broadcaster CCTV said. The site of the attacks was No. The 28-year-old chose to take his anger out on the current students - killing five girls and two boys, whose ages were unknown. The suspect was identified as Zhao Moumou of Mizhi County.