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He re-emerged in P3 place with Hamilton inheriting the lead from his teammate. We did not finish the race, so it is not great but this can happens sometimes'. "Communication is really hard when you are trying to catch Vettel". Raikkonen came in for his second change after 36 of 57 laps of the 5.4-kilometre (3.3-mile) desert circuit.
  • BJP protests against Congress in Parliament over disruptions

    BJP protests against Congress in Parliament over disruptions

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    With the rally, Shah sounded off the bugle for the 2019 polls in a distinctly electoral speech that targeted the Opposition parties and reiterated the BJP's commitment to Dalits, the poor, the backward and farmers. He appealed to the BJP Karyakartas to embrace the changing circumstances and at the same time work for the common good of society. And all the animals, be it the cats, snakes, mongoose, dog, cheetah and the lion, all take refuge on that tree to save themselves from getting washed ...
  • P2-B aid for workers hit by Boracay closure

    P2-B aid for workers hit by Boracay closure

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    The threat of closure first emerged in February when Duterte blasted the tiny island's 500 tourism-related hotels, restaurants and other businesses, accusing them of dumping sewage directly into the sea. "We fully support the government's intention to make Boracay fully safe and environmentally friendly". "The tour guides have already complained that they have no more guests".
  • UN Seeks Access to Douma in Eastern Ghouta, People 'on Their Knees'

    UN Seeks Access to Douma in Eastern Ghouta, People 'on Their Knees'

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    A state television correspondent reported that the "implementation phase of removing" Jaysh al-Islam from Douma began on Monday. The BBC's Martin Patience in Beirut says one suggestion is that the rebels may lay down their arms and in return become part of a security force recognised by the Syrian government.
  • Palestinian injured on Friday on Gaza border dies of wounds

    Palestinian injured on Friday on Gaza border dies of wounds

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    The military was on high alert ahead of Friday. The UN's special envoy for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, Nickolay Mladenov, urged both sides not to "intentionally" endanger civilians. Israel has defended its actions by saying the marches are planned by Hamas, which is sworn to Israel's destruction. Other blockade-busting tactics by Hamas have failed over the years , including three cross-border wars with Israel and repeated rounds of unsuccessful power-sharing talks with the West ...
  • Prince Philip recovering after 'successful' hip replacement surgery

    Prince Philip recovering after 'successful' hip replacement surgery

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    Police officers stand guard outside the King Edward VII's Hospital where Britain's Prince Philip has been admitted for surgery, in central London , Britain, April 4, 2018. Buckingham Palace announced the news in a statement on Tuesday. Details about the hip surgery, however, have not been revealed. Some media reports in the United Kingdom indicated that the timing of Prince Philip's hip replacement surgery was in preparation for the activities that will be involved in the royal wedding ...
  • Syrian state media: last rebel group starts leaving Ghouta

    Syrian state media: last rebel group starts leaving Ghouta

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    Syrian government forces backed by Russian Federation have recaptured almost all of eastern Ghouta , which was the last major rebel enclave on the outskirts of Damascus , in a ferocious assault that began in February, marking a major victory for President Bashar al-Assad.
  • Shares of U.S. exporters tumble as China retaliates on tariffs

    Shares of U.S. exporters tumble as China retaliates on tariffs

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    Canada's soybean producers say China's expanded list of tariffs to be applied on USA products will cause global disruptions and uncertainty. Stocks remain lower on Wall Street amid an escalating trade dispute between the US and China but have pared some of their sharp early losses.
  • US Sues California Over Law Interfering With Federal Land Sale

    US Sues California Over Law Interfering With Federal Land Sale

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    The California legislature concluded , however, that "this bill does not violate the property clause of the U.S. Constitution because it does not actually prohibit the federal government from conveying its property". "Government-by-litigation isn't what the American people voted for and attempting to thwart an administration's elected agenda through endless, meritless lawsuits is a risky precedent", Sessions said .
  • Trump threatens aid for Honduras, other nations over 'migrant caravan'

    Trump threatens aid for Honduras, other nations over 'migrant caravan'

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    Spurred on by right wing media, Trump has leapt on the " caravan " as evidence of the need for a border wall. "I said (to Mexican officials), 'I hope you're going to tell that caravan not to get up to the border.' And I think they're doing that because, as of 12 minutes ago, it was all being broken up", he said.
  • French strike affects Swiss rail connections

    French strike affects Swiss rail connections

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    If Macron triumphs over the unions, it will set the tone for other key reform plans including revamping the education system and overhauling pensions. An Ifop poll released over the weekend said 46 percent think the SNCF strike is justified, while 53 percent say it isn't. Under government plans, these historical benefits would not be applied to new rail staff.
  • UMC Plants Pinwheel for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

    UMC Plants Pinwheel for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

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    In the state of Iowa, Black Hawk County ranks as one of the highest in the state for reported child abuse cases. It's the only nationally distributed, evidence-based program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes and change child protective behaviors.
  • Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen

    Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen

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    The UN has said that three-quarters of Yemen's population - about 22 million people - need some form of aid. "Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis ", Guterres said, calling the situation "catastrophic". "I urge all parties to engage with my new Special Envoy , Martin Griffiths, without delay", Guterres said. Guterres said he saw "positive perspectives" for preparing a plan of action "to lead to an effective inter-Yemeni dialogue able to achieve a political solution, with of ...
  • Chemical weapons watchdog to meet on poisoned ex-spy case

    Chemical weapons watchdog to meet on poisoned ex-spy case

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    Scientists at the U.K's Porton Down lab have identified the poison as a Soviet-developed type of nerve agent known as Novichok, and the British government says the only plausible explanation is that it came from Russian Federation. The comments come after Mr Putin's foreign minister accused Theresa May of "resorting to open lies". Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were attacked with the nerve agent on 4 March.
  • EPA to ease emission standards; changes could spark legal battle in California

    EPA to ease emission standards; changes could spark legal battle in California

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    Mr. Pruitt made his announcement April 2 with the completion of the required Midterm Evaluation of the GHG and CAFE standards set by the Obama administration in 2012. The Trump administration announced that fuel-efficiency regulations for cars and light trucks are too stringent and must be revised, beginning a process sought by the US auto industry to roll back anti-pollution targets.
  • Israel to send more than 16000 African migrants to Western countries

    Israel to send more than 16000 African migrants to Western countries

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    Under the five-year agreement with the UN refugee agency , more than 16,000 African migrants who entered the country illegally, many of them seeking asylum, would be resettled in Western nations such as Germany, Italy and Canada. Advocacy groups working on behalf of the migrants had challenged the deportation plans in Israel's high court, securing a temporary freeze on the plan on March 15.
  • Ohio Farmers Worried After China Retaliates With Tariffs Of Its Own

    Ohio Farmers Worried After China Retaliates With Tariffs Of Its Own

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    Tim Walz , who represents one major USA pork producing county and is running for governor, said in a statement prepared for Roll Call . China raised import duties on a $3 billion list of USA goods in response to the tariffs on imported steel and aluminium that President Donald Trump ordered last month.
  • Conte on his way and Chelsea know who they want

    Conte on his way and Chelsea know who they want

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    The Italian lifted the Premier League title in his first season in England in 2016/17, but Neville says his situation is part of the nature of the job at Chelsea . The Englishman also took a sly dig at Conte's repeated complaints about Chelsea's transfer strategy. But for us, it's about maintaining the Champions League every year and hopefully we can do that, and trying to win a trophy.
  • Ghouta Falls in Syrian Regime's Clutches

    Ghouta Falls in Syrian Regime's Clutches

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    According to SANA, the Syrian government dispatched more than 50 buses to Douma to take the rebels out. Army of Islam officials did not respond to requests for comment by The Associated Press. This development came as the Syrian army has so far captured over 90 percent of Eastern Ghouta in an offensive that has been dragging on since late last month.
  • Erdogan calls Netanyahu 'terrorist, occupier' over Gaza carnage

    Erdogan calls Netanyahu 'terrorist, occupier' over Gaza carnage

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    Following Netanyahu's retaliation, Erdogan accused the Israeli prime minister of being "a terrorist". On Saturday, Turkish President Erdogan slammed Israel for the " inhumane attack". Speaking during a press conference in Paris alongside French President Emmanuel Macron, Netanyahu said, "I am not used to receiving lectures about morality from a leader who bombs Kurdish villages in his native Turkey, who jails journalists, who helps Iran go around worldwide sanctions, and who helps ...
  • Teaneck (6) at Nutley (7)

    Teaneck (6) at Nutley (7)

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    Catholic High managed to successfully prevent Raffles from increasing their lead during the bottom of the fourth inning, tightening the score line 6 - 4. Upon seeing that the next batter, Shane Lee (CHS #56) made a hard hit over Raffles' 3rd baseman, he made an ambitious run for third base. Padgett was 1-3 with 5 RBIs and got the win in the circle.
  • 10 people killed in Indore building collapse

    10 people killed in Indore building collapse

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    Police said many people are feared trapped under the debris while rescue operations are underway. "I pray that everyone survives and those wounded recover soon". "It has come to light that some fix work was going on inside the building for the last few days and that just before the mishap, a wall of the building collapsed following which the entire structure came crashing down", he told PTI .
  • Turkey says will take action if militants do not leave Syria's Manbij

    Turkey says will take action if militants do not leave Syria's Manbij

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    The warning has appeared after French President Emmanuel Macron made a promise to grant stronger aid to Kurdish militants in northern Syria. Turkey dismissed it out of hand in a move likely to further fuel tension with France, which has expressed clear concerns over an ongoing Turkish military operation in northern Syria.
  • Vietnam vets honored with AMP ceremony

    Vietnam vets honored with AMP ceremony

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    The ceremony honored and recognized the heroism of the Sailors, Marines, Airmen and Soldiers who served during the Vietnam War. March 29 marked the 45th anniversary of when the last USA combat forces withdrew from Vietnam. "Whatever we can do to help support the veterans", said Brandi Cartland, an American Legion Rider. Becker said then when the military was through with them, all they did was give you a plane ticket and tell you to go home.
  • Winning ticket for Mega Millions jackpot sold in NJ

    Winning ticket for Mega Millions jackpot sold in NJ

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    It's a 1 in 12,607,306 shot to win the second prize of at least $1 million by matching five numbers. "She doesn't let me down". With over half a billion dollars up for grabs, the Mega Millions lottery drew its latest numbers for its jackpot on Friday.
  • Karnataka Date Leak: Only Congress, not BJP's Amit Malviya, to be quizzed

    Karnataka Date Leak: Only Congress, not BJP's Amit Malviya, to be quizzed

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    BJP chief Amit Shah's faux pas in calling Mr Yeddyurappa one of the most corrupt notwithstanding. He said that the people of Karnataka were not happy with the rule of Siddramiah and want to change the government. Tiwari said the tweet by the BJP functionary has impacted the credibility of the Commission. The date of counting was different though. He was correct about the day of the voting, but got the counting date wrong.
  • First Warning Forecast: Warm Then Wet Weather

    First Warning Forecast: Warm Then Wet Weather

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    There are now two yellow weather warnings for snow in place for Good Friday and Easter Monday . Originally, the region were expected to be battered by strong northerly winds - which could have brought with it a third round of snow. In fact, milder air is making a push back at us, offering the forcing mechanism that takes all of that moisture from the surface and pumps it back up to keep the rain going.
  • 'Serial' podcast subject Adnan Syed granted new trial

    'Serial' podcast subject Adnan Syed granted new trial

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    Syed was convicted in 2000 of killing Hae Min Lee, his high school sweetheart . A month later, her body was found in a Baltimore-area park. Today, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals decided it would uphold that ruling, paving the way for Syed's new case.
  • Election Commission sets up panel to probe leak of Karnataka poll date

    Election Commission sets up panel to probe leak of Karnataka poll date

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    According to reports, action would be taken against the person who leaked information from the Election Commission, and not against Amit Malviya . Winning Karnataka is crucial for the Congress because it has lost several states across the India in the recent past and is left with just four states - Punjab, Karnataka, Meghalaya and Mizoram - where it is in power.
  • Suspicious packages found at several military installations in DC area

    Suspicious packages found at several military installations in DC area

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    Multiple independent sources with direct knowledge confirmed to ABC News that authorities have arrested a suspect in the Seattle area in connection with the suspicious packages sent to government facilities. That package contained explosive material, testing positive for black powder and residue. Law enforcement officials asked not to be identified discussing the case because the investigation continues.
  • Cold Tonight, then Warming Up Through the Week

    Cold Tonight, then Warming Up Through the Week

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    The forecast for beach and boating on Tuesday calls for winds to be easterly between 10 and 15 knots, with seas 2 feet. We could see some rain start to move in overnight Sunday , but for now we're keeping the rain chance off the board through the weekend.
  • Census will ask about citizenship; California sues

    Census will ask about citizenship; California sues

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    Opponents of a 2020 Census question about citizenship status say it could further discourage immigrants from participating in the count, especially when they are already fearful of how information could be used against them. Schneiderman says the decision to add the question "directly targets" states with large immigrant populations. "It is long settled that all persons residing in the United States - citizens and non-citizens alike - must be counted to fulfill the Constitution's "actual ...
  • Seven former JDS MLAs join Cong in Karnataka

    Seven former JDS MLAs join Cong in Karnataka

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    Koliwad told reporters he had accepted the resignations because they were in order. "Will he listen to us?" said Khan. The observer from the Election Commission has been requested to "countermand" the election process, he added. However, the fight will be between the third candidate of the Congress and the JDS' Farooq. Shah's meeting with the seer is being seen as an attempt to reach out to the Lingayats/Veeshaivas, who are numerically and politically powerful in the state and form a major ...
  • Murder of elderly woman in Paris probed as anti-Semitic

    Murder of elderly woman in Paris probed as anti-Semitic

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    Knoll escaped a 1942 roundup of Jews in Paris by French police in Nazi German-occupied Paris , Poland's niezalezna.pl website reported . "And then, she was an 85-year-old lady who had lived her life trying to make the most out of what life could give her because she had suffered during the war".