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World News SC governor offers to send troops for border to Texas
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As many as 4,000 National Guard troops could soon be on their way to the border, where Mr. Trump has said they will stay and defend the border until the wall he wants there is completed. South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, a Republican, offered to send members of his state's Guard as well. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials have described the new, heightened barrier as a structure that will be harder to get over, under and through than the old post and rail barriers that line the ...

World News ADB projects 7pc GDP growth for 2017-18
Author: 0 ADB projects 7pc GDP growth for 2017-18

The report said inflation was forecast to rise to 3.2 percent in 2018 and 3.5 percent in 2019. ADB forecasts GDP growth in Asia and the Pacific to reach 6 percent in 2018 and 5.9 percent in 2019, a slight deceleration from the 6.1 percent registered in 2017.

World News Donald Trump: Syria attack will be met forcefully
Author: 0 Donald Trump: Syria attack will be met forcefully

By Monday, the United States and France had promised a "strong, joint response" and Britain, too, joined a growing chorus demanding action. US officials are assessing whether Syrian President Bashar Assad's government was behind Saturday's suspected chemical weapons attack on rebel-held Douma, east of Damascus.

World News Condition of Sergei Skripal 'improving rapidly'
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The main entrance to the Salisbury District Hospital in southern England, seen early last month after Sergei and Yulia Skripal were admitted after their poisoning. Meanwhile, the British ambassador to the United Nations, Karen Pierce , has compared welcoming Russian Federation as part of the investigation to " Scotland Yard inviting in Professor Moriarty", in reference to the arch nemesis of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.

World News Portland music festival sues Coachella
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Following, Soul'd Out proceeded to file a suit to the United States District Court saying that requiring artists to sign a 5 month radius clause, even after the festival, violates anti-trust and unfair competition laws, creating " an illegal monopoly in the market for live music festival performances ".

World News Reports of woman being gang-raped in custody not true — SAPS
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Though in some ways there is less jealousy perhaps - no fear that a partner might cheat on me because why lie about it when having another partner is allowed anyway? He has put me through a lot so I thought it was only fair. The idea that loving more than one person might not make me a awful human being only dawned on me when, at a pub, I bumped into a person who had more than one partner.

World News Pennsylvania school district hands out baseball bats for classroom defense
Author: 0 Pennsylvania school district hands out baseball bats for classroom defense

As pointed out by Hall, district's revised school shooting response plans were formed to consider options that are available at hand instead of "hiding and waiting". She said department officials were immediately dispatched to the school. Kamaile Academy in Waianae has about 130 students in grades 9 to 12. For a new high school to be built, RDCRS says it would need a minimum of 500 students.

World News Vietnam among top 10 countries affected by Cambridge Analytica scandal
Author: 0 Vietnam among top 10 countries affected by Cambridge Analytica scandal

The company apologized for not doing so sooner. "All organisations that are covered by the Privacy Act have obligations in relation to the personal information that they hold", Ms Falk said . Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, told Bloomberg in an interview on Thursday that a few advertisers had paused spending in the wake of the incident, but that the company was having reassuring conversations about how it has built privacy into its system.

World News Death notices for April 9
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He and Betty Sue Long were married August 17, 1957, in Braggadocio, Missouri. Her faith was very important to her. Mareta was a member of St. Matthews Lutheran Church, the ladies aid and LWML. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery. The family would like to send a special thanks to the staff and friends at Cribbs Assisted Living of Wesbury United Methodist Community in Meadville.

World News US, global allies discussing options for Syria
Author: 0 US, global allies discussing options for Syria

The president's new national security adviser, John Bolton, urged Trump to skip the trip, an official said. Nebenzia told the council Tuesday the US resolution was trying to recreate the JIM, which he said "became a puppet in the hands of anti-Damascus forces".

World News The last day of Mark Zuckerberg's testimony begins at 10AM
Author: 0 The last day of Mark Zuckerberg's testimony begins at 10AM

Zuckerberg didn't seem willing to name a direct competitor and instead wanted to name "categories of competitors". "The limits of your right to privacy", said Sen. Numerous Senators on the panel did, however, question whether users were giving informed consent; in other words, whether they knew what they were agreeing to.

World News Russian Ambassador Warns of 'Grave Repercussions' if Attacks on Syria Carried Out
Author: 0 Russian Ambassador Warns of 'Grave Repercussions' if Attacks on Syria Carried Out

At the council meeting , Nebenzia warned that a U.S. military strike against Syria could have "grave repercussions" and stressed that the use of chlorine or sarin had not been confirmed in the attack . It comes after Syria and its military backer, Russia , both said they wanted to facilitate a visit by inspectors. The politician said the Syrian government was expecting a limited strike, similar to the one on Shayrat air base last year, referring to last year's U.S.

World News Banks that deal with sanctioned Russians could draw United States ire
Author: 0 Banks that deal with sanctioned Russians could draw United States ire

Saturday's Foreign Office statement said: "It's over three weeks since we asked Russian Federation to engage constructively and answer a number of questions relating to the attempted assassinations of Mr Skripal and his daughter". Experts largely agree that Washington and Moscow have conflicting interests in the Middle East and worldwide, and that the risk of a military confrontation between the two superpowers is growing.

World News Race 3 filmmakers decide to shoot in India for Salman Khan
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There are still few action scenes from the movie Race 3 which were scheduled to be shot across the world but now the director and producers of the film have chose to resume the shooting in India itself. Attaching the Race 3 trailer stems from its expected viewership across the country. Bollywood's superstar Salman Khan was granted bail by a district and sessions court in Jodhpur in the 1998 black buck poaching case in which he has been sentenced to five years in jail, his friends and ...

World News Trump to skip South America summit to focus on Syria
Author: 0 Trump to skip South America summit to focus on Syria

Vice President Pence will make the trip to the Summit of the Americas in Peru instead, Sanders said. It's scheduled to begin April 13. President Trump said Monday that US farmers will ride out Chinese tariffs in a trade feud because they are "great patriots", and he promised the government will make their financial situation stronger eventually.

World News Israel attacks Hamas after bomb explodes on Gaza border
Author: 0 Israel attacks Hamas after bomb explodes on Gaza border

The uproar from civil servants likely prompted the PA to issue its statement on Tuesday. "In response, the Israel Defence Forces struck a number of Hamas military targets", it added. Abbas also announced plans to sanction Hamas over the assassination attempt. Multiple reconciliation attempts between Hamas and Fatah have failed, most recently after an Egyptian-brokered deal signed in October.

World News Israel to investigate sniper shooting unarmed Gaza citizen video
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On Monday, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) warned that the use of live fire by Israeli soldiers against Palestinian protesters in the occupied Gaza Strip could "constitute crimes under the Rome Statute". Son of a bitch!" The Palestinian who was shot was suspected of organising a "riot, which included rock hurling and attempts to sabotage the security fence, and lasted about two hours", the statement said.

World News Judge rejects dismissal of case against two Reuters journalists in Myanmar
Author: 0 Judge rejects dismissal of case against two Reuters journalists in Myanmar

Almost all of Myanmar's 1.1 million Rohingya live in the western coastal state of Rakhine. Social Welfare Minister Win Myat Aye, who is leading rehabilitation efforts in Rakhine State, met about 50 newly arrived refugees in the Kutupalong refugee camp in southeast Bangladesh, according to Mohammed Shamsud Douza, the deputy Bangladesh government official in charge of the refugees.

World News Russian Federation warns U.S. against Syria strike
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The Syrian government has invited the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to send a team to investigate allegations of a chemical attack in Douma , state media reported . Government forces deny using chemical weapons , as does Russian Federation, which backs Assad in Syria . Haley wants the Security Council to vote on the USA draft resolution on Tuesday.

Author: 0 Senior Chinese official may hold talks with Kim Jong Un

He also visited the Seoul National Cemetery to pay tribute to Korean War veterans before returning to Japan. Although the South considers the human rights issue as "important" at present its top priority is denuclearisation and the establishment of peace on the Korean Peninsula .

World News Paul Ryan will not seek re-election to Congress
Author: 0 Paul Ryan will not seek re-election to Congress

After almost twenty years in the House, the speaker is proud of all that has been accomplished and is ready to devote more of his time to being a husband and a father. They did not say why Ryan has decided not to run. MSNBC reports NBC News has confirmed Speaker Ryan will not seek re-election. Top contenders to replace him are McCarthy and Senate majority leader Steve Scalise .

Author: 0 Ronaldinho on how Barcelona will react when Messi calls time on career

The French global has emerged as one of Europe's most talented young defenders in the last couple of years following his €25million move from Lyon to Barcelona in 2016, and he has made 78 appearances in all competitions for the La Liga champions-elect since arriving.

World News Nitish and Sushil Modi conspiring against Lalu, says Rabri Devi
Author: 0 Nitish and Sushil Modi conspiring against Lalu, says Rabri Devi

Responding to the withdrawal of 32 military jawans from duty at her residence late on Tuesday, former Bihar chief minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Rabri Devi has written to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. RJD leaders attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, alleging that it was a malicious exercise and wondered if it was a coincidence that their leader had been questioned by the CBI when the prime minister was visiting the state.

World News OH early voting begins
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Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is reminding Hoosiers that early and absentee voting for the May Primary Election has begun. "We're doing everything we can to make it accommodating to the voters". The Election Board is accepting applications for absentee mailed ballots through April 30 by 11:59 p.m. Voters may also vote early by mail. "Voters are welcome to come in here to vote".

World News Alberta prepared to buy Trans Mountain pipeline outright, Notley says
Author: 0 Alberta prepared to buy Trans Mountain pipeline outright, Notley says

The reaction from both Alberta's premier and leader of opposition indicate that province is ready to go to economic war to make sure that pipeline is built, including going so far as taking a stake in the pipeline. They also say that, by increasing the volume of oil shipped to the USA and Asian markets, the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is ignoring its commitments to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

World News Supreme Court scraps plea on framing rules to regulate composition of benches
Author: 0 Supreme Court scraps plea on framing rules to regulate composition of benches

The Supreme Court said, "The Chief Justice of India ( CJI ) is the "first among equals" and has the constitutional authority to decide allocation of cases and setting up of benches to hear them". Though the listing of politically sensitive matters appears to be "routine", they seem designed in a particular direction to exclude other benches from hearing them, it said.

World News Battle over shrine to dead burglar Henry Vincent
Author: 0 Battle over shrine to dead burglar Henry Vincent

Mr Osborn-Brooks was arrested on suspicion of murder and released on bail, but was told on Friday that no action would be taken, the Metropolitan Police said. However within a few hours of the tributes being laid, the balloons were popped, cards trashed, and flowers were ruined as the tribute was torn down.