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World News No decision on Syria yet, Trump weighing all options - WH
Author: 0 No decision on Syria yet, Trump weighing all options - WH

In April past year Trump ordered Tomahawk strikes on the Shayrat Airbase in response to a similar chemical weapons attack on rebel-held Khan Sheikhun. When asked whether the American blood will be spilt in case Russian lives are lost, Russian blood is spilt, Zakharova said, "I do not really want to even think about this because you know, I just want to remind you, myself and everybody who are watching this interview that we are living in 2018".

World News UK's Cabinet says Syria chemical attack calls for 'action'
Author: 0 UK's Cabinet says Syria chemical attack calls for 'action'

The Times reports that "the largest U.S. air and naval strike force since the 2003 Iraq war" is now heading towards Syria, and that US-led strikes are expected to begin "within the next three days". "We'll be coming out of Syria, like, very soon", he said. Amid the talk of military action, the Kremlin, a close ally of Assad, countered that more "serious approaches" were needed to combat the crisis.

World News Frantic search for woman who fell overboard on P&O cruise ship
Author: 0 Frantic search for woman who fell overboard on P&O cruise ship

The ship turned around immediately to search for the woman but Australian maritime authorities made a decision to end the search at around 07:30 Friday. The search was called off on Friday morning. "We are still in the area of the incident and the weather conditions with the swell three to four metres, as you can see outside, the strong wind and choppy seas, made our search extremely challenging".

World News Russian Federation vetoes Syria chemical weapons inquiry
Author: 0 Russian Federation vetoes Syria chemical weapons inquiry

Resolutions drafted by each country have been rejected at the UN Security Council. Moscow opposes any Western strike on its close ally Assad and has vetoed Security Council action on Syria 12 times since the conflict started. Worldwide chemical weapons experts are expected to go to Douma to investigate the suspected poison gas attack. Mr Nebenzia said the resolution was an attempt to recreate the old expert body, whose extension Moscow blocked in November.

World News Beyonce to reunite with Destiny's Child at Coachella
Author: 0 Beyonce to reunite with Destiny's Child at Coachella

Beyonce had some surprises packed during her almost two hour set as well. The Weeknd and Eminem also headlined the 2018 version of the festival. And, as reported, Beyoncé has finally reunited with Destiny's Child at Coachella . The Texan singer had been due to play Coachella a year ago, but was forced to pull out after becoming pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir . The trio last performed together at the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show.

World News Britain attacks Syria with cruise missiles to deter more chemical attacks
Author: 0 Britain attacks Syria with cruise missiles to deter more chemical attacks

May referred specifically to last month's nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the southern English cathedral city of Salisbury that she has blamed on Russian Federation. She said it was clear his regime was responsible for the attack in the rebel-held town of Douma last Saturday which left 75 people dead. French President Emmanuel Macron said the strikes had been limited so far to Syria´s chemical weapons facilities.

World News Kathua Rape-Murder Case: What we know so far
Author: 0 Kathua Rape-Murder Case: What we know so far

The ruling PDP thanked the BJP leadership for taking resignations of the two leaders. He rejected reports that there was any pressure from his alliance partner PDP for withdrawal of the two ministers. Singh and Ganga had attracted widespread anger and criticism for attending a meeting of the Hindu Ekta Manch, a lose group formed to support the accused, which demanded a Central Bureau of Investigation ( CBI ) probe into the case.

World News Judge expected to rule in ex-Army couple's abuse sentencing
Author: 0 Judge expected to rule in ex-Army couple's abuse sentencing

Walker, acting director of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, said in a news release. In 2017 there were a total of 76 child abuse reports investigated and sent for prosecution in Chambers County a year ago. "This is not, 'How many touchdowns can you get",' the judge said. The training summit held by the organization Alliance for Children encourages the community to address and end child maltreatment in Georgia.

World News First Rohingya family repatriated in Myanmar despite United Nations concerns
Author: 0 First Rohingya family repatriated in Myanmar despite United Nations concerns

A Facebook post on the official page of Burma's Information Committee appears to show the family getting health checks and receiving packages of rice, mosquito netting and blankets. Separately, Andrea Giorgetta from the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) told AFP that the repatriation announcement is "a public relations exercise in an attempt to deflect attention from the need for accountability for crimes committed in Rakhine State".

World News World leaders react to joint Syria airstrikes
Author: 0 World leaders react to joint Syria airstrikes

It's decisive and deliberate action against the Assad regime's use of chemical weapons that killed innocent Syrian civilians, including defenseless children. Behind closed doors, Trump pushed for a more aggressive response than the one taken past year, wanting options that would involve attacks on targets in Syria associated with Russian Federation and Iran, officials said .

World News U.S. violates all global norms: Russian lawmaker
Author: 0 U.S. violates all global norms: Russian lawmaker

The U.S., France and Britain have been in extensive consultations about launching a military strike as early as the end of this week, U.S. officials have said. "I really, really am". And the Defense Ministry even made sure to note that while Syria shot down some cruise missiles, Damascus did so using its own, Soviet-made - not Russian-made - equipment.

World News Arab summit opens in Saudi Arabia
Author: 0 Arab summit opens in Saudi Arabia

The crisis has presented significant challenges to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as it attempts to deal with economic and security issues. He said that Arab national security is a complete and indivisible system. The summit's participants will also discuss issues that undermine the unity and the stability of the Arab world. The summit in Damam, dubbed 'Arab Reunification, ' will aim to find solutions to various Arab crises.

Author: 0 F1: Ferrari's (NYSE:RACE) Sebastian Vettel On The Pole at Shanghai

The Brackley-based team have been dominant at the Shanghai International Circuit in recent years and it is one of Hamilton's favorite tracks with the Briton having won on five occasions in the past. Max Verstappen was fourth for Red Bull - but his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo's power unit ate itself, dramatically blowing out flames and smoke from its back end.

World News Rescuers searching for missing Indian family find body
Author: 0 Rescuers searching for missing Indian family find body

On April 6, a auto was reportedly submerged in the Eel River, a little north of the town of Leggett, during heavy rains. The bodies of Jennifer and Sarah Hart were found March 26 inside the family's SUV, which had crashed at the rocky shoreline below a cliff in Mendocino County.

World News Kidambi Srikanth vs Lee Chong Wei
Author: 0 Kidambi Srikanth vs Lee Chong Wei

Srikanth, who plays in a fiercely competitive era with a crowded calendar, had a phenomenal 2017 when he won four Super Series titles, but couldn't get the top ranking due to skipping events from injury. Srikanth, who has repeatedly troubled his opponents with hard cross-court smashes in this CWG, was unable to execute the same against Chong Wei and could only claim a Silver.

World News Trump Warns Russia To Get Ready for The Syria Strike
Author: 0 Trump Warns Russia To Get Ready for The Syria Strike

At least 40 people died, with the World Health Organisation confirming that nearly 500 people were treated for signs and symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals . If the resolution failed to pass, it would show the aggressive aims of those states that block it, he said. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj.

World News Search for woman in murder investigation has extended to Florida
Author: 0 Search for woman in murder investigation has extended to Florida

Authorities would also like to speak to her about the death of her husband, David Riess, who died of multiple gunshot wounds at his home on March 23 . More details are expected to be released later this afternoon. One of David Riess' business partners asked Dodge County authorities to conduct a welfare check after he had not been seen for a couple of weeks.

World News 'Completely accomplished': USA vice-president touts success of Syria airstrikes
Author: 0 'Completely accomplished': USA vice-president touts success of Syria airstrikes

The vice president, filling in for Trump at the Summit of the Americas, said the USA remained "hopeful" that with the cooperation of Great Britain and France, and support of allies like Canada, "that we will see Syria , and their patrons in Russian Federation and Iran, once and for all abandon the use of chemical weapons against innocent civilians".

World News Working Families Party endorses Cynthia Nixon for governor
Author: 0 Working Families Party endorses Cynthia Nixon for governor

That didn't work, however, and large local chapters of the SEIU and Communications Workers of America both left the WFP on Friday as a result, though they were not the first unions to split from the party since it nearly endorsed Cuomo's last left-liberal challenger, Zephyr Teachout, in 2014.

World News Duo pose as police; beat, rob woman
Author: 0 Duo pose as police; beat, rob woman

An officer conducting radar on Highway 153 at Shallowford Road said a white Oldsmobile van went by driving erratically and at a high rate of speed. There was no mention of the white man in the video who said he was meeting with the men. Two Windsor men are facing charges after they allegedly made purchases at gas stations and convenience stores using credit cards stolen in a break-and-enter incident.

World News Netanyahu declares Israel's 'full support' for US-led Syrian strike
Author: 0 Netanyahu declares Israel's 'full support' for US-led Syrian strike

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday voiced his "total support" for US-led air strikes against Syria over its alleged use of chemical weapons. More than 100 missiles were said to have been launched in the so-called "retaliation". Iran has been regarded by Israel as its arch enemy in the region.

Author: 0 Russia, Iran Denounce Airstrikes on Close Ally Syria

Emphasising that the strikes are directed at the Syrian regime, Mattis said in conducting these strikes, the United States has gone to great lengths to avoid civilian and foreign casualties. The United States and European allies launched airstrikes on Saturday against Syrian research, storage and military targets under the pretext of a suspected chemical attack near Damascus last weekend that killed more than 40 people.

World News Michael Cohen seeks restraining order on items seized by feds
Author: 0 Michael Cohen seeks restraining order on items seized by feds

President Donald Trump's lawyer is doubling down after a new report suggesting that special counsel Robert Mueller can prove a big part of the Steele dossier. "He was trying to clarify the timeline of the agreements made with Davidson in his [Cohen's] favor", said the source. The raids were partly a referral by Mueller's office.

World News March for Science calls for spirit of enquiry
Author: 0 March for Science calls for spirit of enquiry

Shanley said that she hasn't had a unit on science yet this year. "In general, I think that having an informed, scientifically literate population that can think critically is really important for citizens to ensure that policies are being made that are in their best interests and to be able to recognize when people are trying to pull one over (on them)", she explained.