• Italy govt talks between 5-Star and League going well -joint statement

    Italy govt talks between 5-Star and League going well -joint statement

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    Amid those concerns, President Sergio Mattarella said anyone suggesting that?Italy could do without the European Union was spreading "a pure illusion, or worse, consciously tricking public opinion". He added that his stand did not mean the end of the center-right bloc. "With Berlusconi out, an anti-establishment government is one step closer to reality and while both these parties may have their differences, they are united in at least one thing: more fiscal stimulus", said Antoine ...
  • Liquid chocolate spillage closes Polish motorway

    Liquid chocolate spillage closes Polish motorway

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    Six lanes of the A2 motorway in the country's west were cut off by an overturned truck and its delicious cargo. The driver was taken to hospital with a broken arm - nobody else was hurt. "We contacted the manufacturer of chocolate and came to the conclusion that to eliminate the consequences of the accident, we should use a washer with warm water".
  • North Korea releases American prisoners, Trump says

    North Korea releases American prisoners, Trump says

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    But he added: "They'd be anxious less about Trump pulling out of a deal than his successor". "They were happy to be with us on this plane, to be sure". But former spy chief Kim Yong Chul, director of North Korea's United Front Department, said in a toast to Pompeo over lunch in Pyongyang: "We have perfected our nuclear capability".
  • Netanyahu Meets With Putin In Moscow To Discuss Syria

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    US President Donald Trump has congratulated his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on being sworn in for a fourth term, saying he looks forward to a time when the two nations can have a good relationship. The parade commemorates the Allies victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. Netanyahu said he appreciated the opportunity to discuss regional problems with Putin and the attempts, as Putin called them, "to resolve the crises, to lift the threats in a prudent and responsible manner".
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo declares new Ebola outbreak

    Democratic Republic of the Congo declares new Ebola outbreak

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    They named the virus after a river in the Democratic Republic of Congo - then known as Zaire - that was close to the location of the first known outbreak. The WHO described the outbreak as "a public health crisis of worldwide importance". Doctors Without Borders is one of the organizations who will assist the WHO, and the response will be modelled after the methods used in a 2017 Ebola outbreak that occurred in another DRC province.
  • After Sour Note With Analysts, Musk Tweets a Sweet Message

    After Sour Note With Analysts, Musk Tweets a Sweet Message

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    Running The Boring Company , Tesla , and SpaceX could only be challenging, yet Musk still manages to juggle his many responsibilities in a dazzling fashion. Munger and Buffett were responding to a question at Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting about Musk's comments this week. "Elon may turn things upside down in some areas".
  • Brits set to enjoy hottest May Bank Holiday Monday on record

    Brits set to enjoy hottest May Bank Holiday Monday on record

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    The hottest early May bank holiday weekend was in 1995 when temperatures hit 28.6C on the Saturday. The heatwave is being caused by hot air arriving from 30C southern Russian Federation, the Met Office said - weeks after "Beast from the East" cold air from the same region froze Britain.
  • Motorcycling: Marquez wins in Spain and takes MotoGP lead

    Motorcycling: Marquez wins in Spain and takes MotoGP lead

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    Jerez de la Frontera: Spaniard Marc Marquez ( Honda ) flew past the chequered flag way ahead of his rivals in the Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez de la Frontera on Sunday, climbing atop the MotoGp championship standings in the process. Marquez firmly claimed the first position and he is so far the MotoGP leader with 70 points. "Sometimes you need a little luck and today I got some", said the Frenchman.
  • No end in sight as volcano in Hawaii destroys 9 homes

    No end in sight as volcano in Hawaii destroys 9 homes

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    The strongest, a 5.0-magnitude quake, struck on Thursday morning. Tesha "Mirah" Montoya, 45, said toxic fumes escaping from the lava vents weren't enough to make her family evacuate, but the tipping point were the earthquakes. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, warned distressed residents at a community meeting late Friday that eruptions could last longer than the ones from earlier this week, and earthquakes and aftershocks could continue for days, even weeks.
  • Death toll in Pakistan coal mine blast climbs to 23

    Death toll in Pakistan coal mine blast climbs to 23

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    Emergency services were able to rescue nine others, who were brought to nearby hospitals. Chief inspector of mines Iftikhar Ahmad said the rescue operation overnight pulled out 11 injured miners. The resolution said those found guilty of negligence be awarded punishments, mines where such fatal incidents took place be sealed and laws pertaining to safety of miners be implemented.
  • Mahmoud Abbas apologises for Holocaust speech

    Mahmoud Abbas apologises for Holocaust speech

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    Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas apologised Friday over alleged anti-Semitic comments that drew global condemnation. In his statement , Abbas also stated the holocaust is the "most heinous crime in history" and denounced anti-Semitism.
  • Another significant risk of severe storms today

    Another significant risk of severe storms today

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    Scattered showers and thunderstorms are moving through the area. DISCUSSION .A line of strong to severe storms continues to increase as they head east over Lake Michigan and into northwest IN and southwest MI. Tomorrow night: Clear. Wind: S 10-20; gusty. Deep-layer shear is strong enough to support continued discrete cells, though a relatively dry boundary layer will lead to higher-based cells capable of downburst winds.
  • Donald Trump grants temporary extension on steel tariffs for Australia

    Donald Trump grants temporary extension on steel tariffs for Australia

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    Details of those agreements will be finalised in the next 30 days, the White House said . "France and the European Union are allies of the US". The European Commission said in a statement Tuesday: "The U.S. Trump tweeted Tuesday that there was "great potential" for the United States in addressing the trade disparities with other countries. Extensions for Canada and Mexico had been expected, as Mexico City, Ottawa and Washington work on revamping the North American Free Trade ...