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For young people, a march for a second Brexit vote is just the beginning

LONDON – Lara Spirit, an anti-Brexit organizer, studied politics at the University of Cambridge in 2017 and read, among other things, the use of referenda as a solution to political disputes. It was contemporary coursework: a year earlier, the British had decided to leave the European Union. But Mrs. Spirit was alerted when young people were expelled from the Brexit …

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Trump wastes his hard work in North Korea with foolish sanctions

President Trump is entitled to override North Korean human rights, to flatter Kim Jong Un in their personal meetings, and to have the right to conclude a major deal to end North Korea's nuclear threat posed by intercontinental ballistic missiles. But all his efforts will be in vain if he copies South Korea and follows a concession strategy to Kim. …

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Trump says he withdraws earlier sanctions against North Korea

FILE PHOTO: North Korea leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump meet for second North Korea USA. Hanoi, Vietnam summit, in this photo released on March 1, 2019 by the Korean News Agency North Korea (KCNA). KCNA via REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump said Friday he ordered the withdrawal of recently announced sanctions against North …

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Catholic priest stabbed during a television fair in Canada

A Woman Appeals to the Media A scene in which a Catholic priest was stabbed while celebrating the morning service at St. Joesph's Oratory in Montreal on Friday, March 22, 2019 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press via AP) A Catholic priest was stabbed several times at the Mass Mass in Montreal on Friday morning. Rev. Claude Grou, the rector …

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The Trump government imposes new sanctions on Iran

The Trump administration announced on Friday that it would impose new sanctions on more than two dozen Iranians involved in the country's nuclear and missile research programs when US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denounced Iran's growing influence. The Ministry of Finance said sanctions target 31 Iranian scientists, technicians and companies belonging to the Iranian Organization for Defense Innovation and …

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Ghana Bus Collision: At least 50 people were burned

Ghana Police Department spokesman David Eklu said the accident occurred around 1:30 am on Friday morning when the two long-distance buses collided on the main road that led from Kintampo to Tamale, Ghana's fourth-largest city. "The buses went up in flames when they collided," Eklu said. "It's too early to determine how many died, but fifty people were declared dead." …

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Do bots play "Brexit" petition?

Copyright Getty Images Questions were asked as to whether a petition by the government calling for the lifting of Brexit was flooded by bots. Bots are automated programs that can execute a command thousands of times. The BBC spoke with three cyber security experts about how likely it is that some of the 3 million signatures collected so far are …

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Women wear a headscarf with Muslims

CLOSE Prime Minister, Thousands of people gather in the Al Noor Mosque to observe the call to prayer and to remember the victims of the mosque attacks. (March 22) AP One week after an armed man opened fire on two mosques killing 50 people, women all over New Zealand declared solidarity with Muslims on Friday by wearing headscarves. When Christchurch …

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