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British policemen filmed while dancing with climate officials are blasted by their bosses for "unacceptable behavior"

The demonstration of extinction against rebellious climate change is blocking the Waterloo Bridge, a major thoroughfare for commuters in London on Thursday. A pair of British police officers were blown up by their bosses on Thursday for "unacceptable behavior" after being caught in the video by a crowd of climate activists who were grumbling traffic and public transport in London …

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North Korea's Newest Weapon Test: Short Range, But Long Message

SEOUL, South Korea – Kim Jong-us test of analysts' comments could be a new short-range steering or cruise missile. The North Korean leader shows up in saber-rattling as he attempts to end sanctions that destroy his hope of rejuvenating the economy of the North. He was ashamed at home when he failed to reach a peace agreement with President Trump …

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Coach crashes in Portugal, killing at least 29: NPR

Rescue workers help a person who was in a coach that crashed Wednesday in Caniço, a coastal town on the Portuguese island of Madeira. Rui Silva / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Rui Silva / AP Rescue workers help a person who was in a coach that crashed Wednesday in Caniço, a coastal town on the Portuguese island of Madeira. …

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Notre-Dame: Family found in search for a viral photo

Copyright Brooke Windsor Caption Brooke Windsor says she took the photo shortly before the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral A family pictured in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral was found a few minutes before the outbreak of fire following a viral search. Brooke Windsor, 23, says the father and child she photographed about an hour before the fire. …

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Trump Administration announces action against Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua: NPR

National Security Advisor John Bolton discusses new administrative policies for Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua on Wednesday in Florida. Wilfredo Lee / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Wilfredo Lee / AP British Security Advisor John Bolton discusses new administrative policies regarding Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua on Wednesday in Florida. Wilfredo Lee / AP The Trump government has announced new sanctions and …

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14 in southwest Pakistan in "terrorist act" lined up

In a terrorist attack by a separatist group in southwestern Pakistan, 14 people died early Thursday after being lined up and shot dead on a remote highway. The attack occurred at dawn on the Makran coastal road between Karachi and Gwadar Harbor, local official Jehangir Dashti told The Associated Press. He said the passengers targeted by the attack were killed …

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Thailand crafts "Seasteading" by American

next This Saturday, April 13, 2019, a photo of the Royal Thai Navy, depicts a floating home of an American man and his Thai partner in the Andaman Sea off the island of Phuket, Thailand. The Thai authorities plundered Thursday, April 18, 2019, in the floating home where the couple lived, who wanted to be pioneers in the maritime movement …

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Pakistani militants executed 14 bus passengers

Mohsin Ali Butt, head of the Belgian provincial police, told CNN that 15 to 20 attackers had stopped the buses near the town of Ormara in the south of the province. The militants ordered 14 of the total passengers to disembark and shoot at close range before fleeing. "This was an act of deliberate killing," he said. An alliance of …

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India Election 2019: Voters go to Phase 2

Puducherry, an administrative district on the southeast coast of India, is on its way to polls today. Known as a union territory, Puducherry is one of seven in India. But it is only one in two – including New Delhi – that has been given a special status and can choose its own legislative assembly. However, the entire administration is …

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The Latest: Merkel: "Sadness and shock" about Madeira's death

LISBON, Portugal – The Latest About the Deadly Bus Crash on the Portuguese Island of Madeira (Local): 10 am Chancellor Angela Merkel Expresses "Sadness and Shock" Over the Bus In An Accident Many of her countrymen died on Portugal's island of Madeira. In a statement on Thursday, Merkel expressed "sincere condolences to all families who have lost their loved ones …

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