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World Media NRA Crowd Erupts When Trump Announces an End to This UN Treaty
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The agreement sets global standards for regulating transfers of conventional arms, from rifles to tanks and airplanes. Moreover, the official said Trump is concerned the treaty could impede on the 2nd Amendment Right of U.S. media. So far more than 100 countries have formally joined the agreement. "The United States already has the most detailed legislation that govern the substance and process of US arms sales".

World Media Scotland's first minister calls for new independence vote before 2021
Author: 0 Scotland's first minister calls for new independence vote before 2021

The next Scottish Parliament election will be in 2021, so Sturgeon wants the referendum to take place in the next two years-assuming Brexit goes ahead. "If this can not be achieved, dealing with the consequences of Brexit. will be unavoidable". "The question that confronts us now is this: if the status quo is not fit for goal - and I know even some of the most committed believers in the union find it hard to argue that it is - how do we fix it?" she said.

World Media Sirisena vows to make changes in top positions of Lanka’s defence forces
Author: 0 Sirisena vows to make changes in top positions of Lanka’s defence forces

Sri Lankan authorities have thus far named a Sri Lankan Muslim group, the National Thowheed Jamath (NJT), for the bombings but said that it could not have been done without worldwide support. It also urged the government and security forces to take all steps necessary to bring the perpetrators to justice. President Sirisena also inquired regarding the reconstruction works of the church and stated that he has given instructions to the Sri Lankan Army to complete those constructions works as ...

World Media Racist executed over gruesome murder of black man
Author: 0 Racist executed over gruesome murder of black man

The men were arrested in the summer of 1998 shortly after murdering Byrd, a well-known black man from Jasper . If executed, King would be the fourth inmate put to death this year in the US and the third in Texas , the nation's busiest capital punishment state.

World Media What is the Brexit Party?
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Labour, which has called for a permanent customs union with the EU, said Mrs May had yet to compromise on her so-called red lines. May had already pledged to quit nearly immediately if the withdrawal agreement won a majority, though that promise failed to win over enough Tory critics to prevent the deal being rejected by MPs for a third time last month.

World Media United States jails Russian agent Maria Butina
Author: 0 United States jails Russian agent Maria Butina

Commenting on the sentence, the Russian Embassy in Washington , DC said in a statement that Butina is a political prisoner in the United States and demands that the U.S. Her activities, though, occurred during the same period as the contacts investigated by Mueller. Butina admitted previous year to covertly gathering intelligence on the National Rifle Association and other groups at the direction of a former Russian lawmaker.

World Media Duterte threatens 'war' over Canadian trash dump in Manila
Author: 0 Duterte threatens 'war' over Canadian trash dump in Manila

The president was referring to a large shipment of municipal trash that has sat in Manila since its arrival in 2013 and 2014. Panelo said the Palace recognizes Canada's "quick but vague statement " on the issue but noted that it has not "taken any decisive action on this arrant hostile demeanor, it has not likewise expressed regrets thereto".

World Media Kim Jong Un leaves Russian Federation after summit with Putin
Author: 0 Kim Jong Un leaves Russian Federation after summit with Putin

North Korea , however, is not one of its official customers. U.S. President Donald Trump , who ended a second summit with Kim in February without a deal for North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, seemed unperturbed, saying a lot of progress was being made toward an agreement and welcoming Putin's support.

World Media Armed border group’s leader said to have assassination plans
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Hopkins displayed a badge that said "special agent" and numerous medals pinned to his shirt, according to the report obtained by the Santa Fe New Mexican. Hopkins was indicted on one count of impersonating a police officer and two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm but, in the end, did not serve a sentence, according to the SPLC.

World Media Biden hires strategist Symone Sanders, adds diversity to bid
Author: 0 Biden hires strategist Symone Sanders, adds diversity to bid

Biden , 76, a longtime US senator who served two terms as then-President Barack Obama's No. 2, announced his bid in a video describing the high stakes of the race to take on Republican President Donald Trump in next year's election. Elizabeth Warren holding a rally in Salt Lake City last week. "If it's a ceiling, his candidacy could fall apart quickly". While setting up a montage video containing some of the often-played gaffes from Biden's past, Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt ...

World Media Image Of New Zealand PM Hugging Mourner To Be Painted On Silo
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The Duke of Cambridge will attend the 11am Anzac Day service at the Auckland War Memorial this morning. He will also pay his respects to those affected by the mosque attacks during the visit. It left more than 10,000 Australian and New Zealand servicemen dead and failed in its military objectives, but gave rise to commemorations of the courage and close friendship that bind the two countries.

World Media Mexico 'Not Doing Nearly Enough' to Block Migrants
Author: 0 Mexico 'Not Doing Nearly Enough' to Block Migrants

President Trump is irate over reports of National Guard troops being stopped at gunpoint by Mexican military at the southern border. Still clad in their camouflage uniforms, the remaining handful of gunmen drove out of the Sunland Park, New Mexico, encampment after two months spent detaining thousands of illegal migrants.

World Media Wales, Scotland, NI see warmest Easter Sunday
Author: 0 Wales, Scotland, NI see warmest Easter Sunday

Tonight (Friday) will be a calm and dry night with fog patches which will give way to a dry warm day on Saturday with spells of warm hazy sunshine. The warm weather is caused by high pressure, according to the Met Office. But though Easter Monday 2019 was warm for the time of year, the temperatures still had some way to travel to beat the warmest Easter holiday ever with a measurement of 29.4C in Camden Square, London in 1949.

World Media Democrats are warming to the idea of felons voting from prison
Author: 0 Democrats are warming to the idea of felons voting from prison

And I say to those people, by the way, if you don't have the guts to participate in free and fair elections, you should get another job and get out of politics . In addition to hearings that "build on the Mueller report and fill in its gaps, not jump straight to an up-or-down vote on impeachment", a commission like the one created after the 9/11 attacks is necessary because "the president of the United States has proved himself unwilling to defend our nation from a clear and present danger", ...

World Media Kim, Putin to meet Thursday in Russia's Far East
Author: 0 Kim, Putin to meet Thursday in Russia's Far East

There are some indications that the meeting will be held in the far-eastern port of Vladivostok, not too far from Russia's border with the North. "It's time to have the summit, particularly [with] the view of the potential forthcoming third summit between Kim and Trump perhaps this year", he told the ABC.

World Media Spark cautiously optimistic as United Kingdom allows Huawei into 5G
Author: 0 Spark cautiously optimistic as United Kingdom allows Huawei into 5G

Tom Tugenthat MP, chairman of the Commons' Foreign Affairs Committee, on the other hand, was not so sure. The Daily Telegraph newspaper first reported the Huawei decision. Australia, which shares intelligence with the United Kingdom, banned Huawei from supplying all 5G equipment last August. Tugendhat also told the Today programme that it's not as simple as just saying we won't let them do the important bits, since 5G is an "internet system that can genuinely connect everything, and ...

World Media Boeing takes $1bn hit on 737 Max in wake of fatal crashes
Author: 0 Boeing takes $1bn hit on 737 Max in wake of fatal crashes

Excluding certain items, Boeing said its core earnings fell to $1.99 billion, or $3.16 per share, in the quarter ended March 31 from $2.51 billion, or $3.64 per share, a year earlier. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected $3.19 per share on revenue of $22.94 billion, and both of those forecasts had been reduced considerably in the past month.

World Media Parents charged with murder after Illinois boy found buried in shallow grave
Author: 0 Parents charged with murder after Illinois boy found buried in shallow grave

The body of missing IL five-year-old Andrew "AJ" Freund has been found buried in a shallow grave near his home and both his parents, Andrew Freund Sr . Both now face multiple murder and battery charges in his death. Because the charges resulting from this investigation are based largely on evidence recovered, we will not be providing any further details in an effort to protect the integrity of the criminal prosecution.

World Media Brexit limbo points to election misery for Tories
Author: 0 Brexit limbo points to election misery for Tories

The joint executive secretary of the backbench Tory 1922 Committee told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that the "severe problems" over Brexit meant Mrs May had to go "as soon as possible". "We determined there should not be a rule change to remove the 12 month period of grace during which a second confidence vote can not be held", Graham Brady, the committee's chair, told reporters after the meeting.

World Media Oil adds to gains as OPEC said cautious in offsetting Iran sanctions
Author: 0 Oil adds to gains as OPEC said cautious in offsetting Iran sanctions

USA officials showed little inclination to allow wiggle room, not even allowing the delivery of oil already purchased. Japanese refineries earlier put a halt on imports of Iranian oil after buying 15.3 million barrels between January and March ahead of the expiry of their sanctions waiver, according to industry sources and data on Refinitiv Eikon.