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World Media Maduro holds on as Guaido's military support falters
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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday rejected the suggestion that Moscow had persuaded Maduro not to flee, calling the assertion part of an information war . Venezuelans were expected to again take to the streets on Wednesday for what Guaido pledged would be the "largest march" in the country's history. This is a mistake on their part.

World Media UK Defense Secretary fired over information leak
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Williamson, 42, insisted he was not the source of the leak. If he has leaked from the National Security Council, Gavin Williamson should be prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act . Liberal Democrat deputy leader Jo Swinson has written to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick calling for a criminal investigation. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, commenting on Mr Williamson's departure as he arrived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, said: "On a personal level I'm very sorry about what ...

World Media Oil falls on swelling US stockpiles, Venezuela adds to market uncertainty
Author: 0 Oil falls on swelling US stockpiles, Venezuela adds to market uncertainty

Gulf Coast - with refinery runs ticking lower and waterborne imports on the rise". USA crude futures were down 49 cents or 0.77 percent at $63.42 per barrel. "Glum alarm bells are ringing louder in the U.S". US crude stockpiles last week rose to their highest since September 2017, jumping by 9.9 million barrels to 470.6 barrels, as production set a record high of 12.3 million barrels per day (bpd), while refining activity rates fell, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on ...

World Media United Nations designates Masood Azhar a global terrorist after China clears final hurdle
Author: 0 United Nations designates Masood Azhar a global terrorist after China clears final hurdle

While India has repeatedly slammed Pakistan for sheltering and supporting Azhar, Islamabad has so far looked the other way even when credible proof of a link between JeM chief and numerous attacks have been given. Surjewala also listed the UPA government's efforts in tackling terrorism and the steps it took against terrorists. His response came amidst indications that China could lift its "technical hold" on listing of Azhar, whose outfit has allegedly carried out several terror attacks ...

World Media Jamal Khashoggi murder 'suspect' is found dead
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Turkish authorities were also investigating the possibility that they could have been involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul previous year. He allegedly confessed during interrogation that he and the other suspect had spied on Arab dissidents. It is not clear if their arrival in Turkey was linked to the Khashoggi case.

World Media Mayawati accuses BJP of misusing government machinery to influence polls
Author: 0 Mayawati accuses BJP of misusing government machinery to influence polls

West Bengal has seen poll-related violence in each of the four phases of voting that have taken place so far. Clashes between rival groups elsewhere in the state injured seven people, the agency reported. local time", a political analyst said. "This is the modus operandi of the ruling party". Supriyo got into a war of words with the TMC polling agent. "I really don't know about it", she said before hopping into her SUV and heading to Neamatpur in Kulti, around 18km from Asansol .

World Media Barr's testimony to House on Mueller in doubt amid dispute
Author: 0 Barr's testimony to House on Mueller in doubt amid dispute

Barr warned committee Democrats that he may not testify to the committee on Thursday unless the format changes. He said that each member having five minutes to ask questions followed by each parties' Committee counselors having 30 minutes for questions is "a standard method of doing things".

World Media More rescuers deployed after fresh Mozambique floods
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The earlier Cyclone Idai hit central Mozambique in mid-March killing at least 600 people. Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports. "There are already people in need of search and rescue", he said, adding a team was on their way to the neighborhood of Natite, in the city's north.

World Media Venezuela's Maduro says he has loyalty of military leaders
Author: 0 Venezuela's Maduro says he has loyalty of military leaders

But as the crowd swelled around the base, police fired tear gas to keep them away from the perimeter. Guaido had been immediately backed by the United States, where President Donald Trump said in a tweet Washington was standing behind the Venezuelan people and their "freedom".

World Media North Carolina campus shooting leaves 2 dead, 4 injured
Author: 0 North Carolina campus shooting leaves 2 dead, 4 injured

A free concert by United States rapper Waka Flocka Flame at the school's football stadium was scheduled for 6pm, just after gunshots were reported. Among those unknowns is how we will navigate the remainder of the semester, including the final examination schedule and graduation.

World Media Trump Family Sues Deutsche Bank, Capital One To Fight Dems' Subpoenas
Author: 0 Trump Family Sues Deutsche Bank, Capital One To Fight Dems' Subpoenas

Deutsche Bank has always been one of the main banks for Trump's real estate empire. In the suit , Trump and his children claim the subpoenas and the investigation into his finances are a phishing expedition by political rivals. As a result, numerous usual subpoena-quashing arguments (we don't have the documents, it's burdensome to gather those documents, we don't know what you're talking about, etc.) can only be made by the subject banks - and not by POTUS or his kids.

World Media WikiLeaks' Julian Assange sentenced to 50 weeks' jail over bail breach
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Assange was arrested last month and removed from the Ecuadorian embassy in London by police. Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London . intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to download classified databases. The US indictment charges him with "conspiracy" for working with former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to crack a password stored on Department of Defence computers in March 2010.

World Media Tropical Cyclone Fani - Apr 2019
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The cyclonic storm " Fani " is expected to aggravate further to "extremely severe" by Tuesday mid-night, causing light to heavy rainfall in Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Odisha till Thursday, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) cautioned on Tuesday evening.

World Media Fed likely to ignore Trump's call to cut interest rates
Author: 0 Fed likely to ignore Trump's call to cut interest rates

In a CNBC interview Tuesday, Moore said the president and the White House economics team are "totally behind me". If he is nominated, McConnell said, "We'll cross that bridge when we come to it". CRC, most recently, backed helped Brett Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearings. "I don't want to be a liability", said Moore in the interview.

World Media Thousands gather in Kabul for Afghan peace meeting
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US Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells arrived in Islamabad for a meeting with the government's interagency delegation led by Additional Secretary Americas Aftab Khokhar, Dawn online reported.

World Media On campaign trail, 2020 Democrats appeal to working class
Author: 0 On campaign trail, 2020 Democrats appeal to working class

If you think the IAFF's influence in the Democratic primary process is not of significance, a moment in the 2004 election cycle is often overlooked, when former Vermont Gov. Conway criticized the Obama administration, and by extension Biden, saying the 2010 health law has left 28,000 people without health insurance (even though that number is almost half the number of uninsured before the law took effect) and did too little to grow the economy, although the growth numbers are roughly at parity ...

World Media SNP is seen as the most anti-Brexit party in the UK
Author: 0 SNP is seen as the most anti-Brexit party in the UK

The shadow business secretary said the talks had been "productive" but that the government needed to move its red lines. Talks are set to continue this week between Labour and the Conservatives, represented by Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and Theresa May's ad hoc deputy David Lidington, respectively.

World Media Indian Army mocked on social media over ‘Yeti footprint tweet
Author: 0 Indian Army mocked on social media over ‘Yeti footprint tweet

Twitter users reacted with disbelief that the Indian army would make such a bold claim about the footprints of a "mythical beast". Located on the border between Nepal and China, Makalu is among the highest mountains in the world and stands near the Makalu-Barun Valley, a remote wilderness that has also been surveyed by researchers hunting for the yeti .

World Media Norwegian fishermen find beluga whale 'trained by Russian military'
Author: 0 Norwegian fishermen find beluga whale 'trained by Russian military'

A beluga whale found off Norway's coast wearing a special Russian harness was probably trained by the Russian navy, a Norwegian expert says. The crew worked together to release the animal from the straps on Saturday. This mammal programme closed in the 1990s. The 2017 report by TV Zvezda , a station owned by the Russian defence ministry, revealed that the Russian navy is still training Beluga whales, seals and bottlenose dolphins for military purposes in polar waters.

World Media Venezuela's Guaido announces 'final phase' to oust Maduro
Author: 0 Venezuela's Guaido announces 'final phase' to oust Maduro

Members of Venezuelan National Assembly holds a sign that reads in Spanish "Freedom" as opposition leader and self proclaimed president Juan Guaido , delivers a speech during a rally in Caracas, Venezuela , Saturday, April 27, 2019. Guaido has argued that Maduro's 2018 reelection was illegitimate, and in recent weeks has stepped up pressure on Maduro to resign. But Maduro, for his part, has appeared to retain control of state institutions and the loyalty of senior military officers.