• US Says Russia Bombed Syrian Fighters. Russia Says That Never Happened
US Says Russia Bombed Syrian Fighters. Russia Says That Never Happened

The Russians apparently had observed Islamic State militants moving from the area and wrongly assumed that other forces remaining were militants. He expressed worry that the complexities could lead to more severe miscalculations and undercut an anti-IS military campaign that is approaching a crucial juncture as USA -backed Syrian Arab and Kurdish f...

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  • May vows to resist changes to Brexit Bill proposed by Lords
May vows to resist changes to Brexit Bill proposed by Lords

In an effort to persuade the opposition not to vote against the government, Home Secretary Amber Rudd made a last minute plea yesterday (28 February), insisting that "there was no question of treating European citizens with "anything other than the utmost respect".

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  • European Union threatens to introduce visas for USA travellers
European Union threatens to introduce visas for USA travellers

A European Parliament statement said the EU Commission was legally obliged to temporarily reintroduce the new visa rules because of its reciprocity policy. Eduardo Santander, executive director of the European Travel Commission said in a joint letter with the Network for the European Private Sector in Tourism sent to Parliament members, "We fully ...

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  • European Parliament lifts Marine Le Pen's immunity
European Parliament lifts Marine Le Pen's immunity

In 2015, Le Pen posted pictures on Twitter of IS jihadists beheading US journalist James Foley after a journalist compared Le Pen's political party, the National Front, to the IS terrorist organization. Le Pen is now leading the polls for the first round of the French presidential elections in April, although polls also show her ultimately losing t...

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  • Trump Visits Warship To Push Defense Spending
Trump Visits Warship To Push Defense Spending

Watch the speech live above. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he wants a US military buildup of more ships and planes to "project American power in distant lands", making his case for a proposed $ 54 billion increase in defense spending that has USA lawmakers squabbling.

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  • Hilariously bad goal helps decide arguably biggest game of season so far
Hilariously bad goal helps decide arguably biggest game of season so far

The result has put Newcastle back to the top of the Championship table, eight points ahead of the playoff places and two above Brighton. It felt like a big moment in the season but Benitez's men still have to face Huddersfield, Reading and Sheffield Wednesday on the road.

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  • Shares of Snapchat parent company open at $24
Shares of Snapchat parent company open at $24

The company expects to raise somewhere around $ 3 Billion at a valuation between $19.5 billion and $22.3 billion. But the company still recorded a loss of $514.6 million previous year. "[Investors] saw Facebook, they saw Twitter back in the day". As a reminder, if you feel that we missed something, or if you want us to cover a different story, s...

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  • McGinley: McIlroy 'doesn't need the noise' of Trump
McGinley: McIlroy 'doesn't need the noise' of Trump

According to UK Press , the four-time major victor Mcilroy accepted an invitation from Trump to join him for 18 holes at the Trump International in Florida on February 19. "I think the good thing is mentally he's in a good place", McIlroy said in Mexico City. "I've been working through the bag the last seven to ten days and it feels really good"...

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  • Why this survivor quit the Pope's sex abuse commission in frustration
Why this survivor quit the Pope's sex abuse commission in frustration

The panel known officially as the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors was set up in 2014 by the pope. "I find it impossible to listen to public statements about the deep concern in the church for the care of those whose lives have been blighted by abuse, yet to watch privately as a congregation in the Vatican refuses to even ackn...

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  • Egyptian Christians flee Sinai following chilling Islamic State threat
Egyptian Christians flee Sinai following chilling Islamic State threat

In addition to these murders , ISIS has been threatening the local Christian community with death threats. The Copts, who make up 10 percent of the 92 million Egyptians, have previously been targeted in Sinai, but the jihadist attacks have increased since the video was broadcast.

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  • Us4U and Trinity Lutheran to make Ash Wednesday a colorful day
Us4U and Trinity Lutheran to make Ash Wednesday a colorful day

She said: "We were trying to reach people on the go and for some reason not able to attend Mass". Indeed, the Ash Wednesday gospel reading seems to teach a lesson that might be seen as a sharp critique of the ashtag. The practice of going through Lent before Easter has a objective rooted in returning to a stable relationship with God. "We enc...

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  • United Kingdom government says disappointed by loss of parliamentary vote on Brexit legislation
United Kingdom government says disappointed by loss of parliamentary vote on Brexit legislation

The U.K.'s unelected upper house voted by 358 votes to 256 in favor of an amendment that protects the right of European Union nationals to remain living in Britain when the country leaves the bloc. That argument was rejected as "deeply disappointing" by Labour's leader in the Lords, Baroness Smith of Basildon. He said: "The consequences for the e...

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  • Donald Trump: Rory McIlroy surprised by criticism after round with United States president
Donald Trump: Rory McIlroy surprised by criticism after round with United States president

McIlroy was forced to take to twitter to defend his decision after some on social media labelled him "a fascist and a bigot". "The routine was get up early in the morning, do my rehab stuff, try to get out and see what I could do on the golf course , get back, have some treatment, do a few more exercises".

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  • New Trump Travel Order to Drop Iraq From Ban List, Official Says
New Trump Travel Order to Drop Iraq From Ban List, Official Says

The six countries still affected by the ban are Iran, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia and Libya. Administration officials will meet for the first time with the chief of the United Nations atomic watchdog on Iran's nuclear deal, which Trump has branded "the worst deal ever negotiated".

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  • Rockland Church Offering
Rockland Church Offering "Ashes to Go" UPDATED

This year, the Carnival season was quite long, lasting for nearly two months. Emily Cooper of Duluth who attended the first mass on Wednesday, wanted to start the day with Jesus as she began her journey through Lent, she said. "We become, on this day, a visual extension of the love of Christ-a love which transcends time and distance, whether in t...

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  • Travel like a Saudi king: 1500 person entourage, 450 tonnes of luggage
Travel like a Saudi king: 1500 person entourage, 450 tonnes of luggage

The visit also saw the signing of several memorandums of understanding, including a RM31-billion Share Purchase Agreement between Saudi Aramco and Petronas. The King needed a whole bunch of things to travel. The king's visit to Indonesia also comes as fringe Islamist extremist groups grow in influence and Muslim leaders take an increasingly stric...

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  • Sessions: Justice to limit action against police depts. on civil rights
Sessions: Justice to limit action against police depts. on civil rights

Although there has been no increase in violent crime, Colorado has protested that cannabis cultivated there is illegally brought outside its borders. According to Census data from 2014, there are more young black high school dropouts in prison than have jobs. "Experts are telling me there's more violence around marijuana than one would think a...

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  • #France: Polls give Macron a massive lead over Le Pen
#France: Polls give Macron a massive lead over Le Pen

On Wednesday, however, he said he would not drop out, insisting that he is the victim of a "political assassination ". Conservative candidate Francois Fillon was the clear frontrunner until January when newspaper Le Canard Enchaine brought his wife's job to light.

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  • 'Hidden Figures' Inspiration Katherine Johnson Is Now Part of a Lego Set
'Hidden Figures' Inspiration Katherine Johnson Is Now Part of a Lego Set

The announcement of the women of NASA Lego set getting a lot of positive reaction online as well. Dr Mae C Jemison, the first African-American woman in space, on Jul. The film has shed light on the story of a group of extraordinary women working at NASA in the 1960s during the height of segregation and the struggle for civil rights.

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  • Russia, Syria bombed US-backed fighters in Syria, US general says
Russia, Syria bombed US-backed fighters in Syria, US general says

Gen. Lt. Army Gen. Stephen Townsend said Wednesday that Russian aircraft were bombing a "bunch of little villages" in the region thought to be held by ISIS forces and that us officials had to make "quick calls ... Turkey has moved into northern Syria and is battling IS while also trying to keep US-backed Kurdish forces in check. The U.S. has pr...

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