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Texas church bus crash: 13 killed, 2 injured in collision with pickup truck - Fox News;

Texas church bus crash: 13 killed, 2 injured in collision with pickup truck - Fox News

Fox NewsTexas church bus crash: 13 killed, 2 injured in collision with pickup truckFox NewsAt least 13 people were killed and two others injured in a head-on crash Wednesday between a church bus and pickup truck in southwest Texas, officials said. All of the victims who died were senior adults who attended First Baptist Church of New ...Latest: 13th bus passenger dies from crash injuriesDaily Mail13 killed as church minibus collides with pick-up truckBelfast Telegraph13 Dead After Pickup Truck Veers Into Church Van Full of Seniors in TexasNBCNews.comBBC News -New York Times -Houston Chronicle -WHIOall 156 news articles »

Judge in Hawaii extends order blocking Donald Trump's 'Muslim travel ban' - The Independent;

Judge in Hawaii extends order blocking Donald Trump's 'Muslim travel ban' - The Independent

The IndependentJudge in Hawaii extends order blocking Donald Trump's 'Muslim travel ban'The IndependentUS District Judge Derrick Watson issued the longer-lasting hold on the ban hours after hearing arguments. Hawaii says the policy discriminates against Muslims and hurts the state's tourist-dependent economy. The implied message in the revised ban is ...Trump's Presidential reign faces HUGE setback as 'Muslim travel ban' blocked indefinitelyExpress.co.ukTrump travel ban: Hawaii judge places indefinite holdBBC NewsHawaii judge extends order blocking Trump travel banRTE.ieLos Angeles Times -ITV News -The Guardian -USA TODAYall 116 news articles »

Debbie wash up: 90 people rescued, schools closed, more flash flooding - SBS;

Debbie wash up: 90 people rescued, schools closed, more flash flooding - SBS

SBSDebbie wash up: 90 people rescued, schools closed, more flash floodingSBSEmergency services have rescued about 90 people in cyclone-ravaged Mackay as southeast Queensland is smashed by heavy rain. Source: AAP. 30 Mar 2017 - 1:58 PM UPDATED NOW. Tweet. Emergency services have rescued around 90 people in ...Cyclone Debbie in context: how severe was the storm in comparison with other weather events?The Guardian (blog)Schools across the southeast will be closed due to the ongoing weather conditions in Queensland. Source: Google MapsYahoo7 Newsall 247 news articles »

John McCain sparks war of words with North Korea after calling Kim Jong-un 'crazy fat kid' - Telegraph.co.uk;

John McCain sparks war of words with North Korea after calling Kim Jong-un 'crazy fat kid' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukJohn McCain sparks war of words with North Korea after calling Kim Jong-un 'crazy fat kid'Telegraph.co.ukUS Senator John McCain has sparked a war of words with North Korea after describing its dictator Kim Jong-un as a “crazy fat kid” in a TV interview. Mr McCain's assessment of Mr Kim, 33, just a few months after China blocked internet searches on the ...Exclusive: Malaysia inspects North Korean coal ship for possible U.N. sanctions breachBusiness InsiderMalaysia in 'sensitive' talks with North Korea after Kim murderDaily MailNuclear war: North Korea's arsenal could 'kill 90% of US population in EMP attack'Daily StarYahoo News -Mirror.co.uk -Boston Herald -Free Malaysia Todayall 41 news articles »

Philippine lawmaker pushes for Duterte impeachment over 'defeatist' China stance - Daily Mail;

Philippine lawmaker pushes for Duterte impeachment over 'defeatist' China stance - Daily Mail

Philippine StarPhilippine lawmaker pushes for Duterte impeachment over 'defeatist' China stanceDaily MailMANILA, March 30 (Reuters) - A Philippines lawmaker filed supplementary charges on Thursday to an impeachment complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte, accusing him of taking a "defeatist stance" by doing nothing to challenge Beijing's activities in ...Duterte slams US for not sending the armada to stop China's constructions in South China SeaInternational Business Times UKDuterte confronts US over past 'inaction' in sea rowAsianjournal.comSenators twit Duterte for pardon offer to killer copsInterAksyonSun.Star -Yahoo News -Rappler -GMA Newsall 49 news articles »

Pictured: Woman, 20, who sent Capitol Hill into lockdown - Daily Mail;

Pictured: Woman, 20, who sent Capitol Hill into lockdown - Daily Mail

Daily MailPictured: Woman, 20, who sent Capitol Hill into lockdownDaily MailThe woman arrested at the US Capitol on Wednesday for trying to 'ram' her car into a police cruiser has been identified as 20-year-old Taleah Everett. The woman's family revealed that she struggles with mental health and 'desperately' needed help.Woman fled traffic stop near US Capitol, nearly struck officers, police sayWashington PostPolice: Driver nearly runs over cops near Capitol; shots firedCNNShots Fired After Woman Nearly Strikes Officer Near US CapitolNBC4 WashingtonBBC News -Fox News -The Hill -Irish Independentall 245 news articles »

Report shows computer delays in child grooming inquiries - BBC News;

Report shows computer delays in child grooming inquiries - BBC News

BBC NewsReport shows computer delays in child grooming inquiriesBBC NewsPolice can face a backlog of up to five months to analyse computers linked to suspected paedophiles, a report has found. MP Ann Coffey highlighted the delays as part of a study into child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester. The report found the ...Child sex offences 'rise fourfold in Greater Manchester'Belfast TelegraphNumber of child grooming cases rise four-foldDaily Mail'A tsunami of online abuse' - the shocking scale of child grooming in Greater Manchester is revealedManchester Evening NewsRochdale Onlineall 9 news articles »

US state department employee 'concealed contacts with China' - BBC News;

US state department employee 'concealed contacts with China' - BBC News

BBC NewsUS state department employee 'concealed contacts with China'BBC NewsA veteran US state department employee with access to sensitive information has been accused of concealing her contacts with Chinese intelligence agents, the justice department says. A criminal complaint said 60-year-old Candace Marie Claiborne ...FBI says State Department employee aided ChinaFinancial TimesUS diplomat charged over taking bribes from Chinese spiesFRANCE 24US diplomat arrested, accused of conspiracy with Chinese intelligence agentsLos Angeles TimesThe Guardian -Daily Mail -New York Times -Washington Postall 55 news articles »

Full text: Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit letter to the EU - SBS;

Full text: Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit letter to the EU - SBS

SBSFull text: Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit letter to the EUSBSRead the full text of British Prime Minister Theresa May's letter on behalf of the UK Government to EU President Donald Tusk officially triggering Article 50 to withdraw the country from the European Union. By. Theresa May. Source: United Kingdom ...and more »

US-Turkey deal on ISIS assault? Why that's a tough sell for Tillerson. - Christian Science Monitor;

US-Turkey deal on ISIS assault? Why that's a tough sell for Tillerson. - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorUS-Turkey deal on ISIS assault? Why that's a tough sell for Tillerson.Christian Science MonitorOn the secretary of State's agenda in Ankara Thursday is the Raqqa, Syria, offensive. But his real challenge is Turkey's disappointment that Trump's election hasn't brought a new alignment of US and Turkish interests. Monitor's Best: Top 5 ...What you need to know about Turkey and the Trump administrationWashington PostTrump's global envoy faces tough Turkey visitCNNTurkey ends Euphrates Shield military campaign in SyriaBBC NewsThe Independent -UPI.com -The Daily Star -The Indian Expressall 92 news articles »

Canada expected to legalise cannabis by July 2018 - Telegraph.co.uk;

Canada expected to legalise cannabis by July 2018 - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCanada expected to legalise cannabis by July 2018Telegraph.co.ukCanadians should be able to smoke marijuana legally by July 1, 2018, a senior government official said on Monday. Prime minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government will introduce legislation to legalise recreational marijuana the week of April 10th ...Canada to legalise recreational marijuana by mid-2018: report9news.com.auHow will legal pot be sold in BC? Province still hazy on answersCBC.caFormer police chief says marijuana legislation will make it 'tougher' for youth to buyCTV NewsNEWS.com.au -Globalnews.ca -fox2now.com -Toronto Starall 146 news articles »

Cyclone Debbie: 'Monster' storm makes landfall in Australia - BBC News;

Cyclone Debbie: 'Monster' storm makes landfall in Australia - BBC News

BBC NewsCyclone Debbie: 'Monster' storm makes landfall in AustraliaBBC NewsA powerful cyclone carrying winds of up to 263km/h (163 mph) has reached the coast of Queensland, Australia. More than 25,000 people were urged to evacuate ahead of Cyclone Debbie. The category four storm has already left at least 23,000 homes ...Live: Panic and destruction as Cyclone Debbie makes landfall in North QueenslandNew Zealand HeraldNZ children in Australia 'anxious' as Cyclone Debbie approachesRadio New ZealandCyclone disaster plan activated as eyewall of Debbie reaches coastSBSTVNZ -CNN -9news.com.au -Channel NewsAsiaall 744 news articles »

Freedom Caucus: Do these 29 white men run America? - BBC News;

Freedom Caucus: Do these 29 white men run America? - BBC News

BBC NewsFreedom Caucus: Do these 29 white men run America?BBC NewsA group of about three dozen men stopped President Trump's healthcare bill cold. Who are they, and how much power do they have? President Donald Trump's first major legislative push came to a halt last week as the American Health Care Act (AHCA) ...How right-wing media saved ObamacareSBSWill GOP's tax reform prove easier than health care?Christian Science MonitorTrumpCare? RyanCare? How about don't careFox NewsCharlotte Observer -RealClearPolitics -Sky News Australia -Los Angeles Timesall 7,402 news articles »

Why Russian protests are making the Kremlin rethink 2018 presidential elections (+video) - Christian Science Monitor;

Why Russian protests are making the Kremlin rethink 2018 presidential elections (+video) - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorWhy Russian protests are making the Kremlin rethink 2018 presidential elections (+video)Christian Science MonitorThe implicit choice in next year's elections was looking like 'Putin or nothing.' But the breadth of protests Sunday organized by anti-corruption crusader Alexei Navalny is changing that equation. Monitor's Best: Top 5 ...Russia protests: Why Navalny rattles KremlinBBC NewsDucks, sneakers and mass arrests: Why are Russians protesting?CNNRussia's courageous protestors and why Britain shares the blame for Putin's rampant corruption, says EDWARD LUCASDaily MailNew York Times -Firstpost -NBCNews.com -Financial Timesall 762 news articles »

Negotiations to ban nuclear weapons begin, but Australia joins US boycott - The Guardian;

Negotiations to ban nuclear weapons begin, but Australia joins US boycott - The Guardian

The GuardianNegotiations to ban nuclear weapons begin, but Australia joins US boycottThe GuardianA test launch of a submarine-based Trident II ballistic missile in the Atlantic Ocean. All nuclear armed states have opposed moves towards a comprehensive ban on nuclear weapons. Photograph: Lockheed Martin/ MoD Crown Copyr/PA. Nuclear weapons ...UN talks on nuclear weapons ban begin without US, Russia and ChinaBelfast TelegraphWorld nuclear ban 'not realistic', says US ambassador to UNBBC NewsIndia not participating in UN negotiations for total ban on nuclear weaponsHindustan TimesABC Online -Daily Mail -Aljazeera.com -The Australianall 88 news articles »

Syria: Final evacuation of Homs begins under close Russian supervision - The Independent;

Syria: Final evacuation of Homs begins under close Russian supervision - The Independent

The IndependentSyria: Final evacuation of Homs begins under close Russian supervisionThe IndependentEndgames: inside Syria and Iraq Soon the Assad regime will be able to claim complete control of the major city of Homs for the first time in years. Robert Fisk witnesses a day of huge significance in the history of Syria. Robert Fisk Homs; @indyvoices ...Rebels and civilians evacuated from HomsBBC NewsMore Syrian rebels and families leave Homs under dealBelfast Telegraph'We lost' says Waer opposition negotiator as second convoy of fighters, residents departs Homs citySyria DirectDaily Mail -Palm Beach Post -Sputnik International -Al-Bawabaall 28 news articles »

Two arrested after HK escalator incident - The Straits Times;

Two arrested after HK escalator incident - The Straits Times

CNNTwo arrested after HK escalator incidentThe Straits TimesHONG KONG • The police in Hong Kong have arrested two workers from an escalator company following an incident at a Kowloon mall that left shoppers injured. The men, aged 22 and 52, from Otis Elevator Co, were arrested for attempting to pervert the ...Two arrested technicians suspected of interfering with probe into Hong Kong escalator accidentSouth China Morning PostTwo technicians are arrested after escalator violently reversed injuring 18 people at a Hong Kong shopping mallDaily Mail18 injured when escalator reverses at Hong Kong mallWCVB BostonChannel NewsAsia -FOX 61 -WWBT NBC12 News -Complexall 132 news articles »

Japan avalanche kills seven students and teacher - The Guardian;

Japan avalanche kills seven students and teacher - The Guardian

The GuardianJapan avalanche kills seven students and teacherThe GuardianSeven high school students and a teacher have died and more than 40 people have been injured after an avalanche hit ski slopes in Japan. A total of 52 students and 11 teachers from seven high schools were taking part in a three-day mountaineering ...Japan Avalanche Kills 7 Teenage Mountaineers and a TeacherNew York TimesJapan avalanche kills 8 teenage mountaineers on school tripThe Boston GlobeSchool children killed in Japanese avalancheBBC NewsTelegraph.co.uk -NPR -Daily Mail -Sky Newsall 138 news articles »

North Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Possible Vehicles Located at Tunnel Entrance - 38 North;

North Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Possible Vehicles Located at Tunnel Entrance - 38 North

38 NorthNorth Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site: Possible Vehicles Located at Tunnel Entrance38 NorthCommercial satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site indicates the presence of possibly four or five vehicles or trailers at the entrance to the North Portal, the site of North Korea's past four nuclear tests. If these vehicles are related ...N Korea-M'sia spat hits a snagThe New Paperall 199 news articles »