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However, President Nicolas Maduro's government has not moved directly against Guaido since he returned to Venezuela from a Latin American tour Monday. "They think they can scare us but they will get a surprise form the people in the street", Guaido tweeted. Police were out in force on the road in Caracas where Saturday's opposition march was planned.
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    Julia Lyubova has more. Berners-Lee, the English software engineer who submitted his proposal for what would evolve into the World Wide Web 30 years ago Tuesday, said in a letter that his invention no longer serves its true goal to promote the free exchange of information around the globe.
  • Trump blasts 'fake news' over Melania body double theory

    Trump blasts 'fake news' over Melania body double theory

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    President Donald Trump slammed the " Fake Melania " conspiracy theory on Twitter on Wednesday morning, claiming the media "photoshopped" photos of the First Lady. "I wasn't going to go along with this, but that one in that picture doesn't look like her". On "Fox & Friends", contributor Tammy Bruce said the ladies of " The View " were using the conspiracy theory as "an excuse to mock the first lady".
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    Trump campaign ex-chief Manafort faces second sentencing

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    I ask you to think of this and our need for each other as you deliberate", Manafort said . In August 2018, Cohen pled guilty to eight criminal charges, including bank and tax fraud and campaign finance violations-before pleading guilty, in November 2018, to lying to Congress about plans to build a Trump Tower Moscow in Russian Federation.
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    Jeremy Corbyn says Theresa May's Brexit strategy is in "tatters"

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    The 10 DUP MPs - the Conservative Party's minority government allies - also rejected the deal alongside the opposition parties, including 238 Labour MPs, according to the division list. Tonight they will vote on leaving with no deal . Speaking after the defeat, she said MPs would have to decide whether they want to delay Brexit, hold another referendum, or whether they "want to leave with a deal but not this deal".
  • Ethiopia crash pilot had in-plane issues, victims mourned

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    The focus on Boeing has also been intense. "They were just going up and down until one of the passengers saw on his mobile that the first plane which had just flown, like six minutes after it flew, it just crashed ". "In two cases, pilots flying in the USA late past year had their planes pitch down unexpectedly after departures". Canadian and American carriers remain the last major airlines using the plane.
  • Senate Republicans push plan to maintain national emergency at border

    Senate Republicans push plan to maintain national emergency at border

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    Lee's so-called Article One Act could give political leverage to Republicans who believe the executive branch has too much power, but don't want to cross Trump by voting in favor of a bill blocking his border emergency declaration. Republicans who oppose the national emergency are anxious that future Democratic presidents could usurp the power of Congress to fund the government and use the tactic to pass their own pet programs.
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    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrives in Baghdad

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    Iran and Iraq fought a devastating 1980-88 war but the 2003 US -led invasion of Iraq that ousted Saddam Hussein prompted a long Sunni Islamist insurgency during which Iran's regional sway rose at the expense of the United States. He will visit a Shia shrine in the Iraqi capital and then meet President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Abdel Abdul Mehdi, as well as visit other politicians and Shia leaders.
  • Over 100 pupils feared dead as school building collapses in Lagos

    Over 100 pupils feared dead as school building collapses in Lagos

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    Emotional, a number of shirtless men jumped in to offer assistance, hacksaws and mallets in hand. They were rescued by residents of the area who gathered the site, as well as officials from Emergency rescue agencies. Nigeria is frequently hit by building collapses, with weak enforcement of regulations and poor construction materials often used. More than 100 people died when a church came down in south eastern Nigeria, in 2016.
  • 15 dialysis patients die in Venezuela's blackout: NGO

    15 dialysis patients die in Venezuela's blackout: NGO

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    There are no signs that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is open to negotiations to end the political impasse with opposition leader Juan Guaido, Washington's envoy for Venezuela said. Ms Francisca Rojas, a 62-year-old retiree living in Caracas, said: "I've spent three nights in a lot of distress". "The government doesn't want to accept that this is their fault because they haven't carried out any maintenance in years".
  • European Union warns no-deal Brexit likely after Parliament shoots down May again

    European Union warns no-deal Brexit likely after Parliament shoots down May again

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    Andrea Leadsom, who manages government business in parliament, insisted however that "it is still our intention, if at all possible, to leave the European Union on March 29 with a good deal". But Michel Barnier , the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, said Brussels had nothing more to offer and must now brace for the possibility of a messy divorce.
  • We need radical change to Brexit deal - DUP's Wilson

    We need radical change to Brexit deal - DUP's Wilson

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    Prime Minister Theresa May lost the vote on her Withdrawal Agreement by 149 votes on Tuesday evening, a smaller margin than the 230 majority in January but still a crushing defeat for her flagship policy. Conservative MP Steve Baker said ahead of Mr Lidington's statement to Parliament. However, this has failed to persuade the attorney general , Geoffrey Cox , who said that while it "reduces the risk" of the United Kingdom being trapped in a backstop indefinitely, it does not remove it.
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    A No-Deal Brexit Would Be "Unlawful", Dominic Grieve Says

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    It comes after the Labour leader called for no deal to be "taken off the table" following the defeat of Prime Minister Theresa May 's plan last night. Given the size of the prime minister's defeat yesterday, as well the EU's opposition to rolling calls for delay from the United Kingdom, some may believe a longer delay is necessary to give the United Kingdom enough space to agree its next steps.
  • US, Taliban agree on troops withdrawal, counterterrorism

    US, Taliban agree on troops withdrawal, counterterrorism

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    USA and Taliban negotiators wrapped up their longest round of peace talks on Tuesday with progress made but no agreement on when foreign troops might withdraw, officials from both sides said. "For now, both sides will deliberate over the achieved progress, share it with their respective leaderships and prepare for the upcoming meeting". The Afghan government said it was pleased with the progress.