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Kosachev: referendum's results do not give Erdogan comfort


According to these unofficial results, 51,34 percent voted in favor, while 48,66 percent were against. She confirmed that the authority chose to accept ballots without official stamps late in the day, adding that it "significantly changed the ballot validity criteria, undermining an important safeguard and contradicting the law". Read More »

Easter holiday rooted in Christian faith

Augustine, it is the festival of all festivals. In the early Church, just as Lent was a season for new converts to learn about the faith and prepare for baptism on Easter Day, the initial objective of Eastertide was to continue the faith formation of new Christians . Read More »

North Korea puts military muscle on show

Thousands of soldiers from the Korean People's Army marched alongside weaponry and tanks through Kim Il-sung Square as current leader Kim Jong-Un watched on. Kim Jong Un has engaged in a war of words with President Trump amid recent missile tests. This matters because while North Korea regularly launches short-range missiles, it is also developing mid-range and long-range missiles meant to target US troops in Asia and, eventually, the USA mainland. Read More »

Trump Goes After Democrat in Georgia's Special Election

She was drawn like a magnet to the Democratic newcomer who has put Tuesday's special election to represent a swath of suburban Atlanta at the scorching center of the nation's political debate. Republican Kansas Treasurer Ron Estes managed to retain the traditionally red district for the party in his race against Democrat James Thompson by seven percentage points. Read More »

Stockholm truck attack suspect confesses to 'terrorist crime'

The rest of the court hearing was held behind closed doors, with the suspect having entered the court with a green sweater over his head. On Monday, Akilov requested that his state-appointed lawyer be replaced with a Sunni Muslim. He was sympathetic to extremist groups and was being sought for deportation, officials said. However, unlike similar vehicle attacks in Berlin, Nice, and London however, IS has not claimed the incident. Read More »

Donald Trump explained United States position on THAAD to Xi Jinping: South Korea

Bill Walker welcomed Xi during a ceremony on the tarmac at the Anchorage airport. China Daily said both parties appeared "equally enthusiastic about the constructive relationship they have promised to cultivate". Behind closed doors Trump s grandson and granddaughter sang a traditional Chinese ballad - "Jasmine Flower" - and recited poetry for their honored guests, according to Chinese state media. Read More »

Anne Hathaway Dishes on Being Pregnant During 'Colossal' Filming


When I finally showed the finished result to my husband he, who has read that book at least a hundred times, had literally no idea what it was supposed to be. A film like this one is rare, not for its cinematic excellence, but for its quirk and ability to be so many things in such a short time. But that's nothing - or is it? - compared to what's happening in South Korea. Read More »

Plane drops 10K Easter eggs in Tifton


Four thousand Easter eggs were placed around the park. Eggs were hidden in the playground and many other spots during the 70th annual Easter Egg Hunt at Allen Park on Saturday in Jamestown. Children are assembled according to color. It just would't be Easter without the bunny , and the parents seemed to have more interest than their kids in the right-of-passage meeting. Read More »

Trump, Without Evidence, Says He Thinks Susan Rice Committed A Crime

Trump has made the claim, but has yet to point to evidence to support it. "There was no spreadsheets, there was nothing of the sort", Rice told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Tuesday in her first televised interview since the story broke. Since Monday, when Eli Lake broke the story at Bloomberg News, the nation has been riveted by the report that Rice asked that the identities of various USA citizens, "incidentally" swept up by one or more of America's alphabet soup of intelligence ... Read More »

United to refund ticket cost to Flight 3411 passengers


Dao's medical care and treatment", Chicago-based lawyer Stephen Golan said in a statement on Tuesday. "In this situation, I completely fault United Airlines", Syed said. Spicer says he's sure Trump has seen the video but that any comment from the president could influence a potential outcome of the investigations. "That's on me. Read More »

Samsung's Galaxy S8 is Reportedly Getting a Rugged Version

While the S8+ packs a larger display at 6.2-inch Quad HD+ (2960 × 1440 pixels) Super AMOLED Infinity display with 529ppi. It is also narrower than the Apple iPhone 7 Plus that has a 5.5 inch display . Which in reality makes sense as Samsung will want users to make use of Bixby and offering the ability to remove its core access point would be somewhat counter-intuitive to the company's ambitions for Bixby . Read More »

IPhone 7: Where to buy it for less than 650 euros?

Robust Entertainment: As the world's first mobile device certified by the UHD Alliance as MOBILE HDR PREMIUM, Galaxy S8 lets you see the same vibrant colors and contrasts that the filmmakers intended while watching your favorite shows. If you carefully read through S8's website, you will see a Bluetooth Dual Audio feature, and surely you will have no idea what it is. Well, if you're in the United States, the device will be available form 21 April onwards. Read More »

Turkey vote falls short of standards


Germany, host to some 4 million Turks, said it was up to Erdogan himself to heal the rifts that the vote had exposed. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan greets his supporters during an event ahead of the constitutional referendum in Istanbul April 12, 2017. Read More »

Cleveland police made contact with Steve Stephens after Facebook killing

Lane, when contacted by CBS, said of Stephens: "We had been in a relationship for several years". He said that his father had stopped by his house on Sunday morning to pick up some basketball equipment for one of his other sons. "We remove content, disable accounts, and work with law enforcement when we believe there is a genuine risk of physical harm or direct threats to public safety", Facebook said . Read More »

Multi-state search targets suspect in Facebook video murder

A daughter of the elderly Cleveland man shot and killed in a gruesome video posted on Facebook says he was a gentle person, with nothing mean about him. Robert Godwin Jr's son told Cleveland .com his father was on an afternoon walk when he was approached by a gunman. Stephens also claimed in the video to have killed more than a dozen other people, but Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams says that is unconfirmed. Read More »

Tillerson delivers Western reproof to Russian Federation


Gabbard said: "Why should we just blindly follow this escalation of a counterproductive regime-change war?" "Russia gave certain assurances under the chemical weapons agreement in 2013 and in accordance with the U.N. Satellite footage showed numerous runways were fully intact, as well as untouched defence surface-to-air rocket launcher and radar systems. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the London-based pro-opposition watchdog that gathers information from activists on the ... Read More »

Samsung to launch Galaxy S8 in India on April 19

However, the smartphone maker did not give out details about the launch date and pricing of the two devices. A dual rear camera setup, once perfected, would be a great addition to a device line that showcases Samsung's best of the best. Ever since Samsung announced the release of the new Galaxy S8 everyone has been wondering how safe will it be? Additionally, the SamMobile , which made a good job of following the S8 story, also believe that the Galaxy S8 Active will likely to be exclusive ... Read More »

Opposition to challenge votes on expanding Erdogan's powers


German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday urged Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to seek "respectful dialogue" within the country after his narrow win in a referendum extending his powers. It specifically criticized a decision by Turkey's electoral board to accept ballots that did not have official stamps, saying that hurt the fight against fraud. Read More »

Bulls' Butler can't wait to guard Celtics' Thomas

Despite entering the playoffs controlling the #1 seed in their conference, despite having a legitimate MVP candidate leading their roster, despite building an fantastic team from what was once considered spare parts, despite the well-regarded coaching acumen of Brad Stevens and all the savvy moves made by Danny Ainge and despite this being a Cinderella story several seasons in the making, the Celtics are still under-hyped. Read More »

NBA PLAYOFFS ROUNDUP: Butler, Bulls knock off top-seeded Celtics

Isaiah Thomas, the starting point guard for the Boston Celtics, might not play in Game 2 of the Celtics series vs. the Bulls. Legendary basketball star Charles Barkley is in hot water over his comments about Boston Celtics player Isaiah Thomas grieving the death of his sister at Sunday game. Read More »

Israel condemns Le Pen comments on roundup of Jews in WWII

Far-right French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen took heat on Sunday for comments she made that downplay the role the French state played in rounding up Jews during World War II, according to the Washington Post . French presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon rallied his supporters on Sunday as multiple polls suggested the Communist-backed candidate is gaining momentum with two weeks of campaigning left. Read More »

Thousands of South Africans Call for President Zuma to Step Down

The President who has been accused of corruption at different times recently fired his finance minister, Pravin Gordhan , a decision viewed as tactic to weed out those who checks the excesses of the president. "That hope is alive in our country". Paranoid Jacob Zuma and his securocrats have assembled a private army called MKVA to intimidate and instill fear into anyone who wants to voice opposition against his misrule. Read More »

More than 21000 expected at Trump's first Easter Egg Roll


President Trump and his family put their stamp on the Easter Egg Roll . For starters, what was supposed to be a celebration of the Easter weekend felt more like a campaign event. This year's event, with 21,000 tickets handed out to Washington-area schoolchildren and military families, was a smaller affair than in years past. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition being sold at Microsoft stores

According to PC Advisor , Samsung lost about $5 billion when they recalled all the devices in the market. Though many customers remain loyal, any further misstep could prove fatal. On March 29th Samsung took the stage and formally unveiled the Galaxy S8 series. Samsung plans to make Bixby available on all of its appliances, from air conditioners to TVs. Read More »

Kids listen for beeping eggs at special egg hunt


Meanwhile in Boomtown, this was the first year that Cabela's was open for Easter, so they wanted to do something special. Premier Dunkley took the opportunity to thank the Cabinet Office administrative staff, event MC and BTA's Glenn Jones, the Department of Parks, and volunteers from Swan's Running Club for their assistance and management of yesterday's Easter Egg Hunt. Read More »

Atletico Madrid penalty was 'guess' by referee- Leicester boss


It is tough to take when it is so clear. But with Robert Huth suspended for the Atletico return - with the English champions trailing 1-0 - Shakespeare's options in central defence are stretched. Hosting Atletico Madrid will be a moment to savor for Leicester . Leicester on the other hand are new in the competition and this can be regarded as one of the most hard tasks they have faced this season - and they have come out of relegation tussle. Read More »

Microsoft Fixed The Shadow Brokers' Bugs In Silent March Update


In January, a Twitter account believed to be run by the group announced an auction of the exploits, but it appears the group did not find any buyers. Security researcher Matt Suiche said that the IP addresses that are next to the financial institutation in the documents do not line up with the real IP addresses of the machines at the institutions. Read More »

Trump Says North Korea Has 'Gotta Behave'


The US on Friday stopped short of branding China a currency manipulator in a much-awaited annual foreign-currency report from the Treasury Department. As it turned out, this was exactly the case as investors waited to see what might transpire in the Korean peninsula, where the sabre-rattling from the North has been rising in magnitude after the U.S. Read More »

North Korean missile explodes at launch


North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has appeared. A senior North Korean official told the Associate Press it would be "a$3 t a time and at a place where the headquarters deems necessary, it will take place". It has since conducted a number of shorter-range missile tests - some of which landed in the sea, less than 200 miles off the Japanese coast. The most recent one, last September, was the strongest ever. Read More »

North Korea flaunts long-range missiles in massive parade


Choe Ryong-hae, a close aide to Kim Jong-un, addressed the packed square with a warning to the US. Korean People's Army tanks roll through the capital on Saturday. Conservative candidate Hong Joon-pyo vowed Friday to push for the redeployment of United States tactical nuclear weapons to South Korea to fend off Pyongyang's growing military threats. Read More »

China says conflict could break out at any moment over North Korea

Worry about North Korea has led to a deterioration of ties between China and South Korea because China objects to the deployment of a U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in the South. He then walked up to a podium and clapped with senior government officials to address the thousands of soldiers and a massive crowd taking part in the parade in capital Pyongyang. Read More »