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Turkish referendum was 'unlevel playing field': monitors

Holding banners reading, "No, We will win" and chanting "Thief, murderer, Erdogan", on group of demonstrators marched through the neighbourhoods of Besiktas on the European side. From the beginning Erdogan and his AKP party has been either loved or loathed, but with Sunday's result he has become the very public face of a polarisation that exists in Turkish society - a polarisation that analysts say can only now grow. Read More »

Theresa May meeting Donald Tusk for Brexit start talks


There has already been a war of words over the British overseas territory, sparked by draft negotiating guidelines. The two politicians smiled on the doorstep of May's 10 Downing St. The talks came after Mr Tusk suggested last week that Spain - which also claims sovereignty of Gibraltar - could veto its inclusion in any trade deal between Britain and the remaining European Union member states. Read More »

Trump praises Gorsuch after confirmation


Cory Gardner voted yes. Tenth Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court. " Neil Gorsuch has a deep understanding of Western issues and future generations of Coloradans will benefit from his service to our country..." Of all the presidencies in recent memory, none have had more of an opportunity to reshape the state of the Supreme Court of the United States than the administration now led by president Donald J. Read More »

Donald Trump and Family Attend Church for Easter


Since taking office as President, Trump has spent many weekends at the resort and has also played host to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for dinner there in February. "It's not the [Democratic People's Republic of Korea] but the U.S. and Trump that makes trouble". A breakdown of Trump's Mar-a-Lago related expenses shows that security costs alone are nearly $4 million. Read More »

Top cop completes marathon for 1st time since 2013 bombings

Geoffrey Kirui and Edna Kiplagat, winners of the Boston Marathon. The top three American men's and women's finishers at the 121st Boston Marathon had distinct West Coast appeals to them. Switzer then served as an Emmy-award winning TV sports commentator before returning to marathons. The moment galvanized Switzer and set her on a new course as an advocate for women's athletics. Read More »

Syrian President Assad's allies say US attack crosses 'red lines'


Democratic Rep. Tim Walz, a retired National Guard command sergeant major, said Trump must communicate a "holistic strategy" for dealing with the conflict in Syria to Congress. Syria's ally Russian Federation says the deaths were caused when a Syrian air strike hit a depot where rebels were making chemical weapons, leading to a leak of toxic gas. Read More »

Turkey referendum: Vote expanding Erdogan powers 'valid'

The margin could cement President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hold on power in Turkey for a decade and is expected to have a huge effect on the country's long-term political future and its global relations. On Sunday, the European Commission said Turkey should seek a broad national consensus on constitutional amendments, given the narrow "Yes" majority and the extent of their impact. Read More »

Can Democrats 'make Trump furious'?

Democrats suffered electoral wipe-outs in recent midterm elections - the party lost its House majority in 2010 and Senate majority in 2014 - in no small part because their political base simply didn't vote. About half (49%) say this describes the Democratic Party and 45% say it applies to the Republican Party. Health care has represented the GOP's most concerted domestic effort so far , and the poll shows little confidence in the party moving forward. Read More »

Kenya's Kirui, Kiplagat clinch first Boston Marathon victories

She was mocked, derided, and even her own coach didn't initially believe it was possible for a woman to run a 26-mile course. Americans had six of the top 10 finishers in the men's race and two of the top four women. The running series helped persuade the International Olympic Committee to add women's marathon to the list of sports in the 1984 Summer Olympics. Despite campaigning extensively for female participation in the sport, Ms Switzer has not run a marathon since 2011. Read More »

Pence warns DPRK 'era of strategic patience is over'

Mr Pence is visiting South Korea , Japan, Indonesia and Australia on a 10-day Asia tour. Harsh statements do not contribute to peace and stability in the region, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also said, while commenting on South Korean President Hwang Kyo-ahn's promise to " implement intensive punitive measures " on Pyongyang in case of any " provocations ". Read More »

USA threatens more pressure on Syria after missile strikes


The Syrian air force resumed flight operations at the base that the U.S. had struck Friday. "We're exhausted inside. We're exhausted of planes". "We will listen to what Tillerson has to say (about the USA missile strike in Syria)". The White House refused to discuss next steps. Press Secretary Sean Spicer said President Donald Trump would not "telegraph his next move". Several lawmakers said Sunday that decision shouldn't entirely be up to Trump. Read More »

Steve Bannon vs. Jared Kushner

The photo from inside Donald Trump's makeshift situation room at Mar-a-Lago affirmed what White House insiders have recognized for some time - that Dina Powell has quietly established herself as a White House power. Calling her a "member of my Middle East brain trust", the former secretary of state said that Powell knows the region well and "not just confined to Egypt". Read More »

Trump talks tough on North Korea, says Kim 'gotta behave'

Perry, who endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race, has been advising presidents on nuclear activity since the Cuban missile crisis in 1962. The North Korean deputy envoy asserted that Pyongyang would hold the United States "wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions". Read More »

Search on for USA man who broadcast killing on Facebook

Sunday afternoon in Cleveland. "We know he s out there someplace", he said. A GoFundMe spokesperson says the company will ensure all funds go directly to Godwin's family. The Cleveland Police Department has confirmed today that it's now looking for a suspect who streamed a homicide on Facebook Live. "They tried to convince him to turn himself in". Read More »

The NBA playoffs have arrived, and here's 10 things to watch

Perhaps the most impressive, and unexpected, of which was Klay Thompson's 22.3 points per game . The only certainty from this year's Western Conference Playoffs is that it's going to be wild. "Then you factor in all the other star players". In that sort of a set-up, AccuScore sim data would give the award to Harden as the Rockets are heavy favorites to win the series, majority of outcomes being decided in six or seven games . Read More »

Students stockpile eggs for annual Kiwanis event

Chair of the Pallion Traders, Richard Downey said: "This is the third year we have held our Easter celebration activities for local children and families, and hope that this year will be the best yet". “I looked at the group and decided we should be kids again.”. The Wilmette Park District also announced its first ever Doggie Egg Hunt will follow the kids event at Gillson Park. Read More »

Turkey 'backs change' that boosts powers of President

In Turkey, the government has declared victory in a referendum to change the constitution in ways that would give sweeping new powers to the president. Erdogan was elected president in August 2014 after more than a decade as prime minister, in the first ever direct election for a Turkish head of state. Read More »

Rolling Plains Church Holds Worship, Easter Egg Hunt


The Midian Shrine Easter Egg Hunt is 10 noon April 15 at Orchard Park Recreation Center. Greg Knight, director of children and youth ministries, was unsure how many years the church has held the egg hunt. Laura Miller was among the parents who brought their children to the event. "They were really excited". That's why I personally can't warm up to those many (!) egg hunt events happening around town these days. Read More »

US, South Korea agree 'early' deployment of THAAD missile system


Earlier Monday, Pence visited with US troops at Camp Bonifas, just south of the DMZ . According to one scenario, a US military action sends a massive number of North Korean refugees to the Japanese coast in boats, but some armed soldiers hiding among them could plot terrorist activities after landing, Kyodo said. Read More »

Pence: Era of strategic patience with North Korea over

Amid the growing tensions between America and North Korea, Pyongyang carried out a ballistic missile test that failed near the Sinpo shipyard on Sunday, according to the us and South Korea. US President Donald Trump threatened the rogue statue with military prowess, overnight tweeting "our military is building and is rapidly becoming stronger than ever before". Read More »

Protesters Gather in South Africa for Second Anti-Zuma March


President Jacob Zuma steps down as president. Opposition parties, including the centrist Democratic Alliance and left-wing Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), have united around a common motto: Zuma Must Fall. Corruption charges apart, they have also charged him with compromising the moral rudder that has been the "heart and soul" of the political party (the ANC) which they still describe as "Mandela's Party". Read More »

Tillerson: U.S.-Russia relations are 'at a low point'


President Trump said Wednesday that relations with Russian Federation "may be at an all-time low" following Syria's use of chemical weapons last week and the USA airstrike that followed. Meanwhile, it's unclear just how the USA will continue to be involved in Syria. Of Assad, Trump added: "This is an animal". Numerous administration's steps on Syria have been more conventional in recent weeks. Read More »

Merkel and Gabriel say respect right of Turks to decide on constitution

Speaking to reporters in Istanbul , Mr Erdogan said results showed a winning margin of 1.3 million votes in what he described as a "historic decision". While relations between the European Union and Turkey have been deteriorating for months, the result of the Turkish vote will likely only widen the growing political and cultural distance between the 28-nation bloc and the EU candidate country. Read More »

USA and Russian Federation struggle to overcome rifts in Moscow

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sits at the table during a meeting of foreign ministers of the G7 in Lucca, Italy, Tuesday, April 11, 2017. "Notwithstanding their use in more than 50 occasions of chlorine bombs, cluster bombs and other types of weapons that are meant to main and kill in the most horrific ways". Read More »

Trump boasts about victory in response to tax returns pressure

Messing told MSNBC: 'We know for a fact our current administration has deep links to Russian Federation. Protesters and political rivals have said he should make a fuller disclosure to remove any inkling of potential conflicts of interest between his business interests and his political decisions. Read More »

Are DOJ investigations into city police departments necessary?


The Sessions memo was made public in a court filing in Baltimore, where the Justice Department is seeking a delay for a hearing related to a proposed consent decree with the city's police department. Warren is one of those departments. Murray and Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole issued a statement late Tuesday calling Sessions' review of consent decrees "empty bureaucratic threats". Read More »

Trump White House drops policy of identifying visitors

Over 8 years as president, Barack Obama racked up $97 in travel. The two officials actively fought some of the Obama administration's signature achievements including a policy that requires financial advisers to serve the best interests of their clients when providing advice on retirement. Read More »

Trump goes after leading Democrat in Georgia race

Mike Pompeo became Central Intelligence Agency director under Mr. Trump. Ossoff is seeking to replace Republican Tom Price , who resigned to become Trump's health secretary . Along one home toward the end of their route, Megan Tucker bounds out and tells the two women she's definitely behind Ossoff, and Ferguson and Robertson let out small cheers. Read More »

Worldwide election monitors slam handling of Turkish vote

Opponents accuse him of leading a drive towards one-man rule in Turkey, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member that borders Iran, Iraq and Syria and whose stability is of vital importance to the United States and European Union. "It's too late now", he said . Decrying a "crusader mentality", Erdogan told a crowd of his supporters that the global monitors should "know their place", according to Reuters . Read More »

Pence to open Asian trip amid tensions with North Korea

But I suppose it might actually be the most likely one. Pyongyang has warned of war if it sees any signs of aggression from south of the Demilitarized Zone. "But the era of strategic patience is over", Pence said. "Strategic patience signaled indecision and predictability - not a good combination in Trump's eyes", Cha said. Read More »

North Korea displays new missiles in military parade


In an unusually terse statement, the U.S. Department of Defense said Sunday, "The president and his military team are aware of North Korea's most recent unsuccessful missile launch". Land-based testing of the Pukguksong-1 SLBM began as early as 2013, when a test-stand at Sinpo port was built, and the first confirmed submerged test launch was conducted in May 2015. Read More »

Microsoft claims Shadow Brokers' NSA exploits fixed in March

Then SWIFT warned banks in an October 2016 letter, reported by Reuters here, about continued cyber attacks on the system, which have gotten even more sophisticated. Simply put, if you are using any desktop version of Windows, these exploits could potentially impact your environment. All the tools and exploits were a part of the NSA's ongoing attempt to hack and exploit consumer PCs. Read More »

North Korean missile test fails, says US


Sinpo is the site of a North Korean submarine base and where the North has previously tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile it is developing. In an interview with the Associated Press , Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol said that the situation on the Korean Peninsula was in a "vicious cycle", adding that Pyongyang won't tolerate a us pre-emptive strike. Read More »

Search for Facebook killer in PA comes up empty


Officers are checking the area, and police say eight elementary schools and a high school are on lockdown as a precaution. I'm going to try and kill as many people as I can and be on death row or whatever the case may be. This individual is armed and risky ... But Williams said police had searched dozens of locations overnight "to no avail". When pressed about rumors that Stephens' cell phone had pinged in Pennsylvania , Chief Williams said his last confirmed location was at the murder ... Read More »

Miles misfires; Cavs stave off Pacers 109-108


You can't ask that question". James led all scorers with 32 points and collected a double-double by adding 13 assists, while also contributing six rebounds. "He's always focused and that's just who he's been since I've been around him". The Bucks scored eight straight points, including four from Khris Middleton, to make it 85-71 with 8:47 left. Read More »