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Pope in Morocco: Local media has a milestone visit

Morocco has opened its arms in welcome to Pope Francis, with most local media greeting the visit as an important milestone in the Muslim country's life. The Pope is also seen as consolidating Muslims after the Christchurch shootings in New Zealand. By Paul Samasumo – Rabat, Morocco Many Moroccan newspapers have Pope Francis' picture sprayed on the cover of their …

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UK's Theresa May ponders fourth vote on Brexit deal | News

The United Kingdom Prime Minister, Theresa May, hopes to bring her Brexit deal back to parliament next week for a fourth attempt at gaining MPs' backing, British media has reported. May will continue to seek support for this deal as MPs are set to hold another set of votes on various options on Monday, a government source told the BBC …

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Jussie Smollett update: Thousands referred for alternative prosecution by Cook County prosecutors haven't completed process

CHICAGO (WLS) – New data obtained by the ABC7 Cook County State's Attorney's office sheds more light on the program cited this week in relation to Jussie Smollett's surprise case dismissal deal. In the interview with the decision to dismiss the case, Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx and First Assistant State's Attorney Joe Magats said that Smollett's case resolution …

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Fueled by climate change, disasters hit 62M last year

CLOSE The past five years have been the warmest years since records began in the late 1800s, according to NASA and NOAA.      USA TODAY Story Highlights Carbon dioxide levels were highest on record in 2018. The last 4 years have been the Earth's 4 warmest years on record. Extreme weather events, supercharged by climate change, affected some 62 million …

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When Maduro confronts a crisis, Russia's footsteps are growing in Venezuela

A Russian air force Ilyushin Il-62M jet that arrived with troops and equipment in Venezuela this weekend is seen at Simón Bolívar International Airport outside Caracas on March 28. Anthony Faiola (Yuri Cortez / AFP / Getty Images) Correspondent covers Latin America, Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, human rights, poverty, globalization and economy 29. March at. 20:15 CARACAS, Venezuela – After two …

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Exclusive: Trump eyeing intensified Venezuela sanctions for foreign companies – Bolton

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump is considering imposing sanctions on companies from other countries dealing with Venezuela to cut revenue for President Nicolas Maduro, Trump's national security advisor John Bolton told Reuters TV on Friday. "We are moving in that direction exactly," Bolton said, asking if Trump would consider what is known as "secondary sanctions." "We even now …

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Angry over Brexit delay, & # 39; Leave & # 39; supporters march through London

By Andrew MacAskill and Andrew R.C. Marshall LONDON (Reuters) – Thousands of people opposed Britain who delayed their departure from the EU marched through central London on Friday, when legislators in parliament strongly rejected Prime Minister Theresa Mays Brexit's agreement for the third time. On the day when Britain was originally supposed to leave the EU, large groups of bright …

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Trump's NAFTA USMCA trade agreement is facing bipartisan roadblock in Congress

Getting the Pact, which Trump called the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement approved, would give Trump another policy to exploit when hitting the 2020 re-election. Following the conclusion of special council Robert Mueller's Russian study, Trump was able to follow up on reworking relations with several countries, which the president has accused of abuse. The next few months are crucial for Trump as …

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