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Former US First Lady Barbara Bush Passes Away At 92

Barbara Bush has passed away at the respectable age of 92. She died at her home in Houston, Texas on Tuesday and soon after, an official statement was released from her husband President George H.W. Bush’s office. “A former first lady of the United States of America and relentless proponent of family literacy, Barbara Pierce Bush passed away Tuesday, April ...

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Britain Braces For Putin’s ‘Dirty Cyber War’ In Retaliation For Syria Air Strikes

…Russian hackers targeting VIPs and UK infrastructure The US, Britain and France hit three sites in response to a deadly chlorine attack that killed up to 75 in former rebel stronghold Douma – but the Russian President ‘wants payback’ Vladimir Putin is expected to order a cyber attack on Britain’s infrastructure in revenge for the bombing of Syria at the ...

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Chemical Attack: UK, US, France Launch Military Action On Assad Regime In Syria

The United Kingdom, United States and France have launched “precision strikes” in Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack in the country. The strikes, launched at 2am UK time, targeted Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons capabilities after a weekend poison gas attack that killed at least 75 people on April 7. The allies United Kingdom Prime Minister ...

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War Looms As British Submarines ‘Ordered To Move Within Missile Range Of Syria’

…Theresa May calls an urgent Cabinet meeting over the Syrian chemical attack The world is braced for war tonight after Theresa May reportedly ordered submarines to move within missile range of Syria. The Prime Minister will summon top ministers to Downing Street on Thursday to discuss Britain’s response to the Syria chemical attack. She convened the urgent meeting of the ...

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Algerian Military Plane Crashes, Killing At Least 100 People

At least 100 people were killed when a military plane carrying soldiers crashed soon after takeoff in a farm field in northern Algeria on Wednesday, officials said. The cause of the crash was unclear, and an investigation has been opened, according to a Defense Ministry statement. Local media reported that the plane crashed just after taking off. Emergency services converged ...

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Home-Made Alcohol Kills 82 In Indonesia

Police on Wednesday said 82 people died on Indonesia’s Java island after drinking home-made alcohol. National police spokesman Setyo Wisasto said the victims died in West Java province and Jakarta after consuming cheap home-made alcoholic drinks. He said 80 others had been hospitalised. Authorities in the city of Bandung declared a health emergency after 45 people died there. Dozens of people die ...

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Brazilian Judge Denies Ex-President Lula Privileges In Prison

A Brazilian judge on Tuesday denied former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva the right to receive a visit from nine regional governors and other politicians in the prison where he is staying in the southern city of Curitiba, the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo reported. Judge Carolina Lebbos pointed to an earlier order from judge Sergio Moro, who issued ...

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