• Cirque du Soleil Aerialist Yann Arnaud Dies After Fall In Florida
Cirque du Soleil Aerialist Yann Arnaud Dies After Fall In Florida

The remaining two " Volta " shows scheduled in Tampa were canceled by the group as investigations into Arnaud's death ensues. It "weaves acrobatics" and "action sports" into a "melodic score". Cirque du Soleil eventually settled with OSHA , bringing six citations to one, the Las Vegas Sun reported . It is known for "cutting-edge shows featur...

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  • Ant McPartlin Released Following Drink Driving Arrest
Ant McPartlin Released Following Drink Driving Arrest

Lorraine Kelly has insisted Ant McPartlin WILL appear on Saturday Night Takeaway following his arrest . Fans have now been questioning whether the arrest will impact on this weekend's Saturday Night Takeaway . "Just putting it out there - will Ant actually be able to go present the Saturday Night Takeaway final in Universal Studios?" E...

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  • USA retailers, shoe companies urge Trump not to hit…
USA retailers, shoe companies urge Trump not to hit…

The effort is created to soften the expected impact on prices from the import duties, which Trump imposed earlier this month over the objections of industry, retailers, key members of his administration and major trading partners. "Imposition of unilateral tariffs by the administration would only serve to split the United States from its allies, hi...

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  • Russian response in ex-spy poisoning row futile
Russian response in ex-spy poisoning row futile

The foreign ministry in Moscow summoned United Kingdom ambassador Laurie Bristow on Saturday to tell him of the retaliation for May's expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats from London. May said the duo was poisoned with a military grade nerved agent developed by Russian Federation. The Swedish and Czech foreign ministers and the Slovak foreign mi...

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  • Egyptians overseas begin voting in election
Egyptians overseas begin voting in election

The electoral commissions of the embassies were equipped with modern, reliable tablets to read the national number of the ID card or passport number of the electorate, as electronic devices have been provided to embassies with specialized programs to manage the electoral process.

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  • Navjot Singh Sidhu publicly apologises to Manmohan Singh for past remarks
Navjot Singh Sidhu publicly apologises to Manmohan Singh for past remarks

Party president Rahul Gandhi, in his brief inaugural address, also said that the new Congress Working Committee, the apex decision-making body of the party, would be a mix of young blood and elders. Singh said while Islamabad's support to cross-border terrorism was not acceptable, "It is as much in the interest of Pakistan as in the interest of Ind...

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  • Weather Warning As Snow Forecast For Isle Of Wight
Weather Warning As Snow Forecast For Isle Of Wight

MANY parts of eastern England and Scotland were blanketed by snow as the second "Beast from the East" hit Britain on Saturday morning. "We're looking at some fairly large snowfall totals". Meanwhile, airports have warned passengers to check with airlines for potential delays and cancellations caused by the cold snap. "There is a good chance tha...

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  • Putin Brands Britain's Claim Behind Nerve-Agent Attack 'Inexcusable'
Putin Brands Britain's Claim Behind Nerve-Agent Attack 'Inexcusable'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, "The response will come very quickly, I can assure you", Tass reports. Speaking at an emergency Security Council session, Haley on Wednesday also named Russian Federation, saying it was "responsible for the attack on two people in the United Kingdom using a military-grade nerve agent" and calling...

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  • Israel says foiled Hamas bid to rebuild Gaza tunnel
Israel says foiled Hamas bid to rebuild Gaza tunnel

The report also pointed out that the occupying state of Israel has committed grave human rights violations and called for the "establishment of a fact-finding committee by the Human Rights Council on Israeli violations of detainees, and for the activation of worldwide accountability mechanisms towards perpetrators".

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 United Kingdom diplomats in retaliation
Russian Federation expels 23 United Kingdom diplomats in retaliation

On Russia's eastern edge, in the Pacific coast city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, polling stations opened at 8 PM GMT, and voting across the vast country will run until polls close at the westernmost point, the Kaliningrad region, 22 hours later.

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  • Three AIIMS, Delhi doctor killed in Mathura road mishap
Three AIIMS, Delhi doctor killed in Mathura road mishap

Such was the impact that the speeding SUV after ramming the canter, partially entered into it, Mr Shukla said, adding three of them succumbed to injuries on the spot, while four injured doctors were rushed to a nearby private hospital for treatment.

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  • MoS PMO Assures Action In Poonch Ceasefire Violation
MoS PMO Assures Action In Poonch Ceasefire Violation

Two of his daughters-Nasreen Kousar (11) and Mehreen Kousar (5)-were injured in the incident. The deceased was later identified as Mohammad Ramzan, his wife and three sons. The Indian troops were retaliating appropriately and effectively in the ongoing gunfire, the police said. "My deepest condolences to the family", she said.

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  • Russian Federation orders the expulsion of 23 British diplomats
Russian Federation orders the expulsion of 23 British diplomats

Russian Federation has also withdrawn permission for Britain to open a general consulate in St Petersburg and says it will be closing the British Council in Russian Federation. Britain has expelled 23 Russian diplomats over the poisoning, and Russia expelled British diplomats in response. The source of the nerve agent - which Britain says is Sovi...

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats over spy attack issue
Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats over spy attack issue

In a statement the Russian Embassy said: 'On March 14 Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko was summoned to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office where he was informed that 23 diplomats were declared personae non gratae. May said Britain would also clamp down on murky Russian money and strengthen the government's ability to impose sanctions on those...

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  • Met Éireann warns of 'significant snow accumulations' in Leinster
Met Éireann warns of 'significant snow accumulations' in Leinster

This warning is in place for Dublin, Kildare , Carlow, Kilkenny, Laois, Louth , Wexford , Wicklow , Meath and Waterford . A yellow snow-ice warning for all of Ireland - which is less serious - will come into effect tomorrow afternoon at 12 and is set to last throughout the St Patrick's Day weekend until 9am Monday morning.

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  • Powerball ticket worth $456 million sold in Pennsylvania
Powerball ticket worth $456 million sold in Pennsylvania

The cash option is worth $269.4 million. Just where the ticket was sold is not yet known. There were also two second-prize tickets sold, one in Texas worth $1 million, and one in SC valued at $2 million. One lucky person is waking up a millionaire after winning the powerball jackpot. The winning ticket matched all five numbers and the Powerball...

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  • UMBC's upset over Virginia means free Little Caesar's pizza
UMBC's upset over Virginia means free Little Caesar's pizza

When March Madness started, the franchise announced they'd do a pizza giveaway if a No. 16 seed beat a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The University of Maryland Baltimore County may have beat No. Full offer details say that you must order by 1 p.m. on Monday, April 2, to get your free lunch combo . People will get a 4-slice Deep!Deep! dish ...

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  • Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats: foreign ministry
Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats: foreign ministry

May announced Monday that British investigators have identified the substance used in the attack on Skripal as being part of the Novichok group of nerve agents that were developed by the Soviet military during the 1970s and 1980s. "If further actions of an unfriendly nature are taken against Russia , the Russian side reserves the right to take o...

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  • Sweden says happy to help on N.Korea, amid summit speculation
Sweden says happy to help on N.Korea, amid summit speculation

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho, second right, leaves the Swedish government building Rosenbad in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday, March 16, 2018. The idea that Trump and Kim would sit down together was unthinkable just months ago when North Korea was regularly testing weapons in its pursuit of developing a missile that could deliver a n...

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  • Gunman kills ex-wife at The Oaks Mall, Southern California
Gunman kills ex-wife at The Oaks Mall, Southern California

Authorities have not released a motive for the shooting or what led up to it except that the victim and suspect were divorced and they have two children. He said, " My mom was a little shaken but OK, we were inside the store for more than an hour. Shoppers who escaped the mall prior to the scene being closed off by police were instructed to seek ...

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