• Racist ranter Vicki Momberg to spend 2 years in jail
Racist ranter Vicki Momberg to spend 2 years in jail

The hashtag Vicky Momberg is now trending on Twitter , with numerous platform's users welcoming the sentencing, which will see Momberg spend two years behind bars. Momberg, the first person to be jailed in South Africa for a racist rant, will on Wednesday, 4 April, apply for leave to appeal application. At a previous sitting, prosecutor Yusuf Ba...

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  • Trump kids jab Jeb after Bush says his children 'actually love me'
Trump kids jab Jeb after Bush says his children 'actually love me'

Sons Eric and Don Jr. run the Trump organization and are two of their father's biggest and most articulate defenders. Donald Trump Jr. wrote on Twitter than he loved that his father has guts, is a fighter and is president. "The 21st-century conservative agenda can not be nostalgic about the past", Bush said. Jeb's disagreements with Trump o...

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  • Emma Gonzalez Delivers Powerful March For Our Lives Speech
Emma Gonzalez Delivers Powerful March For Our Lives Speech

A common thread among the rallies was the presence of young people. The original image is a screenshot of a video produced by Teen Vogue to accompany an op-ed penned by the 18-year-old, entitled "Why This Generation Needs Gun Control ".

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  • Lok Sabha fails to address no-trust notices
Lok Sabha fails to address no-trust notices

A majority of the retiring members in their short farewell speeches stressed that there should be more discussion and less disruption in the House. "Bringing such placards with numbers on them is against the order of the House", Mr Kumar said even as several opposition members including the likes of Asadudin Owaisi, Mohammad Salim and Congress me...

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  • Dunkin' Donuts Sneakers Are Here Just in Time for the Boston Marathon
Dunkin' Donuts Sneakers Are Here Just in Time for the Boston Marathon

The Saucony Kinvara 9 serves as the base for this unexpected sneaker collab, which features a white knitted mesh upper accompanied by a strawberry-frosted donut on the shoe's heel as well as orange, magenta and chocolate-colored sprinkles. Oh, and if you peer inside the shoes, one insole has a photo of a hot coffee while the other features iced cof...

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  • Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia, says Cong must help regional parties
Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia, says Cong must help regional parties

Speaking to reporters here, she said: "Whenever I come to Delhi , I meet Sonia Gandhiji". During her meeting, Mamata told Sonia Gandhi that Congress should cooperate in allowing each of the regional parties to fight BJP in 2019 in their respective strongholds.

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  • Will Census Ask About Citizenship for the First Time Since 1950?
Will Census Ask About Citizenship for the First Time Since 1950?

He insists on adding a question ascertaining citizenship to the upcoming 2020 Census, putting the reliability of the whole shebang at risk while setting up his home state of NY, and every other state with large numbers of immigrants, for a drubbing.

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  • Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan six years after attack
Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan six years after attack

Yousafzai is now studying at Oxford University. The government says Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai is meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, hours after she returned to Pakistan for the first time since she was shot in 2012 by Taliban militants.

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  • India emphasises on timely reimbursement to nations for UN peacekeeping operations
India emphasises on timely reimbursement to nations for UN peacekeeping operations

The U.S.is the biggest contributor, assessed about 28.5 percent of this year's $7.3 billion peacekeeping budget. The U.N. General Assembly is responsible for determining the peacekeeping budget. Some 59 peacekeepers were killed through "malicious acts" previous year, compared to 34 in 2016, Guterres said Wednesday. About 168 Indian personnel ha...

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  • Court Allows Trump Emoluments Lawsuit to Move Forward
Court Allows Trump Emoluments Lawsuit to Move Forward

The ruling by U.S. District Judge Peter Messitte found the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia had standing to bring claims against Mr. Trump, who hasn't divested his business holdings. But Messitte wants a second hearing in the case, in part to examine the meaning of the emoluments clauses, which have never been considered in court.

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  • Police arrests a driver who attempted to ram soldiers in France
Police arrests a driver who attempted to ram soldiers in France

The troops of the 93rd Mountain Artillery Regiment, who were out on their morning jog outside their base in Varces-Allières-et-Risset, in the French Alps, had to jump into a ditch to avoid the pavement-mounting Peugeot-make auto, according to reports.

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  • Outgoing VA secretary David Shulkin blasts Washington culture in NYT op-ed
Outgoing VA secretary David Shulkin blasts Washington culture in NYT op-ed

Ousted Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin fired back at the Trump administration Thursday - blasting plans to privatize veterans' health care as a "political issue". Bush and Barack Obama . In the interim, Defense Department Undersecretary for Personnel and Readiness Robert Wilkie will serve as acting VA secretary.

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  • Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy to face trial over corruption allegations
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy to face trial over corruption allegations

The former president, 63, can appeal against the order. His goal, it is alleged, was to gain information on an inquiry involving his relations with Liliane Bettencourt, the late heiress to the L'Oréal empire. In that inquiry, Sarkozy was suspected of accepting illicit payments from the L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt for his 2007 presidential c...

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  • Adnan Syed Of 'Serial' Podcast Granted A New Trial
Adnan Syed Of 'Serial' Podcast Granted A New Trial

Maryland's Attorney General refused to say whether he will appeal, but if he does it could be months before Syed finds out if he really will get a new trial . Classmate Asia McClain allegedly saw Syed in their high school library during the time prosecutors said Lee was murdered. The program won a Peabody Award in April 2015, and has since b...

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  • DoJ Inspector General to review potential FISA court abuse by Federal Bureau of Investigation
DoJ Inspector General to review potential FISA court abuse by Federal Bureau of Investigation

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions a year ago announced a crackdown on leaks, after a series of embarrassing revelations from President Donald Trump's White House. Trump nominated him to permanently return as US attorney in June 2017 - two years after his confirmation under Obama - and he was confirmed in August by a unanimous voice vote in th...

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  • Police reveal over 100000 people expected to visit Windsor for Royal Wedding
Police reveal over 100000 people expected to visit Windsor for Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Markle are to marry at St George's Chapel, within the grounds of Queen Elizabeth II's Windsor Castle residence. The security measures, likened to a "ring of steel" around Windsor Castle and the procession route for the wedding , will include heavy metal barriers to deter and prevent terrorist attacks by vehicle, and sweeps of c...

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  • North and South Korea set date for leaders' summit
North and South Korea set date for leaders' summit

Kim and President Trump. No date has been set, but Mr. Trump said he was willing to meet Mr. Kim by May, after Mr. Moon's discussions with him. According to Seoul based Korea Times, a working-level meeting will take place on April 4 to arrange protocol, security and press coverage.

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  • White House calls Russia's expulsion of U.S. diplomats a 'deterioration' in relations
White House calls Russia's expulsion of U.S. diplomats a 'deterioration' in relations

Christine Blanshard, Medical Director for Salisbury District Hospital, where the two victims are being treated, said in a statement that Yulia Skripal's condition had improved after three week in a critical condition. The Russian Foreign Ministry urged US authorities to rethink and stop "reckless" actions that hurt bilateral relations. He accused...

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  • Brexit Bulletin: One year to go
Brexit Bulletin: One year to go

The prime minister has been touring the United Kingdom today to mark the one year anniversary of her triggering Article 50. Former British prime minister Tony Blair urged Mrs May to offer a free vote in the Commons on the final Brexit deal, telling the Independent that if she did not, Labour and Tory MPs should be ready to vote with their consc...

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  • 'Violent deportee' reportedly escapes ICE custody at JFK airport
'Violent deportee' reportedly escapes ICE custody at JFK airport

Three ICE agents were escorting him through a security checkpoint in Terminal 4 and took off his handcuffs to comply with TSA regulations, the sources said. He was wearing a purple or black shirt, jeans and sneakers. In September 2015, a immigration judge approved an order for Mbacke's deportation. He is 6'3 and weighs about 190 pounds.

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