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Earlier in the day, her former Chief Economic Secretary Cho Won-dong was sentenced to a one-year prison term suspended for two years for his botched attempts to remove Lee, upon Park's order. Prosecutors in February recommended a punishment of 118.5 billion won in fines in addition to a 30-year prison term. Park, the country's first female president , has not been present for the majority of the ten-month corruption trial.
  • Alli ends Spurs' 28-year wait

    Alli ends Spurs' 28-year wait

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    We are working very hard to try to have a good season, but I think that, in the end, we are deserving of this season. "I would be surprised to see Conte at Chelsea next season because I think he is nearly looking forward to leaving, and I also think that Chelsea want to change, they want something new, maybe a manager who is more of a corporate man - people have been talking about Luis Enrique ".
  • Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai In Mingora

    Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai In Mingora

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    Yousafzai's journey to becoming the youngest ever Nobel victor began with the local branch of the hardline Taliban movement taking over her hometown in Swat, about 250 km (160 miles) from the capital, Islamabad, in 2007, when she was 9 years old.
  • Netanyahu praises Israeli troops after deadly clashes in Gaza

    Netanyahu praises Israeli troops after deadly clashes in Gaza

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    Erdoğan said Netanyahu can not find proper worldwide support for his actions and reminded the Turkey-sponsored United Nations resolution rejecting the U.S.'s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital by a vote of 128-9. "I have not heard worthy opposition to the Israeli massacre in Gaza from those who criticized the operation in Afrin ", he said, referring to Turkish actions in the Kurdish enclave in Syria.
  • Hotel Collapses After Vehicle Crashes Into It In Indore, 10 Dead

    Hotel Collapses After Vehicle Crashes Into It In Indore, 10 Dead

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    The incident occurred at around 1550 GMT after a speeding auto rammed into the building in Indore city. People remove the debris as they search for survivors at the site of a collapsed hotel building in Indore , India, March 31, 2018. The civic body was trying to find out as to how much illegal construction had been done in the premises by its owner, said Mr Singh. The auto had crashed into a weight-bearing pillar of the structure, according to Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey.
  • Russian Federation expels European Union states' diplomats

    Russian Federation expels European Union states' diplomats

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    According to her, it is clear that the government of Georgia attaches more importance to the interests of outer country that of its own. "We reserve the right to respond further". Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned earlier this week that Russia would retaliate over the mass expulsion of its diplomats by other countries, including many European Union states, which he blamed on "colossal pressure and colossal blackmail" by the United States .
  • Erdogan 'saddened' by France's stance on Kurdish militia

    Erdogan 'saddened' by France's stance on Kurdish militia

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    Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli warned "if France takes any steps regarding its military presence in northern Syria, this would be an illegitimate step that would go against worldwide law and in fact, it would be an invasion". Najim Muhammad, the deputy commander of the Manbij Military Council, said the USA -led coalition has assured them it will protect the town. Such speculation was fueled by President Donald Trump somewhat surprisingly declaring on Thursday that American ...
  • Walker to ask Supreme Court for election delay

    Walker to ask Supreme Court for election delay

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    The governor was ordered last week by a judge in Madison to call the special elections by noon on Thursday. Under the proposed measure, Walker would not be allowed to order special elections this year. It also would allow special-election candidates to campaign longer and remove a requirement allowing only USA citizens to act as witnesses of someone casting a military or overseas ballot.
  • Japan's Abe likely to talk tariffs with Trump in April

    Japan's Abe likely to talk tariffs with Trump in April

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    Tokyo has long demanded complete denuclearization from the pariah state, but that might not be on the table at the Trump-Kim summit. Japan will have little choice but to enter into a bilateral trade deal with the United States similar to one President Donald Trump clinched with South Korea, a former top Japanese currency diplomat said.
  • Winning $521 million Mega Millions ticket sold in New Jersey

    Winning $521 million Mega Millions ticket sold in New Jersey

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    The jackpot amount had climbed from United States $502 million to U.S. $521 million earlier in the day, but the final amount of the prize hadn't been announced late on Friday. The lucky numbers are 11, 28, 31, 46 and 59, with a mega ball number of 1. Station manager Nash Riad said no one has come forward to say they bought the ticket, and he has no idea who the victor is.
  • Wilbur Ross Overruled Census Bureau Officials To Add Citizenship Question

    Wilbur Ross Overruled Census Bureau Officials To Add Citizenship Question

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    But as far as the "chilling effect" those questions could have on immigrants, his group advises states and cities to take a "hard look" at their own citizenship question policies and recommends they should be abandoned. New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a lawsuit in the name of 19 state attorneys general and Colorado. The lawsuit will challenge the Administration's decision to add the question to the Census on constitutional and statutory grounds.