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Russia Says It Will Expel British Diplomats, Decries 'Groundless Anti-Russian Campaign'


The ministry also declared it was closing the British Consulate General in St. Petersburg and the British Council in Russian Federation, in a step beyond the measures taken by Britain. The Lieutenant General elaborated that Skripal had already passed all sensitive information he had known to the UK's intelligence and was no longer a threat to Moscow , therefore Rooda excluded the version of a Russia-sponsored attack on him, saying that the incident was intended as a "political provocation". Read More »

Spy poisoning: Russia to expel 23 British diplomats


Mrs. May has said the United Kingdom will expel 23 Russian diplomats as part of a "full and robust" response - prompting Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to say it will "certainly" expel British diplomats in response. U.S. President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron later backed the a joint statement with May and said there's "no plausible alternative explanation" to Russian responsibility. Read More »

Russia expels 23 British diplomats in spy-poisoning response


Petersburg. British Prime Minister Theresa May has also cut off high-level contacts with Russian Federation and has been trying to build support among the U.K.'s allies for potential fresh sanctions to punish Russian Federation. "It is Russian Federation that is in flagrant breach of worldwide law and the Chemical Weapons Convention". "We have not raised any tensions in our relations, it was the decision by the British side without evidence", he told The Associated Press. Read More »

Custodian Steals $180 From Backpacks During Student Walkout


She reportedly stole $180 in cash from three bags. A short investigation led authorities to Evans, who was sacked by Service Solutions, a third party custodial company that works with the school. The nationwide student walkout generated media attention for much of Wednesday. The ACLU says that schools are allowed to punish kids for leaving class, but it's looking through reports from students who say they were punished unfairly. Read More »

Russian hackers now aim for USA power and water systems

Additional measures are not ruled out, he added. The Trump administration had been facing building pressure from the Congress to take punitive measures against Moscow's cybercriminals. The new sanctions include Russian intelligence services, the Federal Security Service (FSB) and Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), and six individuals working on behalf of the GRU. Read More »

Russia expels 23 UK diplomats as spy spat escalates


Petersburg due todisparity in the number of consulate facilities of the two countries". The British Council is a cultural institute with artistic, language and educational programs. The British government has confirmed the expulsion of 23 of its diplomats from Russian Federation, and says the U.K. National Security Council will meet early next week to consider the next steps in its dispute with Moscow over the poisoning of a former spy. Read More »

Raid fails to beat Ajay-Ileana's Baadshaho opening day business


Raid has been directed by Raj Kumar Gupta, who has previously helmed movies Ghanchakkar , No One Killed Jessica and Aamir . In Raid , Ajay Devgn plays the role of Amay Patnaik , the Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax of Lucknow, who is known to be a strict and honest officer, who aims to recover as much black money as possible. Read More »

Two Children, Parents Found Dead Inside Parked Van In Garden Grove


The grim discovery was made about 8:45 p.m. after a homeless woman noticed a unusual odor coming from the white Honda and notified authorities, according to the Garden Grove Police Department. We don't know exactly what happened so we have to investigate this, ' he said. The female witness who discovered the victims said she had seen the white Honda van in the parking lot for several days and thought the family inside the van may have been homeless, according to Whitney. Read More »

Russian Federation expels 23 United Kingdom envoys in poison row


Moscow expels 23 British diplomats from Russian Federation amid increasing tensions over a nerve agent attack against former double agent, Sergei Skripal and his daughter on United Kingdom soul. Britian has accused Russian Federation of using a military grade, allegedly Soviet-produced nerve agent belonging to a strain known as Novichok against Sergei and Yulia, both of whom remained in a critical condition. Read More »

Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows


Police have released footage of the deputy who has been heavily criticised for not running into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when a gunman opened fire. Asked what Peterson should have done, Israel said, Peterson should have "went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer". The deputy failed to confront the gunman during the six-minute rampage, the video time stamps show, confirming the account of other law enforcement officers who raised questions about the response by the ... Read More »

Ottawa-Glandorf's Junior Optimist Club holding Easter Egg Hunt


The new location for this free event provides a large space and kitchen to accommodate families for breakfast and lots of space for the egg hunt - no matter what the weather is doing outside. The free event allows children between 3-years-old and second grade to hunt the 10,000 eggs containing candy and toys, along with 24 Prize Easter Eggs. Read More »

Suspect arrested after two women shot dead in house


TWO women believed to be mother and daughter were shot dead in a terrifying attack overnight, killed when a hail of bullets were fired through the window of their seaside town home overnight. Last night, residents were told to stay inside for their own safety while Sussex Police blocked off the road from A259 following the incident. "Bexhill Road remains closed at this time while the investigation continues, and I would like to thank the community for their patience during this period". Read More »

Russia to expel 23 British diplomats


The pair remain critically ill in the hospital . Britain had only pledged to expel the Russian diplomats after Moscow had failed to explain how the nerve toxin had got to Britain, he said. Skripal's poisoning has prompted police in Britain to re-examine the cases of several Russians who have died or fallen ill on United Kingdom soil, amid criticism that the British government shut down the original investigations for political reasons without getting to the bottom of what happened. Read More »

Johnson: 'overwhelmingly likely' that Putin ordered spy nerve attack

The Russian foreign ministry said it was taking the measures in response to what it called the U.K.'s "provocative actions and unfounded accusations" over the poisoning case. The north Dorset town of Gillingham is being probed as part of the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal , reports Somerset Live. The Foreign Secretary's comments earned a scathing rebuke from Mr Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who said: "We have said on different levels and occasions that Russian Federation has ... Read More »

BSP's vote shifting to SP creates panic for BJP


United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chairperson Sonia Gandhi too has become active to bring all opposition political parties, which are not part of the NDA, on a single platform ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The Jat-dominated Kairana seat was a stronghold of Ajit Singh's RLD until 2009 Lok Sabha elections when BSP's Tabbassum Begum defeated Hukum Singh by over 20,000 votes. Read More »

Sweden, North Korea talks conclude; peaceful end to nuclear standoff discussed


A White House release on the same conversation said the two leaders would learn "from mistakes of the past" in their planned summits with North Korea. In its statement, Sweden's foreign ministry noted that the U.N. Security Council had unanimously condemned North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile programmes and demanded their "complete, verifiable and irrevocable elimination". Read More »

Greece: 14 dead from suspected migrant boat sinking


Following a 2016 agreement between the European Union and Turkey, the numbers have diminished. Two more migrants were killed and seven more were injured on Saturday, in a separate incident in northern Greece, when their driver lost control of a vehicle during a auto chase with the police, a police official told Reuters. Read More »

Moscow warns Israel of 'anti-Russian hysteria' over spy's poisoning


The UK has expelled Russian diplomats from the country and announced a series of other sanctions, including a World Cup boycott by ministers and British royals, and freezing some Russian state assets. Novichok, which means newcomer in Russian, was developed by the Soviet Union in the 1970s as a chemical weapon that would be more powerful, harder to detect and exempt from the Chemical Weapons Treaty. Read More »

Theresa May warns of new Russian Federation sanctions as 23 United Kingdom diplomats expelled


The Foreign Ministry in Moscow said that the move was in retaliation of Britain's decision to expel the same number of Russian diplomats on Wednesday. The British ambassador was alerted to the expulsions on Saturday morning. British police said there is no apparent link between the attack on Glushkov and the poisoning of the Skripals, but both have raised alarm in the West at a time when Russian Federation is increasingly assertive on the global stage and facing investigations over ... Read More »

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After Kejriwals apology, Punjab AAP unit contemplates breaking away


To a question, he said that some party MLAs did not attend the second round of meeting due to some preoccupation, but they are standing by the decisions taken in the meeting. "It is like our big leader while showing psychological weakness, has surrendered", added Khaira. "Our MLAs will sit together & take a collective decision". Read More »

Thousands more flee eastern Ghouta, Russian official says


Syria's conflict marked seven years this week, having killed hundreds of thousands, and displaced at least 11 million more, including almost 6 million who have fled overseas in one of the worst refugee crises of modern times. There was no immediate comment from Damascus, which says it only targets armed militants. Nearly a month into an offensive by the Syrian regime on the rebel enclave, these brutal strikes were conducted. Read More »

South Korea will not compromise on denuclearization: Moon


Trump has agreed to meet Kim by May. Skoog added, however, the talks in Stockholm would "hopefully" help "create a good environment for such a meeting" and declined to comment when asked if Sweden would host a meeting of the USA and North Korean leaders. Read More »

Amber Alert for Baby in Stolen Car


The 10-month-old girl, identified by police as Zoe Jordan, was in her auto seat wearing a pink onesie when she was taken. "Thank you!" Authorities said they're still searching for the suspect. "She was described as being 2'2" tall, weighing 17 lbs with black hair and brown eyes. The baby was wearing a pink onesie and a black jacket. If you have seen Zoe, please call the Memphis Police Department Crime Stoppers 901-528-CASH or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND. Read More »

Trump lawyer claims porn star Stormy Daniels is liable for $20million


She has offered to return the $130,000 she was paid. "The Settlement Agreement provides for liquidated damages of $1,000,000 per instance of breach", the court filing says. Cliffords' attorney, Michael Avenatti, told CNN Saturday morning that Friday was the first time that he had learned that Harder was representing the President . Read More »

Russian Federation vows to respond to United Kingdom over spy attack 'any minute'


Speaking during a visit to a west London military bunker with the Polish foreign minister, Mr Johnson said the UK's "quarrel is with Putin's Kremlin". Some 220 police officers from 16 forces, 80 ambulance staff, 50 fire officers, 200 armed forces personnel and 250 specialist officers have so far been deployed as part of the investigation, Wiltshire Police said. Read More »