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Trump takes credit for blocking Democratic win in Georgia race

Trump takes credit for blocking Democratic win in Georgia race

Last week, after the Democratic candidate in a special election in a Kansas congressional district lost, but fared better than had been expected, anti-Trump forces tried to take solace in the relative tightness of the contest. At an Atlanta rally Tuesday night, he said , "We will be ready to fight on and win in June if necessary". Under the so-called " jungle primary " system, the top two candidates - Ossoff and Handel - will head into the June runoff.



Trump Orders US Review On Effects Of Lifting Sanctions Against Iran

Mr Tillerson accused Iran of a series of "alarming and ongoing provocations that export terror and violence". Both Iran and Hezbollah are now fighting in support of Syrian President Bashar al Assad's forces. But Tillerson has come pretty close to saying the agreement was not worth keeping, even though he's had to admit it's working. The administration is required by law to report to Congress on Iran's compliance every 90 days.



Facebook Killer Kills Himself

Steve Stephens, the so-called "Facebook killer" who live-streamed the brutal murder of 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. on Sunday, has been found dead. Stephens stopped for a moment at a McDonald's drive through in Erie, Pennsylvania, where an employee noticed him.


No knowledge of Jadhavs whereabouts, working to get him back

No knowledge of Jadhavs whereabouts, working to get him back

On the other side, Indian government confirmed that Jadhav has worked in Navy, but denied his connections with the government after retirement. She said if the decision of the Pakistani court is implemented, it will be a pre-meditated murder asserting that there is no evidence against Jadhav.


Turkey opposition calls for referendum to be annulled

Turkey opposition calls for referendum to be annulled

However, the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) challenged the result. Speaking to TV2.DK about the controversial vote, he said: "We have received a lot of information that doesn't point in the right direction". But in his post-referendum euphoria Erdogan - who can now rule until at least 2029 and likely beyond - indicated he'd like to follow up with referenda on the European Union bid and on reinstating the death penalty.