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UK Labor leader comes out fighting ahead of election

UK Labor leader comes out fighting ahead of election

She didn't need to hold a general election. In a passionate speech targeting a " cosy cartel " of multinational corporations and rich individuals who dodged their taxes, he said he would not play by the rules "set by failed political and corporate elites".



Win or lose, Marine Le Pen is a nightmare for the EU

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attack, which also left the shooter dead. In an interview with The Associated Press , Trump said that while he is not explicitly endorsing Le Pen, the attack played to her strengths.



Trump can launch more missile strikes against Syria

Allies of Bashar al-Assad's murderous regime rallied around the Syrian strongman and pledged to respond to United States "aggression" after the Trump administration bombed a military airfield in retaliation for a poisonous gas attack. Secondly, we don't see a peaceful Syria with Assad in there. "You pick and choose your battles and when we're looking at this, it's about changing up priorities and our priority is no longer to sit there and focus on getting Assad out", Haley told reporters on ...


Liberal government introduces bill to legalize marijuana

Liberal government introduces bill to legalize marijuana

Blair, however, added : "We do accept that important work remains to be done". Federal health minister Jane Philpott said Canada needs to address its "very high rates" of cannabis use among young people - some of the highest rates in the world.



North Korea says don't 'mess with us' as US plans next move

U.S. military drills are continuing near the Korean Peninsula and the deployment of the American THAAD anti-missile system to South Korea, while president Trump has threatened to "take care" of the North Korean "problem". This is what North Korea declared to the world, and is why the United States is bent on denuclearising the Korean peninsula (US will seek peaceful solution to N Korean nuclear threat: Pence; April 19).



Kashmir University, colleges remain shut as tensions prevail in Valley

The protesting students were shouting pro-freedom and anti-government slogans. Students reportedly pelted stones at the security forces due to which they were forced to fire tear gas shells and pellets to disperse the protesters. The state will justify the barbarity of its forces through its prejudiced media by labeling them as "antinational" and justify assaulting and punishing them accordingly before their nation and the world, he added.