• Univision team deported from Venezuela after Maduro interview
Univision team deported from Venezuela after Maduro interview

Calling into a Univision special report, Ramos said in Spanish he and five other employees of the American Spanish-language TV network had been freed after being arbitrarily detained by guards at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas for over two hours.

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  • Feinstein Unveils Green Deal Alternative After Kid Confrontation
Feinstein Unveils Green Deal Alternative After Kid Confrontation

You come in here and say it has to be my way or the highway. "Well the reason why I can't is because there's no way to pay for it", Feinstein responded . One activist countered, "we're trying to promote the Green New Deal ". Because we could have had three, four, five shots at this. "And so it's basically, like, there's scientific consensus tha...

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  • British royal family support female education in Morocco
British royal family support female education in Morocco

The Duchess is in the late stages of pregnancy and shouldn't even be on her feet, let alone racing down unknown terrain. The couple arrived to an unusual welcome committee in the form of the horses, who poked their heads out of their stables upon their arrival.

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  • UK's main opposition takes step to backing new Brexit vote
UK's main opposition takes step to backing new Brexit vote

Labour said it would put forward an amendment calling on the government to adopt its Brexit proposals, which include a permanent customs union with the EU and close alignment with the bloc's single market. It marks the first time that Labour will tell its MPs to support an amendment which calls for a new referendum. Corbyn is a lifelong oppone...

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  • USA pushes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to join observer force in Syria
USA pushes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to join observer force in Syria

The White House quietly dropped the news late Thursday that around 200 American "peace-keeping" soldiers would remain in northern Syria indefinitely, amid fierce criticism of Trump's decision to withdraw America's more than 2,000 troops there by April 30.

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  • Blizzard conditions move into western Kansas early Saturday
Blizzard conditions move into western Kansas early Saturday

Saturday until 3 a.m. Sunday . Numerous roads in Southeast Minnesota and Northern Iowa are under a No Travel advisory because roads remain impassable. As the system strengthens and leaves the area, winds are expected to become very strong. If you must travel, have a winter survival kit with you.

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  • Blaze in Aero India parking area guts 300 cars, no casualties
Blaze in Aero India parking area guts 300 cars, no casualties

He said, the BJP tried its best to get Aero India shifted out of Bengaluru to Uttar Pradesh (UP) and it was also the desire of Union defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman and UP CM Yogi Adityanath, he said. One of the main reasons that it is hard to control the fire is the strong winds that are blowing causing the fast spread of fire. Volunteer...

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  • NYC prosecutors preparing case against Manafort
NYC prosecutors preparing case against Manafort

They are not taking a position about whether the sentence should run consecutively or concurrently with a separate punishment that Manafort faces in a bank and tax fraud case in Virginia. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance makes a statement before the sentencing of white supremacist James Jackson in New York, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019.

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  • Nigeria counting votes in presidential election dogged by delays
Nigeria counting votes in presidential election dogged by delays

President Buhari was one of the first in the queue when the almost 120,000 polling stations began opening at 0700 GMT. Obasanjo had supported Buhari in the 2015 election, but chose to pitch his tent with Atiku Abubakar , candidate of the PDP for the 2019 presidential election.

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  • Pakistan writes to UN Human Rights chief over alleged violations in Kashmir
Pakistan writes to UN Human Rights chief over alleged violations in Kashmir

Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a letter to the Security Council on Friday warned that the security situation in the region is deteriorating as India threatens to use force against Pakistan. He said India blamed Pakistan after the Pulwama attack to divert global attention from the issue. Trump had said that he had watched and he got a lot of reports on i...

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  • Venezuelan Protesters Attempt to Topple Bus Near Colombian Border
Venezuelan Protesters Attempt to Topple Bus Near Colombian Border

The gathering, organized by pro-government forces, is taking place amidst opposition protests that urge to allow for the delivery of humanitarian aid from neighboring Colombia and Brazil. The concert also aims to pressure the Venezuelan government into accepting shipments of humanitarian aid donated by the U.S. The aid now sits in a warehouse on th...

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  • New York Times on Trump's attack: 'It's dangerous'
New York Times on Trump's attack: 'It's dangerous'

President Donald Trump has increased his attacks on the media and news organizations, going as far as to label The New York Times " a true enemy of the people ". McCabe is seen as a crucial witness in the obstruction part of Mueller's investigation, which Trump has repeatedly called a witch hunt while denying collusion.

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  • Trucks carrying women, children leave Daesh Syria holdout
Trucks carrying women, children leave Daesh Syria holdout

Backed by air strikes by a US-led coalition, the SDF have trapped ISIS fighters in less than half a square kilometer (0.2 square miles) in Baghouz. The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces attacking ISIS have an obligation under worldwide law to take all precautions to protect civilians who are mixed in with the foreign fighters, her spokesman ...

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  • Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives in China
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives in China

While the crown prince may have seen the tour as an opportunity to escape numerous issues he faces both at home and overseas, a series of events during the trip have only served to highlight his problems. "Modiji on 18 February said "the time for talks with Pakistan is over, and now action will be taken", Congress' chief spokesperson Randeep Su...

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  • Coast Guard Lieutenant Targeted CNN, MSNBC Anchors and Democrats for Attacks
Coast Guard Lieutenant Targeted CNN, MSNBC Anchors and Democrats for Attacks

Those listed in a spreadsheet of targets included House Speaker Nancy Pelosi , Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. and "Sen. blumen jew", who prosecutors identified as Blumenthal. The filing notes many examples of his activities, which stretch back for years and include a draft letter to a prominent neo-Nazi leader and a draft email fro...

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  • Massive fire in Bangladesh capital Dhaka kills at least 70, injures dozens
Massive fire in Bangladesh capital Dhaka kills at least 70, injures dozens

Members of a bridal party in a nearby community center were also caught in the fire and many were injured. A fast-moving fire killed at least 78 when it swept through a historic district of Bangladesh's capital Dhaka. In 2016, a court ordered 38 people, including owner Sohel Rana, to face trial for murder for falsely certifying the factory comp...

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  • Alabama woman who joined ISIS can’t return home, Pompeo says
Alabama woman who joined ISIS can’t return home, Pompeo says

The call came shortly after news of Shamima Begum , a British teen who fled home to join Islamic State but now wanted to return to the United Kingdom, was facing having her citizenship stripped. However, Ms Muthana's case is unusual, if not unprecedented, in that she once held a U.S. passport. Shibly said that the administration argues that ...

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  • Bernie Sanders enters race for 2020 presidential campaign
Bernie Sanders enters race for 2020 presidential campaign

The progressive policies Sanders helped popularize in 2016 - Medicare for All , a $15 an hour federal minimum wage, tuition-free college, demands to fight climate change more aggressively and to tax the wealthy at a higher rate - have now been broadly embraced by several other presidential candidates.

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  • Three MPs resign from UK Conservatives to join breakaway Independent Group
Three MPs resign from UK Conservatives to join breakaway Independent Group

Along with Heidi Allen and Sarah Wollaston , Ms Soubry defected on Wednesday, days after a group of MPs left the Labour Party and formed the new Independent Group . But we can not return to the failed business-as-usual politics of the past", Corbyn said on his Twitter page . We no longer feel we can remain in the Party of a Government whos...

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  • 16 states, but not Pennsylvania, sue Trump over emergency wall declaration
16 states, but not Pennsylvania, sue Trump over emergency wall declaration

The states of Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon and Virginia have joined the lawsuit . Trump asked Congress to approve $5.7 billion in funding for the border wall but the final appropriations only included about $1.3 billion, prompting him to ...

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  • President Trump wants California to pay back billions for bullet train
President Trump wants California to pay back billions for bullet train

Trump himself connected the two issues in a tweet Tuesday , "As I predicted, 16 states, led mostly by Open Border Democrats and the Radical Left , have filed a lawsuit in, of course, the 9th Circuit!" It's the latest spat between Trump and California, which has styled itself as the Democratic-led "resistance" to the administration.

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  • Woman Who Joined ISIS Now Says She Wants to Go Home
Woman Who Joined ISIS Now Says She Wants to Go Home

I believe any attempt at helping Begum has to meet her part-way: she has expressed a wish to come home and face the consequences, and this will involve some commitment on her part. "My message to both these brides, and any others like them, is this: You made your ISIS husband beds, now you can rot in hell in them". "But to kill people like women ...

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  • Tuesday Blast of Winter
Tuesday Blast of Winter

A widespread cold rain will continue and, at times, mix with freezing rain or sleet. Get more details on FOX 17 News starting at 4:00 p.m. and on the FOX 17 News and Weather Apps for your mobile devices. The snow is expected to roll in after midnight Tuesday and taper off into Wednesday evening. The NWS advises motorists to plan for slipper...

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  • Isis runaway Shamima Begum stripped of her British citizenship
Isis runaway Shamima Begum stripped of her British citizenship

Shamima Begum , who travelled from her home in east London aged 15 is now in a refugee camp in Syria , where she gave birth to a boy this weekend. Begum ran away with two friends in 2015, when she was 15, and traveled to Syria. In an interview with Sky News , Shamima Begum said "a lot of people should have sympathy" for her as she spoke of...

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  • 'Complete the revolution': Bernie Sanders launches 2020 presidential bid
'Complete the revolution': Bernie Sanders launches 2020 presidential bid

Dickerson also asked Sanders about former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz , who has said he's mulling an independent White House run but might drop it if Democrats choose a moderate, rather than a progressive, to take on Donald Trump . Sanders walloped Clinton in the New Hampshire primary in 2016, a victory that showed that he was more than just a...

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  • Cancellation of Pakistan trip revives debate over Taliban's ability to travel
Cancellation of Pakistan trip revives debate over Taliban's ability to travel

On February 13, Taliban said that a negotiating team of Afghan Taliban will be visiting Islamabad next week to hold another round of negotiations with the officials of the US. The Afghan government argued that the Taliban officials invited to Pakistan are blacklisted by the United Nations and have a travel ban against them.

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  • MBS in Asia: Riyadh to free 2100 Pakistani prisoners, says Islamabad minister
MBS in Asia: Riyadh to free 2100 Pakistani prisoners, says Islamabad minister

Prince Salman said Saudi "cannot say no to Pakistan, whatever you (Pakistan) want we will do". "We've been a brotherly and friendly country to Pakistan, and we've walked together in tough and good times, and we continue the same thing", Prince Mohammed Bin Salman said, reciprocating Khan's sentiments.

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  • Pakistan Army on 'High Operational Alert' Fearing Retaliation to Pulwama Terror Attack
Pakistan Army on 'High Operational Alert' Fearing Retaliation to Pulwama Terror Attack

As India considers its response to the suicide auto bombing of a paramilitary convoy in the disputed region of Kashmir that killed dozens of soldiers, a retired military commander who oversaw a much-lauded military strike against neighbouring Pakistan in 2016 has urged caution.

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  • College intern on his first day is among IL factory shooting victims
College intern on his first day is among IL factory shooting victims

He was able to buy the Smith and Wesson.40-caliber handgun he used in the attack because an initial background check didn't catch that he had a prior felony conviction in MS, the chief said . She says three of the five Henry Pratt Co.co-workers he killed were in the room with him and the other two were just outside. Friday was his first day of a...

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  • US Senator Threatens Maduro With 'Swift, Severe' Consequences if Guaido Harmed
US Senator Threatens Maduro With 'Swift, Severe' Consequences if Guaido Harmed

Trump has officially recognized him as Venezuela's leader, but Maduro still controls the military and is using it to cling to power. While Trump has refused to rule out a USA military intervention in Venezuela, Congressman Eliot Engel, the Democratic chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said during a congressional hearing last week ...

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  • Theresa May suffers another humiliating Commons defeat
Theresa May suffers another humiliating Commons defeat

Legislation passed past year meaning Britain will leave the European Union on March 29 at 2300 GMT with or without a deal takes precedence over a motion passed by parliament last month ruling out a no-deal Brexit, according to Barclay. The British prime minister is planning to meet European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker this week, and ...

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  • Imran Khan: People of Pakistan would defend Saudi Arabia
Imran Khan: People of Pakistan would defend Saudi Arabia

During his visit, the crown prince will hold meetings with President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa. He will also travel to neighboring India, which is engaged in renewed tensions with Pakistan over a deadly vehicle bomb attack in Kashmir, claimed by Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Moh...

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  • Thousands of Venezuela volunteers begin preparing U.S. aid entry amid blockade
Thousands of Venezuela volunteers begin preparing U.S. aid entry amid blockade

Maduro has been using the military, which remains loyal, to help him block the aid from entering Venezuela, describing it as "crumbs" from a US government whose restrictions have stripped his administration of control over many of its most valuable assets.

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  • Here's why Nigeria's election was postponed
Here's why Nigeria's election was postponed

The commission also confirmed that campaigns would remain closed, for the presidential election. The presidential and parliamentary polls will now be held on 23 February. So why was voting postponed? Governorship and state assembly elections will be pushed back to March 9, Mr Yakubu said. The president had cooperated fully with the commissio...

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  • Trump supporter attacks BBC cameraman at rally
Trump supporter attacks BBC cameraman at rally

Around the time Trumptold the crowdthat a wall at the southern USA border would cut down on violent crime in the US, cameraman Ron Skeans was violently shoved by a Trump supporter wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat. Trump supporters surrounding the alleged attacker can be heard loudly booing the apparent attacker and chanting, "Get him ou...

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