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I'm just wondering whether it's the type of environment where someone who is a leader in the way he does it for England would fit into that mould in a Lions situation. "There is depth all the way through". "He's got some weaknesses but when I look at it from a Welsh perspective, he's the one player who causes us so many problems when we play England because of his footwork and pace".
  • Florida state senator to publicly apologize ... 9:57 am Wednesday

    Florida state senator to publicly apologize ... 9:57 am Wednesday

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    Gibson then complained to Sen. Artiles told them Negron had risen to power because "six n--" in the Republican caucus elected him. The former Florida governor and current U.S. "I stand up before all of you, every one of you, and with great humility, I ask for your forgiveness", he said. Sadly, Sen. Frank Artiles did not take this code to heart.
  • Trump, Duterte may meet in PH in November

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    In a phone call in December a year ago, President Duterte invited then President-elect Trump to the ASEAN Summit. "Many delegates will come", said Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) spokesman Robespierre Bolivar in a press briefing. The US is one of the dialogue partners of ASEAN along with China, India, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Australia and South Korea. The visit of the two leaders coincides with the 30th ASEAN Summit and Related Meetings to be held from April 26 to 29.
  • French candidates boost security ahead of tense vote

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    A hologram of French Left party leader and candidate for the 2017 French presidential election Jean-Luc Melenchon speaks to supporters who gathered in Grenoble, southeastern France, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Then - assuming none of those candidates get over 50% of the vote (they won't) - the top two candidates will go on to face each other in phase two; a run-off set for May 7.
  • Attack suspect denied residency in Sweden

    Attack suspect denied residency in Sweden

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    The suspect behind the Stockholm truck attack had been facing deportation and had extremist sympathies, Swedish police say. "We know that he showed interest for extremist organizations like IS", police chief Jonas Hysing told reporters , referring to the Islamic State group.
  • Isis attacks police guard at ancient Sinai monastery

    Isis attacks police guard at ancient Sinai monastery

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    The Egyptian Ministry of Interior announced that the militant who attacked the checkpoint was killed in a police shooting. The incident comes just over one week after the Takfiri terrorist group claimed responsibility for two deadly bombings on Christian churches in the country.
  • North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

    North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

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    North Korea put on a huge military spectacle on Saturday to celebrate its founder's birthday, parading its series of new and technologically advanced missiles in front of Kim Jong Un, and in a defiant show of force in front of the world. "Our toughest counteraction against the USA and its vassal forces will be taken in such a merciless manner as not to allow the aggressors to survive", the military statement said, according to the North's state-sponsored KCNA news agency.
  • 'Mother of all bombs' killed 94 ISIS fighters, Afghan officials say

    'Mother of all bombs' killed 94 ISIS fighters, Afghan officials say

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    The GBU-43B massive ordnance air blast (MOAB), which contains 11 tonnes of explosives, was used for the first time to destroy Isis caves and ammunition caches. The US dropped the bomb in order to curb the rising threat of ISIS-K in Afghanistan. The MOAB is the largest nonnuclear bomb in the United States s arsenal but Russia's has even a bigger one.
  • US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

    US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

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    Hillary Clinton failed in her bid to become United States president in 2016 because middle and working class Americans did not believe she was on their side, according to Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren. Palin, a half-term governor who was John McCain's vice presidential nominee in 2008, infamously gave up her job in 2009 to focus on becoming a reality TV host.
  • Jakarta votes for governor after divisive campaign

    Jakarta votes for governor after divisive campaign

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    The election is seen by some analysts as a test of secular democracy in the world's most populous predominantly Muslim country. Police said 15 people were detained following reports of disturbances at several polling stations in the city of 10 million people, after what the Jakarta Post this week dubbed "the dirtiest, most polarizing and most divisive" election campaign the nation had ever seen.
  • North Korea warns Trump: 'We're ready to launch nuclear strike'

    North Korea warns Trump: 'We're ready to launch nuclear strike'

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    As NPR's Merrit Kennedy reported earlier this week, the regime said it would "hold the usa wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions". Trump has also been pressing China to do more to rein in North Korea, and has held out the offer of better trade terms for halting Pyongyang's nuclear program.
  • Malcolm Mitchell: 'Almost brought me to tears' to be mentioned by president

    Malcolm Mitchell: 'Almost brought me to tears' to be mentioned by president

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    I'd rather you not. Trump, who is on favorable terms with coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft, was unable to see another one of his friends on Wednesday. President Donald Trump welcomed the Patriots to the White House and gave a brief speech honoring the team for its Super Bowl victory. "You pulled off the greatest Super Bowl comeback of all time ", Trump said.