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Russia demands compensation for US steel tariffs

Moscow has joined other nations in seeking rebates from Washington via the World Trade Organization.

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Trump: He'll sanction Russia 'as soon as they very much deserve it'

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that nobody has been tougher on Russia than him and that he’ll hit Moscow with new sanctions “as soon as they very much deserve it.”        

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ISIS executes Donald Trump as Seattle burns in latest chilling propaganda warning to the West

ISIS terror chiefs now have US city Seattle in their sights – and have vowed to have Donald Trump quaking in fear. They have released a poster via their media channels showing the West coast city – home to Boeing – in flames. Trump – dressed in ca

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France's CGT urges broader anti-Macron protests, other unions keep their distance

PARIS (Reuters) - France's far-left CGT labor union sought to broaden resistance to hard-hitting economic reforms on Thursday, urging employees across the public sector to join striking railway workers in their showdown with President Emmanuel Macron.

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Myanmar minister says conditions in Rohingya refugee camps 'very poor'

YANGON (Reuters) - A Myanmar minister expressed concerns on Thursday about "very poor conditions" in Rohingya refugee camps in neighboring Bangladesh, and said repatriation of the Muslim minority should start as soon as possible due to the coming monsoon

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Charles Darwin Quotes, Facts: Celebrating 'Father Of Evolution' On 136th Death Anniversary

Charles Darwin, British biologist and the author of “The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,” who was also known as the “father of evolution,” died April 19, 136 years ago, but his unparalleled contributions in the scientific world li

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The best cold brew coffee makers you can buy

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The Insider Pick: A top-quality cold brew coffee maker produces a large quantity

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Sony is teaming up with a US university to make robots that cook

The initial research and development will look into optimizing food preparation, cooking and delivery.

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Turkey's ruling party taunts opposition over early election

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's ruling AK Party taunted the main opposition party on Thursday to name a candidate to challenge Tayyip Erdogan for June elections which are expected to tighten the president's 15-year hold on power.

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India’s rape crisis deepens as bodies found of girl, 11, sexually assaulted with 80 wounds and another abducted from wedding

TWO young girls who were found dead after being sexually assaulted in India has captured the horrific extent of the country’s worsening rape crisis. An 11-year-old girl was found lying face down in a cricket pitch in the city of Surat after she had

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Apple, Nvidia shares fall after a key Asian chip partner gives weak guidance

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing gave disappointing sales guidance due to the weak smartphone market.

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Procter & Gamble is buying German Merck's consumer health unit for $4.2 billion (PG)

Thomson Reuters (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co (P&G) has agreed to acquire Merck KGaA's consumer health unit for 3.4 billion euros ($4.2 billion), giving it vitamin brands such as Seven Seas and greater exposure to Latin American and As

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Britain's lower house to debate EU customs union membership

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's lower house of parliament will debate staying in a customs union with the European Union next week, stepping up pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May to change her Brexit blueprint.

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German national linked to 9/11 'arrested' by Kurds in Syria

Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German national, is accused of being involved in planning the 9/11 attacks.

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Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education

Free meals programme has fed nearly seven million pupils in about 40,000 schools and changed the nature of education.

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First Saudi Movie Theater in Decades Opens With 'Black Panther'

Saudi Arabia opens its first new cinema in 35 years this week, ushering in a historic change in a country where movie theaters were until recently widely seen as immoral and un-Islamic.

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An Oil Deal Between Saudi and Russia Worked. Now What?

Officials from the two countries will meet this weekend, not only to review compliance among the 24 oil producers who agreed 18 months ago to cut output, but also to discuss their intentions for the future of the pact.

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G-20 countries ‘weak’ in tackling tax havens, international corruption watchdog says

International watchdog warns G20 countries that they are 'weak' and falling short in tackling tax havens

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How British imperial policies led to the Windrush scandal

Is it really that surprising that the UK government is mistreating the descendants of Caribbeans invited as labourers?

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Nepal honors 1st conquest of Everest without bottled oxygen

Nepal's government has honored two climbers who were the first to scale Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen 40 years ago.

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Mohammed Zammar: German jihadist 'detained by Syrian Kurds'

Mohammed Zammar, who was linked to the 9/11 attackers, is reportedly being held in northern Syria.

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Rape as a political tool in India

The brutal rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl from a Muslim minority group is not just about gender violence.

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Southwest Airlines hero pilot reveals her grief over death of mum sucked out of window

THE heroic pilot who guided a Southwest Airlines jet to safety “our hearts are heavy” that one of her passengers died when the engine exploded mid-air. Tammie Jo Shults, 56, was hailed an American hero after successfully landing the Boeing 737

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Chemical attacks on Iran: When the US looked the other way

Iran denounces 'hypocrisy' of US air strikes as experts urge Tehran to press Syria to stop future chemical attacks.

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Iceland Takes Hard Look at Tech Boom Sparked by Its Cheap, Bountiful Power

Lawmakers worry a proliferation of data centers lured by Iceland’s Nordic climate and the geothermal steam is threatening the environment and tourism

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Russia says video of boy being doused in water after Syria chemical attack was ‘fake news’

Distressing footage showed an 11-year-old boy being doused in water after the alleged chemical attack in Douma on April 7.

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Comey says US presidents — including Trump — are too busy to 'screw up' their relationship with Australia

President Donald Trump, like all US presidents, doesn't have the ability to destroy the country's relationship with Australia, former FBI Director James Comey said. The relationship would be hard to "screw up" because presidents simply don't have "enough

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