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People Skripal Poison Could Have Been Produced in US, UK, France - EU Researcher
Author: 0 Skripal Poison Could Have Been Produced in US, UK, France - EU Researcher

A bitter political row broke out after Jeremy Corbyn accused Boris Johnson of exaggerating the evidence that Moscow was responsible for the Salisbury poisoning. Her whereabouts, along with her father who reportedly remains in a critical condition, are still unknown, and the British government continues to deny Russian Federation access to them.

People Prince Philip in 'good spirits' after successful hip operation
Author: 0 Prince Philip in 'good spirits' after successful hip operation

There maybe be some concern for the duke given his age, but Scarlett McNally, an orthopaedic surgeon and council member of the Royal College of Surgeons, said: "Any operation and any anaesthetic carries some risk". Some media reports in the United Kingdom indicated that the timing of Prince Philip's hip replacement surgery was in preparation for the activities that will be involved in the royal wedding ceremony.

People Florida Republicans call for Trump's EPA chief to resign
Author: 0 Florida Republicans call for Trump's EPA chief to resign

EPA administrator Scott Pruitt announced there will be revisions to vehicle fuel emissions standards Tuesday, a day after the Trump administration announced its intentions to roll back signature Obama-era greenhouse gas and fuel emissions standards for cars and light trucks .

People Putin,Erdogan launch construction of Turkey first nuclear power plant
Author: 0 Putin,Erdogan launch construction of Turkey first nuclear power plant

The talks will focus on the war in Syria . This is even though Russian Federation is one of the main allies of Assad while Turkey backs the rebels trying to unseat him. For his part, Putin said Russian Federation was a leading country in the nuclear energy sector. The pair shook hands as they met in Ankara and then spoke to workers at the $20billion Akkuyu power station, which is being built by Russian Federation, via video link.

People Railway Strikes Aim to Bring Macron's Reforms to a Halt
Author: 0 Railway Strikes Aim to Bring Macron's Reforms to a Halt

The strikes of 1995 paralyzed France and forced prime minister Alain Juppe to pull the reforms - a defeat which ultimately prompted Juppe to quit. On 22 March, tens of thousands of teachers, nurses and other workers joined rail staff on strike - a sign of widespread opposition to Mr Macron's plans for state sector liberalisation.

People India's manufacturing sector expansion slows in March: PMI
Author: 0 India's manufacturing sector expansion slows in March: PMI

China's manufacturing activity grew at its slowest pace in four months in March as weaker-than-expected demand discouraged companies from production or restocking, a Caixin survey showed Monday. "Companies cited rising demand at home and overseas plus recent government policy announcements as helping shore up confidence in terms of their future production levels".

People Forecasters: Strong storms possible in Deep South
Author: 0 Forecasters: Strong storms possible in Deep South

Wind damage, heavy rain, and possible tornadoes could accompany the waves of storms. Much of the day Tuesday will be warm and windy with south winds at 20 to 25 miles per hour and gusting along with high temperatures in the mid to upper seventies.

People Trump congratulates Egypt's Sisi in call, affirms strategic partnership
Author: 0 Trump congratulates Egypt's Sisi in call, affirms strategic partnership

President Donald Trump expressed his "sincere congratulations" and said the United States was keen on strengthening strategic relations, according to Egyptian state news agency MENA. "The election was an epic of love dedicated to Egypt", said head of the election commission, Lasheen Ibrahim. Sisi, the then army chief , overthrew Islamist president Mohammed Morsi in 2013 following mass protests against his rule.

People Migrants in Israel to resettle in Germany, Italy, Canada: Netanyahu
Author: 0 Migrants in Israel to resettle in Germany, Italy, Canada: Netanyahu

Reports say the plan for forced expulsions was abandoned and the deal with the United Nations agreed because Rwanda and Uganda objected to the deportation of asylum seekers against their will. "The agreement stipulates that for each migrant who leaves the country, we commit to give temporary residence status to another", Netanyahu himself said in a televised address.

People Amazon shares fall 6pct on Trump attack
Author: 0 Amazon shares fall 6pct on Trump attack

In general, traders ca boost the responsiveness of a moving average by decreasing the period and smooth out movements by increasing the period. The final reading of U.S. During the same period in the prior year, the company earned $1.54 earnings per share. In the United Kingdom, NI is known as profit attributable to shareholders.

People United Nations blacklists dozens of ships, businesses over NK smuggling
Author: 0 United Nations blacklists dozens of ships, businesses over NK smuggling

The measures were proposed by the U.S. last month as part of a crackdown on the maritime smuggling of North Korean commodities such as oil and coal. The 12 non-North Korea ships are now subjected to a global port ban and must be deregistered, while the 15 North Korean ships are subjected to an asset freeze and 13 of those a global port ban.

People Boy who fell into sewer pipe found alive
Author: 0 Boy who fell into sewer pipe found alive

The incident was reported at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday by a bystander, LAFD spokeswoman Margaret Stewart said , prompting a search that began at 5254 W. Fire Department spokesman David Ortiz said rescuers couldn't enter the drainage area themselves because of the hazardous environment. "They wanted to bring Jesse back to his family".

People Police Officer Fired Over Alton Sterling Fatal Shooting
Author: 0 Police Officer Fired Over Alton Sterling Fatal Shooting

Blane Salamoni shot Alton Sterling , 37, six times during a struggle outside a convenience store he where was selling homemade CDs in July 2016. On July 5, 2016, Salamoni and Lake responded to a 911 call claiming that Sterling drew a 9 mm handgun.

People Lagos Govt closes roads for Buhari's visit, Thursday
Author: 0 Lagos Govt closes roads for Buhari's visit, Thursday

Buhari will also be commissioning the Ikeja bus terminal. He said that Mr Buhari would be in Lagos on a two-day official visit on Thursday, March 29 and Friday, March 30. "The temporary road closure and diversions would be within Ikeja, Maryland, Agege Motor Road, Victoria Island and Ikoyi axis". "And we told them that we are not interested in disrupting the presidential visit, our protest is not going to take place in Ikeja, and that there is no need for any alarm".

People Malala Yousafzai returns to hometown in Pakistan
Author: 0 Malala Yousafzai returns to hometown in Pakistan

On Saturday, Yousafzai flew by helicopter to visit her childhood home in Swat Valley amid heavy security. "My initial plan was that I would continue my education, I would continue speaking out for the girls who can not go to school. Since her attack and recovery, Yousafzai has led the Malala Fund in which she said has invested $6 million for schools and books and uniforms for schoolchildren.

People Can't take West Indies lightly, says Hasan Ali
Author: 0 Can't take West Indies lightly, says Hasan Ali

But the Pakistan Cricket Board has accelerated its efforts to win back the confidence of overseas cricket teams in the last two years. Many cricketers chose to not travel to Pakistan during the PSL as well, which still raises question marks on their ability to host big games.

People Russian Federation tests new ballistic missile
Author: 0 Russian Federation tests new ballistic missile

Sarmat is meant to replace the Soviet-designed Voyevoda, the world's heaviest ICBM that is known as "Satan" in the West. The RS-28 Sarmat is said to be capable of carrying up to 10 or 15 nuclear warheads and flying at supersonic speed. President Putin unveiled a suite of other weapons during his speech, including a supersonic weapon that can not be tracked by anti-missile systems.

People 15 killed, 1400 hurt on Gaza border
Author: 0 15 killed, 1400 hurt on Gaza border

About 30,000 of Palestinians marched towards the border that separates Gaza from Israel. A statement issued by a United Nations spokesman said the Secretary-General is deeply concerned by the reports of the deadly clashes and the he appealed to those concerned to refrain from any act that could lead to further casualties, particularly measures that could place civilians in harm's way.

People Winning Mega Millions ticket worth $521 million sells in New Jersey
Author: 0 Winning Mega Millions ticket worth $521 million sells in New Jersey

The jackpot has not been won in the lottery system in the last two months. The winning numbers drawn on Friday night were 11, 28, 31, 46, and 59 with a "mega Ball" of 1. The victor in that game had the option of being paid out in annual installments over almost 30 years or a one-time, lump-sum payment of $273.9 million.

People South Korea Standing Up to US With Leaders' Summit With Pyongyang
Author: 0 South Korea Standing Up to US With Leaders' Summit With Pyongyang

This is a likely sign that Kim was looking to enlist China's support for his preferred approach to denuclearization, which most likely involves immediate sanctions relief and other rewards in exchange for incremental steps by North Korea. Kim Jong Un traveled using his father's favored private train. Reported by Jieun Kim for RFA's Korean Service. He travelled to Beijing amid tight security aboard a green train used exclusively by the ruling Kim family for many years .

People Hopkinsville police officer shot and killed
Author: 0 Hopkinsville police officer shot and killed

At this time, details of the shooting have not been released. DeCoursey is described as a white male standing at 6'1 and he's thought to be driving a stolen white 1997 Chevy Z71 extended cab pickup with a Harley Davidson sticker on the back window.

People How Trump forced Kim Jong Un out of hiding
Author: 0 How Trump forced Kim Jong Un out of hiding

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that Kim's visit to China "was an unprecedented, historic step in the right direction". "If the South and the USA reacts with kindness, denuclearization could be solved". With that capability in hand, he may now going on a diplomatic offensive, using it as leverage to win aid and security guarantees rather than with an intent of giving it up.

People Who Is Caroline Sunshine? Former Disney Channel Star Joins White House Staff
Author: 0 Who Is Caroline Sunshine? Former Disney Channel Star Joins White House Staff

Sunshine reportedly applied for her internship through the official White House website. The 22-year-old is best known for her role starring opposite Zendaya on " Shake It Off " as European exchange student Tinka Hessenheffer . While attending Claremont McKenna College in California, the former child star was super active in extracurricular social justice programs and completed multiple political internships, including one at the White House.

People Scattered snow and rain showers today
Author: 0 Scattered snow and rain showers today

More rain returns Wednesday night . Temperatures will be below normal today through the weekend with more chances of widespread snow possible Friday evening through Saturday morning. Thursday: A cold front will get closer to the region on Thursday with more clouds increasing through the day. Scattered rain showers are also expected.

People Trump privately proposed military funding for his border wall, report says
Author: 0 Trump privately proposed military funding for his border wall, report says

Departments, however, have limited authority to reprogram funds without congressional approval. Trump raised the funding plan with House Speaker Paul Ryan at a meeting at the White House last Wednesday, according to a person familiar with the discussion who wasn't authorized to speak publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

People Catalan ex-minister surrenders to police in Scotland
Author: 0 Catalan ex-minister surrenders to police in Scotland

European arrest warrants were reissued last Friday for Ponsati and five other secessionist figures who fled Spain, including former President Carles Puigdemont . The case of a former Catalan separatist politician fighting extradition to Spain from Scotland is creating political complications at an awkward time for Edinburgh's pro-independence government.