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After a poor start to the season, Chelsea have recovered well over the last few weeks to remain within touching distance of the high flying Manchester clubs after six league games. Some others are struggling to see beyond relegation being the overall result for the South Londoners this season and with four points already separating themselves and safety it is easy to see why.
  • Singer Marc Anthony to Trump: 'Shut the F**k Up About NFL'

    Singer Marc Anthony to Trump: 'Shut the F**k Up About NFL'

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    The White House defended its response to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico on Tuesday, with FEMA Administrator Brock Long saying there are more than a dozen ships in the area and the agency has put in place millions of meals and gallons of fresh water as it continues to improve conditions on the ground.
  • Greenblatt Condemns Hamas for Praising Terror Attack

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    Dozens of Israelis have been killed in a wave of Palestinian stabbings, shootings and auto ramming attacks that broke out two years ago, but this latest assault interrupted several weeks of relative calm. "Three - all work permits for members of the terrorist's extended family are hereby revoked", Netanyahu stated. He added that before there could negotiations, the world must demand the Palestinian Authority to cease inciting violence.
  • KRG vote heightens tensions in Iraq, neighboring countries

    KRG vote heightens tensions in Iraq, neighboring countries

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    On Monday, large numbers of people took part in the vote on independence for Iraq's Kurdistan region amid growing opposition both at home and overseas. The referendum passed off peacefully across the three provinces that make up the region, and in areas controlled by Kurdish forces but claimed by Baghdad .
  • North Korea says Trump has 'declared war' on his country

    North Korea says Trump has 'declared war' on his country

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    The foreign minister added that such "countermeasures" included "shoot [ing] down United States strategic bombers, even when not inside the airspace border of our country". "For the past few days, the United Nations and the worldwide community earnestly wished that the North Korea-U.S. war of words would not lead to action", Ri said.
  • North Korea can shoot USA bombers in worldwide airspace, FM says

    North Korea can shoot USA bombers in worldwide airspace, FM says

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    He told reporters in NY today: "The whole world should clearly remember it was the U.S. who first declared war on our country". Over the last week, Donald Trump called the North Korean leader a "rocket man" at the United Nations before the North's foreign minister said his comments were a declaration of war .
  • Acting DEA chief plans to resign next month

    Acting DEA chief plans to resign next month

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    His departure is not completely surprising; President Trump was always expected to nominate someone of his own choosing to lead the nation's premier agency on narcotics enforcement. The DEA head also made clear to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that he did not want to become the permanent head of the DEA in July. The Justice Department is in the process of selecting a replacement for Rosenberg.
  • Macron sets out ambitious blueprint for European Union reform including a joint budget

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    Macron has spoken twice with Merkel since Sunday, as well as other European leaders and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, as he fleshes out a speech likely to be closely watched across the continent. "Europe needs courage. Thank you for your support for the work of the European Union institutions", Juncker, the head of the EU's executive arm, said on Twitter.
  • USA denies declaring war against North Korea

    USA denies declaring war against North Korea

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    The Trump administration, referring to the tweet, stressed that the U.S.is not seeking to overthrow North Korea's government. "If we get into a war it's because of misperception", said Robert Kelly, professor of political science at Pusan National University.
  • North Korea: Mystery quake 'not nuclear test'

    North Korea: Mystery quake 'not nuclear test'

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    All of North Korea's previous six nuclear tests registered as earthquakes of magnitude 4.3 or above. Imports of textiles from North Korea would also be banned immediately, the statement said. A magnitude 3.4 quake in North Korea has sent analysts scrambling to determine if it was the result of another nuclear test or a natural event. The quake comes after days of increasingly bellicose rhetoric between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's regime over Pyongyang's ...
  • The Trump administration just cranked up pressure on North Korea

    The Trump administration just cranked up pressure on North Korea

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    Twitter indicated today that it's making an exception for him-that Trump is allowed to violate the terms of service without outcome and that the company will not take action against his account. So instead of banning Trump , Twitter says it will be updating its public-facing rules to reflect the fact that newsworthy statements-even if they threaten violence-will have a home on the platform.