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During her visit, Yousafzai also met with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. So it wasn't until she'd been gone six years that Yousafzai made it back to Pakistan. Malala is widely respected internationally, but opinion is divided in Pakistan, where some conservatives view her as a Western agent on a mission to shame her country.
  • March 30-April 1, 2018: READY PLAYER ONE, ACRIMONY, BLACK PANTHER, & More

    March 30-April 1, 2018: READY PLAYER ONE, ACRIMONY, BLACK PANTHER, & More

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    That's a solid, if not spectacular start for a film that reportedly cost between $150 million and $175 million to produce, and it marks the second-best opening of the year, behind Black Panther . The effects-laden picture took in $41.2 million in US and Canadian cinemas over the extended Easter weekend, researcher ComScore Inc. estimated Sunday in an email, easily topping last weekend's leader, " Pacific Rim Uprising ", which collected $9.2 million in ticket sales and fell to fifth place.
  • Trump Family Arrives At Church For Easter Service

    Trump Family Arrives At Church For Easter Service

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    Melania Trump has joined husband, US President Donald Trump , at an Easter service in Palm Beach, Florida . Trump ended the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program previous year, though a federal judge has ordered the administration to continue renewing permits.
  • Police Vehicle Hits Protester In Sacramento

    Police Vehicle Hits Protester In Sacramento

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    About eight seconds before the collision, a deputy inside the sheriff's SUV could be heard on a loudspeaker repeatedly telling protesters to "back away from my auto". It took him three to 10 minutes to bleed to death. Police waited about five minutes before rendering medical aid. "Say his name, Stephon Clark ", attendees shouted.
  • Al-Shabaab kills two district officials in Mogadishu hours after AU attack

    Al-Shabaab kills two district officials in Mogadishu hours after AU attack

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    Heavily-armed Al-Shabaab militants attacked an African Union military camp outside Mogadishu on Sunday, killing four Ugandan peacekeepers, their army said.Local sources said a massive blast was heard in the Bulomarer district, around 150 kilometres south of Mogadishu , and fighting broke out after dozens of heavily armed Shabaab militants stormed the base."The heavy blast struck the base before fighting broke out".
  • Cambridge Analytica data on Colorado voters is still circulating, report finds

    Cambridge Analytica data on Colorado voters is still circulating, report finds

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    This was a breach of trust, and I'm sorry we didn't do more at the time. Cambridge Analytica is under investigation in both the U.S. and the United Kingdom over allegations that it harvested the data of 50 million Facebook users without authorisation, and reports that it sought to influence the results of the 2016 British referendum on European Union membership and the USA presidential election.
  • Preliminary results reveal Alvarado's lead in Costa Rican presidential vote

    Preliminary results reveal Alvarado's lead in Costa Rican presidential vote

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    Voters gave a resounding no to an upstart evangelical pastor who rose to political prominence by campaigning against same-sex marriage, allowing Costa Rica's governing party to win an easy presidential victory. His rival, Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz, a 43-year-old former TV journalist known for religious dance songs, quickly conceded, sinking to his knees, arms raised, in front of supporters, some of them crying.
  • Russian Federation escalates row in spy case

    Russian Federation escalates row in spy case

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    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Russia's response to the US expelling 60 alleged Russian intelligence officers earlier this week "was not unanticipated, and the United States will deal with it". "Russia should not be acting like a victim", U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said. According to the news agency, envoys of 15 European countries, including Italy , Poland , Netherlands, Albania , Romania , Ukraine , Czech Republic , Belgium, Latvia ...
  • Declan Donnelly hits the gym ahead of solo Saturday Night Takeaway appearance

    Declan Donnelly hits the gym ahead of solo Saturday Night Takeaway appearance

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    Speaking to The Sun , the source claimed: "Lisa has told close pals that she thinks Ant is lost without without her and that the toxic people around him turned against her". They told The Sun newspaper: "Obviously it means Ant will still be on the show in some form". Nevertheless, after much deliberation, ITV bosses have made a decision to take a risk and air a scripted sketch performed by McPartlin on this weekend's show.
  • Voting underway in Sierra Leone run-off

    Voting underway in Sierra Leone run-off

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    Opposition challenger Julius Maada Bio of the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) had a narrow edge over Samura Kamara of the ruling All Peoples' Congress (APC), in a ballot with a turnout of more than 80 percent. Opposition leader Maada Bio led with 43.3 percent in the first round of the vote with runner-up Samura Kamara taking 42.7 percent. But the generally peaceful nature of the election, and the fact that Koroma is stepping down while other African presidents seek to extend their ...
  • E-way bill rollout smooth, says govt

    E-way bill rollout smooth, says govt

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    The e-way bill, at present, applies to inter-state transportation of goods worth over?50,000 through road, railways, airways and vessels. The system is prepared to handle around 75 lakh e-way bills daily, Kumar had said earlier in an interview, as against the earlier capacity of around 26 lakh e way bills daily.