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Israeli fire kills Palestinian at Gaza border, with more protests ahead

He reiterated that the border is a red line. "Of course we will continue our struggle and consider all our legal options until every last asylum-seeker gets the status they deserve", said Dror Sadot, a spokeswoman for the group. "I saw the suffering of the Israelis living there and we said that we have to remove the problem". Significantly smaller scale confrontations continued through the week, resulting in numerous incidents on land and extending to the sea.

Trump denies knowing about payment to Stormy Daniels

Nearly immediately after the president's statements were reported, Daniels' attorney challenged him to make them under oath. "Michael's my attorney and you'll have to ask Michael", Trump responded. Michael is my attorney. During a press briefing aboard Air Force One today , April 5, he told reporters that he didn't know about the "hush agreement" or where the money (paid for by his personal lawyer Michael Cohen ) came from.

China Strikes Back at the US With Plans for Its Own Tariffs

The Chinese government added that the exact date of the introduction of Beijing's trade measures will depend on when USA authorities announce the introduction of their duties on Chinese goods. The announcement triggered further heavy selling in global stock markets and commodities, with United States stock futures sliding 1.5%, soybean futures plunging 3.7% and the dollar briefly extending early losses.

Space lab mostly burned up over S. Pacific: China

The station's fiery reentry was close to where scientists would have tried to direct it if they'd had any control over the spacecraft's return. However, the exact spot where the torched remains landed remains unknown at this point. Let's hope that's the case with the next piece of space debris that rains down; there are over 21,000 objects larger than 4 inches big being tracked by the Department of Defense's U.S.

Seattle among 6 cities suing Trump administration over census citizenship question

The resultant population undercount would jeopardize the Census Bureau's ability to determine how many people are in each state, threatening states' fair representation in Congress and the Electoral College. The 54-page complaint filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of ny was brought by 16 other states, Washington, D.C., six cities and the bipartisan United States Conference of Mayors .

Prince Philip Hospitalized, Will Undergo Hip Surgery

Queen Elizabeth IIs husband Prince Philip , was today admitted to a London hospital for a planned hip surgery, Buckingham Palace said. The Duke stepped down from his public duties last summer, but occasionly does still attend events with the Queen.

Parkland students receive clear backpacks as part of enhanced security

Delaney Tarr, a student activist at the school, spent much of her Monday evening - and some of her early Tuesday morning - decorating her school-issued bag with pins and paint, and also tampons. Cameron Kasky, one of the founders of March for Our Lives , felt the clear backpack rule was a "step in the wrong direction", but urged students to keep moving forward in their fight for tighter gun control.

Putin, Erdogan launch construction of Turkey's nuclear plant

Intensifying affronts in Syria's Afrin, Ghouta and Idlib regions have made room for Turkish President Erdogan's Operation Olive Branch to take effect and target militant Kurds (YPP), much to the dismay of the YPP-dependent United States, which is also ready to sanction Turkey if it accepts a delivery of Russian S-400 missiles.

Lawyer Gets Prison in First Sentence Handed Down in Mueller Probe

His lawyer argued van der Zwann deserved leniency for eventually coming clean about the wrongdoing - but U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson was unmoved. Prosecutors have alleged that Manafort and Gates used an offshore account to secretly pay $4 million for the report . The judge added that she was disappointed he did not write a letter to the court on his own behalf to express remorse, and said it would not deter others if she merely let him "write a check and walk away".

Paxton roughed up, Cleveland tops Seattle

The Indians doubled their lead when designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion led off the fourth inning with a solo home run. Cruz twisted his ankle Saturday after a two-run home run when he was heading from the dugout to the batting cage and he slipped on the bottom step.

Speedometer 'pinned' at 90 in California cliff plunge that killed adopted children

A spokesman says the data shows the vehicle was stopped at a flat pull-off area before it sped off the steep rocky face. Known as the Hart Tribe, the multiracial family of two married women - Sarah and Jennifer Hart - and six adopted children took spontaneous road trips to camp and hike and traveled to festivals and other events, offering hugs and promoting unity.

Declan Donnelly Gets Standing Ovation After Presenting 'Saturday Night Takeaway' Alone

Ant, meanwhile, has entered rehab after being charged with drink driving following a vehicle crash in London earlier in the month. Ricky is good pals with Ant and Dec , whom he credits for the Kaiser Chiefs big break during an appearance on Saturday Night Takeaway 14 years ago.

Elon Musk's Falcon 9's nose crashes, yet deployed 10 satellites successfully

However, it is attempting to recover part of the fairing, which is the nose cone on the top of the rocket that protects the satellites on their way into space. However, a problem has encountered the parafoil on the fairing twisted and the object impacted the water at high speed. The video window embedded above will spring to life shortly before the launch and feature commentary from SpaceX while the launch takes place.

New Directive Allows ICE Officers to Arrest Pregnant Illegal Immigrants

The Hill reports that the Trump administration will be overturning a previous policy that excused pregnant women from immigration detention. "This new ICE policy memo confirms our fears that the government is continuing its barbaric policy of detaining pregnant women despite substantial evidence that detention of this particularly vulnerable population has been linked to serious health implications to the mother and unborn child and also constitutes a significant barrier to receiving ...

Odds on White Easter with widespread alerts in force for snow disruption

In the Black Country and Staffordshire temperatures plunged to as low as minus 12.5°C (9°F), and the snow caused Easter events across the county to be cancelled. Tuesday, there is a 30 percent chance of showers with a high near 55, the weather service said. Snow showers are possible to continue through Saturday morning.

French police seek driver who tried to run down soldiers in Alps

A spokesman for the army's land regiments in the region said soldiers had told police the driver had shouted abuse in Arabic as he first passed them. No one was injured in the attempted attack, said the same source, adding that the police is looking for the assailant who is on the run. An investigation has been opened, said teh same source.

Malala returns to Pakistan for first time since assassination attempt

She said she "did not realise how lovely Swat was" until she moved to the UK. "I don't normally cry", she continued. Marvi Memon, a senior leader of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League party, also welcomed Malala , saying it was a pleasant surprise for her to see Malala back home.

WH: No Talk of Pardons for Flynn or Manafort in Russia Probe

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders referred to Cobb's statement when asked about the Times' report at a briefing Wednesday, later adding that pardons are "not currently" under consideration. The Times says Dowd discussed his pardon idea with other members of the president's legal team, though its unknown whether he talked about it with Trump himself.

Kenyan opposition figure tweets from airport toilet, says he's being detained

Miguna was deported to Canada last month in a crackdown on politicians who attended the mock inauguration of opposition leader Raila Odinga to protest President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election. Odinga had argued that Kenyatta lacked legitimacy because his initial August 8 re-election victory was nullified by the Supreme Court over "irregularities and illegalities".

Forty-one children among dead in Russian mall fire

The Kemerovo region has observed three days of mourning starting March 27 for the victims of a shopping mall fire. Crowds chanted "Resign", "The truth!" and "Shame!" to drown out officials' remarks. Another detained suspect - a guard from a private security firm - will be charged shortly, Russia's Investigative Committee says . That may have accounted for the large number of young victims.

S.Korea earns exemption from USA heavy tariffs on steel imports

In return, South Korea said it would improve access for U.S. automakers under the bilateral free trade deal known as Korus, the country's trade ministry said. But South Korea's steel tariff exemption is subject to a quota of about 2.7 million tons of steel products a year, about 74 percent of its exports in 2017.

Chinese space station to crash to Earth at Easter Sunday

In 1979, first United States space station, the 74-ton Skylab, fell to Earth and the same year there were two more instances where a Skylab station fell on Earth causing no harm to human life, CNN reported. The experts are yet unaware of the exact location where the Tiangong-1 might crash since the spacecraft is moving at a speed of 27,000 kilometers per hour.

No State Charges Filed In Alton Sterling Shooting Death

The two police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling in July 2016 in Baton Rouge will not be charged with any crime, the Louisiana attorney general announced on Tuesday. After not complying, one officer tackled Sterling to the ground, while another pointed a gun at Sterling's head. As a convicted felon, Sterling could not legally carry a gun.

Israeli Bulldozers Raze Lands in Southern Gaza

Notably, the military drills come only days before a planned Friday rally during which Gazan demonstrators plan to converge en masse on the strip's roughly 45-kilometer-long eastern border with Israel. Commenting on Tuesday's incident, MK Haim Yellin (Yesh Atid) said that the incident was "a serious breach of security". "Hamas must understand such conduct will only make its situation worse".

Egg-citing Events You MUST Attend This Easter In Perth

All of the proceeds will go to the turtle rescue at the Gulf World Marine Institute. In Parkersburg, the 2018 Spring Easter Celebration will be 6 p.m. "Every property is different, and how much or little they could be affected by snow will be different, so the best advice is to check the local property page for their updates at the time".

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expels Russian diplomats in response to United Kingdom attack

Stoltenberg says "we will continue to work for meaningful dialogue" with Russian Federation but the measure announced Tuesday "send a very clear message to Russian Federation that it has costs". "Rest assured, we will respond". Moscow has fiercely denied any involvement in his attempted murder, instead pointing the finger at London. This has been done so far by several other European countries that are not members of the EU: Ukraine (13), Norway (one), Albania (two) and Macedonia (one).

Trump considers expelling some Russian diplomats over poison attack

Russian President Vladimir Putin described the accusations as "delirium" on Sunday, in comments after winning another six years as president. The diplomats in question are considered undercover spies who disguise as embassy staff to carry out intelligence activity, one of the aides cited by Bloomberg said.

John Dowd Resigns as President Trump's Top Lawyer in Special Counsel Probe

In Dowd's place, the president will work principally with Jay Sekulow and Joseph diGenova, both of them right-wing partisans. "We will continue our ongoing representation of the president and our cooperation with the office of special counsel".

Carles Puigdemont, Catalan Ex-Leader, Is Detained by German Police

In Barcelona on the streets are thousands of people with Catalan flags. Catalonia's deposed leader Carles Puigdemont: "I will not throw in the towel". -By Joseph Wilson in Barcelona. If a new president is not elected by May 22 , new elections will have to take place. Ponsati was a minister in the Catalan government when it declared independence from the rest of Spain following a referendum in October.

WeTransfer backs gun violence protest with ad space donation

A little over a month after a school shooting killed 17 people at the Parkland high school, hopeful locals gathered on Saturday to demand change. Across the country, more than 800 marches have been scheduled for Saturday. Another March For Our Lives event is planned to take place from 10 a.m.to noon in Park City. Survivors of other mass shootings are participating in what is expected to be one of the largest gatherings here.