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Trump to discuss fatal Syria attack with military leadership

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President Donald Trump on Sunday condemned a "mindless CHEMICAL attack" in Syria that killed women and children, called Syrian President Bashar Assad an "animal" and said there would be a "big price to pay" for resorting to outlawed weapons of mass destruction.
Hours later, Syria's state-run news agency reported a missile attack early Monday at an air base in Syria's Homs province and labeled it a "likely" U.S. aggression. However, a Pentagon spokesman quickly denied the U.S. was behind the...
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US official says North Korean leader ready to discuss nukes

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Washington, Apr 09 (AP)) - North Korea's government has communicated with the United States to say that leader Kim Jong Un is ready to discuss his nuclear weapons program with President Donald Trump, officials said Sunday, increasing the likelihood that the unprecedented summit will actually...
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Nearly 50 Indonesians dead in April from bootleg liquor

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Jakarta, Apr 9 (AP)-- Nearly 50 people have died in a little more than a week after drinking bootleg liquor in western Indonesia, including Jakarta, the capital, officials said Monday.
In the latest incident, 17 people died between Thursday and early Monday in Cicalengka subdistrict near the West...
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Violence claims more lives in Syrian capital and suburbs

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Syrian government forces pressed their offensive against the last rebel-held town in eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus under the cover of airstrikes as shelling of civilian areas on both sides claimed more lives, state media and opposition activists said.
Syrian government forces resumed...
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Saudi crown prince visits France, seeks strategic partner

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Paris, Apr 8 (AP) - The crown prince of Saudi Arabia is making his first official visit to France, which is hoping to profit from his shake-up of the conservative kingdom.
No big weapons contracts are expected to be signed during the visit of Mohammed bin Salman, but a "strategic partnership" is...
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