• LIONS CORNER: Annual Easter Egg Hunt set for Sunday
LIONS CORNER: Annual Easter Egg Hunt set for Sunday

We will have over 4,000 eggs hidden within the park and each egg will have a prize. Activity Director Lisa Beach said the residents also colored eggs, but the verdict is still out as whether they enjoy coloring the eggs more, or eating them.

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  • Malala returns to Pakistan
Malala returns to Pakistan

She reportedly plans to stay for 4 days, but her itinerary is being kept tightly guarded. Last week, on Twitter, Yousafzai, who lives in Britain and is studying at Oxford University , expressed a longing for her homeland. But her activism has continued. "Although I'm just 20, I have seen a lot". "I would say we are honoured to have you back an...

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  • North Korea & South Korea Set Date For Historic Leaders Summit
North Korea & South Korea Set Date For Historic Leaders Summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet with the South Korean president on April 27. In his recent visit to China , Kim reportedly stated North Korea's commitment to denuclearization was the country's "consistent stand", but in fact Pyongyang has always been paying lip-service to the idea of getting rid of nuclear weapons, just to blame ...

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  • USA judge rejects trial demand in Stormy Daniels case
USA judge rejects trial demand in Stormy Daniels case

Daniels said she had unprotected sex with Trump in 2006 and was later threatened for telling her story. Stormy Daniels , whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, had been seeking to invalidate the non-disclosure agreement she signed days before the 2016 presidential election and offered to return the $130,000 she was paid to "set the record stra...

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  • Afghan media hail Tashkent conference an opportunity for bolstering peace efforts
Afghan media hail Tashkent conference an opportunity for bolstering peace efforts

Afghan delegation is led by President Ashraf Ghani. On the sidelines of the conference, Ghani would meet with representatives from some other countries, including Federica Mogherini, EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy.

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  • Paris memorial to be held for policeman who died in Trèbes attack
Paris memorial to be held for policeman who died in Trèbes attack

Beltrame was taken to hospital in a critical condition having been shot and stabbed. On Saturday, police officer Arnaud Beltrame , who was the first to respond to the attack , died from sustained injuries, French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said in a statement.

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  • European Union and Turkey summit produces commitment to keep talking
European Union and Turkey summit produces commitment to keep talking

Mr Erdogan also said that Turkey would do "what is necessary" if the Iraqi operation in Sinjar failed. This is also important in view of our shared objective for the successful reunification of Cyprus for the benefit of both populations on the island, for Turkey, the European Union and for EU-Turkey relations.

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  • Rumours of Kim visiting China as special train is spotted
Rumours of Kim visiting China as special train is spotted

Speculation remains rife about whether Kim or his sister Kim Yo Jong or North Korea's ceremonial leader Kim Yong Nam was visiting Beijing . Shortly before 11 a.m. The landmark U.S. summit - the first meeting between leaders of the United States and North Korea - has been earmarked for May. According to Konstantin Pulikovsky, a former Rus...

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  • Palm Sunday observed with fervor in Kerala
Palm Sunday observed with fervor in Kerala

CHILDREN around the country yesterday paraded the centre-stage of their churches with their palm branches as they re-enacted the triumphant arrival of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. As part of Bishop Deeley's week-long events, a visit to Houlton has been planned. At St. Pius X Catholic Church, some church members were brought to tears after mass.

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  • European Union agrees on Brexit guidelines, sets deadline on Ireland
European Union agrees on Brexit guidelines, sets deadline on Ireland

European Union leaders have agreed to move Brexit talks into the final phase after agreeing their negotiating guidelines for the next round of talks. Theresa May , Britain's prime minister, hailed the transition decision as creating a "new dynamic" in the negotiations to end Britain's 45-year membership of the EU.

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  • President Trump's order would ban most transgender troops from serving
President Trump's order would ban most transgender troops from serving

The reaction from the left online was collective outrage, resulting in the hashtag #ProtectTransTroops trending, but as Mark Dice noted: "Banning transgenders from the military is the best way to #ProtectTransTroops from harming the effectiveness of our military, or harming themselves due to their issues".

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  • Vancouver to join 100s of cities rallying against gun violence
Vancouver to join 100s of cities rallying against gun violence

The voices from Parkland came at a press conference at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center , which was also attended by Sen. The marches in Washington, Eugene and across the country that have been planned by students and youth "are proof that we care about these very relevant issues and are more than willing to take the lead, when the adults now run...

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  • Trump slaps China with $60bn tariffs, Beijing vows retaliation
Trump slaps China with $60bn tariffs, Beijing vows retaliation

It followed a seven-month investigation by USTR into allegations China violates USA intellectual property, under the seldom-used section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act. The U.S. exported $669 million of fruit, frozen juice and nuts to China past year, and it was the top supplier of apples, cherries, walnuts and almonds.

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  • Two Koreas agree to meet on summit preparations next week
Two Koreas agree to meet on summit preparations next week

The South Korea Unification Ministry said the North had responded to an inquiry made through the Panmunjeom communications channel and would be sending a delegation led by Ri Son Gwon, chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country.

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  • Quick challenge for Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban
Quick challenge for Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban

It's already gotten a judge to block the new law. "This is a human being at 15 weeks and we are going about protecting women and minorities from being torn apart by one of these later term abortions", he added. MS is among a small handful of states with only one remaining clinic that provides abortion services: in this case , Jackson Women's Hea...

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  • Israel will never let Iran get nuclear weapons
Israel will never let Iran get nuclear weapons

Yisrael Katz , Israeli Minister of Transportation who also serves as the Minister of Intelligence, congratulated former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert for his decision to operate. "That's the message from '81, that's the message from 2007 and that's our future message to our enemies". One, dated March 30, 2007, said: "Syria has set up, within...

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  • UK Red Arrows Aerobatic Team Plane Crashes In Wales
UK Red Arrows Aerobatic Team Plane Crashes In Wales

The first Red Arrows fatality happened in 1969, when an aircraft smashed into trees during a practice run at RAF Kemble. He told the Guardian: "I heard an almighty bang". "Then it looked like it was about to land, then next thing I saw was the parachute and then the plane hit the runway and went up in flames". The Welsh Ambulance Service said...

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  • Indians kidnapped by ISIS in 2014 declared dead
Indians kidnapped by ISIS in 2014 declared dead

The process was finally completed with the help of respective district magistrates in October- November 2017. India's Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj addresses the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan borough of NY, U.S., September 26, 2016.

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  • British foreign minister accuses Russia of stockpiling nerve agent
British foreign minister accuses Russia of stockpiling nerve agent

The U.K. has accused Russian Federation of bearing responsibility for the March 4 attack, which British officials say involved a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed secretly by Russian Federation. Chizhov pointed out that the United Kingdom chemical weapons research facility, Porton Down, is only eight miles from Salisbury, where Skripal...

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  • Orange snow-ice warning issued as snow showers expected
Orange snow-ice warning issued as snow showers expected

A yellow snow-ice alert remains in place for the rest of the country until 9am tomorrow. Passengers travelling to and from Dublin Airport on Sunday have been urged to contact their airline for the status of their respective flights after a number of scheduled flights were cancelled due to poor weather conditions.

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  • Trump lawyer seeks $20m damages from Stormy Daniels - filing
Trump lawyer seeks $20m damages from Stormy Daniels - filing

President Trump's lawyers filed two motions on Friday in the United States District Court in California, where Daniels sued to get out of a nondisclosure agreement to stay quiet about her affair with Trump ahead of the election. Trump's representatives have denied the allegations that he had an affair with Ms. Clifford. He then added: "The fac...

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  • Ukraine protests to United Nations over Russian presidential poll in Crimea
Ukraine protests to United Nations over Russian presidential poll in Crimea

Ukraine said Friday that Russians will be unable to vote in this Sunday's presidential election because access to Moscow's diplomatic missions will be blocked. Ukraine has sent letters to the United Nations, protesting the Russian presidential election in Crimea scheduled for Sunday and urging the global community to impose sanctions on the poll ...

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  • Putin Elected Fourth Term As Russia President
Putin Elected Fourth Term As Russia President

Putin's extension for the fourth term means that the country stands in support of his policies and continues to trust their leader in current times of crisis as Moscow continues to garner increasing opposition from rest of the world for its political stand as well as support for Syria regime.

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  • Nerve agent fallout: Russian Federation evicts United Kingdom diplomats
Nerve agent fallout: Russian Federation evicts United Kingdom diplomats

Britain had only expelled the Russian diplomats after Moscow had failed to explain how the nerve toxin had got to Britain, he said. Russia's foreign ministry also announced it is shutting the British consulate in St Petersberg and the British Council which promotes cultural links.

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  • Korean Top Diplomat's Sweden Talks Could Pave Way for Trump-Kim Summit
Korean Top Diplomat's Sweden Talks Could Pave Way for Trump-Kim Summit

He also, however, admitted there was significant difference of opinion on North Korea policy in the Trump administration, between those "who are more aggressive" and those who support diplomacy. Sweden is now a non-permanent member of the United Nations . "The aim of the visit is to contribute to the effective implementation of the resolut...

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