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Sri Lanka Minister: Easter Bombings A Response To New Zealand Mosque Attacks
By Emily Schmall and Krishan Francis, AP
Officials said the death toll from Sunday's attacks had risen to 321.
Trump Mistakes Which Sri Lankan Official He Talked To And When
In a since-deleted tweet, the president made his second major social media mix up concerning the deadly Easter attacks.
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These Are The Americans Killed In The Sri Lanka Terror Attacks
Dieter Kowalski, 40, of Denver and Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa, a fifth grader at Sidwell Friends in Washington, D.C., both died in Sunday's attacks.
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Trump Misses Sri Lankan Death Toll By Millions In Condolence Tweet
Minutes later the supposedly grief-torn president tweeted he's "never been happier or more content" as he bragged about the U.S. economy.
Rep. Seth Moulton Enters 2020 Presidential Race
The Iraq War veteran and Democratic congressman from Massachusetts added his name to the swelling ranks of declared contenders.
International Network Involved In Deadly Sri Lanka Attacks
By Sanjeev Miglani, Reuters
The seven bombers attacked churches and luxury hotels, killing nearly 300 people.
Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media After Bombings, Citing Misinformation
The nationwide social media blockage came after eight blasts swept through Sri Lankan churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, killing more than 200 people.
Easter Weekend Bombings In Sri Lanka Kill 290 At Churches, Hotels
By Ranga Sirilal and Shihar Aneez, Reuters
More than 500 people were also wounded in the attacks.
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North Korea Issues Mild Criticism Of Bolton Over Media Interview
North Korea's criticism appears to be a continuation of its frustration at deadlocked nuclear negotiations with the United States.
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Barr Releases Mueller's Report — And Feels The Heat
By Andy Sullivan, Reuters
After releasing a redacted version of the report, Barr has faced widespread criticism from Democrats and some legal experts.
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Young Women In South Korea Are Driving An Era Of Change
By Sung-hee Yang, Korean daily JoongAng Ilbo
Feminists have led the country’s Me Too movement and advocated for the recent overturning of an abortion ban.
North Korea Says Mike Pompeo Should Be Replaced In Talks By Someone More 'Mature'
By Joyce Lee and Hyonhee Shin, Reuters
North Korea also announced its first weapons test since nuclear talks broke down.
George Conway Taunts Donald Trump With Stream Of Consciousness Tweet About Kim Jong Un
Kellyanne Conway's husband shared the withering post in response to reports that North Korea had tested a new tactical guided weapon.
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North Korea Tests New 'Tactical Guided Weapon,' State-Run News Agency Says
The reported launch comes after Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump failed to reach a deal earlier this year at their second international summit.
Rescuers Save Dog Found Swimming 135 Miles Off Thailand
The dog has since been named "Boon Rad," or "Survivor."
Chinese Ambassador Says Mike Pompeo 'Lost His Mind' In Clash Over Venezuela
Leaders battle over future of South American nation as Pentagon "explores options," CNN reports.
Drive-By Shooting Outside Australia Nightclub Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured
By Alison Bevege, Reuters
There has been no suggestion yet that the Melbourne attack was terror-related, authorities said. The suspect is still being sought.
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Brunei Defends Gay Sex Death Penalty As More For 'Prevention Than To Punish'
By Hugo Greenhalgh, Reuters
“Its aim is to educate, deter, rehabilitate and nurture,” the country's second minister of foreign affairs said.
Lobbyist Who Steered Foreign Funds To Trump Inaugural Sentenced To Probation
Samuel Patten's case was spun out of U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.
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Israel Spacecraft Beresheet Fails In Attempted Moon Landing
By Ari Rabinovitch, Reuters
So far, only three nations have succeeded in carrying out a controlled landing on the lunar surface: the United States, the Soviet Union and China.
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South Korea Overturns Abortion Ban After Nearly 70 Years
The country's top court ordered lawmakers to lift the ban, which punishes women who receive abortions and doctors who perform the procedure, by next year.
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Seoul Street Style Photos Will Seriously Inspire You To Up Your Fashion Game
Take these photos with you next time you hit up your favorite shopping spots.
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Polls Open In First Phase Of India's Lengthy General Election
By Emily Schmall, AP
Some 900 million people are eligible to cast ballots at around 1 million polling stations across India.
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Dalai Lama Hospitalized With A Chest Infection, Now Feeling Better
The 83-year-old Buddhist leader is recovering at a hospital in Dharmsala, India.
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