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  • Easter egg hunt on the beach

    Easter egg hunt on the beach

    The hunt starts promptly at 11 a.m. and is over in two shakes of a bunny's tale - there are over 30,000 chocolates! Join in the Bunny Hop to win additional prizes. On Saturday, April 7 is the ever popular Spring Splash event, where those fearless enough will participate in the pond skim challenge. To register, send the first name/names of children attending and their ages to This email address is being protected from spambots.

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  • Leaders of Two Koreas Meet on April 27th

    Leaders of Two Koreas Meet on April 27th

    The previous editions of the summit were held in 2000 and 2007, both in the North Korean capital Pyongyang. However, the North has yet to officially confirm its interest in a summit between the leaders. The announcement comes after the North Korean leader reportedly said he was " committed to denuclearisation " during a visit to China. "This language (of denuclearization) is not new, it's been around for quite a long time, and the core point is its highly conditional".

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  • Strongly oppose Air India sale: Mamata

    Strongly oppose Air India sale: Mamata

    The new air link between Tel Aviv and New Delhi was announced in July previous year by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu, but it was not until January that the pair suggested it might use Saudi airspace.

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  • Automakers benefit from revised US-South Korea trade deal

    Automakers benefit from revised US-South Korea trade deal

    The agreements in principle were announced Monday just hours after Trump said the United States was on the verge of amending its trade agreement with South Korea, which took effect in 2012. "There will be no additional opening of our agricultural market", said Trade Minister Kim Hyun-chong in a press briefing Monday in Seoul. "I think the strategy has worked, quite frankly", he said.

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  • Chinese space lab to fall to Earth within days in 'fiery demise'

    While the majority of the eight-tonne spacecraft is likely to burn up while dashing through the atmosphere, some parts of it are expected to hit the ground and this has raised concern just like Skylab had done nearly four decades ago. Tiangong-1, launched in 2011, was never meant to last very long. In case, the experts say, if the Tiangong-1 causes any damage to people, then China, which had launched the spacecraft, will be responsible for the compensation of the damage.

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  • No charges in police fatal shooting of black man

    No charges in police fatal shooting of black man

    An announcement will be made during a press conference at 10 a.m. Tuesday. However, attorneys L. Chris Stewart and Brandon DeCuir, who represent Alton Sterling's five children, said Landry is to meet Tuesday morning with Sterling's relatives and their lawyers in Baton Rouge.

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  • Terrorists infiltrated Israel with knives and grenades

    Terrorists infiltrated Israel with knives and grenades

    Three Palestinians armed with grenades and knives who infiltrated Israel from Gaza were captured near an army base in southern Israel. The strikes came ahead of a planned protest on Friday in which Palestinians have been urged to camp along Gaza's border with Israel.

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  • Best Family Events For Easter In Baltimore

    Best Family Events For Easter In Baltimore

    All of the proceeds will go to the turtle rescue at the Gulf World Marine Institute. "We reached our target of 380 with leftover Easter eggs to sweeten the day for everyone", said Anabela. Throughout the six weeks of the Lenten season parishioners of the St. Patrick Church in Jordan have prepared for the Easter holiday by participating in the Stations of the Cross.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expels seven Russian staff in solidarity with United Kingdom over Salisbury attack

    Governments of 24 countries around the world have expelled more than 100 Russian diplomats over the poisoning of the Skripals, an unprecedented global response to the first offensive use of a nerve agent in Europe since World War II. Moscow has fiercely denied the charge and has pointed the finger at British intelligence. Outside the EU, Canada, Australia, Ukraine, Macedonia, and Norway also announced expulsions .

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  • Trump Plans to Expel Russian Diplomats Over UK Attack

    Trump Plans to Expel Russian Diplomats Over UK Attack

    Trump is expected to follow suit. A battle within the White House over how to best address the provocations of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been intensifying. Both Democrats and Republicans expressed disappointment earlier this week after Trump congratulated Vladimir Putin on his electoral win, arguing that the Russian leader did not allow free and fair elections.

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  • Who wants to launch a probe of Robert Mueller

    Who wants to launch a probe of Robert Mueller

    The Post reports that Dowd leaving the legal team was a mutual decision. Earlier this week, Trump added former US attorney Joseph diGenova to his legal team and, according to sources, is expected to make more additions. Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the investigation because of his involvement in the Trump political campaign. But Trump has upped his public attacks on Mueller.

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  • Puigdemont Avoid Arrest in Finland, Despite Warrant

    Puigdemont Avoid Arrest in Finland, Despite Warrant

    Worldwide arrest warrants for Puigdemont, who fled to Belgium in October, and five other fugitive Catalan politicians, were activated by the Spanish Supreme Court on Friday amid the recent crackdown on Catalan separatists. He had wanted to be re-elected as Catalonia's regional president - albeit while remaining overseas to avoid arrest - but eventually was stopped by a Spanish court.

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  • Iranians charged with cyber theft, sanctioned by US

    Iranians charged with cyber theft, sanctioned by US

    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein today announced the indictment of nine Iranians accused of perpetrating a large-scale hacking campaign on US colleges and businesses on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps . Beyond universities, the Iranians hit five US government agencies, including the state governments in Hawaii and in, as well as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which oversees the energy industry, and the Department of Labor.

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  • Local anti-gun violence march set for Saturday

    Local anti-gun violence march set for Saturday

    Students from Excel Academy in Baltimore were ready Saturday morning to send a message in Washington about gun violence, which has claimed the lives of seven of their classmates since a year ago. One other boy was injured in the gunfire. She was taken off life support and died Thursday evening. "It's an honor and a privilege to represent Vegas out here", she said.

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  • Morocco Signs Agreement on African Continental Free Trade Area

    Morocco Signs Agreement on African Continental Free Trade Area

    Addis Ababa African leaders' hopes of establishing the world's largest free trade area have been hit by the withdrawal of Nigeria from the launch. However, the NLC kicked against Nigeria's participation in the continental free trade agreement, saying it could affect the nation's manufacturing sector and lead to job losses.

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  • Trump Bans US Citizens, Residents from Venezuela's Crypto 'Petro'

    Trump Bans US Citizens, Residents from Venezuela's Crypto 'Petro'

    Diosdado Cabello, VP of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela , reportedly said that Trump was "wrong" to take this step and threaten additional sanctions against the Latin American country. sanctions", according to a White House statement announcing the order. Venezuela's state-backed cryptocurrency petro has been mired in controversy right from the beginning.

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