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"The president wants a race to the gutter and to fight us in the gutter. But to win, we have to fight from higher ground in order to bring this country to higher ground," Booker said.
He's said the Brexit party will field an impressive team in next month's European Parliament elections.
A dogged competitor!
It is the 9th protest of its kind since February.
Authorities accuse the opposition of planning the violence and deployed a heavy police presence inside the building in Belgrade.
Firefighters search for survivors after two illegally constructed buildings collapsed in Rio de Janeiro. At least three people were killed and dozens are injured.
The protests, named after the high-visibility safety jackets worn by demonstrators, began in November to oppose fuel tax increases
They were stranded at sea after being rescued off Libya by a rescue ship run by the German charity Sea Eye.
Ian Cognito was performing at the Atic bar in Bicester, England, when he sat down on a stool and remained quiet for several minutes.
No injuries were reported after police opened fire on a suspect outside the Ukrainian embassy on Saturday.
Six people have been shot dead by the security forces in the Somalian capital Mogadishu
On arrival at the scene, a vehicle was driven at police officers.
The White House put the powerful armed force that answers only to Iran's supreme leader in the same category as al Qaeda and the Islamic State group.
"Please know that, if you fail to comply, your failure will be interpreted as a denial of my request," the letter to the IRS states.
Police fired 25 shots at Torell in a residential courtyard, believing a toy pistol he was carrying was a real weapon.
"We have been surprised by the speed of the slow down."
Connecting to nature with the help of these endangered animals.
More than 1,500 Russian skiers and snowboarders have marked the end of winter season by riding the slopes in their swim wear.
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, who is now in custody in the UK, is facing a possible renewal of an allegation of rape in Sweden. Prosecutors said they were looking again at the case after a request by the lawyer of the alleged victim.
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments. A platform designed “to connect stakeholders and survivors”
The incident comes amid growing resentment about the presence of American troops in the southwestern Japanese region.
These eco-friendly design innovations are pushing the boundary of sustainable living.
Malta allowed their rescue ship to dock after Germany, France, Portugal and Luxembourg agreed to take the 64 migrants in.
Laws meant to protect the most vulnerable people in France have failed, says the UN's special rapporteur on housing.
New engine-cooling technology could help planes reach speeds in excess of 3,800 miles per hour.
Animal welfare could be set for a boost in Europe as campaigners prepare an unprecedented assault on May's elections.
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DNA tests have confirmed the ex-chief of a Dutch sperm bank is the biological father of 49 children, it’s been claimed.
Protests that led to the fall of President Omar al-Bashir this week continued with citizens demanding greater political change.