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What happened to the North Korean Embassy in Madrid?

The suspected incident, reportedly occurred on February 22, was conducted by 10 people carrying fake weapons to enter the compound and inspect and beat people inside, according to Spanish newspaper El País. Spanish media reports that assailants have barred staff members with rope and stolen various items before fleeing luxury vehicles. During the attack, a Korean woman was escaped from …

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Christchurch shooter planned to carry out another attack, police chief said

Fifty people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside two mosques last week. Authorities have charged Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian man, with murder in connection with the incident. More charges are expected. Police Commissioner Mike Bush said Wednesday that authorities "absolutely" believe they stopped the suspect "on the way to a further attack." "Lives were saved," he added, …

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Robert Mueller's team said it was so busy this week

Either way, they are busy. A senior appellate leader Michael Dreeben told a federal judge on Tuesday that he and his co-counsel "are facing another job press" and want a deadline extension this week in response to a requests for non-direct court documents in current criminal case Paul Manafort. Dreeben is working with Adam Jed, a more junior lawyer in …

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Trump To Appoint Stephen Dickson To Head FAA In Wake Of Boeing Crashes: NPR

President Trump proposed that Stephen Dickson be appointed to lead the FAA. The agency is investigating for its response to two crashes of the Boeing 737 airplanes, described here by the company's Renton, Wash company. On March 14. Stephen Brashear / Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Stephen Brashear / Getty Images President Trump proposed that Stephen Dickson be appointed …

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Jacinda Ardern won praise for handling mosque attacks

CLOSE New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern swears not to mention the name of the suspected attacker and urge others to do so. Newslook, Newslook He swore to cover burial expenses. He offered financial assistance to families who suffered from sadness. He promises a fast-paced gun control action but is also dangerous to be encouraged and hugged and threatened with …

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Mosque attack video: New Zealand wants answers from Mark Zuckerberg

Now New Zealand, other governments and business leaders are calling for Facebook, Google and Twitter to do much more to rid their platforms of extremist content. Vodafone ( VOD ) ] and two other telecommunications operators, which provide internet access for most New Zealanders, said on Tuesday they want Facebook ( FB ) CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter [19659003] TWTR ) …

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Kazakh leader Nazarbayev resigned after three decades

Image copyright Getty Images Caption of image Mr. Nazarbayev was the first secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who led the country since independence from the Soviet Union, expressed his resignation. In a pre-recorded television address, he said the decision was "not simple". Mr. Nazarbayev, 78, has largely not been taught since he was president of …

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