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After all the hugs, Macron stands up for everything Trump vowed to destroy

Macron stands up for what Trump destroysAfter spending a day of intimate presidential fraternity with Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron made an impassioned speech in Washington on Wednesday advocating many of the things Trump has spent much of his presidency trying to destroy.

Over the course of a 50-minute address to a joint meeting of Congress, the French president said he was “sure” the US would one day return to the Paris climate change accord, and vowed that France would not abandon the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Trump has left the first and has been threatening to quit the second in the next few weeks.

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Karaoke bar blaze kills 18 in China

Karaoke bar fire kills 18 in China

A fire at a karaoke bar killed 18 people Tuesday in the Chinese province of Guangdong, police said.

The fire took nearly 30 minutes to put out. Little was left of the three-story structure once firefighters got the blaze under control, The New York Times reported.

In addition to the deaths, five people were injured.

"According to a preliminary investigation, the blaze was arson," Qingyuan police said in a statement. "Currently, the public security authorities are stepping up their investigation."

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Van-Borne Terrorist Struck ‘Every Single Thing’ on Toronto Sidewalk

Terror in Toronto 4/23/18Police have arrested a suspect after a van mounted the curb and struck numerous pedestrians in Toronto

The incident happened on Yonge Street south of Finch Avenue, according to the Toronto Police Service. Initial estimates suggest eight to 10 people were struck.

Witness Alex Shaker, who was driving southbound at the time, says the van was travelling at high speed on the sidewalk. The van was also southbound.

“He started going down on the sidewalk and crumbling down people one by one,” Shaker told CTV News Channel on Monday afternoon.

Update: 9:50 PM (ET).  Toronto officials report that ten people have died, and  15 others were injured as a result of this attack.

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Saudi-led coalition air raid kills 20 Yemeni civilians: residents

Coalition air raid kills 20 Yemeni civilians

Twenty people have been killed in an air strike by a Saudi-led military coalition in southwestern Yemen, residents said.

The attack on Friday hit a car transporting 20 passengers in the south of Taiz province, locals told Reuters news agency.

Six bodies had been identified but the rest were charred beyond recognition, the residents added.

TVNL Comment: The 'Saudi-led military coalition' is financed by the US.  This is rarely reported in the US media, nor are Yemeni deaths deemed important enough to report at all.

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Afghanistan: 63 dead in attacks on voter registration centres

Aghan voter center hit; dozens dead

Bombings at voter registration centres in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and in Baghlan province have killed at least 63 people and wounded more than a hundred others, health officials said.

Kabul's acting police chief, Mohammad Daoud Amin, said an assailant detonated his explosives at the doorway of an ID distribution centre in the capital on Sunday.

At least 57 people were killed in the suicide attack, public health officials said.

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4 killed in demonstrations at Gaza-Israel border

4 killed in Gaza protestsFour Palestinians were killed in protests on Friday at the Gaza-Israel border, the health officials said.

Another 133 were injured, the Palestinian Red Crescent said, as Palestinians demonstrated at five points along the fence separating Israel from Gaza.

Those injured were hit by tear gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition fired by Israeli soldiers at demonstrators coming too close to the border fence.

Friday's demonstrations were the fourth consecutive weekend of anti-Israel protests organized by Hamas, Gaza's government and military force.

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Miguel Diaz-Canel: Cuba's post-Castro president

Miguel Diz-Canel,new president of Cuba

Cuba has formally announced Miguel Diaz-Canel as the country's new president.

The 57-year-old father of two was elected president of Cuba on April 19 after Raul Castro, who led the country for 10 years, stepped down.

Political campaigning is outlawed in Cuba, so little is known about Diaz-Canel's plans to navigate the challenges facing the island nation, including its struggling economy.

However, Diaz-Canel is expected to continue in the same vein as his predecessor, but would be "part of the process of change that has been happening in Cuba since 2011", former Cuban diplomat Carlos Alzugaray told Al Jazeera, adding that the change in power continues the "transition in progress to a new social-economic model".

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