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Trump announced the US secretary of state's removal on Twitter just a few hours after Tillerson had returned from a tour of African states.
Wildlife officials said the gang caught in the northern state of Perak was found with deer antlers and suspected tiger bones.
An Awami League leader in eastern Feni district was hacked with machetes before being shot at point-blank range.
Ruling party and opposition MPs engaged in a burst of fist fighting furing a a marathon night-long session of parliament.
US president Donald Trump publicly undercut US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's diplomatic initiatives numerous times
The blast in a remote forest region also injured three others who were airlifted to state capital Raipur for treatment, a spokesman for India's central reserve police force said.
Seven people were wounded in an explosion shortly after Palestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah's convoy entered Gaza Strip.
The country remains haunted by the unsolved mystery of the 43 students, who vanished on September 26, 2014.
The US House Intelligence Committee admitted Russia interfered in the election, but rejected this was aimed at helping Donald Trump win.
The twin bombings followed an initial blast on March 2, when a 39-year-old man was killed -- also after opening a parcel bomb.
Ultra-Orthodox men are excused from military service if they are engaged in religious study, but must still report to the army to receive their exemption.
Polls since the shooting at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School show the US public has turned strongly for tougher regulations.
Former spy Alexander Litvinenko, oligarch Boris Berezovsky and whistleblower Alexander Perepilichnyy all died in the UK in recent years.
Oskar Groening was sentenced to four years for his role as an accessory to the murder of 300,000 of the Auschwitz concentration camp's roughly 1 million victims.
The aircraft crashed on a second approach towards the airport, shuddering violently as it lost height before hitting the ground and bursting into flames.
Syrian troops have been waging a fierce assault on rebels in the last opposition bastion on the outskirts of Damascus for almost a month.
Plumes of black smoke could be seen rising from the football pitch where the plane crashed.
Officials say the blaze is still burning uncontrollably in the region bordering Kerala state, some 540km from the Tamil Nadu capital Chennai.
The world's longest serving president is Equatorial Guinea's Teodoro Obiang Nguema, with 38 years under his belt since he toppled his uncle in 1979.
The right-wing parties' victory raises questions about the future of the peace deal signed by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos in November 2016.
Rescue workers have had to grapple with landslides, blocked roads and downed power and communications to reach isolated villages after the 7.5-magnitude quake struck on February 26
US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said the idea to put weapons in schools was part of a plan to increase school safety.
Eric Phillips, a spokesman for Mayor Bill de Blasio, said in a post on Twitter there was "at least one survivor, at least two fatalities. Divers are still in the water."
Opting for a plan described as "pragmatic," Trump backs legislation proposed in Congress aimed at providing more data for the background check system. would like to send you push notifications.
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