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Global Media Easter egg hunts set for this weekend
Author: 0 Easter egg hunts set for this weekend

The hunts were followed by games and refreshments inside the care facility. Both adults and children will need a ticket to the event (complimentary). The annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Osage Rehabilitation and Health Center in Osage drew scores of kids to pick up colorful eggs and meet the Easter Bunny.

Author: 0 A long, tearful road to a major for Sergio Garcia

Jay Haas remains the player with the most major appearances without a win, with 87 major starts. Not so much. That is rather like being the fifth man picked for a four-man bobsled team. He had to declare an unplayable lie and take a drop. Garcia hit the ball from the base of a tree and over a small hill onto the putting green . Rose, who also closed with a 69, graciously patted Garcia's cheek before they embraced.

Author: 0 EU launches probe of Hungarian education law

Recent amendments to the country's higher education law have been viewed by many as an attack on Budapest-based Central European University, founded by Hungarian-born American financier George Soros in 1991. "We want to see a review, a discussion, in order to address any concerns through dialogue with the university itself and other affected institutions".

Author: 0 Mattis: US Missile Strike on Syrian Air Base Was Measured Response

Defense Secretary James Mattis pledged that the U.S.'s recent military involvement in Syria will not lead to a war with Russian Federation, which has backed Bashar al-Assad's regime. A Huffington Post/You Gov survey showed a 51-to-32 percent edge in favor of Trump's decision, the first direct USA attack on Syria during its six-year civil war.

Author: 0 Bank of Canada keeps a lid on interest rates — BUSINESS REPORT

The Bank of Canada projected a quicker return to full capacity than in its last quarterly report in January. When asked in Oshawa last month if lowering the rate was still under consideration, Poloz replied that there were "important potential downside risks that we need to keep on the table until they're clear".

Global Media United States warns Russian Federation over support for Syrian regime after chemical attacks
Author: 0 United States warns Russian Federation over support for Syrian regime after chemical attacks

Theresa May and Donald Trump have agreed a "window of opportunity now exists" to persuade Russian Federation that its links with Bashar Assad's regime are no longer in its strategic interest as they discussed the situation in Syria. "We have seen it all already", Putin said. The US ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley , has told CNN that removing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power is a priority, cementing an extraordinary U-turn in the Trump administration's stance on the ...

Author: 0 Rooney to miss Manchester United's clash with Anderlecht

Manchester United full-back Luke Shaw has stated that the Red Devils can be " unstoppable " in their quest for Europa League glory, ahead of Thursday's quarter-final clash with Anderlecht . If we lose in the Europe League, we are in trouble. The initial leg will probably be played this Thursday at Constant Vanden Stock Stadium. They are a good team.

Author: 0 Coulda Woulda Shoulda-Democrats Miss a Huge Opportunity in Kansas

Thompson has already indicated he plans to make another run for that seat in 2018. "A win is a win but this should have been relatively simple and it wasn't". However, such a portrayal leaves out a crucial detail: The Kansas-04 election was influenced primarily by the extreme unpopularity of Kansas governor Sam Brownback, a Republican who has been in office since 2011.

Author: 0 Most Americans Trust Trump Over Congress, UN to End Syria Conflict

It was stark evidence that the president is moving ever further from his campaign promises to establish better ties with Moscow . Earlier, Putin said Moscow's relationship with the United States has deteriorated since President Donald Trump took office three months ago.

Global Media Coachella Wasn't Interested In Hosting Kate Bush's First U.S. Show
Author: 0 Coachella Wasn't Interested In Hosting Kate Bush's First U.S. Show

In the piece, William Morris Agency's Marc Geiger describes pitching Bush for the festival only to be shot down by Tollett, who said of her act, "No! Have to!' 'No! No one is going to understand it'". "Even going back before Coachella (started in 1999), Goldenvoice has been after her for 25 years", he told the Los Angeles Times . Initially, the surrounding conversation castigated Coachella for being allegedly dumb enough to turn down a performance by Bush.

Author: 0 NDA allies to attend PM Narendra Modi's grand dinner tonight

While the previous Congress-led UPA government left behind a "corrupt and supine" governance structure, the Modi- led NDA government changed it and took every section of the society along as it worked on its development agenda, it said. In three years, that hope has turned into "confidence". The meeting began with the inaugural address by BJP President Amit Shah. Thackeray also praised the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh for farm loan waiver but insisted that the BJP dispensation ...

Global Media Factory output sinks 1.2% in February
Author: 0 Factory output sinks 1.2% in February

During April 2016 to February 2017, industrial production logged an annual growth of 0.4 percent. While mining sector grew by 3.3 per cent in February as against 5.5 per cent a year ago, manufacturing contracted by 2 per cent (0.6 per cent growth) and electricity production expanded by a mere 0.3 per cent in the month as compared to 9.6 per cent growth in February 2016.

Author: 0 Malaysia interviewed, cleared 3 N. Koreans before they left

Malaysia expelled North Korea's ambassador for being "diplomatically rude", although Najib later said that ties with Pyongyang would not be severed, in a bid to calm relations. Experts say the VX was nearly certainly produced in a sophisticated state weapons laboratory, and North Korea is widely believed to possess large quantities of chemical weapons.

Global Media White House blasts Russian Federation for 'covering up' Syria gas attack
Author: 0 White House blasts Russian Federation for 'covering up' Syria gas attack

Syria has categorically denied its involvement in chemical attacks. After the US missile strikes, Peskov asserted that the Syrian government "has no chemical arms stockpiles". The UN Security Council will vote on Wednesday on a draft resolution demanding that the Syrian government cooperate with an investigation of the suspected chemical attack last week in Idlib province, USA diplomats said.

Global Media Trump won't say if he has confidence in Bannon
Author: 0 Trump won't say if he has confidence in Bannon

Donald Trump finally had a few successful days-the Syria strike, the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch, his apparently successful intervention in the feud between his top advisers. "He's still insisting we're gonna build this wall and he's not backing down from it". The leading source of influence over President Trump's decision to return fire on Bashar al Assad's heinous act of barbarism is unknown.

Global Media Uganda charges, jails academic for insulting the president
Author: 0 Uganda charges, jails academic for insulting the president

Many Ugandan girls reportedly drop out of school because of the shame they feel for lacking sanitary pads. However, Janet Museveni said in February the government did not have "the funding for this in our budget yet". However, Amnesty International is calling for her immediate and unconditional release. Prior to the court case, Nyanzi was also barred from leaving the country and suspended from her job at Makerere University but she remained unrelenting in her criticism of the regime.

Global Media India to ban discrimination against people with HIV/AIDS
Author: 0 India to ban discrimination against people with HIV/AIDS

Asserting that there would be no discrimination against persons infected with HIV, Nadda said "whosoever who does not adhere to the provisions of the bill will be penalised. He said the government had spent Rs. 2,000 crore on ART alone and this was a 100% Centrally sponsored scheme as the "government is committed to (treating every patient) and no one will be left out".

Global Media Iraq says Islamic State has lost most of the land it seized
Author: 0 Iraq says Islamic State has lost most of the land it seized

Iraqi forces liberated the western cities of Fallujah and Ramadi in June and December respectively past year and the central city of Tikrit in March 2015. In January, Iraqi forces drove ISIL terrorists from eastern Mosul as part of a wide-ranging campaign launched late past year to retake the city, which ISIL overran in mid-2014.