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Author: 0 Bill O'Reilly to return with new podcast episode Monday

The conservative commentator is not alone at Fox News. "Over the past 20 years at Fox News , I have been extremely proud to launch and lead one of the most successful news programs in history, which has consistently informed and entertained millions of Americans and significantly contributed to building Fox into the dominant news network in television", boasts O'Reilly in his statement.

Author: 0 China 'seriously concerned' over North Korea missile warnings

Tunnels from North Korea into South Korea have been found before, though none have been uncovered since 1990 . Amid heightened tension on the Korean peninsula, North Korea has escalated a war of words with the United States , warning of full-out nuclear war if Washington takes military action against it over its nuclear and missile ambitions.

Author: 0 Canadian minister looking forward to Trump trade talks

The ongoing trade battle is the result of a Canadian pricing policy that's stopping some imports from the U.S. It's forced a major Wisconsin distributor to announce it will stop buying milk from about 75 farms at the end of this month, many of which now have no other customers.

Author: 0 Pence Promotes Trump's Economic Plans, Visits USS Rondald Reagan in Japan

US Vice President Mike Pence delivers a speech to USA and Japanese service members on the flight deck of the USS Ronald Reagan, a nuclear-powered super carrier, at the USA naval base in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo, Japan April 19, 2017. He pointed to North Korea's violations of the 1994 Agreed Framework negotiated by the Clinton administration and the violations of the 2005 denuclearization agreement negotiated by the administration of George W.

Author: 0 France's next leader: centrist Macron vs. far-right Le Pen

Le Pen's party, he said, was known for "violence and intolerance". Macron, only 39, is seeking to become France's youngest ever president and has campaigned on a strongly pro-EU and pro-business platform. "Either we continue on the path of complete deregulation, with no borders and no protection. mass immigration and free movement of terrorists. or you choose France", she added.

Author: 0 No talks with Palestinian inmates on hunger strike

Convicted Fatah terrorist Marwan Barghouti (center) is escorted by Israeli police into the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court to testify as part of a USA civil lawsuit against the Palestinian leadership, in January 2012. The editors later added on the newspaper's website that Barghouti was a convicted murderer. The International Red Cross said that it informed the families of Israel's decision to cancel all visits until further notice, in addition to the confiscation of their clothes and ...

Global Media Silent marches across Venezuela following deadly protests
Author: 0 Silent marches across Venezuela following deadly protests

For the first time since the unrest began, demonstrators were able to pass through several pro-government districts in Caracas without resistance from security forces. "The government has already taken everything, all possibility of living our lives with dignity", said a 33-year-old protester attending the Saturday march.

Global Media Amid North Korea crisis, Pence becomes Trump emissary abroad
Author: 0 Amid North Korea crisis, Pence becomes Trump emissary abroad

The U.S. could pressure China to cut off oil supplies to North Korea and suspending all coal imports - Pyongyang depends on China for some 90 percent of its crude oil supply. Mr Pence also thanked Australia for calling on China to exert greater economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea. The USS Carl Vinson is set to arrive in the Sea of Japan, following a series of North Korean missile tests.

Author: 0 North Korea displays submarine-based missiles for first time at military parade

Pyongyang threatened to launch a strike in response to what it's describing as American provocation. "This has created a unsafe situation in which thermo-nuclear war may break out at any moment". "We are sending an armada". China's flag carrier, Air China, halted flights from Beijing to the North Korean capital, Pyongyang , from late on Friday, Chinese state broadcaster CCTV reported.

Author: 0 Malcolm Turnbull announces crackdown on citizenship test

Commentators speculated that it was in retaliation to Mr Abbott's continuing commentary - which one colleague demanded he stop - about the government's performance in opinion polls and key policy. Applicants for citizenship will also need to pass an English test and provide evidence they have been working. The quiz asks factual multiple-choice questions about Anzac Day, Australia's system of government and the colours of the Aboriginal flag.

Author: 0 Dortmund bus attack suspect bet against the team

Sergei W. booked the same Hotel L'Arrivee as the team, according to prosecutors, and reportedly was adamant that he receive a room with a window facing the front of the hotel. He did not play in the postponed match, which AS Monaco won 3-2. A motorcycle police officer suffered inner ear damage from the blast. In response, UEFA insisted the decision was made in "complete agreement with clubs and authorities".

Global Media Pence: North Korea is 'getting the message'
Author: 0 Pence: North Korea is 'getting the message'

The paper, obtained by The Associated Press, says the North's latest actions "make clear that further worldwide pressure is required for the DPRK to change its behavior if there is to be any hope for meaningful denuclearization talks to resume".

Author: 0 Trump says 'no deal' was made for charity worker

The couple and their co-workers had been incarcerated since May 1, 2014, on child abuse and trafficking charges that were widely dismissed by human rights workers and US officials as false. Her name is Aya Hijazi, and her attorney credits Trump for securing both her freedom and return to the U.S. Trump and White House aides negotiated their release as well as freedom for four other humanitarian workers, and Trump sent a USA government aircraft to Cairo to bring them home, the Post reported.

Global Media Saudi oil minister says production cuts may need to continue
Author: 0 Saudi oil minister says production cuts may need to continue

Output shows signs of rebounding in the US, where explorers have added rigs for the past 13 weeks, data from Baker Hughes Inc . show. Brent futures posted modest gains, however, ending up 6 cents to $52.99 a barrel. The GCC states are OPEC members Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to Oman and Bahrain. The current deal granted Tehran permission to lift output, hit by Western sanctions that ended just over a year ago.

Global Media Turkey Set To Hold Referendum on Expanding Erdogan Powers
Author: 0 Turkey Set To Hold Referendum on Expanding Erdogan Powers

A crossroads in the history of the modern republic founded amid the ashes of the Ottoman Empire in 1923, the referendum is seen as too close to call, with the country polarized between the "Yes" and "No" camps. " The vote could still go either way ", Asli Aydintasbas , a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, told AFP , adding that whatever the outcome the winning side would only poll in " the low 50s ".

Global Media Trump Signs 'Buy American, Hire American' Executive Orders
Author: 0 Trump Signs 'Buy American, Hire American' Executive Orders

Critics of the program claim staffing companies are undercutting American wages by using the visas to recruit foreign labor and then contracting those workers to large companies. workers are sometimes asked to train their replacements to qualify for severance packages. "We are finally standing up for our workers and our companies", Trump said.

Author: 0 Exxon seeks OK to resume Russian oil venture

It would have granted Exxon access to drill in Russia's Arctic waters, as well as areas near the Black Sea, an area with rich natural resources. Following Trump's surprise election victory, former Exxon Mobil CEO Tillerson has been appointed US Secretary of State.

Author: 0 Britain 'concerned' by North Korea missile test

Speculation that Pyongyang could conduct a sixth blast in the coming days to coincide with the anniversary has reached fever pitch, with specialist USA website 38North describing its Punggye-ri test site as "primed and ready" and White House officials saying military options were "already being assessed".

Author: 0 Australia scraps visa for skilled foreign workers

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton describes the changes as "modernising the pathway to citizenship", but he's expecting some opposition. The new requirements will apply to all new applications. Majority of Indian IT professionals are using H1-B visa similar to 457 visa to find jobs in IS and they may face difficulties after the new review system is implemented.

Global Media Police stop 12-year-old boy from driving across Australia
Author: 0 Police stop 12-year-old boy from driving across Australia

He was arrested and taken to Broken Hill police station. New South Wales police pulled the boy over at Broken Hill, a remarkable 1300km into his solo roadtrip, after they saw the car's bumper dragging along the road. The trip was scheduled to take about 40 hours and would have gone through the desert of Nullarbor Plain. The country's official tourism site advises visitors to take six days exclusively to get across the Nullarbor on an infamous highway which goes through barren scrubland.