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Author: 0 Serena Williams Is Pregnant, Due In The Fall

For fans and friends the announcement underscored Williams' superwoman status. Williams is aiming for a return to competitive action in 2018, having apparently won the Australian Open while carrying her baby if a "20 week" timeline she suggested in a since-deleted Snapchat post is accurate.

Author: 0 Trudeau defends supply management, wants 'fact' based trade talk with US

On the contrary, David MacNaughton claims that Canada doesn't have any protection policy towards the Dairy farmers and has made every attempt to keep them out of the USA market by adding many technical barriers. Donald Trump made a statement that Canada has been very unfair towards the dairy farmers and they would take some actions against it. Bernier calls supply management a cartel, a phrase his competitor Erin O'Toole says turns farming families into nothing more than political props.

Global Media Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts
Author: 0 Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts

In an unusual move, Ortega Diaz broke with the government in the immediate days after the decision to denounce it as a "rupture" of the constitutional order. Gunmen killed two more people during political unrest in Venezuela on Monday, bringing the total number of deaths to 12 this month, as anti-government protests entered a fourth week with mass "sit-ins" to press for early elections.

Global Media Russia vows to get Ukrainian separatists to comply with deal
Author: 0 Russia vows to get Ukrainian separatists to comply with deal

Washington's recent accusations that Moscow supplies the Taliban with weapons are unprofessional and baseless, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, adding that the USA has not provided any evidence. A suspected chemical attack left 87 dead, including many children, in rebel-held territory in Idlib province on April 4, with the West accusing Moscow's ally Syrian President Bashar Al Assad of being responsible.

Global Media Canadian PM responds to lumber tariffs imposed by the US
Author: 0 Canadian PM responds to lumber tariffs imposed by the US

The decision to impose new tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber could cause a slight price increase on the product in the United States, Ross said in a press briefing on Tuesday. "Now is not the time to capitulate, now is the time to stand tough and defend an economic engine of the Canadian economy". The Canadian dollar weakened to C$1.3613 to the greenback, or 73.46 US cents, almost a full Canadian cent weaker than Monday's close.

Author: 0 North Korea marks military anniversary with firing drill

Trump outlined security concerns to the visiting diplomats, singling out Syria and North Korea. "North Korea is conducting a large-scale firing drill in Wonsan areas this afternoon", the South's Office of Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement .

Author: 0 Canadian lumber tariff could make building homes more costly

But Walker said in a news release Tuesday that he spoke with Trump Monday and Tuesday about the Wisconsin farmers seeking help after being dropped after a change in Canada's pricing policy for domestic milk evaporated the demand for us milk.

Global Media Campaign begins as UK MPs vote for early election
Author: 0 Campaign begins as UK MPs vote for early election

She said that Theresa May had acted not for the interests of Britain as she claimed but for the Conservative Party and herself by calling early general elections. A choice of stability and a clear vision for Brexit provided by Theresa May and the Conservative Party, or the other choice, a Labour Party lead by Jeremy Corbyn with no clear vision on Brexit and a party that can not unite behind him.

Global Media Millions Stolen in 'Robbery of the Century'
Author: 0 Millions Stolen in 'Robbery of the Century'

Police inspect a boat that assailants used to escape after a massive armored vehicle company robbery, in the Parana River, border with Brazil and Paraguay. Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes ordered the military to bring order to Ciudad del Este, long known as a hub for trafficking counterfeit goods, drugs and weapons - regional police chief was also fired.

Global Media Halliburton Gains From Rising Oil Well Completions in North America
Author: 0 Halliburton Gains From Rising Oil Well Completions in North America

HSBC Securities Initiated its coverage for Halliburton Company (HAL ) in a note sent to investors on 19-Apr-17. Halliburton Company shares decreased -4.28 percent over the past week and fell -5.95 percent over the previous month. Halliburton said on Monday it expects revenue in its completion and production unit to increase in the upper teens in percentage terms in the second quarter, with margins expected to increase by 275-325 basis points.

Author: 0 Sabers Rattle Amid Korean Standoff, White House to Brief Senators

The exercises came at a time when Seoul announced its participation in naval maneuvers with a USA aircraft carrier that arrived in the region which has been tense recently. At the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Tuesday, U.S. lawmakers probed experts on the potential consequences of a pre-emptive U.S. military strike on North Korea.

Author: 0 Gov't shutdown, health bill rescue at stake in Congress

Trump, who's still vowing to build his wall, now claims it will keep out heroin, but that's unrealistic. The threat of a US government shutdown this weekend appeared to recede on Tuesday after President Donald Trump backed away from a demand that Congress include funding for his planned border wall with Mexico in a spending bill.

Author: 0 U.S. military begins moving THAAD missile defence to South Korea site

The U.S. military started moving parts of the controversial THAAD anti-missile defence system to a deployment site in South Korea on Wednesday amid high tensions over North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes. United States defence leaders and other top officials are to give a classified briefing on North Korea to all senators in an unusual meeting at the White House later Wednesday.

Global Media PDP Pulwama District President Abdul Gani Dar Killed By Terrorists
Author: 0 PDP Pulwama District President Abdul Gani Dar Killed By Terrorists

He died of wounds at SMHS Hospital in Srinagar, where massive student protests led to the closure of all educational institutions which had only reopened on Monday after five days. An official statement said all universities, colleges and higher secondary (Class 12 level) schools would open for academic activities in the valley on Monday.

Author: 0 French vote for Macron, Le Pen; mainstream politics out

Macron received his 24 percent share of the vote and Le Pen took home 21.5 percent, which is consistent with the National Front's performance since 2012, although six points lower than the party's score in the regional elections in 2015. "The far- right would divide France, stigmatize some of our citizens because of their origin or their religion", Hollande said , adding: "Faced with such a risk, we must not remain silent.

Global Media LEADING OFF: Braves open new park, Moreland near double mark
Author: 0 LEADING OFF: Braves open new park, Moreland near double mark

On Friday, Atlanta Braves fans enjoyed the opening of SunTrust Park and the entertainment around the brand new stadium. United States Navy fighter jets fly over SunTrust Park during the national anthem before a baseball game between the Atlanta Braves and the San Diego Padres in Atlanta , Friday, April 14, 2017 .

Author: 0 Watchdog says ASEAN must stand vs. killings in Philippines

The personnel to be deployed will provide security and assistance to the delegates from the Aseanmemฌber nations, dialogue partners, observer states and their respective delegations. Albayalde also said they have not monitored any threats to the ASEAN Summit. However, Jose did not deny that the South China Sea dispute and the conflict on the Korean Peninsula could be mentioned by President Jokowi in the summit.

Global Media EU Commission throws weight behind Macron in French election
Author: 0 EU Commission throws weight behind Macron in French election

France's first round in its presidential election Sunday resulted in the rejection of the long-established political order as outsiders Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen advanced to the May 7 runoff. In the first round of the vote Macron won 23.9% and Le Pen received 21.4%. Ms Le Pen launched the first broadside of the run-off campaign, claiming her opponent is "weak" in the face of Islamist terrorism during a walkabout in Rouvroy.