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Todays Headlines

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  • Peru ex-president leaves cadaver as sign of 'contempt' for his enemies: suicide note
  • Peruvian ex-president Alan Garcia wrote in an alleged suicide note read by family members at a wake on Friday that he had killed himself in order to avoid humiliation at the hands of his political enemies.

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  • Militiamen kill senior WHO official in attack on Congo Ebola center
  • Heavily armed militiamen attacked a hospital treating Ebola patients in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on Friday, killing a senior World Health Organization (WHO) epidemiologist and injuring two others, officials said.

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  • Thousands rally in Belgrade to support Serbia's president Vucic
  • Thousands of people from all over Serbia flocked to Belgrade's city center on Friday in a show of support for President Aleksandar Vucic, who has faced five months of opposition protests.

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  • Northern Ireland journalist killed by gunman during riot
  • A 29-year-old Northern Irish journalist was shot dead during rioting in Londonderry overnight, an attack that shocked the region and police said was likely the work of Irish nationalist militants opposed to the 1998 Good Friday peace deal.

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  • Slain Northern Irish journalist, 29, was 'inspiring thinker'
  • A year after moving to Londonderry, celebrated young Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee wrote about how she looked forward to "better times ahead and saying goodbye to bombs and bullets once and for all".

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  • Venezuela's Guaido calls for 'largest march in history' to oust Maduro
  • Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Friday called on supporters to take to the streets on May 1 for what he called "the largest march in the history" of the South American country to keep the pressure on President Nicolas Maduro to leave power.

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  • IMF gives Mozambique $118 million for Cyclone Idai rebuilding
  • The International Monetary Fund will grant Mozambique a $118.2 million credit facility to help it rebuild infrastructure after a devastating cyclone that killed hundreds of people and flattened whole villages, the lender said on Friday.

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  • Pompeo says nothing's changed on North Korea talks: 'It'll be my team"
  • Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said U.S. diplomatic efforts will continue toward the goal of denuclearization of North Korea, a day after a North Korean official said it no longer wanted to deal with him in talks.

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  • More protesters flood Sudan's sit-in to demand civilian rule
  • Hundreds of thousands of protesters massed around a sit-in outside Sudan's Defense Ministry on Friday to demand that the military council that ousted former president Omar al-Bashir last week hand over power to civilians.

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  • Brazil's Bolsonaro no longer against sale of postal service: source
  • Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's resistance to the privatization of the national postal office has been broken, a senior government source told Reuters on Friday asking for anonymity because the matter remains private.

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  • White House says Trump spoke to Libyan commander Haftar on Monday
  • The White House said on Friday that President Donald Trump spoke by phone earlier in the week and discussed "ongoing counterterrorism efforts" with Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar, leader of a military assault on the capital Tripoli in opposition to the internationally recognized government.

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  • Trump's call to Haftar shows U.S. believes in Libyan army role in war on terrorism: spokesman
  • Remarks made by President Donald Trump show that the United States believes in the pivotal role of the Libyan National Army (LNA) in the war against terrorism, Sky News Arabia cited the LNA spokesman as saying on Friday.

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  • Exiled Congo opposition leader's fraud conviction overturned
  • An appeals court has overturned a conviction of exiled Congolese opposition leader Moise Katumbi for real estate fraud, ruling that the trial court had been pressured by former President Joseph Kabila's government, Katumbi's lawyer said on Friday.

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  • Ukrainian presidential candidates trade insults in rowdy stadium debate
  • The two men vying to be Ukraine's next president traded insults in a raucous debate on Friday in front of thousands of supporters before an election that could put a comedian with no political experience in charge of a country at war.

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  • U.S. Mideast plan will not include land transfer from Egypt's Sinai: envoy
  • U.S. President Donald Trump's Middle East peace plan will not involve giving land from Egypt's Sinai peninsula to the Palestinians, an American envoy said on Friday.

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  • Emma Thompson, weeping teenagers join peaceful climate protest in London
  • Film star Emma Thompson joined climate change activists in a central London shopping district on Friday to read poetry praising Earth's bounties, part of five days of protests which clogged the British capital with transport snarl-ups.

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  • Hundreds of thousands back on Algeria's streets, demanding radical reform
  • Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators returned to Algeria's streets on Friday to press demands for sweeping democratic change well beyond former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's resignation, chanting "we do what we want", witnesses said.

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  • Putin ally to Ukraine's probable new leader: Reconcile with Moscow and get territory back
  • Ukraine's new president could regain control over the separatist-controlled east of his country within months and get cheap gas and major investment from Russia if he repairs ties with Moscow, the Kremlin's closest ally in Ukraine said.

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  • Sudan opposition to present candidates for civilian leadership on Sunday
  • Sudan's opposition will present a list of mostly technocratic candidates for a civilian-led transitional council during its sit-in on Sunday, a top opposition leader told Reuters.

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  • Turkey arrests suspected spies for UAE, investigating Khashoggi link
  • Turkey has arrested two suspects who confessed to spying on Arab nationals for the United Arab Emirates, and is investigating whether the arrival in Turkey of one of them was related to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a senior Turkish official said on Friday.

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    Todays Headlines

    You understand by now that this site is dedicated to Heather but we decided to make it more attractive to you to offer Today's Headlines. On this way you stay informed about Heather and also about the things that's going on around the world via this new service at www.heathernova.us. The reason for this is to increase the popularity of Heather ( she really deserves a hit!) and of our Site as well because we offer you the news under your fingertips at http://www.heathernova.us And don't forget: If you like what you see, than support us by telling it to your friends about our Site. On this way you promote Heather and our beautiful site. Thanks for your cooperating and keep visiting us.