Sri Lanka troops join hunt for bomb attack suspects

Sri Lanka deployed thousands of additional troops countrywide overnight to help police hunt for suspects in the Easter Sunday suicide blasts that killed nearly 360 people, a spokesman said Thursday. Brigadier Sumith Atapattu said the army increased its deployment by 1,300 to 6,300, with the navy and airforce also deploying 2,000 more personnel. "We are armed with powers to search, seize, arrest and detain under emergency regulations," Atapattu told AFP.
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Muslims flee, Christians grieve in Sri Lankan town torn by violence

Church leaders believe the final toll from the attack on St Sebastian's Church in Negombo could be close to 200, almost certainly making Negombo the deadliest of the six near-simultaneous attacks. On Wednesday, hundreds of Pakistani Muslims fled the multi-ethnic port an hour north of the capital, Colombo. "Right now we don't know where we will go." Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attacks, yet despite Islamic State being a Sunni jihadist group, many of the Muslims fleeing Nego...
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Tesla hit with big loss as car deliveries sputter

Electric carmaker Tesla on Wednesday announced a heavy loss in the first quarter as car deliveries sputtered overseas and a US tax credit that made its prices more attractive was reduced. Tesla produced about 63,000 Model 3 vehicles in the period, an increase of three percent from the same quarter a year earlier but fewer than had been anticipated. Tesla's quarterly loss followed changes to pricing and reversals in the way the company sells vehicles.
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Australia leader plays down terror threat at Gallipoli event

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s prime minister on Thursday played down any potential link between the arrest of a suspected Islamic State group member in Turkey and a World War I battle commemoration attended by hundreds of Australians and New Zealanders at the Gallipoli peninsula. A Syrian national was detained in Tekirdag province before the […]
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Hurricanes stun defending champion Capitals in 2OT in Game 7

WASHINGTON (AP) — Jordan Staal tied it in the third period, Brock McGinn scored in the second overtime and the Carolina Hurricanes stormed back to stun the Washington Capitals 4-3 in Game 7 on Wednesday night to eliminate the defending Stanley Cup champions. McGinn dived to prevent a goal in the final minutes of regulation […]
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Photos: Seattle Sounders vs San Jose Earthquakes

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How To Improve Your Performance Appraisal Method

Every organization has an employee appraisal process that it uses to assess employee performance, document the evaluation data, and recommend reward programs for the deserving people. It is a great… Read more » The post How To Improve Your Performance Appraisal Method appeared first on
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Can the world's royals modernize and maintain their thrones?

There are some 43 countries around the world with reigning monarchs. Some are working to update their image to win -- or maintain -- their country's approval.
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Man Injured In Shooting That Killed Nipsey Hussle Speaks Out For First Time

After being shot beside the rapper in South Los Angeles, Kerry Lathan was arrested on an alleged parole violation.
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Prince William given Maori greeting in New Zealand

The Duke of Cambridge is to meet those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks, where 50 people were killed.
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Prince William given Maori greeting in Christchurch

The Duke of Cambridge is to meet those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks, where 50 people were killed.
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William receives Maori greeting in Christchurch

The Duke of Cambridge is to meet those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks, where 50 people were killed.
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Voters react to Joe Biden entering presidential race

CNN's Randi Kaye sits down with a group of Democratic voters to discuss former Vice President Joe Biden entering the 2020 presidential race.
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Slater, Marks, Gilmore advance at World Surf League event

BELLS BEACH, Australia (AP) — Eleven-time world champion Kelly Slater has advanced from the round of 32 at the Bells Beach World Surf League event, and fellow American Caroline Marks and seven-time world champion Stephanie Gilmore are into the quarterfinals. It was a much improved performance from Slater, who is returning from a lengthy layoff […]
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Joe Biden Holding Kickoff Fundraiser At Comcast Exec’s Home

But he says he won't take money from federal lobbyists.
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Joe Biden’s 2020 Campaign Won’t Take Lobbyist Money

But a day one fundraiser with a Comcast executive shows the limits of his pledge.
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13-Year-Old Houston Girl Dies After Getting Jumped By Classmates While Walking Home From School

Kashala Francis, a 13-year-old girl from Texas, died Wednesday morning (Apr. 24), just days after slipping into a coma after she was jumped by a group of teenage girls.Kashala Francis was walking home from school one day last week and made it just a block from Attucks Middle School in Houston when she was attacked by two teenage girls, according to her mother.A third girl joined in and kicked Kashala in the head while she was being held on the ground.Kashala’s mother, Mamie Jackson, said that wh...
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Ghosn: Tokyo court grants $4.5m bail to former Nissan boss

Carlos Ghosn, who faces financial misconduct charges in Japan, is set be released from custody on bail.
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Franklin Graham Gets Holy Hell After Telling Buttigieg To Repent For Being Gay

Evangelical leader called out for setting aside his biblical principles when it comes to Donald Trump.
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Mueller Report Reveals Trump’s Fixation on Targeting Hillary Clinton

The president repeatedly sought to have Attorney General Jeff Sessions reopen the investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s use of a private email server.
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Nigeria: Data Protection Regulation 2019: An Emerging Frontier In Data Management In Nigeria - Andersen Tax LP

Historically, in Nigeria, the culture and practice of protecting and respecting data privacy is weak.
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UPS Receives 667 Decks Of Cards For Senator Who Said Nurses ‘Play Cards’ At Work

The campaign was in response to Walsh’s April 16 comments about nurses in smaller, rural hospitals.
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Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un hold Vladivostok summit

Top of the agenda is North Korea's denuclearisation following the failed Trump-Kim meeting in Hanoi.
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Singapore: SWIFT MT103 – An Irrevocable Instruction? - Shook Lin & Bok

A defence in illegality would have defeated the Receiving Bank's claim.
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Devin Bush says he would draft Michigan teammate Rashan Gary over himself

Michigan linebacker Devin Bush could easily find himself selected in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday night. If it was up to Bush, there would be at least one player selected before himself. According to Chris Thomas of the Detroit Free Press, Bush said his Michigan teammate – defensive end Rashan Gary – should be drafted before he is this week.
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Hong Kong: IFRS 16 Implementation In Hong Kong Has A Major Impact To Company's Financials, Operations, Key Metrics And Treasury Strategy - TMF Group

The new international accounting standards on treatment of leases will have a serious impact on the financials and operations of many companies in Hong Kong.
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White House says Stephen Miller won't testify on immigration to House Oversight

The White House has informed the House Oversight Committee that aide Stephen Miller will not testify before the panel about his role in President Donald Trump's controversial immigration policies, according to a letter obtained by CNN.
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