He praised the Chinese president for efforts to resolve the dispute with the North but cautioned that such diplomatic efforts might fail.Scientists say that efforts to save the small porpoise in the Gulf of California have essentially failed, and some believe there may be only two or three left.The demonstrators, who threw chairs, wounded three other lawmakers and attacked journalists, were protesting the election of a new speaker.The sentence effectively prevents Mr. Li, who has represented some of China's best-known dissidents and activists, from practicing law in the near future, rights groups said.The president's comment about Thaad, which is being deployed to defend against North Korea, shook the South's presidential race ahead of the election in May.Here's what you need to know to start your day.The small Coptic Catholic church's battle to obtain a license highlights the enduring discrimination against Christians codified in Egyptian law.The Times spent months with several Syrian refugee families as they navigated integration into Weimar, Germany. In 360, step inside the home of Sarah, a German, and Omar, a refugee, to see how they are adjusting.The draft legislation agreed on in the lower house of Parliament aims to prevent civil servants, judges and soldiers from wearing full-face veils at work.At a rally in Nice the far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen depicted her centrist opponent, Emmanuel Macron, as an unpatriotic out-of-touch banker.Here's what you need to know to start your day.Francis wants Egyptian leaders to ensure minority rights for Christians, after two bombings on Palm Sunday killed more than 40 people.The 27-year-old was charged with planning a terrorist attack, rekindling anxiety about the deadly assault on March 22 that was also near Parliament.The plan would cut nickel production by half in the country, the world's top nickel exporter. Mining companies are joined by indigenous tribes in opposing the plan.A disclosure by lawmakers also reveals that the former national security adviser is under investigation by the Defense Department.The ruling cemented a legal victory for human rights advocates and Mr. Habre's victims that could be used to prosecute dictators around the world.
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Yet when it came time for... For 30 years, Guadalupe PA(c)rez Castillo was trapped in a life of forced labor. Now she is free, but faces new challenges overcoming the trauma of her past.aI hope thereas a lot more to go before we have a preemptive strike,a he saidDuring their annual convention Friday"As soon as we have the votes, we'll vote on it"What his 10 most popular tweets revealHere's what got everyone talking the mostTrump said that he operates under the assumption that Kim Jong Un is arational.a But backed into a corner, is Trump willing to bet nuclear apocalypse on that?After a two-year downturn and the worst political scandal in its history, Brazil finally looks headed in a promising directionHe also said he's still adjusting to the limitations on his personal movement and the 24-hour protectionWithout extradition treaties, the state-sanctioned "doxxing" is meant to pressure the individuals into giving themselves upThe Taliban dubbed their offensive "Operation Mansouri," named for their leader killed last year in a U.S. strike.Police say a 48-year-old Florida man used a pipe wrench to beat his pregnant wife to death in front of their four children after an argument over whether the baby was his.The Latest on the final execution in Arkansas before the state's supply of a lethal injection drug expires at the end of the month (all times local): 6:25 a.m.Kids being treated at Children's National Medical Center in Washington now have a new way to forget about their troubles.Immigrant groups and their allies have joined forces to carry out marches, rallies and protests in cities nationwide next week to mark May Day, saying there's renewed momentum to fight back against Trump administration policies.About 20 hours after he fatally shot a state trooper, a Delaware man was shot to death after an overnight standoff with police, but authorities haven't given a motive for his actions.The last of four Arkansas executions over an eight-day period has prompted calls for investigations after the inmate lurched and convulsed while strapped to the gurney.Arkansas executed a fourth inmate in eight days.The lawyer for the Arkansas death row inmate who was killed by lethal injection on Thursday has called on an investigation into the execution after it was reported that his client lurched and convulsed after he was administered the fatal drugs.Arkansas has put to death its fourth inmate in eight days, in what is now the most aggressive execution schedule since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976.China has threatened Pyongyang with sanctions if the rogue government continues to disregard calls to stop conducting nuclear tests, which are seen as a provocation to its regional neighbors and the U.S, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.Witnesses say an Arkansas inmate who was the last in the state to be put to death before one of the state's lethal injection drugs expires lurched and convulsed on the gurney before he died Thursday night.Eleven mostly young people have been found dead in two New York suburbs since the start of the school year.Attorney General Jeff Sessions plans to visit one of the suburbs on New York's Long Island that is in the grip of fear from a violent street gang with Central American ties, MS-13.Authorities say a Connecticut man is under arrest after massive amounts of explosive black powder were found in nearly every room of his home, enough to potentially blow up his entire block.The U.S. Supreme Court says it won't stop Arkansas from executing Kenneth Williams, rejecting claims that the inmate is intellectually disabled and ineligible for the death penalty.An off-duty Border Patrol agent is being investigated for possibly starting a large wildfire in southern Arizona while target shooting last weekend, authorities said Thursday.Hundreds of people gathered Thursday near the University of California, Berkeley campus to protest a canceled appearance by conservative speaker Ann Coulter, with at least 6 arrests reported so far.The family of a 16-year-old Tennessee high school student has filed a lawsuit against Roane County Schools and the contractor who employed a female janitor accused of raping the boy during school hours.Indonesia's main Muslim women's group has issued an edict against child marriage, urging the government of the world's most populous Muslim nation to increase the legal minimum age for females to marry from 16 to 18 years.The Latest on U.S. efforts to curb North Korea's nuclear program (all times local): 7:35 a.m.Germany's Interior Ministry says it will "leave no stone unturned" in trying to determine how a Bundeswehr soldier who spoke no Arabic managed to register as a Syrian asylum seeker.Turkey's prime minister says the governing party will be inviting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to rejoin its ranks on May 2.The chief of the international chemical weapons watchdog says his team of experts is ready and willing to travel to the site of a deadly nerve gas attack in Syria if their safety can be assured.Poland's ruling party says it is halting a plan to expand the capital city following protests, saying it needs more consultation with the people.Portugal's economy continues to rebound from its recent crisis, with the unemployment rate in February falling to an eight-year low of 9.9 percent.Israeli media are reporting that police have questioned an American businessman as part of a corruption probe involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Norwegian authorities say a man who was among five Russian tourists who went through the ice in Svalbard fjord on a snowmobile trek remains in an unstable critical condition.Britain's economic growth slowed in the three months through March as concerns about the U.K.'s impending exit from the European Union hurt consumer spending.The Latest on the investigation into a Red Bull energy-drink heir accused in a fatal 2012 hit-and-run in Thailand (all times local): 5:50 p.m.Chinese state media have published the names and addresses of 22 people overseas sought by Chinese anti-corruption investigators in an unusual name-and-shame campaign.Hungary's government says construction has been completed on a second fence on the border with Serbia meant to stop any surge in the flow of migrants toward Western Europe.A British Royal Marine commando who fatally shot an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan has been released from prison after his murder conviction was downgraded to manslaughter.Souleymane Guengueng was barely able to walk or see when the prison doors swung open and he and hundreds of others were released in Chad in 1990 after dictator Hissene Habre fled.A Danish prosecutor has charged six men with violating Danish terrorism laws by joining the Islamic State group from 2013 to 2016.The Latest on Pope Francis' visit to Egypt (all times local): 11:55 a.m.A Turkish official says an American man has been arrested after crossing the border from Syria and handing himself over to the authorities.Alarm over North Korea's nuclear ambitions and intensifying standoff with the United States, and tensions over China's assertive territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea are under the spotlight at an annual summit of Southeast Asian nations in Manila.The father of a blogger who was killed this week in the Maldives says his son received death threats for months from local gangs who appeared to hold radical religious views.Friday, President Trump is due to become the first president since Ronald Reagan in 1983 to address the Annual Meeting of the National Rifle Association. If his speech in Atlanta registers a fraction of the impact of Reagan's it will mark another milestone in this Indian summer of gun rights, writes Dominic Erdozain.Arkansas executed its fourth inmate in a week late Thursday, ending a frantic schedule caused by the looming expiration of the state's supply of lethal injection drugs.Two Michigan doctors and a medical office manager were indicted Wednesday by a Detroit grand jury in the first federal female genital mutilation case in the United States.A former soldier and her boyfriend are facing felony charges after police say she tied her service dog to a tree and shot it several times in the head while her boyfriend videotaped the act.The battle over a government shutdown appears to be mostly over for now, with the push for border wall funding sidelined and Democrats saying President Donald Trump's administration will continue paying for subsidies for low-income Americans as part of Obamacare.Same.It's not obvious. She has burns to 50 of her body.Doctors advised her not to get the operation done.The judge couldn't help himself from making a joke. He apparently made the comments in an interview in 2000.As you do...He added that the US must assume that Kim Jong Un is intending on launching nuclear attacks.Grenades and chairs were thrown as demonstrators stormed the buildingNorth Koreaas propaganda footage also shows US warships falling victim to a storm of rockets.He got annoyed when a manager interrupted his lap dance to tell him about his daughter.Daniel Eisenman is every new parent's saviour.Kenneth Williams, 38, was given the lethal injection for killing a former deputy warden. Their daughter shared this moving picture of him keeping her company. British police said on Friday they had thwarted an active terrorism plot after a woman was shot during an armed raid on a house in north London.Former US President Barack Obama is reportedly charging $400,000 for an appearance and speech. Pranksters swamped US President Donald Trump's new immigrant crime hotline to report UFOs and alien sightings on its first day.The death toll from the truck attack in Stockholm earlier this month rose to five on Friday after a woman died from her injuries in hospital, police said.Philippine police sacked the chief of a Manila police station on Friday and launched an investigation after a human rights group responding to a tip-off found a secret cell that was illegally holding drug suspects without charge. Police in Thailand say they have obtained an arrest warrant for an heir to the Red Bull energy drink fortune accused of a deadly hit-and-run accident. The portrait reinvented the image of the famous novelist.Itas fair to say the Leicester defender doesnat have much sympathy for Sanchez.The sprawling US investigation into bribery and corruption in international football has reached into Asia and claimed the first guilty plea from a senior official in the new Fifa leadership.South Korea said it has no plan to renegotiate a bilateral trade deal with the US, or to pay for the US missile defence system being deployed on its territory, contradicting claims by Donald Trump.Whose three-and-a-bit months have been worse?The German parliament has approved a government proposal to ban the wearing of full-face veils for public servants while they are at work.Rebel Wilson is suing an Australian publisher for defamation over a series of magazine articles the actress has said cost her movie roles by painting her as a serial liar.France's troubled wartime past is taking centre stage in the presidential race as centrist Emmanuel Macron visits a Nazi massacre site and Marine Le Pen's far-right party suffers a new blow over alleged Holocaust denial.A man has been found clutching his dead girlfriend's body 47 days after they got lost trekking in the Himalayas.The reasoning behind the quick-fire killings has been called aclose to randoma.It was a busy day for counter-terrorism police.A human rights group has expressed concern over brutal attacks in India by self-appointed "cow protectors" against Muslims and lower castes over rumours that they sold, bought or killed cows for beef.A witness has described the moment anti-terror officers opened fire on his neighbour's home followed by a woman in a burka being taken out on a stretcher.A woman in her sixties who was injured in the April 7 truck attack in Stockholm has died, raising the death toll to five.Sony has reported a January-March profit of 27.7 billion yen (APS194 million) on the back of healthy sales of image sensors, PlayStation 4 game software and batteries for mobile devices, marking a recovery from its red ink a year ago.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain doesnat think so.Happy Ed Balls Day, everyone!Election chiefs in Turkey have defended their decision to validate some disputed ballots cast during the country's referendum on boosting presidential powers.Donald Trump has admitted he thought being US President would "be easier", feels like he lives in a cocoon and he misses being able to drive.US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said that China has threatened to impose sanctions on North Korea if it conducts further nuclear tests.Arkansas has concluded its execution schedule, putting to death its fourth inmate in eight days.US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said that China has threatened to impose sanctions on North Korea if it conducts further nuclear tests.Macedonia's president has called an emergency meeting hours after demonstrators - mostly supporters of the country's dominant conservative party - invaded parliament and assaulted opposition MPs.The UN human rights office has said it is "deeply troubled" by four executions over eight days in Arkansas under an accelerated timetable based on the looming expiration of a sedative used in the procedure.South Korea and the United States warned Pyongyang yesterday that they would take "swift punitive measures" in the face of a threat, as North Korea released a video of the White House being destroyed in a missile attack.A neuroscientist claims he will be able to "wake up" people who have been cryogenically frozen within three years, by transferring their brains to donor bodies.Donald Trump launched a furious attack on the Democrats in a flurry of tweets yesterday, accusing the party of trying to bring about a government "shut down" and damage America. Foreign fighters are being used by retreating Isil group commanders to commit atrocities during desperate fighting for Mosul, the international military coalition battling the terror group has said. An apparent Israeli missile attack on a Syrian military installation near Damascus International Airport shook the capital early yesterday and raised tensions between the two hostile neighbours.The US president also says China's Xi Jinping is "trying very hard" to end the North Korea crisis.Indonesia, a majority Muslim country, has among the highest number of child brides in the world.A Bangladeshi toddler is going home after Australian doctors reconstructed her pelvic area.EU leader Donald Tusk says Brexit talks must focus on "people, money and Ireland" - not future trade.Vorayuth Yoovidhaya is accused of knocking down and killing a policeman while speeding in 2012.Lawmakers have only hours to pass a bill that will temporarily extend federal funding.Mr Trump says he misses life before he was elected - and social media users couldn't agree more.The visit of Francis comes three weeks after deadly bomb attacks on two Coptic Christian churches.The social network says it has seen highly organised attempts to manipulate information on the site.Scores are injured in fights after an ethnic Albanian was elected parliamentary speaker.The ordained Christian minister was put to death despite a plea for mercy from his victim's daughter.Marine Le Pen's replacement as National Front leader quits over alleged remarks about the Holocaust.Footage broadcast in North Korea shows leader Kim Jong-Un inspecting a military exercise on 25 April.Get the lowdown on Iran's presidential election.The tasty pop-up pop-art museum features a pool filled with 100m sprinkles.Donald Trump has spoken about what he misses about his life before he was president.Ten Donald Trump impersonators have competed in Los Angeles to win a comedy club contract.A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Five thingsIran is holding elections for its next president on 19 May - here are five reasons to be interested.As President Trump raises possibility of "major conflict," a look at the U.S. military options against regimeKenneth Williams' lawyer called it "horrifying" but governor's office downplaying movements some saw as signs of distress; critics calling for probeYour world in 90 secondsWe look at U.S. military options on N. Korea as Trump team focuses diplomacy on U.N., and we get a GOP lawmaker's view of Mexico borderTillerson to chair Security Council meeting aimed at getting members -- mainly China -- to force Kim Jong Un into talks, and avoid warPresident opens up in wide-ranging interview ahead of his 100th day in officeWe look at U.S. military options on N. Korea as Trump team focuses diplomacy on U.N., and we get a GOP lawmaker's view of Mexico borderPresident Trump suffered another setback in Congress when House leaders put off a vote on the newest plan to repeal Obamacare. Congress will vote Friday on a short-term budget extension to keep the government from shutting down Saturday. Margaret Brennan reports.As President Trump raises the real possibility of "major conflict" with North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs, the U.S. is putting on a show of force intended to convince the regime that it doesn't stand a chance against the American military. There's no doubt who would win, but the destruction would be horrendous for both sides. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.President Trump warns of a potential "major conflict" with North Korea but says he wants to negotiate. Also, Republicans say they're still not ready to vote on the latest plan to replace Obamacare. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.The investigation comes after a series of lawsuits and high-profile departures from the networkKenneth Williams' lawyer called it "horrifying" but governor's office downplaying movements some saw as signs of distress; critics calling for probeHow does President Trump's first 100 days compare to those of his predecessors? Historian Christopher Capozzola joins "Red & Blue" to discuss.Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is the subject of five investigations over his ties to foreign governments. CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris and Molly Hooper of The Hill join "Red & Blue" to discuss.As President Trump's 100th day in office approaches, what can the White House claim as a win? "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Alex Wagner joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano on "Red & Blue" for a look at what Mr. Trump has accomplished and how his first few months in office compare to that of President Obama.President Trump is nearing the end of his 100-day milestone. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano on "Red & Blue" for a look back at Mr. Trump's first few months in office and what we should look for in the next 100 days.As President Trump nears his 100th day in office, Democrats are threatening to shut down the government over Obamacare. USA Today's Washington correspondent Paul Singer joins CBSN to discuss the White House agenda amid the Michael Flynn investigation.Pentagon investigates Michael Flynn; History of the first 100 daysCleveland Browns began filling holes by grabbing Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett with draft's first pickAdult survivors of a cult called The Family are speaking out -- sharing their terrifying tales from childhood. Correspondent Peter Van Sant has more on their stories -- and the worldwide search for their leader, Anne Hamilton-Byrne, in a special "48 Hours" airing Saturday, April 29 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.Nate Butkus is a 6-year-old science nut whose hit podcast is bringing some of the top brains in science to the studio for a chat. Dean Reynolds has more.The crash test dummy was designed nearly 50 years ago, when the average American man stood 5 feet 9 inches and weighed 170 pounds. But as Americans have expanded, crash test dummies will, too, to ensure that cars are safe for the modern age. Kris Van Cleave has more.United Airlines settled with Dr. David Dao, the passenger who was violently dragged off a plane in Chicago, for an undisclosed amount. The airline also announced various changes to its bumping procedures, among other reforms. Don Dahler reports.After showing signs of life, the Republican plan to replace Obamacare may be back on life support. A compromise that got the most conservative House members on board is causing moderates to pull their support. Nancy Cordes reports.As President Trump raises the possibility of "major conflict," a look at the U.S. military options against North KoreaAs President Trump raises the real possibility of "major conflict" with North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs, the U.S. is putting on a show of force intended to convince the regime that it doesn't stand a chance against the American military. There's no doubt who would win, but the destruction would be horrendous for both sides. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.Tillerson to chair Security Council meeting aimed at getting members -- mainly China -- to force Kim Jong Un into talks, and avoid warS. Korea says "no pre-talks" about bilateral trade deal Trump bashed, and contradicts him on THAAD system aimed at North KoreaPresident calls emergency talks hours after lawmakers besieged by demonstrators, reducing parliament into brawlSuspects detained on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts, but cops say not linked to man arrested near Parliament day earlierSays this yearas push will include efforts to build its political baseTwo American servicemembers were killed in Afghanistan in the same area the U.S. dropped a massive bomb targeting terrorists. David Martin reports on the aftermath of the battle and details on the mission that aimed to take out several senior ISIS leaders.President Trump changed course and said he will try to negotiate a better NAFTA. Mr. Trump spoke with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after floating the possibility of pulling out of the trading bloc. Major Garrett reports.President Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is now the target of a Defense Department investigation, new documents show. According to letters released by Congress, Flynn may have taken money from Russia while maintaining his security clearance. Jeff Pegues reports.Army rangers killed in province where earlier this month U.S. dropped massive amother of all bombsa
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