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Crashed F-35 was the first one assembled by Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy – official

The Lockheed Martin F-35 aircraft that crashed over the Pacific Ocean near northern Japan was the first one to have been assembled by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, an Air Self Defence Force official told Reuters on Wednesday.

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Japan, US to continue discussion on Iran sanctions after latest talks

Japan and the US will continue discussions on Iranian sanctions after the latest round of talks, a Japanese government official said Wednesday, which comes after Japanese refiners have already suspended loadings of Iranian oil ahead of the country’s sanctions waiver expiry in early May.

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SDF militia predicts ISIL’s last fight to end imminently

A ferocious assault continued on ISIL’s final enclave on Wednesday as thousands of fighters and their families poured out of the besieged Syrian town of Baghouz.

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Oil prices rise on OPEC supply cuts, U.S. sanctions on Iran, Venezuela

Oil prices rose on Wednesday, pushed up by ongoing supply cuts from producer cartel OPEC and U.S. sanctions against Iran and Venezuela.

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No deal Brexit is still possible, even if lawmakers vote against it

Theresa May will have woken up Wednesday morning hoping she has won back something she lost last night: Her voice.

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France’s President to Make Official Visit to Ethiopia

France”s President Emmanuel Macron will arrive in Addis Ababa Wednesday to begin a two-day official visit to Ethiopia.

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom to place moratorium on the state’s death penalty, source says

Governor Gavin Newsom will impose a moratorium on the state’s death penalty on Wednesday, granting reprieves to all 737 inmates on death row and closing the state’s execution chamber, an administration source said.

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EU-UK Brexit talks failed to reach deal on Tuesday – sources

Talks between European Union and British Brexit negotiators ended after more than three hours in Brussels on Tuesday and will resume on Wednesday, sources from both sides said.

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Who’s Investigating Justin Trudeau — and What Do They Hope to Find?

In Canada, the House of Commons’ justice committee generally goes about its work in earnest obscurity. Jody Wilson-Raybould, a former cabinet minister, dramatically changed that with her appearance on Wednesday, which stretched on for almost four hours.

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Trump promises North Korea ‘AWESOME’ future ahead of nuclear talks

US President Donald Trump touted North Korea’s “AWESOME” future if his “friend” Kim Jong Un, whom he meets for a high-stakes dinner later Wednesday, agrees to give up his nuclear arsenal.

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Trump, Kim to hold 2nd summit, focus on denuclearization

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are set to kick off their second face-to-face dialogue Wednesday evening in Vietnam’s capital Hanoi, with analysts watching whether Kim will commit to concrete denuclearization measures.

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Three Cabinet Ministers Vow to Back Brexit Delay to Avoid No-Deal

Amber Rudd, David Gauke and Greg Clark will reportedly vote to extend Article 50 in defiance of UK PM Theresa May if her deal doesn’t get enough votes on Wednesday.

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Spanish PM may call snap general election if budget rejected

Spain’s socialist government could be forced to call a snap general election if rightwing parties and Catalan secessionists make good on their threats to reject the national budget in a key vote on Wednesday.

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Amnesty accuses UAE of diverting arms to ‘militias’ in Yemen

Amnesty International accused the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday of diverting arms supplied by Western and other states to “unaccountable militias accused of war crimes” in Yemen, Reuters reports.

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US envoy heads to North Korea to prepare for second Trump-Kim summit

The U.S. special envoy for North Korea will be traveling to Pyongyang on Wednesday to prepare for President Donald Trump’s second summit with leader Kim Jong Un.

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Venezuelan Senior Official Says Guaido Acknowledged Being Under US Govt Pressure

Jorge Rodriguez, Venezuelan vice-president for communications, culture, and tourism, claimed on Sunday that Juan Guaido, who declared himself the country’s interim president on Wednesday, had acknowledged that he was pressured by US politicians.

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