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  Nuclear terrorist attack would 'change our world', says Obama

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Apr.1   Washington  
  The threat from terrorists trying to launch a nuclear attack that would 'change our world' is real, President Barack Obama has said
Apr.9   Mountain States  
  Bernie Sanders has won the latest stage in the battle for the Democratic nomination in the US presidential poll by securing victory in Wyoming
Apr.12   House of Representatives   Paul Ryan rules out 2016 presidential bid  US House Speaker Paul Ryan has officially ruled out making a late attempt to become the Republican presidential nominee Apr.19   New York     Trump and Clinton victorious in NY
  Donald Trump earns a decisive victory in home state, potentially capturing all 95 delegates. Hillary is ending a string of victories by Bernie Sanders
Apr.27   Washington     Trump details 'America First' foreign plan  Donald Trump has detailed his foreign policy in a speech, a day after sweeping to a win in five US primaries Apr.29   Washington   Kunduz hospital bombing 'not a war crime' says Pentagon
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  A US air strike that destroyed a medical charity's clinic in northern Afghanistan, killing 42 people, was not a war crime, the Pentagon has said
Apr.30   Washington   Syria conflict: US seeks to de-escalate fighting
  The United States says it is working on specific initiatives to de-escalate fighting in Syria and revive a nationwide cessation of hostilities

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