Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • The United States and Russia hardened their division on last week’s chemical attack in Syria. The White House accused Russia of engaging in a cover-up, while President Vladimir Putin compared American certainty that the Syrian government was responsible to flawed U.S.
Ending a sexual abuse case in which Pope Francis intervened three years ago, a Spanish court on Tuesday cleared a parish priest in Granada who had been accused of molesting an altar boy.
WASHINGTON — The White House accused the Russian government on Tuesday of engaging in a cover-up of the chemical weapons attack last week by Syrian forces that prompted American missile strikes, saying that United States intelligence and numerous contemporaneous reports confirmed that the Syrians used sarin gas on their own people.
WASHINGTON — President Trump, plainly frustrated by China’s inaction on North Korea, aimed his Twitter feed at Beijing on Tuesday, telling the Chinese government that the United States would exchange trade concessions for support in pressuring Pyongyang.
UPDATE: 1 person is dead and 4 are injured after an explosion at Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Independence – https://t.co/SJT3YLsxCLpic.twitter.com/1Fzq3ddmSk — 41 Action News (@41actionnews) April 11, 2017
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