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Source: ABC News

Before he was a candidate, Pete Buttigieg was voted 'most likely' to be president

Sunday 08:58 GMT

He’s now hoping to eventually take over for "Mayor Pete" at South Bend City Hall and Buttigieg even has a "James Mueller for mayor" sign on his front lawn. Buttigieg, 37, a self-proclaimed "millennial mayor," speaks six languages and claims to be the antithesis of President Donald Trump.

He later added, "Up until recently this is not exactly what I had in mind for how I would spend my eighth year as mayor and 38th year in this world, but we live in a moment that compels us each to act."

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Source: ABC News

'Start Here': Hundreds killed in Sri Lanka, Democrats ponder impeachment proceedings, Ukrainian comedian elected president

Tuesday 08:59 GMT

A series of bombings in Sri Lanka targeting Christians and tourists killed at least 290 and wounded more than 500 on Easter Sunday.

Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky rose to prominence playing the role of a teacher who accidentally becomes president after a rant against corruption goes viral.

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Source: The Guradian

Japanese city gets its first ever female politician

Wednesday 06:04 GMT

Misuzu Ikeda has struck a rare blow for Japanese women in politics by becoming the first female candidate to be elected to the local assembly in the southern city of Tarumizu.

The election marked the first time a female candidate had stood for a Tarumizu seat for 20 years, and the first time two women had run for the legislature. Noting that she was the first assemblywoman in the city’s 61-year history, the former tax office employee promised to work towards a society “where residents feel cared about”, according to the Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

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Source: The Guradian

Cardinals select multi-sport star Kyler Murray as No1 pick in NFL draft

Today 04:15 GMT

Defying NFL custom and at least temporarily creating a quarterback quandary, the Arizona Cardinals led off the NFL draft on Thursday night by selecting Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, the Heisman Trophy winner.

NFL teams simply don’t do that, but with a new coach in college-trained Kliff Kingsbury, the Cardinals made the bold move. For the second time in a year, Arizona went for a quarterback, having moved up from 15th overall to 10th in 2018 to grab Josh Rosen.


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