What The Associated Press Tweeted On Twitter?

The Associated Press Latest Tweets On Twitter

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After a flood of tweets about Mueller report, Trump stays silent on its release. https://t.co/98PqwewTOg

BREAKING: AP source: Justice Department has told Congress to expect a summary of Robert Mueller's findings within the hour.

Rescue workers evacuate more passengers from a cruise ship that had engine problems off Norway's western coast while authorities prepare to tow the vessel to a nearby port. https://t.co/fC7BUNuD8o

Sudanese officials and activists say an explosive device has killed at least eight children in Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman. https://t.co/jwW2PKTD5K

Muslim community leaders and terrorism experts say New Zealand mosque shooting shows that for too long, terrorism has been seen as a uniquely 'Muslim problem,' @ayaelb writes. https://t.co/UvRwN2IcVX

Death toll from cyclone that hit three southern African countries tops 750 as officials worry about the threat of disease. https://t.co/DH9mDBufSH

Scribbled in black marker on Terance Mann's left shoe was all the inspiration he needed: Mike Cofer, 3-21-19. Full story from @ralphdrussoap on Florida State's emotional Sweet 16 bid. #MarchMadness https://t.co/k6NAq65B3u https://t.co/svN5DQW16G

Indonesia's president opens long-awaited subway in the country's capital aimed at staving off crippling traffic gridlock with comfortable transport facilities. https://t.co/7vdZ12TCqO

The Latest: The leader of the Pheu Thai political party that was ousted as Thailand's government in a 2014 military coup says she's confident of winning election. https://t.co/uIdfEItDGB

As Venezuela's power struggle stretches on, a parallel dispute for control of embassy buildings in the countries recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's true president has taken root. https://t.co/1atspM6tJE

Patriots owner Robert Kraft apologizes after being charged in Florida massage parlor sting, saying "I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans..." https://t.co/dIaift0Rnj

The Islamic State group has lost all territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria, but its shadowy leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still at large. https://t.co/UhSperjxG0

Q&A: The Islamic State group's self-styled caliphate is gone, but the threat it poses remains. https://t.co/lfGDsctMqW

Column: @pnewberry1963 says Izzo's tirade against Michigan State freshman Aaron Henry was embarrassing. #MarchMadness: https://t.co/cIRgsN9chk https://t.co/xpJw7nETfT

What's in the Mueller report? We don't know yet, beyond that no new charges are coming. Attorney General William Barr is preparing to release its "principal findings" soon. https://t.co/TEIuvgFvQf

VIDEO: A Canadian Catholic priest was stabbed in front of dozens of stunned worshippers as he was celebrating mass Friday morning at Montreal's St. Joseph's Oratory. https://t.co/BYkYBnEMXo

BREAKING: Jury reaches verdict in trial of white ex-cop charged with shooting unarmed black teen who fled traffic stop near Pittsburgh. https://t.co/YWRxDP7t9A

BREAKING: Twenty-six dead, 28 injured after tour bus catches fire on a highway in central China, authorities say. https://t.co/qM4GuLYNEw

South Florida sees a boom in 'birth tourism' as pregnant Russian women travel to the United States to give their child American citizenship and privileges. Read more here: https://t.co/j9rRrC7VO3 https://t.co/GwqkBjLuEO

The White House says that all Islamic State held territory in Syria has been "100 percent" eliminated. https://t.co/JYG3WihvCd

Papa John's has a new pitchman: Basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal. https://t.co/s2YZQsrPx3

Tyson Foods is recalling more than 69,000 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips because they may be contaminated with pieces of metal. https://t.co/MZ5BE8KTHw

PHOTO GALLERY: Editor selections from the past week in Asia. https://t.co/jXH6F1xR7l

After the mosque attacks, the young people of Christchurch in New Zealand find solace in an old tradition: a Maori ceremonial dance called the haka. Millions around the world have watched, often moved to tears. https://t.co/A98ASirhXE

North Korean officials say the country could be on the verge of a major food shortage, @EricTalmadge writes. https://t.co/ufWJINmjKQ

BREAKING: U.S. forces say 2 American service members have been killed during an operation in Afghanistan.

The Latest: Prime Minister Mark Rutte says the United Kingdom could now walk out without a deal on April 12. https://t.co/oQzXdJMMi3

BREAKING: US forces say 2 American service members have been killed during an operation in Afghanistan. https://t.co/0ntLSggajZ

PHOTO GALLERY: Editor selections from Latin America and the Caribbean. https://t.co/7bbiRGwdgV

People across New Zealand are observing the Muslim call to prayer a week after 50 people were slaughtered at two mosques. https://t.co/RBAePqLfsM

Long dogged by graft allegations, Brazil's former President Michel Temer is arrested for corruption. By @peterprengaman + @msavarese https://t.co/5xNDLNb0hr

Waves of families are trying to cross the border almost hourly and entering an overtaxed government detention system. https://t.co/mY8dVoc36T

Venezuelan security forces search the homes of 2 key supporters of opposition leader Guaido, who is escalating a campaign to oust President Maduro. https://t.co/yxf45Fxxus

Facebook says its artificial intelligence systems failed to automatically detect the New Zealand mosque shooting video. https://t.co/5WIV1uWkvi

What's being banned and how many guns are affected? A closer look at New Zealand's 'military-style' weapons ban after the mosque attacks. https://t.co/hLDlrejMJJ

South Korean police arrest K-pop singer Jung Joon-young over allegations that he illegally shared sexually explicit videos of women taken without their knowledge or consent. https://t.co/EToWPqZJpw

BREAKING: New Zealand prime minister announces ban on assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and "military style semi-automatic rifles" like those used in attacks on mosques. https://t.co/tKsKhlG31x

BREAKING: New Zealand police say they inadvertently charged mosque terror suspect with murder of person who is still alive

Some 2,000 people are evacuating from part of northern Australia ahead of a powerful cyclone expected to hit on Saturday. https://t.co/4cjJHaFMri

EU's $1.7 billion antitrust fine not likely to hurt Google's business. It involves practices the company says it already ended, and it's just a fraction of the $31 billion profit its parent, Alphabet, made last year. https://t.co/4aLfoG0paC

BREAKING: The Federal Reserve is leaving its key interest rate unchanged and projecting no rate hikes in 2019, dramatically underscoring its plan to be "patient" about any further increases. https://t.co/cOmLQoi6Zn

Prime Minister Theresa May asks the European Union to delay Britain's departure from the bloc until June 30. A delay to Brexit needs approval from all 27 remaining EU member states. https://t.co/BLTvKca0o7

Several Central American asylum seekers tell a judge they're afraid to wait in Mexico under a Trump administration policy as their cases are assessed — they say they will be in danger if they return to their home countries. https://t.co/JVyhDK8gw1

California is pulling the National Guard from the border to help protect against wildfires. They will help clear away trees and brush in forests. https://t.co/pxIXnPp0Ag

Turkey's President Erdogan has been ignoring widespread criticism and again showed excerpts of a video taken by the attacker who killed 50 people in mosques in New Zealand, to denounce what he called rising hatred against Islam. https://t.co/WJr6XOyDLG

Scientists say smoking high-potency marijuana every day increases the chances of psychosis. https://t.co/y4bS5ctLdU

Hollywood Ending: The Walt Disney Co.'s $71.3 billion acquisition of 20th Century Fox nearing completion. https://t.co/X4RaHv3veX

In episode 3 of the @AP mini-documentary “Revolution in Iran,” our reporters recall how they were ordered to leave the country – with no guarantee of safety. Follow our full coverage marking the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution here: https://t.co/Oohkvoy8YC https://t.co/Y1oqYH28zF

Florida prosecutors offer a plea deal to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other men charged with paying for illicit sex at a massage parlor. The men were offered the standard diversion program offered to first-time offenders. https://t.co/3mNVQJs2DR

Newly released documents show FBI was probing President Trump’s fixer, Michael Cohen, far earlier than previously known. https://t.co/8TGAQW7PKK

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