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Two More Gaza Arab Infiltrators Caught

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The infiltrations also come ahead of the " March of Return ", a protest being organized by Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad in the coming days. "Seventy years ago we left and today we have chose to return to our country", he told AFP . They have erected dozens of tents at five locations along the border. Read More »

Russia Kemerovo fire: Shopping centre exits 'were blocked'

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The Ekho Mosvky radio station quoted witnesses who said the fire alarm did not go off and that the staff in the mall in Kemerovo did not organize the evacuation. The shopping mall, a former cake factory, had few windows or doors. In 2009, 156 were killed in a nightclub fire in the city of Perm, 1,200 kilometres east of Moscow in one of the deadliest accidents in Russia's modern history. Read More »

Stormy Daniels can't depose Trump, judge rules

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Her attorney Michael Avenatti said he plans to re-file the request once attorneys for Trump and his personal lawyer , Michael Cohen , file their formal response to Daniels' lawsuit trying to nullify a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) she signed a year ago. Read More »

Pope washes feet of inmates at Regina Coeli prison

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Joseph, who attended the celebration with his wife and daughter, said that some of the believers will also go on pilgrimage to other churches after the service to visit the Eucharist there. In his final comments to the prison director, who is a woman, Pope Francis spoke about the death penalty, saying: "Each punishment has to be open to the horizon of hope and so the death penalty is neither Christian nor humane", he said. Read More »

Threats and bribes help Sisi to 92% of Egypt vote

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President Sisi is being criticized for not letting other opponents run in the presidential election except for Mousa Mostafa Mousa.The Media in Egypt accuse that Mousa Mostafa Mousa is running as a supporting candidate. There were also reports that some people were offered incentives of money and food to cast their ballots, or promised improved public services. Twenty-three million voted for Sisi. Read More »

Safari tourist's close encounter with a cheetah

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One of the cheetahs jumped on the hood of the Land Cruiser and another ventured inside. With their collective attention fixated, the group weren't watching when a second cheetah jumped into the back. After sniffing around and chewing on the seats, the animals left Hayes unharmed. This helped keep the cheetah at ease while it was exploring the vehicle. Read More »

Charlotte Hall Man Arrested in Connection with Several Thefts from Autos

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He has been placed on administrative leave, which is standard after officer-involved shootings . Brooklyn Police Chief Scott Mielke said Cleveland police arrested Camacho. Several police officers then began chasing after Daychild on foot. On January 18th, 2018 an unknown suspect pushed an 83-year-old woman to the ground and forcibly took her auto keys from her hand. Read More »

Wisconsin students take gun protest on road to Ryan district

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Ryan was successful in ushering the massive tax bill through the House, which President Trump signed into law in December. "Now in 2018 we've reached a period in time where we the young people of this country are being told that ending gun violence in the U.S.is impossible, our dreams are too big and we don't know what were talking about", Eder said. Read More »

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to dismiss 7 Russian diplomats over Salisbury attack

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The alliance will also deny pending accreditation requests for three others, and reduce the maximum size of the mission to 20 people, down from 30, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said at a press conference. Belgium followed suit, saying it would expel one Russian diplomat. Bulgaria, which has so far refrained from ordering any Russians out, said it has recalled its ambassador to Moscow for "consultations". Read More »

Slain Hopkinsville Police Officer identified

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At this time, details of the shooting have not been released. "Christian County Emergency Management shared on Facebook that the suspect is 35-year-old James Kennith Decoursey, a white male, 6'1" weighing 260 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. Read More »

US Congressman Seeks to Block Citizenship Question From 2020 Census

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Including a citizenship question will significantly reduce participation leading to inaccurate population data, which could have significant negative impacts here in Vermont and across the country. The U.S. Department of Commerce announced Monday it would reinstate a question about citizenship status in the upcoming census, which has not been part of the U.S. Read More »

Mayawati snubs BJP, says BSP- SP alliance will remain intact

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On Monday, she announced that the party would not put her party cadres in line for any upcoming bypolls in Uttar Pradesh, as reported by Times Now. "Bahujan Samaj Party will not activate its cadres in any bypoll in future, the way it did it in Gorakhpur and Phulpur,"the BSP said in a statement, released after a meeting between Mayawati and party's district and zonal coordinators". Read More »

Woman's first lottery ticket on 18th birthday wins big jackpot

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Then she decided that, based on her age, she would accept the lifetime annuity, according to local news reports. She plans on traveling and exploring her passion for photography. Patrice Lavoie, a spokesperson for the lottery corporation, called it a "great start in life" for a "kind, down-to-earth and well-advised young lady". Read More »

Brown Wants More Commitment From Trump On Infrastructure

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President Donald Trump used what was billed as an infrastructure event on Thursday to instead deliver a politically tinged address that veered from foreign policy to Republicans' prospects in upcoming elections to the reboot of Roseanne Barr's sitcom. Read More »

Donald Trump: Kim Jong Un looking forward to meeting me

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President Donald Trump says his $200 billion federal infrastructure initiative is "probably" going to be delayed until after the November midterm elections. She worked for the Trump organization before serving as the Trump campaign's one-woman press shop and has been working at the White House since Trump's inauguration. Read More »

Papua New Guinea quake: Strong shallow tremor off New Britain island

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There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries from the quake, which the US Geological Survey said was centred in a remote area of East New Britain province. Little more than a month ago, the country suffered a lethal 7.5 magnitude natural disaster. The quake struck between Kimbe and Rabaul at 10.25am (NZT) Friday at a depth of 10 kilometres. Read More »

Florida Shooting: Confessed Gunman Flooded With Fan Mail

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The letter continued: "Your eyes are attractive and the freckles on your face make you so handsome". "I want him to see how many people love and care for him and all the handsome faces", she wrote. "That scares me. It's perverted ". Judge Melinda Kirsch Brown also ordered Zachary Cruz to enroll in therapy, wear an ankle bracelet and said he can not possess firearms or ammunition. Read More »

Man runs toward officer with shotgun, police say

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His current EPD charges include burglary , theft from a building and two counts of auto theft. A 60-year-old Winthrop Harbor, Ill. man was pulled over Sunday after he was found driving 13 miles per hour on Alford Park Drive near Carthage College. Read More »

Trump urges closer cooperation with Turkey on Syria

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Last month Turkey said it had fulfilled the 72 criteria for visa-free travel and Erdogan told reporters that the necessary paperwork had been sent to the European Commission. "We have spent €800 million ($991 million) for education of Syrians in 2017", she added. He also praised success of a Turkey-EU refugee agreement saying it has showed "visible results". Read More »

Raises For Oklahoma Teachers May Not Be Enough To Stop A Strike

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We have an extraordinary amount of work ahead of us to continue to undo a historical under-investment in education, which preceded a decade of funding cuts to education and other social services. Austin held the sign, "I love my teacher". About one-third of the state's 512 school districts, including most of its largest, are prepared to close for at least one day. Read More »

Mega Millions jackpot reaches $421 million

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Lottery players have a chance to win a $502 million Mega Millions jackpot in the Friday, March 30 drawing, which comes to an estimated $301.5 million cash payout. The odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot are now somewhere around 1 in 303 million, while the odds of winning Powerball are around 1 in 292 million. Read More »

Pope says no one goes to hell, sinners just 'disappear'

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Eugenio Scalfari , a co-founder and former editor of La Repubblica , an Italian daily, said Pope Francis - with whom he has had several telephone conversations and face-to-face meetings - invited him to his residence March 27. The Vatican issued a statement Thursday afternoon, claiming Francis did meet privately with Scalfari but did not give him an official interview. Burke said "no quotation marks in the above article should therefore be considered as a faithful transcription of the ... Read More »