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When looking at the investment recommendation on say a scale of 1 to 5 (1 being a strong buy, 3 a hold, and 5 a sell), OZM is given a 3.00. Keefe Bruyette & Woods maintained the shares of OZM in report on Wednesday, July 5 with "Hold" rating.
  • Saudi billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal freed after paying settlement

    Saudi billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal freed after paying settlement

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    In his first interview with a British media outlet since his detainment at Ritz-Carlton hotel in Riyadh , the confident prince said that he would be cleared of any financial wrongdoing and set free. My barber comes here. Those detained include Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a billionaire who owns stakes in Citigroup and Twitter, and Bakr bin Laden, chairman of the Saudi Binladin construction group.
  • Two people injured in shooting at National Stadium in Dublin

    Two people injured in shooting at National Stadium in Dublin

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    At around 10pm, Gardai responded to a call relating to shots being fired. The older man was injured in his leg and the other suffered an injury to his hand. Two cars were later found burned out in north Dublin. An attacker followed targets down St Alban's Road and fired shots there. Gardaí have sealed off the scene and have appealed for witnesses to come forward.
  • United Kingdom eyes Brexit transition deal in march

    United Kingdom eyes Brexit transition deal in march

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    The Brexit Secretary will seek to cool tempers after Eurosceptic MPs made clear they are not ready to tolerate any more concessions to Brussels over a transition deal. Davis argues repeatedly that the dramatic phrase "vassal state" is an odd one to use about a temporary transitional phase in Britain's European Union withdrawal, but Rees-Mogg persists.
  • Republicans, Democrats reach deal to end USA govt shutdown

    Republicans, Democrats reach deal to end USA govt shutdown

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    In the last one, more than 800,000 government workers were put on temporary leave. The last United States shutdown happened in 2013 and lasted for 16 days, during which many federal employees took a forced leave of absence. "The Democrats are closing down the government because they want a result on an important issue, and they want it now". "Yet the possibility of a government shutdown has escalated".
  • Grassley, Pelosi urge Trump: Let Mueller do his work

    Grassley, Pelosi urge Trump: Let Mueller do his work

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    He also could have been able to speak to the president's relationship with Comey, which Comey documented in a series of memos about conversations with Trump that bothered him. Sen. Charles Grassley , the Iowa Republican who chairs the Judiciary Committee, told CNN he was open to considering the Tillis-Coons and Graham-Booker bills if the differences between them could be reconciled, and if supporters could address constitutional concerns that the bills would represent the legislative ...
  • Teen exposed allergic girl to pineapple, charged with assault

    Teen exposed allergic girl to pineapple, charged with assault

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    Police say the reason this case is considered a crime is because everybody at the school knew the girl had the allergy. "They conjured up a game, a plan to expose her through high-fiving her. "The interesting thing about food allergies is that every person's level of reactivity is a little different", Dr. Allison Freeman, an allergist-immunologist with Allegheny Health Network, told KDKA, adding that "food allergy bullying" was becoming more common in schools.
  • Rahul deliberately given sixth row, says Congress

    Rahul deliberately given sixth row, says Congress

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    The seating led to an outcry from the Congress, whose leaders accused the BJP-led NDA government of indulging in "cheap politics". The Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala took to Twitter and said that the Congress scion was deliberately made to sit in the sixth row during the Republic Day Parade.
  • Ronald Gasser found guilty of manslaughter in Joe McKnight shooting death

    Ronald Gasser found guilty of manslaughter in Joe McKnight shooting death

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    Gasser was originally arrested in the December 2016 shooting that his attorneys called a road-rage incident gone bad. McKnight eventually exited his vehicle, at which point Gasser shot him through the passenger-side window. Goetz said Gasser told police he had taken the Gen.de Gaulle exit to get home before, and that it was McKnight who shouldn't have been on that road based on where his supervisor testified he was going that day.
  • These 3 Democrats Will Respond To Trump's State Of The Union

    These 3 Democrats Will Respond To Trump's State Of The Union

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    Sen. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer made the announcement in a statement Thursday night. "Driven by her faith and her belief in the promise of the American Dream, Elizabeth has been a vital, relentless leader for the voiceless", Pelosi said.
  • Frustrated by Russian Federation investigation, Trump turns ire toward Rosenstein

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    A spokesman for the special counsel also declined to comment. Uganda's president, Yoweri Museveni, countered by expressing his love for Trump and saying he should be praised for not mincing his words. Sources familiar with the matter told CNN that Mueller had provided Trump's lawyers with possible interview topics including Trump allegedly asking Comey to drop an investigation into Flynn and Trump's outreach to leaders of the intelligence community about the Russian Federation ...
  • Toronto billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, police say

    Toronto billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, police say

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    An unidentified police source quoted by local media when the bodies were found said it appeared to be a murder-suicide, something the police department never confirmed. "They have been understanding, cooperative and hopeful that this investigation can give them some answers". The Sherman children had to issue a press release in the midst of their grieving to slam the police leak of a "theory which neither their family, their friends nor their colleagues believe to be true".
  • Dozens killed in fire at Miryang hospital

    Dozens killed in fire at Miryang hospital

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    The fire started in Sejong Hospital's emergency room and had engulfed the first floor when firefighters arrived. In 2014, a fire at a rural hospital killed 21 people, while a 2008 warehouse fire outside Seoul killed 40. Eyewitnesses said the fire broke out in the emergency room at about 7:30 a.m. and quickly spread to other parts of the hospital. By yesterday afternoon, police had cordoned off the hospital as forensic investigators combed the smoke-blackened building.
  • Ronda Rousey says she won't be at the WWE Royal Rumble

    Ronda Rousey says she won't be at the WWE Royal Rumble

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    The first Rumble match took place in 1988, and since then there have been 31 winners in total. Fans are eagerly waiting for the Rumble to see who will earn a championship match at Wrestlemania 34. Meanwhile, for the Women's Royal Rumble Match, Naomi ( SmackDown LIVE ), Asuka ( RAW ), Ruby Riott ( SmackDown LIVE ), Natalya ( SmackDown LIVE ), Sasha Banks ( RAW ), Bayley ( RAW ), Mandy Rose ( RAW ), Sonya Deville ( RAW ), Carmella ( SmackDown LIVE ), Lana ( SmackDown LIVE ), Tamina ( ...
  • Congress Votes to Reopen Government, but Without DACA Solution

    Congress Votes to Reopen Government, but Without DACA Solution

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    Democrats wanted to pressure the GOP to cut a deal protecting young immigrants from deportation and boosting federal spending. Since, the shutdown has been set to be lasted until third day, because the Senate rulers concurred to vote for the bill of three-week fund on Monday noon.
  • Venezuela, Spain to expel ambassadors as 'persona non grata'

    Venezuela, Spain to expel ambassadors as 'persona non grata'

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    Following a court decision to exclude the Venezuelan opposition from upcoming presidential elections in April, Macron denounced the "unacceptable authoritarian slide" of the oil-rich and once prosperous country. The numbers are much worse than last year's estimates by the International Monetary Fund. Menendez and Rubio sent a separate letter to Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsTrump appears to call out Samsung over missing Federal Bureau of Investigation ...
  • Sen. Mark Warner: If Trump fires Mueller, it's 'uncharted territory'

    Sen. Mark Warner: If Trump fires Mueller, it's 'uncharted territory'

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    The first of these involved a disagreement over fees at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling that prompted the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director to forfeit his membership. Mr Mueller is leading an inquiry into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the election. New York Magazine reports that Fox News anchor Sean Hannity also initially dismissed the Times report as spurious live on air, saying, "The New York Times is trying to ...
  • Rains trigger warnings of mudflows from Philippine volcano

    Rains trigger warnings of mudflows from Philippine volcano

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    Between 6:26 a.m.to 1:40 p.m. on Friday, three episodes of sporadic lava fountaining from the Mayon's summit crater have occured lasting 24 minutes to 40 minutes, the Phivolcs said in its 8 a.m. Maria Evelyn Grollo, who runs a school-turned shelter for more than 4,000 people on the outskirts of Legazpi, said these people were defying the city mayor's order to stay away from farms on Mayon's lower slopes.
  • White House Drops $24 Million for Two Air Force One Refrigerators

    White House Drops $24 Million for Two Air Force One Refrigerators

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    As Defense One explains , the refrigerators on Air Force One are required to hold enough food - around 3,000 meals in total - to feed passengers and crew for weeks without resupplying, just in case World War III breaks out. Numerous contractors that work on the presidential jet also must maintain high-level security clearances. In December 2016, Trump claimed he would cancel the creation of Boeing's new 747-8 models becuase "costs are out of control".
  • Escaped Inmate Caught Running Back to Prison with Alcohol, Tobacco and Food

    Escaped Inmate Caught Running Back to Prison with Alcohol, Tobacco and Food

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    Police devised the operation after they received reports from a local rancher that inmates were leaving the back of the prison and trespassing onto private property. The bag also contained more than 30 grams of marijuana, according to officials. About two hours later, the sheriff's office says an inmate was seen running from the prison, grabbing the double bag, and running back toward the facility.
  • Benton Police Make Arrest after Tip Received on Possible School Threat

    Benton Police Make Arrest after Tip Received on Possible School Threat

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    Authorities took precautions to address the alleged threat - which wasn't disclosed - by contacting any students possibly involved before they arrived at school Friday morning, police said. The high school was locked down until it was determined that neither student was in school and that the student making threats was in police custody.
  • Davos 2018: People like Trump are 'disappointing', says Malala Yousafzai

    Davos 2018: People like Trump are 'disappointing', says Malala Yousafzai

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    She was speaking at a session on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum on Thursday in which she was also joined by Canadian Prime Minister Justine Trudeau. "First we wanted men to do something for us but that time has gone now". The social activist talked of her recent trip to Lebanon where she met female Syrian refugees.
  • Dozens of baboons break out of zoo enclosure

    Dozens of baboons break out of zoo enclosure

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    They were captured with the use of sedative arrows and returned to their enclosure, which houses 50 baboons. The zoo was quickly surrounded with armed police and marksmen carrying hypodermic guns when the baboons managed to break free and congregate around another area of the zoo.
  • 'Day Zero' looms in Cape Town amid severe drought

    'Day Zero' looms in Cape Town amid severe drought

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    Ms Zille then offered some suggestions on how to save water. In a statement released on Monday, the mayor's office said that starting February 2, Cape Town's 3.7 million residents would have a daily allowance of 50 liters, or slightly more than 13 gallons, per person for the next 150 days, or face fines for exceeding use.
  • China unveils vision for 'Polar Silk Road' across Arctic

    China unveils vision for 'Polar Silk Road' across Arctic

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    The impact on China's climate system and ecological environment in turn affects its economic activity such as agriculture and fishing, it said. China unveils huge plans for the Arctic, with "Polar Silk Road" on the way Beijing has announced plans to extend the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative to the Arctic by developing shipping routes.
  • Evacuations begin as rain causes Paris' Seine River to overflow

    Evacuations begin as rain causes Paris' Seine River to overflow

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    The Louvre Museum remains open for now but the lower level of the department of Islamic art has been closed to the public until at least Sunday. The situation was far less severe than during the 1910 Great Flood , when the Seine water level rose to 8.62 meters (more than 28 feet), forcing many Parisians to evacuate their homes.
  • Led Syrian peace talks resumed in Vienna

    Led Syrian peace talks resumed in Vienna

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    He declined to elaborate. But he has not managed to coax the warring sides into speaking face-to-face, and it was only in the eighth round in December that the rebel opposition united in one delegation, raising modest hopes for direct talks.
  • Joao Mario completes West Ham move on loan from Inter Milan

    Joao Mario completes West Ham move on loan from Inter Milan

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    West Ham announced the signing with an exceptionally brilliant video on social media, depicting the Portugal worldwide as Super Mario from the iconic Nintendo series. I spoke with the coach and for me, I am really happy to be training for an unbelievable coach, also. "It was a fast move". "I spoke with the coach and for me, I am really happy to be training for an fantastic coach, also.
  • Toronto police update at 1 pm on Barry and Honey Sherman investigation

    Toronto police update at 1 pm on Barry and Honey Sherman investigation

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    Homicide Det. Sgt. Susan Gomes will be addressing reporters. They were found with belts around their neck and an initial autopsy found the two died of ligature neck compression. An early theory floated by police sources the day the body was discovered was that it was murder-suicide. After more than a month of combing through the Shermans' home, property and vehicles, police released the house on Friday to private investigators hired by the family.
  • Hillary Clinton Shielded An Accused Sexual Harasser On Her Campaign

    Hillary Clinton Shielded An Accused Sexual Harasser On Her Campaign

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    Burns Strider allegedly sexually harassed a young subordinate, and Clinton's campaign manager recommended to her that he be fired immediately. The New York Times reported that Burns Strider , Clinton's faith adviser at the time , was accused of harassing a 30-year-old woman who sharing an office with him.
  • Ambode cancels Epe retreat for Deji Tinubu

    Ambode cancels Epe retreat for Deji Tinubu

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    Deji's death was the second to hit the Tinubu clan in the two months. "The late Tinubu died at a very critical time when his services are most needed to complement the present administration's desire to ensure that Lagos continues to excel", Obasa said.
  • USA diplomat resigns, says Suu Kyi lacks moral leadership

    USA diplomat resigns, says Suu Kyi lacks moral leadership

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    Suu Kyi, known as a democracy and human rights icon, has disappointed many for her silence over the persecution of Rohingyas in her country. A spokesman for Myanmar's government, U Zaw Htay, told the New York Times that Mr Richardson "needs to understand clearly that he is supposed to give advice only about the Rakhine issue, not everything about Myanmar".
  • Israeli Media: Israel to Sell Croatia F-16s for 500 Million USD?

    Israeli Media: Israel to Sell Croatia F-16s for 500 Million USD?

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    He said that he didn't particularly care if the deal was scrapped or fixed but warned: "We will not let them acquire a nuclear weapon". Mr Netanyahu said there had been a convergence of interests because of a common stance against Iran and a "common enemy" of extremism.
  • Trump Advisers Blocking Deal to End Government Shutdown

    Trump Advisers Blocking Deal to End Government Shutdown

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    Miller, who gets frequent face time with Trump on trips and around the West Wing, has always been a key voice on immigration reform, regularly reaching out to conservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill and anti-immigration organizations across Washington .
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agent shoots kidnapping victim dead during raid to rescue him

    Federal Bureau of Investigation agent shoots kidnapping victim dead during raid to rescue him

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    The men and a third suspect, Sophia Perez Heath, were due in court Friday morning. It turns out Nicholas Chase Cunningham is married to the victim's cousin. area. Somehow, the kidnapping victim ended up shot, apparently by an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent. Investigators said FBI agents were conducting an operation at a home in the 7300 block of Elbert Street when the victim was shot.