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A local battle over a shrine dedicated to an intruder killed in south London played out for a third time on Tuesday night, as his family's floral tributes were once again removed from a fence outside the scene of the incident. A coroner returned Mr Vincent's body to his family during an inquest opening at Southwark Coroner's Court on Tuesday. "Where can I put them?" One, an aunt of the dead burglar, urged: 'If people leave the flowers, in a week they'll die.
  • Pope hits out at critics of his pro-migrant policy

    Pope hits out at critics of his pro-migrant policy

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    A characteristic of the text, dear to the Pope, is in fact that of emphasizing a holiness that one could define as "workaday", that is, regarding everyday life in the context of Christian community. But some of the passages seemed intended as a rebuke to the canon lawyers and archconservative cardinals leading the opposition to Francis. In the new document, Francis once again calls out his critics' "obsession with the law...
  • Zuckerberg Testifies in Front of Congress

    Zuckerberg Testifies in Front of Congress

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    Questions about Facebook's mobile data collection practices aren't anything new, however. Facebook brags to advertisers that it can provide "cross device" targeting, as it is called. He said Facebook did not fire Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey because of his political ideology, but would not elaborate on the reason for the termination.
  • School funding plan worth $534M heads to Governor

    School funding plan worth $534M heads to Governor

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    Dozens of teachers, many wearing red shirts, converged on the Statehouse, camped out for hours and cheered after the Senate approved a bill, 21-19, to phase in a $534 million increase in education funding over five years. Supporters believe the annual growth in tax revenues will cover the new spending. The Senate didn't take up the tax bill until late Saturday night, and some lawmakers grew increasingly nervous.
  • Jobs program helps launch high school students

    Jobs program helps launch high school students

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    End of year dates at Altamont were reviewed, including 8th grade promotion and the grade school honor student assembly at 2pm on May 16, high school Baccalaureate at 7pm on May 13, and high school commencement at 7pm on May 19. In addition, a trio of Umatilla High School seniors are featured in "GRADitude" videos. "I bought my graduation invites and everything", she said, "but it made more sense to stay, and I'm saving money".
  • Israel investigates video of sniper shooting at Palestinian

    Israel investigates video of sniper shooting at Palestinian

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    Yasser Murtaja was shot Friday while covering a mass demonstration near the Israeli border. In practice, Lieberman's stance boils down to the age-old position on the Israeli far-right that Palestinians are necessarily terrorists, and that anyone protesting the actions of the Israeli government are necessarily engaged in terror against them.
  • SC to issue orders in roster case

    SC to issue orders in roster case

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    Calling the petition scandalous, the court said that the CJI is the highest authority in the court and can not be distrusted, reported NDTV . A public interest litigation (PIL) seeking to frame rules to regulate the composition of benches, including constitution benches, and the allocation of work was rejected in Supreme Court on Wednesday.
  • Chemical weapons experts to visit Syria

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    Haley has had a history of using aggressive rhetoric with her Russian and Syrian counterparts when it comes to the seven-year-long civil war in Syria . The trip to Peru and following visit to Colombia would have been the president's first visit to #Latin America, and had already been pulled back from five days to three.
  • Haley says Russian Federation chose 'protecting a monster' over Syrian people

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    A second Russian resolution that only supported the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons fact-finding mission in Syria also failed to pass. As U.S. officials consider whether and how to respond, they are looking at what type of chemical agent was used. "We are getting some very good clarity, actually".
  • Watchdog sending team to probe alleged Syria gas attack

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    Macron said Tuesday he wants a "strong and joint response" to the attack , which Syrian activists and rescuers say killed 40 people. He cancelled his first official trip to Latin America to focus on Syria . United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday the OPCW should be granted unfettered access to investigate the reports. " Russia has trashed the credibility of the council", she added.
  • Police arrest 12-year-old boy strolling with loaded AR-15

    Police arrest 12-year-old boy strolling with loaded AR-15

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    At about 6:40 p.m. Sunday, police said the suspect confronted four people - two men ages 57 and 61 and two women ages 28 and 43 - while armed with risky instruments. The alleged bribe was related to the return of a firearm to a member of the public. Captain Kevin Iffland said BPD were the only officers involved.
  • Saskatchewan hockey team bus involved in fatal crash

    Saskatchewan hockey team bus involved in fatal crash

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    The head coach Darcy Haugan and the team's captain, 20-year-old Logan Schatz, are among the dead, their relatives have confirmed to Canadian media. The bus was carrying the Humboldt Broncos , which is an ice hockey team from Humboldt and two-time Royal Bank Cup national champions.
  • N. Korea summit will be in May or early June

    N. Korea summit will be in May or early June

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    Kim also presented his idea to urge U.S. President Donald Trump to normalize diplomatic relations and establish an embassy in Pyongyang. Harry Kazianis, director of defense studies at The Center for the National Interest in Washington, says North Korea is going to make some kind of demand just to have the talks take place, and that its demands for agreeing to abandon its nuclear weapons "are going to be astronomically high".
  • Civilian, Army man killed in ongoing encounter and protests in south Kashmir

    Civilian, Army man killed in ongoing encounter and protests in south Kashmir

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    As per latest report, some militants are cornered in the South Kashmir area. More details are awaited. Additional security forces were immediately rushed and cordon around the area was further tightened to prevent militants to escape. Authorities have ordered all schools and colleges in Kulgam to be closed and Internet services have been suspended. Both the state police and the Army launched a joint search operation after receiving a tip-off regarding the hideout.
  • Robert Mueller and his Gang Know President Trump Can Fire Them

    Robert Mueller and his Gang Know President Trump Can Fire Them

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    A warrant used in the raid Monday specifically authorized agents to seize records related to McDougal, said one of the people, who demanded anonymity to discuss the confidential details. Rosenstein then determines whether to allow Mueller to proceed or to assign the matter to another USA attorney or another part of the Justice Department.
  • Trump Skipping Americas Summit to Oversee Syria Response

    Trump Skipping Americas Summit to Oversee Syria Response

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    Pence will travel to the summit in his place, but will not go to Colombia. In that time, however, he has undertaken more distant trips to Europe, Asia and the Middle East on several occassions. Trump said Monday he would "forcefully" respond to the weapons attack in Syria and would soon decide how. "Nothing is off the table", he said when asked specifically about the possibility he would order a second round of USA military strikes in the conflict-torn country in a year.
  • Inflation slows again; prices 5.04% higher

    Inflation slows again; prices 5.04% higher

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    There are some worries that an escalating trade dispute between China and the United States could push up inflation over the coming months, though many analysts believe any impact on consumer prices will be limited. With China the world's top exporter, the drop in prices companies pay for goods - which also came with a fall in consumer prices - could dent the knock-on effects for global inflation as many governments struggle to reach their own targets.
  • Goodyear Tire and Rubber (GT) Shares Sold by Macquarie Group Ltd.

    Goodyear Tire and Rubber (GT) Shares Sold by Macquarie Group Ltd.

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    Parallax Volatility Advisers Lp sold 171,634 shares as the company's stock declined 18.63% with the market. The stock increased 3.06% or $0.83 during the last trading session, reaching $27.95. The company reported $0.99 EPS for the quarter, beating analysts' consensus estimates of $0.76 by $0.23. Since October 11, 2017, it had 1 buying transaction, and 6 selling transactions for $1.19 million activity.
  • Trump Says Believes China to Take Down Trade Barriers

    Trump Says Believes China to Take Down Trade Barriers

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    China , the world's biggest steel exporter, calls the tariffs "a serious attack" on worldwide trade and says it will take "firm action" if Chinese businesses suffer losses as a result. "Whatever happens in trade, I don't expect it to have a meaningful impact on our economy". "Today, globalisation which had become accepted, is being questioned by countries we never expected.
  • Senators Fumbled At Sending Stronger Message In Support Of Robert Mueller

    Senators Fumbled At Sending Stronger Message In Support Of Robert Mueller

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    The U.S. attorney's office had no comment. "That goes for fake news, foreign interference in elections, and hate speech, as well as developers and data privacy". Trump's spokeswoman said the president has received legal advice that he would be allowed to fire Mueller if he wanted, which flies in the face of the common wisdom that someone at the Department of Justice would have to do the deed.
  • Ruble plunges for 2nd day following USA sanctions

    Ruble plunges for 2nd day following USA sanctions

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    It was a painful day to be a Russian billionaire. New US sanctions imposed on major Russian businesses and their owners sent Russian stocks and the ruble , the country's currency, sharply down on Monday, exchange data showed. Russian Federation says it will support companies hit by fresh USA sanctions as shares in aluminum producer Rusal plummeted. Second, the current Russian economic policy toolkit is focused on ensuring stability.
  • Early Voting For Shelby County Primary Begins Wednesday

    Early Voting For Shelby County Primary Begins Wednesday

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    Election day hours at the Vigo County Annex will be 6 A.M.to 6 P.M. "We're doing everything we can to make it accommodating to the voters". It's also time for the filing of forms, for those planning to vote absentee. -1 p.m. But perhaps most importantly, early voting legislation has proven to enfranchise the populations of voters that have historically been prevented from voting through practices such as poll taxes, voter ID laws, racial gerrymandering and purges to voter rolls.
  • Wisconsin DOT raising awareness for driving safety during Work Zone Awareness Week

    Wisconsin DOT raising awareness for driving safety during Work Zone Awareness Week

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    Today, at Reece Albert Inc., located at 3001 Foster Road, a Work Zone Safety Awareness event was held to promote awareness about staying vigilant and have less distractions when driving through work zones. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is hoping to spread that awareness across the state. 63-year-old Paul Featherston was struck and killed by by a vehicle while performing routine maintenance in Iberia parish on July 3, 2017.
  • Vigilante tears down shrine dedicated to dead burglar 'stabbed by pensioner'

    Vigilante tears down shrine dedicated to dead burglar 'stabbed by pensioner'

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    Mr Osborn-Brooks was arrested on suspicion of murder but released without charge two days later, although he has not returned for his home and instead is now living with his wife in a secure location. "I doubt it. It's sad". Maybe they could have done it further away. One member of the travelling community warned: "They won't get over the death of one of their own and they won't rest until they get their revenge".
  • Devon Energy Corporation (DVN) Rose to $33.70

    Devon Energy Corporation (DVN) Rose to $33.70

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    Ascot Resources Ltd. (OTCMKTS:ASOLF) has 0.00% since April 10, 2017 and is. It has underperformed by 27.05% the S&P500. FNY Managed Accounts LLC purchased a new stake in Devon Energy in the third quarter valued at approximately $134,000. 94 funds opened positions while 188 raised stakes. Funds hold 404.83 million shares thus 2.08% more from 2017Q3's 396.57 million shares. 168 are owned by Tarbox Family Office Inc.
  • Dazi, Cina si appella all'UE

    Dazi, Cina si appella all'UE

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    Pechino intende immediatamente rivalersi contro gli Usa davanti all'Organizzazione mondiale del commercio (Wto). La Cina " non vuole una guerra commerciale dalla quale nessuno emergerebbe vincitore". Alla fine, il Ftse Mib ha limato lo 0,30% a quota 22.442 punti; All Share -0,28%. Dollaro in tenuta sul valutario dopo i recenti rialzi. Ieri sera l'amministrazione statunitense di Donald Trump ha annunciato nuovi dazi su 1.333 prodotti cinesi , soprattutto di origine ...
  • SC to hear BJP plea against WB SEC nomination deadline U-turn

    SC to hear BJP plea against WB SEC nomination deadline U-turn

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    But on Tuesday morning, the Commission reversed its decision after Kalyan Banerjee, vice-president of the Trinamool Congress , objected to the extension of the deadline. He also claimed the "extension of nomination date should be made by the same order by which nominations of gram panchayat and panchayat samitis constituencies should be allowed to be received at the SDO offices".
  • Mannsville Family Loses Home in Fire

    Mannsville Family Loses Home in Fire

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    Investigators could not immediately determine the age or identity of the body but said they are investigating whether it's one of the children still missing after the crash. They couldn't make contact with the family after several attempts. He goes back to school on Monday for the first time since the accident. "When she gave it to me, she told me to take it out if I felt lonely".
  • Mark Zuckerberg confirms Facebook is working with the Russian Federation investigation

    Mark Zuckerberg confirms Facebook is working with the Russian Federation investigation

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    The White House signaled that it believes President Donald Trump has the authority to fire special counsel Robert Mueller , a day after the FBI's raid at the offices of Trump's longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen . Despite assurances from leading Republicans like House Speaker Paul Ryan that the president has not thought about firing Mueller, the December episode was the second time Trump is now known to have considered taking that step.
  • Russian Federation vetoes UNSC resolution on Syria chemical weapons probe

    Russian Federation vetoes UNSC resolution on Syria chemical weapons probe

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    A draft resolution requires nine votes to be adopted in the 15-member council and no veto from the five permanent members - Britain, China, France , Russia and the United States. After warning Monday of "grave repercussions" of U.S. military action, the Russian ambassador urged the United States to "come to your senses" and refrain from ordering strikes on Syria.
  • Trump should be in agreement with China as economies interdependent: French expert

    Trump should be in agreement with China as economies interdependent: French expert

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    On Thursday, Trump directed US trade officials to identify tariffs on another $100 billion of Chinese imports, upping the ante in an already high-stakes trade confrontation between the world's two largest economies. But economists warn that the tit for tat bears the hallmarks of a classic trade rift that could keep growing. John Thune, the Senate's No. 3 Republican, in an interview with KDLT-TV in Sioux Falls.
  • White House says Trump can fire Mueller, isn't

    White House says Trump can fire Mueller, isn't

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    The payment was made just days before the 2016 presidential election. The senator said that those who dislike Trump might not find anything wrong with this. Asked about Trump's comments that the raid on longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen's office and hotel room Monday is "an attack on our country", Sanders said she has nothing to add.
  • Yvonne Staples Of The Legendary

    Yvonne Staples Of The Legendary "Staples Singers" Dead At Age 80

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    A rep for Staples' sister Mavis Staples confirmed Yvonne Staples' passing. Roebuck "Pops" Staples brought his family from MS to Chicago so that he could work in the steel and meat industries. The family moreover grew to turn into energetic throughout the civil rights movement after listening to the Reverend Martin Luther King junior ship a sermon whereas that they had been on tour in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1962.
  • Gobblers, Lady Gobblers win district 30-4A track meet

    Gobblers, Lady Gobblers win district 30-4A track meet

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    The Warrior girls 400-meter throwers relay was first as Ariana Ormiston, Kirsten Plocher, Amanda Davidson and Zuchowski had a winning time of 65.06 seconds. The 4x800m and 4x200m relay teams both took sixth place with a time of 11:33.02 and 2:15.13 respectively. Viox also took seventh in the 200m dash in 31.66.
  • Draft Syria resolutions rejected at UNSC

    Draft Syria resolutions rejected at UNSC

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    Russian Federation and the United States failed Tuesday, April 10, to win support at the UN Security Council for their rival proposals to investigate chemical weapons use in Syria as the threat of military action loomed large. "This resolution is the bare minimum that the council can do to respond to the attack ", U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley told the council before the vote, referring to reports of a deadly poison gas attack in Syria's Douma.
  • 'Student of the year 2' goes on floors!

    'Student of the year 2' goes on floors!

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    Today, director @punitdmalhotra and his team begin their journey at Saint Teresa's with @ iTIGERSHROFF & the girls. Watch the space for more updates on the film. Reports have also suggested that Dhadak actor Janhvi Kapoor and Kedarnath actor Sara Ali Khan have been roped in for the film. The whole cast for the movie hasn't been announced yet, but producer Karan Johar said on Twitter that other name of other actors are going to be announced on Wednesday.
  • CBI team grills Rabri at home

    CBI team grills Rabri at home

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    The CBI action was in connection with railway hotels tender scam which dated back to 2004-09 when RJD supremo Lalu Prasad was railway Minister in Manmohan Singh Cabinet. RJD and Congress leaders slammed PM Narendra Modi over the latest searches by CBI sleuths, saying he came to Bihar with the probe agency in tow.
  • HDFC hikes home loan rates by 5-20 basis points

    HDFC hikes home loan rates by 5-20 basis points

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    The new rates came into effect from 1 April. Loans between Rs 30 lakh to Rs 75 lakh will be available at 8.55 per cent for women borrowers and 8.60 per cent for others, while those above Rs 75 lakh will be for 8.65 per cent for women and 8.70 per cent for others.
  • Child Advocacy Center kicks off Blue Ribbon Campaign

    Child Advocacy Center kicks off Blue Ribbon Campaign

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    The "Pass the Pinwheel" was created by the non-profit organization Prevent Child Abuse Louisiana. "We all want to bring attention to the issue; it affects our entire community", Browne said. When I tell people I prosecute the child abuse and sexual abuse crimes in the county, there is often a look of horror on their faces. Call Prevent Child Abuse Vermont's Help Line at 1-800-CHILDREN (800-244-5373) to discuss concerns about a child and call the Vermont Department for Children and ...
  • Russian PM orders govt to draw up response to United States sanctions: Ifax

    Russian PM orders govt to draw up response to United States sanctions: Ifax

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    Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control) to ensure that we remain fully compliant with the requirements and naturally are taking appropriate steps", Euroclear said in a statement. move. Central bank chief Elvira Nabiullina also sought to calm investors. "Investors finally realized how badly things are turning out for Russia", said Vadim Bit-Avragim, a money manager at Kapital Asset Management LLC in Moscow, who's selling Russian shares today.
  • Syria says strike on military base carried out by Israeli warplanes

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    On Saturday, Syrian doctors and rescue workers in Douma said that at least 40 people were killed in the apparent chemical attack. The raid on the T4 airfield in Homs province comes as tensions rise over possible USA military action in Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack on a Damascus suburb late Saturday.