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Recall that Mr Melaye was arrested by men of the Nigeria Police Force last month while trying to board a flight to Morroco. The IGP was expected to brief the Senate on the circumstances surrounding the arrest of Senator Dino Melaye . The police boss was first summoned on Wednesday April 25 but he failed to appear. By 1:30 a.m., the Senate Leader moved a motion to allow the IG come into the chamber.
  • Black Panther deleted scenes: Watch them here now

    Black Panther deleted scenes: Watch them here now

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    As always, you can find us obsessing over every new morsel of Black Panther we can get our hands on. The couple argue over whether or not T'Challa is fit to be king and double down on possibly having children. "Time", Zuri answers. "It has a way of making you look back on the things that you have done". Seeing the scene now, fans are not only filled in on the Okoyw-W'Kabi relationship, but understand a bit more just how destroyed W'Kabi was when his beloved friend T'Challa betrayed him ...
  • People Injured, Explosion in London

    People Injured, Explosion in London

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    One of the possible versions is that a participant in the festivities has thrown his cell phone into the fire and this has led to the explosion . Videos recorded at the event showed a bonfire being lit, followed by a large explosion and a fireball engulfing the crowd standing near the fire.
  • Police Release Body-Cam Videos From Las Vegas Massacre

    Police Release Body-Cam Videos From Las Vegas Massacre

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    Paddock, 64, killed 58 people and injured nearly 500 when he opened fire on 22,000 concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. At no point do we see Paddock's body or any of the cache of weapons he stored to execute the deadliest mass shooting in USA history. Paddock used the 32nd floor hotel suite as a snipers nest to fire thousands of rounds at a nearby concert in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S.
  • North Korea denies hacking UN sanctions database

    North Korea denies hacking UN sanctions database

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    Choi said the USA and North Korea were reportedly close to reaching a deal on the captives' release. Kim Hak-song and Kim Sang-duk - or Tony Kim - were both working at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, founded by evangelical Christians from overseas, when they were detained a year ago on suspicion of "hostile acts".
  • Trump hints of imminent news on Americans detained in North Korea

    Trump hints of imminent news on Americans detained in North Korea

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    Security Council, but he wanted to cooperate to build peace on the Korean peninsula and would assign a U.N. official in charge of arms control to cooperate with South Korea , the statement said. If that message is to get through to the U.S., Moon must clearly tell Trump that the issue should not be up for negotiation with Kim. "It has nothing to do with signing a peace treaty", President Moon Jae-in said, referencing the agreement that stations 28,500 US troops in South Korea.
  • Euro zone manufacturing cools off in April but remains warm

    Euro zone manufacturing cools off in April but remains warm

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    The Markit/Nikkei Japan Services Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose to 52.5 in April on a seasonally adjusted basis from 50.9 in March. "Overall, operating conditions across China's manufacturing sector continued to improve in April". In March the eurozone's unemployment rate was 8.5 percent, down from 9.5 percent in the same month of 2016, according to the Eurostat. But, in a bid to survive in a tough market, firms raised their selling prices at the weakest rate in nine-months.
  • Rockies snap Cubs' 5-game win streak with 3-1 victory

    Rockies snap Cubs' 5-game win streak with 3-1 victory

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    The Colorado Rockies and the Chicago Cubs square off in the rubber match of their three game set from Wrigley Field in Major League Baseball action on Wednesday afternoon. Rizzo's drive was his second in as many days. Rockies fourth. Nolan Arenado homers to left field. In the seven games on the homestand, the Cubs scored a grand total of 15 runs.
  • Private doctor defends autopsy in Sacramento shooting case

    Private doctor defends autopsy in Sacramento shooting case

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    Police subsequently said there was no gun, that Clark was an unarmed 22-year-old man carrying only a cellphone. His autopsy said Clark was shot eight times, six of which hit him in the back. A toxicology report said traces of cocaine, marijuana and the opioid codeine were found in Clark's system. "The police officers used excessive force", Berry Accius told the member station.
  • Press Freedom Day being observed today

    Press Freedom Day being observed today

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    The global body organises a series of activities to mark World Press Freedom Day , including "the conferment of the UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize on a deserving individual, organisation or institution that has made an outstanding contribution to the defence and/or promotion of press freedom anywhere in the world, especially when this has been achieved in the face of danger".
  • Airstrikes in IS-held part of Syria kill 23

    Airstrikes in IS-held part of Syria kill 23

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    On Tuesday, the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) launched a new offensive on Islamic State (IS) militants in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zour province in eastern Syria near the Iraqi border. "The United States, the Global Coalition, and local partners, including the Syrian Democratic Forces, are launching operations to liberate the final ISIS strongholds in Syria", the American government said in a statement on Tuesday.
  • House explodes while police on scene

    House explodes while police on scene

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    All of the officers are expected to recover. First Selectman Michael Freda said the wife escaped before the blast. " Based on the way the explosions took place, from what police told me, there was a series of explosions, which may indicate some sort of rigged booby traps ".
  • Pentagon Misses Trump's Guantanamo Bay Deadline

    Pentagon Misses Trump's Guantanamo Bay Deadline

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    While he had already been captured by the time the French oil tanker, the MV Limburg, was attacked in October 2002, he was charged in connection to that assault. Guantanamo has not received any new inmates since 2008, but on the campaign trail, Trump vowed to load the facility with "bad dudes", and said it would be "fine" if USA terror suspects were sent there for trial.
  • Iowa Legislature Passed

    Iowa Legislature Passed "Heartbeat" Abortion Ban

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    Some exceptions would be permitted for survivors of rape or incest and to save the life of the woman seeking an abortion. The Iowa state House and Senate passed a bill that would all but eliminate the practice of abortion in the state and may land a national legal battle over the issue in the Supreme Court.
  • Cambridge Analytica files for insolvency amid growing public concern over online privacy

    Cambridge Analytica files for insolvency amid growing public concern over online privacy

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    Facebook banned the UK-based political data analysis firm last month, saying it had improperly received data from as many as 87 million user profiles. SCL Group founder Nigel Oakes confirmed that both companies were closing, the WSJ said . The data firm suspended its chief executive, Alexander Nix, after recordings emerged of him making a series of controversial claims , including boasts that Cambridge Analytica had a pivotal role in the election of Donald Trump.
  • Sessions sends judges, attorneys to border to deal with 'caravan'

    Sessions sends judges, attorneys to border to deal with 'caravan'

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    During the visit to the CBP office in El Centro, Calif., Pence signaled that US immigration authorities would not bow to any pressure but instead would abide by the law and continue processing the group of roughly 150 remaining asylum-seekers into the country's immigration detention facilities.
  • Cambridge Analytica to close after Facebook scandal fallout

    Cambridge Analytica to close after Facebook scandal fallout

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    The company soon confirmed the report in a press release, which said SCL Group has filed for insolvency, and that bankruptcy proceedings will begin soon for Cambridge Analytica as well. The tool will allow users to delete the data the network holds on them from other websites and apps. The whole debacle sparked a firestorm of public backlash , with many arguing that millions of people's data were compromised because Facebook doesn't properly vet who it commercially partners with.
  • Georgia candidate draws ire for shotgun campaign ad

    Georgia candidate draws ire for shotgun campaign ad

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    Guns are frequently a staple of the conservative campaign ad. Kemp in the crowded Republican primary field for Georgia governor has caused an uproar with a campaign ad in which he appears to threaten a young man interested in his daughter with a shotgun.
  • Trump deserves Nobel Peace Prize for North Korea work, Gaetz says

    Trump deserves Nobel Peace Prize for North Korea work, Gaetz says

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    The lawmakers cite the Trump administration's work to convince the global community to impose new economic sanctions on North Korea, which have "been largely credited for bringing North Korea to the negotiating table". Trump is set to meet with Kim at the end of May or sometime in June, marking the first such encounter between a sitting USA president and a North Korean leader in history.
  • Ryan Reynolds Doubtful on DEADPOOL 3 Happening

    Ryan Reynolds Doubtful on DEADPOOL 3 Happening

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    Reynolds, whose character also comes under the Marvel banner, posted a message on Twitter saying: "From a guy who never knows when to quit, I'm glad you guys never did". As Forbes reported, while the MCU is under the Disney umbrella as well, their "main objective" is still centered around the sale of toys to children, whereas both Deadpool and the X-Force are much darker and grittier.
  • Shab-e-Barat observed countrywide

    Shab-e-Barat observed countrywide

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    People light candles on graves on the occasion of Shab-e-Barat. They bowed down before the Creator and prayed for getting rid of the menace of terrorism besides showing right path to the disgruntled people, playing in the hands of anti-Islam elements.
  • The Hill will skip future White House Correspondents' Dinners

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    Conservative commentators on Sunday continued to pan comedian Michelle Wolf's monologue at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. "Of course, Trump isn't here if you haven't noticed", Wolf said, at the dinner, "He's not here". Freedom of speech: It's the First Amendment in the Bill of Rights , which protects our free speech , religion, assembly, press and protest . Over the weekend, Wolf - as yet another "Daily Show" talent making the leap to her own show - saw Netflix release a ...
  • Sensex jumps over 150 points, Nifty above 10750

    Sensex jumps over 150 points, Nifty above 10750

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    The NSE Nifty too turned choppy and was trading 1.75 points, or 0.02 per cent, lower at 10,737. Meanwhile, domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth a net of Rs 261.98 crore, while foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth a net of Rs 385.47 crore on Monday, provisional data showed.
  • USA returns 3800 smuggled 'biblical' artifacts to Iraq

    USA returns 3800 smuggled 'biblical' artifacts to Iraq

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    ICE became aware Hobby Lobby were trying to import the items after intercepting five packages which falsely listed their country of origin as Turkey. Some of the Iraqi tablets among the ill-gotten artifacts originate from the ancient Sumerian city of Irisagrig.
  • Texas Teen Planned Mass Shooting & Bombing

    Texas Teen Planned Mass Shooting & Bombing

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    Later still, Azizi-Yarand discussed with an undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation employee the possibility of attacking a shopping mall during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, and at one point sent the Federal Bureau of Investigation employee three pictures of a mall called the Stonebriar Center.
  • As ETA prepares to disband Basque prisoners pine for home

    As ETA prepares to disband Basque prisoners pine for home

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    The fight of the ETA group for the independence of the Southern Basque Country from Spain has left almost 850 people dead and thousands more injured. "ETA obtained nothing through its promise to stop killing, and it will obtain nothing by announcing what they call dissolution", he said. In response, the Spanish government ordered its dissolution.
  • SSLC exam results to be out tomorrow

    SSLC exam results to be out tomorrow

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    This year's Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) results will be declared on Thursday. According to media reports, the board is expected to meet around 5 pm on Wednesday to decide on the actual date and timing of declaration of the results.
  • Plumber's grisly discovery after call to fix toilet

    Plumber's grisly discovery after call to fix toilet

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    Normal shopping activities were disrupted that morning when an unidentified man's body was found lodged in the wall behind a toilet in a women's bathroom. The worker was called to fix a toilet that wouldn't flush in the women's washroom. Firefighters soon arrived to help extricate the body. About 3 p.m., a body shrouded in a black blanket was wheeled out.
  • Playing Football Too Young May Mean Earlier Cognitive & Emotional Problems

    Playing Football Too Young May Mean Earlier Cognitive & Emotional Problems

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    The study extends research from the BU CTE Center that previously linked youth tackle football with worse later-life cognitive, emotional, and behavioral disturbances in living former amateur and professional tackle football players, as well as changes in brain structures (determined by MRI scans) in former NFL players.
  • Students express support for gun rights during Colorado Springs event

    Students express support for gun rights during Colorado Springs event

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    Today, students in at the Arizona College Prepatory Academy will walk out of class to show their support for the Second Amendment. Riley, an 18-year-old who attends Carlsbad High School in New Mexico, thought media coverage of the school walkouts following the Parkland high school massacre "depicted a united front from my generation and for my generation" in support of more gun control.
  • Auto suspended from Toronto bridge believed to be a prank

    Auto suspended from Toronto bridge believed to be a prank

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    Police said there is no hazard and no road closures are in effect in the area. There was originally some speculation that this was part of a movie shoot, but police said there were no permits issued for the area. "You're always very puzzled as to how a auto would have got into that particular situation", Tory told the City News. "Fortunately the land that is right beneath that is not a neighbourhood or another street, I think it's basically green space and the Don Valley".
  • Palestinian leader's remarks spark Israeli, US, EU outrage

    Palestinian leader's remarks spark Israeli, US, EU outrage

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    Friedman said on Twitter that Abbas had "reached a new low in attributing the cause of massacres of Jewish people over the years to their "social behaviour relating to interest and banks". "I call upon the worldwide community to condemn the grave anti-Semitism of Abu Mazen (Abbas), which should have long since passed from this world". Did the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, stated that the head of the Palestinian authority repeats the old anti-Semitic slogans.
  • Ty Cobb out as White House lawyer, Clinton impeachment lawyer in

    Ty Cobb out as White House lawyer, Clinton impeachment lawyer in

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    The story was first reported by the New York Times . A source familiar with Cobb's departure said the former federal prosecutor, who joined Trump's legal team in July 2017, had been clashing with the President in recent weeks over Trump's combative posture with the special counsel's investigation.
  • Stormy Daniels Plots Strip Tour to Promote 'Penthouse' Cover

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    Trump used his national and worldwide audience of millions of people to make a false factual statement to denigrate and attack Ms. Clifford", the complaint said. Trump presently has 51.4 million Twitter followers. Daniels said the president knew his tweet was false or made it with reckless disregard for its truth, and falsely accused her of making up the assailant.
  • Young couple beaten in Kolkata Metro for

    Young couple beaten in Kolkata Metro for "being too close"

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    The Metro Rail did not support moral policing of any kind, she had said. To speak in English does not mean civilisation. Forgetting to switch to their personal account, the administrator commented views which were in sharp contrast to the official status.
  • Ahead of Trade Talks, China Says It Won't Submit to US 'Threats'

    Ahead of Trade Talks, China Says It Won't Submit to US 'Threats'

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    Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross softened expectations of any major breakthrough from US and China talks over trade issues this week. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Tuesday it was not his objective to change China's economic system, but he would try to find ways to limit the damage it causes to the United States and open it further for U.S.
  • Teen's prom dress sparks online debate about cultural appropriation

    Teen's prom dress sparks online debate about cultural appropriation

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    She said Tuesday she saw the dress and immediately thought it was the flawless outfit for her prom. Keziah Daum, who has no Chinese roots, was heavily criticised in her native United States after sharing images on Twitter of her wearing a Chinese qipao dress to her school prom.
  • School plans to hand out modesty ponchos to girls at formal

    School plans to hand out modesty ponchos to girls at formal

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    A Catholic high school planned to give "modesty ponchos" to girls with revealing prom dresses but swiftly abandoned the plan amid accusations of misogyny. A Catholic high school in the United States has devised an inventive strategy to keep students covered up on prom night, which is slated for May 12.
  • Iowa lawmakers pass strictest abortion law in the US

    Iowa lawmakers pass strictest abortion law in the US

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    The GOP-controlled senate passed a similar bill earlier this year. The legislation would effectively ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, with exemptions for cases of rape and incest. "By passing an intentionally unconstitutional bill, Iowa Republicans have declared that they do not care about the foundational values of our state, or Iowa's future", she said.
  • Charlottesville White Supremacist Found Guilty of Brutal Attack on Black Man

    Charlottesville White Supremacist Found Guilty of Brutal Attack on Black Man

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    Video of the assault shows white men in khaki trousers and white polo shirts beating Harris at the entrance of a parking garage as he lay prone on the ground. He swung a flashlight at the flagpole to knock it away before rushing into the parking garage where he was subsequently attacked. In it, Goodwin speaks by jail phone in a jumpsuit and calls himself an advocate for "white civil rights" through his affiliation with the Arkansas ShieldWall Network.