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  • Phoenix police investigating shooting of 9-year-old boy

    Phoenix police investigating shooting of 9-year-old boy

    A 2-year-old picked up the gun and accidentally shot the older sibling. The mother, Wendy Lavarnia, 28, told police she had put her loaded gun on a bed within reach of her 2-year-old and 4-year-old sons while she turned to get a holster, according to court records .

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  • FBI Director Confirmed Investigation Into Links Between Russia And The Trump Campaign

    FBI Director Confirmed Investigation Into Links Between Russia And The Trump Campaign

    The Russian President's spokesman also refused to comment on the issue of how the Kremlin assessed Trump's prospects of winning the elections by saying that he "does not regard it as a reason to give comments". Trump took to his official @POTUS Twitter account to share videos from the hearing later on Monday. "FBI Director Comey refuses to deny he briefed President Obama on calls made by Michael Flynn to Russian Federation".

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation director confirms probe of possible Russian Federation links to Trump team

    Federal Bureau of Investigation director confirms probe of possible Russian Federation links to Trump team

    Trump's associates. FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Adm. Mike Rogers came, not to compete, but to shed some light into the government's investigations into Russian attempts to influence the American elections. Sputnik News Service ran an article called the "Dozen Most Insane Statements from US Congress" Hearing on "Russian Spying'", which outlined the contradictions the author saw in some of the statements made on the Hill.

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  • Contrast in style as Duterte meets Myanmar's Suu Kyi

    Contrast in style as Duterte meets Myanmar's Suu Kyi

    Both countries were co-founders of the ASEAN, and the Philippines was able to formalize diplomatic relations with Thailand on June 14, 1949 in Washington DC. Duterte has also been condemned for the several thousand deaths caused by the surge of extrajudicial killings in his war on drugs. Since taking office last July, Duterte, nicknamed "the Punisher" for his lethal approach to policing, has led a bloody war on drugs that has killed more than 7,000 people.

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  • Boost for China in Sino-US ties

    Boost for China in Sino-US ties

    State Secretary Rex Tillerson in Seoul on Friday during his first official Asia trip. The implication of Mr Tillerson's statement is that, if the United States can not stop North Korea through diplomatic or economic pressure, it will have to take military action.

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  • Parents, two children killed while three others survive house fire

    Parents, two children killed while three others survive house fire

    Eddie Coakley, at Trinity Baptist Church in Cayce. Around 12 a.m., a fire began at the family's home on Mossborough Drive in Lexington County. "They chose to live life sharing the love of Jesus with everyone". State Law Enforcement Division spokesman Thom Berry confirmed four people died in the fire. Multiple agencies continue to investigate what may have caused the fire.

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  • Polish minister accuses EU's Tusk of 'treason'

    Polish minister accuses EU's Tusk of 'treason'

    It now has 30 days to decide whether to investigate. Defence minister Antoni Macierewicz, who heads a special commission reinvestigating the crash, has notified the military section of the National Prosecutor's Office that he suspects Mr Tusk committed a crime against Poland when he failed to secure Poland's participation in the investigation of the crash near Smolensk, Russia, or the return - to this day - of the wreckage and of the plane's flight recorders.

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  • Singapore falls 4 spots in World Happiness Report to 26th

    Singapore falls 4 spots in World Happiness Report to 26th

    The report was released on March 20 by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) for the United Nations on the occasion of the International Happiness Day. "The USA is a story of reduced happiness". By choosing to produce oil slowly and investing the proceeds for the future, Norway has managed to insulate itself from the boom and bust cycle of many other resource-rich economies.

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  • Supreme Court offers to mediate in Ayodhya issue

    Supreme Court offers to mediate in Ayodhya issue

    The court was hearing a plea of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today seeking urgent hearing of Ayodhya conflict in the apex court. The matter was also brought up in court soon after Yogi Adityanath took oath as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh.

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  • Happiness Index: Bangladesh ranked 110th, 4th in S Asia

    Happiness Index: Bangladesh ranked 110th, 4th in S Asia

    Israel has climbed in the rankings from 2012, when it placed 14th, and has remained at 11 each year since then. The top ten countries all ranked highly in terms of income, healthy life expectancy, having someone to count on in times of trouble, generosity, freedom and trust.

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  • Sondeo da ventaja a candidato Moreno en elecciones de Ecuador

    Sondeo da ventaja a candidato Moreno en elecciones de Ecuador

    La encuesta, realizada hasta el 19 de marzo y con un margen de error del 2,8 %, fue elaborada por medio de entrevistas en hogares ecuatorianos, de acuerdo con una muestra representativa. El portal gubernamental El Ciudadano dijo hoy que la denuncia se basará en documentos supuestamente filtrados por un empleado de esa empresa, que apuntan a que la encuestadora trata presuntamente de favorecer al candidato opositor a la Presidencia del país, Guillermo Lasso , en las elecciones del próximo 2 de ...

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  • Pink Floyd recording to be released for first time

    Pink Floyd recording to be released for first time

    The track, written and performed by Syd Barrett , Roger Waters, Richard Wright and Nick Mason , was recorded on November 31, 1966, before the band was signed to EMI. Meanwhile, this Friday, March 24, will see the release of six separate individual volumes of Pink Floyd recordings that first were issued in November as part of the massive box set The Early Years - 1967-1972.

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  • Maduro denuncia que EEUU activó plan para intervenir Venezuela

    Maduro denuncia que EEUU activó plan para intervenir Venezuela

    Maduro denunció que "quieren convertir a Venezuela en una especie de neocolonia gobernada desde el extranjero, por los magnates de los Estados Unidos y magnates corruptos venezolanos que están en Miami". "A 23 años de la salida del comandante Hugo Chávez de la cárcel de Yare, convoco a una movilización en defensa de la patria y la soberanía nacional", resaltó .

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  • Cae en México uno de los fugitivos más buscados por el FBI

    Cae en México uno de los fugitivos más buscados por el FBI

    Según la PGR , la captura de Juan Paulino se realizó gracias al intercambio de información con el Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI, por sus siglas en inglés), elementos de la Agencia de Investigación Criminal (AIC) adscritos a la Dirección General de Asuntos Policiales Internacionales, e Interpol.

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  • Apple Releases a New, Affordable iPad

    Apple Releases a New, Affordable iPad

    Apple has worked with the prominent AIDS charity a number of times in the past, including iPad covers and limited edition App Store downloads. Apple says the new app will make it quick and easy to create multi-clip videos "without timelines, tracks or complicated editing tools".

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  • South Korean Ex-leader, Park Questioned For 14 Hours

    South Korean Ex-leader, Park Questioned For 14 Hours

    According to reports, the prosecutors would have to determine based on their investigation and Ms Park's statements, whether or not to issue a warrant for her arrest. The court found that the president had helped her friend Choi Soon-sil extract bribes from South Korean conglomerates and had personally asked major corporations for donations.

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  • Nintendo and Cyanogen nearly partnered for the Switch

    Nintendo and Cyanogen nearly partnered for the Switch

    McMaster didn't specifically say the Switch (although Nintendo appears to have stopped developing any other portable) nor did he specifically say Android, but of course you don't approach Cyanogen unless you're looking for Android experts. McMaster claims that the Switch even still uses parts of Android. And, it's also a big missed opportunity for us nerds of the world because a Nintendo portable tablet-like console that could run Android apps would have been a killer gadget for sure.

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  • Comey: FBI Is Investigating Whether Trump Campaign Coordinated With Russia

    Comey: FBI Is Investigating Whether Trump Campaign Coordinated With Russia

    The FBI "is investigating the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election", Comey told a hearing by the House Intelligence Committee. Another tweet incorrectly said Comey and Rogers told lawmakers that Russian Federation "did not influence" the electoral process. "We do know that the I.R.S., for example, targeted citizens" groups who spoke out in defense of the Constitution, who spoke out against Obama, ' he said.

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  • Iraqi forces close in on Mosul mosque

    Iraqi forces close in on Mosul mosque

    At least 27 civilians were killed in US -led coalition airstrikes and a roadside bomb in western Mosul , where Iraqi forces are battling to oust Daesh militants from the area, according to an Iraqi activist. "There is absolutely nothing", one resident said. "We are advancing towards the Old City". Their resistance is weakening. Federal police also arrested Husam Sheet al-Jabouri, the local chief of Diwan al-Hisba, an IS unit responsible for enforcing strict Islamic rules, in Mosul's ...

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  • UN expert fears Myanmar trying to depopulate Rohingya areas

    UN expert fears Myanmar trying to depopulate Rohingya areas

    Lee said she's been "hearing of the discovery of mass graves and things of that nature", and appealed to the Myanmar government to let investigators like her "leave no stones unturned". More than 74,000 Rohingyas have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh, while more than 20,000 Rohingyas have been newly displaced within Rakhine, the United Nations reported.

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  • Microsoft Launches New Tool to Facilitate Easy Switch

    Microsoft Launches New Tool to Facilitate Easy Switch

    The tool is said to work so efficiently once the user has agreed to the end-user license agreement and provided the user has set the destination for the file before allowing its transfer to an external drive. Microsoft hasn't formally announced the tool, and has in fact pulled access to the assistant. The tool is aptly called Mac to Surface Assistant, highlighting Microsoft's own Surface computer brand.

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  • Andrés Zaldívar asumió nuevamente la presidencia del Senado

    Andrés Zaldívar asumió nuevamente la presidencia del Senado

    El parlamentario fue postulado formalmente por el senador Jorge Pizarro (DC ), quien lo presentó como "una joven promesa de la política chilena". El DC Andrés Zaldívar asumió hoy la presidencia del Senado, en un discurso que estuvo marcado por el rol que desempeñará el Congreso de cara a la modificación de la actual Constitución.

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  • 'SCOTUS bladder' question defuses tension at Gorsuch hearing

    'SCOTUS bladder' question defuses tension at Gorsuch hearing

    Berman cites a quote from six former lawyers in the voting-rights section of the FEC who called von Spakovsky "the point person for undermining the Civil Rights Division's mandate to protect voting rights". Based on my review of his record and qualifications, I concur that Gorsuch is the ideal nominee to fill Scalia's seat on the Supreme Court. "Boy, I don't even know what to say now, you really caught me off guard there", Gorsuch said.

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  • AMD Releases Community Update on Several Ryzen CPU Concerns

    AMD Releases Community Update on Several Ryzen CPU Concerns

    The Sunnyvale, Calif. -based company hopes the chips will help it steal some market share back from Intel, the world's largest chip maker. This launch follows on the heels of the company's recently-announced higher-end Ryzen 7 processors. If you don't want to wait to find out whether this is a real problem or not, it may be worth using Windows 7 instead, as purportedly that doesn't suffer from the same issues as Windows 10 does when running the new hardware.

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