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  • 15 people shot, 1 killed at Cincinnati nightclub

    15 people shot, 1 killed at Cincinnati nightclub

    That is totally unacceptable,"said Mayor John Cranley, calling the shooting a "heinous crime". "Our hearts are broken, but our spirits are not". Black says the investigation continues. Police say there was only one gunman, but they are still looking for the shooter. The Cameo nightclub allows admission to anyone over the age of 18 on Friday nights.

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  • Trump forced to pull health care bill in major setback

    Trump forced to pull health care bill in major setback

    The Republican House Speaker, who reluctantly took the post following the resignation of Ohio Republican John Boehner in 2015, faces mounting questions about his leadership abilities amid the heath care debacle, especially after the bill was pulled from the House floor Friday since the GOP failed to procure enough votes.

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  • More OPEC Members Call For Cuts Extension Beyond June

    More OPEC Members Call For Cuts Extension Beyond June

    The rally stalled this year as US output and supplies continued to grow. "This reaffirms the commitment of OPEC and participating non-OPEC countries to continue to cooperate", the statement said. But the committee in its final statement removed a section in the draft that said it recommended a six-month extension. The committee said it took note that certain factors, such as low seasonal demand, refinery maintenance and rising non-OPEC supply had led to an increase in crude oil stocks.

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  • Fiscalía surcoreana solicitará arresto de la expresidenta Park

    Fiscalía surcoreana solicitará arresto de la expresidenta Park

    No se ha fijado fecha para esa audiencia. La destitución de Park, de 65 años, fue confirmada a principios de mes por la Corte Constitucional surcoreana , poniendo fin a su inmunidad. Tres personas murieron en violentas protestas que estallaron en Seúl después de la sentencia del tribunal. La nueva elección presidencial se llevará a cabo el 9 de mayo.

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  • Estados del centro y sur del país presentarán lluvias este lunes

    Estados del centro y sur del país presentarán lluvias este lunes

    Vientos del sur y sureste con rachas superiores a 50 km/h: Coahuila , Nuevo León y Tamaulipas . Cielo medio nublado con lluvias escasas en Jalisco y Michoacán. Viento del norte y noreste con rachas de hasta 70 km/h en el Istmo de Tehuantepec. Mientras en el Golfo de México persistirá cielo medio nublado a nublado.

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  • Duterte tops initial count for this year's TIME's Most Influential list

    Duterte tops initial count for this year's TIME's Most Influential list

    Philippines' very own President Rodrigo Duterte is now the front-runner of an online poll for Time magazine's annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The poll will end on April 16, and the official results will be announced on April 20. The voting will close on April 16, and the list will be officially released on April 20.

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  • Chicago officer in fatal 2014 shooting indicted again

    Chicago officer in fatal 2014 shooting indicted again

    A special prosecutor and attorneys for former Officer Jason Van Dyke didn't discuss the new indictment announced during at a Thursday hearing. The video footage appears to show that Van Dyke began firing immediately after getting out of his vehicle, and continued to fire even after the teen fell to the pavement.

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  • New tactics to be used in Mosul battle as civilians killed soar

    New tactics to be used in Mosul battle as civilians killed soar

    In an official statement on Saturday, the USA -led coalition announced they had carried out a strike on Islamic State militants in the area of the building, but the specifics were still under investigation. Monitoring website Airwars .org said more than 1,000 Iraqi civilians had been killed by the US-led coalition this month. A senior USA defense official denied on Saturday that there had been any change in the rules of engagement.

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  • Pakistan starts building fence along disputed Afghan border

    Pakistan starts building fence along disputed Afghan border

    Both Mohmand and the adjoining Bajaur which abut Afghanistan's Nangarhar and Kunar provinces have seen a frequent spike in attacks, including the ones by the banned militants groups, including Jamaatul Ahrar and Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan. "A better managed, secure and peaceful border is in mutual interest of both brotherly countries who have given phenomenal sacrifices in war against terrorism", he said.

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  • Dustin Johnson Wins Three-in-a-Row

    Dustin Johnson Wins Three-in-a-Row

    Tanihara hit two great shots, a flip wedge to a risky pin over the water on the 13th to 4 feet, and a long iron into the wind on the 14th to 6 feet, to win both holes and square the match. I'm here to play golf and play day-by-day. But his second shot failed to get closer than 30 feet from the hole, and Rahm failed to roll in the birdie try, allowing Johnson to halve the hole and win the match with a par.

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  • French presidential candidates face off in first TV debate

    French presidential candidates face off in first TV debate

    Fillon, an avowed Catholic, was the surprise victor of the rightwing Republicans' primary in November after campaigning as a man of integrity. The Journal du Dimanche newspaper claimed that an anonymous benefactor had paid almost €48,500 for Arnys garments for the former prime minister since 2012, including the clothes paid for by cheque last month.

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  • VW Chief Denies Talks with Fiat

    VW Chief Denies Talks with Fiat

    Operating profit at Volkswagen's biggest vehicle brand fell past year, showing the challenges still facing the world's largest automaker 18 months on from its emissions scandal. At Paris auto show, Mr. Marchionne once challenged Volkswagen's leaders to a shutdown. "We are not ready for talks about anything ", Mueller said last week.

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  • Cincinnati Police Say 15 Shot, 1 Killed In Nightclub

    Cincinnati Police Say 15 Shot, 1 Killed In Nightclub

    Black commends first responders who "handled a very hard situation extremely well". Of the 14 people injured in the attack, eight are being treated at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. A single body was removed by the coroner shortly after 6am yesterday. Police said numerous witnesses fled the scene after the shooting, but they are still searching for club-goers that saw what happened.

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  • Spain says it will give nothing in return for ETA disarmament

    Spain says it will give nothing in return for ETA disarmament

    Sponsored Content: Why Governance, Risk and Compliance is Everyone's Business - Download the Executive Brief Today. He said the Basque government had been informed of a possible weapons handover. They were charged with possession of explosives and weapons, released on bail and are awaiting trial. He said the government would not speculate on any potential disarmament.

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  • Shoelace Fence Jumper Strikes Again ... Only Now

    Shoelace Fence Jumper Strikes Again ... Only Now

    But on Sunday morning around 7.15am GMT (2.15 am local time), Wahl chose to scale a different fence in a bid to get inside. After her initial arrest, Wahl reportedly told police she wanted "speak with President Donald Trump". The second arrest occurred on March 24, when she was spotted at 16th Street and H Street Northwest, near Lafayette Park, and busted for violating the aforementioned "Stay Away" order.

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  • Mother, young daughter killed in separate accidents within hour

    Mother, young daughter killed in separate accidents within hour

    Summerville said the incident happened on Alabama 117 at mile marker 9. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The youngster was pronounced dead at the scene. Blalock said Julie, who also has two older children, was engaged and planning a wedding this fall. Tell me this is just a bad dream, please God!' A friend set up a YouCaring page for Julia's husband, Kevin Patterson .

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  • Led Coalition Faces Grisly Urban Battlefield In Mosul

    Led Coalition Faces Grisly Urban Battlefield In Mosul

    Iraqi government forces have halted the ongoing offensive to recapture western Mosul from Daesh militants on Saturday due to the high rate of civilian casualties, a security forces spokesman said . According to Iraqi News , eyewitnesses have said that IS (also known as ISIS, ISIL and Deash) burned alive three women who refused to "slaughter" fellow Mosul civilians.

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  • Iraq army blames jihadist bomb for Mosul deaths

    Iraq army blames jihadist bomb for Mosul deaths

    The reports also prompted questions as to whether the civilian casualties were the result of President Trump's vow to step up the US fight against ISIS . United States officials did not comment on the number. VIDEO: Desperate to flee fighting, thousands of displaced Iraqis from west Mosul are arriving in Hammam al-Alil camp, a few kilometres south of the city.

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  • Unlucky Sevens: Lam Gets Unfortunate Nickname With Hong Kong Win

    Unlucky Sevens: Lam Gets Unfortunate Nickname With Hong Kong Win

    In 2014, she led the failed attempt to reform Hong Kong's election process based on Beijing's unpopular proposal to vet chief executive candidates. But the public backing for John Tsang also revealed a level of discontent among the people of Hong Kong over Beijing's increasing interference in Hong Kong's affairs, supposedly protected by the "One Country, Two Systems" framework.

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  • Letter to the editor: New healthcare plan bad for older Americans

    Letter to the editor: New healthcare plan bad for older Americans

    A vote for the proposed ACA replacement, the American Health Care Act, was postponed Thursday after House Republicans said an afternoon meeting with President Donald Trump failed to lead to a deal on legislation, according to USA Today. The congressional Republican health-care plan will be a disaster for working families. Ted Kennedy's seat with a Republican that would vote against it.

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  • Gobierno negó aislamiento de Leopoldo López ante CIDH

    Gobierno negó aislamiento de Leopoldo López ante CIDH

    La sesión sobre inmigración había sido convocada por la CIDH de oficio porque le preocupaban las modificaciones que se introdujeron en una de las legislaciones que la entidad consideraba "modelo" en esta materia en la región, según había explicado el secretario ejecutivo del organismo, Paulo Abrão.

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  • ZTE Corporation Pleads Guilty to Illegally Sending US Tech Items to Iran

    ZTE Corporation Pleads Guilty to Illegally Sending US Tech Items to Iran

    Though their revenues did grow, ZTE admitted in its financial report a net loss for the company of 2.36 billion yuan as a result of the US$1.19 billion fine handed to them after they plead guilty in the case. While the company must cooperate with US law enforcement, it's not obligated to disclose information that might violate Chinese law governing state secrets - which could offer wide latitude in withholding information.

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  • Turkey summons Swiss counselor over PKK rally in Bern

    Turkey summons Swiss counselor over PKK rally in Bern

    Speaking on Saturday at a Turkish-Anglo conference in southern Antalya province, Erdogan said Ankara would likely review its ties with the bloc after a nationwide vote next month on sweeping constitutional changes. Turkey has been incensed by USA support for a Kurdish militia in Syria it sees as a terrorist group, and by the continued presence in the United States of Fethullah Gülen, the Turkish cleric Ankara blames for a failed coup last July and wants extradited.

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  • Sewol ferry raised 13 meters above sea

    Sewol ferry raised 13 meters above sea

    The Sewol ferry broke through the surface of the water for the first time in almost three years on the early morning hours of Thursday. It was an emotional moment for families still looking for their missing children and a step towards closing one of the most traumatic episodes in South Korea's history.

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  • Necesario, un cambio en materia de coordinación fiscal — Meade

    Necesario, un cambio en materia de coordinación fiscal — Meade

    No son claras aún las intenciones de Estados Unidos en materia fiscal y de hecho se espera que sea hasta abril o mayo cuando acaso se despeje esa incógnita. No solo da, apuntó, a los municipios una fuente de ingresos importante, sino que además permite o se convierte en un elemento relevante para el desarrollo urbano.

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  • Nightclub shooting in Ohio

    Nightclub shooting in Ohio

    The shooting occurred around 2 a.m.at Cameo Night Club, WLWT reported . The Cincinnati Police Department, ATF and the coroner's office are on the scene investigating the homicide and shooting at 4601 Kellogg Ave. One person is still listed in critical condition, but several victims had to undergo surgery. On its Facebook page , the club describes its Saturday night event as a "grown and sexy night" for people aged over 21.

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  • Activists say IS evacuating Raqqa over dam fears

    Activists say IS evacuating Raqqa over dam fears

    Islamic State has warned that the Tabqa dam, which a USA -backed Kurdish and Arab militia is trying to capture from the militant group, is at imminent risk of collapse because of airstrikes and increased water levels. Syrian activists say USA -backed Syrian Kurdish forces have reached the Tabqa air base in northern Syria and are fighting to seize it from Islamic State control.

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