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  • Paris Terrorist Had Been Jailed For Trying to Kill Cops

    Paris Terrorist Had Been Jailed For Trying to Kill Cops

    Abballa is killed by a police SWAT team, but has already claimed the murders on social media in the name of the Islamic State group. The UK Foreign Office has also issued a warning to all British nationals in Paris to "remain vigilant and follow the advice of the local security authorities".

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  • Iranian nuclear deal faces threats

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday (Thursday NZ Time) accused Iran of "alarming ongoing provocations" to destabilise countries in the Middle East as the Trump administration launched a review of its policy towards Tehran that will include the 2015 nuclear deal.

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  • Queen Elizabeth II turns 91 with day at the horse races

    The artillery gun salutes in London's Hyde Park and at the Tower of London will be the only formal markers for the occasion. The sound of a gun salute tore through central London on Friday to celebrate the 91st birthday of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, with the world's longest-reigning monarch taking a step back from royal duties to allow the younger generation to step forward.

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  • U.K. Elections - Impact On British Pound

    Craig Elder and Tom Edmonds, who were in charge of digital strategy and branding during the 2015 Tory campaign, are back in the party's election team under the direction of political strategist Lynton Crosby, a person familiar with the matter said.

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  • Washington lawmakers pass bill for two-tier licensing

    Washington lawmakers pass bill for two-tier licensing

    Monday, Gov Jay Inslee criticized Senate Republicans for putting conditions on starting formal budget negotiations. Republicans and Democrats are holding negotiations on improvements to the state's school system, and "that's fine", Inslee said, but there's more to the 2017-19 operating budget that the state needs.

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  • Trade in the Foreground of Pence Tour

    Foreign affairs analyst Richard Heydarian said the visit aims to show U.S. support to Indonesia as the world's most populous Muslim-majority country has seen its "moderate, cosmopolitan, interpretation of Islam" challenged by a "more puritanical and exclusivist view" of the religion.

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  • Seattle officers shot after robbery, 1 suspect dead

    Seattle officers shot after robbery, 1 suspect dead

    A fight had ensued being the two officers and three suspects and at one point at least one of the suspects fired shots. The incident marks the first time a police officer has been shot in Seattle since October 31, 2009 when officer Tim Brenton was killed and officer Britt Sweeney was injured, KIRO reports.

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  • North Korea warns of 'super-mighty preemptive strike'

    North Korea warns of 'super-mighty preemptive strike'

    The vice president arrived in Tokyo after concluding talks in Seoul, where he focused mostly on North Korea's threats. In a phone call with reporters Monday, Susan Thornton, the acting assistant secretary of state for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, said the president has "made clear to the Chinese that they should view North Korea as a liability, not as an asset, and that this is an urgent global threat that must be addressed by all peace-loving nations, but especially by China, when they ...

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  • Georgia election a 'wake-up call' for US Republicans

    National Right to Life has endorsed Karen Handel (R) following the special election in Georgia's sixth congressional district to replace former Rep. For Democrats, their next two federal contests look very bleak with special elections coming up in Montana and SC where the GOP is expected to easily prevail.

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  • USA pilot ejects from jet approaching carrier headed for Korean peninsula

    The pilot, who was attached to the Carrier Air Wing 2 based out of Lemoore, California, was rescued from the Celebes Sea south of the Philippines , according to Fox News. However, a U.S. navy photo showed that the Carl Vinson was transiting the Sunda Strait on its way to drills with Australia on Saturday. A Naval Academy graduate serves as the executive officer of the USS Carl Vinson - the aircraft that President Donald Trump said was heading toward the Korean Peninsula.

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  • Duarte se reserva derecho a decidir sobre extradición

    Duarte se reserva derecho a decidir sobre extradición

    Tras su captura se especula que pudo haber ingresado por tierra a Guatemala durante los primeros días de noviembre de 2016, la cual, fue la línea más clara para que las autoridades dieran con el paradero del exgobernador y su esposa, Karime Macías , pues la Policía Federal detuvo a un hombre en el aeropuerto internacional de Tapachula con pasaportes apócrifos con las fotografías del exmandatario y su esposa.

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  • Paris attack will 'probably help' Le Pen in France

    Le Pen's opponents have called for calm in the wake of the attacks, and an expert on French politics told CNN that voters could view the nationalist as too radical to provide reassurance. "The president of the United States wrote this? That's incredible", Padis said. In a tweet Friday morning, Trump said that China is the "economic lifeline" to North Korea.

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  • Paris police officer killed and two injured in suspected terrorist shooting

    Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, who campaigns against immigration and Islamic fundamentalism, took to Twitter to offer her sympathy for law enforcement officers "once again targeted". The policeman killed Thursday was identified as Xavier Jugele by Flag!, a French association of LGBT police officers. Two other candidates were snapping at their heels.

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  • Lawyer tells rape trial jury women are 'good' at lying

    Lawyer tells rape trial jury women are 'good' at lying

    Clubb also called out Farese for discussing how the woman was dressed at the time of the alleged rape. "Women can be especially good at it because they're the weaker sex. "My job is not to care if anybody gets offended", Farese reportedly said in a phone interview . "Smart people will see it for what it is". He is on trial this week charged with three counts of aggravated rape against one woman.

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  • Syria moved aircraft out of US-bombed airstrip to Russian base

    The OPCW was in 2013 responsible for overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapon stockpile, following an attack in the Ghouta area of Damascus that activists say killed 1,400 people. He referred to the US cruise missile strike in Syria as an important example of the new administration's "forthright deeds" against the use of chemical weapons.

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  • Senate confirms Trump pick Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

    Senate confirms Trump pick Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

    The Senate has cast enough votes to confirm Neil Gorsuch , a 49-year-old federal judge who could help cement a conservative majority on the bench for decades, to the Supreme Court, according to a CNN count of the vote. Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the constitutional oath to Gorsuch in a private ceremony in the justices' conference room at 9 a.m. He is a former clerk to both Justices Byron White and Kennedy.

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  • Babri demolition: SC to decide today if Advani, others to face trial

    It also directed probe agency CBI to ensure that prosecution witnesses appear on each and every date for recording of evidence in the case and the trial court should start the proceedings within four weeks from Wednesday. Advani and Joshi were originally charged with making inflammatory speeches that prompted lakhs of karsevaks (volunteers) to bring down the mosque that stands on a disputed site which is believed to be the janmasthal (birthplace) of Lord Ram.

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  • North Korean propaganda video threatens U.S. with missiles

    North Korean propaganda video threatens U.S. with missiles

    They also say greater Chinese cooperation is vital. "We've moved beyond failed dialogues of the past and now we've moved into an era where President Trump is absolutely committed to marshaling the energy of the world community, of countries in the Asian-Pacific, to use economic and diplomatic power to isolate North Korea and achieve the goal of a denuclearized Korean Peninsula", he said .

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  • Arkansas poised to carry out first execution since 2005

    Lee was arrested less than an hour after the killing after spending some of the $300 he had stolen from Reese. The state had planned to use the drugs in four double executions over an 11-day period in April. However, at a court hearing on the McKesson lawsuit, department deputy director Rory Griffin said he did tell a McKesson salesman about the intended goal of the drug.

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  • La oposición turca pedirá recuento de votos del referendo

    La oposición turca pedirá recuento de votos del referendo

    Se cree que gastó cerca de 1.000 millones de dólares. En los últimos meses, la relación entre Ankara y Washington, habitualmente buena, se ha visto tensada por dos polémicas, en las que el Gobierno turco no halló acuerdo con el expresidente demócrata Barack Obama pero espera una postura más flexible de Trump.

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  • After A Monthlong Search, Student Found Safe, Teacher Arrested

    That kind of clues people in", Barry said. Court papers filed recently in the girl's disappearance said she was afraid of the teacher and thought she would face repercussions at school if she resisted him. Authorities said Elizabeth will be returned to Tennessee on a TBI aircraft. "You have a victim that needs a lot of care and counseling", said Siskiyou County Sheriff Joe Lopey.

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  • CRTC: Internet Providers Must Treat All Web Traffic Equally

    CRTC: Internet Providers Must Treat All Web Traffic Equally

    Videotron launched an unlimited music streaming service in August 2015 that allowed its customers to stream music from specific third-party services without it counting against their monthly data cap. Videotron was ordered to change its Unlimited Music program by July 19 to bring it into compliance. In practical terms this means that immediately Vidéotron's Unlimited Music Service, which excluded the data used by that music streaming service from certain mobile plans, was offside.

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  • Wounded vet crosses finish line in Boston Marathon

    The 121st edition of the Boston Marathon will leave Hopkinton on Monday morning for the 26.2-mile trek to Copley Square, with more than 30,000 runners expected to line up with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid-60s — a little warmer than the competitors would like.

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