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  • First woman to run Boston Marathon does it again 50 years later

    First woman to run Boston Marathon does it again 50 years later

    She established 261 Fearless (based on the number she wore at Boston ) - a global community of female walkers, joggers and runners that's all about sisterhood and encouragement. The number was retired from the marathon - only the second such number - after she completed the race. Granville, who lost part of his leg after a roadside bomb struck his vehicle in Afghanistan in 2008, has competed in multiple marathons.

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  • OMB preps for shutdown, WH says it's unlikely

    OMB preps for shutdown, WH says it's unlikely

    President Trump has repeatedly said Obamacare is on the verge of collapse, but health policy experts dispute that. Not only must Republicans overcome intraparty ideological divisions that stopped major healthcare legislation last month, but they will have to win over some opposition Democrats with provisions that could be distasteful to conservatives.

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  • South Korean Man Dies After Eating Toads

    South Korean Man Dies After Eating Toads

    Police conducted a forensic analysis of the meal's left overs and found it contained the toxin bufotenine. The deceased had started vomiting soon after finishing dinner and his two colleagues had similar symptoms. They said that among the five animals they had caught, some were in fact toads which looked identical to bullfrogs, reported Yonhap news agency. Bullfrogs are a delicacy in several parts of the world like Namibia and South Korea.

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  • Russia, US in spat over United Nations condemnation of N. Korea

    The country's United Nations envoy, Kim In Ryong, said this week that the USA had pushed the Korean Peninsula to the "brink of war". But the vice president expressed impatience with the unwillingness of North Korea to move toward ridding itself of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles .

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  • Fear engulfs President polls after Paris attack

    Belgian security officials had warned French counterparts before the attack that El Osri was a "very unsafe individual en route to France " aboard the Thalys high-speed train. A source close to the investigation said: "This is the dilemma we face". The first round of voting in the two-stage presidential election is due to take place on Sunday.

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  • Widow of Saints star Will Smith upset at killer's 25 years

    Widow of Saints star Will Smith upset at killer's 25 years

    Hayes, 29, could be sentenced to 60 years for fatally shooting Smith and wounding Racquel Smith in a confrontation after a traffic crash last year. Instead, Buras sentenced Hayes to serve 25 years for Smith's death and 15 years for the bullet that hit Racquel Smith in both legs, with both sentences to run at the same time.

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  • Frenchman Who Gunned Down Cops on Champs-Elysees ID'd

    The gunman was killed by police. U.S. President Donald Trump waded into the fray Friday, asserting in an interview with The Associated Press that the attack will stoke Le Pen's chances. The 11 candidates standing in Sunday's closely fought presidential election were engaged in a final joint TV appearance to argue their policies as the attack happened.

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  • Tennessee teacher suspected in kidnapping arrested in northern California

    A lawyer for the girl's family has said the teacher was allowed to continue working at the school for two weeks after he was reported kissing the student. Thomas was the subject of a Tennessee Amber Alert issued March 14 after having been kidnapped a day earlier by Cummins, a former teacher at her school in Maury County, Tennessee, the release states.

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  • Pilot aboard USS Carl Vinson being assessed after ejecting from aircraft

    The crash occurred several thousands further south in the Sea of Celebes. The pilot was quickly recovered by a helicopter and is being assessed by the medical team on board the carrier. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster Sunday said, "It's time for us to undertake all actions we can, short of a military option, to try to resolve this peacefully".

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  • Cameroon Restores Internet in Minority English-Speaking Areas

    Cameroon Restores Internet in Minority English-Speaking Areas

    Government spokesman Issa Tchiroma said in a statement that "the conditions that preceded the suspension of the internet to that part of the national territory have much changed" and that President Paul Biya had ordered the resumption of internet servces in the northwest and southwest regions.

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  • How the 'Facebook Killer' Was Caught Thanks to Quick-Thinking McDonald's Workers

    How the 'Facebook Killer' Was Caught Thanks to Quick-Thinking McDonald's Workers

    Acting on a tip from the McDonald's, state troopers spotted Stephens leaving the restaurant in Erie and went after him, bumping his auto to try to get it to stop, authorities said. "She's the reason why this is about to happen to you", Stephens said on a video posted on Facebook. Officials said Stephens, 37, killed Robert Godwin Sr ., 74, in Cleveland Sunday, then posted video of the horrific attack on Facebook.

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  • US, China working 'closely' on North Korea: Mattis

    Chang said that President Trump will also have to work with China, because China has deep ties to North Korea. White House officials, however, have stopped short of flatly saying that military action was being planned. "But the era of strategic patience is over", he said. For its part, China says the system's powerful radar is a threat to its security. The ambassador stressed North Korea's resolve to stay calm in the face of aggressive policies of the Donald Trump Administration, which ...

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  • Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 91st birthday with day of horse races

    Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 91st birthday with day of horse races

    Once her father became king, she then traded her normal life and schooling for a hectic life of learning how to run a country and how to hold herself in public. The year is marred by the deaths of princess Margaret, her only sibling, and her mother, Elizabeth, known as the Queen Mother. While generally in good health, she suffered a cold over Christmas and her recovery was watched anxiously.

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  • Terror Suspected In Deadly Paris Shooting Days Before Election

    Regarding the outcome of the second round, scheduled for May 7, the poll predicts that Macron will defeat Le Pen by 66 against 34 percent. Trump hasn't formally endorsed any candidate, but many are comparing Le Pen's far-right, populist message to that of the USA president's campaign.

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  • Gisele Bundchen bans hubby Tom Brady from Donald Trump's White House

    Gisele Bundchen bans hubby Tom Brady from Donald Trump's White House

    Later Wednesday night, the Patriots tweeted side-by-side photos of 2004 and 2017, both years in which the Super Bowl visit was the second in three years. According to the team, the comparison photo suggests a significantly smaller turnout for Trump's celebration. The Patriots added that this year 34 players attended and in 2015, 36 did, so the number of players was similar.

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  • Treasury denies Exxon waiver to drill in Russia

    The energy group also had agreed to look for shale oil in western Siberia and in the deep waters of the Black Sea, the area where Exxon is now seeking a waiver from sanctions. "Those sanctions were imposed for the most serious violations of worldwide law when Russian Federation invaded Ukraine and later annexed Crimea". In March 2014, the United States imposed financial sanctions on Russian Federation to punish Mr Putin for his annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine.

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  • Se estrella caza de EU que iba rumbo a Norcorea

    Los representante de Corea del Sur , Japón y EE.UU. en las negociaciones para la desnuclearización de la península coreana se reunirán el próximo 25 de abril en Tokio para analizar las últimas acciones del régimen de Kim Jong-un. La Armada de Estados Unidos investiga el accidente. El USS Carl Vinson fue enviado esta semana a aguas de la península coreana después de participar en unos ejercicios militares en Australia.

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  • Corea del Norte se prepara ante cualquier provocación de EU

    La advertencia del Norte fue realizada después de que Estados Unidos desplegase su portaaviones nuclear USS Carl Vinson a las aguas de la península coreana dividida, en medio de los indicios de provocaciones norcoreanas . El Norte , por su parte, afirmó que las amenazas de Washington justifican el desarrollo de sus programas de armas nucleares y de misiles. Corea del Norte cuenta con menos de 10 ojivas nucleares.

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  • Hamilton wins Chinese GP

    The Briton, who started on pole, steered his Mercedes to his fifth Chinese Grand Prix win, beating Vettel's Ferrari by just over six seconds with Red Bull's Max Verstappen finishing third after an early safety auto drama. Now, attention is turning to struggling Red Bull , after Max Verstappen pulled off a spectacular podium finish in Shanghai last weekend. "At this stage in the race Ferrari and Mercedes were talking about going to the end and then obviously Sebastian ...

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  • Sospechoso de publicar un homicidio en Facebook se suicidó, dice la Policía

    Fue encontrado en su vehículo con una herida fatal de bala. La policía ofreció una recompensa de hasta 50.000 dólares por información que condujera a su arresto. Stephens había escrito en su cuenta de Facebook antes del asesinato que quería matar y en sus mensajes culpaba a su exnovia, que identifica como Joy Lane, de las atrocidades que planeaba cometer .

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  • Venezuela opposition boss asks Wall Street to cut off Maduro

    A 17-year-old protester was killed after being shot in the head in San Bernardino, a zone in northeast Caracas, according to local media. The government last year abruptly postponed regional elections the opposition were heavily favoured to win and stopped a petition drive to force a referendum seeking the president's removal before elections late next year.

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  • U.S. warns Iran over inciting instability

    U.S. warns Iran over inciting instability

    Under the groundbreaking agreement brokered by the Obama administration and allies, the USA and other European and western countries lifted sanctions against Iran in exchange for the Shia state opening up its nuclear sites to inspectors and dismantling centrifuges which the Obama administration claimed will prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

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  • Atacante de París estuvo preso por intentar matar a policías

    Hasta ahora centrada en los escándalos judiciales que afectaron a Fillon y Le Pen -ambos sospechosos de malversación de fondos públicos-, la campaña vio cómo el terrorismo regresó al primer plano y provocó un cruce de acusaciones a dos días de la celebración de la primera vuelta del 23 de abril.

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  • Lewis Hamilton: It's painful when you mess up

    Asked if he expected the rest of the season, and his battle with Sebastian Vettel, to be decided by such fine margins, Hamilton said: "Yes, ultimately that is what it's going to be this year". He said the team could not give priority to whoever got pole. "But for now the team has done a really, really great job", Vettel said. Bottas now sits third in the F1 world drivers' championship but already 30 points off of leader Vettel after three races.

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  • Pence says U.S. will honor refugee deal

    Pence says U.S. will honor refugee deal

    America's second most powerful man after US President Donald Trump is also scheduled to meet Governor-General Peter Cosgrove, senior government officials and business leaders and US and Australian troops in Sydney today. While key issues like North Korea, Syria, trade and Australia's plan to send asylum seeker refugees to the USA will be on the table for discussion, observers believe Pence's main role is to facilitate a detente between Trump and Turnbull.

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  • In Syria Syria's Assad is an 'arch-terrorist': British FM

    In Syria Syria's Assad is an 'arch-terrorist': British FM

    However, Johnson has faced criticism for not persuading G7 countries to agree to sanctions against Russian Federation for its ties with Assad. Johnson said the incident had changed the West's stance on Syria. With the help of Russians and Iranians, and by dint of unrelenting savagery, he has not only recaptured Aleppo. Before the alleged chemical attack, the West was "on the verge of a grim consensus", which had now changed, said Johnson.

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