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  • Maple Leafs unable to keep up with Capitals in Game 4 loss

    Maple Leafs unable to keep up with Capitals in Game 4 loss

    There is more to it, however. Zaitsev hasn't practised since he was hammered into the boards by Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno in the Leafs regular-season finale. Then, they led 3-1 in the second period but couldn't put the Maple Leafs away. That was a huge kill for us. They tied the game at 19:20 of the second period when Capitals defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk and Brooks Orpik were both behind the net checking Toronto's Zach Hyman .

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  • Law Enforcement Cracks Down on Distracted Driving

    Law Enforcement Cracks Down on Distracted Driving

    Also, state law prohibits the use of electronic communication devices or any other electronic device, to text, email, compose, read or send electronic messages or access internet sites while driving. In response, Honda created a parody music video titled "Designated Texter" which presents a new solution to texting while driving. These partnerships have been formed to help further a traffic safety culture in IL and to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries resulting from distracted driving.

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  • UK parliament votes in favor of early national election

    UK parliament votes in favor of early national election

    There were also a number of abstentions. The Scottish National Party (SNP) has signalled its MPs will abstain in the vote and Labour and the Liberal Democrats, while accusing May of political opportunism, have welcomed the prospect of an early election.

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  • Army charge troops to dislocate remnants of terrorists in North

    Army charge troops to dislocate remnants of terrorists in North

    He empathised with the injured and assured them of adequate medical treatment for them to get better. In a previous report by NAIJ.com, troops of 192 Battalion 26 Task Force on Tuesday, April 18, gunned down six Boko Haram terrorists. on Monday, when over 200 Boko Haram terrorists on motorcycles suddenly descended on the base. Another assault Thursday, an ambush against troops on patrol, killed three more soldiers.

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  • Five Studios Fight For James Bond Franchise Rights

    Five Studios Fight For James Bond Franchise Rights

    Yes, the world's most famous spy has always been associated with MGM Entertainment and Sony, but their agreement expired after the middling Spectre. The New York Times is now reporting that those who still ultimately control the franchise - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions - have started taking pitches from studios.

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  • Chicago officials dismiss Justice Dept

    Chicago officials dismiss Justice Dept

    Everything in New York City is obscenely expensive and will probably kill you eventually, so it only makes sense that something that will definitely kill you eventually is getting more expensive. "We're pleading with the cities, let's don't have a fight over this", Sessions said. Earlier this month, Philadelphia officials said they would like to place $54 million in new property tax revenue into a reserve account in case Philadelphia loses money because of federal budget decisions.

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  • Venezuela opposition leader banned from running for office for 15 years

    The judges last week issued rulings transferring the National Assembly's legislative powers to their court and revoking lawmakers' immunity from prosecution. Mr Lopez was himself barred from office in 2008 when he was the popular mayor of a Caracas district. Lopez was later jailed amid violent protests in 2014 and later sentenced to almost 14 years behind bars.

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  • Trump Doesn't See US Role In Libya Nation-Building

    The White House said a day earlier that it would request an audience for Trump with Pope Francis, but details of a possible meeting have not been announced. Also at Thursday's news conference, Trump declared that Iran is failing to fulfill the "spirit" of its nuclear deal with world powers. "We are in a role everywhere, so I do not see that".

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  • US Supreme Court to allow Arkansas execution

    US Supreme Court to allow Arkansas execution

    The state had planned to execute eight inmates over 11 days starting April 17, saying its lethal-injection drugs will expire at the end of the month. Ledell Lee was executed Thursday in Arkansas' first execution since 2005. "Unless the prisoner is unconscious, then drugs two and three will cause pain - torturous punishment, in violation of the Eighth Amendment, and state guarantees against cruel and unusual punishment", said Jeffrey Rosenzweig, an attorney for three of the inmates.

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  • French police detain family members of Paris attacker

    French police detain family members of Paris attacker

    The attacker emerged from a vehicle and used an automatic weapon to shoot at officers outside a department store at the centre of the Champs-Elysees, anti-terrorism prosecutor Francois Molins said . In Antwerp, a man for whom Belgian police had issued a "wanted" notice in the wake of the attack surrendered himself to investigators on Friday, said France's interior ministry.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 wont be another Note 7 - here's why

    Samsung Galaxy S8 wont be another Note 7 - here's why

    With Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 Plus behind us, the rumor mill has shifted its focus to the next flagship device. After much anticipation, on 29 March 2017, Samsung finally announced its new flagship: the Samsung Galaxy S8 . The handsets will be available for purchase through Microsoft Stores in the U.S. It's not known if this particular variant will be sold in other parts of the world.

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  • Venezuela: 2 muertos y 30 detenidos en marcha

    La oposición venezolana , que reunió este miércoles a más de 100.000 ciudadanos en Caracas para marchar contra el Gobierno de Nicolás Maduro, volverá a salir a la calle este jueves para tratar de revalidar el éxito de la primera convocatoria.

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  • North Korea propaganda video shows missile attack destroying US city

    Pence also said that the USA would work with its allies and China to exert more economic and diplomatic pressure on the North and increase its military presence in the region. In this Saturday, April 15, 2017 photo, soldiers march across Kim Il Sung Square during a military parade in Pyongyang, North Korea, to celebrate the 105th birth anniversary of Kim Il Sung, the country's late founder and grandfather of current ruler Kim Jong Un.

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  • How US, Indonesia can both win from strengthening ties

    How US, Indonesia can both win from strengthening ties

    The US supercarrier Carl Vinson will arrive in the Sea of Japan in days, Vice President Mike Pence said in Australia on April 22 amid high tensions with North Korea. On security, Mr Pence was full of praise for Mr Turnbull for publicly calling on China to do more to pressure North Korea to dump its nuclear warheads and ballistic missile program, an issue that dominated their talks earlier.

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  • La ONU pide reactivar el diálogo político en Venezuela

    Unas 200 personas permanecen detenidas de las marchas anteriores. Patricia Gutiérrez, alcaldesa de la ciudad de San Cristóbal informó que la joven fue herida mortalmente durante una manifestación reprimida por la policía. En respuesta, la MUD ha activado el Plan Constitución, para que los venezolanos mantengan la presión en las calles hasta que "se respete a la Asamblea Nacional electa por 14 millones de venezolanos, se abra el canal humanitario para resolver la grave crisis que vivimos los ...

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  • Maduro acusa a opositores por muerte de militar y mujer en protestas

    Maduro acusa a opositores por muerte de militar y mujer en protestas

    La presión internacional no cesa. Guitan fue herido en medio de una manifestación contra el gobierno que realizaron los habitantes del barrio pobre 5 de Julio de Petare, al este de Caracas, que fue dispersada por decenas de guardias nacionales que lanzaron gases lacrimógenos a las humildes viviendas de la zona, indicó Páez.

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  • Timeline: Search for missing Tennessee teen ends in California

    Her services have been made available to the Thomas family. During the television interview on Friday, Elizabeth's sister, identified as Kat Bozeman, said she did not believe that Elizabeth had gone willingly with Cummins. The girl was wearing trousers, a blouse and shoes when Cummins was arrested. "Again, Maury County Public Schools is grateful to everyone who worked tirelessly to bring Elizabeth Thomas home safely".

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  • Twist revealed in German soccer bus explosion

    The man faces charges of attempted murder, causing an explosion and serious bodily harm. "If the shares of Borussia Dortmund had fallen massively, the profit would have been several times the initial investment", the prosecutor's office said , adding that such a slump could have resulted if any players had been killed or seriously injured.

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  • Pese a la represión y las muertes, opositores volvieron a marchar — Venezuela

    Contingentes de la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana (GNB, policía militarizada) y de la Policía Nacional Bolivariana (PNB ) dispersaron las concentraciones en el este y el oeste de Caracas con gases lacrimógenos y perdigones de goma. " Instamos a gestos concretos de todas las partes para reducir la polarización ", llamó por su lado el secretario general de Naciones Unidas, Antonio Guterres.

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  • Indonesian Muslim candidate wins Jakarta election, say pollsters

    An Indonesian court is holding a trial on the high-profile blasphemy case on Thursday (20 April) after prosecutors last week sought postponement of the trial until after the run-off election on Wednesday. Purnama stressed that he still has six months in office and promised to help Baswedan's transition. Baswedan, a highly educated Muslim politician, capitalised on the backlash against Purnama by courting the support of conservative religious leaders and figures on the radical fringe who ...

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  • San Francisco power outage traps people in elevators

    The utility PG&E Corp reported a fire and a circuit-breaker failure at a San Francisco substation, with a series of outages hitting the Bay Area city shortly after 9 a.m. Almost 100,000 customers were without power in the city, CBS San Francisco reports . SF Gate reports the San Francisco Fire Department fielded over 100 emergency calls during the outage.

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  • Video muestra el momento del tiroteo en los Campos Elíseos

    Video muestra el momento del tiroteo en los Campos Elíseos

    Una testigo identificada sólo como Inés dijo a la televisora francesa FBM que escuchó disparos, vio el cuerpo de un hombre en el suelo y la policía evacuó con rapidez la zona, donde ella trabaja en una tienda. Las circunstancias del ataque aún "no han sido determinadas", señaló la prefectura de policía de París . Trump, 'parece ser terrorismo' . El atentado , ocurrido el jueves por la noche en los Campos Elíseos de París , fue obra de una persona que posteriormente fue abatida.

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  • I Will Release Plan With 'Massive' Tax Cuts Next Week

    He told the Associated Press he'd be unveiling a tax plan with a "massive" tax cut-"bigger I believe than any tax cut ever"-for businesses and individuals alike". But if the administration fails to reach consensus with Democrats, they would consider working through the reconciliation process to finalize tax reform .

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  • CA lawmaker rejects DOJ letter concerning sanctuary cities

    De Leon has been an outspoken critic of the administration's immigration crackdown. The US Department of Justice has threatened to clamp down on so-called "sanctuary cities", saying it would cut off their funding if they refuse to comply with federal immigration authorities.

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  • Murió el vallenatero Martín Elías tras accidente de tránsito sufrido en Colombia

    En el lugar, la Alcaldía de Valledupar, la Gobernación del Cesar, la Asamblea y el Concejo, entregarán notas de estilo a su familia, resaltando la vida y trayectoria musical del artista. m. en la capital del Cesar. El músico realizó su presentación junto al féretro de Martín Elías , a quien, ha dicho, consideraba como un hijo. Se espera que Rafael Santos le haga homenaje a Martín Elías en la plaza Alfonso López de Valledupar.

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  • U.S. defense secretary looks to rebuild trust in Egypt visit

    The Trump administration has signaled that Egypt will continue to receive its $1.3 billion worth of annual military aid. Sobhi met with Matisse and the accompanying delegation to discuss the latest developments on the regional and global arenas and their impact on security and stability in the Middle East, as well as bilateral military cooperation between the two countries.

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