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  • Watch This Incredible Firefighter Catch a Baby From a Burning Building

    Watch This Incredible Firefighter Catch a Baby From a Burning Building

    Mr Sutton smoothly catches the baby and rushes to get the child out of the smoke, to safety. "I just said 'Drop him.' He did and I am blessed to have been in a position to catch the baby", said Sutton. We do this together and I'm just happy and blessed to be able to help that father and his baby. Carter says Sutton "caught it like a football pass". "It was something to see", said Carter.

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  • Añadiría PGR dos órdenes de aprehensión más contra Duarte

    Añadiría PGR dos órdenes de aprehensión más contra Duarte

    La Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) desmintió que la esposa del exgobernador Javier Duarte, Karime Macías, y sus hijos, hayan tomado un vuelo rumbo a Londres, Inglaterra . A Duarte , quien gobernó Veracruz del 2010 al 2016, se le acusa en México de realizar esas supuestas operaciones, de efectuar contratos con empresas fantasmas y de utilizar "testaferros" para transferir recursos públicos.

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  • Muere

    Muere "Comandante Toro" en enfrentamiento con fuerzas federales

    De manera escueta se informa que hubo un enfrentamiento entre fuerzas federales y un grupo de delincuentes donde el citado jefe criminal fue herido de muerte durante su huida confirmándose su deceso minutos más tarde. En lo que va del año, era la sexta ocasión en que las Fuerzas Armadas realizaban algún operativo para aprehender a " El Toro ", presunto líder del Cártel del Golfo (CDG) en la región.

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  • Detienen en Barcelona al contador de Javier Duarte

    Detienen en Barcelona al contador de Javier Duarte

    México está revisando y analizando los documentos que integrarán la solicitud formal y ésta podría presentarse la próxima semana ante las autoridades de Guatemala , aseguró Alberto Elías Beltrán , subprocurador Jurídico y de Asuntos Internacionales de la PGR .

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  • Paris attack: Prosecutors investigate gunman's terror links after shooting

    Police killed one man whom it said was armed shortly after the shooting, in which two other people were severely wounded. The prosecutor said Cheurfi was arrested in February, but later released for lack of evidence of a threat. Police shot and killed Cheurfi - identified from his fingerprints - during the incident, and later found a pump-action shotgun and knives in his vehicle.

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  • Panama grants bail to Mossack Fonseca founders in Brazil corruption case

    Panama grants bail to Mossack Fonseca founders in Brazil corruption case

    Known as the "Car Wash" case, the scandal has implicated countless members of Brazil's political class, including former presidents Dilma Rouseff and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. That matter was not directly related to the Panama Papers affair, which involved a massive data leak from the Mossack Fonseca law firm that revealed the secretive offshore entities used by numerous world's wealthy to stash assets.

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  • Cal Thomas column: What next with North Korea?

    Trump and Pence, who stopped at the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea on Monday, have signaled this week a forceful us stance on North Korea's recent actions. The ships were hastily turned around. Meanwhile, the U.S. Navy said Friday that a Carl Vinson fighter pilot safely ejected during training in the Celebes Sea and was rescued by a helicopter without suffering injuries.

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  • Gorsuch confirmed; Senate approves Trump nominee, 54-45

    Gorsuch confirmed; Senate approves Trump nominee, 54-45

    Bush's Justice Department and is the son of the first woman to head the Environmental Protection Agency. As for Gorsuch, 49, he will be sworn in Monday and will quickly begin confronting cases of outcome, including one involving separation of church and state that the justices will take up in less than two weeks.

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  • Jury reaches verdict for Eric Frein in state trooper ambush

    Frein shot Dickson in the chest and through the shoulders and spine from a distance of 87 yards, waited almost 90 seconds until Trooper Alex Douglass came to Dickson's aid and then shot him, too, Tonkin said. Frein showed no emotion as the verdicts were read. Prosecutors have called dozens of witnesses in addition to the more than 500 pieces of evidence.

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  • Putin congratulates Assad on anniversary of Syria's independence

    Putin congratulates Assad on anniversary of Syria's independence

    However, Johnson has faced criticism for not persuading G7 countries to agree to sanctions against Russian Federation for its ties with Assad. In his first interview since the strike and the subsequent USA air assault, the Syrian president said reports the Syrian government carried out the attack were "100% fabrication".

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  • Iran not 'living up to spirit' of nuke deal

    Iran not 'living up to spirit' of nuke deal

    And we're analyzing it very, very carefully and we'll have something to say about it in the not-too-distant future". Trump has also ordered a full review of the Obama-era agreement, which he has repeatedly criticized as a failure of his predecessor.

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  • Some Third-Party Apps Will Support Samsung's Bixby at Launch

    Some Third-Party Apps Will Support Samsung's Bixby at Launch

    Samsung has blamed the Note 7 fires on multiple design and manufacturing defects in its batteries. This week has definitely been one of the most awaited one as Samsung had the Galaxy S8 launch date set to March 29. Samsung Electronics Co. and Netmarble Games, South Korea's top mobile game developer, agreed to join forces in promoting "Lineage 2: Revolution" on the latest Galaxy S8 smartphones, industry sources said Monday.

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  • Mine kills Saudi guard on Yemen border: ministry

    Mine kills Saudi guard on Yemen border: ministry

    The official Saudi news agency SPA quoted a statement from the Saudi-led coalition as saying the Black Hawk came down in Marib province, east of the Houthi-controlled capital Sanaa. The allied forces gunned down one Saudi trooper at the al-Mo'annaq military outpost in the kingdom's Jizan region on Saturday, Yemen's al-Masirah television network reported.

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  • UK election will strengthen government's hand in EU talks, May says

    UK election will strengthen government's hand in EU talks, May says

    Since being fired by Theresa May, Osborne has earned lucrative speaking fees and taken on an advisory role for American investment giant Blackrock. May has said a successful election for her would be a vote of confidence in her government's key objectives of establishing more control over the UK's laws, finances and borders.

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  • Abandoned Chickens Land at Pasadena Humane Society

    Abandoned Chickens Land at Pasadena Humane Society

    The statement also said the chickens' beaks are worn down, and some have injuries. The Lake Humane Society has announced that the fifth annual Pizza for Paws will take place April 24-26 at all Longo's Pizza & Joey's Italian Grille locations.

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  • Dortmund attacker 'motivated by club's share price dropping'

    Dortmund attacker 'motivated by club's share price dropping'

    The suspect, identified as "Sergej W" , is of dual German and Russian nationality and has been charged with attempted murder, causing an explosion and inflicting risky bodily harm. The suspect came to the attention of investigators because he had made "suspicious options purchases" - taken out a five-figure loan to bet on a drop in the clubs' stock on the day of the attack.

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  • Iran not pulling weight on 2015 nuclear deal

    President Donald Trump on Thursday said he does not believe the U.S. should continue to play a role in stabilizing Libya , where violence and political instability has reigned since the overthrow of the country's dictator. On Iran, President Trump reiterated his dislike for the "terrible agreement" that is the Iran nuclear deal, which is staff is now reviewing. The president said that he was not involved in the decision-making process regarding charging Assange but that the move would be ...

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  • All-night public transport to keep running in Melbourne

    All-night public transport to keep running in Melbourne

    The trial of late night trams, trains or buses services was due to end in June, but Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan on Saturday said the Night Network would become a permanent feature of the city. Public Transport Victoria is now assessing passenger feedback and movement patterns in order to make improvements to the network, which in the meantime will operate as is.

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  • Ann Coulter rejects Berkeley reschedule offer

    Berkeley College Republicans, who were sponsoring the speech with support from Young America's Foundation (YAF), received a letter from the administrators who said that the university had been "unable to find a safe and suitable venue for your planned April 27 event featuring Ann Coulter ".

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  • Pence says United States will honor refugee deal with Australia

    Under the deal, agreed with former President Barack Obama late previous year, the United States would resettle up to 1,250 asylum seekers held in offshore processing camps on South Pacific islands in Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Trump's election has also prompted some soul-searching for Australians over where their loyalty should lie between the U.S. — Australia's most important security partner — and China, its most important trading partner.

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  • Intl Earth Day 2017 today

    Intl Earth Day 2017 today

    On the longer-term, the Earth Day Network would like to see every student around the world graduating high school as an environmental and climate literate citizen. With the success of Earth Day on April 22, inspired by Nelson, several environmental laws were passed inluding Clean Air Act , Safe Drinking Water Act and Clean Water Act and also the establishment of The Environmental Protection Agency.

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  • PM attacks Pak for breeding terrorism

    PM attacks Pak for breeding terrorism

    I assure you and the people of Bangladesh of our continuing efforts on Teesta. Prime Minister Modi was receptive to Bangladeshi concerns on the trade deficit afflicting two way trade, Hasina said and added that it was important to resolve issues like the Teesta water sharing problem "expeditiously".

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  • Text of Trump's latest complaints about Canadian trade

    Text of Trump's latest complaints about Canadian trade

    Dairy industry leaders have been hoping this issue would catch Trump's attention since he was elected. "So the Americans are not suffering from the current terms of NAFTA and existing trade agreements". Careful negotiations might be able to ameliorate the dispute, but it could be hard to get either side to budge. "(Trump is) a little bit unlike many politicians", the prime minister said, acknowledging the magnitude of his understatement amid laughter from the crowd.

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  • Arkansas executes death row inmate Ledell Lee

    Arkansas executes death row inmate Ledell Lee

    The court denied an appeal from Ledell Lee, the other inmate scheduled for execution on Thursday - but his execution, along with all the others on the calendar, is still blocked by a second court ruling. There are no signs that the U.S. Supreme Court is inclined to tackle the broader question of whether the death penalty is unconstitutional under the 8th Amendment of the U.S.

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  • Honda CR-V Hybrid Goes Green In Shanghai

    Honda CR-V Hybrid Goes Green In Shanghai

    Supplementing the internal combustion engine are the electric motors (powered by a 1.3 kWh lithium-ion battery pack) that are rated at 184 hp and 315 Nm. New safety features include lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, a collision mitigation braking system and more. While the CR-V hybrid that debuted in Shanghai is specific to the China market, a Honda spokesperson acknowledged that the brand is committed to expanding the application of its i-MMD hybrid system to its core US models ...

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  • Pence, Wife Pay Easter Visit to South Korea-Based Troops

    Pence told reporters President Donald Trump was confident that economic and diplomatic pressure from the "family of nations" had a chance of compelling North Korea to cooperate. Pence was having lunch with Abe at the prime minister's official residence after arriving in Japan earlier in the day for the second stop of a 10-day Asia tour.

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