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  • The Surge Releases Brutal Combat Launch Trailer

    During combat players will need to balance up the risk against the reward and consider whether it is better to target an unarmored body part on an opponent for a shorter fight for little gain or risk a prolonged battle with a tougher opponent for the opportunity to loot a more valuable item.

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  • 5-year-old boy goes missing in Maine woods for 8 hours

    5-year-old boy goes missing in Maine woods for 8 hours

    Monday morning in the town of Acton, Maine just over the border from Wakefield. He was last seen around 6:30 p.m. He was reunited with his family and taken to a hospital. Canine teams from the Maine warden service, a bloodhound team from New Hampshire, and Maine Search and Rescue Dogs (MESARD) volunteer K9 team responded.

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  • China dismisses India's concerns over OBOR, cites worldwide support

    According to reports, Chinese President Xi Jinping during his interaction with PM Nawaz Sharif especially called for pushing forward construction of various CPEC projects. But some officials expressed caution. His presence amounted to a nod from the US. But other Asian governments are uneasy about Beijing's strategic ambitions, especially after it built artificial islands and military bases in the South China Sea to enforce its claim to most of the region.

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  • Activist resigns after congressman writes letter to employer

    Activist resigns after congressman writes letter to employer

    She has since resigned from her job, citing the letter as one of the reasons. "After being questioned about her involvement with the organization by her superiors, Avelenda said the letter "[caused] some issues ... Frelinghuysen sent a letter in March to a campaign donor, Joseph O'Dowd, a board member at Lakeland Bank, describing how he was under attack from activists and needed financial support for next year's elections.

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  • Kim shrugs off United States warning by testing high-altitude missile

    The despot accused the U.S. of "browbeating" countries that "have no nukes" and warned its mainland is in "sighting range for strike", according to North Korea's official KCNA news agency. "The timing is not coincidental", Schuster said, adding that Kim may be trying to get Putin more involved in the situation on the Korean Peninsula.

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  • Nomura Analysts Give Apple Inc. (AAPL) a $165.00 Price Target

    Nomura Analysts Give Apple Inc. (AAPL) a $165.00 Price Target

    Vetr downgraded shares of Apple from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating and set a $156.64 price objective for the company.in a research note on Monday, May 8th. Stockholders of record on Monday, May 15th will be paid a $0.63 dividend. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, May 11th. This is a positive change from Apple's previous quarterly dividend of $0.57.

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  • NC men arrested on cockfighting charges

    NC men arrested on cockfighting charges

    Clair and Shoemaker said they witnessed 15 to 20 males take off running into the woods at the rear of the residence. Deputies said Animal Control collected almost 15 dead chickens that were found near the fighting ring. Some of the evidence they found were razor spurs that are put on chickens during fights, scales, event tracking sheets and record book, electronic time clock, ID straps, rolls of sticky twine and scissors.

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  • Elba Esther gana otro juicio por defraudación fiscal; queda pendiente uno

    Elba Esther gana otro juicio por defraudación fiscal; queda pendiente uno

    El Primer Tribunal Colegiado en Materia Penal del Primer Circuito exoneró a Gordillo por el delito de defraudación fiscal por 4.3 millones de pesos. Dijo también que las imputaciones contra la maestra estaban "colgados con alfileres y los hemos quitado uno a uno, demostrando su inocencia". Sin embargo, dijo que el tribunal echó abajo la acusación porque se basa en un cálculo contable del fisco que no establece con certeza que los ingresos registrados por la ex lideresa sindical sean ...

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  • Dan Ayoub parts ways with 343 Industries

    People who don't like speculation and rumors have hoped that we would get some kind of definitive answer, but we haven't yet - and we might not for the foreseeable future. While most kept their fingers crossed, the developer will be taking its time and probably start revealing the game either later this, or early next, year.

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  • Morning Joe: Kellyanne Conway 'In It For The Money'

    Morning Joe: Kellyanne Conway 'In It For The Money'

    Back in March, Brzezinski and her co-host/fiance Joe Scarborough banned Conway from appearing on the show because she couldn't be counted on to tell the truth under any circumstances. What started out as a pleasant morning for the president's counselor, with a balanced profile of her husband George still drawing attention in the Washington Post , suddenly turned puckering sour.

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  • New FBI director imminent

    New FBI director imminent

    Tweet from President Donald Trump about James Comey on May 12, 2017. Schumer and other senior Democrats continued to demand clarity from the White House on whether Trump recorded conversations he had with Comey earlier this year. "Very simple. He wasn't doing a good job". White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway has indicated the president isn't particularly anxious about the appearance that Trump's decision to fire Comey was an attempt to remove a check on his power and quell the ...

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  • US Rep. Mo Brooks announces candidacy for US Senate

    US Rep. Mo Brooks announces candidacy for US Senate

    Congressman Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, is running for U.S. Senate in this year's special election for U.S. Senate. The SLF has requested through the Freedom of Information Act records of any contacts Brooks, Marsh and Moore have had with Gov.

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  • PM Nawaz says Pakistan values its ties with Vietnam

    In addition, Xi pledged about additional $14 billion for the construction of the Belt and Road project, of which CPEC is the chief component. The Initiative has gradually shifted from vision to reality, providing a new platform for the interaction and cooperation among countries and contributing China's solution and wisdom to the world in consideration of the current difficulties and challenges against the global economy.

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  • Palestinians commemorate 69th anniversary of Nakba Day

    A top Palestinian official marked Nakba Day - an annual commemoration of the expulsion of residents during Israeli independence almost 70 years ago - by demanding an apology from Jewish leaders. In Bethlehem, hundreds of Palestinians stoned Israeli troops guarding Rachel's Tomb, a shrine venerated by Jews and Muslims, an AFP photographer said.

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  • Turkey condemns USA move to arm Syrian Kurdish fighters

    Turkey condemns USA move to arm Syrian Kurdish fighters

    The YPG statement is sure to raise controversy, as fears have previously been voiced by Turkey of the U.S. decision to arm the Kurds that they will stockpile weapons and will later use them to launch further conflict as well as terrorist attacks for the sake of their independence after Daesh is defeated.

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  • Pa. charter bus crashes on I-95 with 26 children on board

    Pa. charter bus crashes on I-95 with 26 children on board

    Traffic is being diverted onto Maryland Route 272, which is exit 100. A passenger vehicle was involved in the crash, and the driver was being interviewed, state police said. Edie Ritchie said was on one of those buses. The accident closed both sides of the interstate but northbound lanes have since reopened. According to the federal safety records, the carrier has been involved in two crashes, one on I-95 in DE in February and another in Pennsylvania in October.

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  • Kushner family apologizes for mentioning White House connections

    Kushner family apologizes for mentioning White House connections

    Kushner's sister Nicole Kushner Meyer was in Beijing on Saturday, seeking $150-million (about R2-billion) in investment in a luxury apartment complex project in New Jersey, said United States media reports . He said in a statement Monday that he will recuse himself from EB-5 matters. While both deny that they are personally benefitting from their ties to the president, The New York Times reports that Kushner's sister told Chinese investors at a hotel conference in Beijing on Saturday ...

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  • Full OnePlus 5 specs leak in retail listing

    Full OnePlus 5 specs leak in retail listing

    The OnePlus 5 still hasn't been officially unveiled, but we expect it to launch sometime in June. Reports say that the OnePlus 5 may come up with a metal body and may bear a full HD display. The One Plus 5 is also envisioned to come up with the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core SoC and may end up clocking a GPY speed of Adreno 540.

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  • North Korea Celebrates Test Of New, Long-Range Missile

    Kishida says the global community should prioritize efforts to implement the existing U.N. Security Council resolutions barring North Korea's missile and nuclear technology more thoroughly. The launch is a direct challenge to the new South Korean president elected four days ago and comes as U.S., Japanese and European navies gather for joint war games in the Pacific.

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  • OnePlus 5 in Sandstone Case Leaks Out

    OnePlus 5 in Sandstone Case Leaks Out

    As will be realized the mechanism of the color change of the hull in OnePlus 5 , not reported - perhaps the body will be solid, and then have to make a choice of color when buying, but has a chance to get a removable back cover and interchangeable copies.

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  • Sega planning

    Sega planning "revival of past IPs" moving forward

    Persona 5 has sold 1.5 million units, for example, and together with the good sales for TWW, this brings the total unit sales for the past fiscal year to 10.28 million, with new sales making 5.24 million of that. The Sega staff revealed at an event held to investors what their plans are for the 2020 year to achieve annual sales of 300 billion yen sales, Which would not be a small increase compared to their present situation.

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  • Misbah out on 2, in his last innings of Test career

    Yasir Shah sealed the game for Pakistan in a dramatic fashion despite Roston Chase' century. Misbah-ul-Haq ended his global career after Pakistan registered a dramatic win in the third and final Test over West Indies. Shah and Amir put on 61 for the eighth wicket and benefited from the continuing West Indian epidemic of errors in the field. I tried my level best with this team.

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  • North Korea blights China's One Belt, One Road party with missile launch

    North Korea blights China's One Belt, One Road party with missile launch

    The U.S. military said it detected the launch , and that flight data indicated it was not an intercontinental ballistic missile , or ICBM. "The North Korean missile news over the weekend gave the yen some lift, but not much", he said. The direction of the missile, so close to Russian Federation, was likely an attempt by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to send a message to both Moscow and Beijing, said Carl Schuster, a Hawaii Pacific University professor and former director of operations at ...

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  • White House denies Comey loyalty pledge — Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking

    Spicer didn't respond directly when asked whether Trump will cancel the daily White House briefing. The White House's explanations continued to crumble throughout the day Thursday. "The President reiterated his confidence in his press team earlier today", he told CNNMoney. "Let's say I did it on January 20, the opening, right?" "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with ideal accuracy!" "The president has ...

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  • The rival awe of Macbook Air is called Surface

    The rival awe of Macbook Air is called Surface

    Users need not "adapt" to a new OS when they use this Operating System, unlike Google's Chrome OS. Microsoft's partners for Windows 10 S include Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Samsung and Toshiba, and Windows 10 education PCs will start at $189.

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  • Trump says 'fast decision' possible on new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    The president said Saturday a new director could be named by Friday, the day he departs for his first presidential foreign trip. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy are conducting the interviews. Also of interest may be former New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) who led the two-year Benghazi investigation into Hillary Clinton.

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  • Malaysia seizes 330 exotic tortoises from Madagascar

    Malaysia seizes 330 exotic tortoises from Madagascar

    Abdul Wahid Sulong, deputy customs director, said the crates had been labelled as stones for delivery to a false address. He said it was suspected that the tortoises were meant to be sold as pets but it could not be ascertained whether the exotic animals were for the Malaysian market or on transit through the country.

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  • Angela Merkel's party wins vote in rivals' German heartland

    The pressure is on the Social Democrats, led by challenger Martin Schulz, in the election for the state legislature in North Rhine-Westphalia. That gave the party, with which Merkel governed Germany from 2009 to 2013, a strong base for its drive to return to the national parliament in September after it was ejected four years ago.

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