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Everyone is safe", Orlando police tweeted shortly after 7: "30 am IST on Wednesday. Police were in a standoff with an armed man at Florida's Orlando International Airport on Tuesday, the airport said, and there were no indications of shots being fired or anyone being injured.
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    The victim was found with a gunshot wound to the head sitting in a vehicle in Sheridan Court, near Dorset Street, Dublin. A auto was found on fire at nearby Clonliffe Avenue at about 07:50. The man is believed to be in critical condition. . A spokeswoman said: "Both scenes are now being preserved". Both the underground auto park and the scene where the vehicle was found burnt out have been sealed off for examination.
  • Yende family to picket outside Springs substation

    Yende family to picket outside Springs substation

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    On Tuesday police spokesperson Sergeant Harry Manaka said the Eskom employee's body was found with her head covered in a black plastic bag. When asked why no one in the offices picked up that the door remained locked for that long, Eskom national spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe said: "It is a remote site with small offices".
  • Trump administration notifies Congress of its intent to renegotiate NAFTA

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    Starts 90-day clock. Negotiations start August 16. " Trade across the NAFTA countries serves both consumers and deeply connected supply chains, providing significant jobs not only in agriculture but in processing and distribution", Robert Guenther, senior vice president of public policy for United Fresh, said in the statement .
  • Donald Trump says he favours more money for health care

    Donald Trump says he favours more money for health care

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    They emerged unsure of his commitment to NATO's collective-defense principle, unclear as to his stance toward Russian Federation, deeply concerned about his distrust of free-trade agreements and in suspense as to whether he will withdraw the US from the 2015 Paris Agreement to slow climate change.
  • Periodistas de Perú exigen justicia por asesinato de Javier Valdez

    Periodistas de Perú exigen justicia por asesinato de Javier Valdez

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    El gobernador del estado, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, ofreció integrar un comité ciudadano que brinde puntual seguimiento a las investigaciones del asesinato del periodista y escritor, Javier Valdez Cárdenas , en medio de reclamos por parte de comunicadores, activistas sociales y actores políticos.
  • Nighttime, early morning bombings in Baghdad kill 27

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    We turn to Susannah George of the Associated Press in Baghdad . The US now provides air support for members of the SDF - a Kurdish-dominated and anti-Damascus alliance. Rebels said military aid has been boosted through two separate channels: a programme backed by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), known as the MOC, and regional states including Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and one run by the Pentagon .
  • Media loses mind over Trump NATO speech

    Media loses mind over Trump NATO speech

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    Milan Knezevic, leader of Montenegro's opposition and anti-Nato Democratic People's Party, said by phone that Trump's behavior "is clear proof that there's no such thing as equality in Nato ", showing that the country is just a "smudge" on the alliance's map.
  • ACLU Cheers Appellate Ruling on Travel Ban: 'We Won'

    ACLU Cheers Appellate Ruling on Travel Ban: 'We Won'

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    A similar ruling against Trump's policy from a Hawaii-based federal judge is still in place and will be reviewed by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. "For a past statement to be relevant to the government's objective, there must be a substantial, specific connection between it and the challenged government action".
  • Erekat slams Israel for holding cabinet meeting in Western Wall Tunnels

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    A senior Palestinian official sharply condemned Israel for holding a government meeting near a sensitive Jerusalem site. Dr. Saeb Erekat , the PLO's secretary general, said in a statement that the act was "sabotaging worldwide efforts" and condemned the meeting as a provocation at the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.
  • Tougher than ever, 90th National Spelling Bee gets underway

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    Cassidy Crawford, an eighth-grade student at Bear Creek Community Charter School, visits the Lincoln Memorial during a sight-seeing tour of the nation's capital. So which one stumps New Mexicans the most? The Palmetto State must be filled with legions of potential Chihuahua owners, judging by how many people Googled the proper spelling.
  • SPC Severe Thunderstorm Watch 296

    SPC Severe Thunderstorm Watch 296

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    Persons in these areas should be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions and listen for later statements and possible warnings. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is now in effect for 33 Pennsylvania counties, including Snyder and Union.
  • Trump tunde a Alemania y agrava crisis bilateral

    Trump tunde a Alemania y agrava crisis bilateral

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    El primer ministro indio no respondió directamente que sí, pero dijo que la generación presente tienen la "responsabilidad" de proteger el medio ambiente tal como lo hicieron las anteriores y no tiene "derecho" a estropearlo. El comercio bilateral ascendió en 2016 a 4.722 millones de euros (un 8,5 % más que en 2015). La balanza comercial es favorable a India , ya que en 2016 España exportó por valor de 1.260 millones de euros, mientras que sus importaciones superaron los 3.460 millones.
  • Pentagon trumpets successful mock-ICBM interception test

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    The Missile Defense Agency said it was the first live-fire test against a simulated ICBM for the Ground-based Midcourse Defense, managed by Boeing Co, and hailed it as an "incredible accomplishment". missile defenses in general. This is the first time that the Pentagon has attempted to shoot down an intercontinental missile. Pentagon spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis said Tuesday's trial was not timed specifically in response to tensions with Pyongyang but that "in a broad sense, ...
  • Donald Trump Criticises Germany After Angela Merkel Questioned US Reliability

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi while giving the joint statement with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin said, "Germany and India are made for each other". "Donald Trump is making clear with his tweet that he considers Germany a political opponent", said Thomas Oppermann, the parliamentary caucus leader of the Social Democrats, the junior partners in Merkel's coalition government.
  • Lakeville man arrested after driving wrong way on I-89 in NH

    Lakeville man arrested after driving wrong way on I-89 in NH

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    State police officers responded to multiple 911 calls about 7 p.m. from motorists reporting a Chevrolet Silverado traveling south in the northbound lane of I-89 in Warner. A phone listing for him could not be found Saturday. Meinheit was released on personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to be arraigned in Concord District Court on June 9, 2017, at 8:00 a.m.
  • Indonesian Islamic leader named suspect in porn case

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    Argo said investigators have collected enough evidence to name Rizieq a suspect, including the Whatsapp chat logs between two people, allegedly Rizieq and Firza Husein, the woman he is suspected of having an affair with. The police have also issued a summons for Rizieq to be questioned as a witness in the pornography case. Meanwhile, Rizieq's lawyer, Sugito Atmo Pawiro said he had received the update on his client from the police.
  • Manchester Police Make Another Arrest in Bomb Attack Probe

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    USA pop star Ariana Grande says she'll return to Manchester to hold a benefit concert for the victims of Monday's suicide bombing in the English city. According to a Libyan anti-terror official, the call was placed in an attempt to "say goodbye" to his family. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she expected the " critical " assessment of the terror threat - suggesting a fresh attack may be imminent - to remain in place in the coming days.
  • Lo que se sabe del atentado terrorista en Mánchester

    Lo que se sabe del atentado terrorista en Mánchester

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    Varias personas murieron y otras resultaron heridas este lunes por la noche al término de un concierto de la estadounidense Ariana Grande en el Manchester Arena de esta ciudad británica, debido supuestamente a una explosión, informó la policía.
  • Trump actively looking for new FBI director

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    Press secretary Sean Spicer is briefing reporters on Tuesday following President Trump's first trip overseas. "He has expressed his desire to leave the White House and made very clear that he would see through the President's worldwide trip", White House adviser Kellyanne Conway told Fox News .
  • Trump considers major staff shake-up to rein in Russian Federation disclosures

    Trump considers major staff shake-up to rein in Russian Federation disclosures

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    Mr Clinton had pulled together a team of lawyers and communication and political aides to deal with those issues, apart from the regular White House structure, to let other business proceed as normally as possible. "I think we need to get to the bottom of these allegations", he said. Through his lawyer, he has repeated an offer to cooperate with official investigators.
  • Suman 658 denuncias en proceso electoral

    Suman 658 denuncias en proceso electoral

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    Los estados que tendrán elecciones son Nayarit, Veracruz , Coahuila y Estado de México . Incluso, la Fepade tiene 14 expedientes solamente de este caso y está en proceso de abrir una investigación a raíz de denuncias en Ecatepec.
  • Syria 'built crematorium to hide killings', says US

    Syria 'built crematorium to hide killings', says US

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    Numerous bodies are then burned in the crematorium "to cover up the extent of mass murders taking place", said Stuart Jones , the top U.S. diplomat for the Middle East, accusing Assad's government of sinking "to a new level of depravity ".
  • Trump Defends Kushner With Story Citing Unnamed Sources

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    Spicer was less verbose when asked about reports from over the weekend that the president's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner sought to set up a back channel with Russian Federation prior to Trump's inauguration. Substantively, he was much less so. "But that's fake-" Spicer began to go on. There were several other nods to Trump's purported assertiveness, leadership qualities and good judgment.
  • Trump Stands By 'Great' Jared Kushner Amid Tension Over Russia Probe

    Trump Stands By 'Great' Jared Kushner Amid Tension Over Russia Probe

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    In the first business day at the White House since President Trump returned from a nine day foreign trip, Trump Administration officials rattled off a list of achievements from his stops in the Mideast and Europe, as the President once more used Twitter to take the press to task for writing more stories about ties between the 2016 Trump Campaign and Russian Federation.
  • Israel Reaches Deal With Palestinian Prisoners to End Hunger Strike

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    However, the issue of visitation is not an Israeli one. "The move effectively reinstated the number of family visits that were traditionally provided to Palestinian prisoners, before the ICRC reduced the number of visits they facilitated previous year from two to one visit a month, sparking protests across the Palestinian territory", according to Ma'an.
  • Poll dive hits British PM's election battle

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    In 90 minutes of questioning - the closest the two candidates will get to debates after May's refusal to share the stage with Corbyn - Brexit took a back seat even though it was what the British prime minister cited as her reason for calling the election three years earlier than was required.
  • Critically hurt Maine police officer suffered head injury

    Critically hurt Maine police officer suffered head injury

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    One of the Fryeburg police officers who assisted in a rescue attempt on the Saco River on Saturday was released from Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston on Monday, while another officer remained in critical condition. Officials spent Saturday afternoon and evening searching for the woman, but their efforts were not successful. The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Spokesperson John MacDonald said the Saco River is very popular with canoeists, it is generally safe around July ...
  • Man, 3-year-old son dead after being found in Michigan pool

    Man, 3-year-old son dead after being found in Michigan pool

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    A 31-year-old man and his 3-year-old son died Tuesday, May 30 after being found in a pool at an apartment complex, according to Novi police. They were taken to St. Police say drowning is suspected and the Oakland County Medical Examiner's Office plans autopsies Wednesday. "It's hard to help a child struggling in the water if you're struggling in the water", said Becky Turpin, director of home and community safety for the nonprofit National Safety Council in suburban Chicago.
  • Putin Tells West to Stop 'Inventing Imaginary Threats'

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    Macron therefore opted for a tough dialogue something which Putin understands and that one hopes will improve French-Russian relations. It was not immediately clear what that would entail. In the final days before the vote, Macron aides had claimed that Russian groups had hacked his campaign and released internal information in a bid to discredit it.
  • Belgian University Forced To Apologise Over 'Sexist' Graduation Dress Code

    Belgian University Forced To Apologise Over 'Sexist' Graduation Dress Code

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    Marco Schetgen, dean of the medicine facility at ULB, told Belgian news outlet RTL that the email was not a "hoax", as some had suggested. Regardless of the intention, the message sparked significant backlash on social media. An email disseminated among students told them that "from an aesthetic point of view", women look better in dresses with their breasts on display. "Nobody has the right to tell you how to play your role as a woman", they continued.
  • Maduro afirma que Constituyente permitirá empoderar al pueblo venezolano

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    El nuevo equipo se seguridad antiterrorista, cuyas funciones no detalló, estará dirigido por Gustavo González López , quien a su vez lleva las riendas del servicio de inteligencia. Estudiantes universitarios y opositores al gobierno de Nicolás Maduro vuelven este martes a las calles para marchar hasta la sede del Ministerio de Interior y reclamar el cese de la "represión" y la "impunidad" que acusan de acometer contra los manifestantes y víctimas de los 60 días de agitación en las calles.
  • Trump will reportedly exit Paris climate deal, making us a rogue nation

    Trump will reportedly exit Paris climate deal, making us a rogue nation

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    The tweet was posted soon after he left the G7 summit where he met with the leaders of Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada and Japan, who each reaffirmed their commitment to the climate deal. She added, "Here we have the situation that six members, or even seven if you want to add the European Union, stand against one". The U.S. could become the third.
  • Cierran gasolineras del edil de Palmar de Bravo — Ahora sí

    Cierran gasolineras del edil de Palmar de Bravo — Ahora sí

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    Al ser interrogado sobre las investigaciones al alcalde de Palmar de Bravo, Lozano Alarcón evitó dar detalles sobre el tema, ya que dijo es competencia del orden federal y hablar entorpecería el proceso: no obstante, afirmó que no solo se investiga a Morales Ugalde, sino a otros presidentes municipales.
  • Sea Lion Pulls Girl Into Water After Tempted by Food

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    A man (who was later identified as the little girl's father) jumped into the water and pulled her out. The girl is pulled over the side of the pier with great force as onlookers scream in terror. They walked away from the scene quickly. Lesson learned: cute as they may seem, sea lions are hard as hell and they will take your kid if you're not watching closely enough.
  • Trump reportedly tells 'confidants' US will leave Paris climate deal

    Trump reportedly tells 'confidants' US will leave Paris climate deal

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    The White House did not immediately respond to media requests for comment. But he said in response to a question afterward that the United Nations believes "it would be important for the USA not to leave the Paris agreement ". It was noted his attitude to climate change was one of the major hurdles during the summit in Sicily - the first time he has met his fellow G7 leaders as a group.
  • Bill to Review National Minimum Wage Every Five Years Passes Second Reading

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    The session was presided over by the Speaker, Mr. Yakubu Dogara. In his last paragraph he says that if wages are raised to $15 by 2024, for the first time ever the minimum wage would no longer be a poverty wage. "Other countries have a periodic review of wages embedded in their laws, and workers can actually plan and look up to the review". Its MAIN effect is giving workers a living wage.
  • Kushner ties to Russian Federation are questioned

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    That article quoted a White House spokeswoman, Hope Hicks, who said that the meeting came at the request of the Russian ambassador to the US, Sergey Kislyak , with whom Kushner had met earlier in December at Trump Tower to discuss opening a communications channel with Russian officials during the presidential transition.
  • Empleado de seguridad fue detenido por el robo de $1.400.000

    Empleado de seguridad fue detenido por el robo de $1.400.000

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    La maniobra fue denunciada por el empresario de 32 años de edad, con domicilio en el barrio Dorrego de la ciudad santiagueña de La Banda . Quien sería el damnificado. Ahora, la investigación busca descifrar si el esta persona actuó sola o tuvo algún cómplice. Mientras tanto Carrizo, quien reconoció ser el autor del robo, permanece alojado en la Comisaría 12 de la ciudad.
  • Seventh person arrested in Manchester Arena attack

    Seventh person arrested in Manchester Arena attack

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    British police and intelligence agencies worked Wednesday to piece together the allegiances of the Manchester suicide bomber and foil any new potential threats, as the country's law-and-order chief said it's "likely" he did not act alone.