• Trump Jr. does brisk business in India
Trump Jr. does brisk business in India

The New Delhi dinner was due to take place Friday, soon after Trump Jr. addressed a business conference that was also attended by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the CEOs of Uber and Netflix. beyond helping the US Secret Service to provide him with security. Several government and private ethics watchdogs said he should have gone furt...

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  • Florida executes man for 1993 rape and killing
Florida executes man for 1993 rape and killing

Branch was pronounced dead at 19:05 local time on Thursday (00:05 GMT on Friday). The governor's office made the announcement. Herman Lindsey, a former death-row inmate who was exonerated in 2009 protested against Branch's execution outside the prison on Thursday saying he wants to see the practice abolished.

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  • We Immediately Noticed This About Michy Batshuayi - Dortmund Coach
We Immediately Noticed This About Michy Batshuayi - Dortmund Coach

The Belgian ace, now on loan at Dortmund, said on Twitter that he heard "monkey noises" from the stands in Italy. "Hope you have fun watching the rest of [the] Europa League on TV while we are through". Struggling to earn minutes or the trust of Antonio Conte at Chelsea, Batshuayi joined Dortmund on loan on transfer deadline day in the winter w...

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  • Trump praises Turnbull at White House
Trump praises Turnbull at White House

Mr Trump has indicated potential support for arming and training teachers in schools, as well as calling for more mental health support and taking steps to ban bump stocks, an accessory that allows rifles to fire hundreds of rounds of ammunition a minute.

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  • Five killed as refugees clash with police in Rwanda
Five killed as refugees clash with police in Rwanda

The statement says Rwandan police intervened when "demonstrators armed with stones, sticks and metal projectiles assaulted and wounded seven police officers". A press release from Rwanda's Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugees Affairs (Midimar) confirmed this development on Wednesday. The demonstrations demanding better living conditions o...

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  • Husband Charged with Murder of Woman Who Led Risqué Double Life
Husband Charged with Murder of Woman Who Led Risqué Double Life

She was seen purchasing a bottle of absinthe at a liquor store hours before her body was found on January 13. However, police have kept the details released to the public scant and Lemley would not say what led police to believe West committed the murder of his wife.

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  • Vehicle strikes barrier near White House, driver apprehended
Vehicle strikes barrier near White House, driver apprehended

One woman was fatally shot after attempting to force entry into the grounds via her auto and leading police on a chase across Washington, DC . The woman is said to have intentionally rammed her Chevrolet Uplander into the gate. White House officials said that the auto "did not breach the security barrier of the White House complex". It has Tenn...

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  • United Nations chief 'deeply alarmed' by Eastern Ghouta violence
United Nations chief 'deeply alarmed' by Eastern Ghouta violence

Eastern Ghouta is the last main rebel stronghold near Syria's capital Damascus in the country's multi-sided war. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Wednesday he was "deeply saddened by the awful suffering of the civilian population in Eastern Ghouta ".

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  • Michael Porter Jr.: Fully cleared for all basketball activities
Michael Porter Jr.: Fully cleared for all basketball activities

He would not say whether or not Porter Jr. will play in a game this season. Because if it was tournament time and they said I'm ready to go, is that the best thing for our team? Last week, Martin said Thursday's doctor's visit would determine if Porter was physically cleared to resume practicing with the team.

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  • No bail for father in murder of 2-year-old son
No bail for father in murder of 2-year-old son

Chicago police charged a man with murder after his 2-year-old son was found almost "decapitated" at their home in the Little Village neighborhood on Wednesday. Next, Ortiz tried to call up his wife and confess his crime but he could not reach her. Police said Ortiz phoned his sister-in-law and confessed " to killing the baby ".

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  • NRA Leader Warns Conservatives Of 'Socialist Wave' In Wake Of Shooting
NRA Leader Warns Conservatives Of 'Socialist Wave' In Wake Of Shooting

Over the past week, several notable businesses have either cut ties with the NRA or demanded measures from the association to address gun violence in the U.S. ". So many existing laws were ignored". He added, "If you fuzz the line, they're all at risk". People then started posting comments on the social media platforms of numerous companies u...

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  • Flood concerns remain and wintry weather on the way
Flood concerns remain and wintry weather on the way

Expect more snow on Saturday . Snow and mixed precipitation expected, with 4 to 6 inches of snow possible along with freezing drizzle. The National Weather Service has indicated the drop in temperatures is throwing a wrench in the forecast, but areas north of the Pike are expected to see 1-2 inches of snow accumulation.

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  • 400 kilograms of cocaine seized at Russian embassy in Argentina
400 kilograms of cocaine seized at Russian embassy in Argentina

The report said that Viktor Koronelli, the Russian ambassador to Argentina , along with three other members of the Russia's Federal Security Service informed Bullrich on December 13, 2016 regarding 16 luggage pieces which they thought contained drugs.

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  • Americans First at USCIS
Americans First at USCIS

Rodríguez said . Director L. Francis Cissna announced the rewrite of the statement Thursday, scrapping the more immigration-friendly language that said the agency "secures America's promise as a nation of immigrants by providing accurate and useful information to our customers".

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  • Billy Graham will lie in honor in the US Capitol Rotunda
Billy Graham will lie in honor in the US Capitol Rotunda

Graham family spokesman Mark DeMoss said Thursday that the music and speakers will all have connections to Graham's life and ministry. In 2005, Americans got the chance to pay their respects to civil rights leader Rosa Parks , the first woman to lie in honor in the rotunda.

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  • Snow winding down this monring; another storm expected this weekend
Snow winding down this monring; another storm expected this weekend

Unfortunately another system will move through on Saturday bringing chances for heavy snow from western Iowa-Carroll-Fort Dodge-Mason City. Thursday - Snow showers likely. Calm wind becoming southwest around 5 miles per hour. Saturday: Rain. High near 43. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 11. Sunny, with a high near 45.

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  • Donald Trump endorses giving teachers concealed guns to stop shooters
Donald Trump endorses giving teachers concealed guns to stop shooters

US President Donald Trump takes part in a " listening session " on gun violence with teachers and students in the State Dining Room of the White House on February 21, 2018. The White House meeting was attended by students, their parents and also the parents of victims of other U.S. school shootings. But the NRA restated its opposition Thu...

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  • Myanmar Apparently Razing Remains Of Rohingya Villages
Myanmar Apparently Razing Remains Of Rohingya Villages

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said in a statement earlier this week that the settlement of Rohingya Muslims on the island would be a "temporary arrangement" to reduce the dense population at the refugee camps in the Bangladeshi border city of Cox's Bazar, where almost 700,000 members of the ethnic minority group now live in deteriora...

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  • Eastern Ghouta: Macron and Merkel urge Putin to back ceasefire
Eastern Ghouta: Macron and Merkel urge Putin to back ceasefire

In what is termed as one of the heaviest bombardments in the seven years of Syrian civil war , more than 60 children have reportedly lost their lives, according to BBC . He called on humanitarian aid to be delivered to the needy and for all parties to the conflict to allow the evacuation of an estimated 700 people that need urgent medical treat...

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  • Air raids in Syria ahead of United Nations ceasefire vote
Air raids in Syria ahead of United Nations ceasefire vote

Moscow, which distributed on Thursday a new version of the draft resolution, said it could back the measure if it did not apply to ISIS and al-Nusra Front. United Nations spokesperson Alessandra Vellucci said in a statement read at news briefing in Geneva Friday that "the ceasefire needs to be followed by immediate, unhindered humanitarian access ...

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  • Toronto police update expected on investigation into accused serial killer Bruce McArthur
Toronto police update expected on investigation into accused serial killer Bruce McArthur

The latest charge is for the death of Skandaraj "Skanda" Navaratnam, 40, who was last seen September 6, 2010, according to Detective Sgt. Hank Idsinga. Kayhan was a 58-year-old Afghan immigrant who was reported missing by his son in 2012, and Dead Lisowick was a homeless prostitute in his mid-40s. McArthur, 66, has been charged with first-degree ...

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  • Turkey eliminate USA terrorists in Syria
Turkey eliminate USA terrorists in Syria

The Turkish president also vowed to take what he has called "the war" to the town of Manbij and east of the River Euphrates, areas where U.S. special forces have served alongside the YPG since the liberation of those areas from the Islamic State (IS) group.

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  • NCAA declares Arizona SG Allonzo Trier ineligible
NCAA declares Arizona SG Allonzo Trier ineligible

Below is a statement from the school detailing the circumstances of Thursday's decision. However, this recent failed test may still be a product of the first. He also said that the school has already been in contact with USC officials in order to address this issue immediately. "Rawle made some really big plays", said Arizona coach Sean Mille...

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  • US Embassy will move to Jerusalem in May
US Embassy will move to Jerusalem in May

Both Israelis and Palestinians consider Jerusalem to be their capital city. The new US embassy in Jerusalem will open in May 2018 in celebration of Israel's 70th anniversary , according to Israeli newspaper the Jerusalem Post . The announcement comes a day after Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the United Nations, told a crowd at the Universi...

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  • Governor's Lawyer: Greitens is
Governor's Lawyer: Greitens is "Absolutely Innocent"

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens is facing a felony charge of invasion of privacy. He has admitted the affair, but denied allegations that he tied the woman up, photographed her and then threatened to release the image if she told others about their relationship.

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