• Remains of seventh person linked to alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur
Remains of seventh person linked to alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

The grisly discovery is just one of a host of details to be announced by police at a news conference Monday morning, a source close to the investigation revealed. Forensic investigators discovered dismembered remains in the bottom of large planters after searching a property at Mallory Crescent in midtown Toronto that was linked to McArthur.

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  • WH Trade Director: 'No Country Exclusions' But Will Be Tariff 'Exemptions'
WH Trade Director: 'No Country Exclusions' But Will Be Tariff 'Exemptions'

Canada's next steps would be discussed after a final decision from U.S. President Donald Trump , expected next week. Asian steelmakers also worry that U.S. "That's an even smaller fraction of 1 percent of the economy", he said. "It hurts the administration politically because trade wars, protectionism, they lead to higher prices for individu...

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  • South Korea meets North Korea ahead of U.S. talks
South Korea meets North Korea ahead of U.S. talks

A South Korean delegation met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday, a South Korean official said, after arriving in the North on a visit aimed at encouraging North Korea and the United States to talk. They traded threats of war and sent tensions soaring before a thaw in the run-up to the Winter Olympics. The South Korean delegation hopes...

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  • Mueller Wants Documents From Trump, Numerous Campaign Associates
Mueller Wants Documents From Trump, Numerous Campaign Associates

Trump has long denied allegations of collision between his campaign and Russian Federation, calling the investigation a "witch hunt". Hicks just resigned as White House communications director last week , claiming her resignation was unrelated to her eight-hour interview with the House Intelligence Committee the day before.

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  • BJP, allies confident of forming govt in Nagaland, Meghalaya
BJP, allies confident of forming govt in Nagaland, Meghalaya

The voting was a test for Rahul Gandhi , the 47-year-old heir to India's Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, who took over as the main opposition Congress party's president from his mother, Sonia Gandhi, in December. The NPF won 26 seats and the NDPP won 18 seats. To a query, Sarma said he or his party was not a kingmaker as he was only a humble facil...

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  • Italy election: Five Star Movement vows to not form coalition
Italy election: Five Star Movement vows to not form coalition

Polls indicated the grassroots movement launched in 2009 by comic Beppe Grillo would be the largest vote-getter among any single party. "Be prepared for long and complex negotiations that will take months", said Lorenzo Codogno, a former chief economist at the Italian Treasury.

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  • China to increase 2018 defense budget by 8.1pc
China to increase 2018 defense budget by 8.1pc

Last year's growth target was "6.5 per cent or higher". Noting that this year's increase was roughly the same as last year's when adjusted for inflation, Shanghai military expert Ni Lexiong said China was seeking to avoid a full-on arms race based on quantity of weapons, choosing instead to invest in high-tech systems and training.

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  • Rio, Zeliang meet Governor in Nagaland
Rio, Zeliang meet Governor in Nagaland

Zeliang has refused to step down, demanding that the Naga People's Front (NPF) be called first to form the next government as it is the single largest party with 27 seats. Zeliang that at this stage we can not be friends with NPF". Neiphiu Rio, who is set to take over again as the next Chief Minister of Nagaland, on Sunday said that his priority ...

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  • China sets growth target, set to end president term limit
China sets growth target, set to end president term limit

Annual budgeted defence spending rose by 8.1% to 1.1 trillion yuan ($US224 billion), which was a bigger rise than the prior year. Chinese President Xi Jinping's top economic advisor Liu He met with U.S. In 2016, it grew 7.6 percent. "The pace and scale of this build-up is really dramatic". "It's imperative for two countries to perceive each...

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  • Manohar Parrikar likely to travel to United States for further medical treatment
Manohar Parrikar likely to travel to United States for further medical treatment

Mr Parrikar was rushed to the Lilavati Hospital on February 15, where according to the CMO, he was diagnosed for "mild pancreatitis". Later, he was admitted to the Goa Medical College and Hospital at Bambolim for treatment. GFP leader Vijay Sardesai had even said they pledged their support to Parrikar and not the BJP. Earlier on Monday, the Chief...

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  • Krishna Kumari Kohli Becomes First Dalit Woman Senator In Pakistan
Krishna Kumari Kohli Becomes First Dalit Woman Senator In Pakistan

Kholi, who worked in the fields alongside her parents as a child, will take the oath of office later this month. "I feel delighted, this was unthinkable for me, to reach the Senate", Kumari told The Associated Press . Kohli and her family members were held for three years as bonded labor in a private jail allegedly owned by the landlord of Kunri...

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  • Sharifs PML-N wins big in Parliaments upper house polls
Sharifs PML-N wins big in Parliaments upper house polls

The win also gives incoming prime minister and former leader of the PML-N Nawaz Sharif a possible new avenue to re-enter politics, following his disqualification from office on charges of corruption past year. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PTI secured five seats, PPP and PML-N-backed candidates two seats each, and JI and JUI-F one seat each. They can no...

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  • Florida Senate holds Saturday session on school safety bill and gun regulations
Florida Senate holds Saturday session on school safety bill and gun regulations

Beigel, a social studies teacher at the school for about six months, had just locked the door to a classroom full of students - potentially saving them from the gunman - before he was shot, according to news reports. Long term answers involve addressing societal issues such as broken families and violent video games, improving access to mental he...

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  • Winter Storm to Bring Thunderstorms, Wind and Snow
Winter Storm to Bring Thunderstorms, Wind and Snow

Significant reductions in visibility are possible. Snow from Quinn will first begin to spread into the interior Northeast by Tuesday or Tuesday night, but the lion's share of the storm will occur Wednesday-Thursday. Wind gusts between 25 miles per hour and 45 miles per hour are predicted, with the strongest wind expected near Lake Superior...

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  • Bennett, Guy, Wilkins lead UVa's long list of ACC honors
Bennett, Guy, Wilkins lead UVa's long list of ACC honors

Sophomore guard Kyle Guy was named to the All-ACC first team. That victory avenged UNC's upset loss to Virginia in the 1976 ACC Tournament title game in Landover, Maryland. He scored Virginia Tech's final six points, including the game-winning stick-back with four seconds left, last Monday night in a 64-63 home win against No.

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  • Israeli Arab motorist rams security men in north Israel and is shot
Israeli Arab motorist rams security men in north Israel and is shot

The police statement came after earlier reports that attributed the attack to road rage following a parking ticket. According to police, "a third individual identified the ramming and opened fire at the jeep". The three were lightly injured and treated by Magen David Adom paramedics on the scene. The wounded border policeman managed to shoot and ...

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  • Two New York State Troopers Injured At Crash Site
Two New York State Troopers Injured At Crash Site

The troopers were responding to a single-vehicle damage call at the median along eastbound Interstate 90 at mile marker 7 in the town of East Greenbush around 5:15 a.m. Karow, 34, is a six-year veteran of the state police who works out of Guilderland. One of the tow truck operators was also hit by the vehicle. One tow truck driver was hit by Neum...

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  • China's parliament set to endorse indefinite term for Xi jinping
China's parliament set to endorse indefinite term for Xi jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping will continue his presidential term indefinitely "for life" after the Communist Party of China announced on Sunday the revolutionary change in their system of governance. The premier also promised progress on developing electric cars and other technology and better regulation of China's scandal-plagued financial ind...

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  • Fresh Wave of Protests And Violence Engulfs Kashmir After Shopian Shoot Out
Fresh Wave of Protests And Violence Engulfs Kashmir After Shopian Shoot Out

Official sources told UNI this morning that body of civilian Gowhar Ahmad Lone, resident of Moolu, Shopian, was recovered about 800 feet from the site of encounter at Pahnoo last night. All those killed in the shootout in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopiandistrict were linked to militancy and the soldiers acted in self-defence, the Army said on Monday.

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  • Florida teacher hosts white nationalist podcast, HuffPost reports
Florida teacher hosts white nationalist podcast, HuffPost reports

According to their investigation, Dayanna Volitich , a social studies teacher at Crystal River Middle School , has allegedly been using the pseudonym " Tiana Dalichov " while hosting an underground podcast called " Unapologetic " as well as allegedly spreading racist ideologies on Twitter .

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  • Guj RS poll: Changed legislative math may play spoiler for BJP
Guj RS poll: Changed legislative math may play spoiler for BJP

Before the announcement of results of 2017 state assembly elections, Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party were rumoured to be in talks to forge a post-poll alliance in case of a hung assembly, but it did not materialise because of a huge majority gained by BJP .

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  • Germany welcomes govt deal, wants to start work quickly
Germany welcomes govt deal, wants to start work quickly

For solidarity in Germany and EU! Conservatives in Merkel's bloc have demanded the country of about 80 million take in no more than about 200,000 migrants a year. The party surged into third place in the election, the first time in decades that a far-right, openly nationalist party had won seats in Germany's federal parliament.

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  • Thousands Left With No Water 'In 'Unhygienic' Conditions across London
Thousands Left With No Water 'In 'Unhygienic' Conditions across London

Thames Water has apologised to thousands of its customers in the capital who have lost their water supply today after several water pipes burst as a result of the snow. Leaking pipes in London left 12,000 households without water or suffering from very low pressure on Monday, said Thames Water which was providing bottled water to customers at two ...

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  • PSL 2018, 13th match: Multan thrash Quetta by 9 wickets
PSL 2018, 13th match: Multan thrash Quetta by 9 wickets

The newcomers have won two of the three games they played, while the fourth match - which was to be played against Karachi Kings - was called off due to rain. So, Gladiators finished their inning scoring 102 runs only. They lost only 1 wicket and in 16.4 overs, they reached the destination. Hasan Khan took the one wicket for Gladiators.

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  • Dalai Lama a revered figure, no restrictions on him
Dalai Lama a revered figure, no restrictions on him

The temple is near the Dalai Lama's official residence. The 82-year-old Dalai Lama on Thursday said that he feels inspired to continue his work for 20 years. Tibetans in-exile are set to celebrate a large public event titled "Thank You India" at Thyagaraj Sports Complex in New Delhi on 1 April, 2018. Last year, Indian troops stopped China f...

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