• Video shows SRO outside building during Parkland massacre
Video shows SRO outside building during Parkland massacre

More than 10 minutes later, other officers appear to reach Peterson's position. The Broward County Sheriff's office released the video via an email link that included the following message, "we welcome the court's decision to release the video of Deputy Scot Peterson's actions".

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  • Candidate who slammed Parkland teen as 'skinhead lesbian' quits race
Candidate who slammed Parkland teen as 'skinhead lesbian' quits race

Gonzalez and Hogg are among a group of outspoken student leaders from MSD High School, where 14 of their fellow students and three staff members were killed during a February 14 shooting rampage at the school in Parkland, Florida. 'It was wrong and unacceptable. Hogg has also been incredibly vocal since the Valentine's Day tragedy, and has repeat...

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  • Russian Federation boots 23 United Kingdom diplomats in spy-poisoning tit for tat
Russian Federation boots 23 United Kingdom diplomats in spy-poisoning tit for tat

Russia's foreign ministry also announced it is shutting the British consulate in St Petersberg and the British Council which promotes cultural links. "We will always do what is necessary to defend ourselves", he said. The British Council said in a statement it is "profoundly disappointed" at its pending closure.

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  • Swedish prime minister, North Korean foreign minister hold talks
Swedish prime minister, North Korean foreign minister hold talks

Kono and Pence affirmed that Tokyo and Washington will maintain "maximum pressure" on Pyongyang to compel Kim to take concrete measures toward the complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Sweden extended assistance to American detainees in North Korea and was instrumental in securing the release of USA stud...

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  • Students across CO join nationwide walkout
Students across CO join nationwide walkout

On Wednesday, students from NY to Nashville to San Francisco walked out of school at 10 a.m.to commemorate the one-month anniversary of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School , in which 17 people were killed, and to push for gun reform.

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  • In tit-for-tat move Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats
In tit-for-tat move Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

Early on Saturday, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it had ordered the British diplomats to leave within a week and indicated it could take further action should there be what it called more "unfriendly" moves. "Russia's response doesn't change the facts of the matter - the attempted assassination of two people on British soil, for wh...

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  • Residents Evacuated Due To Carson Midway Fire Start Heading Home
Residents Evacuated Due To Carson Midway Fire Start Heading Home

The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office said none of those have been in Pueblo County. Firefighters from Fort Carson, near Colorado Springs, in conjunction with El Paso and Pueblo county agencies worked the Carson Midway Fire through the day Friday.

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  • Seoul to Propose Preparatory Meetings for Summit Korean Leaders
Seoul to Propose Preparatory Meetings for Summit Korean Leaders

North Korea can be contained by maintaining the growing program of economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure that the Trump administration has embarked upon over the course of the previous year. The two allies will also arrange a timetable on JapanesePrime Minister Shinzo Abe's trip to the US expected early next month andsummit talks with Trump in...

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  • North Korea must agree to nuclear inspections, Abe tells Moon
North Korea must agree to nuclear inspections, Abe tells Moon

South Korea's National Security Office head Chung Eui-yong, center, Cho Yoon-je, the South Korean Ambassador to the US, right, and National Intelligence Service chief Suh Hoon, left, make an announcement about North Korea and the Trump administration.

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  • Trump has made a decision to remove his national security adviser
Trump has made a decision to remove his national security adviser

Whether the reassuring words from Kelly and Sanders would calm staff nerves was far from clear. McMaster is Trump's second national security adviser after Michael Flynn was dismissed a year ago for misleading Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the US.

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  • More than 200000 civilians flee Syria's Afrin in three days: monitor
More than 200000 civilians flee Syria's Afrin in three days: monitor

The weekslong violence left more than 1,300 civilians dead, 5,000 wounded, and forced thousands to flee to government-controlled areas. The warplanes reportedly carried out more than 20 raids on areas in the town of Harasta. On Saturday, a Turkish air strike killed 11 civilians in the city as they tried to leave, it said. The monitor says more ...

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  • Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats, close consulate general in St. Petersburg
Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats, close consulate general in St. Petersburg

However, Russia continues to deny it had anything to do with the attack. The diplomatic tension increased further on Friday afternoon when London's Metropolitan Police said it is treating as murder the death of Nikolai Glushkov , a close associate of Putin opponent Boris Berezovsky - a one-time billionaire who was himself found hanging dead in...

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  • Mauritius President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim resigns following Financial Scandal
Mauritius President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim resigns following Financial Scandal

The president has been facing growing pressure, including from Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth , after a local paper, L'Express, said she had used a credit card issued by an worldwide non-governmental organization to buy clothes and jewelry in Italy and Dubai.

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  • Protesters Roll Out 'Unwelcome' Mat for President Trump
Protesters Roll Out 'Unwelcome' Mat for President Trump

Trump repeated his insistence that law enforcement personnel should be able to see through the structure so that they could monitor criminal cartels that might be "two foot away" on the Mexican side. But for California, a Democratic stronghold where Trump lost by more than 4 million votes in the 2016 presidential election and that is feuding with t...

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  • N Korean foreign minister heads to Sweden
N Korean foreign minister heads to Sweden

A Swedish Foreign Ministry spokesman said Ri Yong Ho was in Stockholm to discuss with Swedish counterpart Margot Wallstrom the security situation on the Korean peninsula and Sweden's diplomatic representation of the United States in North Korea.

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  • Russian Federation to expand American 'Blacklist' after new USA sanctions
Russian Federation to expand American 'Blacklist' after new USA sanctions

The threat comes hours after the United States treasury slapped sanctions on the country on Wednesday for election meddling and cyber-attacks dating back two years. However, it is worth noting that these sanctions amount to the most significant punishment levied by the Trump administration yet on Putin's Russian regime.

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  • Russian Federation retaliates against the United Kingdom over ongoing spy poisoning fight
Russian Federation retaliates against the United Kingdom over ongoing spy poisoning fight

Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned Bristow for talks in a heightening dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain. The Russian Foreign Ministry said that "23 diplomatic personnel from the British Embassy in Moscow have been declared persona non grata" and have one week to leave.

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  • USA accuses Russian govt of hacking infrastructure
USA accuses Russian govt of hacking infrastructure

Ukraine policy). With the United States under pressure to act, the steps announced by the U.S. Treasury Department represented the most significant taken against Moscow since Trump assumed office in January 2017. Russia's use of chemical weapons on the soil of another United Nations member is a "defining moment", she said, and there is a need t...

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  • Russia to expel 23 UK diplomats in spy row
Russia to expel 23 UK diplomats in spy row

Petersburg. The British Council is a cultural institute with artistic, language and educational programs. The country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it had ordered the diplomats to leave within a week, moments after Britain's ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow left the ministry in Moscow .

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  • Footage Released of Florida Deputy Not Entering School During Shooting
Footage Released of Florida Deputy Not Entering School During Shooting

This booking photo shows Nikolas Jacob Cruz, the suspect in a deadly rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla . The video was released in response to a lawsuit from a number of media organizations, against both the Broward Sheriff's Office and the School Board of Broward County.

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  • Easter Sunday egg hunt set at Reedsport Community Charter School
Easter Sunday egg hunt set at Reedsport Community Charter School

According to co-organizer Rory Dukes, "These Kilgore and Sabine area churches are partnering to bring attention to Jesus Christ and His Resurrection, develop relationships, unify the Kilgore and Sabine communities", the Grace Baptist Temple Big Events Team member noted, "and let those that don't attend church know they are welcome in God's kingdom"...

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  • Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats in response to spy-poisoning accusations
Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats in response to spy-poisoning accusations

Britain has cancelled high-level bilateral contact with the Kremlin and May on Wednesday gave 23 Russian diplomats a week to leave Britain. The British Council's office in Russia will also be closed and permission for the reopening of the British consulate in St Petersburg withdrawn, Moscow's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday, which ...

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  • Russian Federation summons British ambassador as it readies to expel diplomats
Russian Federation summons British ambassador as it readies to expel diplomats

The Russian foreign ministry said staff from the UK's Moscow embassy would be expelled within a week. The foreign ministry, in a statement, said that the British diplomats would be "declared persona non grata", adding that it "reserves the right to introduce other retaliatory measures in case of further unfriendly actions".

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  • At least 16 including children, die at sea
At least 16 including children, die at sea

According to reports, coast guard officials said there were at least three more migrants that were unaccounted for. The bodies of four children, one man and one woman were recovered off the island of Agathonisi Saturday morning, the coast guard said.

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  • First two cars removed from underneath collapsed bridge
First two cars removed from underneath collapsed bridge

It said the session included a technical presentation by Figg Bridge Engineers that "concluded there were no safety concerns and the crack did not compromise the structural integrity of the bridge". At least 10 people were taken to hospitals; two remained in critical condition on Friday, officials and local news media reported . Rosenberg and coun...

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