• Cambridge Analytica Sent Foreigners To Work On US Elections, Former Employees Say
Cambridge Analytica Sent Foreigners To Work On US Elections, Former Employees Say

The discussion now focuses on one case and one scandal, but it is worthwhile to look at what is really going on in the data business . And this is where politicians have learnt not to use facts, but have learnt the awesome skills on using something in the middle, and also creating different cases to create panic - criminality, immigration, and oth...

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  • Citizenship query for census backed
Citizenship query for census backed

The decision to include citizenship question came at the request of the US Department of Justice, which said in December it needed the information to better enforce the Voting Rights Act, arguing that it needed citizenship status data to more aptly guard against racial discrimination in voting.

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  • Funeral Plans Announced For Great Mills School Shooting Victim
Funeral Plans Announced For Great Mills School Shooting Victim

The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office said Monday Rollins shot himself in the head after shooting Jaelynn. Update: 3/26/2018: Evidence indicates at approximately 7:57 am on March 20, 2018, the shooter, fired a single shot from a handgun in Great Mills High School Hallway F, striking Jaelynn Willey and Desmond Barnes.

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  • At Least 64 Dead After Fire At Siberian Shopping Center
At Least 64 Dead After Fire At Siberian Shopping Center

At least 56 people have died in a horrific shopping mall fire in Kemerovo, Russia . The fire , one of the deadliest in Russian Federation since the break-up of the Soviet Union, swept through the upper storeys of the Winter Cherry shopping centre on Sunday afternoon where a cinema complex and children's play area were located.

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  • Herve Renard Has his List Ready for 2018 World Cup
Herve Renard Has his List Ready for 2018 World Cup

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Australia may cut its involvement in the World Cup in Russian Federation. But I think we're just going to have to get used to working with it - and try to get to grips with it as quickly as possible before the World Cup starts.

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  • France attack: Lakdim's girlfriend 'known to security services'
France attack: Lakdim's girlfriend 'known to security services'

A mass is being held, paying tribute to the victims of the attack . Flowers piled up in front of the Gendarmerie headquarters in the French medieval city of Carcassone to pay tribute to Beltrame. "He gave his life for another". He said the Lt. Col.'s "exceptional act" should serve as an inspiration to colleagues. General Richard Lizurey, chief...

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  • Bharatiya Janata Party, Congress pad up for Karnataka Assembly elections
Bharatiya Janata Party, Congress pad up for Karnataka Assembly elections

The Election Commission of India (EC) on Tuesday announced dates for Karnataka state Assembly elections . As per rules the assembly election will have to be held and new house constituted before May 29. Total number of polling stations in the state is 56,696, an increase of 9 percent from last elections. The term of Karnataka's 224-seat assemb...

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  • Stephon Clark's Grandmother Says Police
Stephon Clark's Grandmother Says Police "Didn't Have To Kill Him Like That"

After back-up officers arrive on the scene, they can be heard asking whether the involved officers discovered any weapons on the body, to which an officer can be heard saying , "Hey, mute" right before the video goes silent. He told her that Clark had been at the window just a moment before the gunshots. Local and national Black leaders have vow...

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  • Russian shopping mall fire kills at least 64
Russian shopping mall fire kills at least 64

Mr Puchkov would not confirm how numerous victims were children. Just months later, in September 2013, 37 people were killed when a fire swept through a psychiatric hospital in the village of Luka in northwest Russian Federation. "I wish a speedy recovery to those injured", he said on Twitter. Out of 17 victims whose bodies have been identified...

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  • Court Stops Sierra Leone's Run-off Election
Court Stops Sierra Leone's Run-off Election

A run-off election was set for March 27, as no candidate reached the 55 per cent of the votes needed to win outright. It also observed that voter turnout was impressive while the conduct of electoral personnel was professional. There were technical glitches that necessitated the postponement of elections in 18 polling stations. "The EISA EOM is...

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  • Bhide should be arrested for inciting January 1 riots in Bhima-Koregaon
Bhide should be arrested for inciting January 1 riots in Bhima-Koregaon

Later, in the legislative council, revenue minister Chandrakant Patil said it was the state government which sought a warrant for Ekbote's arrest. If Ekbote can be arrested, why is Bhide not being arrested? If nothing is done, I will expose all those who are not taking any action.

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  • Volvo takes Lynk to Europe
Volvo takes Lynk to Europe

From our headquarters in Sweden, we will roll-out sales with an initial focus on key European cities for our target audience of globally connected urbanites. A year ago in 2017, one of the senior executives of Lynk & Co had been quoted stating that the brand has been thinking of developing its automobiles in not just Ghent but also at another facto...

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  • Pilot in East River helicopter crash struggled to restart engine, NTSB says
Pilot in East River helicopter crash struggled to restart engine, NTSB says

The investigation continues. You can read the full preliminary report here. It was then that Vance noticed a "passenger's tether underneath the lever", according to the report. He realized, though, it was too late to avoid a crash, so he positioned the fuel shutoff lever back to "off". After one of the helicopters crashed in Alaska in 2008, k...

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  • Drama at JKIA as Miguna Miguna resists deportation
Drama at JKIA as Miguna Miguna resists deportation

It is understood that the Immigration officials are treating Miguna as a Canadian citizen after the government declared him a non-citizen and revoked his Kenyan passport before deporting him to Canada on the night of February 6, 2018. "These court orders say I must be in this country", he went on as he brandished High Court orders that directed his...

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  • YSR Congress MPs to quit on last day of session
YSR Congress MPs to quit on last day of session

The matter also came up for discussion during a meeting of the Congress MPs on Friday after which the party chose to submit its notice for Tuesday. YSRC Parliamentary Party leader Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy said that the decision was taken during a meeting chaired by party president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy in Guntur district.

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  • UA swimming and diving 13th at NCAA Championships
UA swimming and diving 13th at NCAA Championships

Yeadon's fourth-place finish equaled Frank Dyer in the 200 freestyle at the 2012 NCAA Championships for the best individual result for a Notre Dame male swimmer ever at the national meet. Yet here they are. OR will play in their second ever Sweet 16 Matchup - their second in two seasons. They say it was a thrilling season capped off with a tour...

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  • Russian shopping mall fire kills at least 53; more missing
Russian shopping mall fire kills at least 53; more missing

It opened in 2013. The Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported that the fire is one of the most deadly in recent Russian history. On Monday, part of the smouldering building briefly caught fire again before it was extinguished. However, it quoted Vladimir Chernov, the region's deputy governor, as saying on Sunday that the blaze had started whe...

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  • Mamata Banerjee attacks BJP, says some goons are misusing name of Ram
Mamata Banerjee attacks BJP, says some goons are misusing name of Ram

In one of the clashes which occurred in the state on Sunday, a person was killed and four policemen were injured. Trouble began when police tried to stop an armed procession taken out by Bajrang Dal activists in Beldi village under the Arsha police station.

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  • #Offbeat: China unveils five storey-tall vehicle vending machine
#Offbeat: China unveils five storey-tall vehicle vending machine

Developed in partnership with the tech giant Alibaba , the "Super Test-Drive Centre" allows users to trial "dozens of Ford vehicles" ranging from executive saloons to sports cars, Tech Crunch reports. The vending machine, which is five stories tall, is now located at that city but the companies plan to bring at least two more to other cities. Th...

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  • Oh snow! Spring takes break with another winter storm
Oh snow! Spring takes break with another winter storm

Cooler air moves in for the end of the work-week with daytime highs a few degrees above freezing under a mix of sun and cloud. Scattered showers and storms will probably spill over into tomorrow . One more lovely day with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures. Winds shift Wednesday , which helps to boost our temperatures into the lower 50s.

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  • Trump weighing recommendation to expel Russian diplomats
Trump weighing recommendation to expel Russian diplomats

Citing "reckless" behavior by Moscow, administration officials said the severe retaliation came in response to the nerve agent attack on a former Soviet spy and his daughter in Britain earlier this month, which British and USA intelligence agencies blamed on the Russian government.

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  • Iran: Naming John Bolton national security adviser shameful
Iran: Naming John Bolton national security adviser shameful

Shamkhani was referring to Bolton's attendance at a gathering of the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) opposition group in 2017. Mark Leibler AC, national chairman of AIJAC, said Bolton's views on a range of pressing worldwide issues are well known.

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  • Wild signs Canton native Jordan Greenway to three-year, entry-level contract
Wild signs Canton native Jordan Greenway to three-year, entry-level contract

Forward Jordan Greenway signed a three-year, entry level contract with Minnesota on Monday, a day after his Boston University team was eliminated from the NCAA tournament by MI. National Team Development Program, Greenway has an extensive worldwide resume, and represented the United States at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.

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  • Miguel Perez Jr. Deported: US Army Vet Served in Afghanistan
Miguel Perez Jr. Deported: US Army Vet Served in Afghanistan

Perez was flown from Gary, Indiana, to Brownsville, Texas, where officers escorted him across the border and turned him over to Mexican authorities, an ICE statement said. His parents and a sister are naturalized USA citizens, and another sister is an American citizen by birth. It's a complicated case. " After the second tour, there was mor...

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  • Kazakh delegation to take part in Afghanistan conference in Tashkent
Kazakh delegation to take part in Afghanistan conference in Tashkent

M - "The peace process, security cooperation and regional cooperation" worldwide high-level conference on the security of Afghanistan initiated by President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev will take place in Tashkent on March 26-27. In this Afghan forum participate the General Secretary of UN, Antonio Guterres, the Russian Minister of External Aff...

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