• 'Carp' Diem at Lake Keepit's fishing competition this Easter long weekend
'Carp' Diem at Lake Keepit's fishing competition this Easter long weekend

The church family and guests will gather at 10:47 a.m. for their Easter celebration worship time, featuring the hymns/scripture/the Lords Supper and the morning message by preaching minister Kevin Short. Christ was sentenced to death and crucified with two criminals. Meat is avoided on Good Friday although fish is consumed for it is perceived...

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  • Solid England searching for World Cup identity
Solid England searching for World Cup identity

Leicester City hero Vardy led the line for the Three Lions and opened the scoring in Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Italy at Wembley. Southgate is realistic enough to not invest too much hope on the back of friendlies but he will at least be finalizing his World Cup squad from a position, if not of comfort, then at least not panic.

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  • 'We Will Continue Fighting' For Changes To Gun Laws, Student Organizer Says
'We Will Continue Fighting' For Changes To Gun Laws, Student Organizer Says

But the bill lacked any gun control measures. "I think that this rally and the momentum that's building around it is showing a lot of people that, oh wait, I can do something and I should be a part of something", Pepe said. "We will take action every day in every way until they simply can not ignore us any more ". People who don't agree with...

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  • French soldiers attacked: Police arrest man in Grenoble
French soldiers attacked: Police arrest man in Grenoble

A driver was on the run Thursday after attempting to ram two French soldiers who were jogging outside military barracks in the Alps, officials said. Nobody was reportedly injured in the incident, while the driver of a black Peugeot auto escaped from the site, while manhunt is underway.

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  • Lior Ron, Uber's trucking exec, is leaving the company
Lior Ron, Uber's trucking exec, is leaving the company

On March 18, at around 10 p.m., an Uber self-driving vehicle hit a woman as she was crossing a street in Tempe, Arizona. A report from The New York Times showed that Uber's self-driving cars required more human intervention than self-driving cars from other companies.

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  • Dozens dead and injured Russian mall fire
Dozens dead and injured Russian mall fire

Social media showed several people leaping from the building's windows to escape the fire, but they reportedly did not survive the fall. "Investigators are working with relatives of the victims, the process of identification is ongoing", Vladimir Puchkov, Russia's minister of emergency situations, told a news conference in Kemerovo, the city wher...

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  • Thousands Rally In Downtown Eugene To Protest Gun Violence
Thousands Rally In Downtown Eugene To Protest Gun Violence

And in 2017, the city recorded 2,715 instances of felonious assault, which includes shootings and other serious assaults. Bhagat, the 2016 Richmond Peace Education Center Peacemaker of the Year, was at the Richmond march with kids he has mentored or taught at Armstrong High, through its Priorities Freshman Academy and Leadership Program, or thr...

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  • United States judge rules 9/11 suits against Saudi can proceed
United States judge rules 9/11 suits against Saudi can proceed

A judge on Wednesday denied a motion from Saudi Arabia to dismiss lawsuits that allege the country provided financial and other support to those responsible for the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The 2002 report, issued as a result of a 9/11 congressional inquiry, " found no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior S...

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  • Cricket Australia findings throw doubt on Smith 'leadership group' claims
Cricket Australia findings throw doubt on Smith 'leadership group' claims

Cricket Australia (CA) on Tuesday announced that it has found skipper Steve Smith , vice-captain David Warner , and Cameron Bancroft guilty in the ball-tampering scandal, and suspended the trio for the fourth Test in Johannesburg , beginning Friday.

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  • NTR biopic: Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu gives the first clap for Balakrishna's film
NTR biopic: Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu gives the first clap for Balakrishna's film

A lavish stage was set up with a large throne in the middle. Balakrishna was fully adorned with jewellery and wore a large gold crown on his head. M Venkaiah Naidu , Indian Vice-President launched the film with the first clap today and Balakrishna surprised everyone in a new and never seen look.

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  • No Charges Will Be Filed Against Officers Who Shot Alton Sterling
No Charges Will Be Filed Against Officers Who Shot Alton Sterling

Landry did not take any questions from reporters. Louisiana attorney general Jeff Laundry publicized this during a news conference on Tuesday. Felma White, a 63-year-old retired food service worker, wore a shirt adorned with screen-printed news clippings showing Sterling's grieving family and newspaper headlines about the shooting.

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  • Navigating Facebook's new privacy settings
Navigating Facebook's new privacy settings

Prior to this change , Facebook allowed advertisers to target groups of people based on an amalgamation of both datasets. The settings menu on mobile devices has been redesigned so that you will be able to easily access everything from just one place.

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  • Virginia Tech lacrosse coach apologizes for offensive video
Virginia Tech lacrosse coach apologizes for offensive video

The video shows girls on the team singing along to Lil Dicky's " Freaky Friday " song, which features Chris Brown and includes the N-word several times. "They've got to know what's socially acceptable, and I think they're learning all those things". In a statement released Monday, Sung said the video was taken after the No.

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  • In UP, Dr BR Ambedkar is now Dr BR Ramji Ambedkar
In UP, Dr BR Ambedkar is now Dr BR Ramji Ambedkar

Acting on the recommendations of Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik, the state government has chose to introduce "Ramji" as the middle name of Ambedkar, officials said. The governor, who has been campaigning since a year ago to "correct" the name, reportedly wrote to PM Modi and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath that even Dr Ambedkar used his full...

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  • Cambridge Analytica created psychological profiles for 136000 Colorado voters
Cambridge Analytica created psychological profiles for 136000 Colorado voters

To the most frequently asked question - yes, SCL/CA works in India and has offices there. "They are an example of what modern-day colonialism looks like". So here are some of SCL's past projects in India. In the 2007 Uttar Pradesh polls, SCL India carried out a full political survey on behalf of a "major party" which the document didn't name.

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  • Pentagon Confirms al-Qaida Higher-Up Killed in Libya Strike
Pentagon Confirms al-Qaida Higher-Up Killed in Libya Strike

AFRICOM said the strike was conducted under authorities approved by Congress in the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force, powers provided the Pentagon to strike al-Qaida in the weeks following the terrorist attack on NY and Washington, D.C.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to expel 7 Russian diplomats over 'ex-spy poisoning'
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to expel 7 Russian diplomats over 'ex-spy poisoning'

The Latest on the dispute over the nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. Foreign Minister Simon Coveney called the nerve-agent attack on Skripal and his daughter a "shocking and abhorrent" use of chemical weapons. Amid the coordinated effort of the West, the U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday ordered the expulsion of ...

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  • Woman arrested after allegedly knocking another woman unconscious and chipping her teeth
Woman arrested after allegedly knocking another woman unconscious and chipping her teeth

Archbishop Duncan-Williams wondered how a husband will make his wife cook every day and never think of taking her to a restaurant once a while so they can enjoy some meals in a cozy environment as the wife takes a break from culinary roles.

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  • Singapore Airlines calls dibs on getting the world's first Boeing 787-10
Singapore Airlines calls dibs on getting the world's first Boeing 787-10

Boeing celebrated the delivery of its newest, biggest 787 to Singapore Airlines' South Carolina Factory on Sunday where, according to Eyewitness News , the occasion took place in front of a crowd of employees and airline officials-with rock and roll playing in the background.

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  • USS Mustin Conducts
USS Mustin Conducts "Freedom of Navigation" Operation in South China Sea

The combat drills passed over the Miyako Strait near Okinawa, which lies between Japan's southern islands. " China is increasingly active in projecting its air power and regularising military exercises in the South China Sea ". The South China Morning Post, an English-language newspaper in Hong Kong, cited Ni Lexiong (倪樂雄), a Shanghai-b...

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  • Recognise Gaza as independent state says former Israeli major general
Recognise Gaza as independent state says former Israeli major general

Gazans are being urged to set up a string of protest camps along the Israeli border, each some 100 meters (yards) from the security fence, and the army is braced for attempts to break through. Buses will carry people from all over Gaza to the five campsites, situated hundreds of metres from the border fence . Thousands of Palestinians are expected...

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  • National Pokemon Day offers new content for fans of franchise
National Pokemon Day offers new content for fans of franchise

This Pikachu knows the move Present which will give players triple the Stardust when caught. Starting Tuesday, fans will be able to have filters from the first partner Pokemon featuring their type and image in the corner of the screen. The second Pokemon Go Community Day event may have only recently concluded, but Niantic has already revealed d...

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  • Paswan meets PM Modi over review petition against SC-ST Act dilution
Paswan meets PM Modi over review petition against SC-ST Act dilution

A section within the BJP expressed apprehension that unless urgent action was taken, the matter may blow up into a political controversy. The leaders from various opposition parties, including the Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Gulam Nabi Azad, Anand Sharma, Kumari Shelja, PL Punia, BSP leader Satish Chandra Mishra, SP leader Vishambhar Prasad ...

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  • Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since attack
Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since attack

Pakistani television channel Geo TV aired footage claiming to show Malala - now an Oxford University student - leaving Benazir Bhutto International Airport and getting into a vehicle escorted by a security convoy. She was transported to the United Kingdom for treatment, and joined by her family, has lived there since then. She suffered bullet inj...

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  • New charge in the £14m Hatton Garden heist probe
New charge in the £14m Hatton Garden heist probe

Holes drilled to gain access to the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit. A man suspected of being the mastermind of the Hatton Garden jewellery raid and who was nicknamed Basil was charged last night after being on the run for nearly three years. Branded as the "largest burglary in English legal history" wherein the raiders disguised as workmen and entere...

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