• Two Japanese Crypto Exchanges to Shut Down
Two Japanese Crypto Exchanges to Shut Down

In any case, the procurement has still not been authoritatively affirmed by the dealer , and a report from Reuters expresses that, when reached for affirmation of the news, Coincheck said that it hadn't discharged information on any arrangement.

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  • Active shooter reported at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, Calif.
Active shooter reported at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, Calif.

Some YouTube staff members, including Todd Sherman, tweeted about what they saw and heard. San Bruno police reported the active shooter at the location and warned civilians to stay out of the area. for help. "The situation is being handled", she said. It was unclear if she is a YouTube employee. KRON-TV reports that eyewitness heard up to 20 sh...

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  • Winter Olympics: Seven countries express interest in 2026 games
Winter Olympics: Seven countries express interest in 2026 games

In 2013, Istanbul lost to Tokyo in the vote for the 2020 Summer Olympics. According to Bach, Kim expressed his appreciation for the IOC's role in helping North Korea participate at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February. With only two cities left interested in the 2024 Olympics, the IOC awarded Paris those hosting duties and also promised 20...

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  • 17 states sue the Trump administration over census citizenship question
17 states sue the Trump administration over census citizenship question

The attorneys general contend that an undercount violates the constitutional goal of the Census - to conduct an accurate count of all people in the nation - which threatens states' fair representation in Congress and the Electoral College, and will deprive states of a fair share of billions of dollars in federal funding.

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  • Israeli PM suspends deportation plan for African migrants
Israeli PM suspends deportation plan for African migrants

Under the five-year plan, some 16,250 African migrants who entered the country illegally, many of them seeking asylum, would be resettled in Western nations, which Mr Netanyahu had said included Germany, Italy and Canada. Under the deal, roughly half of the 35,000 migrants living in Israel would be resettled in the West. Netanyahu's right-wing go...

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  • Arizona mother allegedly used Taser to wake son for Easter church service
Arizona mother allegedly used Taser to wake son for Easter church service

Dobbins was arrested Sunday on one count of child abuse. But according to the police report, which cites both of Dobbins' sons and their cousin as eyewitnesses, the mother zapped the 17-year-old on his leg, leaving two small marks as evidence.

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  • Designer of Schlitterbahn waterslide arrested at Texas airport
Designer of Schlitterbahn waterslide arrested at Texas airport

The Kansas Attorney General late last month unsealed an indictment that also charged Schlitterbahn co-owner Jeff Henry with second-degree murder as well as aggravated endangerment of a child and aggravated battery. After Miles and the park were charged, it said it would respond to the allegations in the 47-page indictment "point by point". On top...

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  • Britain's Prince Philip, 96, enters hospital for planned hip surgery
Britain's Prince Philip, 96, enters hospital for planned hip surgery

The next month, he was admitted to King Edward VII hospital after suffering an infection from a pre-existing condition. No further details were made public. His health concerns also comes as Kate Middleton and Prince William prepare to welcome her third child. "Prince Philip has been admitted to the hospital several times in recent years", a sour...

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  • Teens begin Mississippi-to-Memphis march in honor of King
Teens begin Mississippi-to-Memphis march in honor of King

As a young lawyer in 1965, Farmer left Providence for MS, where he represented civil-rights workers and black Americans seeking voting rights. "It is instrumental that we still live by those words", he said. "That is probably the thing that I've tried most to do", Swan said. For Fowler, as she thinks about King's legacy 50 years after his death...

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  • Students rally against gun violence
Students rally against gun violence

On Wednesday, Ingraham tweeted a link to a news article about David Hogg having received rejection letters from several California schools and said he "whines about it". Nothing has changed in 18 years! "Vermont is among the safest of states and this legislation won't advance public safety". I don't think that statistic requires commentary.

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  • Russian governor resigns over deadly mall fire
Russian governor resigns over deadly mall fire

President Vladimir Putin , who flew to Kemerovo on Tuesday to meet with Tuleyev and other officials, said at the time it was premature to talk about resignations. But because the Kremlin is typically loath to be seen as bending to political pressure from demonstrators, it was widely assumed that the governor's position was at least temporarily...

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  • Hart family's deadly crash may have been intentional
Hart family's deadly crash may have been intentional

Among them is Devonte Hart , the child captured in a viral photo hugging a police officer at a rally in response to the lack of charges filed against the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in 2014. She was sentenced to community service and one year of probation. A search warrant affidavit was granted in Clark County in c...

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  • Trump Suggests Using Military to Secure Southern Border
Trump Suggests Using Military to Secure Southern Border

Trump has been promising to fight illegal immigration from Mexico since his presidential campaign, claiming he will build a wall on the United States border. He further added that he discussed the matter with U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. The Defense Department has in the past helped the Department of Homeland Security with border security ...

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  • China hits back at USA with new tariffs
China hits back at USA with new tariffs

China said the United States decisions had "seriously violated" World Trade Organization principles and "caused serious damage" to China's interests. As a result, the tariff of 25 per cent on steel and 10 per cent on aluminium imports should restore the balance, the American president hopes.

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  • USA adds Lashkar-e-Taiba front, Milli Muslim League, to terrorist list
USA adds Lashkar-e-Taiba front, Milli Muslim League, to terrorist list

The seven Muslim Milli League officials accused of acting on behalf of LeT were Saifullah Khalid, Muzammil Iqbal Hashimi, Muhammad Harris Dar, Tabish Qayyum, Fayyaz Ahmad, Faisal Nadeem and Muhammad Ehsan. General elections in Pakistan are scheduled to be held in July. He also cautioned people against working with the MML, including providing finan...

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  • Saudi Arabia funds humanitarian plan in Yemen with half a billion dollars
Saudi Arabia funds humanitarian plan in Yemen with half a billion dollars

The king expressed his appreciation for a recent statement issued by the White House on its strong stance towards the Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen. Late year the coalition, under global pressure, eased a three-week blockade imposed on Yemeni ports and airports in November in response to a ballistic missile fired by the Houthis toward the Sa...

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  • German prosecutors seek to extradite ex-Catalan leader Puigdemont
German prosecutors seek to extradite ex-Catalan leader Puigdemont

The prosecutors also called on the Catalan leader to remain in custody until a final decision is reached, citing the possibility he may try to leave the country to evade arrest. The Catalans say they will not get a fair trial in Spain and are being prosecuted for their political beliefs. They all face up to 30 years in prison if convicted of reb...

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"Punish a Muslim" Day Is Met With Love on Social Media

The message continued to say the plan was not a joke and that its perpetrators meant to give points to people who captured attacks, such as snatching hijabs and acid attacks, on video. "We've also had messages of support being sent to the numbers as well as people saying they had been encouraged by our initiative to accompany their Muslim friends a...

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  • Rohingya Refugees Moved to Higher Ground Ahead of Bangladesh's Monsoon Season
Rohingya Refugees Moved to Higher Ground Ahead of Bangladesh's Monsoon Season

Krabi Governor Kitibodee Pravitra confirmed that people travelling on the boat were Rohingya, but said he did not know where they had come from. About 700,000 Rohingya have fled western Myanmar's Rakhine state to neighboring Bangladesh since a brutal counterinsurgency campaign by Myanmar's army launched after Rohingya militants staged attacks o...

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  • SC/ST act 'dilution': Top court to hear Centre's plea at 2 pm
SC/ST act 'dilution': Top court to hear Centre's plea at 2 pm

Punjab government as a precautionary measure ordered schools and colleges to remain shut following the bandh called by various Dalit organisations. Whichever state has asked for Central forces, they have been made available immediately, officials said.

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  • PREP BASEBALL: St. Anthony bests Sullivan to secure spot in championship game
PREP BASEBALL: St. Anthony bests Sullivan to secure spot in championship game

To review the bidding, the Islander Boys Tennis Team two weeks ago started a nifty little run of six consecutive victories. "It was gritty, grinder, team baseball where we get bunts down, single them, get a lot base runners on and you're aggressive on the base paths", Brewer said.

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  • Kim Jong-un watches K-pop stars perform in North Korea
Kim Jong-un watches K-pop stars perform in North Korea

The 1,500-seat East Pyongyang Grand Theatre was packed during the two-hour performance. After the performance, the South Korean artists and a taekwondo demonstration team will attend a dinner hosted by North Korean culture minister Pak Chun-nam.

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  • Russian Federation says spy poisoning could be 'in interests' of United Kingdom government
Russian Federation says spy poisoning could be 'in interests' of United Kingdom government

London has accused Russian Federation of using the Novichok nerve agent, developed in the latter days of the Soviet Union. Former UK Ambassador to Moscow Sir Tony Brenton said Buzhinsky's comments were a "relatively mainstream view" in Russian Federation.

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  • First Person Sentenced In Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation
First Person Sentenced In Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation

At a November 2017 interview with the special counsel, van der Zwaan lied to Mueller's team about conversations he had with Gates in September 2016, as well as with a person known in court documents as "Person A". Van der Zwaan came back to the United States weeks later to correct his lies to the special counsel's office, but at Tuesday's hearing...

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  • Russian President Putin arrives in Turkey
Russian President Putin arrives in Turkey

Putin will begin the two-day visit by addressing workers at an opening ceremony that marks the start of construction works at Turkey's first nuclear power plant, Akkuyu. Russian Federation is the top provider of natural gas to Turkey. Both presidents watched via video conference the laying of concrete at the $20-billion power plant in southern Tu...

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