• Vic High cuts the ribbon on city's first learning school farm
Vic High cuts the ribbon on city's first learning school farm

The head of the teachers union supports the plan. That includes those who make the jump from Iowa to IL. "I think that when people reach out for something like going to the garden, it means that they need it for some reason", she says. "From the time we were able to pass the referendum and go through the design process. that all takes time for ...

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  • Calcutta HC stays panchayat election process till further orders
Calcutta HC stays panchayat election process till further orders

In a late evening statement on Monday, Singh had extended the last date of nomination by one day after the apex court directed him to hear the grievances of the Opposition which alleged its candidates were being prevented by the Trinamool from filing poll nominations.

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  • Hamas blames Israel for military escalation in Gaza
Hamas blames Israel for military escalation in Gaza

The sniper and the other soldiers are heard rejoicing following the "successful" shooting. Public Security Minister Gilan Erdan said critics of the soldiers behavior are "crazy", arguing that they were "under stress". But, condemnation of the video came swiftly and forcefully. Jamal Zahalka of the Joint List, a political alliance of four Arab...

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  • Netanyahu on Holocaust Remembrance Day: Every Generation Must Confront Evil
Netanyahu on Holocaust Remembrance Day: Every Generation Must Confront Evil

The traffic on all roads and highways abruptly stopped. More than 220,000 Holocaust survivors now live in Israel, according to the Israeli Finance Ministry. Meanwhile, the annual "March of the Living" will begin in Poland at 2:30 p.m. (Israel time), led by President Reuven Rivlin. The survey found that almost half of all Americans - 41 percen...

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  • Parkland teacher arrested for leaving loaded gun in a public bathroom
Parkland teacher arrested for leaving loaded gun in a public bathroom

The financial assets available to Parkland school shooting gunman Nikolas Cruz that might allow him to hire a private lawyer will be examined Wednesday at a court hearing. Scherer did not immediately rule but said she would issue a decision before the next pretrial hearing April 27. We're making it clear, ' Finkelstein said.

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  • Trump To Wine And Dine GOP Leadership
Trump To Wine And Dine GOP Leadership

But he said he has been saying the president firing Mueller, or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, or pardoning Trump family members, "is a red line that can't be crossed". On Tuesday, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters that the president believes he has the authority to fire the special counsel.

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  • Jane 'Buckskin Girl' Doe identified after 37 years
Jane 'Buckskin Girl' Doe identified after 37 years

The DNA Doe Project helped to identify King through genetic genealogy. But a break in the case came when investigators teamed up with the DNA Doe Project, a nonprofit founded in 2017, which analyzed DNA that had been kept in storage since 1981.

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  • Inside the GOP plan to discredit Comey
Inside the GOP plan to discredit Comey

Trump's firing of Comey set off a chain of events that have endangered Trump's presidency. Following his departure, Comey told the Senate Intelligence committee that the President had demanded his loyalty, pressed him to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and repeatedly pressured him to publicly declare that he was n...

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  • NBC5 Forecast: Windy and Warm Today
NBC5 Forecast: Windy and Warm Today

Strong high pressure and a gusty SW wind will bring afternoon highs to the 60s and 70s. Unseasonably cold weather for early April will continue into the upcoming work week, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service in State College.

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  • Date for closure of Toys R Us at Lakeside confirmed
Date for closure of Toys R Us at Lakeside confirmed

After failing to find a buyer for the business, Moorfields said in March that it would be necessary to close all of Toys R Us's 106 stores, and immediately made 67 staff at the chain's Maidenhead head office redundant. It also said it is pursuing a reorganization and sale process for its Canadian and global operations in Asia and central Europe, in...

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  • Roma defeat might be my last Champions League match, reveals Iniesta
Roma defeat might be my last Champions League match, reveals Iniesta

The conclusion to draw is that at this time of year either Barcelona win and go through to win the tournament - one, the treble in 2014/15 or they go out at the quarter-final stage limply. "We have a very competitive team and it will recover from this", Bartomeu said. "We still have important objectives ahead of us, but to win any trophy is hard"...

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  • Watchdog confirms United Kingdom findings on Russian-made nerve agent
Watchdog confirms United Kingdom findings on Russian-made nerve agent

But it did confirm Britain's analysis about the substance that had been used. The OPCW, which works to rid the world of chemical arms stockpiles, is based in The Hague and was brought in to carry out an independent analysis of the incident.

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  • Girl, 15, charged with attempted murder after 'stabbing teenager outside shop'
Girl, 15, charged with attempted murder after 'stabbing teenager outside shop'

Following the attack on Monday, an area outside a row of shops was cordoned off by police. A wanted man was caught Tuesday after he led officers on a foot chase through a Colorado Springs neighborhood and tossed a bag containing a stolen gun and drugs, police said.

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  • Snow, ice pellets, freezing rain on tap for Almaguin this weekend
Snow, ice pellets, freezing rain on tap for Almaguin this weekend

The weather misery this spring seems never-ending, with the latest forecast warning of freezing rain Thursday and a possible ice storm for the weekend. At this point, there is still considerable uncertainty with regards to which areas may be most affected. 401 corridor and Lake Ontario might remain just above the freezing mark, which could limit th...

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  • Syrian gov't flag raised in Douma, site of alleged chemical attack
Syrian gov't flag raised in Douma, site of alleged chemical attack

Some lawmakers criticized Trump's apparent telegraphing by tweet of a missile strike in Syria. On Wednesday, he offered the clearest sign yet of his willingness to attack Syria, declaring that missiles "will be coming" and criticizing Moscow for standing by Assad.

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  • Landslide Win For Azerbaijan President Aliyev, Adds to 15-year Tenure
Landslide Win For Azerbaijan President Aliyev, Adds to 15-year Tenure

The Yeni Azerbaycan Party, together with the Automobile Federation of Azerbaijan , didn't wait for the final results of the elections: they organised a street auto race in downtown Baku in order to celebrate Aliyev's victory. Six of the candidates were nominated by political parties, one candidate was a self-nominee and another candidate was n...

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  • Taliban storm district in Afghanistan's Ghazni
Taliban storm district in Afghanistan's Ghazni

Militants also burned parts of the district headquarters following rocket attacks, the official said, adding the situation has been brought under control and the militants have been evicted from the area. "Our mujahideen have confiscated weapons and ammunition", Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said. Additionally, nine other policemen were wo...

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  • North Korea's rubber stamp parliament convenes in leader's absence
North Korea's rubber stamp parliament convenes in leader's absence

Kim had been present at six out of eight previous Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) sessions held since he officially became party head six years ago, according to the South's Unification Ministry. North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho, on a visit to Moscow, said the situation on the Korean peninsula and world events showed that his country and R...

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  • Man accused of telling woman he has 'full-blown AIDS' before raping her
Man accused of telling woman he has 'full-blown AIDS' before raping her

In mitigation, Ngina said she was remorseful and sought for forgiveness arguing that she was only disciplining her son and had no intention of harming him. "I went to crack the door open, and they barged, at least two of them, barged through the door and knocked me through the wall", Anthony told Fox Carolina .

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  • Neither Obama Nor Trump Will Be Invited To The Royal Wedding
Neither Obama Nor Trump Will Be Invited To The Royal Wedding

For five days, the two will keep royal wedding fanatics updated on the fancy preparations for the event before Harry and Meghan are joined in matrimony at St. Included in this special list is a young survivor of the Manchester terror attack a year ago, a deaf schoolboy who uses his lunch break to teach his classmates sign language and a young g...

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  • Chinese Baby Born Four Years After Parents Were Killed in Car Accident
Chinese Baby Born Four Years After Parents Were Killed in Car Accident

For the following three years, their four parents fought an intense legal battle for custody of the four fertilised eggs left by their late children. The soon-to-be grandparents eventually won custody and baby Tiantian was born by a Laotian surrogate last December, reported The Beijing News .

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  • Beating Brexit barriers: Most UK businesses want close regulatory alignment with EU
Beating Brexit barriers: Most UK businesses want close regulatory alignment with EU

The creative industries want to maintain as many of these protections as possible on leaving the EU. Another important finding is that changes to rules in one sector have significant knock on effects for companies in other sectors and throughout supply chains.

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  • Syrian government forces gain full control of eastern Ghouta: Russian agencies
Syrian government forces gain full control of eastern Ghouta: Russian agencies

Retaking control of Eastern Ghouta would be a major victory for Assad in Syria's seven-year war, which has killed more than 350,000 people and displaced millions. The forces have also taken control of Duoma, the last rebel stronghold, according to Russian media, days after a toxic gas attack there killed 70 .

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  • 'Death Penalty Down by Four Percent'
'Death Penalty Down by Four Percent'

The countries known to have executed people for drug-related crimes are China , Iran, Saudi Arabia and Singapore. China remains the world's top executioner but the data is classified as a state secret. "The leadership of countries in this region gives fresh hope that the abolition of the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment is wi...

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  • Three IRGC members martyred in attack on Syrian airfield
Three IRGC members martyred in attack on Syrian airfield

The strike came amidst an global wrangling about the allegations of the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian army in the attack on the rebels in Douma district. Scenes of men, women and children murdered through the use of chemical-weapons agents have once again flooded the world, with an ally of Iran and Russia-the Assad regime-again committing a...

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