• Somerset County Sheriff's Deputy Shot And Killed in Norridgewock
Somerset County Sheriff's Deputy Shot And Killed in Norridgewock

Mill Stream School is closed out of precaution. After shooting and killing Cole between 1 and 2 a.m., officials said Williams stole the deputy's marked cruiser and drove it to a nearby Cumberland Farms, where he robbed the clerk. Several Somerset County officers arrived on scene within 10 minutes, according to the reports, followed by a dozen or ...

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  • Saudi Arabia pushing Qatar into taking illegal actions, Russian senator says
Saudi Arabia pushing Qatar into taking illegal actions, Russian senator says

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has claimed Qatar's government would fall "within less than a week" if the U.S. no longer protected the country militarily. because there is no American protection for the Kingdom at present as there are no United States bases or forces in Saudi Arabia. In January, the Qatari defense minister outlined a far-reachin...

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  • Europe may need new pipelines for gas supply from Russia - Gazprom
Europe may need new pipelines for gas supply from Russia - Gazprom

Experts have already commented this statement, saying that Russian Federation has enough capacity to supply gas and increase the volume of supplies to Europe. In a separate interview with the magazine, Thilo Wieland, management board member at Germany's Wintershall [WINT.UL], said that the company would continue to finance the Nord Stream 2 gas p...

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  • BERNIE'S UTOPIA: Sanders Announces Plan to Give EVERY AMERICAN a Federal Job
BERNIE'S UTOPIA: Sanders Announces Plan to Give EVERY AMERICAN a Federal Job

Bernie Sanders is working on a plan that would allow the federal government to guarantee a $15-per-hour job, plus healthcare benefits, to every worker in the U.S. Even if the job guarantee becomes a Democratic policy point, congressional Republicans are expected to completely oppose the plan and dismiss it as big government meddling.

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  • Black Ferns Sevens stage comeback to beat Australia, again
Black Ferns Sevens stage comeback to beat Australia, again

While the French were the last team standing, it was Australia who were always going to be their main foes, and a second half comeback kept their realistic hopes of overall series glory alive. "It's been an unbelievable couple of weeks", said Nathan-Wong. New Zealand's fitness and finishing power was on full display as they clinched a first tourn...

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  • NY Special Election Tuesday, Balance of Power on the Line
NY Special Election Tuesday, Balance of Power on the Line

Andrew Cuomo. Republicans have created Senate rules that require 38 votes to change the chamber's leadership, a rule Sen. "Political gamesmanship must not be allowed to jeopardize the leadership, committee structure and staff of the New York State Senate and push this institution into turmoil", Felder said.

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  • US Supreme Court to hear travel ban case
US Supreme Court to hear travel ban case

Since then, the order has gone through a wringer of litigation, prompting the Trump administration to roll out revised versions of the original plan. The justices do not have to reach the issue in the case, but court watchers are eager to see if any of the justices are interested by the question and could decide to shed light on whether courts sh...

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  • Kremlin sees no alternative to current deal on Iran's nuclear program
Kremlin sees no alternative to current deal on Iran's nuclear program

Russian Federation does not believe that the United States (US) is taking any concrete steps towards easing relations between the two countries, the Kremlin said yesterday. The Kremlin suggested on Wednesday that reaching a new Iran nuclear deal to appease the USA might not be possible. Trump stated on numerous occasions that the Iran nuclear d...

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  • Toronto attack suspect charged as investigators search for motive
Toronto attack suspect charged as investigators search for motive

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said there was no reason to suspect any national security connection. She adds: "Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those affected, and we wish a full recovery to those injured". Police said the suspect in the van mounted the kerb on Yonge Street between Finch Avenue and Sheppard Avenue at abo...

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  • Sturgeon isolated after blocking UK Brexit deal
Sturgeon isolated after blocking UK Brexit deal

However, the Welsh and Scottish Governments branded the move a "naked power grab" of devolved powers. However, Scotland's first minister refused to endorse the same agreement, insisting there was a "key sticking point" and that Theresa May would have to make further concessions before the Scottish government could sign up to it.

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  • Syria regime strikes kill 6 civilians in south Damascus: monitor
Syria regime strikes kill 6 civilians in south Damascus: monitor

The Syrian Archive, which works with human rights groups such as Amnesty International, said it has verified 861 videos covering some 212 attacks - a lot of them believed to have been carried out by government forces. "The operation will continue until its goal is achieved", a Syrian military officer told reporters in Qadam, speaking on condition o...

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  • And a lack of clarity on customs union
And a lack of clarity on customs union

He said: "The job of those of us in Government is to persuade Parliament that the route going forward, leaving the customs union , but ensuring that we don't put in place unnecessary barriers to our trade with the European Union ". The Brexit Secretary said the motion - which Prime Minister Theresa May has previously described as a "take it...

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  • Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Patel shot dead by terrorists in Kashmir
Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Patel shot dead by terrorists in Kashmir

Ghulam Nabi Patel succumbed to his injuries in the fatal attack, the statement also read . In this regard, a case has been registered and investigations have been taken up. PDP leader and J&K Chief Minister expressed her condolence on Patels death. "Such cowardly acts achieve nothing but leave one more family devastated", said Mehbooba Mufti ...

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  • Imran Khan's Marriage In Trouble, Says Report. Twitter Amused, Has Advice
Imran Khan's Marriage In Trouble, Says Report. Twitter Amused, Has Advice

The report adds that the presence of Bushra's son irked Imran, which in turn led to disputes between the couple. There were reports of regarding a domestic dispute between Imran Khan and Bushra Maneka, who has returned to her parents' home after a domestic dispute.

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  • Human bone dagger from New Guinea
Human bone dagger from New Guinea

Not just any skeletal parts would do. The elaborately decorated daggers were primarily made from the leg bones of large flightless native birds called cassowaries (like the bottom dagger pictured above), potent symbols of agility and aggression.

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  • The gruesome Danish submarine killing case: a timeline
The gruesome Danish submarine killing case: a timeline

Peter Madsen has been sentenced to life in jail for the killing of journalist Kim Wall. The Danish inventor confessed to sawing off the head and limbs of Ms Wall and also changed his story about how she died on board his submarine, Copenhagen police said in October.

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  • OPP identifies human remains of 'young person' as Kaden Young
OPP identifies human remains of 'young person' as Kaden Young

Police say the mother was able to hold on to her son briefly, but he was pulled from her arms into the water. The OPP said on Tuesday that the results of an autopsy confirmed what many had already suspected since the weekend. His mother, Michelle Hanson, posted on "Bring Kaden Young Home to His Family"- a Facebook page used since Feburary by the ...

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  • Trial run of Bangladesh-Nepal bus service begins
Trial run of Bangladesh-Nepal bus service begins

The BBIN motor vehicles deal is not through yet as Bhutan has temporarily opted out of it. A ceremony was organized to welcome the buses with passengers from Bangladesh, Nepal and India. A protocol for the new bus service will be signed by the four countries, India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Nepal. After the completion of the journey, we will study i...

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  • Kosovo improves ranking on Press Freedom Index
Kosovo improves ranking on Press Freedom Index

The report mentions the killing of journalist Gauri Lankesh in 2017 who, the report says "had been the target of a hate campaign on social networks". Protecting press freedom has become a dwindling trend throughout Asia, according to the RSF index. The index map this year shows India in a dim light.

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  • Video shows ex-Port Authority official berating cops during traffic stop
Video shows ex-Port Authority official berating cops during traffic stop

During a routine traffic stop involving her daughter, Turner launched into a tirade at the two responding officers. Turner flashes her credentials and demands to be called by her professional title during the conversation. Announcing Turner's resignation Monday, the Port Authority said in part : "Immediately upon learning of allegations that Com...

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  • Donald Trump's female lookalike creates frenzy on the internet
Donald Trump's female lookalike creates frenzy on the internet

Although she doesn't have a computer or a phone, Antelo has achieved viral fame since she was photographed by journalist Paula Vázquez. It shows her clutching a hoe and gazing into the distance in a pose that resembles that of Trump wielding a golf club on the green.

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  • Why Bollywood awaits Ranbir Kapoor's 'Sanju'
Why Bollywood awaits Ranbir Kapoor's 'Sanju'

At a recent interaction, Hirani faced some tough questions including the most important one of whether he is glorifying Sanjay Dutt, who's been convicted earlier by a court of law, for which he served a sentence too. On the work front, Rajamouli has already announced his next biggie after the monstrous success of "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion". Ranb...

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  • BJP releases fourth list of candidates for Karnataka polls
BJP releases fourth list of candidates for Karnataka polls

A win in Karnataka , the first of three major states to vote this year ahead of a general election in 2019, would give Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP ) a foothold in the prosperous southern region of the country, apart from bolstering his chances of securing a second term.

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  • Karnataka Assembly election: Siddaramaiah files nomination from Badami
Karnataka Assembly election: Siddaramaiah files nomination from Badami

These upcoming Karnataka elections are also very important these are one of the major elections before lok sabha elections in 2019. We ( BJP ) are hungry (to win) but without arrogance. Siddaramaiah has also ruled out any alliance with the JD (S) after election results are out. A little less than half of them (46%) are planning to vote for the JDS ...

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  • Buck stops with you, Amber Rudd told as she unveils emergency orders
Buck stops with you, Amber Rudd told as she unveils emergency orders

Children of those who arrived in the United Kingdom from the Caribbean who need to apply for naturalisation will not be charged any fees either. It shows hallmarks of the years following the Second World War, when the British government began to encourage mass immigration from the countries of the British Empire and Commonwealth to fill shortages...

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