• Sirens To Sound For Severe Weather Awareness Week

    Sirens To Sound For Severe Weather Awareness Week

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    It's important to think ahead and have a plan in place for whatever situation you find yourself in. "If you do have a loss, it's a very stressful time and you may not remember everything you have, so if you have a home inventory prepared that will help settle your claim faster".
  • China, Vanuatu deny military base plan

    China, Vanuatu deny military base plan

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    A spokesman for Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai did not immediately respond to emails requesting comment, telephone calls to the Vanuatu High Commission in Canberra were not answered, and the Chinese Embassy in Canberra did not comment.
  • Maui Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Serpico's Pizzeria in Pukalani

    Maui Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Serpico's Pizzeria in Pukalani

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    On April 6, Manchester Township Police investigated a burglary at a camping/hunting trailer in the state forest, the location of two other cabins and trailers burglarized in March. Davis was arrested on several outstanding warrants and was additionally charged with robbery. Campbell was arrested for second degree domestic assault, use of a weapon to commit a felony, terroristic threats, and child abuse.
  • MHA directs states to beef up security over Bharat Bandh call today

    MHA directs states to beef up security over Bharat Bandh call today

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    A few protesting groups blocked roads and railway tracks and forced markets to shut down in Patna, Begusarai, Lakhisarai, Muzafffarpur, Bhojpur, Sheikhpura and Darbhanga. On April 2, several Dalit groups had enforced a Bharat Bandh in many states to protest against the Supreme Court order on the Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
  • US Wants UN Vote Tuesday on Syria Gas Attack Inquiry

    US Wants UN Vote Tuesday on Syria Gas Attack Inquiry

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    Russia's Defence Ministry said two Israeli aircraft targeted the T4 air base in Homs province, firing eight missiles. The OPCW said it had opened an investigation to determine what exactly had happened in Douma. Britain, France, the United States and six other countries requested the urgent meeting after toxic gas was allegedly used in the rebel-held town of Douma, killing at least 40 people.
  • Rouhani says U.S. will regret violating nuclear deal

    Rouhani says U.S. will regret violating nuclear deal

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    President. has been trying for 15 months to break the JCPOA. but the structure of the JCPOA is so strong that it has not been shaken by such quakes", he said. While meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in November, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said that the best way to beat USA sanctions against the two countries was joint efforts to dump the American currency in bilateral trade.
  • Palestinian journalist fatally shot by Israeli forces, RSF calls for investigation

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    Palestinian inmates regularly stage hunger strikes in protest at the administrative detention policy and their harsh prison conditions in Israeli jails. "In regards to the video now circulating, the event depicted apparently occurred a number of months ago". The mass protest, known as the "Great March of Return," demands Palestinian refugees' right to return to their homes occupied by Israel.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation raids offices, home of Trump's lawyer

    Federal Bureau of Investigation raids offices, home of Trump's lawyer

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    The law enforcement action will nearly certainly amplify the public scrutiny on the payment to the actress, Stormy Daniels , which was made just days before the 2016 presidential election. If the Donald ever had any inclination to fire Robert Mueller , now is the time . "I have been advised by federal prosecutors that the NY action is, in part, a referral by the Office of Special Counsel, Robert Mueller ", Ryan said in a statement.
  • Israel Notified US Ahead of Syrian Airstrike

    Israel Notified US Ahead of Syrian Airstrike

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    The T-4 airfield near the central city of Homs was hit with missiles early on Monday . The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the country's conflict, said 14 fighters were killed, including Syrian army officers and Iranian forces.
  • Federal agents seize documents from Pres. Trump's lawyer

    Federal agents seize documents from Pres. Trump's lawyer

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    The raid could increase legal pressure on the president , because it involves the records of his longtime attorney and indicates a second center of investigations in Manhattan, alongside Mueller's Washington-based probe. Cohen's aggressive tactics came into public view when he acknowledged he facilitated a US$130,000 payment in October 2016 to Daniels, who claims she had a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006.
  • Mattis faults Russia on Syria, won't rule out US strike

    Mattis faults Russia on Syria, won't rule out US strike

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    Joseph Dunford. Saturday's suspected poison gas attack took place in a rebel-held town near Damascus amid a resumed offensive by Syrian government forces after the collapse of a truce. US government sources said Washington's assessment was that chemical weapons were used in a besieged rebel-held town in Syria, but they are still evaluating details.
  • Finger find adds weight to earlier out-of-Africa timing

    Finger find adds weight to earlier out-of-Africa timing

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    A fossilised human finger bone dating to nearly 90,000 years ago has been discovered in the Saudi Arabian desert , a find researchers say points to the possibility that our species ventured towards the east far earlier than previously thought.
  • Tammy Duckworth becomes first USA senator in office to give birth

    Tammy Duckworth becomes first USA senator in office to give birth

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    Fellow US senators recently threw a baby shower for Senator Tammy Duckworth . "His help in naming both of our daughters means he will always be with us", Duckworth said. She was honored with a Distinguished Alumni Award from UH in 2011. "As tough as juggling the demands of motherhood and being a Senator can be, I'm hardly alone or unique as a working parent, and my children only make me more committed to doing my job and standing up for hardworking families everywhere".
  • Ferrari mechanic breaks leg in mishap

    Ferrari mechanic breaks leg in mishap

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    Daniel Ricciardo initially held on to fourth place. The biggest shock of the race was the twin retirement of the Red Bull Racing drivers on the same lap (No 2). Haas had already initiated its second round of pit stops, briefly dropping Magnussen out of the top ten on lap 28. It was the German driver who first pitted for a fresh set of Soft tyres.
  • New US sanctions rattle Russian stock market, ruble

    New US sanctions rattle Russian stock market, ruble

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    Last Friday, US announced new sanctions against seven oligarchs, as well as against 17 Russian high-ranking officials and several state-owned enterprises that y believe benefit from Vladimir Putin's regime and have committed "malicious activity".
  • NIA puts former Pakistani diplomat on 'wanted' list

    NIA puts former Pakistani diplomat on 'wanted' list

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    The family of the motorcyclist, identified by police as 22-year-old Ateeq Baig, has lodged charges against the US diplomat, saying he ran a red light. Pakistan refused to grant the contractor, Raymond Davis, diplomatic immunity, stating that he was not a diplomat. According to a local news station, Geo, Baig's father said, no one from the USA embassy in Islamabad or the Pakistani government contacted him to inquire about his loss.
  • Facebook's Biggest Black Lives Matter Page Is A Hoax

    Facebook's Biggest Black Lives Matter Page Is A Hoax

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    At more than 310,000 likes, the official Black Lives Matter Facebook page has a sizeable following. At least some of the money, however, was transferred to Australian bank accounts, according to the report. The historical site records state it is "not funded by any other BLM group, George Soros, Ford foundation or Celebrity". Its pitch to prospective donors also said money collected would go toward boosting coverage of stories "the mainstream media try to suppress through paid ads", ...
  • 24 reported hurt as bus strikes NY bridge overpass

    24 reported hurt as bus strikes NY bridge overpass

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    Commercial vehicles, including charter busses, are not allowed to travel on New York State parkways because the bridges are too low to allow them to pass in certain areas. Indeed and as Candelaria stated, "We're very lucky". David Candelaria said during a press conference. Video images on Twitter show the roof of the white bus sheared off as a result of forcing its way through the overpass.
  • Accident on Pune-Satara Highway kills 18

    Accident on Pune-Satara Highway kills 18

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    The workers, said to hail from Vijayapura district in neighbouring Karnataka , were coming to Pune for industrial work when the mishap occurred at Satara's Khandala tehsil. As a result, the vehicle rammed into a barricade, overturned and fell 10 feet off the road. The police said at least 35 labourers mainly from Bijapur in the adjoining state were bound for work at a construction site at Shirval, near Pune .
  • Russell-crowe 'divorce' auction sells millions worth of movie props

    Russell-crowe 'divorce' auction sells millions worth of movie props

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    More surprisingly, a costume that Crowe wore in the same 2003 movie wasn't far behind, raking in $88,000. To finance his divorce from ex-wife Danielle Spencer , Russell Crow auctioned off nearly $4 million worth of his own stuff in an event cleverly titled "The Art of Divorce " on his 54th birthday (and wedding anniversary) this weekend.
  • Gold Coast 2018: Table Tennis gives Nigeria first medal

    Gold Coast 2018: Table Tennis gives Nigeria first medal

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    The men's stunning victory came after Indian women's table tennis team claimed the gold after pulling off a massive upset by defeating Singapore on Sunday. Apurvi Chandela could not keep up with her younger compatriot although the experienced Indian did join Mehuli on the podium with a Bronze in third place.
  • Hungary's election could produce record turnout - ruling party

    Hungary's election could produce record turnout - ruling party

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    He also wished Orban "nothing but success, for Hungary and for Europe" in his new term. His Fidesz party won a two-thirds majority for the third time in Sunday's election, meaning he again has the powers to change constitutional laws, potentially paving the way for further friction with the EU.
  • The thought Concerns About Wells Fargo & Company

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    About 10.09 million shares traded. It has outperformed by 10.03% the S&P500. Candriam Luxembourg S.C.A.'s holdings in Wells Fargo were worth $29,963,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. Live Your Vision Llc sold 2,060 shares as the company's stock declined 3.81% with the market. Twin Capital Inc has invested 0.57% in Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC ).
  • Korea leader Lee indicted

    Korea leader Lee indicted

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    He has been accused of accepting 11 billion won (Rs 66.4 crore) in bribes between 2007 and 2012, including a bribe for a presidential pardon in 2009 for Samsung Group's chairman who was convicted of tax evasion, AFP reported. The Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office said in a statement that it has confirmed that Lee is the real owner of DAS, a local auto parts manufacturer, through investigations for the past three months.
  • Ky. Gov. Bevin to speak about 'fiscal responsibility'

    Ky. Gov. Bevin to speak about 'fiscal responsibility'

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    Bevin's budget proposal also contains $600 million less in spending. "These systems are in dire, dire straits", Bevin said . The bill also included a tax increase on cigarettes of 50 cents per pack. sure people want to, sure it feels good, sure it quiets people down", said Bevin. "Gov. Bevin's veto creates another opportunity for legislators to save money and save lives".
  • Woman 'embalmed alive' in hospital error

    Woman 'embalmed alive' in hospital error

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    Ms Fedyaeva's mother, Gina Baryshnikova, has accused hospital staff of gross malpractice - claiming they failed to act promptly, even when they'd realised their error. Instead they told her "to go home, cook chicken soup and stop worrying". What they did tell the family was that "a medical mistake took place", apparently never admitting to what had happened.