• SUV that fell into river belonged to missing family, officials determine

    SUV that fell into river belonged to missing family, officials determine

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    The body was pulled from the water at 10:20 a.m.by Humboldt County Sheriff's Office searchers scanning the river about 7 miles south of where Sandeep and Soumya Thottapilly, their children Siddhant, 12, and Saachi, 9, are believed to have been plunged into its strong current, said Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman.
  • Sirens will sound twice Thursday for statewide tornado drill

    Sirens will sound twice Thursday for statewide tornado drill

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    The southeastern part of Minnesota, including Rochester and Winona, is not in the watch area, but can expect rain, the weather service said. A freeze is most likely Sunday morning, including the Lubbock area. Closer to the metro area, a tornado in Copiah County seventeen miles southwest of Hazlehurst roared its way through the county for a little over two miles.
  • Google Is Redesigning Gmail

    Google Is Redesigning Gmail

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    Hence, no matter how accented, Google Go can recognise desired search items, just say the word or phrase. Gmail's expiring email will essentially become unreadable after some time. The new look also enables Gmail users to place calendar appointments side-by-side with messages, which should help avoid doubling-booking, or missed events .
  • Elvira cuts Dunne's lead to one ahead of Spanish Open finale

    Elvira cuts Dunne's lead to one ahead of Spanish Open finale

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    The world number four began the day behind overnight leader Paul Dunne but a birdie-birdie start from the Spaniard saw him tied for the lead after two holes. "So being able to win this as a pro and do this for them and the Spanish people feels great". Rahm's closest challenger, Nacho Elvira , was not so fortunate at the 17th when he found the hazard and his hopes of a maiden victory disappeared with a double bogey five.
  • Kentucky governor apologizes after comments on teacher protests

    Kentucky governor apologizes after comments on teacher protests

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    On Sunday, Bevin said "I'm sorry", but buffered the apology with about four minutes of wordy passive voice. "I guarantee you somewhere in Kentucky today a child was sexually assaulted that was left at home because there was nobody there to watch them", Bevin said, according to a video posted to Twitter by a reporter for WDRB-TV.
  • Haley Warns US, Allies 'Locked and Loaded' to Strike Syria Again

    Haley Warns US, Allies 'Locked and Loaded' to Strike Syria Again

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    Inspectors from the global chemical weapons watchdog group were in Damascus and had been expected to head to Douma on Saturday. He took to Twitter again on Sunday to address the backlash but remained unapologetic. "This week, he is opening a new military front". " More bombings and the continued presence of 2,000 US troops in northeast Syria. would undoubtedly prolong the war and the suffering of Syria's people", Glass told USA TODAY.
  • Brush Fire Spreads to Abandoned Garage in Cass Township

    Brush Fire Spreads to Abandoned Garage in Cass Township

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    Officials said no injuries were reported in the fire, which authorities were alerted to around 3:40 p.m. Thursday. Residents of North Park apartments are considering evacuating as the flames spread. "The final size is estimated to be approximately 300 acres". Firefighters say the fire was not caused by severe weather. The fire has burned at least 15 acres and continues to grow.
  • Milo Djukanovic's DPS claims victory in Montenegro presidential election

    Milo Djukanovic's DPS claims victory in Montenegro presidential election

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    The pro-European leader defied Russian Federation previous year by taking the Balkan State into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. The vote is the first since Montenegro joined the Western military alliance in December. Bojanic said Djukanovic "cannot be the solution because he is the creator of the instability and chaos that we witness in the streets of Montenegro".
  • Heavy downpours, flooding, snow showers?: A look at this week's forecast

    Heavy downpours, flooding, snow showers?: A look at this week's forecast

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    Saturday and Sunday are forecast to be delightful, with abundant sun and highs both days near 80 degrees. I will be sharing more specifics on the timing for this system in my forecast at 9, 9:30 and 10 p.m. Our skies will slowly clear throughout the day on Monday , but high temperatures will only be in the upper 40s. YOUR FREE WECT MOBILE WEATHER APP: Your First Alert weather app can keep you one step ahead of the storm, and alert you to severe weather watches while you're on the go.
  • Air China flight diverted by pen threat

    Air China flight diverted by pen threat

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    As per CAAC, all of the passengers have been safely deboarded, Xinhua reported. The flight had taken off at 8:40am from Changsha, Hunan Province, and was scheduled to land in Beijing at 11am. Media reports suggest that the authorities refused to provide any further information and it is still unclear that if the interference referred to any possible hijacking attempt.
  • Terminator reboot to star Natalia Reyes

    Terminator reboot to star Natalia Reyes

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    His performance as Robbie Reyes in S.H.I.E.L.D. conveyed the complexity of the character extremely well, and even though he had a darkness to him, he was still a hero. Reyes will play a working-class woman in Mexico City caught between the human and machine war. Hamilton and Schwarzenegger are reprising their roles, but sources say that their parts are relatively brief.
  • Former first lady Barbara Bush, 92, 'in failing health'

    Former first lady Barbara Bush, 92, 'in failing health'

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    Rep. Sean Maloney, D-N.Y., paid tribute to Bush as "a graceful First Lady who has dedicated her life to improving education and promoting literacy", while Maryland Gov. The couple had six children. Months earlier, he was a Houston's Methodist Hospital for 16 days, also for pneumonia. Barbara Pierce was born in NY and met her future husband at age 16.
  • BJP ministers' resignations being sent to J&K CM: Ram Madhav

    BJP ministers' resignations being sent to J&K CM: Ram Madhav

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    Two days ago, speaking on the recent rape incidents, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said no perpetrators will be spared involved in the case. Opposition parties have demanded the resignation of Adityanath on moral grounds. Congress is trying to politicize the issue. He also denied any trouble in alliance with the Peoples Democratic Party. BJP's J&K president Sat Sharma said that while taking part in the rally could have been the personal decision of the two concerned Ministers, he was of ...
  • Catalans rally for freedom and return of independence leaders

    Catalans rally for freedom and return of independence leaders

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    They are among the nine separatists leaders imprisoned. Police said 350,000 people attended the rally with hundreds of buses bringing people in from other areas. Around 350,000 demonstrators clogged several main city arteries waving flags and wearing yellow in support of separatist leaders jailed for their role in the region's banned drive to split from Spain previous year.
  • Paul Ryan announces he will not seek re-election

    Paul Ryan announces he will not seek re-election

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    Trumpism has its work cut out to show the world it is a viable political brand that can hold its own against likely Democratic advances in November - and can survive after Trump himself steps off the stage in either three or seven years. Mia Love, the Utah Republican whose parents are Haitian immigrants and whose criticism of the president is well-known. "I think he did put Janesville on the map", said Quarena.
  • Trump is analyzing situation over Syria

    Trump is analyzing situation over Syria

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    The Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis has made it clear he has significant concerns over the unforeseen consequences of a strike on Syria . May recalled the ministers from their Easter holiday for the meeting in Downing Street to discuss Britain's response to what she has cast as a barbaric attack that can not go unchallenged.
  • Clair House Fire Deemed Accidental; No Injuries Reported

    Clair House Fire Deemed Accidental; No Injuries Reported

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    Flames were already breaking through the roof over a garage that was converted to a living space. The dogs' human companions got out unhurt but the canines were rescued by firefighters, according to Windsor Fire and Rescue. The cause of the fire is under investigation, officials said. Neighbors reported that they saw smoke coming out of the house and told emergency workers they knew an elderly man lived there.
  • Prominent US lawyer dies after setting himself on fire in protest

    Prominent US lawyer dies after setting himself on fire in protest

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    In a statement on Buckel's death, Lambda Legal described his death as "heartbreaking" and the attorney as a "beautiful human being". As reported by the New York Times , Buckel's suicide note explained that in recent years the attorney had been moved by environmental causes.
  • Weathercast: Severe storms on Wilson's radar for Sunday

    Weathercast: Severe storms on Wilson's radar for Sunday

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    We're gaining confidence in a fairly widespread soaking rain chance heading into next weekend and that might include next Saturday too. Temperatures will reach the lower to mid-70s during the afternoon. this afternoon. Highs rise back to the low and mid 80s for the remainder of the work week. Temperatures recover on Tuesday when the high is expected to climb to 62 degrees.
  • Algerian military plane crashes, killing at least 257 people

    Algerian military plane crashes, killing at least 257 people

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    Ten crew and other people described as family members died, and a number of survivors were being treated at an army hospital, the ministry added. One of four people identified thus far as having died in a private plane crash on April 9 in Scottsdale, Ariz., was Mariah Sunshine Coogan, a resident of West Hollywood.
  • Chemical watchdog group to fulfill Syria mission

    Chemical watchdog group to fulfill Syria mission

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    Meanwhile, the US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said the strikes were carefully planned to minimise civilian casualties. He also renewed his "outrage" at reports of continued chemical weapons use in Syria. Earlier this week, Israel bombed a Syrian airbase used by Assad's regional allies, killing at least seven Iranians, and prompting threats from Tehran and its Lebanese militia ally Hezbollah.
  • Russia's Ruble Catches a Break as Crude Surge Offsets Syria Woes

    Russia's Ruble Catches a Break as Crude Surge Offsets Syria Woes

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    Trump mocked Moscow's threat to shoot down any U.S. missiles targeting Syria and pilloried Moscow for its ties to the regime of Bashar al-Assad. Trump administration officials told The Associated Press in February they believed forces loyal to Assad might have been in the process of working on new or more refined chemical weapons.
  • North Korean leader meets senior Chinese official

    North Korean leader meets senior Chinese official

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    In the meeting, the North's nominal head of state, Kim Yong-nam, stressed the need to maintain the country's military capabilities for self-defense, but did not make any comments about nuclear weapons. The visit to North Korea is Song's second in five months, and comes amid a resumption of high-level exchanges created to fix strained ties over Pyongyang's nuclear brinkmanship, and just weeks ahead of Kim's planned meetings with his United States and South Korean counterparts.
  • Israeli security heads confer after Trump's threat to bomb Syria

    Israeli security heads confer after Trump's threat to bomb Syria

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    Macron said he has been talking regularly this week with U.S. President Donald Trump about the most effective response. "Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria". And he insisted it remains US policy not to be involved directly in Syria's civil war. Trump wrote in a Thursday morning tweet that an attack could happen "very soon or not so soon at all".
  • Unnao rape case: Zero tolerance against corruption, crime: Yogi Adityanath

    Unnao rape case: Zero tolerance against corruption, crime: Yogi Adityanath

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    He also thanked the chief minister for attempting to spread the ideology of Dr Ambedkar and launching several schemes that aimed to benefit dalits. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was felicitated with the title of " Dalit Mitra " on the occasion of 127 birth anniversary of Dalit icon Dr BR Ambedkar here on Saturday.
  • Yogi real culprit in Unnao rape case alleges Congress

    Yogi real culprit in Unnao rape case alleges Congress

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    He was questioned for 15 hours following his detention on Friday. CBI sources told that during investigation certain inconsistencies were found in Sengar's statements over the rape incident for which agency will require his custody. At least a dozen of policemen were seen guarding the hospital's entrance and nearby areas as the victim was taken inside the examination room flanked by her sister-in-law and a woman constable, who accompanied her from Unnao.
  • President Abbas arrives in Dhahran ahead of 29th Arab League summit

    President Abbas arrives in Dhahran ahead of 29th Arab League summit

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    Saudi Arabia and its Arab and non-Arab allies believe that Lebanon and Iraq are Iran's backyard and their sovereignty is violated by the Islamic Republic. "It's definitely safe to say that Iran is the centerpiece of this summit", said Andreas Krieg, assistant professor of defense studies at King's College London.
  • Newark man sentenced to 15 months in prison on child porn charges

    Newark man sentenced to 15 months in prison on child porn charges

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    A state police investigation obtained a transcript of the email conversation between Christiani and someone who lived in Lexington and identified himself as being 13 years old. He was arrested on six counts of possession of child porn. He will be incarcerated at the State Correctional Institution at Waymart, the DA's office said.
  • First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar

    First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar

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    By TIS Staffer 14 April 2018 The United Nations refugee agency and the Government of Bangladesh on Friday signed a cooperation agreement on the safe, dignified return of Rohingya refugees to their homes in Myanmar, "once conditions there are conducive".
  • Togadia quits VHP, plans indefinite fast for Hindutva

    Togadia quits VHP, plans indefinite fast for Hindutva

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    The election and removal of Togadia from the position of VHP worldwide president reportedly took place due to RSS's discomfort with Togadia using the banner of the organisation to accuse Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government of betraying the Hindutva cause.
  • 11-year-old girl's body found with 86 injuries, rape suspected — Surat

    11-year-old girl's body found with 86 injuries, rape suspected — Surat

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    After extensive investigation of the crime scene, the perpetrators were not found. Doctors mentioned that FSL tests were needed to determine whether she was raped or not before being murdered. "The victim's picture has been sent to the state police control room for an identification process". The police have announced a Rs 20,000 reward for information about the girl, and have circulated the message and photograph of the child on social media.
  • Phagwara remains tense after clash over Ambedkar poster

    Phagwara remains tense after clash over Ambedkar poster

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    Punjab Police on Saturday remained on high alert in Phagwara town following a clash between the Hindu and Dalit groups over a poster of Babasaheb B.R. This happened even as I had persuaded the Dalit activists to remove it after talking to Phagwara ADC Babita Kler and police officials. "Any action on the hoarding should have been taken by the administration and not by the Hindu groups".
  • Fans of guns and the Second Amendment answer back

    Fans of guns and the Second Amendment answer back

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    Neumann, a United States Marine Veteran, was one of the event's organizers. "And they knew how important it was to defend themselves against that, and they left that legacy for us". Daniel J. Gonzalez, a 26-year-old graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said he was pleased with his side's turnout. "I kind of wish there were people counter-protesting so we could talk, though".
  • Arsene Wenger: 'Henrikh Mkhitaryan two weeks from return'

    Arsene Wenger: 'Henrikh Mkhitaryan two weeks from return'

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    Mkhitaryan suffered knee ligament damage in the 4-1 Europa League quarter-final first-leg win over CSKA Moscow and Wenger was concerned the Armenia global could be out for several weeks. "I'm happy for him". It means that with the World Cup coming on the back of a long gruelling season for most of England's players, Welbeck at least has the advantage of being relatively fresh.
  • Syria attack: Theresa May 'confident of success' with military action

    Syria attack: Theresa May 'confident of success' with military action

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    The rush to swift action following an alleged chemical weapons attack on the rebel-held town of Douma on April 9 was condemned by several British opposition parties who wanted parliament recalled. There are now reports of Russian jets patrolling Syrian airspace, having taken back control of the area. The US and its allies fired more than 100 missiles at Syria.
  • Florida Mom Let 2-Year-Old Child Smoke Meth And Weed

    Florida Mom Let 2-Year-Old Child Smoke Meth And Weed

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    Police even found a plastic bag containing marijuana residue located within a basket containing children's toys. Others alleged Ecker let the child smoke meth out of a pipe. Sadly, the results indicated the two-year-old had been exposed to the drug on numerous occasions. Police said the 2-year-old girl tested positive for "chronic" drug use.