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Louis has surrendered to police. St. Louis Metropolitan Police Major Mary Warnecke announced Scotty Joseph Lee is charged with murder, armed criminal action, and assault. Hall was rushed to a hospital with a gunshot wound to the head. Hall's family said they can't comment on the investigation, but said in part "Charges cannot replace a husband, father, brother and dear friend to the community of St.Louis at large".
  • Turkish inflation surges in April, pushes lira to record low

    Turkish inflation surges in April, pushes lira to record low

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    The lira weakened to a record low after Turkstat published the inflation report and was trading down 0.4 percent at 4.1928 per dollar at 11:52 a.m.in Istanbul. The benchmark 2-year bond rose to 15.28 percent from 15.00 percent on Thursday. Economists had forecast the index to gain 14.9 percent in April. On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 1.87 percent versus 1.31 percent increase in the same period of 2017.
  • Malaysia opposition leader investigated under fake news laws

    Malaysia opposition leader investigated under fake news laws

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    Critics say the new fake news law is aimed at curbing free speech and criticism of Najib, who is grappling with a multi-billion-dollar scandal at state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), and popular anger over rising living costs. Under the anti-fake news law, offenders could be fined up to 500,000 ringgit ($127,000) and face a maximum of six years in jail. On Monday, a Danish citizen became the first person to be convicted under the law for making false claims over the killing of a ...
  • What is Cinco de Mayo?

    What is Cinco de Mayo?

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    The service is available for both AAA members and non-members. The average DUI costs about $10,000. There are many other ways to ensure a safe ride home besides relying on a friend. Local law enforcement will be specifically looking for any signs of drunk driving this coming Cinco De Mayo weekend. And drink and eat Americans plan to do.
  • Sibanye Searches for Seven Workers at South Africa Gold Mine

    Sibanye Searches for Seven Workers at South Africa Gold Mine

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    The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) says it is concerned over reports of yet another safety incident at one of Sibanye-Stillwater's operations. "Some of them are from Mozambique and other rural areas in South Africa which are hard to contact, but that's a priority for us". In February, almost 1,000 miners were trapped underground for 30 hours following a power cut caused by a storm in another mine owned by Sibanye-Stillwater.
  • Wanted kidnapping suspect found in rail auto

    Wanted kidnapping suspect found in rail auto

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    Hours later, the RV finally stopped in an orchard north of Bakersfield. "He was found in a Rail Car and taken into custody without further incident", according to police. His children and the family dog were found unharmed and were returned to the mother. Houk, a parolee out of OR, on Tuesday led police on a pursuit from L.A.to Bakersfield in Kern County.
  • Eskom wants their 400 000 tons of coal

    Eskom wants their 400 000 tons of coal

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    In January, the mine, owned by the controversial Gupta family and former President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane, failed to meet its contractual deliveries to Hendrina. Eskom , which has monopoly on South Africa's power supply, has been dogged by crises over the lasy decade, with both Medupi and Kusile running very behind schedule, governance and corruption issues, money problems, municipal debt issues, disagreements with coal supplying mines and aging infrastructure.
  • PM Abbasi to inaugurate first green field airport of Pakistan

    PM Abbasi to inaugurate first green field airport of Pakistan

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    During his address at the event, Abbasi said the airport is crucial as it sits at the crossroads of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor and will help to become a new hub of interconnectivity. The prime minister, ministers, officers from the armed forces and staff of the airlines welcomed the passengers of the first flight landed at the new airport.
  • Missouri to hold special session on Greitens

    Missouri to hold special session on Greitens

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    Leaders from the Missouri House and Senate announced they are calling for a special session to consider impeaching Gov. Eric Greitens after allegations of sexual misconduct and misuse of a charity donor list. on May 18 - just 30 minutes after the end of work in their regular session. Referring to the seriousness of the situation, Richardson said, "The process has monumental consequences, and the gravity of what we are commencing is not taken lightly".
  • Windy, warm Tuesday in Oklahoma, severe weather possible

    Windy, warm Tuesday in Oklahoma, severe weather possible

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    Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers. Most of Eastern Massachusetts is at a "marginal" risk for the thunderstorms, showers, and powerful winds, forecasters wrote . At lower elevations, scattered rain showers in the morning, then scattered rain showers and isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon. Partly cloudy, with a low about 50.
  • Liverpool fans want club to sign AS Roma striker Patrik Schick

    Liverpool fans want club to sign AS Roma striker Patrik Schick

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    It was about getting the job done and now we're through to the final. Mohamed Salah and Cristiano Ronaldo are now the leading goalscorers in the UEFA Champions League and will face each other in the final. Liverpool have already won the European Cup five times - more than any other club in English football. "We have to play much better than tonight, the good news is we can play much better than tonight", he said.
  • Chinese foreign minister, Kim Jong Un meet amid warming relations

    Chinese foreign minister, Kim Jong Un meet amid warming relations

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    Former New York City Mayor and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said the three would be released on Thursday. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un told a visiting Chinese diplomat on Thursday that he is committed to denuclearization, China's foreign ministry said, as diplomatic efforts to bring lasting peace to the Korean peninsula gather pace.
  • Meet the three American prisoners being held by North Korea

    Meet the three American prisoners being held by North Korea

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    Beijing hopes that talks between the United States and North Korea will be "smooth and achieve substantial progress", China's foreign minister said Wednesday during a rare visit to Pyongyang as the Asian superpower tries to mend ties with its nuclear-armed neighbour.
  • Table Tennis-Koreas form unified team at world championships

    Table Tennis-Koreas form unified team at world championships

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    After a trilateral meeting on Thursday, officials of the table tennis associations of the two Koreas and the International Table Tennis Federation announced that the two Korean squads will play in the semifinals as a unified team. The South Korean team had advanced directly to the quarterfinals after finishing on top in its group, while the North Korean team also reached the quarterfinals by defeating Russian Federation in the round of 16 after finishing second in its group.
  • Judge rules Golden State Killer suspect's DNA, photos can be collected

    Judge rules Golden State Killer suspect's DNA, photos can be collected

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    Howard filed the motion to block efforts by the district attorney to take DNA, fingerprints and photos of DeAngelo's body . "I'm not going to stop the execution of the search warrant", Sweet said, adding that such evidence is routinely gathered after a suspect is booked, according to the Sacramento Bee .
  • Severe weather rolls through parts of Kansas for second day straight

    Severe weather rolls through parts of Kansas for second day straight

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    However, most of the area probably won't have to worry about storms or the threat of severe weather. (Late Wednesday/Early Thursday ) Storms will be already on going on radar for our 10pm newscast Wednesday night . In addition, there were many buildings and some homes damaged near Tescott in Ottawa County. Thunderstorms will continue into Thursday in central and southern Oklahoma, and they could potentially be severe.
  • Active shooter in Mill Valley prompts shelter in place

    Active shooter in Mill Valley prompts shelter in place

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    Just after 5 p.m. local time, SWAT officers were seen setting of an explosive to break through a door of an apartment. "A perimeter is set looking for the suspect". The suspect was described as an elderly man, approximately 80 years old. Sheriffs have asked residents to shelter in place, as nearby apartments were evacuated.
  • Congressional chaplain can stay in job: House Speaker

    Congressional chaplain can stay in job: House Speaker

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    Former U.S. House Chaplain, Father Pat Conroy, speaks at the National Statuary Hall of the Capitol on September 27, 2017. Most lawmakers thought Conroy's original resignation, announced in mid-April, was voluntary, but Ryan faced a bipartisan backlash, particularly among the more than 140 Catholics in the House, when word spread that he had forced the priest into retirement.
  • Triple zero emergency number fails after cable cut by 'unknown party'

    Triple zero emergency number fails after cable cut by 'unknown party'

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    Gerard Hayes, the secretary of the Human Services Union in NSW, said there needed to be a full investigation into the matter. The outage is mostly affecting NSW but there are some interruptions in Victoria, South Australia and WA. The Northern Territory is now receiving emergency calls without issue. Victoria Police said it had been getting calls all night but was investigating further.
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    President Trump to "Get involved" in Russian Federation investigation

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    CNN has reported that Trump's legal team is preparing for a showdown with the special counsel - and bracing for the possibility that Mueller might subpoena the President if he declines to cooperate with an interview. Brooke Singman is a Politics Reporter for Fox News . "They never asked me questions about anyone with the last name 'Trump, '" he added, including son-in-law and White House adviser Jared Kushner.
  • Congress turned Bengaluru from computer capital to crime capital: Narendra Modi

    Congress turned Bengaluru from computer capital to crime capital: Narendra Modi

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    Mangaluru, May 3 All eyes will be on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally to be held here on May 5 as it could upset the Congress' poll strategy in Dakshina Kannada district, hit by communal polarisation. "We have no status to sit in front of you", Modi said. "He is the PM of India and I will not launch a personal attack against him". That is why he resorts to personal attacks against me.
  • Crude oil futures climb 0.60 pc on global cues

    Crude oil futures climb 0.60 pc on global cues

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    SINGAPORE, May 3 (Reuters) - Oil dipped on Thursday, weighed down by swelling US crude inventories and record weekly USA production that undermined efforts by OPEC to cut supplies, although potential new USA sanctions against Iran kept markets on the edge.
  • Arizona teachers end walkout despite falling short of aims

    Arizona teachers end walkout despite falling short of aims

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    On Thursday, not long before the signing took place, teachers in Arizona cancelled classes. The AEU organizers and Arizona Education Association, the state's teachers' union, had said Tuesday night that teachers would return to work Thursday if the Legislature passed a budget by then.
  • One person shot in Nashville shopping mall, alleged shooter arrested

    One person shot in Nashville shopping mall, alleged shooter arrested

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    A police dispatcher tells The Associated Press authorities are responding after reports of a shooting. The victim was rushed to hospital and is said to be in a critical condition. James Chick, 31, and his family were walking around the mall after stopping at Starbucks when they heard what they believed to be gunshots. 'We threw our kids in the auto and took off, but there were still people trying to go in the mall.
  • Michelle Obama calls herself 'forever first lady' in speech to students

    Michelle Obama calls herself 'forever first lady' in speech to students

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    I know that you have everything it take to succeed. Barack Obama's wife danced on to the stage to Fifth Harmony's Boss , as she was met with cheers and applause from the crowd. "There are always haters out there telling you what you can't do". Celebrity guests joining the former first lady included Robert DeNiro, Zendaya , Camila Cabello , Rebel Wilson and Bradley Cooper .
  • Molson Coors Brewing Company Class B (NYSE:TAP) Has Decline in Shorts

    Molson Coors Brewing Company Class B (NYSE:TAP) Has Decline in Shorts

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    Bank Of Nova Scotia Trust Company who had been investing in Royal Bk Cda Montreal Que for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $109.03B market cap company. During the same quarter in the prior year, the firm earned $0.47 EPS. equities research analysts anticipate that Molson Coors Brewing will post 5.1 EPS for the current fiscal year.
  • Widow of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo 'ready to die' over house arrest

    Widow of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo 'ready to die' over house arrest

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    Liu Xiaobo died in Chinese custody in July past year, after being denied permission to go overseas for treatment of advanced liver cancer. With her permission, he also released an audio recording of an earlier phone call where Liu said that she was "ready to die" and that "if I'm dead, it'll all be done with".
  • Nawaz weakened country: Zardari

    Nawaz weakened country: Zardari

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    Addressing the participants, he said it appeared as if Sadiqabad had been awakening today, the heart of south Punjab had been awakening. SC disqualified Sharif from office in July over unreported sources of annual income of about $10,000, a salary the former premier denies ever receiving.
  • Cuomo leads, but Nixon favored by 'very liberal'

    Cuomo leads, but Nixon favored by 'very liberal'

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    Cuomo does about as well as his two challengers combined". Wednesday's poll found that small sample favored Nixon 49-28 percent for the primary that traditionally is dominated by liberal Democratic voters. Only 46 percent of voters say he is honest and trustworthy, while 45 percent say he is not. But the Cuomo campaign, points to the fact that 60 percent of those surveyed said they preferred a governor with political experience, as opposed to the 29 percent who said they would rather someone ...
  • Trump thanks teacher from Spokane

    Trump thanks teacher from Spokane

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    According to a pooled report , one pin included a photo of the Women's March poster, the worldwide protest that was first held the day after Trump's inauguration. During the ceremony, Manning wore six pins on her dress, which "included one with a poster for the Women's March that followed Trump's inauguration, one that said "Trans Equality Now" and one in the shape of an apple with a rainbow", the Guardian reports.
  • Iran won't renegotiate nuclear deal with US, says Zarif

    Iran won't renegotiate nuclear deal with US, says Zarif

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    Liberman warned that if Russian-backed S-300 missile defense systems were to be deployed against the Israeli air force that Israel "will certainly retaliate". "In my opinion, Assad is a war criminal who is responsible for the deaths of over half a million of his country's citizens", Liberman added. What we will not tolerate is Iran's attempts to turn Syria into an outpost against Israel.
  • 27 passengers feared killed as bus catches fire in Bihar's Motihari

    27 passengers feared killed as bus catches fire in Bihar's Motihari

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    They said a total of 32 passengers had booked their seats in the private bus, out of whom only 13 had boarded at Muzaffarpur and the remaining were likely to catch the vehicle at Gopalganj. In a tragic bus accident in Bihar's Motihari, at least 27 people have been charred to death, reports ANI . "There is a provision to give compensation of Rs 4 lakh to the next of kin of dead in such cases and it will be given", he said.
  • Chinese military lasers injure US military pilots in Africa

    Chinese military lasers injure US military pilots in Africa

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    Demarche is a diplomatic term used when a nation protests or objects to policies or actions of another government. Both the US and China have military bases in the small African nation located on the strategic Horn of Africa . The intent of the laser incidents is unclear, according to Reuters . The aircraft managed to land safely, and the two aircrew members are recovering, Pentagon officials said.
  • Mystery pooper at NJ school was neighboring superintendent, police say

    Mystery pooper at NJ school was neighboring superintendent, police say

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    Holmdel police have charged Kenilworth Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini with relieving himself in public early Monday morning after school officials reported finding "daily" deposits of excrement by an athletic field. Tramagliani is also an instructor at Rutger's university and was put on paid absence while until after the results of his trial. Kenilworth Public Schools issued a statement about the pooping incident Wednesday.
  • Meet Emerdata, the rebranded Cambridge Analytica

    Meet Emerdata, the rebranded Cambridge Analytica

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    The decision was made less than two months after Cambridge Analytica and Facebook became embroiled in the scandal. "The siege of media coverage has driven away virtually all of the company's customers and suppliers", Cambridge Analytica said in a statement .
  • Judge: 'Trump Place' Can Remove 'Trump' From Building

    Judge: 'Trump Place' Can Remove 'Trump' From Building

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    The condo board at a Manhattan high-rise called "Trump Place" will be in court on Thursday morning, asking a judge's permission to take that name off the building's facade. But Eric Trump said the fight in court was still worth the hassle. At that time, 63 percent of condo owners who responded wanted to remove the Trump sign.
  • Clinton impeachment lawyer to represent Trump

    Clinton impeachment lawyer to represent Trump

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    On Wednesday, Trump alluded to a complaint by House Republicans who threatened to impeach Rosenstein for not providing them with documents related to the Russian Federation investigation and other matters. I say "so-called" because "collusion" is a media and a political word; It does not describe anything in the law. "49 questions that Mueller supposedly wants to ask Trump were leaked.
  • Heavy police deployed outside campus amid violent protests in AMU

    Heavy police deployed outside campus amid violent protests in AMU

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    The minister also pitched for not letting the controversy escalate further. Some students have sustained head injuries, some just bruises. Hundreds of students of the university are now sitting at the main gate of the university, demanding action against members of right-wing organisations.
  • China 'secretly places' cruise missiles on islands in contested waters

    China 'secretly places' cruise missiles on islands in contested waters

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    China recently installed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missile systems on three outposts in the disputed South China Sea. The Chinese army installed anti-ship and air-to-air defenses on outposts also claimed by Vietnam and the Philippines over the last 30 days, USA network CNBC reported Wednesday , citing sources close to U.S.