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An undercover agent worked with Lecroy to verify the claims. He later told the undercover agent when best to commit the murder, and shared plans to take over his neighbor's property, the affidavit said. If found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in prison and $250,000 in fines. Lecroy, 32, has been sent for a mental exam, according to court papers.
  • Congress & Rahul Gandhi Attacked PM and BJP Said RSS operates NDA Govt!

    Congress & Rahul Gandhi Attacked PM and BJP Said RSS operates NDA Govt!

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    Rahul said on Twitter that Congress vs BJP is a "no contest" in Karnataka . "How can someone just declare himself as the prime minister? He neither consulted Didi (Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee), nor Bhaiya (Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav)", said BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said.
  • Time for Karnataka to say goodbye to Congress, says PM Modi

    Time for Karnataka to say goodbye to Congress, says PM Modi

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    Manjula said she had rented or leased out the flats. "The Congress ran an a fake I-Card issuance office there.this is what they are best at", he said. "The RSS over here and the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt, Pakistan, Tunisia, Turkey.they are doing the same thing. We are here to change the Constitution and we'll change it", Hegde had said in December.
  • Serena Williams not ready for Rome return

    Serena Williams not ready for Rome return

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    Williams returned to the tour briefly this year after a 14-month absence to give birth to her daughter. A statement on the tournament's Twitter feed read: "We are so sad to announce that Serena Williams , a four-time Champion in Rome , has withdrawn from £ibi18".
  • Expelled HRW official accuses Israel of trying to silence criticism

    Expelled HRW official accuses Israel of trying to silence criticism

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    Israeli authorities have revoked the work permit of global NGO Human Rights Watch's (HRW) Israel and Palestine director, giving him two weeks to leave the country, the organisation said on Tuesday. On Youtube, Shakir can be seen calling Israel an apartheid state and promoting anti-Israel boycotts. Shakir said in a tweet that Israel's "real aim" in deporting him is "to muzzle dissent".
  • Pueblo Teachers Strike For Pay, Respect

    Pueblo Teachers Strike For Pay, Respect

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    Student Council members from various high schools met with the district Superintendent Tuesday, asking for an end to the strike and a better relationship between admins and teachers. "I'm fighting for my children to have teachers in the district, and me to have co-workers here in the district, who will want to come to this district who will be treated fairly and who will want to stay", said Eborn.
  • The Mormons broke with the boy scouts

    The Mormons broke with the boy scouts

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    They represent the future, and ministering to their needs is a significant focus for the Church. Until that date, to allow for an orderly transition, the intention of the Church is to remain a fully engaged partner in Scouting for boys and young men ages 8-13 and encourages all youth, families, and leaders to continue their active participation and financial support.
  • Grand Forks high schools ranked among best in nation

    Grand Forks high schools ranked among best in nation

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    This school in Media is part of the Rosetree Media School District. That's according to a U.S News & World Report in its 2018 edition of best high schools. However, just because so few Bay State schools made the upper echelon of the national list doesn't mean they're not doing well. U.S. News ranks schools on factors that include the school's relative performance in state reading and math assessments, how underserved students perform, if graduation rates were met and a calculation based on ...
  • Trump threatens to pull 'fake news' credentials

    Trump threatens to pull 'fake news' credentials

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    Just reported that, despite the tremendous success we are having with the economy & all things else, 91% of the Network News about me is negative (Fake). The president continues to hold joint press conferences when heads of state visit the White House. President Donald Trump mused Wednesday about removing press credentials from "Fake News" outlets .
  • Unidentified Gunmen Wound Montenegrin Journalist

    Unidentified Gunmen Wound Montenegrin Journalist

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    Lakic, 49, also was beaten six years ago after she published a series of articles about alleged murky dealings over a tobacco factory. Council of Europe Secretary normal Thorbjorn Jagland states he is "shocked and saddened" from the capturing.
  • Ronaldo reportedly kicks against Real Madrid's summer move for Neymar

    Ronaldo reportedly kicks against Real Madrid's summer move for Neymar

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    A similar fee was quoted by Spanish outlet AS, who came up with a front cover on Wednesday which read " Neymar in talks with Real Madrid ". Apparently, Real Madrid and their delegate wanted the meeting to remain a secret. Despite hitting the ground running in France after netting 28 goals in his debut season for the Parisians, Neymar has always been linked with an exit from Ligue 1 - with Real Madrid widely reported as interested suitors.
  • Maharashtra: Shiv Sena, BJP face off in Palghar LS bypoll

    Maharashtra: Shiv Sena, BJP face off in Palghar LS bypoll

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    Meanwhile, Mr. Shrinivas Wanga filed his nomination papers today. Gavit is also credited with efforts for formation of the Palghar district. The BJP and the Sena have agreed to contest three seats each in the elections to six local authorities constituencies in the upper house of the Maharashtra legislature.
  • Six killed in clashes between police and Islamists at Indonesia jail

    Six killed in clashes between police and Islamists at Indonesia jail

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    It claimed that 10 counter-terrorism counter officers have been killed. Even as the riot was unfolding, the Islamic State's media arm uploaded videos and photos that they claimed were from inside the detention center, showing executed hostages and detainees brandishing weapons, raising the black flag of the Islamic State and pledging allegiance to the group's leader.
  • Iranian lawmakers set paper US flag ablaze at Parliament

    Iranian lawmakers set paper US flag ablaze at Parliament

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    He added that "it was clear that the Americans are not trustworthy". Trump said that the nuclear deal with Iran was an "embarrassment" and asserted that the economic sanctions against Tehran would be reinstated. The White House later corrected the statement online to say Iran "had" a nuclear programme, blaming a clerical error. During a Tuesday morning news conference, Ardern said the deal made for "a more stable, predictable Middle East".
  • 5.5-magnitude quake hits Pakistan

    5.5-magnitude quake hits Pakistan

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    At least ten children were injured after a stampede occurred in three-storey Government Model School near Tankhi Bazaar in Bannu. All children were shifted to a nearby hospital and their condition are out of danger, Dr Fida Khan, a doctor at District Headquarters, told Anadolu Agency.
  • Probe against Nawaz on basis of media reports, NAB clarifies

    Probe against Nawaz on basis of media reports, NAB clarifies

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    The Pakistan SC had, on July 28 previous year, disqualified Sharif from holding the office of the prime minister and had asked the NAB to file references against the Sharif family in connection with corruption cases against them. He regretted that the political parties failed to make the NAB such an institution which fulfills the requirements of justice and play its due role against corruption.
  • Recruit buying jobs website Glassdoor

    Recruit buying jobs website Glassdoor

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    Shares in the Japanese company rose nearly 4 percent on Wednesday to a three-month high on news of the deal. This is the latest in a series of overseas acquisitions by Recruit in recent years, including US job sites Indeed.com in 2012 and Simply Hired in 2016 , and, in Europe, restaurant site Quandoo , hair and beauty service Wahanda , and education technology company Quipper in 2015 .
  • $100mil to tackle homelessness

    $100mil to tackle homelessness

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    With winter starting on 1 June in the southern hemisphere, less than four weeks away, the government has put out an urgent call for anyone with additional accommodation that may be suitable to house homeless people. At the end of previous year there were 6182 people on the state house waitlist. Accessible Properties chief executive Greg Orchard was pleased by the Government's commitment to providing an additional $2.5m investment for emergency housing in Tauranga.
  • Voters approve 2 levies for MCPS

    Voters approve 2 levies for MCPS

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    The elementary school district general fund levy, which amounts to $305,000, passed with 4,959 votes, or 57.70 percent. Teachers that gathered to watch the results said they were hopeful that the results weren't a definite no, but they meant to continue fighting if the levy is defeated again.
  • World Cup 2026 bid vows record profit

    World Cup 2026 bid vows record profit

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    Diplomatic relations between Morocco and South Africa have been rocky ever since Morocco withdrew its ambassador from Pretoria in 2004, when Pretoria recognized the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). Last month‚ a Moroccan delegation comprising celebrated former Senegal and Liverpool striker El Hadji Diouf and former Cameroonian goalkeeper Joseph-Antoine Bell visited Safa's head office to lobby for support for the 2026 bid.
  • Couple Weds In Hospital Days After Bride Lost Arm In Crocodile Attack

    Couple Weds In Hospital Days After Bride Lost Arm In Crocodile Attack

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    The former tennis player Zanele Ndlovu married her fiance, Jamie Fox in the hospital where she was receiving treatment five days after the disgusting incident. I spent a lot of time preparing for my wedding day, running around for venue, decor and so forth. Her husband told the same newspaper that the crocodile attack strengthened their union.
  • Ekiti PDP guber: Professor Kolapo Olusola Eleka emerges flagbearer

    Ekiti PDP guber: Professor Kolapo Olusola Eleka emerges flagbearer

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    Ologbondiyan also disclosed that all the 51 appointees of the state governor who did not resign their appointments but contested delegate election and won at the Ward level had been dropped. They are leaders of the party irrespective of what has happened before this primary. According to her, she gave up her governorship ambition for stability, peace and progress of the party in the state.
  • Tremors Felt In Kashmir, Delhi, NCR

    Tremors Felt In Kashmir, Delhi, NCR

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    Tremors were also felt in Kashmir Valley and parts of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh at 10:41:45.750 UTC. The Hindu Kush region bordering with Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, is considered prone to light and medium intensity earthquakes .
  • Israel PM praises Trump for Iran deal pullout, army on alert

    Israel PM praises Trump for Iran deal pullout, army on alert

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    The Israel Defense Forces ordered authorities in the northern Golan Heights, held by Israelis, to " unlock and ready (bomb) shelters ", Reuters reported . Israel has posted Iron Dome short-range air defences on the Golan, local media said, suggesting that the anticipated attack could be by ground-to-ground rockets or mortars.
  • VP Pence's Brother Wins Indiana US House Primary

    VP Pence's Brother Wins Indiana US House Primary

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    In contrast to Pence's fundraising success, Lamb loaned his own campaign around $800,000 in an effort to keep pace, making the 6th District race the most expensive in the state. The seat is now represented by Republican Luke Messer, who is running for U.S. Senate in 2018. Pence had raised $1.2 million and spent almost $1 million as of mid-April, making it the most expensive race among Indiana's congressional districts.
  • United Kingdom lawmakers vote to strike Brexit date from bill

    United Kingdom lawmakers vote to strike Brexit date from bill

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    The government has suffered yet another defeat in the House of Lords today on its vital piece of Brexit legislation. Since December there has been a tangible shift in attitudes towards the economic structures of the European Union , with more and more MPs coming to the view that we should seek to retain those benefits if the UK Brexits in March 2019.
  • "Fake" voter I-card row hits Karnataka days ahead of poll

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    The issue was brought to surface by the Chief Electoral Officer M Sanjivkumar who in a late night press conference on Tuesday announced about the seizure of over 9000 valid voters ID Cards from a flat in the Rajarajeshwari Nagar Constituency.
  • Rabbi killed in small plane crash in Middletown

    Rabbi killed in small plane crash in Middletown

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    A passenger, Frank Reiss, a flight instructor, was injured. The president of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, a leading Jewish seminary, died in a small plane crash on Saturday, the institute said. A funeral service for Panken will take place at 1 p.m. on Tuesday at the Westchester Reform Temple in Scarsdale, New York. He was responsible for managing four branch offices in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, NY and Jerusalem.
  • Duterte ranks 69th in Forbes 'Most Powerful People' list

    Duterte ranks 69th in Forbes 'Most Powerful People' list

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    Renowned business magazine Forbes on Tuesday released its annual list of the World's Most Powerful People for 2018, ranking Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 9th spot, and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the first rank from the total 75 ranks awarded.
  • Loud explosions heard in Afghan capital

    Loud explosions heard in Afghan capital

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    Whereas, another explosion happened in Qala-e-Fatullah area. A couple of other explosions have also been reported in Shar-e-Naw area of Kabul . Earlier this week, Taliban fighters seized a district in the northern province of Baghlan and kept up pressure on the central city of Ghazni as heavy fighting continued across Afghanistan following the start of the insurgents' annual spring offensive last month.
  • Professor beaten to death in Brooklyn home invasion

    Professor beaten to death in Brooklyn home invasion

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    A person of interest is in custody after police say a Brooklyn professor was killed during an apparent home invasion. Police responded to a 911 call just before 6 p.m. The medical examiner will determine the cause of Safran's death and the investigation is ongoing. Safran's neighbors were devastated by the news.
  • France says Iran deal 'not dead', Emmanuel Macron to contact Hassan Rouhani

    France says Iran deal 'not dead', Emmanuel Macron to contact Hassan Rouhani

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    The leaders of France , Germany and the United Kingdom have expressed regret and concern over President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. France was one of the signatories of the long-negotiated accord with Iran, brokered by the P5+1 powers (China, France, Russia, UK, US, plus Germany) in 2015.
  • Matric results to be published tomorrow

    Matric results to be published tomorrow

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    Over 6 lakh students had appeared in the Class 10 Matriculation exams this year, which were held between February 23 to March 8. Check Odisha board class 10 result . Students must pass in all the subjects in order to get the High School Certificate. BSE Class X results 2018 are also accessible at orissaresults .
  • Ohio GOP US Senate battle

    Ohio GOP US Senate battle

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    Brown has held his Senate seat since 2007, and recently praised President Trump's move to increase tariffs. Gibbons pointed out that he co-chaired Trump's campaign fundraising in OH, and "gave him the largest personal donation I've ever given to a candidate", as well as making hundreds of calls for him.
  • 'You are hurting your country'

    'You are hurting your country'

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    Trump; the United States is not just the current ruling administration and there are many figures who have different views on worldwide and regional issues", Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said, adding that Kerry was knowledgeable about the issues and, while no longer in government, was an influential figure.
  • Cher gatecrashes party in final trailer for Mamma Mia! sequel

    Cher gatecrashes party in final trailer for Mamma Mia! sequel

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    The summer sequel blockbuster we have all been waiting for, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again , is nearly upon us, and today the final trailer has been released leading up to the film's release-and this preview includes even more Cher , who is now "committed to being a grandmother" to Sophie ( Amanda Seyfried ).
  • Rome: Public bus catches fire near Trevi Fountain

    Rome: Public bus catches fire near Trevi Fountain

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    A former head of Atac said a year ago the company was suffocating under some 1.3 billion euros of debts and should declare bankruptcy. Further, officials said that the blaze charred several stories of the nearby building along the Italian capital's Via del Tritone, just a few blocks from the premier's office and the Trevi Fountain .