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It also condemns the imposition of the death penalty for apostasy, blasphemy and adultery . The United Nations just passed a resolution to condemn countries who use the death penalty to punish gay or bisexual people. has never supported any measure at the United Nations that condemns the death penalty. The United States was among 13 nations including Saudi Arabia and Iraq to vote down the resolution.
  • Boris Johnson vows loyalty to May as divided UK Tories meet

    Boris Johnson vows loyalty to May as divided UK Tories meet

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    Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson laid down four demands Saturday in what his second controversial Brexit intervention within days. Theresa May and her Cabinet weren't there to witness it, but the party members gathered to watch the Boris Johnson show were left in no doubt that this was a Foreign Secretary on retreat.
  • Ryan punts on scheduling gun silencer legislation

    Ryan punts on scheduling gun silencer legislation

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    The Republican-led Congress had been pushing ahead on measures to loosen gun restrictions, including the gun silencer bill and one to allow people with concealed-carry permits to take their weapons to other states. Senate leaders also tweeted their support. On the Senate floor on Tuesday, Democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) made a case that "when two mass shootings force you delay a bill that would make those mass shootings harder to detect and stop, maybe it's a sign you ought ...
  • Nawaz Sharif returns as PML-N President (Second Lead)

    Nawaz Sharif returns as PML-N President (Second Lead)

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    PML-N leader Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry submitted Sharif's papers for party president in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) while no one other candidate from the party contested the election, the Dawn reported. Speaking about the disqualification case against PTI Chairman Imran Khan in Supreme Court, he claimed that the matter will be closed now. The resolution paid tribute to the former prime minister for his struggle for strengthening of democracy, supremacy of law and dispensation of ...
  • Cabinet 'split over how Brexit should happen'

    Cabinet 'split over how Brexit should happen'

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    Meanwhile, the Europhile Lord Haseltine told the BBC that the foreign secretary would have been sacked under normal circumstances but, unfortunately, the Prime Minister is "too weak" to do it. The British Chambers of Commerce warned that businesspeople "are growing impatient with division and disorganization at the heart of the party of government".
  • Man posts chilling video of hotel room used by Vegas shooter

    Man posts chilling video of hotel room used by Vegas shooter

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    Andrea and I stayed in that EXACT same room a year ago on the 32nd floor! After realizing he and his wife had stayed in the same Las Vegas suite where gunman Stephen Paddock fired shots at a country festival Sunday night, a North Carolina man posted a video he took of the rooms during their stay a year ago.
  • Ada Police Department Hosting Coffee with a Cop

    Ada Police Department Hosting Coffee with a Cop

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    In celebration, the City of Howell Police Department will be throwing down cups of java at the Uptown Coffeehouse, downtown, from 11am until 1pm. "What we're hoping for is an informal opportunity for the citizens to meet the officers that serve them", he said.
  • National Football League players made themselves look bad

    National Football League players made themselves look bad

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    Villanueva is a former Army Ranger who did three tours in Afghanistan. The Pittsburgh Steelers are still upset over how last weekend's national anthem protest unfolded, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports . After last week's game, the perceived discord continued after Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin's comments , leading to Villanueva issuing an apology in which he said he made his coach and teammates look bad.
  • Denmark: Stabbing wounds found on dead journalist's torso

    Denmark: Stabbing wounds found on dead journalist's torso

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    Mr Buch-Jepsen said images "which we presume to be real" found on a hard drive believed to belong to Mr Madsen showed women being tortured, decapitated and burned. Upon further questioning, however, he told investigators the journalist died when the submarine's 15-pound hatch hit her on the head and that he dumped her body in the Baltic Sea after the "accident".
  • Alex Morgan and Orlando City players removed from Epcot Center by police

    Alex Morgan and Orlando City players removed from Epcot Center by police

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    MLS stars Giles Barnes and Donny Toia of the Orlando City SC were "trespassed from Disney" along with Toia's wife Courtney and Morgan, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department. The women's football ace and players from Major League Soccer were out enjoying themselves at the Epcot Centre in Orlando. The caption on the photo read, "Annual around the world in 8 hours".
  • Boris is not undermining me, Theresa May insists

    Boris is not undermining me, Theresa May insists

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    In a series of TV and radio interviews on Tuesday morning, the prime minister was repeatedly pressed on why Johnson still had his job and laughed off questions about whether he was "unsackable". "There's a group of United Kingdom business people actually, I don't know whether you have come across this, wonderful guys, who want to invest in Sirte on the coast, near where Gaddafi was actually captured and executed as some of you may have seen", he added.
  • Trump attends golf tournament, defends hurricane response

    Trump attends golf tournament, defends hurricane response

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    It took Trump a week to lift the port restrictions after the hurricane hit, and he drew flak for the delay, as well as for what Puerto Ricans on the street call a lack of federal response-in contrast to his attitude and USA supplies that flowed to Florida and Texas after hurricanes hit those states.
  • Why every student should file a FAFSA

    Why every student should file a FAFSA

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    The Federal Student Aid YouTube channel posted a video previous year on how to fill out the FAFSA. "We still have students for our current school year that haven't filled out the FAFSA yet", said Patti Mathieson, Culver-Stockton College assistant director of financial aid.
  • Army foils two infiltration bids at LoC in J&K, 5 terrorists killed

    Army foils two infiltration bids at LoC in J&K, 5 terrorists killed

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    Kalita today. The Army recovered two weapons from them. According to reports, 20 RR and 6 Gadwal army units manning the Balthania post along the LoC in Tanghdar sector noticed some suspicious movement of infiltrators on wee hours. Officials said that the Indian troops were retaliating to the shelling and ceasefire violations on the LoC. The injured policemen have been admitted in a nearby state-run hospital.
  • Ana G. Mendez University President Discusses Puerto Rico Recovery

    Ana G. Mendez University President Discusses Puerto Rico Recovery

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    The governor's office said the executive order will give Florida the resources it needs assist those feeling the catastrophic damage to Puerto Rico in the wake of the storm. Moody's Analytics' preliminary estimate of Maria's total cost to Puerto Rico, including lost output, is $45 billion to $95 billion, representing about 65-135 percent of the territory's gross national product.
  • Karnataka home minister: We know who killed Gauri Lankesh

    Karnataka home minister: We know who killed Gauri Lankesh

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    He had arrived at the scene on a motorcycle with another man. "We need hard evidence against the suspects to file even a charge-sheet against them in a court. Lankesh edited the anti-establishment Gauri Lankesh Patrike. While a forensic laboratory had said a 7.65 mm gun was used to kill Lankesh, similar to those used in the murders of MM Kalburgi, Narendra Dabholkar and Govind Pansare, the result of the comparison of bullets fired at Kalburgi and Lankesh is yet to come.
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    Red Cross: "Blood donors needed every day"

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    When Steve Speyer found out about the horror unfolding in Las Vegas , he sent a text to his friend Charleston Hartfield, a police officer in Las Vegas . A horrific scene unfolded in Las Vegas on October 1, as a gunman opened fire on a music festival from the 32nd floor of a nearby hotel. Officials in Las Vegas say there has been an overwhelming turnout for blood donations - some donors waited in line for more than 6 hours - and no more blood is needed right now.
  • United States mass shooting prompts fresh calls for gun control

    United States mass shooting prompts fresh calls for gun control

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    Well, this is something we should politicize. "It is relevant to our common life together", Obama said. "When roads are unsafe, we fix them to reduce auto fatalities". "We can not fathom their pain". "Are we going to legalise grenades next?" said Gomez. To the families of the victims: "We are praying for you and we are here for you, and we ask God to help see you through this very dark period".
  • Why Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. Stock Rose 13% in September

    Why Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. Stock Rose 13% in September

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    BlackRock Inc. lifted its stake in Cal-Maine Foods by 3,766.5% in the 1st quarter. EPS ratio determined by looking at last 12 month figures is -1.54. Massachusetts Financial Services Co. Cal-Maine's chief executive, Dolph Baker said: "While we are disappointed to report a loss for the quarter, we are encouraged by the year-over-year improvement in our performance".