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However, Saudi broadcaster Al-Arabiya said fresh investigations had been launched into the 2009 Jeddah floods and the outbreak of the Mers virus which emerged in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Prince Miteb's father was the late King Abdullah, who also had led the National Guard and had transformed it into a powerful and prestigious force tasked with protecting the ruling Al Saud family, as well as important holy sites in Mecca and Medina, and oil and gas sites.
  • Senator Paul assaulted inside Bowling Green home

    Senator Paul assaulted inside Bowling Green home

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    Boucher was arrested and charged with one count of Assault 4th-minor injury, and taken to the Warren County Detention Center. Kentucky State Police have arrested the senator's assailant, identified as Rene Boucher, 59, of Bowling Green for intentionally assaulting Sen.
  • Lowry Going Well In Turkey

    Lowry Going Well In Turkey

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    England's Justin Rose , who won in Shanghai last week , had four successive birdies in a 64 and is two shots back. Colsaerts, without a win for five years, was two under for the day after 10 holes before a costly finish at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa.
  • DC Metropolitan Sergeant Murdered In Baltimore, During Ceasefire Weekend

    DC Metropolitan Sergeant Murdered In Baltimore, During Ceasefire Weekend

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    The shooting occurred about 12:45 a.m.in the 2800 block of Elgin Avenue in the Walbrook neighborhood of West Baltimore. Mason was in the vehicle with a 43-year-old woman, who was shot in the leg. Investigators believe Mason and the woman were inside the auto when an unknown suspect approached, began shooting and then fled. On Friday, Baltimore hit 300 homicides in 2017, according to police data, making this the third year in a row that the city has reached the grim milestone.
  • Saudi Arabia intercepts missile fired at airport

    Saudi Arabia intercepts missile fired at airport

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    The Houthi rebels have seized control of Yemen's capital Sanaa, which has forced the government into exile. Houthis are Shi'ite militants that have been involved in the Yemeni civil war that started when the Saudi-led coalition launched its air campaign in the country in 2015.
  • Final FY17 MA budget signed, with bump stock ban included

    Final FY17 MA budget signed, with bump stock ban included

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    The issue of the bump stock ban came up after a mass shooter in Las Vegas used a bump stock to make his weapon more lethal when he shot up a country music festival. State Senator Barbara L'Italien, whose district includes LeRocque's hometown of Tewksbury, said in a statement that LeRocque was struck down "in the prime of her life".
  • JD(U) releases picture of Tejaswi with girl and beer bottle

    JD(U) releases picture of Tejaswi with girl and beer bottle

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    According to the Newspaper, Condemning the JD (U) for raking up personal matters, Tejashwi said, "The photograph was taken when I was not in active politics and I do not even know the girl personally". "I was expecting a reply from Nitish Kumar camp, but it seems that the entire JD (U) has stooped too low by releasing my photograph with a girl who I don't know There are so many pictures of other leaders taking selfies with girls everywhere".
  • Davis RM Inc. Sells 10039 Shares of Pepsico, Inc. (PEP)

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    Advisor Partners LLC's holdings in PepsiCo were worth $3,125,000 as of its most recent SEC filing. Pepsico, Inc. (NYSE:PEP) has seen its stock price gain 5.42, or +5.18%, so far in 2017. BMO Capital Markets maintained PepsiCo, Inc. The rating was maintained by BMO Capital Markets on Tuesday, July 11 with "Hold". The firm earned "Equal Weight" rating on Monday, January 9 by Barclays Capital.
  • What to expect at the final round in Qatar this weekend

    What to expect at the final round in Qatar this weekend

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    Another victory for Rea in Saturday's final race of 2017 would see the Ballyclare man set a new record for the most points ever accumulated during a WSBK season, which is now held by American Colin Edwards. Of course, we have improve the bike, especially in the chassis area. "I have just been training myself a lot smarter". "The total package of the bike is really good and balanced".
  • NTPC blast: Centre hikes compensation for dead

    NTPC blast: Centre hikes compensation for dead

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    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi halted his Gujarat Assembly Election Campaign and rushed to Raebareli , the Lok Sabha constituency of his mother and party President Sonia Gandhi . The next of kin of those killed in a boiler explosion at NTPC's Unchahar plant in Uttar Pradesh's Rae Bareli district on Wednesday will get a compensation amount of Rs 20 lakh, Union power minister RK Singh said on Thursday.
  • Fight leads to shooting death near Santa Monica pier

    Fight leads to shooting death near Santa Monica pier

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    Officers arrived in the area and discovered a shooting had occurred with a victim located on Ocean Avenue. When one of the buses tried to drive away, at least two people aboard the other bus pulled out weapons and opened fire. and Santa Monica Blvd. A short time later, several armed suspects fired multiple times into one of the buses and fled the scene on foot. "So we had officers on scene pretty quickly, enough so to try to close off and set up a perimeter as best we could".
  • Trump extends Asia trip to attend East Asian Summit

    Trump extends Asia trip to attend East Asian Summit

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    The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Thursday called for a stronger global cooperation in the fight against terrorism, saying the victories against the Islamic State in Mosul, Raqqa and Marawi do not mean the group no longer poses a serious threat to the world.
  • George HW Bush on Trump: 'I Don't Like Him'

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    Bush. "At the time , I think he was concerned that Hillary Clinton would win", Updegrove said to The Times. "I don't like him". As he watched Trump's campaign, the younger Bush feared he would "be the last Republican president", the author told CNN .
  • China: Legislature Extends Law Criminalizing Disrespect Of National Anthem To Hong Kong

    China: Legislature Extends Law Criminalizing Disrespect Of National Anthem To Hong Kong

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    Xinhua, China's official news agency, reports those found guilty of violating the ban on disrespecting the national anthem could also be deprived of their political rights. The Hong Kong government has said it will devise local legislation procedures following the NPC's ruling. The two committees and two SAR governments agreed that it is in line with the SAR basic laws and appropriate to add the National Anthem Law to the Annex III, said Zhang Rongshun, Deputy Director of the Legislative ...
  • UK MP suspended over 'serious' sexual misconduct allegations

    UK MP suspended over 'serious' sexual misconduct allegations

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    In a Twitter post, he wrote: "The party tipped off the press before telling me of my suspension". Elphicke has said he does not know the nature of the allegations, and denies any wrongdoing. Theresa May made it very clear she took these allegations seriously and within hours he had gone", she said. The politician, who represents Dover in the House of Commons, was suspended by the Tory party late on Friday night.
  • Marines hospitalized in California E. Coli outbreak

    Marines hospitalized in California E. Coli outbreak

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    Samples were being sent for testing to a lab at the U.S. Army Public Health Command in San Antonio, Texas to try and determine what caused the outbreak. Officials called it a very serious concern. Tuesday, 302 recruits were reportedly undergoing treatment for E. Coli . They annually train 17,000 male recruits.
  • U.S. anti-Iran sanctions backfired: Shamkhani

    U.S. anti-Iran sanctions backfired: Shamkhani

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    The occasion this year followed the aggressive remarks of the U.S. President Donald Trump against Iran last month, who accused Iran and its Islamic Revolution Guards Corps of agitating regional instability and exporting violence. "All the governments confirm that the American president is a insane individual who is taking others toward the direction of suicide", Ali Shamkhani, secretary of the Supreme National Security Council, told a rally in Tehran, state media reported.