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Her body was located on November 29 outside a construction site near Church and Dundonald streets. "Strangulation is a narrow term and neck compression is a broad term", Cheryl Mahyr of the Office of the Chief Coroner and Ontario Forensic Pathology Service explained.
  • Time announces Person of the Year finalists, including Trump and Kaepernick

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    Trump was recognized by the magazine in 2016, and German chancellor Angela Merkel was its 2015 recipient. The year before that, 2014, the Person of the Year were the Ebola fighters. A number of other players have since joined the movement by taking a knee during the national anthem. He became a free agent in March and has yet to sign with an National Football League team this season, prompting him to file a collusion grievance against National Football League owners.
  • Strong Santa Ana event ahead for SoCal, extreme fire danger

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    The dry air and hurricane-force winds were expected to create "critical fire conditions" in the area starting Sunday evening, and the forecasts indicated the region could see Red Flag Warnings up through the next four nights and days. Like the fire department, the county's energy utility will also increase staffing throughout the week. City firefighters were waiting to see how the windstorm would unfold, and a spokeswoman said humidity levels would have to drop below a certain level before ...
  • 18-Year-Old Confesses To Molesting 'Upwards Of 50 Children' In California

    18-Year-Old Confesses To Molesting 'Upwards Of 50 Children' In California

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    Joseph Hayden Boston, an 18 year-old boy, confessed to having sexually assaulted "upwards of 50 children" in different locations since he was 10 years old, Railsback said in a statement . The open confession rattled investigators, who spent the weekend retracing Boston's tracks over almost half his life, looking for a trail of young victims, police said.
  • One soldier martyred, two terrorists killed in JK's Qazigund

    One soldier martyred, two terrorists killed in JK's Qazigund

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    On being chased by the road opening party, the militants took shelter in an empty building in the area. Two soldiers sustained injuries in the attack. Army confirmed the attack and said that a soldier was injured in the attack. In another gunfight that erupted in Sagipora village of Sopore area in Baramulla district last Thursday, one militant was killed and a para-commando of the army was injured.
  • Nominations filed for TN bypoll

    Nominations filed for TN bypoll

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    He has announced that he will be contesting the R.K. Nagar bypoll. This is to inform everyone that I have chose to contest in the upcoming election to be held in RK Nagar. Vishal Files Nomination For RK Nagar By-Election :- Tamil actor Vishal is one of the finest actors in Tollywood and Kollywood. Besides opposition DMK, ruling AIADMK's E Madhusudhanan and the party's sidelined leader T T V Dhinakaran are contesting for the prestigious seat.
  • Gay Aussie MP proposes to boyfriend in parliament

    Gay Aussie MP proposes to boyfriend in parliament

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    Wilson became the first ever member to propose marriage from the floor of the house. Tim Wilson, a Liberal MP, fought back tears as he popped the question to boyfriend Ryan Bolger in the country's House of Representatives. "On informing one person of our news, they responded 'why bother?'" She told her fellow politicians: "When Bob retired, in 2012, I said to him: 'Bob, I'm really sorry that we weren't able to reverse that terrible law before your time was up'".
  • Qatar foreign minister joins GCC peers in Kuwait meeting

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    Speaking at a forum yesterday, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said Qatar's leader had accepted the invitation to attend, amid the region's worst political crisis in years. Kuwait has completed preparations for hosting the 38th Gulf Cooperation Council Summit, which is scheduled to take place on December 5 and 6, after overcoming several obstacles in light of the current Gulf crisis.
  • Obama to Trump: 'Think Before You Tweet'

    Obama to Trump: 'Think Before You Tweet'

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    While praising Mr. Modi for his work on Climate Change and the Paris accords, Mr. Obama credited the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for modernising the Indian economy, saying they had been "also great friends". Never tweet from bed. During a five-day trip, Obama will mix paid speeches with foreign leader meetings and even a town hall event for young people, the signature event that Obama became known for around the world during his eight years in office.
  • Ramaphosa wins Gauteng ANC nomination in landslide victory at PGC

    Ramaphosa wins Gauteng ANC nomination in landslide victory at PGC

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    The province also nominated 250 names it wished to see make up the party's national executive committee, the additional members included Mondli Gungubele, Carl Niehaus, former Johannesburg mayor Parks Tau, former Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa, Zingiswa Losi, Humphrey Mmemezi Matthews Phosa, former president Kgalema Motlanthe and disgraced former Emfuleni mayor Simon Mofokeng.
  • Trump fully endorses Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore

    Trump fully endorses Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore

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    Democrat John Conyers, a celebrated civil rights leader who is the longest-serving member of Congress, announced he was stepping down from a leadership position last month as he battles harassment claims from members of his staff. But Trump in recent days has raised doubts about the allegations against Moore, and he has agreed to headline a campaign-style rally in Pensacola, Florida - less than 20 miles from the Alabama border - just four days before the Alabama election.
  • Arctic cold snap to bring snow and 60mph winds next week

    Arctic cold snap to bring snow and 60mph winds next week

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    Met Office meteorologist Charles Powell warned it could be even colder than last week, with northerly gales blasting the UK. "This cold and windy weather is likely to stay in place for a time, perhaps with some brief milder interludes in the south, with frontal systems bringing a mix of rain sleet and snow", the Met Office confirmed.
  • South Korea War Games Start In Korean Peninsula

    South Korea War Games Start In Korean Peninsula

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    Six US Air Force F-22 Raptors, Washington's top-of-the-line stealth fighters, arrived in South Korea on Saturday to participate in the Vigilant Ace 18 air combat exercise, an annual US-South Korea drill the US Air Force says is created to boost the "combat effectiveness" of the alliance.
  • Catalan politicians seek jail release as four face Brussels extradition hearing

    Catalan politicians seek jail release as four face Brussels extradition hearing

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    The five ex-leaders targeted by a European arrest warrant (EAW), who fled to Belgium on 30 October, denounced through their Belgian lawyers a "political trial". A Spanish Supreme Court judge ordered the release of six jailed Catalan politicians Monday, but upheld the continued detention of two separatist activists and two other former members of the regional government, including the vice president.
  • FIFA draws the groups for the 2018 World Cup Russia

    FIFA draws the groups for the 2018 World Cup Russia

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    Mexico have been eliminated in the round of 16 at six straight World Cups. "I have to try and get a team from what we have in the squad". "I am sure that the forthcoming World Cup will be a huge factor in the development of the sport both in the Russian regions and throughout the whole world".
  • Driver Charged In Stabbing, Deadly Hit-And-Run In Queens

    Driver Charged In Stabbing, Deadly Hit-And-Run In Queens

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    Police stand next to a victim in a body bag following an incident, on Sun., Dec. 3, 2017, in the Queens borough of NY. Police are searching for a driver who struck at least four people in New York City , killing one and injuring three. Harry was arrested after arriving at a hospital for treatment of minor injuries, and being spotted by one of the victims, police sources said. The other people struck and the two people stabbed were in stable condition.
  • Mayor of London parties with A-listers; terms Katrina British Bollywood superstar

    Mayor of London parties with A-listers; terms Katrina British Bollywood superstar

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    The six-day trip involves visiting Mumbai , Amritsar, Delhi , Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. From Sachin Tendulkar to Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan , the entire Bollywood celebs were at the event. #LondonIsOpen", he wrote about Sachin. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil actor, Ranbir Kapoor met the mayor when he visited QPR South Mumbai Junior Soccer Challenge, which is co-owned by Ranbir.
  • Airline says, crew saw North Korean missile from plane

    Airline says, crew saw North Korean missile from plane

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    Staff on a Cathay Pacific flight said they observed "what is suspected to be the re-entry" of the projectile over Japan last Wednesday. The passenger aircraft was flying from San Francisco to Hong Kong. At the time of the splashdown, the flight was about 60 to 70 miles (95 to 112 kilometers) north of where the missile landed, according to a review of the data.
  • India doctors fired for incorrectly declaring newborn dead

    India doctors fired for incorrectly declaring newborn dead

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    Max Healthcare has chose to take a strict action against the doctors also, terminated both of them from their services. The controversy over declaring twins dead when one of the infant was very much alive has finally claimed the jobs of two of the doctors from the Max Hospital.
  • Student Utters 'Allah' in Class, Teacher Calls Police in Houston

    Student Utters 'Allah' in Class, Teacher Calls Police in Houston

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    Maher also said that the substitute teacher told the police that Mohammad could speak. 'This is so stupid, it's discrimination. "It's not implied discrimination, it's a hundred per cent discrimination", the father said. "The last three or four weeks have been the hardest of my life", Maher told the news channel. The CPS investigation remains open. "Even my wife, kids were crying.a few days ago and I told them, 'Okay, everything is fine'".
  • Eight arrests over murder of Malta blogger

    Eight arrests over murder of Malta blogger

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    Just before her death, Ms Caruana Galizia, 53, had posted on her closely followed blog, Running Commentary, that there were "crooks everywhere" in Malta. Caruana Galizia's death comes four months after Prime Minister Joseph Muscat's Labour Party won a resounding victory in a general election he called early as a result of scandals to which Caruana Galizia's allegations were central.