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Moon noted that the 2015 deal was not only against the worldwide community's universal principle of resolving historical issues, but also a political agreement excluding the victims and ordinary South Koreans. Shipping data in Thomson Reuters Eikon showed that China will become the world's second-biggest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) this year as it overtakes South Korea.
  • Andrew Cuomo is waging an all-out assault on the GOP tax law

    Andrew Cuomo is waging an all-out assault on the GOP tax law

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    The tax law will take effect on Monday. NY would join several other states banning so-called school "lunch shaming" under legislation proposed by Gov. "We're doing this to circumvent the bill the president just signed?" "You can change the tax code but can't penalize my state because of its political affiliation", said Cuomo.
  • Met Office warns of snow in Northumberland on Friday

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    The third, meanwhile, affects every county in Leinster apart from Wexford, as well as three counties in Ulster and Munster and one in Connacht and is in effect until 9am on Friday. A band of cloud with patchy rain, sleet and snow will extend from the west and southwest during the day, with highest temperatures only 1C to 5C degrees.
  • Steelers to rest Roethlisberger and Bell against Browns

    Steelers to rest Roethlisberger and Bell against Browns

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    The Steelers (12-3) wrapped up the AFC North for the second straight season and third time in the last four years a few weeks ago. The biggest decision, which coach Mike Tomlin said would be a topic of discussion this week, is whether to sit some of his key players against the Browns .
  • Obama named most admired man in US Gallup poll

    Obama named most admired man in US Gallup poll

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    Seventeen percent of respondents said Obama was the man they admired the most compared to 14 percent of those surveyed who named Trump. Read the full USA Today article . Arizona Sen. John McCain, billionaire inventor Elon Musk, and the Rev Billy Graham, all acquired two percent. Former first lady Michelle Obama came in second in 2017 with 7 percent of those surveyed choosing her as the woman they admire most, Gallup said.
  • Sex offender with Riverside victims arrested by Border Patrol

    Sex offender with Riverside victims arrested by Border Patrol

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    Wellton Station Border Patrol agents patrolling near Gila Bend Wednesday arrested three undocumented immigrants from Mexico. Officials say 20-year-old Sandra Hiraj has an outstanding arrest warrant in connection with the 2015 murder of a police officer in the eastern European country.
  • Decision to charge police officer who shot Justine Damond delayed

    Decision to charge police officer who shot Justine Damond delayed

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    However in a statement on his website Thursday, he said there is "more information and evidence" that needs to be investigated. He says he won't rush things. "I have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, the moment he shot the gun he feared for his life", Freeman said in video comments posted by the Star-Tribune newspaper.
  • 17-year-old left bloodied after encounter with Alabama police

    17-year-old left bloodied after encounter with Alabama police

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    After apprehending Ulysses, Troy police say, "he resisted arrest and refused to comply with commands from the officers to place his hands behind his back". It's being reported that some officers in the incident did not have body cams while one officer did but didn't turn on the device. The completed investigation will be turned over to Pike County District Attorney Tom Anderson to be presented to a grand jury.
  • Driver suffered medical emergency in Seattle crash

    Driver suffered medical emergency in Seattle crash

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    The Seattle Fire Department tweeted that medics took four patients to the hospital. A shuttle van plowed down a busy sidewalk Thursday in the heart of Seattle's downtown retail district and crashed into the front of the Gap store, injuring six people, KOMO News reports.
  • Malta: Plane blown into airport building by strong winds

    Malta: Plane blown into airport building by strong winds

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    Photos show the Dassault Falcon 7X that plunged through a fence onto a road and into an office owned by the Poldiano Group, a Maltese construction firm. "It seems like it was the result of the strong winds", Jean Paul Sammut, a representative for the Polidano Group , told the Times of Malta. Dramatic pictures show the Dassualt Falcon 7X with its nose buried in a wall at Malta International Airport.
  • Will an ex-footballer become Liberia's next president?

    Will an ex-footballer become Liberia's next president?

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    Weah is set to replace Africa's first female head of state, economist and Nobel Peace Prize victor Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and see the West African nation, founded by freed American slaves, hand over power from one democratically elected government to another.
  • Driver suspected of shooting at police flips SUV on I-95

    Driver suspected of shooting at police flips SUV on I-95

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    A short time later, the SUV suddenly stopped in the center lane at mile marker 138, leaned out of the window and fired several rounds at the trooper. The trooper then slammed on the brakes and was hit by a driver, who was rear-ended by another driver, WTVR reported .
  • Local mom voices concern over unclear future of children's health insurance program

    Local mom voices concern over unclear future of children's health insurance program

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    It provides insurance coverage for 84,000 children up to age 19. Senate Republicans are working on two bills to help curb the rising plan costs and ensure future funding of Obamacare. "Maybe those families they have a little more money than will allow them to qualify for Wyoming Medicaid ", said Deti, "but they may have trouble affording private insurance for their children".
  • DeAndre Hopkins to miss first game of career

    DeAndre Hopkins to miss first game of career

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    DeAndre Hopkins' streak of 79 consecutive games will likely come to an end this weekend. Hopkins also missed Wednesday's walk-through. Hopkins will finish the year with 96 catches, 1,378 yards and a career-high 13 touchdowns. Hopkins accomplished this playing with three different starting quarterbacks and a cavalcade of complementary receivers who bounced in and out of the Texans lineup.
  • First Responder Network Authority

    First Responder Network Authority

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    Cuomo today announced that NY will join the FirstNet First Responder Network - a nationwide, high speed, wireless broadband network that was created exclusively for first responders and the public safety community. "First responders will never be unable to access the network ever again". Roger Wicker publicly rebuked federal telecommunications officials at a hearing for abandoning their investment in a broadband project in the state.
  • Neighbors: teen accused in Reston slayings mowed swastika in grass

    Neighbors: teen accused in Reston slayings mowed swastika in grass

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    With that, the neighbors didn't phone the police, but it's a decision that some of them now regret. A Lorton teen who has been charged with the December 22 murder of a couple in Reston may have acted in response to their efforts to get their daughter to break up with him over his alleged white supremacist beliefs, according to a Washington Post report .
  • MSU students die in Kansas crash the morning after Christmas, troopers say

    MSU students die in Kansas crash the morning after Christmas, troopers say

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    The Dodge fell about 25 feet. Two semi drivers were killed when their vehicles collided in Greenwood County early Thursday morning. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol report, Lisa A. They were not wearing seat belts, according to the KHP. According to Trooper Ben Gardner, the westbound lanes of the highway were affected as emergency crews worked the crash.
  • AG sues EPA to protect RI from out of state air pollution

    AG sues EPA to protect RI from out of state air pollution

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    Schneiderman said the EPA's own studies demonstrate that pollution from states upwind of NY contributes substantially to the state's harmful levels of smog. The downwinders argued that the Appalachian and Rust Belt states were enjoying the profits of producing cheap energy with lax pollution controls, while their northeastern counterparts were being made to suffer the consequences.
  • Another Blast of Arctic Air Will Arrive For The New Year

    Another Blast of Arctic Air Will Arrive For The New Year

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    The south winds will be associated with a weak weather system that will cross the area. That addition of some extra sunshine will help give temperatures a better chance of breaking into the teens. Wind chills will remain below zero through the day. Any little breeze could push the wind chill below zero - that's when I start calling it "dangerous" cold given the threat of frostbite and hypothermia.
  • Cops run into burning vehicle to rescue teens

    Cops run into burning vehicle to rescue teens

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    We knew that we had to get those kids out because of the fire. But the two "Nicks", both only 23-years-old, say that it's not about the recognition and that officers across America are out there doing their jobs, just like they were. A third teen who was in the burning vehicle had been able to escape on his own. The teens were taken to the hospital and treated for their injuries, but told the officers they couldn't remember any details of the crash.