• Toronto murders: police examine hundreds of cases for serial killer link

    Toronto murders: police examine hundreds of cases for serial killer link

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    Homicide Det. Sgt. Hank Idsinga said that the remains of six individuals have now been recovered from a residential property where Bruce McArthur, a 66-year-old self-employed landscaper, had worked. All of the body parts were discovered in planters at a home. Using ground penetrating radar and canine units, police identified an area of the yard where the earth had been disturbed and set to thawing the frozen ground using a tent and large heaters.
  • Merkel clinches hard-fought deal on new government

    Merkel clinches hard-fought deal on new government

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    Many of Merkel's deals have infuriated her Christian Democrat party. "There is very little enthusiasm in the party over the loss of ministries", Daniel Günther, the regional prime minister of Schleswig-Holstein said. Merkel now leads a caretaker government, which isn't in a position to launch major initiatives or play any significant role in the debate on the European Union's future, led so far by French President Emmanuel Macron.
  • US Congress to vote on long-term budget deal, averting shutdown

    US Congress to vote on long-term budget deal, averting shutdown

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    Democrats had been demanding "parity" as part of the deal, meaning that domestic spending gets the same increase the defense spending gets as part of any deal. The House's top Democrat swung out against the latest plan. "The budget doesn't have everything Republicans want, or what Democrats want, but it has a great deal of what the American people want".
  • Chuck Schumer Called For Military Parade In 2014

    Chuck Schumer Called For Military Parade In 2014

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    The last time the USA held a military parade in Washington , D.C., was on June 1991 in celebration of America's victory in the first Gulf War, CBS News reported . One option under consideration is for a parade on November 11 - which would be the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. And presidential historian Michael Beschloss noted President Dwight Eisenhower, the victorious European commander in World War II, vetoed military parades in his White House years.
  • Schmidt Rings The Changes For Italian Clash

    Schmidt Rings The Changes For Italian Clash

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    Schmidt has named the 20-year-old on the bench for Saturday's NatWest 6 Nations clash against Italy in Dublin. He takes over from 31-year-old Leinster team-mate Fergus McFadden as Schmidt shakes up his pack and replacements in a bid to break Ireland's try duck in the Championship after their 15-13 win over France in Paris last Saturday.
  • CNN gives airtime to a literal Nazi

    CNN gives airtime to a literal Nazi

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    Jones countered "well I do not belong to any formal National Socialist organization anymore and I haven't belonged to one since about 1990, okay". That, or you didn't immediately click on links to articles discussing said district's likely GOP nominee , Jones - a man who just so happens to be a Holocaust denier and a literal Nazi .
  • 'Worst ID sketch ever' leads police to suspect

    'Worst ID sketch ever' leads police to suspect

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    He reportedly fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Despite releasing a ridiculously bad hand-drawn portrait of a suspect, police in Pennsylvania believe they got their man. Lancaster City Police have identified the suspect as Hung Pouoc Nguyen, 44, of Lancaster. An arrest warrant was later issued - but he remains on the run.
  • Are you in favor of a U.S. military parade?

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    Trump reminisced about watching France's Bastille Day military parade when he visited Paris in July. "Now as military operations in Afghanistan draw to a close, some are calling for the Ticker Tape Parade to honor those who fought in the war on terror", a reporter explained in a video posted to YouTube.
  • Bush: 'Pretty Clear Evidence' Russians Meddled In 2016

    Bush: 'Pretty Clear Evidence' Russians Meddled In 2016

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    President Donald Trump has repeatedly dismissed intelligence reports of Russian meddling in the election as fake news, a hoax and made-up. Trump said in November he's "with our agencies" on their assessment, but added he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin "feels that he and Russia did not meddle in the election".
  • North Korean cheerleading 'army of beauties' arrives at Olympics

    North Korean cheerleading 'army of beauties' arrives at Olympics

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    South Korea has been invaded by a North Korean army - an "army of beauties". It's a drastic change of pace from 2017 where the rouge nation routinely broke global laws with their missile tests. Kim Yo Jong was blacklisted past year by the U.S. Treasury Department over human rights abuses and censorship. The Vice President will reaffirm to the leaders of Japan and South Korea the United States' unwavering commitment to our allies and to deter and defend against the North Korean threat.
  • Iran warns Samsung over Olympic smartphone snub

    Iran warns Samsung over Olympic smartphone snub

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    The comments, carried by the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), were reportedly issued in response to "rambling" remarks by USA officials. Pence is pushing South Korea to adopt a more hawkish stance toward the North and warning against North Korean "propaganda" efforts at the games.
  • Ashley Graham's new swimwear campaign features her 52-year-old mum

    Ashley Graham's new swimwear campaign features her 52-year-old mum

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    There, Graham and her 53-year-old mom modeled several colorful looks from the Resort 2018 collection alongside camels and sand dunes. "My mom has been my role model since childhood and has played a vital role in developing my confidence", said Graham in a release for her fifth collection for Swimsuits for All.
  • Here's a look at the 2018 Winter Olympic events that begin today

    Here's a look at the 2018 Winter Olympic events that begin today

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    Welcoming Vice President Mike Pence to the Blue House, South Korean President Moon Jae-in is highlighting the visit of senior North Korean officials to the Winter Olympic games , calling them "Olympic Games of peace". The isolated country, in previous military parades , had displayed newly-developed weapons such as missiles to show off its military might, the Yonhap news agency reported.
  • Charges laid in fatal highway crash

    Charges laid in fatal highway crash

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    Kerry Schmidt in a video posted on Twitter. A bail hearing was set for later Thursday morning. The fatal crash victim was identified as Nicole Turcotte, a 22-year-old woman from Niagara Falls. Brandy Sommer Wood, Turcotte's cousin, said the family will never recover from the loss of their "young and beautiful" Turcotte. "She was loved", Sommer Wood said of her cousin.
  • Republican Senate Leader McConnell Announces US Budget Deal

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    The almost $400 billion deal does not include Trump's $25 billion request for a wall on the southern US border, though "it also doesn't rule out" the financing, a top Republican Senate aide told Newsmax . "After months of legislative logjams, this budget deal is a genuine breakthrough ", said Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) from the Senate floor. Charles Schumer says a bipartisan agreement he reached today on a two-year federal budget will provide a significant spending boost to Fort Drum , VA ...
  • North Korea not willing to meet United States officials at Olympics

    North Korea not willing to meet United States officials at Olympics

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    Jo Yong Sam, department director general of North Korea's foreign ministry, said on Thursday the country had never "begged the USA for dialogue" and wasn't about to start now. "Vice President Pence is quite capable of making the call on that there while he's in (South) Korea", Mr Mattis told reporters when asked if he supports any kind of meeting or communication between the two sides during the Pyeongchang Olympics.