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More than 10,000 Ukrainians have died as a result of the military aggression in Donbas, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said speaking at the military parade in Kyiv on the occasion of Ukraine's Independence Day, APA reported citing Kyiv Post.
  • Turku Stabbing Attack Suspect Wanted to Join Daesh

    Turku Stabbing Attack Suspect Wanted to Join Daesh

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    Police shot the man in the leg and arrested him. Police in Turku, where the knife attack occurred, said they arrested two men on suspicion "of preparation of an offense to be committed with terrorist intent". Besides the security police, Nerg said that neither the central branch of the criminal police nor the Helsinki unit for hate speech crimes had been able to properly cope with incoming information.
  • NYS releases latest test score results for grades 3 - 8

    NYS releases latest test score results for grades 3 - 8

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    In Chautauqua County, 34 percent of students scored as proficient in math, while in 2016 the rate was 32 percent. The state Education Department said 39.8 percent of students in grades 3 through 8 were proficient in English language arts, compared with 37.9 percent in 2016.
  • Man jailed for trying to smuggle pipe bomb on to flight

    Man jailed for trying to smuggle pipe bomb on to flight

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    During his trial, the defendant then claimed he was not aware he had any explosive device in his luggage and that it must have been placed in his bag by an unknown third party. Judge Field said he had been "alarmed by some of the evidence". He said that had "put herself and fellow employees and members of public at risk". He then boarded another flight to Italy just five days later, and was only arrested upon his return to the United Kingdom via Manchester Airport following further ...
  • Qatar foreign minister spoke with Iran's FM

    Qatar foreign minister spoke with Iran's FM

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    The move comes after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic ties and transportation links with Qatar in June over its alleged support for terrorism, a charge that Doha denies. Now the tensions are made worse by changes in the oil industry and Iran's nuclear deal with the United States. "It is the latest example of falsified news invented by the countries placing an embargo on Qatar", said press office director Saif Al Thani in a statement.
  • Korea war games and how North might respond

    Korea war games and how North might respond

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    The Ulchi Freedom Guardian drills, which will run through August 31, will be the first large-scale military exercise between the allies since North Korea successfully flight-tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles in July and threatened to bracket Guam with intermediate range ballistic missile fire earlier this month.
  • HTC announces US$200 cut for Vive

    HTC announces US$200 cut for Vive

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    Breen said Ubisoft's Star Trek Bridge Crew has also helped elevate the VR gaming landscape this summer, and has been instrumental in growing Vive's gaming audience. In addition, customers will get a Viveport subscription, which is a service that lets users try five VR titles each month, akin to Netflix but for gaming.
  • UDF to scale up fight against minister KK Shylaja

    UDF to scale up fight against minister KK Shylaja

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    The Chief Minister's silence meant that the government was functioning in a feudal manner as stated by the court. Five MLAs who have been demanding minister K K Shylaja's resignation over mismanagement of admissions to private self-financing medical colleges were joined by other members of the opposition on Wednesday.
  • Driver in deadly Barcelona attack is fatally shot, police say

    Driver in deadly Barcelona attack is fatally shot, police say

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    A top Spanish police official says there were 12 members of the cell behind the attacks on pedestrians in Barcelona and Cambrils but none "had precedents that linked them to terrorism, including the imam". The plan fell through when they accidentally blew up the house in which they were planning the attacks, likely killing Essat. Earlier in the day, Spain asked the rest of Europe to join the hunt for Abouyaaqoub even as police revealed that he had also hijacked a vehicle and killed its ...
  • Rajasthan govt. recommends CBI probe into Bikaner land scams

    Rajasthan govt. recommends CBI probe into Bikaner land scams

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    Vadra said in his Facebook post that this action by the Rajasthan government is "another attempt of malicious persecution". First, Rajasthan police filed an FIR on August 26, 2014. "All the 18 FIRs are in connection with the purchase of close to 1,400 bighas of land using fake names". Terming the inquiry as "unfortunate", the Congress leader said that there was no point to send a CBI inquiry, four years after the closure of the case, with a clean chit to Vadra's company.
  • Senate hearing on the death of Kian delos Santos

    Senate hearing on the death of Kian delos Santos

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    Have there been reports that the trade on illegal drugs has been stopped or lessened? Last year, she dismissed as "absurd" the idea that she should head a Western alliance shaken by Donald Trump's USA election victory. Apart from vigilante-style attacks, some of the killed drug suspects' bodies have shown signs of torture. Aguirre retorted: "I sympathize with you, being the representative of Kabataan ay totoo po yang sinasabi ninyo".
  • Harvey Heading towards Texas: Latest Information and Track

    Harvey Heading towards Texas: Latest Information and Track

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    Partly to mostly sunny Monday through Wednesday, high in the high 90's. NEXT WEEK: As Tropical Storm Harvey approaches the Texas coast this weekend, it's likely that it's moisture will surge into our area next week. The prototype of the Storm Surge Watches and Warnings were used during Hurricane Matthew. With a warmer climate comes faster evaporation and a greater capacity for thunderstorms to produce epic deluges .
  • West Fargo Family's Legacy Lives On in New Drive Sober Campaign

    West Fargo Family's Legacy Lives On in New Drive Sober Campaign

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    Statistics also show during the 2015 Labor Day holiday period, 78 percent of drunk-driving crash fatalities occurred between 6 p.m. and 5:59 a.m. - as compared to half of all drunk-driving crash fatalities throughout the rest of the year. "Alcohol- or drug-impaired driving is not acceptable behavior". The Redwood City Police Department encourages holiday revelers to plan a sober ride home before heading out to festivities.
  • US Navy to sack fleet commander after USS John S McCain collision

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    An official Chinese newspaper said on Tuesday the USA navy's latest collision shows it is becoming an increasing risk to shipping in Asia despite its claims of helping to protect freedom of navigation. U.S. Pacific Fleet commander Adm. Scott Swift relieved Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin of his command. The McCain remains docked in Singapore for repairs. Navy officials have not confirmed details from an initial investigation which pointed to a possible loss of steering on the McCain, but they've ...
  • French leader to press labor rules in central Europe tour

    French leader to press labor rules in central Europe tour

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    Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern said Wednesday his country and the other three European Union members agreed in principle to reach an accord on reforming the European Union system of posted workers in October. Austrian chancellor Christian Kern (L) and French President Emmanuel Macron attend a meeting at the Congress palace in Salzburg, Austria, August 23, 2017.
  • Trump Aide's Email Under Scrutiny in Russia Probe

    Trump Aide's Email Under Scrutiny in Russia Probe

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    US intelligence agencies believe him to be a top spy recruiter, CNN reported in March, a claim both Kislyak and the Russian Foreign Ministry have denied . Sessions, who was involved in Trump's campaign for president, has removed himself from the Justice Department probe into allegations of links between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, citing conflicts of interest and appointing special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
  • 25 pounds of meth seized, 13-year-old driver arrested

    25 pounds of meth seized, 13-year-old driver arrested

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    The 13-year-old driver, 22-year-old German Michel-Arreola and 19-year-old Irene Michel-Arreola, all from Los Angeles, now face multiple drug charges. A Mesa County Sheriff deputy, who is also with the Western Colorado Drug Task Force, stopped the vehicle on Tuesday morning near mile post 13 in Fruita.
  • Army suspends drill sergeants at Fort Benning amid sexual assault allegations

    Army suspends drill sergeants at Fort Benning amid sexual assault allegations

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    One or more of the drill sergeants from the southwest Georgia military base made what Army officials have referred to as "inappropriate contact" with the trainees, but the contact was not specified. An Army drill sergeant at Missouri's Fort Leonard was convicted of sexually assaulting a dozen female trainees, with the investigation revealing that some of Staff Sgt.
  • SC's Graham hits Trump again on KKK, Nazi misstep

    SC's Graham hits Trump again on KKK, Nazi misstep

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    The survey found that 13 percent of Republicans and 17 percent of respondents supporting President Donald Trump deemed neo-Nazi views as acceptable. Among Hispanic voters, 47 percent support removing statues, with 42 percent opposed. Almost two-thirds of American voters believe President Donald Trump is doing more to divide the country than he is to unite it, according to a new poll released Wednesday.
  • Police fire pepper spray to disperse protesters in Phoenix

    Police fire pepper spray to disperse protesters in Phoenix

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    Outside the Phoenix convention center, shouting matches and minor scuffles erupted between Trump supporters and protesters gathered near the site of his latest campaign rally. "Fight and to win". Trump didn't have to say McCain's name to remind those in the crowd that their senator voted no. "I'll make a prediction: I think he's going to be just fine , okay?" Trump said he had a message for "obstructionist" Democrats .