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A lawyer for Handler said she is cooperating fully with the investigation and denies the allegations. Additionally, the police have arrested Elovitch's wife, Iris, and his son, Or, and the CEO of Bezeq, Stella Handler. Mr. Netanyahu was already embattled, after the police recommended a week ago that he be prosecuted for accepting what they said were almost $300,000 in bribes from wealthy businessmen seeking government favors.
  • FBI was warned about school shooting threat from YouTube user

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    According to BuzzFeed , a MS bail bondsman who runs a YouTube channel saw the concerning comment on one of his videos. "I would like to think they were already investigating this guy, and they had him on the top of their radar, and that is how they ended up contacted me so quickly", said Bennight .
  • Voters in the Indian state of Tripura head to the polls

    Voters in the Indian state of Tripura head to the polls

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    The number of third gender voters is 11. Voting began at 7am Tripura time, and will continue till 4pm. Voting in Charilam assembly constituency will be held on March 12 due to the death of CPI (M) candidate for the seat, Ramendra Narayan Deb Barma, five days ago.
  • Tragic homecoming for slain Ilongga after years of working overseas

    Tragic homecoming for slain Ilongga after years of working overseas

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    BREAKDOWN. Jessica Demafelis breaks down upon the arrival of the crate containing her sister, OFW Joanna Demafelis, at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport cargo area on February 16, 2018. "It is the work of OWWA to make sure that the family receives this lasting legacy from the deceased OFW", he said. Earlier, it has been reported that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte will visit the wake of the victim.
  • Florida Shooting Sparks Nationwide Call for Gun Reform

    Florida Shooting Sparks Nationwide Call for Gun Reform

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    Mr Trump has tweeted about the shooting , sending "prayers and condolences". The Network for Public Education and the American Federation of Teachers has called on students, teachers and administrators to organise sit-ins, walkouts and other acts of protest on April 20, the anniversary of the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado.
  • Florida school shooting survivors call for strict gun laws

    Florida school shooting survivors call for strict gun laws

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    Many of those shootings, including the deaths of 20 first-graders and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut in 2012, led to a push for new gun laws, but those efforts stalled in Congress. "Because of these gun laws, people I love have died", said Delaney Tarr, a 17-year-old student. The DCF concluded that Cruz had not been mistreated by his mother, was receiving adequate care from a mental health counselor and was attending school.
  • Landscape Under Portrait: Picasso Masterpiece Reveals Its Mystery

    Landscape Under Portrait: Picasso Masterpiece Reveals Its Mystery

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    The researchers also discovered that Picasso had initially painted the "crouching woman" with a right arm and hand holding a disk but later covered them up with a cloak in the finished piece. Brummel said , "It helps to date the painting and it also helps to determine where the painting was made". " La Miséreuse accroupie " is one of his more realistic works, depicting a woman wearing a blue dress and green cloak, crouched against a blue-gray background.
  • Bihar Board Exams: 1000 Class 12 students expelled for cheating

    Bihar Board Exams: 1000 Class 12 students expelled for cheating

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    The Bihar Board Matric (Class 10) examination is all set to start from Wednesday, February 21, 2018. "Such advisories, disallowing [the] wearing of shoes and socks has been issued in the past for competitive examinations in the state". "The board chose to adopt the practice from this year", BSEB Chairman Anand Kishore said. He further claimed that this year exams have been conducted in a fair manner and mass cheating in the Bihar Board exams is now a thing of past.
  • BJP announces candidates for three by-polls in UP, Bihar

    BJP announces candidates for three by-polls in UP, Bihar

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    At a news conference on Sunday, Akhilesh said his party would expose the lies of the Central and State government during the poll campaign to nail the BJP. However, we will contest on our strengths, and emerge victorious. Speaking to reporters here, Akhilesh, who was flanked by Sanjay Nishad and Peace Party president Ayyub, exuded confidence that his party would win both Phulpur and Gorakhpur seats, where bypolls are slated for March 11.
  • Ramaphosa pledges a new dawn for SA

    Ramaphosa pledges a new dawn for SA

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    With Zuma's departure, the challenge now falls to the newly sworn-in President Ramaphosa to navigate South Africa's ship of state safely out of the choppy waters into which it has been steered. During Sona, Ramaphosa said government will initiate a process to review the configuration, number and size of national government departments. "We are continuing the long walk he began, to build a society in which all may be free, in which all may be equal before the law and in which all may share ...
  • Theresa May to woo parents with pledge to tackle university fees

    Theresa May to woo parents with pledge to tackle university fees

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    Now the cost of degree courses are uniform across subjects but under new plans arts and social science degrees could be cheaper than more intensive subjects. Labour's shadow education secretary, Angela Rayner, has called for education services, in further and higher education, to be free at the point of delivery.
  • Celebrating the meaning of Presidents' Day

    Celebrating the meaning of Presidents' Day

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    This Monday, we celebrate President's day. Martin Luther King Jr . That schools and many businesses are taking today off can be credited to the holiday's conforming to the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which in 1968 combined most holidays into a standard three-day package.
  • Oxfam - Haiti Investigation Report (2011)

    Oxfam - Haiti Investigation Report (2011)

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    Two more were dismissed for bullying and intimidation - one of whom also downloaded pornography - and another man was sacked for failing to protect staff. Publication of the report comes as Oxfam seeks to draw a line under the scandal. "And demonstrates what it has to do to fix not just its reputation around the world but also the safeguarding that needs to continue in future to make sure that it has the most rigorous form of staff protocols in place to protect those very people that it ...
  • Israel Successfully Accomplished Postponed Arrow 3 Test

    Israel Successfully Accomplished Postponed Arrow 3 Test

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    The launch was held in the central part of Israel under the leadership of Israel Aerospace Industries and Israeli Air Force. "Last night at 02.30 [00.30 GMT], the Israeli Defense Ministry together with the US Department of Defense conducted a successful test of the Hetz 3 anti-missile system created to intercept ballistic missiles above the atmosphere", the ministry said.
  • Much Warmer To Start The Work Week

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    Sunday will remain mild and cloudy with a chance for showers. Expect showers to roll into central IN between 2am-4am, and continue to fill IN across the state as we approach daybreak. TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with isolated rain. We'll have rain on and off through the afternoon tomorrow and could see near an inch of rain with this first round of rain.
  • Family Hosting Florida Shooter Opens Up About the 'Monster' Under Their Roof

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    Kimberly and James Snead will be live in the NY studio for their first TV interview, ABC News said Sunday afternoon. "We had this monster living with us under our roof and we didn't know", Kimberly told South Florida Sun Sentinial . The couple had told Cruz he needed permission to use his guns. On Wednesday morning, Cruz told them he didn't need a ride to school: "It's Valentine's Day and I don't go to school on Valentine's Day", he said.
  • USA to work with Turkey in Syria

    USA to work with Turkey in Syria

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    An adviser to the Kurdish administration told Reuters Syrian troops might be at the border in two days. "We can cooperate with any side that lends us a helping hand in light of the barbaric crimes and the worldwide silence", Jia Kurd said .
  • 'Too early' for North Korea summit: Moon

    'Too early' for North Korea summit: Moon

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    South Korean government officials have offered assurances that their joint military exercises with the USA, which were pre-empted by the Winter Olympic Games, will proceed despite North Korea's recent efforts to rebuild ties with Seoul by inviting President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang.
  • Calls for gun control grow louder after Florida shooting

    Calls for gun control grow louder after Florida shooting

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    After the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fl. The suspect in the case, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz , is facing 17 counts of murder in the shooting. Federal Bureau of Investigation director Christopher Wray, who is now facing calls from Republicans to resign, said: "We have spoken with victims and families, and deeply regret the additional pain this causes all those affected by this horrific tragedy".
  • GOP donor to withold money to Republicans until they support gun control

    GOP donor to withold money to Republicans until they support gun control

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    In an interview with The New York Times , Hoffman, who also served as us ambassador to Portugal between 2005 and 2007 after raising millions for then-President George W. Hoffman said he'd stop contributing to Scott unless he backed regulations on assault weapons. "If we go from Orlando to Las Vegas, and now Parkland, you just have to know that there are others around the country just dreaming about staging another mass murder", Hoffman warned.