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Logging quotas to 2021 had already been reached and in one part of the forest an expanded quota declared illegal by the European Commission , had been more than half fulfilled despite an injunction, official forestry data shows. "We hope that [Environment] Minister [Henryk] Kowalczyk.will put an end to the destructive policy of his predecessor and grant the whole of Bialowieza Forest national park status".
  • Miami Beach Pro-Trump Dating Site Excludes LGBT People

    Miami Beach Pro-Trump Dating Site Excludes LGBT People

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    State records show William Riddleberger was convicted in 1995 on the charge stemming from filming sex with a 15-year-old girl. "We're wrecking the dating game and giving like-minded Americans a chance to meet without the awkwardness that comes with the first conversation about politics", reads the description on the dating site's page.
  • Gun laws don't fit the times

    Gun laws don't fit the times

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    Since Donald Trump was sworn in, our country has suffered it's deadliest shooting in modern history , the deadliest house of worship shooting, and now the deadliest high school shooting. But for the most part, the weapons being used in these slaughters would represent extreme overkill for any of those legal pursuits. They serve only one objective - to kill a lot of people as quickly as possible.
  • Shadowed by Congress, BJP leading in 37 municipalities in Gujarat

    Shadowed by Congress, BJP leading in 37 municipalities in Gujarat

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    On February 17, seventy four municipalities went to the polls. BJP won Jafarabad municipality unopposed. Voting for the 75 municipalities was held last Saturday and the results were declared on Monday. BJP had lost the Assembly elections of 2017 from Vadnagar in wake of Patel quota stir. As per early numbers, BJP remained way ahead of the Congress in the Gujarat bypolls.
  • Threats made at schools in Green, Akron and Willoughby

    Threats made at schools in Green, Akron and Willoughby

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    Joseph school superintendent Ann Cardon has confirmed that the student making threats has been identified and will not be in school on Tuesday. A 15-year-old Dothan High School student was arrested and jailed Friday after he threatened to "shoot up the school".
  • Volcano eruption shoots up 5000 meters high hot cloud of ash

    Volcano eruption shoots up 5000 meters high hot cloud of ash

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    No casualties were reported so far, and the agency did not recommend new evacuation and or extension of no-go zone, it said. Officials have distributed facemasks and urged local residents to stay indoors to avoid respiratory problems, said local disaster mitigation agency official Nata Nail Peranginangin.
  • Kasich: 'No confidence' Congress will address guns

    Kasich: 'No confidence' Congress will address guns

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    Kasich said. "I'm supposed to have some responsibility as they are at the gun show, and they should exercise that responsibility". "Common sense guns laws make sense", Kasich said, citing measures such as increased background checks or restricting sales of weapons such as the AR-15, which was used by gunman Nikolas Cruz in Wednesday's attack, according to police.
  • Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash

    Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash

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    However, Delhi CM Kejriwal's office denied the reports of assaults and said the chief secretary is acting at the behest of the BJP. The Chief Secretary yesterday alleged that he was manhandled at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence by two lawmakers of the ruling AAP - Ajay Dutt and Prakash Jarwal.
  • United States vows to probe Syria attack involving Russians

    United States vows to probe Syria attack involving Russians

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    The coalition claimed that it carried out airstrikes against "Syrian pro-regime forces" that launched an "unprovoked attack" on Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces' headquarters and killed an estimated 100 militia. " Don't ask me. I don't know". Moscow on Tuesday said dozens of Russian citizens were injured after a us drone attack this month in eastern Syria , amid mounting reports of casualties among Russian nationals in the country.
  • All eyes on Brown as Ontario legislature resumes ahead of spring election

    All eyes on Brown as Ontario legislature resumes ahead of spring election

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    Brown stepped down as leader of the PC party last month following a report by CTV News in which two women accused Brown of sexual misconduct. Brown has denied the allegations and has since said he will be suing the news organization. "He's going to cut back on income taxes, he cares about mental health, he cares about families". He said he's received a lot of positive feedback over his endorsement of Patrick Brown for PC leader.
  • Abbas calls for Mideast peace conference in rare United Nations speech

    Abbas calls for Mideast peace conference in rare United Nations speech

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    President Donald Trump's decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem infuriated the Palestinians who declared that the United States could no longer play a role as lead mediator in the Middle East peace process. Israel, which often accuses both the European Union and the United Nations of bias against it, would be reluctant to accept any other mediator than the US.
  • Dallas Leader Calls On NRA To Scrap Meeting There

    Dallas Leader Calls On NRA To Scrap Meeting There

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    Andrew Arulanandam , the NRA's managing director of public affairs, told News 8 the group is ready to return to Texas for the first time since they hosted their annual convention in Houston in 2013. "No politician anywhere can tell the NRA not to come to their city", Arulanandam told WFAA-TV. He added that " Dallas , like every American city and community, is populated by NRA members".
  • Nigeria has 11th highest newborn deaths globally

    Nigeria has 11th highest newborn deaths globally

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    According to the news reported in India Today, the report says "The average annual rate of reduction in neonatal mortality required for India to reach the target is nearly double the current level". Of the 10 highest-risk countries, eight are in sub-Saharan Africa, countries where "pregnant women are much less likely to receive assistance", due to poverty, conflict or weak institutions, according to the report.
  • High school shooting survivors plan trip to Tallahassee

    High school shooting survivors plan trip to Tallahassee

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    It's so scary", said Jade Pita, a student at Palmetto High School. Instead of going to classes, she urged her fellow students to stage protests on the 19th anniversary of an earlier mass shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado. Democratic leaders vowed to redouble efforts to fight the nation's powerful gun lobby to reduce violence from firearms. "They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign - there is no collusion".
  • Road warrior David Davis says United Kingdom won't have 'Mad Max' Brexit

    Road warrior David Davis says United Kingdom won't have 'Mad Max' Brexit

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    He will add: "They fear that Brexit could lead to an Anglo-Saxon race to the bottom". "Business will welcome the Secretary of State's recognition of the benefits of frictionless trade, and the UK Government's commitment to maintaining high standards to keep people and products safe", Josh Hardie, CBI Deputy Director-General, said.
  • Thai Court Says Japanese Tycoon Can Raise His 13 Surrogate Children

    Thai Court Says Japanese Tycoon Can Raise His 13 Surrogate Children

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    In 2014, Shigeta, who is unmarried, was at the centrt of an worldwide scandal after a luxury apartment in Bangkok was raided and found to contain nine children and their seven 24-hour nannies. He is believed to be unmarried and has already made plans for the children's future and well-being, including hiring nannies to care for the children in Japan.