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WPMI reports Hollie was found dead in his barricaded home around 3 a.m. Wednesday morning after a standoff with a SWAT team. Her daughter, Octavia Poellnitz, had identified Hollie as the likely suspect to WKRG-TVbefore Battiste spoke to news outlets.
  • Spot the world's first Airbus A350-1000 at Corniche today

    Spot the world's first Airbus A350-1000 at Corniche today

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    Regarding the issues, Baker stated: "It is very hard to install a new program in a new airplane, especially the first one". It is the first Airbus aircraft to be fitted with Qatar Airways' revolutionary Qsuite Business Class seat. Although the Qatar A350-1000 is a passenger-configuration jet, it is also a cargo-friendly aircraft, with room to accommodate 14 pallets in its belly and a bulk hold volume of 11.3 cubic meters.
  • Parkland School Shooter Makes First Live Appearance In Court

    Parkland School Shooter Makes First Live Appearance In Court

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    While DC locals were able to rally immediately, the survivors of Parkland have been mobilizing in Florida . The Network for Public Education, an advocacy organization for public schools, announced a day of walkouts, sit-ins and other events on school campuses on April 20 , the anniversary of the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado that left 12 students and one teacher dead.
  • Erdogan: Pro-regime groups in Afrin issue 'closed'

    Erdogan: Pro-regime groups in Afrin issue 'closed'

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    Pro-government militiamen on Tuesday entered the Kurdish enclave of Afrin in Syria in response to an ongoing Turkish military offensive, media reports said. The Turkish operation is primarily aimed against the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), which is the backbone of the Syrian Democratic Forces armed coalition that enjoys the USA support.
  • Another scam rocks banking

    Another scam rocks banking

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    Rotomac Pens , which is famous for its catchline " Likhte likhte love ho jaye ", is owned by Kothari, who is also Chairman and MD. With his office in Lucknow found locked for a week, Kothari was earlier rumoured to have left the country, but he clarified through local media yesterday that he was in Kanpur.
  • Donald Trump criticises FBI over handling of Florida school shooting suspect tip

    Donald Trump criticises FBI over handling of Florida school shooting suspect tip

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    And in another tweet says (reading) the Russian hoax was that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia - it never did. They are still dissatisfied with its decision not to charge Hillary Clinton with crimes related to her use of a private email server, and they see signs of bias in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation.
  • Australian sailor charged with honeymoon murder of his wife

    Australian sailor charged with honeymoon murder of his wife

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    Bennett, of Poole, Dorset, was taken into custody as he appeared in a Miami court where he was to be sentenced for smuggling stolen coins during the doomed trip. "We do not want to say anything bad about Lewis, but we would like him to know how much it hurts us not to be able to see and spend time with our granddaughter and niece, Emilia, since he took her out of the country", the letter said.
  • A hero prepares to find herself in

    A hero prepares to find herself in "Tomb Raider"

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    The Tomb Raider franchise, both the video game and movies, have been rebooted in which it now offers up a grittier take on the game. "It was a female protagonist in a video game, and I had never seen that". ALICIA Vikander has pointed out her boobs aren't as perky as her Tomb Raider predecessor. Given how that the Tomb Raider movie reboot is expected to be released on the 16th of March , we suppose this is pretty good timing.
  • Kenya: Wanjigi and I Spent the Night at JKIA, Says Orengo

    Kenya: Wanjigi and I Spent the Night at JKIA, Says Orengo

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    In the petition filed at the Milimani Law courts, the leaders argue that the government action to suspend their passports is "unreasonable, grossly heavy handed and unjustified in an open democratic society". "Once the court has given an order, all those officers who disobey that court order, they will bear personal responsibility for all that they have done in disobedience of the court order and in further infringement of the rights of my clients", Willis Otieno told reporters from Nairobi ...
  • Trump moves to ban gun modifications like bump stocks

    Trump moves to ban gun modifications like bump stocks

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    Trump has reportedly spoken with Sen. He is also the Senate majority whip, the second-ranking Republican in the chamber. Some lawmakers, including the most powerful congressional Republican, House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, said they had never heard of the device until the Las Vegas massacre.
  • Oxfam: 26 New Sexual Misconduct Claims In Last 11 Days

    Oxfam: 26 New Sexual Misconduct Claims In Last 11 Days

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    Goldring has faced personal criticism after he was quoted in Saturday's Guardian newspaper as saying: "The intensity and ferocity of the attacks makes you wonder, what did we do?" Oxfam has battled to contain the fall-out from the scandal , and senior officials from the charity apologised over and again for the scandal and how it was handled during a hearing with lawmakers that lasted almost two hours.
  • Appeasement politics will not succeed: Amit Shah to Siddaramaiah

    Appeasement politics will not succeed: Amit Shah to Siddaramaiah

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    There is nothing wrong in seeking accounts from the government and BJP is always accountable to people, Mr Shah said. Let the state government at least stop withdrawing cases against them. The 2,19,506 crore the Centre gave under the 14th Finance Commission including 2,617 crore for Bangalore Metro, he said, was far higher than the 88,583 crore the UPA gave through the 13th Finance Commission.
  • Budget 2018: Foreign buyers tax, speculation tax introduced to Victoria and Nanaimo

    Budget 2018: Foreign buyers tax, speculation tax introduced to Victoria and Nanaimo

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    It also includes new tax measures "aimed to improve housing affordability". Partnering with industry, the federal government and First Nations communities to support Indigenous skills training programs with $30 million over three years. James vowed that investors flipping pre-sale condos will have to pay tax. Now this tax only applies in Metro Vancouver. She also vowed to bring more transparency to murky ownership records - it isn't clear who owns almost half of Vancouver's most expensive ...
  • Rahul to begin his second leg campaign in poll bound Meghalaya

    Rahul to begin his second leg campaign in poll bound Meghalaya

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    He said that with money, the BJP had become so arrogant that they think they can buy God also. Recounting attacks on Dalits in Uttar Pradesh and on a priest in Madhya Pradesh, he said, "There is a tremendous increase in the instances of discrimination and humiliation with the people from Meghalaya and other north-eastern states in the country".
  • Leader threatens to burn down BBMP office

    Leader threatens to burn down BBMP office

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    The incident comes close on the heels of Congress Legislator N A Haris's son Mohammed H Nalpad involving in a assault case in a Bar on Saturday. "Narayanaswamy wanted the Assistant Revenue Officer's signature on a katha document, which would attest to him being the property owner".
  • Bangladesh hands over Myanmar list of 8000 Rohingya refugees for repatriation

    Bangladesh hands over Myanmar list of 8000 Rohingya refugees for repatriation

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    The vast majority of Rohingya who fled are in camps at Cox's Bazar on the southern tip of Bangladesh, but several thousand who arrived in a buffer zone along the border are now stuck. Almost 700,000 Rohingya have fled Burma's Rakhine State and crossed into Bangladesh since August, when attacks on security posts by insurgents triggered a military crackdown that the United Nations has said amounts to ethnic cleansing, with reports of arson attacks, murder and rape.
  • Trump recommends banning of 'bump stock' gun modifications

    Trump recommends banning of 'bump stock' gun modifications

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    A bump stock , a device used by Stephen Paddock in the Las Vegas shooting in October 2017, allows shooters to fire bullets at a higher frequency than the gun's manufacturing design is supposed to allow for. Many Republicans and even the powerful conservative lobby of the National Rifle Association have supported some regulatory action on bump stocks .
  • Drought-stricken Cape Town pushes back 'Day Zero' again

    Drought-stricken Cape Town pushes back 'Day Zero' again

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    If drastic consumption reductions are not achieved by so-called "Day Zero" - the last day of normal water supply - people will have to queue at 200 standpipes for daily rations of 25 litres (6.6 USA gallons). A range of activities over the weekend include talks; exhibits on water technology, composting toilets and DIY; workshops on water saving, harvesting and grey water treatment; the 25-litre challenge; family-friendly kid's activities; and community engagements with a panel of experts about ...
  • Pope Bows to Ahiara Diocese' Rebels, Bishop Okpaleke Quits

    Pope Bows to Ahiara Diocese' Rebels, Bishop Okpaleke Quits

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    The Vatican announced the resignation of Monsignor Peter Ebere Okpaleke on Monday, six years after Pope Francis's predecessor Benedict XVI named him to the post. "The first step is to give them an Apostolic Administrator, we hope they would embrace him and work with him". After almost a decade of protracted crisis over the leadership of the Catholic Diocese of Ahiara, Pope Francis I Monday appointed the Bishop of Umuahia Diocese, Most Rev Lucius Ugorji as the new Apostolic Administrator of ...
  • Iran resumes search for plane debris in mountains

    Iran resumes search for plane debris in mountains

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    After two days of heavy snow and fog, the weather finally cleared on Tuesday morning, allowing a helicopter crew to spot a piece of the wreckage with the company's logo. The incident has reawakened concerns over aviation safety in Iran , which has been exacerbated by worldwide sanctions over the years. On Instagram, Aseman Airlines highlighted the doomed aircraft in October, saying it had been "grounded" for seven years but would be "repaired and will be operational after checking and testing".
  • 250 civilians killed in Syria's Ghouta attack in 48hrs: Rights group

    250 civilians killed in Syria's Ghouta attack in 48hrs: Rights group

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    UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calls on Russia, Iran and Turkey to ensure ceasefire in Eastern Ghouta , a militant-controlled suburb of the Syrian capital Damascus , his spokesman Stephane Dujarric has said in a statement . Around 1,200 people were wounded by the Syrian regime shelling and air strikes on Monday. The enclave is home to 400,000 people. Factions in Ghouta fired mortars at Damascus on Tuesday, killing six people and injuring 28, Syrian state TV said.