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February 8. The SIU says the officer will not face charges over the January 12, 2017 arrest, which occurred at a community support centre on King Street East in Kitchener and left the 41-year-old arrestee with a fractured orbital bone. SIU director Tony Loparco announced Tuesday (Feb. 27) that he had ended the investigation into the December 27, 2017 arrest of a 52-year-old man in a home on Ray Lawson Boulevard near McLaughlin Road.
  • Delhi Chief Secretary assault case: Employees demand action against Arvind Kejriwal, Sisodia

    Delhi Chief Secretary assault case: Employees demand action against Arvind Kejriwal, Sisodia

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    Amid the standoff with the bureaucracy, the Delhi government said on Monday that it is now mulling live streaming of all meetings of its ministers. Digging their heels in, the officers, including those from IAS and DANICS, said they will continue to communicate with ministers only in writing until Kejriwal and Sisodia give a public apology over the alleged assault on Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash at the chief minister's residence on the intervening night of 19 and 20 February.
  • Supreme Court allows indefinite immigrant detentions

    Supreme Court allows indefinite immigrant detentions

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    Microsoft lawyer Joshua Rosenkranz argued the 1986 law, called the Stored Communications Act, didn't allow the USA government "to unilaterally reach into a foreign land to search for, copy, and import private customer correspondence" that is stored on a foreign computer and protected by foreign law.
  • North Korea says open to talks with U.S. but condemns sanctions

    North Korea says open to talks with U.S. but condemns sanctions

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    The interaction between President Trump's daughter and Gen. Kim, who headed an eight-member North Korean delegation, was similar to the cold-shoulder encounter between Vice President Mike Pence and the sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un during the opening ceremonies in Pyeongchang .
  • Iraq sentences 16 Turkish women to death over IS ties

    Iraq sentences 16 Turkish women to death over IS ties

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    In late December 2017, the Iraqi forces detained eight women from Germany charged with participation in the activities of the notorious terrorist group. In January, the Iraqi court sentenced to death a German female citizen of Moroccan origin for ties with Daesh. Human Rights Watch denounced the rulings as "unfair".
  • DJ Newbill Listed In Documents Released From College Basketball Federal Investigation

    DJ Newbill Listed In Documents Released From College Basketball Federal Investigation

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    I, for one, am so glad that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is concerning themselves with payments of a couple thousand (hundreds, in some cases) of dollars to high schoolers' mothers. 1 overall by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2017 National Basketball Association draft. Notable names on that document include: former Wichita State player Fred VanVleet , current SC player Brian Bowen (who was involved in a previous investigation while at Louisville), former Utah player Kyle Kuzma and ...
  • Talks with N Korea must lead to ending nuclear programme: White House

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    Meanwhile, Trump levied new sanctions to disrupt trade with North Korea and predicted a "very rough" phase if the campaign failed. The North Korean officials did not mention denuclearization at Sunday's meeting. North Korea last test-fired a ballistic missile in November. The White House has responded to North Korea's willingness to hold talks with the United States, saying that any discussions with Pyongyamg must lead to the regime ending its nuclear programme.
  • California Democratic Party Declines to Endorse Feinstein

    California Democratic Party Declines to Endorse Feinstein

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    He won the support of 54-percent of the delegates at the state convention this weekend. Trump was crushed in the blue state in the 2016 election, losing to Hillary Clinton by more than four million votes. Feinstein's chief strategist Bill Carrick played down expectations saying, "It's just another element in the overall campaign". All eyes were on the gubernatorial race, as the top Democratic candidates for governor made their pitches to delegates.
  • 3 dead from severe weather in Arkansas, Kentucky

    3 dead from severe weather in Arkansas, Kentucky

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    The game between Austin Peay and Murray State was stopped with 5:49 left in the second half due to the leaky roof. "Be aware of your surroundings at all times, as flooding continues throughout many counties and rivers will continue to rise for several days".
  • S. Korea: N. Korea willing to talk with US

    S. Korea: N. Korea willing to talk with US

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    Trump imposed new sanctions on North Korea last week. The North Korean delegation, in Pyeongchang for the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics, met at an undisclosed location with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and expressed a willingness to meet with the United States , Moon's office said in a statement.
  • Olympics-'Peace Games' are no game-changer for South Koreans

    Olympics-'Peace Games' are no game-changer for South Koreans

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in met with a delegation from the North shortly before the Games' closing ceremony. A spokesman of the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee said in a statement that Pence's speech was a "disgraceful behaviour" and "an act of rogue without an equal in the world", Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.
  • Police to rearrest American for abandoning body

    Police to rearrest American for abandoning body

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    They say they have found dismembered body parts at 3 more locations in mountainous areas in Osaka and Kyoto. The discovery of detached head that reportedly belonged to a missing woman in Osaka, Japan. The woman had told her friends she was visiting Osaka to meet a man she had met via an app. Upon his arrest, the suspect denied the allegations. He traveled from his home in NY to Japan last month, where he claimed to have planned a sightseeing trip.
  • Students prepare to return to school and site of massacre

    Students prepare to return to school and site of massacre

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    I want that to sink in - it's eternity. We're constantly being told there's no money for social workers, music, smaller classes, or even new books, but now we're going to buy weapons and ask teachers to serve as law enforcement? Instead, Israel said, Peterson took up a position outside the school during the shooting and never went inside.
  • Police ID boy shot, killed in Asbury Park; teen charged

    Police ID boy shot, killed in Asbury Park; teen charged

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    Cops were looking for two possible suspects early Thursday, and the motive remains unclear. A 16-year-old Neptune Township boy, whose identity has not been confirmed by authorities because of his age, was arrested and charged on February 22 for his role in the murder.
  • Wausau Polar plunge has people

    Wausau Polar plunge has people "freezing for a reason"

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    Anyone could participate in the events Saturday, even a courageous little girl took the plunge. The event, the largest fundraiser of the year for Special Olympics New Jersey, is expected to draw 7,000 participants and raise more than $1.8 million for Special Olympics New Jersey.
  • North Korean media blacks out the games

    North Korean media blacks out the games

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    Moon won election past year promising to try to improve relations with the North. The progressive Seoul government's decision to overlook Kim's combative past has drawn fierce criticism from conservatives in South Korea. Ivanka Trump's appearance at the closing on behalf of the White House and the United States is a softer bookend to Vice President Mike Pence's awkward visit during the opening ceremony.