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ABC News reported that a spokesperson said one pilot ejected but it was "unclear whether the pilot was over land or water". Earlier this month, an F/A-18 from the squadron performed a rare nighttime flyover in Annapolis, Maryland, ahead of a Capitals versus Maple Leafs outdoor NHL hockey game played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
  • A tourist gave birth in the waters of Egypt's Red Sea coast

    A tourist gave birth in the waters of Egypt's Red Sea coast

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    Her uncle owns a hotel on the shores of the Red sea and he spotted the incident from the balcony of his hotel. Once back on shore, the new mother was reunited with her child in this photo taken from a nearby balcony. Pregnant woman gives birth in the Red Sea. The images posted on Facebook by Hadiya on March 10 have since gone viral and have been shared more than 2500 times.
  • NZ diplomat rapped over 'get your sh*t together' Trump tweets

    NZ diplomat rapped over 'get your sh*t together' Trump tweets

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    That response from diplomat Caroline Beresford, reported by the Kiwi site Newsroom and flagged by the Hill , wasn't her only rebuke. She then followed it up with another reply saying Democrats had "learned nothing". A representative for the New Zealand Embassy in Washington did not immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday morning. The controversial tweets are Beresford's second high-profile contribution to U.S.
  • Sessions considering whether to fire McCabe

    Sessions considering whether to fire McCabe

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    The McCabe-linked source shot down an allegation that McCabe tried to stymie an investigation into the Clinton family charity. In a statement, Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores in a statement said the following: "The Department follows a prescribed process by which an employee may be terminated".
  • Winter storm warning issued in Central NY for heavy, blowing snow

    Winter storm warning issued in Central NY for heavy, blowing snow

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    Downtown shuttle service will be discontinued at 1:00 p.m. and the Spa/Pub will be closing at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday . The temperature in Charlotte Monday will hover just above freezing, with a high of 41 degrees and a low of 33. Two inches (5 centimeters) of snow is expected around Salisbury and Statesville. The snow and rain mix should end about 7 p.m., Schwenneker said.
  • PDP Reacts To Buhari's Electoral Act Rejection

    PDP Reacts To Buhari's Electoral Act Rejection

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    A source close to the Senate said that the apex chamber would be in a better position to take decision on the matter after being properly guided by legal experts. "Section 76 (1) of the Constitution states that election to each House of the National Assembly shall be held on a date to be appointed by the Independent National Electoral Commission in accordance with the Electoral Act".
  • LeBron James clowned member of coaching staff on Twitter Video

    LeBron James clowned member of coaching staff on Twitter Video

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    Korver had 16 points on 4-of-5 shooting from the field and 5-of-5 shooting from the foul line in the first half, sharing game-high honors with James who shot 3-of-8 from the field and 10-of-12 from the foul line. The Suns' losing streak has now reached six straight games; 16 of 17 and 21 of 23 overall. If LeBron lasts another six or so years, he could find himself playing in the league at the same time as his 13-year-old son, who has already become a sort of internet celebrity for ...
  • Found Shot To Death Inside Brooklyn Apartment

    Found Shot To Death Inside Brooklyn Apartment

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    The child's grandmother made the horrifying discovery around 5 a.m.at an apartment on Thatford Avenue, near Riverdale Avenue, according to police sources. Detectives are preliminarily treating the deaths as a triple murder-suicide. Members of the NYPD Crime Scene Unit are at the scene. Mr. Davis said that it was clear to investigators that there was no gun near the girl, the teenage male or the middle-aged man.
  • Hillary Clinton: The Biggest, Sorest, Nastiest Loser

    Hillary Clinton: The Biggest, Sorest, Nastiest Loser

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    That much was obvious from her incredible, palpable anger at the American public. She then stated that Trump voters are ignoramuses who still stumble out to their outhouses in the middle of the night and stoop over a hole in the ground while reading old copies of Ku Klux Klan newsletters.
  • Microsoft launches fist data centres in Middle East

    Microsoft launches fist data centres in Middle East

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    Microsoft's cloud customers in the region include companies such as Emirates Group, Etihad Airways, Majid Al Futtaim, Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts and Landmark Group, among others. Although Microsoft does not reveal earnings by region, a year ago it reported that the Middle East and Africa is one of the fastest growing regions in the world for its cloud computing business.
  • Heather Nauert, promoted at State Department, is from LI

    Heather Nauert, promoted at State Department, is from LI

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    More departures may come soon. The exodus has hit long-serving loyalists and outside luminaries recruited to be policy guides for an inexperienced commander-in-chief facing crucial decisions. "It's important that the USA maintains its seat at the table about how to address the threat of climate change, which does require a global response", the former CEO of oil giant ExxonMobil had said during his confirmation hearings.
  • Finland tops happiness index that factored in immigrants

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    This year's report also ranked countries by the happiness of their immigrants. The results are based on six key factors found to support wellbeing - income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust, and generosity. 'Those who move to happier countries gain, while those who move to less happy countries lose'. The United States has slid to 18th place from 14th although it became wealthier in the meantime.
  • France says no justification for scale of Turkey's Syria offensive

    France says no justification for scale of Turkey's Syria offensive

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    Turkish president says he hopes to clear Afrin of terrorists by Wednesday evening. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said earlier he hoped his military and its allies would completely capture the Syrian town by Wednesday evening. this absolutely does not justify the action by Turkish troops deep inside the Afrin area", Le Drian told parliament. Turkey launched a military offensive into the border enclave on January 20 to drive out Syrian Kurdish forces that it considers to be "terrorists" ...
  • Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Racine March 17

    Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Racine March 17

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    You'll find plenty of local venues getting in on the festivities. Traditionally, the green in the Irish flag is used to represent the Catholics living there. Date: March 17 , 2018 at 10 a.m. Related: Best St. Patrick's Day, Cleveland Style! The first documented celebration , according to McCormack, was in Boston in 1737, when the Charitable Irish Societies of Boston gathered for a celebratory feast.
  • Emails show Ben Carson and wife selected $31K dining set

    Emails show Ben Carson and wife selected $31K dining set

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    A HUD spokesman previously denied the Carsons had any involvement in the dining set selection, telling CNN that, like everything else going on in the administration , the Carsons had "no awareness" that the set was being purchased . Carson participated in the selection of specific styles". The company confirmed a few days after CNN reported the purchase that the agency officially canceled the order on March 1.
  • Met Office issues snow and ice alert for Tayside

    Met Office issues snow and ice alert for Tayside

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    A front moving from the south-west towards the north-east is set to bring heavy rain to parts of the United Kingdom today and tomorrow, along with strong winds. In the video above, Met Office presenter Alex Deakin explains where and why it's likely to get much colder. In some rural areas temperatures may struggle to climb above zero.
  • Student Walkout Planned ZHS to Honor Victims

    Student Walkout Planned ZHS to Honor Victims

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    According to the Action Network website , at least 70 Minnesota schools have committed to participating in the walk, from as far north as Baudette to as far south as Rochester. showing their support of the student efforts. After the walkout today, some students in MA say they plan to rally outside the Springfield headquarters of the gun maker Smith & Wesson.
  • Duterte quits global court over drugs war

    Duterte quits global court over drugs war

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    Duterte's recent move comes after the ICC's Office of the Prosecutor announced it is starting a preliminary examination "following a careful, independent, and impartial review of communications and reports documenting alleged crimes" committed in the Philippines since 2016.