• Broward County Sheriff Releases Video Of Deputy's Inaction during Parkland Shooting

    Broward County Sheriff Releases Video Of Deputy's Inaction during Parkland Shooting

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    After several media organizations sued to obtain video from the school's surveillance system, a Broward judge last week ordered the public release of four video clips captured when the incident occurred. When they arrive, Peterson pulls his weapon and goes forward but then retreats and takes up a position outside the building. "Do not approach the 12 or 1300 building, stay at least 500 feet away", Peterson was heard saying over the radio.
  • Trump Organization has turned over documents to investigators

    Trump Organization has turned over documents to investigators

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    The reports mark the first publicly known time that Mueller has demanded documents related to President Donald Trump's businesses. Trump has warned Mueller about a "red line" he would cross if he expanded his probe beyond his family's business interests in Russian Federation, the Times has previously reported .
  • USA challenges Indian export subsidy programmes in WTO

    USA challenges Indian export subsidy programmes in WTO

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    The United States trade representative claimed that at least half a dozen Indian programmes provide exemptions from some duties, taxes and fees to Indian exporters. "We also have the right to seek extension of export subsidies for upto three years, a year before expiry of subsidy", she said. "It is a huge concern for export sector and the industry feels that the so called export subsidies should be eliminated gradually", Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) Director General ...
  • Brazil Activists, Politicians React to 'Barbaric' Assassination of Marielle Franco

    Brazil Activists, Politicians React to 'Barbaric' Assassination of Marielle Franco

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    A prominent Brazilian activist turned politician, Councilwoman Marielle Franco , was gunned down Wednesday, March 13 just days after participating in a local protest and speaking out against police brutality. Four of the suspects are police officers. After she won, it was impossible to visit the Complexo de Maré or other Rio favelas, where Franco had worked for years to improve social conditions, and not hear residents speak of her or what she meant to them.
  • Beast From The East May Return This Weekend

    Beast From The East May Return This Weekend

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    The notorious " Beast From The East ", dubbed due to it's origins from Russian Federation, swept the United Kingdom at the end of February bringing us snowy conditions out of the ordinary for this time of year. A Met Office spokeswoman, Nicky Maxey, said there was potential for further yellow warnings to be issued and there was a chance of gale force winds.
  • Apologise as my allegations are unfounded: Arvind Kejriwal to Bikram Majithia

    Apologise as my allegations are unfounded: Arvind Kejriwal to Bikram Majithia

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    In the past, Majithia was probed by the ED in connection with an alleged Rs 6,000-crore money-laundering and drugs case. "Hence, there should be no politics on such issues", Kejriwal said in a statement. Another AAP MLA Aman Arora too voiced his dissatisfaction on Kejriwal's apology for Majithia. Now I have learnt that allegations are unfounded. I still believe drugs would not have taken so much young lives had the previous Govt not patronised drug mafia.
  • Bidya Devi Bhandari, Nepal's 1st female president, wins second term

    Bidya Devi Bhandari, Nepal's 1st female president, wins second term

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    Incumbent President Bhandari, the Left alliance's candidate, was elected with more than a two-thirds majority as she defeated her Nepali Congress (NC) rival Kumari Laxmi Rai in the presidential election. Meanwhile, Sushila Karki served as the country's first female chief justice until her retirement in 2017, shocking her political backers when she took a tough stance on Nepal's endemic corruption.
  • Saudi crown prince says will develop nuclear bomb if Iran does

    Saudi crown prince says will develop nuclear bomb if Iran does

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    Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , Saudi Arabia's powerful heir to the throne, has reportedly kept his own mother away from his father, the king, out of fear she would stand in the way of his rapid consolidation of power. Many countries around the world and in Europe did not realize how risky Hitler was until what happened, happened. "Iran is far from being equal to Saudi Arabia ".
  • Seven more flu-related deaths reported since last week

    Seven more flu-related deaths reported since last week

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    Wilma Wooten, county public health officer. According to the Department of Health (DPH), the state has passed the peak of the flu season and but it remains widespread. The low numbers of people getting flu shots are troubling, especially now that this year's flu season is one of the worst America has seen in six years.
  • Qatar announces $50 million donation to UNRWA

    Qatar announces $50 million donation to UNRWA

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    Among the countries that had offered more money were France , Qatar , Canada, Switzerland, Turkey, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, Mexico, South Korea, Slovakia and India , he said, without giving any further details. The U.S. had been UNWRA's largest donor, supplying almost 30 percent of its budget. Earlier on Thursday, Guterres said in a Twitter post that supporting UNRWA is an "investment in peace".
  • Golds spills on Russian runway after plane door flies open during takeoff

    Golds spills on Russian runway after plane door flies open during takeoff

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    The bars of doré, a semi-pure alloy of gold and silver, dropped out of the aircraft and onto the runway. The offending hatch then detached from the plane and fell on a local auto market. Yakutsk (the flight's city of origin) is the capital of Russia's main diamond producing region, Yakutia . According to the reports, airport authorities recovered 172 gold bars.
  • Cop guarding BJP leader injured in militant attack

    Cop guarding BJP leader injured in militant attack

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    The policeman identified as Bilal Ahmad suffered injuries in the attack. Clashes erupted in the area as youth took to streets and pelted security forces with stones to disrupt the anti-militant operation. J&K Police on Wednesday night verified that one of the slain militants was from southern city of Hyderabad, endorsing what "Ansar Ghazwat ul Hind", al-Qaeda's Kashmir unit, had claimed.
  • Ex-CIA chief Panetta backs Haspel nomination

    Ex-CIA chief Panetta backs Haspel nomination

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    The senator said he can not vote for either candidate based on their past support for using torture techniques to interrogate enemy combatants and suspected terrorists. "Her nomination must include total transparency about this background, which I called for more than a year ago when she was appointed deputy director".
  • Bridge Collapse In Miami-Dade

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    At least one person was taken as a trauma alert to the hospital, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. The bridge crosses Southwest Eighth Street and is created to eventually provide pedestrian access across Tamiami Trail from FIU's main campus to Sweetwater, where the school estimates 4,000 of its students live in off-campus housing and newer college dorms.
  • Dylann Roof's Sister Arrested After Disturbing Snapchat Post

    Dylann Roof's Sister Arrested After Disturbing Snapchat Post

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    That very same day, Morgan was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and two counts of carrying weapons on school grounds, according to The State in Columbia, South Carolina. Roof was convicted Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016, in the chilling attack on nine black church members who were shot to death past year during a Bible study, affirming the prosecution's portrayal of a young white man who hoped the slayings would start a race war or bring back segregation.
  • State police issue Amber Alert for 2 suburban children

    State police issue Amber Alert for 2 suburban children

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    Authorities say 27-year-old Lakisha Robie died early Wednesday after the shooting in Markham. Law enforcement officials believe the children are in danger and could be traveling south. A protection order prohibits him from having contact with the children. Lynn Washington has tattoos on neck, left arm, right arm, and chest. He is considered armed and unsafe.
  • (NASDAQ:SBUX) Holdings Lessened by Charter Trust Co

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    This works out to a net increase in ownership of 15.12 million shares, and suggests that institutions are feeling bullish about the stock. The institutional investor held 7,396 shares of the restaurants company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $397,000, down from 130,899 at the end of the previous reported quarter.