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Scalfari, according to the National Catholic Reporter , wrote that the pope told him that souls are not punished and that those who repent "receive the forgiveness of God and go among the line of souls who contemplate him, the souls of those who are unrepentant, and thus can not be forgiven, disappear".
  • Facebook bans over 200 new Russian accounts

    Facebook bans over 200 new Russian accounts

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    The company's chief security officer Alex Stamos said in a post that the company removed 70 Facebook and 65 Instagram accounts, as well as 138 Facebook pages linked to the Internet Research Agency (IRA) a Kremlin-linked troll farm whose top employees have been indicted by special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE .
  • Israel's Netanyahu puts African migrant deal with UNHCR on hold

    Israel's Netanyahu puts African migrant deal with UNHCR on hold

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    The rest, more than 18,000 people, will be given permanent residency in Israel . The new accord would at the same time allow thousands more of the mainly Sudanese and Eritrean migrants to remain in Israel at least temporarily. "The agreement stipulates that for each migrant who leaves the country, we commit to give temporary residence status to another", Netanyahu himself said in a televised address.
  • 'Caravans' and 'Fakers': Unpacking US President Donald Trump's tweets

    'Caravans' and 'Fakers': Unpacking US President Donald Trump's tweets

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    Whilst 49 according to cent of citizens have been unhappy with Donald Trump's efficiency together with 38 according to cent who "strongly disapprove", in step with the April 2 ballot by means of Rasmussen Experiences. Obama and Trump pictured at the latter's inauguration in January 2017. Trump told voters in March to ignore all the other polls beside Rasmussen, which has consistently returned more favorable results for him than other polls.
  • Police Negotiating With An Unauthorised Climber On Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Police Negotiating With An Unauthorised Climber On Sydney Harbour Bridge

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    The man has demanded to speak to senior government officials. Police negotiators remained on the road trying to talk down the man, who climbed the bridge just after 4.30am on Wednesday. By 8am, northbound traffic was queued almost 20km to Victoria Road in Huntley's Point, the gridlock soon stretching a further three kilometres. David Wright from the Traffic Management Centre told ABC news that motorist will have to be patient as it does not look like the issue will be resolved quickly.
  • Porton Down could not verify source of Salisbury nerve agent

    Porton Down could not verify source of Salisbury nerve agent

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    There is no known antidote to novichok, he said. On March 4, Sergei Skripal , who had been convicted in Russia of spying for Great Britain and later swapped for Russian intelligence officers, and his daughter Yulia suffered the effects of an alleged nerve agent in the British city of Salisbury.
  • Jay Wright: Absolutely the Best Coach In College Basketball

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    On the other end of the floor, MI was looking for their second title in program history. Villanova won every NCAA Tournament game by double figures, the first to do that since North Carolina in 2009. DiVincenzo's back-to-back 3-pointers with 8:50 left and 7:58 left, respectively, ended Michigan's hopes for a comeback and set Villanova up for another title.
  • 13 militants, 3 soldiers among 20 killed in Kashmir

    13 militants, 3 soldiers among 20 killed in Kashmir

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    One terrorist was killed in Anantnag and another was caught alive. Security forces retaliated and in the ensuing gunfire, he said. Security forces launched anti-militancy operations last night at three places simultaneously in south Kashmir following information about the presence of large number of militants there, a police official said.
  • Young woman in hijab attacked by man at USA hospital

    Young woman in hijab attacked by man at USA hospital

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    Hunley unbuckled her seatbelt and pulled her from the flames. A report states bullets hit the couple; the man was shot in the finger and his wife was struck "in the left forearm and left side area". Morman was found unconscious lying next to a fence where he landed after he was thrown from the auto. The woman later told police that she broke up with her ex-fiance on March 3.
  • Trump says he wants US troops out of Syria 'quickly'

    Trump says he wants US troops out of Syria 'quickly'

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    But, in a shift from a comment he made last week proclaiming an imminent pull out, Trump said "we will not rest until ISIS is gone", and until allies are consulted. In another indication of Trump's skepticism over US involvement in Syria, the president late last month ordered the State Department to freeze $200 million in funds to help recovery efforts in the war-torn country.
  • NY AG files suit to block citizenship question in 2020 Census

    NY AG files suit to block citizenship question in 2020 Census

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    Constitution's mandate to count all persons. Other states that have signed onto the lawsuit led by NY include Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
  • Employees in fear after 'shots fired' near YouTube HQ in US

    Employees in fear after 'shots fired' near YouTube HQ in US

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    A witness tells KTVU the shooting was very fast and there was gunfire both inside and outside of the building. Four to five patients are also expected Stanford University Medical Center. He said he was barricaded in a room with his co-workers before being safely evacuated. He then tweeted he is now out of the building safe. He later said he had been evacuated.
  • Netanyahu makes migrant deal decision

    Netanyahu makes migrant deal decision

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    The deal with the United Nations would have relocated thousands to Western countries, while allowing about half to stay in Israel. After learning about the cancelation of the fresh refugee deal through the media, the United Nations urged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday to reconsider his decision.
  • Mom Accused of Using Taser to Wake Up Son for Church

    Mom Accused of Using Taser to Wake Up Son for Church

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    Investigators arrested 40-year-old Sharron Dobbins , of Phoenix , Sunday morning and booked her into jail on a felony child abuse charge, according to Maricopa County court documents . "He said, 'You're going to jail.' I said, 'For what?' " she told Fox 10 . Court documents say cops found two bumps on his leg where the Taser was allegedly used.
  • Designer of water slide that killed boy arrested after getting off flight

    Designer of water slide that killed boy arrested after getting off flight

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    The company also operates water parks here in Corpus Christi, Galveston, South Padre Island and New Braunfels. Henry was arrested last week in Cameron County, Texas. "The accusation that we withheld information or altered evidence is completely false". According to the indictment, Henry made a "spur of the moment" decision to build the waterslide to impress producers of a Travel Channel show.
  • United Kingdom to tighten laws on 'abhorrent' ivory trade

    United Kingdom to tighten laws on 'abhorrent' ivory trade

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    Michael Gove said the measures would be brought into force through primary legislation and will cover ivory items of all ages, not just those produced after a certain date. In an attempt to slow down this vicious trade, the USA banned the commercial sale of ivory in 2014, and China, the largest contributor to the trade, finally enstated a ban on ivory this year after shutting down ivory carving facilities in 2017.
  • Did family intentionally drive off a cliff killing their children?

    Did family intentionally drive off a cliff killing their children?

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    The speedometer indicated the vehicle was traveling at 90 miles per hour when it crashed, and there were no skid marks, Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said at a news conference last week. Well before the wreck, Sarah Hart pleaded guilty in 2011 to a domestic assault charge in Douglas County, Minnesota, telling authorities "she let her anger get out of control" while spanking her 6-year-old adopted daughter, court records show.
  • Trump Suggests Using Military to Secure Southern Border

    Trump Suggests Using Military to Secure Southern Border

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    Trump also said he had heard that a caravan of Ecuadorian refugees traveling through Mexico in hopes of entering the US was being broken up by the Mexican government, and credited his own pressure campaign over trade. "We're going to have a relationship on Nafta, we're going to have to include security in Nafta". When the migrants arrive at a port of entry, they will likely claim asylum and be detained for a few weeks or as long as a year, Pueblo Sin Fronteras project coordinator Alex ...
  • China Tariffs a Tax on Farmers

    China Tariffs a Tax on Farmers

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    The Trump administration is pressing Canada and Mexico for a swift deal on NAFTA in a bid to make trade peace with USA allies by April 13 so it can focus on the rapidly escalating trade war with China. "If China levies tariffs on imports of soybeans that would give much pressure to the U.S. government and may affect the Republicans' mid-term election".
  • The xenophobic 'Punish a Muslim Day' campaign backfired spectacularly

    The xenophobic 'Punish a Muslim Day' campaign backfired spectacularly

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    The phrase was coined in an anonymous letter distributed to some homes and businesses last month , with recipients in east London, the Midlands and Yorkshire. The Love A Muslim Day letter written by Mend's Shahab Adris. They are asking if they are safe, if their children are safe to play outdoors. A #LoveAMuslimDay counter-campaign also circulated letters encouraging people to smile at or buy gifts for Muslims.
  • Africa land is Splitting in Two land, the indicator show it Caused

    Africa land is Splitting in Two land, the indicator show it Caused

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    Due to this, plates not only move but also break. The East African Rift is described as an active type of rift, in which the source of these stresses lies in the circulation of the underlying mantle. Essentially, the Nubian as well as Somali plates are being split in two, inning accordance with an item in The Conversation by Lucia Perez Diaz , a postdoctoral scientist at the Fault Dynamics Research Group at Royal Holloway, University of London.