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Former French President Francois Hollande expressed on Thursday his support to the idea of taking military action as one of the possible responses to the alleged chemical attack on the Syrian city of Douma. Assad said Thursday that Western countries were lashing out after they lost their "bet" on opposition forces in the eastern Ghouta suburbs of the capital.
  • Family of missing Lisa Dorrian left heartbroken as blaze destroys precious photos

    Family of missing Lisa Dorrian left heartbroken as blaze destroys precious photos

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    The Signal reported that the family is from Valencia. "I told her that she must have forgotten how important she is to Team Boom", Stacy joked after writing how her mom was paranoid she wouldn't meet the goal. A newly released 911 call reveals how a Child Protective Services investigator asked law enforcement to check in on the family as well: "I've been to the home Monday and Friday and knocked on the door just this morning, and I can get no response".
  • Accused Florida school shooter wants inheritance to go to charity: lawyer

    Accused Florida school shooter wants inheritance to go to charity: lawyer

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    But his lawyers have yet to determine whether the installments are paid monthly or yearly and whether Cruz is entitled to it. A statement shows one annuity included a deposit of more than $3,000 into Cruz's account. "I really believe in my soul that the best thing for the families of the victims is to lock him up and throw (away) the key", Finkelstein said. Last month, his defense attorney told a judge the teen was standing mute to the charges - meaning he was declining to enter a plea.
  • Arkansas Woman Identified in OH 37 Years After Death

    Arkansas Woman Identified in OH 37 Years After Death

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    Dr. Elizabeth Murray, a forensic anthropologist and professor of Biology at Mount Saint Joseph University in Cincinnati discusses her part in the decades-long investigation to identify Miami County's Jane Doe, aka "Buckskin Girl", during Wednesday's press conference at the MCSO Training Center.
  • USA still assessing intelligence on Syria chemical attack

    USA still assessing intelligence on Syria chemical attack

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    Children are treated after a chemical attack in Douma, Syria, on April 7. Mattis' remarks also came after missiles struck a Syrian airbase in Homs province earlier on Monday, state media reported, with Russian Federation and Syria blaming Israel for carrying out the attack.
  • Weather Authority: Warmer today, wet and cooler for the weekend

    Weather Authority: Warmer today, wet and cooler for the weekend

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    Extreme fire weather conditions will be in play Saturday across western Oklahoma, with continuing low humidity and strong winds, expected to gust up to 49 miles per hour. Be the first to know when news happens. A slight chance of a rain shower will be in play for Saturday , though that coverage will likely be late in the day.
  • Barcelona unable to find its stride in Champions League

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    Daniele De Rossi converted the penalty for a 2-0 lead, trimming the aggregate margin to 4-3. "We've seen it a little bit regularly - if you're a heartfelt Barca fan or if you're a Barca planner or if you're their president or indeed their captain, Andres Iniesta - there's an exact similarity to Turin past year".
  • Chemical weapons agency confirms British findings on Salisbury poison attack

    Chemical weapons agency confirms British findings on Salisbury poison attack

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    The OPCW confirmed United Kingdom military scientists who identified the chemical used as a Novichok nerve agent. Specialist officers secure a forensic tent covering a bench in Salisbury. "We will now work tirelessly with our partners to help to stamp out the grotesque use of weapons of this kind and we have called a session of the OPCW Executive Council next Wednesday to discuss next steps".
  • Freezing rain on the way for Stratford

    Freezing rain on the way for Stratford

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    On Sunday, precipitation is expected to change to freezing rain, particularly over eastern Ontario where several hours of freezing rain are possible. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for southern Ontario, including the following regions: Toronto, Barrie, Hamilton, Dufferin, Oxford, York, Waterloo and more.
  • West's military options against Syria severely constrained

    West's military options against Syria severely constrained

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    The Syrian president on Wednesday made a public appearance with a group from an global Muslim body in Damascus. The Prime Minister did not indicate whether Britain will be involved in the military campaign but insisted continued attacks "cannot go unchallenged" as she pledged to continue working with the UK's " closest allies" on how the dictatorship is held to account.
  • 'Deliver justice to TN':Kamal Haasan's message to Modi on Cauvery issue

    'Deliver justice to TN':Kamal Haasan's message to Modi on Cauvery issue

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    From there he took another chopper to come to IIT Madras, in the heart of the city. Later, he would unveil the diamond jubilee plaque at the Adyar Cancer Institute . PM Modi dismissed the concerns being raised by southern political leaders that his government's decisions would punish the southern states for successfully controlling their population growths.
  • Liberty man chased woman through Walmart parking lot, hit her

    Liberty man chased woman through Walmart parking lot, hit her

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    Police pulled Smith away and arrested her. Gary Madison, 57, now faces three counts of battery by means of a deadly weapon in connection with the attack - which left two men in critical condition and a third seriously injured. In March, Pamela Michelle Walker, 34, appeared in San Fernando Superior Court to set a date for her preliminary hearing only to be told to come back in April.
  • Muslim TV personality Yassmin Abdel-Magied deported from US

    Muslim TV personality Yassmin Abdel-Magied deported from US

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    In an announcement, the United States Customs and Border Protection bureau claimed Ms. Abdel-Magied did not possess a suitable visa to enter the united states for work. In a statement, PEN America chief executive officer Suzanne Nossel said she was "dismayed" at the news. We understand that Yassmin was traveling on a type of visa that she had used in the past for similar trips without issue.
  • China named 'world's top executioner' as global rate falls

    China named 'world's top executioner' as global rate falls

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    The London-based human rights watchdog said in its latest report - Death Sentences And Executions 2017 - that positive measures, such as legal amendments in Iran to limit capital punishment for drug-related crimes, and notable reductions in the number of death sentences worldwide have contributed to a 4 percent drop in executions compared to the previous year.
  • Baby boy born four years AFTER his parents died in vehicle crash

    Baby boy born four years AFTER his parents died in vehicle crash

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    The soon-to-be grandparents eventually won custody and baby Tiantian was born by a Laotian surrogate last December, reported The Beijing News . The newspaper explained how the lack of precedent for a case of this kind had forced the deceased couple's parents through a legal minefield before the surrogacy could proceed.
  • 49 people killed in eastern Ghouta

    49 people killed in eastern Ghouta

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    The day before the incident, the Russian authorities claimed that members of the Al-Nusra organization were preparing to attack in the areas under their control using chlorine. If confirmed, it would be a significant victory for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, which has made sweeping territorial gains in the past two years from rebel groups, with Russian military power helping him turn the tide of the conflict in his favor.
  • Pep Guardiola & Liverpool Both Charged By UEFA Following Tuesday's Champions League Clash

    Pep Guardiola & Liverpool Both Charged By UEFA Following Tuesday's Champions League Clash

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    That's why he sent me off. City applied relentless pressure on Loris Karius' goal in the first half as they strove to reduce their deficit further, but the visitors dug deep to get to the interval still 3-1 up on aggregate. As well as a central defence that looks much stronger since the addition of Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk in January and the emergence of Scottish full-back Andy Robertson on the left, Liverpool could again thank unheralded midfielder James Milner .