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No cars were around, and thankfully nobody had to swerve out of the way to avoid the landing plane. Earlier this week, we reported on two small planes making emergency landings on busy Canadian highways , and now for the third time in just four days, a small plane carrying six people was forced to land on a Calgary road Wednesday morning.
  • Donald Trump set to visit the United Kingdom 'this July'

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    He could also meet the Queen or other members of the Royal Family, even if he is not honoured with a full state visit. Trump is now hosting French president Emmanuel Macron , in the first state visit of his administration. Mr Khan, who has repeatedly clashed with the US President since they were both elected roughly two years ago, told the Press Association: "We have got a great history in our city of protests".
  • Kuwait asks Filipino ambassador to leave immediately

    Kuwait asks Filipino ambassador to leave immediately

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    One clip shows a man rushing to assist a woman into a black vehicle carrying diplomatic licence plates, while another depicted a person running from what looked like a construction site and speeding off in a auto. Duterte last month ordered workers in Kuwait to return over reports of abuse following the discovery of a domestic worker's body in a freezer in an abandoned home.
  • 4th death reported in IL linked to fake weed

    4th death reported in IL linked to fake weed

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    Lori Ann Quanstrom, 37, of Toulon, passed away at 9:20 a.m. on Sunday, April 22 at OSF St. Francis after reportedly using the synthetic cannabinoids, more commonly known as synthetic marijuana, "Spice" or "K2". The donation comes from the Bausch Foundation, the independent charitable organization of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. The donation will allow every individual who has experienced severe bleeding to receive lifesaving treatment free of charge.
  • Trump's Travel Ban Faces a Supreme Court Test

    Trump's Travel Ban Faces a Supreme Court Test

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    The administration says the countries do not have proper screening measures in place for people coming to the USA, but challengers say the policy is illegally aimed at Muslims and point to the President's own words on the campaign trail as evidence, saying "Donald J.
  • Inter-Korean summit site shown

    Inter-Korean summit site shown

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    The Japanese Foreign Ministry called the move " extremely regrettable ", urging Seoul not to serve the mousse. "They well understand that neighbouring countries, mainly the US Japan, South Korea and China, can give them economic aid", Jeong said , noting that North Korea wanted foreign investment from capitalist countries.
  • On April, 25 Analysts See $0.19 EPS for Banco Santander (Brasil S)

    On April, 25 Analysts See $0.19 EPS for Banco Santander (Brasil S)

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    SAN stock opened at $6.79 on Friday. Now it has a market worth of $109054.94M. The recent change has given its price a -2.56% deficit over SMA 50 and -13.61% deficit over its 52-week high. 10 analysts recommended Overweight these shares while 0 recommended Underweight, according to FactSet data. 2 analysts call it Underweight, while 1 think it is Overweight.
  • Video shows official who abruptly resigned using F-bomb with cops

    Video shows official who abruptly resigned using F-bomb with cops

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    The Port Authority said the video appears to show Turner trying to use her influence to get her daughter's friend out of trouble for an expired registration. "She also exhibited a full-size gold badge in a badge wallet that had the same printed on it". "Don't call me 'Miss, ' I'm 'Commissioner.' Thank you", Turner shot back.
  • Oil, metals prices to rise amid trade tensions

    Oil, metals prices to rise amid trade tensions

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    A measure of oil volatility rose the most in two weeks amid concern that President Donald Trump will reimpose sanctions on Iran , while friction between the Islamic Republic and fellow OPEC member Saudi Arabia increased with further violence in Yemen.
  • Finland to end its universal basic income program by year's end

    Finland to end its universal basic income program by year's end

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    In Suomi chose to stop to pay to citizens an unconditional income. "Now, they are pursuing conditionality". The pilot's full results will not be released until late 2019. But critics contend that UBI programs are costly and ineffective. A street in Oulu, Finland. The challenge is to find a cost-effective system that incentivises people to work, but that does not add to income inequality, Tuulia Hakola-Uusitalo of the Finnish Finance Ministry told the BBC.
  • Four counties lead State in lowest unemployment

    Four counties lead State in lowest unemployment

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    Ten of Oregon's counties had unemployment rates at or below the statewide and national unemployment rate of 4.1 percent in March 2018. Among adjoining OH counties, the county's rate was lower than Mahoning (5.7 percent), Carroll (5.5 percent) and Jefferson (6.3 percent), but higher than Stark (5 percent).
  • First polar bear born in the tropics euthanised

    First polar bear born in the tropics euthanised

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    These wounds, which were quite deep, would have caused pain and discomfort to Inuka, and would only be aggravated as his arthritis worsened. Then eighteen-year-old Inuka the polar bear is seen feeding in his enclosure at the zoo in Singapore.
  • Brooklyn Senator Stays With The GOP, Denies Democrats A Ruling Majority

    Brooklyn Senator Stays With The GOP, Denies Democrats A Ruling Majority

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    These were the first state elections in NY since actress and activist Cynthia Nixon announced a primary challenge to Democratic Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, and the first since Cuomo brokered the end of the Independent Democratic Conference, a breakaway group that caucused with Republicans to give them a large Senate majority.
  • Death toll after Kabul attack reaches 60 people

    Death toll after Kabul attack reaches 60 people

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    The staggering casualty toll - 57 dead and 119 wounded - underscored the struggles the government faces to rein in militant assaults even in large and well-protected urban centres. The Afghan government - busy grappling with the Taliban and securing a peace deal with the group - has been blindsided by this recent uptick in violence and it will take them some time to effectively recalibrate themselves again to this threat.
  • Theresa May to demand ministers dodge crunch Commons vote on customs union

    Theresa May to demand ministers dodge crunch Commons vote on customs union

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    The unelected Lord's last week voted on an amendment that throws into doubt May's plans to leave the EU's customs union, setting the stage for a fresh round of parliamentary battles over her strategy. 'You can not have free movement of services without free movement of goods, and so forth. This isn't democracy, its a rich bunch of twonks telling the people we know better than you.
  • Scott Pruitt, 'Protecting His Own Environment'

    Scott Pruitt, 'Protecting His Own Environment'

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    Chief's Ethics Woes Have Echoes in His Past" (front page, April 22): "Consider two contrasting images coming out of Oklahoma in recent weeks: "stacks of public school textbooks, tattered and worn , because of deep cuts in education spending, and the grand Oklahoma City house of the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, Scott Pruitt, when he was a state senator.
  • JK political activist killed, 2 cops injured in firing by militants

    JK political activist killed, 2 cops injured in firing by militants

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    Imtiyaz Ahmad Zargar and Bilal Ahmad Mir, Patel's personal security officers, sustained bullet injuries and were shifted to a hospital. They were immediately rushed to the hospital where Patel was declared dead. The police sources said that a former state health department employee, Patel had joined Congress in 1991 and unsuccessfully contested both Lok Sabha and J&K Assembly elections a couple of times on party ticket and as independent.
  • Danish inventor given life for reporter's murder

    Danish inventor given life for reporter's murder

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    He was also found guilty of the indecent handling of a corpse and "sexual relations other than intercourse of a particularly risky nature", evidenced by stab wounds inside and outside Wall's genital area. After the autopsy report revealed no blunt trauma to her head, Mr Madsen said she died from toxic fumes that filled the vessel after a sudden drop in pressure while he was up on deck.