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MS-13, which started in Los Angeles in the 1980s, has grown into a cross-border criminal organization with leadership in El Salvador that has 30,000 members worldwide and 10,000 in the United States , the U.S. A WLJA report from February of this year described an MS-13 leader who pimped out a number of underage girls from different states. He has also labeled larger groups of immigrants who come to the USA illegally as criminals.
  • Soros Foundation to leave Hungary

    Soros Foundation to leave Hungary

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    The decision to move operations from Budapest is justified by the fact that the Hungarian government "is ready to impose additional restrictions on non-governmental organizations through what it called the package of legislation " Stop Soros ".
  • Hawaii Volcano Show No Signs of Abating With Fissures Rising to 19

    Hawaii Volcano Show No Signs of Abating With Fissures Rising to 19

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    Close-up footage of the sixteenth fissure that has formed since Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano erupted was captured on video on Saturday, May 12. SO2 can be carried with wind, or, cover an area with no wind. "There was a extremely thick layer of mud on our automobiles, and on our decks, and such so you may see and really feel it", she mentioned. After the fissure became active enough to cause concern, officials ordered everyone in the area to evacuate and warned volcanic activity across the ...
  • A march in rememberance of suspect

    A march in rememberance of suspect

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    Now, a coroner has announced that he died of asphyxiation due to pressure applied to his neck. According to reports, Robinson's death was caused by "significant" trauma to his neck consistent with compressional asphyxia, Dr. "An independent set of eyes is appropriate", Lopinto said. He said it was too early to conclude whether a choke hold was used during the struggle, adding that Robinson's history of asthma may have played a role in his death.
  • North Korea threatens to cancel summit with USA over military drills

    North Korea threatens to cancel summit with USA over military drills

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    The reporters will then be transported by a chartered train to the nuclear test site in Punggye-ri. The Trump administration argues that it will only negotiate with North Korea "The complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantling" of its nuclear program, something that regime has always refused to consider essential to its survival.
  • Co-pilot almost sucked through cockpit window after it shatters

    Co-pilot almost sucked through cockpit window after it shatters

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    Some 27 received medical check-ups at a hospital in Chengdu, where the plane made its emergency landing , according to the South China Morning Post. Sichuan Airlines , a regional company based in Chengdu, offers flights to domestic regions in China and various other worldwide locations, including Japan, Canada and the Czech Republic.
  • Why the US-China trade talks could hinge on ZTE

    Why the US-China trade talks could hinge on ZTE

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    The quickest way to combat the trade imbalance is with tariffs, but the danger of USA imposed tariffs is that China , among other countries, will react with their own tariffs, which will in turn spark an all-out trade war that threatens the health of the global economy.
  • Bridge over Kerch Strait is for Russians to abandon Crimea, says Poroshenko

    Bridge over Kerch Strait is for Russians to abandon Crimea, says Poroshenko

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    Russia's last tsar, Nicholas II first proposed such a bridge, but the outbreak of World War I prevented it going ahead. From the Tsarist era, then in the 1930s and then in the 1950s, an attempt was made to erect a similar work and only you made it possible now, said the Russian statesman to the mass of construction workers who attended the inauguration.
  • Oregon's Primary Election Is Today

    Oregon's Primary Election Is Today

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    If you are wondering where those are or have other questions, Betschart says to contact your county elections office . Pennsylvania's Primary Election is today. But in House District 23, which includes some rural areas of the county, incumbent Rep. Mike Nearman is facing a challenge from Kris Morse Bledsoe in the Republican primary and Danny Jaffer is running without opposition for the Democratic nod.
  • Afghan forces, United States airpower repel Taliban attack on provincial capital

    Afghan forces, United States airpower repel Taliban attack on provincial capital

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    Gen. Raz Mohammad Oryakhel, the commander for 207Zafar Military Corps, told Pajhwok Afghan News that militants launched a coordinated attack on the capital of Farah on 2am last night and entered parts of the city on 5pm Monday morning. Another provincial council member, Dadullah Qani, confirmed Hissaini's comments, the sound of gunfire and explosions audible as he spoke to an AFP reporter by telephone.
  • 'National Police Week' to honor fallen officers

    'National Police Week' to honor fallen officers

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    The Museum is working to expand and enrich the relationship shared by law enforcement and the community through the Museum's educational journeys, immersive exhibitions, and insightful programs. Clarinda Police Chaplain Dr. Richard Iske officiates the service, with the Clarinda American Legion Sergy Post 98 providing a volley salute and taps.
  • Pope prays for 'peace' not 'hatred' after church bombings

    Pope prays for 'peace' not 'hatred' after church bombings

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    The organization is known as the main supporter of the Islamic State militant group in Indonesia. Like AR, FS, and GA, who suddenly became orphans, Ais, 8, the daughter of alleged suicide bomber Tri Murtiono, 50, also lost parents and two brothers during the suicide attack that involved two motorcycles at Surabaya police headquarters on Monday.
  • First Lady Melania Trump Hospitalized After Treatment For Kidney Condition

    First Lady Melania Trump Hospitalized After Treatment For Kidney Condition

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    The first lady's office said in a statement that the procedure was "successful and there were no complications". Rogers calls her benign kidney condition rare, but treated with a very routine procedure. She was last seen in public on Wednesday at a White House event where she joined the president to honor military mothers and spouses for Mother's Day.
  • Malaysia: Ex-prime minister Najib faces new corruption complaints

    Malaysia: Ex-prime minister Najib faces new corruption complaints

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    Companies with ties to either former prime minister Najib Razak's BN or Mahathir's Pakatan Harapan (PH) might also get some trading interest. Lim was one of three ministers announced by Dr Mahathir yesterday, three days after the PH coalition swept to power in a stunning win at the general election .
  • EPL: Manchester City Broke 7 Records To Win

    EPL: Manchester City Broke 7 Records To Win

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    After such an achievement, the City squad no doubt deserve to celebrate their success with the same level of flair they showcased in pulling it off. Speaking to SSN reporter Ben Ransom, Kompany said: "We had a good season last season but these things take time".
  • Palestinians count dead after day of carnage on Gaza border

    Palestinians count dead after day of carnage on Gaza border

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    The BBC reports that Palestinians hurled stones and incendiary devices, while the Israeli military used tear gas and live fire from snipers. An estimated 35,000 Palestinians gathered on the edges of Gaza as the US Embassy opened in Jerusalem , fanning out along the fence in the largest demonstrations yet.
  • Despite preliminary election result loss, Abadi says ready to form government

    Despite preliminary election result loss, Abadi says ready to form government

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    While Sadr is unlikely to totally disavow any of Iraq's allies, both the USA and Iran will be sad to see more easily controlled leaders replaced with more independent ones, and that could have a long-term drag on relations. "He chose to surround himself with Dawa people", said political analyst Hisham al-Hashimi. In Sadr City, a poor, sprawling area of eastern Baghdad, Ramadan Mohsen, 50, told the Associated Press he had cast a blank vote because "the candidates have not done anything for ...
  • Will States Win Big with Legal Sports Gambling?

    Will States Win Big with Legal Sports Gambling?

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    Sen. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort, was quick to say , "I told them so", pointing to a measure he filed last September to allow sports gambling in Kentucky should the court allow it. Millonzi said this decision creates a lot of potential for bars to make money. Degliomini said New Yorkers might be able to legally bet on sports as soon as this fall.
  • Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner In Israel Ahead Of US Embassy Opening

    Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner In Israel Ahead Of US Embassy Opening

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    Abbas, who for years had banked on the U.S. to persuade Israel to cede land for a Palestinian state, felt betrayed and halted contacts with the Trump administration. There were already tensions in the weeks before the embassy move. The announcement does not concern Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem, where responding to protests is the responsibility of the police.