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  • Searchers find second human skull in rural western Missouri

    Searchers find second human skull in rural western Missouri

    Kevin Tieman, of the Cass County Sheriff's Office, said Wednesday evening. Yust has also been questioned in the disappearance of Kara Kopetsky - a former girlfriend - who was last seen at Belton High School in May 2007. Another woman, Kara Kopetsky, has been missing since 2007. The same report quotes the witness as they tell police Yust confessed to them that he had "killed people".

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  • EU ambassador denounces Israel's West Bank demolitions policy

    Israeli media reported that an Israeli soldier was killed in the incident, while another soldier was injured. An IDF soldier was murdered and another was wounded in a Palestinian vehicular terror attack in Samaria . Most of the Palestinians killed were carrying out knife, gun or car-ramming attacks, according to Israeli authorities. During the raid, Israeli forces detained several youths in a local house for few hours and threatened to shoot them if they continue raising the ...

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  • Girl living with monkeys rescued

    Girl living with monkeys rescued

    The Times of India writes the apparently feral child can not speak, does not appear to understand language and walks on her hands and feet. He spotted the girl sitting happily among the group of monkeys in the sanctuary. She was surrounded by three monkeys . The girl was found two months ago, she eats and walks like an animal, and flees when seeing humans, Dr. D.K.

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  • China, Europe urged to lead on climate

    China, Europe urged to lead on climate

    Directs EPA to begin an administrative review of both the Clean Power Plan and the Section 111 (b) Rule, which sets greenhouse gas emission reduction requirements for new, modified, and reconstructed power plants. It puts you in the U.S. in the predicament of having to adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change without the help of your own Federal government.

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  • UN secretary-general visits Iraq amid 'dire humanitarian situation'

    UN secretary-general visits Iraq amid 'dire humanitarian situation'

    After his arrival in Baghdad, Guterres met Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, President Fuad Masum, parliament speaker Salim al-Juburi and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari. The UN said earlier this month that some 600,000 civilians were still in west Mosul , 400,000 of them trapped in siege-like conditions in the Old City.

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  • State begins new push to stop distracted driving

    What we've got to remember, whether it's because the law says it or because it's a matter of public safety, is that we've got to slow down. They're imploring motorists in the state to keep their eyes on the road and focus on driving, after there were nearly 50,000 crashes in Florida past year that involved distracted driving.

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  • Most Fed officials consider reduce balance sheet later this year: Minutes

    The most recent projections from the Federal Open Market Committee, which sets the Fed's benchmark rates, were for a total of three rate hikes in 2017. The Fed's dual mandates are to achieve maximum employment and moderate inflation. -"People interpret balance sheet run off to mean less hikes", said Priya Misra, head of global rate strategy at TD Securities.

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  • Homeowner Kills Intruder Taking Shower

    Homeowner Kills Intruder Taking Shower

    CBS affiliate KIRO reports that officials say they arrested the homeowner after he shot an intruder, who was taking a shower. Chief Deputy Spurling said Fanning returned to his main residence, where he got a Smith and Wesson.45-caliber handgun.

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  • Susan Rice: It's 'absolutely false' Obama officials unmasked names for political purposes

    Susan Rice: It's 'absolutely false' Obama officials unmasked names for political purposes

    The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations says there's no question that Russian Federation interfered with the presidential election and that Trump will take strong action against Russian Federation after the investigations are done. Brit Hume commentary on Susan Rice's role in "unmasking" the names of Trump transitions officials caught up in what would be normal surveillance of other figures.

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  • Xbox One update brings the new Beam dashboard online

    Xbox One update brings the new Beam dashboard online

    The game icon itself is smaller, while community hooks like Clubs, Groups and Achievements are more visible. Paint is already quite popular with the Windows users and with these new features, the user can create a 3D image from scratch, add more colours to the image an even stamp on fresh textures.

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  • Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to S. Korea

    Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to S. Korea

    Japan argued that the statue, installed by a private-sector group, went against the spirit of the December 2015 bilateral agreement that was to have been the "final, irreversible resolution" of the issue concerning Korean women forced to provide sex to Japanese soldiers before and during World War II.

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  • IISC Tops NIRF Ranking; IIT Madras at Second Slot

    The statement released by varsity said that this marks a significant progress by the University of Kashmir in the last three years in the standard parameters used for the ranking. "Policy regarding the same will be announced soon to encourage the spirit of competition and ultimately enhance the quality of education being imparted by the institutions across the country", he said.

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  • Manafort pushes back on report he worked to help Putin's government

    It's no secret Manafort has connections to pro-Russian politicians and groups, but this new report directly contradicts claims from the White House and from Manafort that he never promoted Russia's global interests. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Comey declined to say whether the FBI is coordinating with Ukraine on an investigation of the alleged payments to Manafort.

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  • IS fighters in Mosul provoking coalition strikes on civilians: US military

    He said militants are "smuggling civilians so we won't see them" into buildings and then attempting to draw an attack. "Our goal is and has always been zero civilian casualties, but there is a legal and moral imperative to protect our own forces and accomplish the mission against an evil enemy that is equally as important as protecting civilians", he said.

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  • Senate GOP needs Pence to break tie on family planning funds

    Senate GOP needs Pence to break tie on family planning funds

    Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska voted against allowing the legislation to move forward and then against the bill itself. The rule prohibits states from withholding family-planning funding from providers for reasons other than their ability to offer family-planning services.

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  • US wants China to take action to stop North Korea nuke tests

    The South Korean military expects a nuclear test in the near future; however, they suspect the North may carry out a " different type " of nuclear test this time around. Trump will follow through with either threat . Among those designated are Jang Sung Nam, chief of a Chinese branch of the Tangun Trading Corp., which was sanctioned in 2009 for its involvement in North Korea's WMD and missile programs.

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  • Knicks' Rose out for season with torn meniscus

    Knicks' Rose out for season with torn meniscus

    Thus ends a star-crossed season that began with a rape trial and pretty much sucked in a way that only a Knicks season can suck. Rose has missed the past two games with what had been termed a sore left knee. these days. He missed the entire 2012-13 season, played only 10 games the following season, and missed substantial time in every season since. The inability to stay healthy forced the Bulls to deal Rose to the Knicks during the 2016 draft.

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  • US, UK To Ban Electronics On Certain Flights

    US, UK To Ban Electronics On Certain Flights

    Transport Canada has told CHCH that they are in close contact with US security officials and will make a decision shortly. "We recommend that passengers do not bring large personal electronic devices if possible". Royal Jordanian Airlines told passengers yesterday that medical devices were still allowed. All such devices must be placed in the hold luggage and checked-in.

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  • Kim Jong-nam's remains arrive in North Korea

    Malaysian police investigating what US and South Korean officials say was an assassination carried out by North Korean agents at Kuala Lumpur's airport took statements from the three suspects before they were allowed to leave the country. But on Friday, in the wake of the larger political deal with North Korea, Mr Khalid said authorities recorded statements from the men and then released them.

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  • Merkel challenger seeks to move past deflating state vote

    Merkel challenger seeks to move past deflating state vote

    Her center-left challenger in Germany's national election later this year vowed not to be put off his stride by a deflating result. Energized by the candidacy of former European Parliament president Martin Schulz, the Social Democrats headed into the ballot in the state of Saarland with a poll bounce.

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  • Gov't Watchdog To Examine Cost Of Trump's Florida Travel

    Treasury to avoid conflicts of interest. WASHINGTON ― The main independent investigative arm of Congress will dig into whether President Donald Trump has set up proper security precautions at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and if his hotel business is turning over profits received from foreign governments, as he promised.

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  • Google makes changes to streamline Hangouts, Gmail

    Google makes changes to streamline Hangouts, Gmail

    Google Chat's functionality included allowing users to create virtual chat rooms for projects, and the G Suite integration allowed users to easily share documents, photos and videos along with supporting bots, custom scripting and third-party apps.

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  • Coaches: Carolina Final Four advantage to fade after tipoff

    Coaches: Carolina Final Four advantage to fade after tipoff

    Martin may be embracing South Carolina's first Final Four run even more than this players. The Gamecocks face Florida State on Sunday night with a trip to the Final Four on the line. " You have to put the ball in the basket". Former Gonzaga players cheer as Zags. She transferred from Georgia Tech for the chance to do something special.

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  • Duterte to US: Why didn't you send armada vs China islands?

    Duterte to US: Why didn't you send armada vs China islands?

    The think tank cited satellite images taken this month, which its director, Greg Poling, said showed new radar antennae on Fiery Cross and Subi. Each of the islands has new aircraft hangers, capable of holding 24 military aircraft, as well as several larger hangars that can hold bombers or surveillance planes, said the report .

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  • Rajya Sabha Passes Finance Bill With Amendments

    Rajya Sabha Passes Finance Bill With Amendments

    Under Article 110 of the Indian Constitution, a bill introduced in the Lok Sabha may be deemed a Money Bill - and bypass debate in the Rajya Sabha - if it falls under six broad categories of financial legislation, including the imposition or regulation of taxes and the regulation of government borrowing.

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  • Euro may tumble to 15-year low if Le Pen wins

    Paris and Moscow should establish a strategic partnership in counterterrorism and energy spheres, and Le Pen called for comprehensive strategic partnership between Paris and Moscow: "First of all, it is necessary to establish cooperation between France and Russian Federation, both in the field of culture, energy and trade".

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  • Ford recalls 570K vehicles for fire risk, door latch trouble

    Ford recalls 570K vehicles for fire risk, door latch trouble

    The company will recall certain versions of the 2014 Ford Escape, 2014 and 2015 Ford Fiesta ST, 2013 and 2014 Ford Fusion and 2013 and 2015 Ford Transit Connect. Pawl spring tabs in the interior door-latch pulls can break, which means the door may not be secured even if it seems to be closed, the company said.

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  • Coach Danny Blind sacked by Holland following defeat to Bulgaria

    The gamble to cap the teenager may have backfired but the federation backed Blind on this decision. "To qualify for Russian Federation will be very complicated", admitted star midfielder Wesley Sneijder. After the match Blind questioned whether he was still the man for the job. Danny Blind has been sacked as Netherlands head coach, the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) have confirmed.

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  • Severe storms bring golf ball-sized hail to Texas

    Severe storms bring golf ball-sized hail to Texas

    An active jet stream pattern will lead to multiple waves of severe thunderstorms this week and potentially into next weekend, said weather.com meteorologist Chris Dolce. They said that could carry the threat for severe storms, but it is too far out to specify hazards. But many people do not pay as much attention to a severe thunderstorm warning as a tornado warning, saying, "it's just a severe thunderstorm warning".

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  • Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm advance to semifinals of Match Play

    Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm advance to semifinals of Match Play

    Rahm's hot play shouldn't surprise anyone; he won his first career PGA Tour event at the Farmers Insurance Open in January and almost won the WGC Mexico Championship, where he finished third earlier this month. His tee shot on the par-3 11th hit the rocks and went into the water. He was 2-down through 15 and had a chance to cut the margin on 16, but missed an eagle putt that would have won the hole.

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  • Iran To Sanction 15 US Companies For Israel Ties

    Iran To Sanction 15 US Companies For Israel Ties

    However, this decision is largely symbolic because these companies do not do business with Iran. It was not immediately clear if any of the companies, which included defense technology firm Raytheon, had any dealings with Iran or whether they would be affected in any way by Tehran's action, which IRNA said would include seizure of their assets and a ban on contacts with them.

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  • Central Moscow in Navalny Protest Lockdown - Media Blacked Out

    Central Moscow in Navalny Protest Lockdown - Media Blacked Out

    On Friday, senior Russian police official Alexander Gorovoi warned that authorities will "bear no responsibility for any possible negative consequences" for people who do show up. "Shame!" joined in a small group of pensioners. Navalny, a 40-year-old lawyer by training announced plans to run for the presidency after he won a surprise 27 percent of the vote in the Moscow mayoral election in 2013.

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