• Toddler's remains found in concrete at home
Toddler's remains found in concrete at home

Carl Brewer, the former mayor of a Wichita politician, confirmed Evan was his grandson Tuesday. He added that they can not "begin to make sense of this tragedy" and requested prayers and privacy for the family. Wichita police, along with the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office, repeatedly attempted to serve the order to Miller. "Very heavy. Took ...

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  • North Korea promises more 'gift packages' for US
North Korea promises more 'gift packages' for US

He said quote "the USA will receive more gift packages from Pyongyang.as long as it relies on reckless provocations and futile attempts to put pressure on North Korea". That suggestion was slammed by China, North Korea's biggest trading partner, which called it " unacceptable " and " unfair ". - North Korea considers its Nuclear tests as gif...

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  • Conservative MEP secures Irish passport because he is 'ashamed to be British'
Conservative MEP secures Irish passport because he is 'ashamed to be British'

Theresa May's spokeswoman suggested that negotiators were ready to discuss elements of the UK's ties other than the Northern Ireland border, the rights of European Union citizens and the UK's divorce bill. A report by The Irish Times quoted Paul Dwyer as saying: "There are concerns from the business and cyber security communities about the implic...

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  • Mayor: Chicago students welcome as Trump ending DACA program
Mayor: Chicago students welcome as Trump ending DACA program

The nation's third largest school district sent a letter to parents and students reminding them that ICE agents can not come into any CPS school without a warrant. "Convenient and reliable transportation is an important factor in a student's success in the classroom", Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement. He touted rising test scores and graduati...

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  • Huntsville woman weighs in on move to end DACA
Huntsville woman weighs in on move to end DACA

A talking points memo sent to Capitol Hill staffers on Tuesday evening suggests that the administration is ready and willing to deport 689,821 DACA recipients if they don't leave first. The president authorized DACA in June 2012 to protect so-called " Dreamers ", children under the age of 16 without serious criminal histories who were brought...

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  • High Court challenge underway to block same-sex marriage postal vote
High Court challenge underway to block same-sex marriage postal vote

Andrew Wilkie said: "I have consistently advocated against executive overreach of the kind we see with the postal vote on marriage equality". "Australians, particularly young Australians, don't send much snail mail any more, so we're hoping this game helps people practice going postal before the big vote", he continued.

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  • Palestinian family evicted from Jerusalem home of 50 years
Palestinian family evicted from Jerusalem home of 50 years

Israeli police have evicted a Palestinian family from an East Jerusalem home at the centre of an historic property dispute. Under Israeli law, Jews are allowed to claim property that they have abandoned before 1948. Worldwide law views the West Bank and East Jerusalem as "occupied territories" and considers all Jewish settlement-building activi...

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  • Israel begins massive drills with anti-Hezbollah simulations
Israel begins massive drills with anti-Hezbollah simulations

During that time, Hezbollah entrenched itself in Lebanese politics. Such costumes and props are part of a new army program known as "Red Containers". Set up in 1978, UNIFIL was beefed up after the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah, tasked with guaranteeing a ceasefire and Israeli withdrawal from a demilitarized zone on the Israeli-Lebanese ...

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  • Starbucks' legendary pumpkin spice latte finally debuts in Singapore on Sept 6
Starbucks' legendary pumpkin spice latte finally debuts in Singapore on Sept 6

And the drink's return is inspiring strong reactions. Customers could start ordering their lattes at some locations before that date, on September 1, Starbucks said. But regardless of when they are sold, the pumpkin spice latte is big business for the coffee giant. As for me, I'll be eating as much regular whipped cream as I can get my hands on...

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  • Environment Canada ends severe thunderstorm watch for Toronto, GTA
Environment Canada ends severe thunderstorm watch for Toronto, GTA

The warning lasts until 6:30 p.m. Severe thunderstorm warnings continue for Genesee, northwestern Wyoming, south-central Orleans and northeastern Erie counties. The weather service said strong thunderstorms could carry wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour, as well as pea size hail. Expect wind damage to trees and power lines.

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  • School District Apologizes After Teacher Bans 'Make America Great Again' Shirts
School District Apologizes After Teacher Bans 'Make America Great Again' Shirts

She tossed two students from her class for wearing "Make America Great Again" t-shirts, which she compared to a neo-Nazi slogan. The teacher said, "you can not wear a swastika to school" and when asked why she responded, "because it says "Make America Great Again" - the neo-Nazis".

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  • War-Ravaged Syria on Verge of Historic World Cup Qualification
War-Ravaged Syria on Verge of Historic World Cup Qualification

Syria's goals from Tamer Mohamad and Al Soma were the first conceded in the final round by already qualified Iran , who were playing in their fortress Azadi Stadium. "I am very proud of my players", Syria coach Ayman Hakeem said. If the Saudis and Australians both win, the World Cup spot will depend on goal difference.

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  • End Of DACA Brings Uncertainty To Thousands Of Kentuckians
End Of DACA Brings Uncertainty To Thousands Of Kentuckians

Immigrants and activists gathered outside Trump Tower Tuesday to protest the president's decision to rescind a program created to protect people who came to the country illegally as children. "We need to end it permanently, forever", said Vinitia Trivedi, who lives in San Diego. The decision to roll back protection for these almost 800,000 ...

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  • Aveva to merge with Schneider in £3bn deal
Aveva to merge with Schneider in £3bn deal

It gave Aveva a bigger presence in sectors such as food and beverages and pharmaceuticals as well as in its strongholds in oil and gas, mining, and marine, he said. Combine this with Schneider's £550 million and the total represents about 1,014 pence per share. The value of the consideration shares to be issued to Schneider Electric is appr...

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  • Politico Poll: Majority of Americans Say Dreamers Should Stay
Politico Poll: Majority of Americans Say Dreamers Should Stay

The Trump Administration said the DACA phaseout will be carried out over a six-month period, which officials said is time enough for lawmakers to act. "It makes me very upset and what makes me more upset is having to explain that to my children who are born here", Sioux Falls community member, Olimpa Justice said.

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  • Trinity College climbs global rankings despite funding woes
Trinity College climbs global rankings despite funding woes

Both are now ranked joint third. The top 1,000 represents no more than 5 per cent of the 20,000 higher education institutions in the world. The University of Auckland has fallen to number 192 in the Times Higher Education rankings (file photo).

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  • Spanish Pronunciation
Spanish Pronunciation

Although the words we give to animal sounds are an example of onomatopoeia (onomatopoeia in Spanish), meaning words that are intended to imitate sounds, those sounds are not perceived the same in all languages ​​or all cultures. Keep in mind that some of these terms can vary by country, and that there may well be other terms in use. That should not...

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  • White dove; Does anybody Know? What is the origin of this song? | SpanishDict Answers
White dove; Does anybody Know? What is the origin of this song? | SpanishDict Answers

The mosaic cupola and high spire of the sacred place against the pale blue sky of the pre-dawn. The sun rises about minute seven. About fifteen, a bronze cast with about six for-real bullet holes from the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920). The mosaic of the dome and the tall tower in the sacred place against the blue sky of the dawn. The sun starts to...

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  • Gh / ght pronunciation | Caedmon's School of English
Gh / ght pronunciation | Caedmon's School of English

When we have the group of consonants "ght", and knowing that "gh" is mute, we will only pronounce the / t / (night, might, daughter, bought, fought). "Gh" is at the beginning of the word, we pronounce it as a / g / (ghost, ghetto)

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  • ED seizes Misa Bharti's Delhi farmhouse in money laundering case
ED seizes Misa Bharti's Delhi farmhouse in money laundering case

It is alleged that the brothers used 90 shell companies to launder money, and Misa and her husband were directors at one such firm, named Ms Mishail Printers and Packers Private Limited. According to ED, Misa Bharti and her husband were the directors of the company during the relevant period.Two entry operators, Surendra Jain and Virendra Jain, who...

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