• Multiple deaths in Texas church shooting
Multiple deaths in Texas church shooting

The shooter has been "taken down", Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackett was quoted as saying by The Wilson County News . There are reports emerging from Texas of a mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. 5, 2017. The San Antonio FBI branch said its agents had been deployed while there was no indication of the gunman's...

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  • Do not forget to 'fall back' when it comes to time change this weekend
Do not forget to 'fall back' when it comes to time change this weekend

For early risers, they will see the sun a little earlier this Sunday as sunrise is set for 6:32 a.m. EST. "If you have a traditional nine-volt battery, we recommend that you change the battery twice a year", said Bath Township Fire Chief Joe Kitchen.

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  • Trump campaign aide Cater Page met Russian officials in 2016
Trump campaign aide Cater Page met Russian officials in 2016

Revelations that the attorney general was previously in a meeting with former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos and was told about Page's trips to Russian Federation have been raised by lawmakers as a subject of further inquiry. Patrick Leahy, a member of the committee, said. "I certainly think it's a legitimate area of inquiry" for congr...

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  • Chennai Braces For More Rain,10000 In Tamil Nadu Relief Camps: 10 Points
Chennai Braces For More Rain,10000 In Tamil Nadu Relief Camps: 10 Points

Thursday's rain was Chennai's third-highest in history in a single day for November, behind only 452.2mm in 1976 and 246.15mm in 2015. He had a message for the Chennai administrative authorities too."With the rains likely to continue, so much water logging already is not a great sign of preparedness".

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  • Daughter of Quaid, Dina Wadia passes away
Daughter of Quaid, Dina Wadia passes away

Ms Wadia was born around the midnight of August 14-15, 1919 in a cinema theatre in London where her parents, Jinnah and Rattanbai, were watching a film, quoting historian Stanley Wolpert, community website Parshi Khabar said. and Mrs. Jinnah , said: "Her father indulged her". "That is what I gleaned from the various letters written between Ruttie a...

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  • Congress to Vote on Resolution Supporting Balfour Declaration
Congress to Vote on Resolution Supporting Balfour Declaration

Israel views the pledge as the first global recognition granted to the Jewish people's desire to return to its historic homeland. The UK has rejected calls to apologise and has said it is proud of its role. It wasn't a tragedy. Lord Harding, permanent under-secretary 100 years ago, was not unsympathetic to the Zionist cause, but opposed the decla...

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  • Trump recalls little of Russian Federation meeting
Trump recalls little of Russian Federation meeting

Papadopoulos has pleaded guilty for making a false statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about contacts with people connected with the Russian government. This is not the first time lawmakers have accused Sessions of withholding information from congressional testimony about interactions with or about Russians while working with th...

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  • United States anti-Iran sanctions backfired: Shamkhani
United States anti-Iran sanctions backfired: Shamkhani

President Trump in October refused to recertify the 2015 nuclear deal, one of the landmark achievements of the Obama administration, under which Iran agreed to increased global inspection of nuclear sites in exchange for a range of economic sanctions being lifted.

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  • Rajkot T20I: New Zealand win toss and elect to bat against India
Rajkot T20I: New Zealand win toss and elect to bat against India

The comprehensive 53-run victory in the series opener at Delhi has put India firmly in the position to take a 2-0 lead at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Kandheri. The Indian innings ended at 156 for 7 in 20 overs. Medium-pacer Jasprit Bumrah also bowled well, conceding just 23 runs in his four overs. He became the first player ...

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  • George HW Bush Openly Criticizes Trump in New Book
George HW Bush Openly Criticizes Trump in New Book

After a year of holding back any firm praise for President Donald Trump , George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush may be letting their true feelings about the man be known. It reminds one of that old joke of a more genteel time in which the most offensive thing one could say to someone was a forceful "good day!"...and if that didn't work, a follow...

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  • Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri Announces Sudden Resignation
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri Announces Sudden Resignation

The two-time premier, whose father Rafik held the same position for years and was assassinated in 2005, accused Iran and its powerful Lebanese Shiite ally Hezbollah of seeking hegemony in the region. A UN-backed tribunal has charged five Hezbollah members over the killing. His attacks on Hezbollah come on the heels of new USA sanctions on the gr...

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  • KSP: Sen. Rand Paul victim of assault
KSP: Sen. Rand Paul victim of assault

Steve Scalise . The statement said Paul was " blindsided " by the assault but Cooper did not provide further details. Boucher is being held at the Warren County Detention Center on $5,000 bond. An ophthalmologist, he represents Kentucky in the US Senate and is the son of former Congressman Ron Paul, who ran for president several times. Police r...

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  • Contract employee identified as culprit for Trump's Twitter account disappearance
Contract employee identified as culprit for Trump's Twitter account disappearance

The company later posted a statement saying the president's "account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error by a Twitter employee". A Twitter customer support employee performed the community service on his last day. Where were you when you heard that Trump's twitter account had been deleted? Trump's official White House account, @POTUS...

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  • Long-term space travel changes brain structure of astronauts
Long-term space travel changes brain structure of astronauts

Sixteen of the participants had been part of long-duration missions aboard the International Space Station (six-months in microgravity, on average) while the other eighteen were part of short-duration missions aboard space shuttle flights (two weeks, on average).

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  • Saudi Arabia says it intercepts missile close to capital
Saudi Arabia says it intercepts missile close to capital

A loud explosion has been heard near Riyadh's airport, with unconfirmed reports saying Saudi Arabia intercepted a ballistic missile from Yemen . A long-range ballistic missile was sacked at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, the Houthi TV channel Al-Masirah reported.

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  • One Dead, Two Injured in Starbucks Shooting in Uptown Chicago
One Dead, Two Injured in Starbucks Shooting in Uptown Chicago

Broadway, according to Chicago police and fire officials. The second man, 24, was shot in the left side and taken in serious condition to Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital. The suspect is still at large, Buslik said. Police said the shooting "stemmed from a possible drug transition" and is not believed to be random. An altercation on a Chica...

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  • Farmers central to plan for food processing, says PM Modi
Farmers central to plan for food processing, says PM Modi

On the first day of the World Food India Conference, the State government signed two agreements and on Saturday, it is expected to sign another ten agreements. Organised by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, the event will be the largest gathering of investors, manufacturers, producers, food processors, policy makers, and organisations fro...

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  • Terrorist killed, soldier martyred in ongoing encounter in J&K's Pulwama
Terrorist killed, soldier martyred in ongoing encounter in J&K's Pulwama

No one was immediately reported injured in the clashes. The official twitter handle of Jammu and Kashmir police said said that the slain militant was identified as Badar of JeM. Separatist groups have for years been fighting Indian soldiers deployed in the region, demanding that Kashmir be given independence or merged with Pakistan.

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  • U.S. strikes IS in Somalia for first time
U.S. strikes IS in Somalia for first time

Africa Command officials said. ISIS has had a foothold in Somalia since 2015, when a small group of militants led by Abdulqadir Mumin, a dual Somali-British citizen, broke away from Al Shabab and pledged allegiance to the Islamic State. In April, President Donald Trump deployed USA troops to Somalia for the first time in 20 years. In May, IS sa...

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  • Spain mulls int'l arrest warrant for Puigdemont
Spain mulls int'l arrest warrant for Puigdemont

The judge rejected a request from the former Catalan leader, who is considering standing in a snap election in Catalonia next month, to testify via video conference from Belgium. Asked if Puigdemont will remain in Belgium, Bekaert said: "Of course". His passport was confiscated and he needs to show up in court regularly as the rebellion, sedition a...

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