• Georgia 6th: What they are saying about Handel's win
Georgia 6th: What they are saying about Handel's win

With nearly all votes counted, Ms Handel looked set to win the district with 53 per cent of the vote, with 30-year-old Mr Ossoff taking 47 per cent. They fell short in other special congressional elections earlier this year in Kansas and Montana. Republicans were expected to be the majority of early ballots, but Ossoff supporters cast alm...

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  • Inmates accused of killing two prison guards face murder charges
Inmates accused of killing two prison guards face murder charges

Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Stephen Bradley said it is very clearly a death penalty case. Escaped inmates Ricky Dubose and Donnie Rowe appeared in a Georgia courtroom for a hearing Wednesday morning. Rowe, a repeat offender now serving life without parole, was imprisoned after being convicted on charges of armed robbery and aggrav...

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  • DUP warns government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'
DUP warns government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'

Mrs May said the Speech would be about "recognising and grasping the opportunities that lie ahead for the United Kingdom as we leave the European Union " and "delivering a Brexit deal that works for all parts of the UK while building a stronger, fairer country by strengthening our economy, tackling injustice and promoting opportunity and aspirat...

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  • Kushner heading to Mideast on quest for Israeli-Palestinian peace deal
Kushner heading to Mideast on quest for Israeli-Palestinian peace deal

Kushner first met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu , along with U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, Israeli envoy in Washington Ron Dermer and American Mideast envoy Jason Greenblatt , at Netanyahu's office in Jerusalem.

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  • U.S. coroner studies N.Korea captive's death
U.S. coroner studies N.Korea captive's death

Chairman of Armed Services Committee, John McCain , says U.S. should not "tolerate murder of citizens by hostile powers". He said he was kept isolated most of the time but not physically abused. Roughly three years before he was taken prisoner in North Korea , Otto Warmbier spoke to his graduating high school class about persevering through...

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  • Jose Mourinho hid profits in Irish shell company, claim Spanish tax authorities
Jose Mourinho hid profits in Irish shell company, claim Spanish tax authorities

Those include Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo , who played under Mr Mourinho and shares the same agent. Madrid president Florentino Perez defended the superstar on Monday and insisted he would not be letting his prized asset leave unless a club can meet his €1billion buyout clause.

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  • Typically Trump-Friendly 'Fox and Friends' Questions President's Twitter Habits
Typically Trump-Friendly 'Fox and Friends' Questions President's Twitter Habits

In May, ABC News reported that Rosenstein was displeased with the White House portrayal of former FBI Director James Comey's firing as originating from him and was on the verge of resigning, according to an administration source. Meanwhile, Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner , may be getting new legal representation a...

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  • Man Tasered by police at London Central Mosque
Man Tasered by police at London Central Mosque

The family's 12-year-old son, Nadeem, said : "I was on my bike and he just came up to me and said, 'Inbred.' Just out there [on the road]". "By God's grace, we managed to surround him and to protect him from any harm". "I called police because I saw a random van in my cul-de-sac with someone drunk in it and the door open", Mr Gardiner, who lives...

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  • U.S. shoots down pro-Syrian regime drone, military says
U.S. shoots down pro-Syrian regime drone, military says

Today, an US F-15E fighter jet has shot down a pro-Syrian regime drone over the At Tanf area. On Monday, Russia condemned that strike as a "flagrant violation of global law" and said its forces will treat US -led coalition aircraft and drones as targets if they are operating in Syrian airspace west of the Euphrates River while Russian avi...

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  • China tried but failed to help on North Korea
China tried but failed to help on North Korea

American student Otto Warmbier , center, is escorted at the Supreme Court in Pyongyang , North Korea , Wednesday, March 16, 2016. Although a senior White House official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the United States had limited options to rein in North Korea without Chinese assistance.

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  • 'Day of Rage' planned in protest at Queen's Speech
'Day of Rage' planned in protest at Queen's Speech

Armed police were spotted at Westminster on Wednesday morning preparing security measures for the protest. The demonstrations are to take place on the day Prime Minister Theresa May sets out her legislative programme for the next two years in a Queen's Speech expected to be dominated by Brexit.

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  • US Navy says bodies of sailors found on ship
US Navy says bodies of sailors found on ship

Navy divers found a number of sailors' bodies Sunday aboard the stricken USS Fitzgerald that collided with a container ship Saturday in the busy sea off Japan . The Fitzgerald's commanding officer, Commander Bryce Benson , and two other US sailors were injured in the collision and were taken by helicopter to a naval hospital in...

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  • Man waving shoehorn outside London Central Mosque tasered and arrested
Man waving shoehorn outside London Central Mosque tasered and arrested

Osborne was arrested on several counts, including suspicion of murder. Nine others were taken to three London hospitals and two were treated for minor injuries at the scene, outside Muslim Welfare House, near Finsbury Park Mosque. "When he came in the landlord said he was on his own and started shouting "I'll kill every f****** Muslim". Darren Os...

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  • United Kingdom police studying cause of death of man in mosque attack
United Kingdom police studying cause of death of man in mosque attack

The anger on the streets surrounding the Finsbury Park Mosque were palpable in the afternoon hours of Monday, as warm temperatures hit an unusual 32 degrees Celsius. Since the London Bridge attack earlier this month, police say hate crimes against Muslims have increased five-fold. Witnesses described hearing the driver, who was detained by member...

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  • Kushner arrives to try for Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough
Kushner arrives to try for Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough

The Trump administration has placed a high premium on restarting Mideast peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, repeatedly referring to a final-status agreement as "the ultimate deal". Before their meeting in the capital, Kushner visited the mourning family of slain Border Police officer St. -Sgt-Maj. Malka wrestled with the man for se...

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  • US current account deficit expands to $116.8 billion
US current account deficit expands to $116.8 billion

The current account deficit which was represented in the first-quarter was 2.5% of GDP, up from 2.4 percent in the fourth quarter. Imports of crude oil, vehicle parts, and factory supplies were seen as drivers of the deficit. The deficit on secondary income, USA government grants, pensions, fines and penalties, and worker remittances fell to $25....

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  • More Americans Are Still Awaiting Freedom In North Korea
More Americans Are Still Awaiting Freedom In North Korea

He was detained in North Korea on suspicion of "hostile acts" and CNN reports he was very interested in helping North Korea improve its agricultural output. In a news conference before Warmbier's death, they said they could not speculate on the cause of his condition. "But you also don't want to allow for blackmail...by giving North Korea a...

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  • Germany edge Australia at Confederations Cup
Germany edge Australia at Confederations Cup

The German national team, despite the fact that for the entire period of its existence took many more titles than their rival, I remembered only one and only performance in the Confederations Cup in 2005, which ended with bronze for the Germans.

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  • Big Bang's Taeyang named honorary ambassador for PyeongChang Winter Olympics
Big Bang's Taeyang named honorary ambassador for PyeongChang Winter Olympics

Taeyang , like other members, has carved out a successful solo career, and has also performed in the duo GD X Taeyang with fellow BIGBANG member G-Dragon. "He will help us reach out to a younger audience that we want to engage and excite around winter sports". Taeyang is scheduled to attend the official appointment ceremony on Wednesday at the Fo...

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  • US Strikes on Syrian Jet, Drone Mean 'Open Complicity With Terrorists' - Moscow
US Strikes on Syrian Jet, Drone Mean 'Open Complicity With Terrorists' - Moscow

There are so many competing groups in Syria that it's rarely possible for a force to move against another without bringing them into conflict with some third faction. US -led coalition aircraft will be "tracked by the Russian ground and air anti-aircraft defense systems as air targets in the areas where Russian aviation is on combat mission...

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