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Armed Militia Is Holding Illegals From Mexico For Border Patrol

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Border Patrol said in six months they've encountered 114 different groups of more than 100 people illegally crossing into the U.S. After the third penetration mission for the drone, agents observed a group of 10 migrants making their way across the border in the same area surveilled by the drone. Read More »

South Africa church collapses killing 13 worshippers at Easter service

Heavy rainfall in the area has been partly blamed for the reason leading to the collapse. There were multiple reports of minor injuries, including people being cut by broken glass, according to medics. "This horrific accident has underlined the need for communal support during these most trying times ", Oliphant said. Congregants told eNCA on Friday afternoon that the collapse took place after a Passover service on Thursday night. Read More »

California couple who tortured their 13 children sentenced to life in prison

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The parents each spoke before the sentencing. When asked by the 911 dispatcher about her education, she said, "Our mother tells people we're in private school and she has a fake private school set up but we don't really do school". Most of the children ranging in age from 2 to 29 were severely underweight and hadn't bathed for months. In exchange for their admissions, the Riverside County District Attorney's Office dropped 11 counts of torture, seven counts of false imprisonment and five ... Read More »

Dad saves toddler from a wild dingo

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Paramedic Ben Du Toit says the dingo bit the toddler's neck and began dragging him away into the bush. "The parents awoke with the toddler crying and heard the crying getting further away from the campervan." The boy was treated by paramedics stationed on the island before an RACQ LifeFlight helicopter arrived about 2.30am. Read More »

Discredited liar Sarah Huckabee Sanders defends her constant lying

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But the example laid bare in Mueller's report - when she was still a deputy press secretary - is striking because Sanders fessed up to it. A reporter asked: "What led you and the White House to believe that he had lost the confidence of the rank and file of the Federal Bureau of Investigation when the Acting Director says it's exactly the opposite?" Lying to reporters is not a crime - although Sanders claimed to Mueller's agents that she did not intend to deceive. Read More »

Death toll tops 200 in battle for Libya's Tripoli

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As Haftar's forces continue their advance towards Tripoli and fighting continues for the control of the Libyan capital, GNA has stated that it would seek the prosecution of renegade military leader Khalifa Haftar in the International Criminal Court. Read More »

Conway Urges Congress to Impeach Trump: He's a 'Cancer'

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Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez declared on twitter that she will support a resolution demanding a new probe into whether President Trump should face impeachment after special counsel Robert Mueller's report . "It is our job as outlined in Article 1, Sec 2, Clause 5 of the US Constitution", Ocasio-Cortez tweeted , promising to sign on to impeachment proceedings led by fellow freshman Democrat Rep. Read More »

Customer pulled iguana from shirt, threw it at restaurant manager: OH police

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Painesville police said officers responded to a call of an unruly customer at the all-day breakfast joint just before noon on Tuesday. The Painesville Police Department said officers have been calling the iguana "Copper". Teeter was released on a $10,000 bond. Officers took the iguana, which they named "Copper", to the Lake County Humane Society for an evaluation by a veterinarian. Read More »

US handbags, shovels on $20b EU tariff list

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Tomato ketchup, handbags and video game consoles are among the United States imports facing EU tariffs, as the European bloc hit back in the latest twist in the transatlantic dispute over aircraft subsidies. The move is in retaliation in a long-running battle between the USA and EU around European aircraft subsidies, in which the World Trade Organisation (WTO) said that the subsidies have an adverse impact on the US. Read More »

Panel: Pilots won't need simulator training for Boeing jet

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Brand Finance, a UK-based consultancy that tracks the value of global brands, rejected the idea that Boeing should abandon the MAX brand but said its corporate reputation was in the firing line. International Shareholder Services and Glass Lewis said that investors should back a proposal to appoint a new independent chairman at Boeing's shareholder meeting on April 29. Read More »

Mueller discovered new ways Russian Federation attempted to interfere in the 2016 election

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At his press conference on Thursday morning, Attorney General William Barr "obscured and mischaracterized the bases upon which Mueller declined to reach a prosecutorial decision on whether President Trump committed the crime of obstruction", Asha Rangappa, a Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence agent from 2002 to 2005, wrote for the online forum Just Security . Read More »

Lyra McKee shooting: New IRA responsible for Derry killing, say police

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I can't imagine life without her, and yet now I must. They are experiencing the unthinkable loss of their daughter in the most heartbreaking circumstances. She tweeted: "I only knew her from online and a phone conversation after we were introduced by @GlasgaeLauraLee; she struck me as a thoughtful journalist unafraid to challenge her own beliefs". Read More »

Extinction Rebellion members chain themselves to premier's Montreal office

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It is now day four of disruption caused by the group Extinction Rebellion. Extinction Rebellion are demanding the Government take more radical action to tackle climate change. The protesters maintain that governments are not taking climate change seriously enough, and are demanding that a state of "climate and ecological emergency" be declared. Read More »

United States college student falls to her death taking selfie near cliff edge

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Andrea Norton , a srudent at Briar Cliff College died on the weekend when she slipped while taking a selfie . Her body was recovered after almost five hours with more than 60 responders helping. "It is with very heavy hearts that we confirm the sudden passing of Briar Cliff University's Andrea Norton ", the spokesperson said. The cliff is located in a popular hiking spot within the Ozark-St. Read More »

Northern Ireland riots: Woman, 29, shot dead as petrol bombs hurled

Footage shows rioters hurling petrol bombs, bricks and bottles at police vehicles, with armed officers deployed to the streets. Leona O'Neill, a reporter with the Belfast Telegraph, said she had been next to the woman when she was shot. Robin Swann, leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, said news of the death was "devastating". "No one wants to go back". A photograph of a Catholic priest waving a bloodstained handkerchief as he tried to help 17-year-old victim Jackie Duddy to safety ... Read More »

Burning of black Louisiana churches leads to hate crime charges

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Landry Parish". Freelance journalist Yashar Ali , with 395,000 followers, struck a similar tone, tweeting that the Notre Dame restoration "will be well funded" and urging support for the Louisiana churches. "He has been charged with hate crimes, but these churches need your help". The funding will be used to help rebuild the sanctuaries and purchase items lost in the fire, including pews, sound systems and musical instruments, according to the GoFundMe page . Read More »

Short-Circuit 'Likely Caused' Notre Dame Fire

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Remarkably, no one was killed in the blaze, which occurred during a Mass, after firefighters and church officials speedily evacuated everyone inside. "Deeply saddened by the awful fire that ravaged Notre-Dame de Paris, the emblematic heart of the capital, on behalf of all Monegasques, my family and in my own name, I offer an expression of our support and our solidarity", the 61-year old prince wrote. Read More »

Pelosi says socialism 'is not the view' of the Democratic Party

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He responded to a video of Pelosi diminishing the power of the progressives in her party and mocking them for being a small group. Tuition-free higher education, Medicare-for-all, and support for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal have all emerged as early litmus tests. Read More »

The Egyptian President to Stay in Power Until 2030

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The amendments are to be put to a public referendum whose date is to be announced on Wednesday. The changes would extend Sisi's current term to six years from four and then allow him to run again for a third term, which would last six years. Read More »

Justice Department expects to release Russian Federation report Thursday

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That could include the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in NY in which a Russian lawyer promised "dirt" on Clinton to senior campaign officials, as well as a secret January 2017 meeting in the Seychelles investigated as a possible attempt to set up a back channel between the incoming Trump administration and the Kremlin while Democrat Barack Obama was still president. Read More »

EU, Canada vow to protect their firms in Cuba

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European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland say the USA move "to renege on its longstanding commitment" to avert such legal action "is regrettable". The speech at the Bay of Pigs Veterans Association is to be delivered on the 58th anniversary of the failed U.S. invasion of the island in 1961, an attempt to overthrow the Cuban government. Read More »

Cave Diver Josh Bratchley Rescued From Tennessee Cave

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A press conference will be held later Wednesday. "In a cave like this, you're really on your own", Mr Sorenson said. "The diver was located and brought out of the cave by rescue divers!" they posted. Luckily for him, he is also very good at being rescued from caves. Responders on the scene learned a group of tourists from the United Kingdom had been diving in and exploring the Mill Pond Cave for the past few days. Read More »

Bahrain jails 138 for planning Iran-linked `terror` group

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The court also imposed heavy fines on 96 of the defendants, ordering each of them to pay 100,000 Bahraini dinars (265,235 United States dollars). The defendants were accused of attempting to form a terror group in the country backed by Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards , according to BNA. Read More »

Trump's advice to Boeing following fatal crashes: 'REBRAND'

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The U.S. was one of the last countries to ground the plane last month after a second deadly crash in Ethiopia , following by months a crash in Indonesia. Two days after the plane went down, he tweeted that these days jetliners are "becoming far too complex to fly". Trump complained last month about the level of automation on modern aircraft, saying the planes require " scientists from MIT " to pilot. Read More »

Today's Weather: Cloudy. And Expect Some Rain This Weekend

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We'll see rain Wednesday, as well, but that will be mostly in the evening. However as high pressure builds this week and southeasterly winds bring warmer air from mainland Europe, temperatures will quickly rise and there'll be plenty of dry and sunny weather expected across the United Kingdom, . Read More »

Fire erupts at Jerusalem's historic Al-Aqsa Mosque as Notre Dame burns

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As Tom O'Connor writes forNewsweek, the Notre-Dame fire "largely overshadowed" the smaller Al-Aqsa one, attracting an outpouring of global shock, grief and, in the days following the blaze, generous pledges of support . Since Israel occupied Jerusalem in 1967 the conflict has continued between Palestinians and Israelis, as the latter believe that the holy temple of Solomon is beneath the mosque. Read More »

Pete Buttigieg makes campaign stop in Marshalltown

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That man, Randall Terry, can be seen in a video captured by freelance Getty Images video producer Marcus DiPaola donning a "Mayor Pete" sign around his neck as he whips the other demonstrator, who is holding a cross on his back. "I view it differently". As a heckler shouted claims about Mr Buttigieg supporting "the murder of unborn babies", the 2020 candidate joked that "coffee after church gets a little rowdy sometimes". Read More »

Gunmen Pull Out Passengers From Bus, Kill 14 In Pakistan's Balochistan

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Around 15 to 20 unidentified gunmen in camouflage uniform stopped the bus, checked the ID cards of passengers, and offloaded about 16 of them, Inspector General of Police Mohsin Hassan Butt said. In his statement, Prime Minister Khan ordered authorities "to make every possible effort to identify and to bring the perpetrators of the barbaric act to justice". Read More »

European Unions Donald Tusk says dream of Brexit U-turn not dead

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I also can not agreed to accept a second category of membership. "Therefore I also ask you to reject similar ideas if they were to be voiced in this House". I fear that it will prolong the indecision. Addressing the European Parliament in Strasbourg this morning he said: "We are focusing on the very many other issues for our union". Read More »

Notre-Dame fire: Paris surveys aftermath of cathedral blaze

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The fire burned for several hours after breaking out early Monday evening on the roof, which was constructed from giant oak beams, including some dating back to the 13th century. Some of the world's most priceless relics were saved as the inferno rage last night when firefighters formed a human chain inside the fire ravaged building. Read More »

North Korea test-fires new 'guided weapon'

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Trump's remarks come after South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited him last Thursday to discuss the way forward with North Korea after the second North Korea-U.S. The U.S. and its allies have balked at allowing the development of projects long sought by North Korea and now blocked by sanctions - including an energy pipeline that would extend into Russia and regular train service across the Russian-North Korean border - until Pyongyang agrees to reduce its security threat. Read More »

At least 28 killed on tourist bus near Caniço — Madeira crash

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The coach was said to be carrying 50 passengers. TV images showed the vehicle on its side on a bank next to a small road and surrounded by rescuers. "I express the sorrow and solidarity of all the Portuguese people in this tragic moment, and especially for the families of the victims who I have been told were all German". Read More »

Ivanka Trump Meets Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed, President Sahlework

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On her first day of the visit on Sunday, 'the first daughter of USA as she is sometimes jokingly called, met with Ethiopian businesswomen and participated in a traditional coffee- drinking ceremony. Government's development finance institution - Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). It is the first trip of Ivanka Trump to Africa following the launch of the Women's Global Development Prosperity Initiative, a program that she hopes will outlast his father's administration which is ... Read More »