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Police fire Georgia officer recorded kicking handcuffed man

A Georgia police officer was sacked Thursday after authorities say he kicked a handcuffed man in the head. a statement from the Gwinnett County Police Department says Officer Robert McDonald "step...

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Trump launched Syria strike eating cake with Xi Jinping

Many of President Trump's supporters are wary, some even critical, of the cruise-missile strikes against Syria because he had so severely criticized previous US foreign interventions, particularly i...

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Karlsson's OT goal lifts Sharks to Game 1 win over Oilers

Karlsson's OT goal lifts Sharks to Game 1 win over Oilers

Rogers Place erupted when Oscar Klefbom, a defenceman who sat out nearly two-thirds of last season after contracting a staph infection, whistled a wrist shot past Martin Jones 6 minutes and 44 second...

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Driving tests are changing

Driving tests are changing

Current manoeuvres, such as reversing around a corner, will be replaced with more realistic tests, such as driving in and out of a parking bay. TRL, the UK's independent road safety organisation, le...

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Goa govt mulls ban on entry of locals in casinos

Goa govt mulls ban on entry of locals in casinos

I sincerely believe that gambling is not good. "We are living in a liberal democracy, where such statements do not argue well", Naik said slamming the BJP state unit for maintaining complete silence o...

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Zuma's Birthday Is Now National Day of Action

Responding to the number of people that turned out for Wednesday's march, Zuma said: "It was just a normal gathering of opposition parties". "Maybe those who do so have stress". South Africa has als...

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Trump says US, Russia 'not getting along'

At the daily press briefing, Spicer punted on a question about why Trump spoke amicably about China in a Wall Street Journal interview Wednesday, after vowing on the campaign trail that he would i...

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Coalition airstrike in Syria mistakenly kills 18 US-backed fighters

Coalition airstrike in Syria mistakenly kills 18 US-backed fighters

News of the errant strike comes three weeks after activist groups that monitor Syria said an " airstrike by US -led coalition forces leveled a school west of Raqqa and killed at least 33 people", as ...

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Attack on Syria justified

United Nations investigators already have the mandate under previous resolutions to look into allegations of chemical weapons use in Syria but the West had pushed for council resolution to underscore ...

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FBI Obtained FISA Warrant to Monitor Former Trump Adviser Carter Page

FBI Obtained FISA Warrant to Monitor Former Trump Adviser Carter Page

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 12: The Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) obtained a secret court order a year ago to monitor the communications of Carter Page, an advisor to President Donald Trump ...

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Saturday packed with Easter egg hunts throughout Grant County

Forty-seven locations across Scotland have taken delivery of more than 36,000 Cadbury chocolate treats for children in readiness for what is expected to be the Trust's largest visitor weekend of the...

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Officers fired after punching, kicking man during arrest — GRAPHIC

But, even in a national climate where police-involved incidents garner extra scrutiny, Gwinnett's police department has largely avoided headline-grabbing incidents . A young boy holds his fist up w...

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Russia Criticises Watchdog For Unfair Review Of Chemical Attacks Site

But the agreement pretty much stops there. US President Donald Trump said the attack was a response to the alleged chemical weapon use in Syria's Idlib, which Washington blames on the Syrian governm...

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Georgia police ofcs fired after video shows them using excessive force

Gwinnett County police fired Mcdonald the next day. Hollins yelled and began to "act odd", and based on that and the officer's recollection of Hollins' behavior during a previous arrest in August, B...

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Four Besieged Syrian Towns Are Being Evacuated In Reciprocal Swap

The deal to evacuate Syrian government-held Fuaa and Kafraya, and rebel-held Madaya and Zabadani is the latest in a string of such agreements through Syria's six-year civil war. More than two thousand...

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Stockholm attack prime suspect admits to terror crime

Police in Sweden's capital confirmed that a man had been arrested "on suspicion of a terrorist crime through murder" after the attack on Friday afternoon, in which a lorry was driven down a pedestrian...

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North Korea Is Finally Getting The Attention It's Always Wanted

This would happen easily if the United States sent a bomb into North Korea. In the end, however, they settled on a policy that appears to represent continuity. Kang Gil-won, a 26-year-old graduate l...

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West faked sarin attack and no one died, claims Assad

West faked sarin attack and no one died, claims Assad

Now a declassified report released by the National Security Council reiterates that the U.S.is confident Assad's forces carried out the April 4 chemical attack and lays out the intelligence community'...

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Oxford Women beaten in the Boat Race

Oxford Women beaten in the Boat Race

Oxford led from start to finish to win the Varsity Boat Race for the fourth time in five years. Oxford opened up a lead of nearly a boat length at around two minutes. This year the Boat Race 2017 ...

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Trump praises NATO, ties with Russia sour

That may signal renewed interest in Afghanistan, where almost 9,000 American troops are deployed, but exactly what the Trump administration will decide is unclear, the official added. "And [Trump] had...

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Sri Lanka rubbish dump landslide kills six, engulfs dozens of houses

She said three other people who were pulled from the wreckage of homes were already dead by the time they arrived at the hospital on Friday night, raising the confirmed death toll to six. "The casualt...

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Trump campaign advisor investigated as possible Russian agent

Trump campaign advisor investigated as possible Russian agent

Adam Entous, national security reporter for The Washington Post , talks with Rachel Maddow about the Post's breaking report that former Donald Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page was the subje...

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North Korea warns against USA "hysteria" or else 'face retaliation'

He said: "If the U.S. comes with reckless military manoeuvres then we will confront it with the DPRK's pre-emptive strike", referring to North Korea by its official name, the Democratic People's Rep...

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Russia, Iran warn United States against new Syria attacks

Syrian President Bashar Assad said an alleged poison gas attack blamed on his government last week in Idlib province was "100 percent fabrication", news agency AFP reported on Thursday. According to t...

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Trudeau Packages Legal Pot As A Means To 'Protect Children'

Trudeau Packages Legal Pot As A Means To 'Protect Children'

In particular, Canadians who are 18 years old and over would legally be allowed to possess up to 30 grams of legal cannabis in public. And the federal government plans to impose penalties of up to 1...

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North Korea displays submarine-based missiles for first time at military parade

In a separate appearance on the Fox Business Network , Trump said that the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was "doing the wrong thing". Single-engine propeller-powered planes flew in a 105 formatio...

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North Korean nuclear threat reached 'new level': Seoul

Any fighting on the Korean Peninsula is likely to draw in China, which has repeatedly expressed concerns about a wave of refugees and the possible presence of US and South Korean troops on its border....

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Evacuations begin in four besieged Syrian cities

According to the deal, all of the 16,000 residents of Al-Fo'a and Kafraya are expected to leave, while the residents of Madaya and Al-Zabadani have the choice either to leave or to stay, the observato...

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North Korea Preparing for Major Military Parade Ahead of National Holiday

Adding to Chinese unease, Mr Trump said on Thursday that "the problem of North Korea" would be "taken care of". Wang last month urged North Korea to suspend its nuclear weapon and missile tests in e...

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Russia: Syrian chemical weapons attack could be 'staged'

In an exclusive video interview with the Agence France-Presse (AFP ) news agency, Mr Assad said "there was no order to make any attack". Victims' families are hoping for answers after last week's ch...

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