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Kevin and Amy Sharp and their two children , 12-year-old Sterling and 7-year-old Adrianna, were found dead in the condo they had rented at a resort near Akumal, which is down the Caribbean coast from Cancún. Investigators ruled out a possible robbery because they did not see evidence of a disturbance inside the condo. The Sharps were supposed to return from their vacation Wednesday, Weland said.
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    But in the end, he signed the bill while also saying that no one was more disappointed about it than him. "I've been working all day diligently through the bill and I'm up to page 600". Other senators were also critical of the bill, including Tennessee's Bob Corker, a Republican. White House legislative director Marc Short framed it as a compromise.
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    Each doctor cleared Bryan, and Dr. Joseph Maroon, WWE's medical director, gave the green light as well. As for that eventual return match, Corbin said Bryan will be going all out in that match. He said: "I evaluated Bryan for a neurological opinion on return to WWE on February 26, 2018. Included in his medical records were multiple evaluations by renowned concussion clinicians", says Cantu by email.
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    Sekulow said Trump was "disappointed" that diGenova and Toensing won't be defending him in the special counsel investigation, but "those conflicts do not prevent them from assisting the President in other legal matters". Two people told The Times that Trump ultimately didn't hire diGenova and Toensing because they didn't have chemistry with him. Adding new lawyers, he said, would be costly because they would take months "to get up to speed (if for no other reason than they can bill ...
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    They say the best way to get involved and make changes is to vote. Cities like Boston, New York , Chicago, Houston, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Oakland, California and others protested, the supporters were called to action by a brand-new corps of leaders: student survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead February 14, 2018.
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    On Sunday Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's European Union ambassador, said that "from the legal point of view the Russian state had nothing against him". Timoshkov said Skripal had called him from London in 2012 and told him he had written to Vladimir Putin asking to be fully pardoned and to be allowed to visit Russian Federation where his mother, brother and other relatives lived.
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    She pleaded guilty to four charges: assaulting an Israeli soldier and an officer, disrupting a soldier and incitement, Israel's military said . The case turned the 17-year-old girl into a Palestinian hero and attracted worldwide attention.
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    The operation left deaths and injuries among civilians; also, shops and private properties were spotted looted by Turkish-backed rebel fighters. Families from Afrin who fled to Turkey's border province of Hatay from the persecution of PKK-affiliated groups are preparing to return home now that the town has been cleared of terrorists.
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    On Thursday afternoon, senior Trump administration officials told reporters that Trump meant to sign the spending bill , making no mention of the president's concern. The money was far less than the $25bn over 10 years Mr Trump had asked for as part of a last-ditch deal that would have included providing a temporary extension of the DACA programme.
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    BSP supremo also accused that the saffron party misused the system to make their candidate win. The BSP chief suspended her MLA Anil Singh, alleging he cross-voted in favour of the BJP to serve his business interests. Senior leaders including Akhilesh Yadav and others were scheduled to attend the programme but "there appears to be no relevance of it now" after the other candidate supported by the party failed to make it through, party spokesman Sunil Singh Sajan said.
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    There are at least 837 other events happening internationally, according to the event's official website . The " March For Our Lives" (MFOL) protest was organised by survivors of the Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida .
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    Forty two Egyptian taxi drivers filed a lawsuit a year ago against US-based Uber and its Dubai-based competitor Careem, arguing they were illegally using private cars as taxis. He also said that Uber has been working continuously over the past two years with the ministerial committee entrusted with the regulation of the ride-hailing system, and that the company will support the ride-hailing law.
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    The Mexican Tourism Board said in a statement obtained by CBS that "preliminary reports from local officials conclude that there were no signs of violence or struggle". They were supposed to return from their trip on Wednesday from Cancun, Mexico, and arrive in St. Louis. "The situation with the Kevin and Amy Sharp family is weighing heavily on our hearts and minds", said Todd Lorensen, the Southwestern coach.
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    A blistering regime assault since February 18 on the last opposition bastion outside Damascus has splintered remaining rebel territory into three shrinking pockets, each held by different factions. Rebel officials say they expect the evacuation to last several days. Agreeing to evacuate is particularly hard for the rebels in Eastern Ghouta , as opposed to the groups in east Aleppo in December 2016 for example, because of the rebels' local ties to the area.
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    Trump, who has threatened to pull Washington out of a multilateral deal with Tehran to curb its nuclear programme, said Iranians today are grappling with "rulers who serve themselves instead of serving the people". One of the committee's 11 Republicans, Senator Rand Paul, has already announced his opposition over issues including his concern that Pompeo would support war with Iran.
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    She will serve until a special election is held in November and is expected to run for the remainder of Cochran's term, which expires in 2020. "Today is about MS making history, and Commissioner Cindy Hyde-Smith becoming Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith when she is sworn in by Vice President Mike Pence", Chandler said.
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    The German leader renewed expressions of solidarity with the United Kingdom government and said "many indications" point to Russian involvement in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal, who sold Russian secrets to United Kingdom intelligence, and his daughter.
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    Don Damond described the situation that got his fiancé shot: "It was Justine that called 911 on Saturday evening reporting what she believed was an active sexual assault occurring nearby", he told media outside his home. The chief said legally he couldn't say whether Noor was sacked. "Ms Damond Ruszczyk put her hands on the wound on her left side and said 'I'm dying, ' or 'I'm dead, '" Freeman said.
  • Saudi Crown Prince's thumbs-up picture with Donald Trump goes viral

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    In Oval Office talks, Trump and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman discussed an agreement a year ago for $200 billion worth of Saudi investments with the United States, including large purchases of U.S. During his two and a half week sojourn to US, Saudi Crown Prince MBS will also travel to New York, Boston, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston to cultivate investments.
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    For the week before Easter the Met Office has said: "The weather will remain changeable, with showers and rain at times, interspersed by drier and brighter interludes". Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 51. Snowfall in the High Point area during late March is uncommon but not exceedingly unusual, Slocum said.