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However, the survey was limited to the United States and analysts are waiting to see how the social media giant's sales perform in the second quarter, when the scandal was at its height. A Cambridge Analytica sign is pictured at the entrance of the building which houses the offices of Cambridge Analytica, in central London on 21 March 2018.
  • Man Dies Following Shooting at Nashville Shopping Mall

    Man Dies Following Shooting at Nashville Shopping Mall

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    A retired California police officer was at the booth buying tickets and took possession of the gun. Police say an altercation between two males left one among them useless and the suspect was instantly taken into custody. Police said the shooting appears to be the result of an ongoing dispute between the men. Says Chapple: "I actually did not have time to suppose that a lot, however get out of there".
  • Kim Jong Un releasing American detainees, Giuliani says

    Kim Jong Un releasing American detainees, Giuliani says

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    In 2000, President Kim Dae-jung, the initiator of the Sunshine Policy, flew to Pyongyang to meet with Kim Jong-il, ushering in a period of détente that seemed to promise an end to hostilities on the peninsula. A fourth American detainee, Otto Warmbier, died in June 2017 - just days after he was repatriated to the USA with severe brain damage. Sol Kim, the son of detainee Tony Kim, said on social media that he is optimistic but has no information.
  • Mostly sunny, high near 82 — TODAY'S FORECAST

    Mostly sunny, high near 82 — TODAY'S FORECAST

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    Wednesday will have a high of 82 degrees and will be sunny, and the remainder of the week will follow suit. Temperatures will continue to climb through Saturday, and we will stay dry for the end of the work week. Worcester's average temperature was 40.9 degrees, its 3rd coldest on record, while Hartford's 44 degrees was its 6th coldest. Humidity will be slightly higher than yesterday, resulting in slightly lower fire danger.
  • Severe T'Storm Watch issued for the Quad Cities - May 2nd

    Severe T'Storm Watch issued for the Quad Cities - May 2nd

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    The numbers really start to pick up in May and peaking in June. But we'll be dealing with the threat for some severe thunderstorm activity for the next 36 to 48 hours as a strong upper level system to the west combines with rich low-level moisture in aiding thunderstorm development across the state.
  • Number of journalists killed in 2018 up by 57 per cent

    Number of journalists killed in 2018 up by 57 per cent

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    Names are submitted by regional and global non-governmental organisations working for press freedom, and by UNESCO member states. A rally was organised Thursday morning in Kathmandu to mark the World Press Freedom Day 2018. They are also known to go in territories with heavy military control, and where the government can't have a spokesperson, only to bring us the most up-to-date news and information about what if happening around in the world and around us.
  • Deadly storm claims over 20 lives in India

    Deadly storm claims over 20 lives in India

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    Most of the victims were hit by falling walls, trees and electric pylons and houses that collapsed. As reported by Hindustan Times , 12 people were killed in Bharatpur, four in Alwar, 11 in Dholpur and one each in Jhunjhunu and Bikaner. The collector said a survey of the damaged property has also been ordered as thunderstorm is in the list of national calamities. "My condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives", Vasundhara Raje tweeted this morning.
  • What caused military cargo plane crash? Aviation experts weigh in

    What caused military cargo plane crash? Aviation experts weigh in

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    An aging United States military cargo plane carrying nine troops was destroyed in a fiery crash Wednesday as it made its final scheduled flight before being mothballed, officials said. President Donald Trump tweeted that he had been briefed on the crash, and sent "thoughts and prayers for the victims, their families and the great men and women of the National Guard".
  • Spain's Basque ETA separatists disband after 6-decade fight

    Spain's Basque ETA separatists disband after 6-decade fight

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    The group is due to formalise its dissolution at an official event later this week, drawing a line under an ultimately unsuccessful drive for an independent state in northern Spain and southern France that killed around 850 people. "This is not the end of ETA that we wanted and, above all, is not the end of ETA we deserved", she said. But Spanish Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said Wednesday that "they will not obtain a thing for making a declaration they call a dissolution".
  • Why is Naidu so aggressive against Modi?

    Why is Naidu so aggressive against Modi?

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    Reeling out promises made by the BJP and Modi to the state, he tore into them, detailing meagre Central funds given to the state under different heads and accused the Centre of lying that special status was not granted to the state on the advice of the 14th Finance Commission.
  • May 1st International Workers Day

    May 1st International Workers Day

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    May Day , also known as International Workers' Day , Labour Day or Workers' Day, is a celebration of laborers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labor movement which occurs every year on May 1. Birds are singing, flowers blooming, there's a bank holiday ahead. When time had passed and the US began to seriously consider a worker's holiday , officials were divided on whether to distance themselves from May Day because of its violent associations or to honor the ...
  • Ronny Jackson will not return as Trump's physician, Politico reports

    Ronny Jackson will not return as Trump's physician, Politico reports

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    He has a proven track record of working for our veterans and rising above political games to push through gridlock and deliver for the VA. "Despite published reports , there are no personnel announcements at this time". Tester, speaking on MSNBC, acknowledged that not all the allegations had been verified, but said they should be investigated. Democrats on the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs claim the bombshell allegations were backed by 23 individuals, but the committee has not ...
  • Alaska Airlines flight makes emergency landing in Honolulu

    Alaska Airlines flight makes emergency landing in Honolulu

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    The complaint alleges that the airline's failure "to timely divert the flight and make an emergency landing denied Brittany the ability and opportunity to receive proper medical care in a timely manner, resulting in her death". "Our families called us after we landed in light of the fact that they found out about something was going ahead on the news". He also wanted to meet passengers who assisted other travelers.
  • Armenia politicians reject opposition leader as PM

    Armenia politicians reject opposition leader as PM

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    In 2015, Armenians voted in a referendum to shift the country from a presidential to a parliamentary system, stripping powers from the president and giving them to the prime minister. During the parliamentary debate, Republican Party lawmakers accused Mr Pashinyan or being an irresponsible rabble-rouser, they alleged he recruited children to join his protest movement, and said he lacked the qualities to command the Armenian armed forces.
  • Another US Diplomat Hits Bikers In Pakistan, Arrested

    Another US Diplomat Hits Bikers In Pakistan, Arrested

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    The U.S. Embassy said the American diplomat's role in the accident had been resolved. The motorcyclists, who were immediately shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Hospital, were declared to be stable. The police took the diplomat and his vehicle into custody and they were at the Secretariat police until a report of the incident was registered. Resultantly, Ateeq died on the spot while Raheel suffered serious injuries and was hospitalised.
  • Trump confident in North Korean summit

    Trump confident in North Korean summit

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    The news comes after Kim reportedly told South Korean President Moon Jae-in he was "ready for dialogue with Japan at any time". "The only thing we need is peace", according to the South's presidential office. "The United States, and all of its GREAT people, should be very proud of what is now taking place in Korea!" Over the weekend, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, after speaking with his South Korean counterpart, reaffirmed "the ironclad USA commitment" to defend the longtime US ally "using ...
  • The Mystery Of The Missing French Oak Sapling Solved

    The Mystery Of The Missing French Oak Sapling Solved

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    President Donald Trump has threatened to walk out from, remains the best way of stopping Tehran from gaining access to nuclear weapons, British Prime Minister Theresa May's office said on Sunday. Macron said that USA and French officials were working "intensively" together to fashion a new common approach to Iran and the region. The tree, a European sessile oak, came from the site of the Battle of Belleau Wood , which took place in the summer of 1918.
  • Mexico immigration center filled to full capacity by asylum seekers

    Mexico immigration center filled to full capacity by asylum seekers

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    Migrants trying to get into the U.S. may need to wait in Mexico as officials process those already in the facility, officials said. "When they say they reached capacity, it's just nonsense from (U.S. "A lot of them get detained, some of them not, that's the next step, it's case by case", Alor Calderon, Director of Employer Rights Center said. While Texas, New Mexico and Arizona fully embraced the President's memorandum, California Gov.