• MS-13 Members Decapitated, Cut Heart Out Of Maryland Victim

    MS-13 Members Decapitated, Cut Heart Out Of Maryland Victim

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    The informant said that he, Lopez-Abrego and eight other MS-13 gang members lured the victim to Wheaton Regional Park this spring. On the day of the killing, a gang member allegedly "waited near the edge of the wood line with a handheld walkie-talkie radio to alert" the others when the victim approached, according to court records obtained by the Post.
  • 7 things to consider when you pick out your Christmas tree

    7 things to consider when you pick out your Christmas tree

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    Hilliker planted 1,000 white spruce trees by hand the first year on land that wasn't ideal for other agricultural crops like corn and soybeans. Last year's came from Terrill Park. Once you buy your tree, get it into a strong stand don't let it dry out during the holiday season. Some of them - like proposals to change downtown meter rates, increased meter violation fees and the possibility of permit parking spreading to downtown residential areas - have the potential for widespread impact on ...
  • Palestinians freeze ties with US

    Palestinians freeze ties with US

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    US President Donald Trump now has a 90-day window to decide whether "the Palestinians have entered into direct, meaningful negotiations with Israel " - in which case he can waive the requirement to shutter the office. The rights groups said "high-level Israeli civilian and military officials have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in the occupied West Bank".
  • Second US judge bars Trump's military transgender ban

    Second US judge bars Trump's military transgender ban

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    A federal judge in Seattle says she'll decide by December 8 whether to join her counterparts in Washington, D.C., and Baltimore in blocking the Trump administration's proposed transgender military ban. But in a strongly-worded passage from his 53-page decision, Garbis wrote that the "capricious, arbitrary, and unqualified tweet of new policy does not trump the methodical and systematic review by military stakeholders qualified to understand the ramifications of policy change".
  • 'That's a big bird', watch Trump pardon Thanksgiving turkey

    'That's a big bird', watch Trump pardon Thanksgiving turkey

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    President Donald Trump, who has raised eyebrows by mulling his power to pardon as investigators probe possible ties between his 2016 election campaign and Russian Federation, used his authority in a less controversial way yesterday to "pardon" a Thanksgiving turkey.
  • Rescue mission for missing submarine still ongoing

    Rescue mission for missing submarine still ongoing

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    The ARA San Juan was inaugurated in 1983, the newest of three submarines in the navy's fleet, and underwent maintenance in 2008 in Argentina. "We analyzed these signals, which as we know were intermittent and weak", said Gabriel Galeazzi, a naval commander.
  • 50 die in Adamawa mosque attack

    50 die in Adamawa mosque attack

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    Bloody debris covered the floor inside the mosque in Mubi town in Adamawa state where worshippers had arrived around 5 a.m. One of the police said that together with other believers inside the mosque penetrated 16-17-year-old boy wearing an explosive belt.
  • Texas Border Patrol Agent Killed While on Patrol

    Texas Border Patrol Agent Killed While on Patrol

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    According to social media posts, he is survived by his fiancee. A reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest in his death. 'We strongly believe rocks were what was used, ' NBPC Vice President Art Del Cueto told the station.
  • Trump Returns North Korea to List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

    Trump Returns North Korea to List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

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    North Korea was put on the USA terrorism sponsor list for the 1987 bombing of a Korean Air flight that killed all 115 people aboard. The president said new sanctions were on the way for North Korea, invoking, Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died days after his return to the US earlier this year.
  • Gunman sought after Pennsylvania police officer killed in traffic stop

    Gunman sought after Pennsylvania police officer killed in traffic stop

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    The FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are offering up to $40,000 for any information that would lead to Holt's arrest. Klein said the traffic stop resulted in a chase on foot before Shaw, 25, was shot. Police have not yet said if Shaw discharged his weapon. Officers from Westmoreland County and neighboring Allegheny County, as well as Pittsburgh police, combed the area overnight and processed the scene, CNN affiliate KDKA reported.
  • Russell Simmons to Terry Crews: Give your sexual assaulter 'a pass'

    Russell Simmons to Terry Crews: Give your sexual assaulter 'a pass'

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    When they arrived, Simmons aggressively removed her clothes. "I looked over at Brett and said "help me" and I'll never forget the look on his face ", Khalighi told the Times . Additionally, Simmons issued the following statement to The Hollywood Reporter : "I completely and unequivocally deny the horrendous allegations of non-consensual sex against me with every fiber of my being".
  • LeT top leadership in Kashmir Valley wiped out

    LeT top leadership in Kashmir Valley wiped out

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    He said that the police has restricted 60 youth in Kashmir from joining the militant ranks. Sandhu said people were aware of the extent to which the agitation in earlier part of this year was brought under control. "Kashmir valley needs to be free from violence, terror, guns and drugs". Hajin area has witnessed a lot of violence this year and with yesterday's operation, the area has been nearly cleared of militants.DGP said that they were verifying the reports on ISIS claiming to have ...
  • Ontario colleges remain on strike, after contract offer rejected

    Ontario colleges remain on strike, after contract offer rejected

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    With student leaders watching from above, the Liberals and New Democrats traded barbs during the 21 minutes Ontario's legislature sat on Friday. Faculty members from colleges across the Ontario have voted to reject the latest contract offer, as recommended by their leadership at the Ontario Public Services Employees Union.
  • Trump silent on sexual scandals until it's a Democrat

    Trump silent on sexual scandals until it's a Democrat

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    Trump has denied the assault allegations and accused the women of lying. She did not call on Moore to leave the race. President Trump just can't help himself. While disaster consumed Franken, one of his colleagues, New Jersey Sen. In yet another twist in the sexual abuse saga embroiling the USA, former U.S.
  • Pak not weak, won't allow india to take AJK, says Indian minister

    Pak not weak, won't allow india to take AJK, says Indian minister

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    Meanwhile, President of Gharib Nawaz Foundation Maulana Ansar Raza on Friday also filed a petition in Delhi High Court against Dr.Farooq Abdullah for his remark on PoK. "His statement does not carry weight anymore". "For seventy years they have been trying to occupy PoK, but have failed and now they say that it's our region".
  • Kashmiri youth who joined LeT surrenders

    Kashmiri youth who joined LeT surrenders

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    Permitted Majid to leave on mother's request: LeT Meanwhile, Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Mehmood Shah said a youth Majid Khan, who joined the militants over a week ago, was permitted to leave for his home on the request of his mother, since he was the only guarantor to his household.
  • Boeing versus Airbus: Who won the battle of Dubai?

    Boeing versus Airbus: Who won the battle of Dubai?

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    If all the deals they each announced at the show are finalized before the end of the year, they will head into the last weeks of 2017 neck-and-neck in the race for the biggest annual order tally. Though Boeing has dominated the show from the start, Airbus could not be written off, as Airbus sales chief John Leahy, known to be a veteran of last-minute air show surprises, was planning a blockbuster climax to a 20 plus year stint as marketing boss.
  • Couple at odds with Texas sheriff over anti-Trump sticker

    Couple at odds with Texas sheriff over anti-Trump sticker

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    Nehls' office tells Bustle that the local press conference that the sheriff gave on Wednesday - which was reportedly organized due to "the high volume of interview requests" - would be the extent of his comments on the matter. "No plans to take it down", her husband Mike added. So far, he hasn't received almost as much help finding the owner as he has comments about free speech, the First Amendment, negative decals from the past that had no legal consequences, drinking the Kool-Aid, and ...
  • Russian Federation vetoes United States resolution on Syria chemical weapons use

    Russian Federation vetoes United States resolution on Syria chemical weapons use

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with his Turkish and Iranian counterparts in Sochi next week to discuss the yearslong civil war in Syria, the Kremlin says. The mandate of the OPCW-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism expires on November 17. Russian Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said he opposed the United States measure because it was "geared toward entrenching the inherent flaws of the JIM" and did nothing to improve its work.