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Johnston, of the Tehama County Sheriff's Office, told reporters that three weapons - a semi-automatic rifle and 2 handguns - had been recovered from the scene. Tehama County Superintendent of Schools Rich DuVarney there were no student or staff fatalities. Johnston said the school had been cleared by 10 a.m.
  • 5 dead, 11 missing as tourist boat capsizes in Krishna near Vijayawada

    5 dead, 11 missing as tourist boat capsizes in Krishna near Vijayawada

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    In the mishap, around 9 persons have been confirmed dead while 17 more are still missing. Police said the ferry riders were not wearing life jackets, The Press Trust of India news agency reported. Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu, the Chief Minister, Opposition leader Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and film actor and Jana Sena party president Pawan Kalyan were among who expressed their shock and grief over the incident.
  • Three US carriers lead naval drill aimed at N. Korea

    Three US carriers lead naval drill aimed at N. Korea

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    Trump has called Kim "rocket man" and Kim has called Trump a "mentally deranged USA dotard", a "gangster fond of playing with fire", and "a frightened dog". Kim's regime has continued to carry out nuclear and ballistic missile tests despite widespread worldwide condemnation and a series of crippling sanctions aimed at strangling the state's cash sources.
  • Ex-Trump aide Flynn probed over secret Turkey dealings

    Ex-Trump aide Flynn probed over secret Turkey dealings

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    The Journal reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) questioned at least four people in regard to a mid-December meeting in NY at the "21" Club. This comes five days after NBC News reported that Mueller's team has "gathered enough evidence to bring charges" against Flynn and his son. But what if Flynn's machinations to whisk away Gulen continued even after he took the oath of office as Trump's national security adviser? The Wall St Journal reported that Federal Bureau ...
  • US, South Korea joint military drills begin in Western Pacific

    US, South Korea joint military drills begin in Western Pacific

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    Three U.S. aircraft carriers - USS Nimitz, USS Kitty Hawk, and USS John C. Stennis - steam in formation during a 2007 training exercise in the Western Pacific in this photo released by the 7th Fleet. Navy's unique capability to operate multiple carrier strike groups as a coordinated strike force effort. Yonhap said the three aircraft carriers will enter the KTO one by one as the strike groups sail with a certain distance from each other.
  • NGT slams Delhi govt on Odd-Even, verdict today

    NGT slams Delhi govt on Odd-Even, verdict today

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    Ola in a statement said: "The current levels of pollution and resultant smog in the national capital are worrisome and it is imperative that we join hands with the government in their efforts to curb this situation". "Pollution levels going down are important but women safety is paramount". The tribunal directed that odd-even should be implemented "right away" without waiting for 48 hours, in case PM2.5 and PM10 go beyond 400 and 700 units respectively.
  • Alabama GOP now openly defending pedophilia in defense of Roy Moore

    Alabama GOP now openly defending pedophilia in defense of Roy Moore

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    Moore became a national figure in 2003 when he was removed as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for refusing to follow a federal court order to take down a Ten Commandments monument from a judicial building. According to the Post , other Republicans calling out Moore include "David Perdue of Georgia, John Thune of South Dakota, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Cory Gardner of Colorado, Richard C.
  • 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Star Terry Crews Files Police Report On Sexual Assault

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    Following a reveal that a Hollywood executive groped his privates past year, actor Terry Crews has reportedly filed a police report about the incident. He then made a decision to come out about the incident publicly on Twitter and sympathized with numerous women who have had similar experiences and had been afraid to speak out about them.
  • GOP Senate campaign arm abandons Roy Moore following sexual allegations

    GOP Senate campaign arm abandons Roy Moore following sexual allegations

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    Zeigler, asked to respond to Lipinsky's comments today, stressed that he believes the story about Moore is not true and called the story a "hit piece". "National liberal organizations know their chosen candidate Doug Jones is in a death spiral, and this is their last ditch Hail Mary", said Bill Armistead, Moore's campaign manager.
  • Students injured as driver 'deliberately' ploughs auto into crowd

    Students injured as driver 'deliberately' ploughs auto into crowd

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    Three Chinese were injured Friday afternoon when a vehicle hit a crowd deliberately in the suburbs of Toulouse, south France, the head of the Chinese Consulate in Marseille told Xinhua citing a source from the local police in Toulouse. La Dépêche du Midi newspaper quoted him as telling police he had heard voices telling him to harm someone. A French police source told AFP that the attack was deliberate .
  • U.S. carriers will begin drills in rare show of force

    U.S. carriers will begin drills in rare show of force

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    While at sea, the strike force plans to conduct air defense drills, sea surveillance, replenishment at sea, defensive air combat training, close-in coordinated maneuvers and other training. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, on a trip late last month to South Korea, was at pains to stress that diplomacy was America's preferred course to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons.
  • Syria To Sign Paris Climate Pact, Leaving Only US Opposed

    Syria To Sign Paris Climate Pact, Leaving Only US Opposed

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    BBC reported that the much celebrated news came following Nicaragua's decision to sign the climate agreement earlier in October. Not all signatories have ratified the treaty yet. This makes the United States the only country on the planet not a part of the climate deal. The UN is hosting the COP23 climate change conference this week in Bonn , Germany.
  • 'Black Widow' Serial Killer Sentenced To Hang For Murdering Husbands, Lovers

    'Black Widow' Serial Killer Sentenced To Hang For Murdering Husbands, Lovers

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    All four men were aged over 70. Judge Ayako Nakagawa called it "a heinous crime driven by greed for money". The judge determined she didn't have dementia when she killed her 75-year-old husband, Isao, common-law partners Masanori Honda, 71, and Minoru Hioki, 75, and attempted to kill acquaintance Toshiaki Suehiro, 79, who later died of cancer.
  • All clear given on TCU campus after reports of armed person

    All clear given on TCU campus after reports of armed person

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    A TCU shuttle bus driver was arrested Tuesday morning after shooting at another shuttle driver. The suspect took off from the scene and police are actively searching for him. TCU said its lockdown was lifted shortly after 9 a.m. and gave an "all clear alert". This story is developing and will be updated with more information as it becomes available.
  • The United States resumed issuing visas to Turkish citizens

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    In turn, the Daily Sabah reports that the Americans resumed the issuance of visas to the visit of Prime Minister of Turkey, Binali Yildirim, in the United States. The statement came after a statement by the US' embassy in Ankara, which said that United States received initial high-level assurances from Turkey that there were no additional local employees of USA missions under investigation.
  • Rockford police officer killed after traffic stop

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    Cox was taken to Saint Anthony Medical Center in Rockford, where he was later pronounced dead, O'Shea said. A Rockford Police officer has died following an early-morning accident Sunday, according to Rockford Police Chief Dan O'Shea. He was a graduate of Hononegah High School and Northern Illinois University. Around 1:20 a.m., Rockford police posted on Twitter and Facebook that the department was "on scene of a shooting involving an officer".
  • Jared Goff throws 4 touchdown passes in Rams' blowout win over Giants

    Jared Goff throws 4 touchdown passes in Rams' blowout win over Giants

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    Yes, that's right, we have a Sammy Watkins sighting today in NY. Gurley capped the third-quarter scoring with a four-yard touchdown run, after linebacker Cory Littleton blocked his second punt in three games to give L.A. The Rams recovered two NY fumbles and intercepted one Eli Manning pass. Zuerlein would later record a 46-yard field goal to close out the half, and a 47-yarder for the Rams' final points of the afternoon.
  • Trump previews 'major discussions' with Japan on North Korea, trade

    Trump previews 'major discussions' with Japan on North Korea, trade

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    Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov had earlier acknowledged there was now no co-operation between Russian Federation and USA on North Korea. "Somehow or another it requires cooperation", Peskov said. He urged Trump to pursue a peaceful solution by supporting those within North Korea to oppose Kim Jong Un. "We like each other and our countries like each other", Trump said Sunday night before dinner with Abe, who for this meal did show Trump traditional cuisine with a teppanyaki dinner.
  • Iran marks 1979 hostage crisis anniversary

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    Shamkhani also noted that the countries that have supported the US's anti-Iran stance over the past years were themselves at a loss. A few months after the toppling of the US -backed government of the Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Iranian students, believing the USA embassy was being used as cover for espionage activity aimed at overthrowing the Islamic Republic, stormed the building.
  • Saudi King issues royal orders

    Saudi King issues royal orders

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    Other detainees include Alwaleed al-Ibrahim, owner and chairman of Dubai-based Middle East Broadcasting Center ( MBC ), which is the Arab world's leading satellite television network. Kingdom Holding did not respond to requests for comment from The National . "The homeland will not exist unless corruption is uprooted and the corrupt are held accountable", the royal decree said.
  • Deaths Reported in a Mass Shooting at a Texas Church

    Deaths Reported in a Mass Shooting at a Texas Church

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    Another witness at the scene said a two-year-old was also shot in the attack. Authorities were still trying to determine a motive Sunday afternoon. "The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene ", he said on Twitter. Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt said the gunman walked into First Baptist Church and began firing during a Sunday service. Devin Keen, another local officer, said "there were kids involved" in the shooting, including a two-year-old.
  • 'The Last Republicans' Highlights Former Presidents' Wariness Of Trump

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    George W. Bush , who told CNN he believes there is a "battle over the soul" of the GOP, told the author, "you know, I fear that I will be the last Republican president". Once the bombastic billionaire real estate magnate secured the Republican nomination, Bush expressed surprise and anxious about Trump's lack of humility, and thus his inability to recognize his own limitations and surround himself with more knowledgeable people.