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With a record of 8-2 through their first 10 games, Goldstein said she believes their conference foes shouldn't overlook the Lions. Dallas Christian 19, Brook Hill 6: BULLARD - The Lady Chargers amassed 18 hits in blasting Brook Hill, 19-6, on Thursday evening.
  • Official reveals likely culprit behind deaths of Iowa family in Mexico

    Official reveals likely culprit behind deaths of Iowa family in Mexico

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    The office said investigators "carried out a physical investigation of the gas connections in the room", and the civil defense office of Tulum would issue a technical report on the findings. More than 300 people attended, according to the Creston News Advertiser . The phone had not moved from its location since Thursday morning. She said a funeral is being planned at Southwestern Community College in Creston, about 70 miles southwest of Des Moines.
  • Orange County Backs DOJ in Lawsuit Against California

    Orange County Backs DOJ in Lawsuit Against California

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    California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and legal experts have argued that California's laws are different from Arizona's. "We need to protect our families and our homes here in Orange County", Steel said in a statement ahead of the vote.
  • Israel's PM, Netanyahu, Hospitalised With High Fever

    Israel's PM, Netanyahu, Hospitalised With High Fever

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    Israel's Finance Minister signs waiver to allow the U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem in time for Israeli Independence Day in May. Netanyahu was reportedly driven to the hospital in his normal auto rather than in an ambulance. In a tweet , Netanyahu said that he was released and would be taking some time to rest. The tests showed that Netanyahu has a slight upper-respiratory viral infection.
  • Trump attorney discussed Flynn, Manafort pardons

    Trump attorney discussed Flynn, Manafort pardons

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    Dowd, who resigned as Trump's lawyer last week, also floated the offer of a pardon last summer to lawyers for former national security adviser Michael Flynn , according to a report Wednesday by the New York Times . An attorney for Gates did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The new document is a sentencing memorandum for Alex van der Zwaan , a lawyer who pleaded guilty in February to lying to federal investigators about his conversations with Mr.
  • Missing actress Adea Shabani believed to be found dead

    Missing actress Adea Shabani believed to be found dead

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    The model's boyfriend, who was engaged to another woman and killed himself after a police chase last week, is suspected in her death, Los Angeles Police Capt. Emma Joe, Shabani's friend, told KTLA that it was not like the aspiring actress to lose contact with her loved ones for this long, after Shabani's disappearance.
  • White House Pushes Back Against Stormy Daniels

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    Daniels responded by filing a revised federal lawsuit accusing Cohen of defamation. In a Feb 13 statement, Mr Michael Cohen said, "Just because something isn't true doesn't mean that it can't cause you harm or damage" in connection with the US$130,000 (S$170,102.40) he paid Ms Clifford in 2016 to keep quiet about the alleged relationship with Mr Trump.
  • Congress set to retain Karnataka, says pre-poll survey

    Congress set to retain Karnataka, says pre-poll survey

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    The Election Commission announced the polling schedule for the 224-member Karnataka assembly on Tuesday. The last date of scrutiny of nominations was April 25, 2018. Congress secured 122 seats, 9 more than the majority mark of 113, while Janata Dal (Secular) and BJP won 40 seats each. "BJP will get clear majority in the upcoming elections in Karnataka".
  • Holocaust Survivor Stabbed 11 Times, Set on Fire in Paris Anti-Semitic Killing

    Holocaust Survivor Stabbed 11 Times, Set on Fire in Paris Anti-Semitic Killing

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    The flat was then set ablaze in an apparent attempt to cover up the murder . The two unnamed suspects have been indicted for "voluntary homicide because of the true or supposed religion of the victim, theft aggravated by three circumstances and degradation of the property of others by a unsafe means", the judicial source said Tuesday.
  • Former president Jimmy Carter says Trump just made his 'worst mistake'

    Former president Jimmy Carter says Trump just made his 'worst mistake'

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    Additionally, Bolton and Pompeo have ties to hate groups that promote division at home (no wonder Trump likes them). He was an ambassador to the United Nations in the mid-2000s. They, too, tried to channel the president's go-it-alone impulses, but neither was skillful enough. He has also removed advisers that he clashed with, disliked, or who were urged upon him by the Republican establishment, and is appointing aides more in sync with his views on key global issues.
  • Moscow to come down hard on USA decision to expel diplomats

    Moscow to come down hard on USA decision to expel diplomats

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    The White House said: "Today's actions make the United States safer by reducing Russia's ability to spy on Americans and to conduct covert operations that threaten America's national security". "The individual in question is required to leave the jurisdiction". - 23 countries are taking action against Russian Federation. There are 100 Russian intelligence officials based in the US.
  • Malaysia proposes fines, jail time for 'fake news'

    Malaysia proposes fines, jail time for 'fake news'

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    The general election is required to be held by August. Under a bill presented to parliament today, publishers and originators of false news would face up to ten years in prison and fines of up to 500,000 ringgit (£90,000). Prime Minister Najib Razak's has faced graft allegations regarding the 1Malaysia Development Berhad state investment firm, which is now being investigated by authorities in at least six countries, including the US Department of Justice.
  • Police quiz Israeli PM Netanyahu in corruption case

    Police quiz Israeli PM Netanyahu in corruption case

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    It was the second time that Netanyahu has been questioned in the case, in which he is suspected of promoting regulation worth hundreds of millions of dollars to the Bezeq telecom company. Hefetz has turned state's witness reportedly in exchange for full immunity. Israeli police have already recommended indicting Netanyahu for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two separate cases.
  • Afghanistan's Win In Super Sixes Finale Will Secure WC Place

    Afghanistan's Win In Super Sixes Finale Will Secure WC Place

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    Qualifiers West Indies and Afghanistan join defending champions Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, hosts England , South Africa and New Zealand in next summer's World Cup. "First of all, congratulations to Afghanistan ", he said. "We have beaten them twice in this tournament". "Don't worry I can dance, I will dance with them, I'll interact with the crowd on Sunday as well, I will have some fun for sure", said one of the world's most destructive batsmen.
  • Salah rumours to Madrid take an interesting turn

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    The Times reported this week that Klopp wanted fellow countryman Julian Brandt in the summer window, but Liverpool couldn't strike a deal and they had to look elsewhere. "If Salah sits tight and enjoys the ride, he could find himself on a trophy-winning team next season, where he would be the star man". "I want to win it with this club".
  • Heavy Snow Misses Twin Cities, Few Flurries Expected Saturday

    Heavy Snow Misses Twin Cities, Few Flurries Expected Saturday

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    Heavy snow will continue into this afternoon across central Indiana. Wind gusts of 15 to 25 miles per hour are also expected with this storm, causing blowing snow, reduced visibility and slippery driving conditions, according to the NWS. And with 14 inches reported in the middle, that's just incredible! Although some freezing rain and snow will fall in extreme northern Montana, the only watches or warnings in the state are related to flooding because of snowmelt and ice jams.
  • President Trump says he's 'very happy' with existing legal team

    President Trump says he's 'very happy' with existing legal team

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    Earlier on Sunday, Mr. Trump took to Twitter from his Florida resort to insist that he faced no problems finding lawyers to represent him in the Russian Federation investigation. Economic adviser Gary Cohn quit shortly afterwards . Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also left the administration, although he was sacked. The president had initially said he would reject the bipartisan budget plan because it only included $1.6 billion of the more than $20 billion he requested for a southern ...
  • I would like to testify - Trump on Mueller probe

    I would like to testify - Trump on Mueller probe

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    I would like to ", Trump said on Thursday when asked about an interview with Mueller during an event on trade. Over the weekend, Mr Dowd issued a statement calling for an end to the special counsel's investigation, as Mr Mueller continued to close in on the President for questioning.
  • German police arrest former Catalan leader

    German police arrest former Catalan leader

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    Puigdemont had been wanted in Spain since leading a parliamentary session in October previous year that saw separatist lawmakers vote for the region of Catalonia to declare independence from Spain . A Spanish judge reactivated an global warrant for Puigdemont and five other fugitive separatist leaders from northeastern Spain on Friday. Arrimadas said: "Puigdemont knew that fracturing Catalan society into two parts, spending public money on illegal activities, provoking a political and ...
  • US charges, sanctions Iranians for global cyber attacks on behalf of Tehran

    US charges, sanctions Iranians for global cyber attacks on behalf of Tehran

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    American government officials said they've determined that the nine Iranians, in cooperation with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps , were behind the hacking effort. The emails would then direct recipients to click on links to related articles that would direct victims to a malicious internet domain that appeared similar to the victim's actual university portal, where they would be prompted to enter their login credentials.
  • Turkey's Erdogan Vows Wider Offensive Against US-Backed Syrian Kurds

    Turkey's Erdogan Vows Wider Offensive Against US-Backed Syrian Kurds

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    In a telephone call with Erdogan, US President Donald Trump urges Turkey "to de-escalate, limit its military actions" and "avoid any actions that might risk conflict between Turkish and American forces", according to the White House. The Kurdish militia say they will hold Russian Federation as well as Turkey responsible for the attacks. We remain committed to our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally Turkey, to include their legitimate security concerns.
  • Palestinian teen sentenced to 8 months for slapping Israeli soldiers

    Palestinian teen sentenced to 8 months for slapping Israeli soldiers

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    The video showing the incident went viral on social media platforms. Both are reported to have accepted plea bargains. 17-year-old Ahed Tamimi will serve 8 months in jail for slapping a soldier who invaded her home. The soldiers had deployed during a weekly Palestinian protest in the village against Israeli policy on settlements in the West Bank, one of the most heated issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  • Estimated 105000 Syrians Have Left Eastern Ghouta

    Estimated 105000 Syrians Have Left Eastern Ghouta

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    A Russian-backed assault since February 18 on the last opposition bastion near Damascus cut rebel territory into three shrinking pockets, each held by different factions. The first batch of fighters to quit Ghouta under a Russian-brokered deal were bused out on Thursday and started arriving in the northwestern province of Idlib on Friday.
  • American family of four found dead in Tulum, Mexico

    American family of four found dead in Tulum, Mexico

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    Louis and they "didn't hear from them", Weland said. Police said there were no obvious signs of foul play. The Sharps were supposed to return from their vacation Wednesday, Weland said. The coach of the Spartans, the basketball team, Todd Lorensen told the Des Moines Register that the family would follow them to watch games. "If our guys play that way we will be successful", Lorensen wrote in a Facebook post.
  • East Coast Residents Weary From Fourth Nor'easter

    East Coast Residents Weary From Fourth Nor'easter

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    Many residents woke up Thursday to a heavy dose of early spring reality: the big dig. The transition from rain to snow will take longer for areas south of a line from Cedar Rapids to the Quad Cities. Most of this should be out of here by race time in Martinsville Sunday afternoon. Snow had trouble sticking to the ground during the day, but accumulations started to rise after nightfall.
  • Melania Trump honors International Women of Courage at State Dept.

    Melania Trump honors International Women of Courage at State Dept.

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    Then it was Melania's turn to speak. "As we recognize these incredible women, let us think for a moment about what courage truly is", Trump shared, according to a White House release. Next, President Trump and Melania were expected to leave Palm Beach International Airport en route to Mar-a-Lago approximately 10 minutes later. "That's a word that keeps popping up with this first lady: "independence", Bennett added.