• Convicted serial killer found volunteering at elementary school
Convicted serial killer found volunteering at elementary school

The 47-year-old was convicted in 1993 alongside her then-husband Paul Bernando of the torture, rape and killing of schoolgirls Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy - as well as her own 15-year-old sister Taffy. Stephanie Deligne, whose daughter attends Grade 4 and is in a class with one of Homolka's children, said she would have liked to have be...

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  • Draft UN resolution would add 15 North Koreans to blacklist
Draft UN resolution would add 15 North Koreans to blacklist

The US slapped fresh sanctions Thursday on several North Korean entities and officials as well as two Russian companies trading with Pyongyang, adding more economic pressure on the isolated regime over its nuclear weapons push. The test, the first of the ground-based interceptor system since one that the agency says was a success in June 2014, was ...

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  • Putin: Russian state has never been involved in hacking
Putin: Russian state has never been involved in hacking

The House intelligence committee says it is issuing subpoenas for Michael Flynn and Michael Cohen - President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and his personal lawyer - as well as their businesses as part of its investigation into Russian activities during last year's election.

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  • Explosions, gunfire reported at Resorts World Manila in Philippines
Explosions, gunfire reported at Resorts World Manila in Philippines

Gunfire and explosions have been heard outside the Resorts World hotel in Manila . Police said one gunman fired at an LED screen at the resort and lit a table on fire but did not shoot anyone. Resorts World Manila , which opened in 2009 and is located in Pasay City, said it was on lockdown following reports of gunfire and explosions, the compan...

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  • Trump eyes White House overhaul, outside lawyers and PR team
Trump eyes White House overhaul, outside lawyers and PR team

Jason Greenblatt, the White House adviser on worldwide negotiations, told the Times that Kushner has helped shape policy options on the topic of the Middle East. " #FakeNews is the enemy!" the U.S. leader wrote , spelling errors and all. The committee also has asked Trump's campaign to produce all documents, emails and telephone records goi...

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  • For first time since 1973, Miami baseball not in NCAAs
For first time since 1973, Miami baseball not in NCAAs

The Wolverines were ousted very quickly in the Big Ten Tournament, losing their first two games. The Hoos and Dallas Baptist have no common opponents this season, although the Patriots lost twice to host TCU in a home-and-home during the season.

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  • 9 local guards dead, 11 Americans wounded in Kabul
9 local guards dead, 11 Americans wounded in Kabul

Numerous victims appear to be civilians, including women and children. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for several recent bombings in the Afghan capital, including a powerful blast targeting a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy that killed eight people earlier this month.

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  • Apparently Half Of Donald Trump's Twitter Followers Are Fake
Apparently Half Of Donald Trump's Twitter Followers Are Fake

The #resistance - the cohort of Twitter users all racing to be the first smug reply to any of Trump's tweets - is keeping a close eye on the situation. We'll probably never know, but there seems to be nothing more important to Trump than how his fame relates to that of other public figures, and it can't sit well with the president that there are ...

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  • What Crimes Could Jared Kushner Have Committed? Judge Nap Weighs In
What Crimes Could Jared Kushner Have Committed? Judge Nap Weighs In

He said the question is if it was a crime for Kushner to speak to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak as a representative of then-President-elect Trump, and the answer is no. "It is my opinion that numerous leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media", Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

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  • Allegations of abuse, mismanagement shadow gains against IS
Allegations of abuse, mismanagement shadow gains against IS

The U.S. began providing the equipment in the last 24 hours, according to one official. Amid reports of United States delivering arms to the Kurdish-controlled northern Syrian city of Hasakah in recent weeks, Turkish President Recep Erdogan called the USA decision " a mistake " and urged U.S.

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  • Gentiloni backs Merkel: Europe must forge its own future
Gentiloni backs Merkel: Europe must forge its own future

Where Europe's relationship with the US during the Cold War and in its immediate aftermath had a strong emotional component, Merkel's comments suggest she now sees them as more "pragmatic and transactional", said Sylke Tempel, an expert with the German Council on Foreign Relations.

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  • Ariana Grande to hold benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims
Ariana Grande to hold benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

On Saturday, Britain lowered its official terrorism threat level from "critical" to "severe" after police said they had dismantled a large part of Abedi's network. Northern Railway says train services "that would normally run into Manchester Victoria are unable to do so", meaning "significant disruption" for trains in and around Manchester .

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  • PM's statement prior to his departure to Germany, Spain, Russia and France
PM's statement prior to his departure to Germany, Spain, Russia and France

In the 32nd episode of the monthly programme, Prime Minister Modi said he had not thought it would be viewed politically when he launched the programme more than two years back (on Gandhi Jayanti (October 2) 2014). "I am very optimistic about our future partnership". He criticised the Indian government for squeezing the space of the civil socie...

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  • US fears nuclear armament race in Asia-Pacific: Australia
US fears nuclear armament race in Asia-Pacific: Australia

Trump has said he will prevent North Korea from being able to hit the United States with a nuclear missile, a capability experts say Pyongyang could have some time after 2020. More, in the Philippines case there is actually a trend upward, and as Greitens noted, the Philippines is North Korea's third largest trading partner after China and India-...

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  • Rouhani says regional stability impossible without Iran
Rouhani says regional stability impossible without Iran

Rouhani , long known as a cautious and mild-mannered establishment insider, reinvented himself as a bold champion of reform during the election campaign, which culminated on Friday in victory with more than 57% of the vote. He warned though that Iran's relations under his presidency do not accept "intimidation or humiliation", adding that this is...

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  • With Merkel and PM, France's new president wastes no time
With Merkel and PM, France's new president wastes no time

Sylvie Goulard arrives at the Elysee Palace Sunday, May 14, 2017 in Paris . Jean-Yves Le Drian, 69, who led France's military operations overseas as former President Francois Hollande's defense minister, will stay on in Macron's government as foreign minister and also be in charge of European affairs.

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  • Russians discussed how to influence Trump via aides
Russians discussed how to influence Trump via aides

Flynn, a top adviser to candidate Trump before becoming national security adviser, was paid more than $33,000 in 2015 to speak at a Moscow gala where he was seated next to Russian President Vladimir Putin . He agreed to testify before the House and Senate intelligence committees in late March in exchange for immunity from prosecution, but neithe...

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  • Manchester police not sharing intelligence with USA after leaks
Manchester police not sharing intelligence with USA after leaks

Monday's bombing prompted United Kingdom authorities to deploy soldiers through out the city and raise the terror threat level to " critical ", the highest of five levels for worldwide terrorism, and at least two men have been arrested in connection to the attack, the Guardian reported .

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  • Trump heads to Israel in possible first arrival from Saudi
Trump heads to Israel in possible first arrival from Saudi

But not at the United Nations. Trump's vagueness on one of the region's central issues did little to dampen the enthusiasm surrounding his visit, particularly from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu . Trump also does not expect to convene a joint meeting with Abbas and Netanyahu on this trip although he hopes that will happen after anothe...

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  • Former FBI Director James Comey agrees to testify before Senate Intel Committee
Former FBI Director James Comey agrees to testify before Senate Intel Committee

The latest crisis to beset Trump comes days after an another revelation by the daily which claimed that the president has asked sacked FBI director James Comey to end the agency's investigation into ties between his former national security adviser Mike Flynn and Russian Federation.

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  • Leo Varadkar likely to become Ireland's first openly gay prime minister
Leo Varadkar likely to become Ireland's first openly gay prime minister

Mr Varadkar was backed by senior party members yesterday, including Paschal Donohoe, the public expenditure minister, Regina Doherty, the government chief whip, and John Deasy, a Waterford TD. That support level, and the fact that parliamentary party members account for 65% of the voting power in the overall contest, has meant that Varadkar's victo...

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  • OPEC ponders supply cut extension
OPEC ponders supply cut extension

However, the budget is not fixed since Congress has the final say and has rejected many White House proposals in the past. Brent for July settlement fell 7 cents to $53.80 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange, and traded at a $2.71 premium to WTI.

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  • Donald Trump visits Israel in search of revived peace process
Donald Trump visits Israel in search of revived peace process

It also comes as he contends with a raft of problems back home, including a special counsel investigating whether his associates colluded with Russian Federation. Trump, whose unorthodox approach has spurred some hope on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, has done no such managing of expectations.

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  • Salvador Sobral Of Portugal Wins Eurovision Song Contest
Salvador Sobral Of Portugal Wins Eurovision Song Contest

The WINNER of the #ESC2017 is Portugal! RTP, the Portuguese national broadcaster have wasted no time in announcing Lisbon, the Portuguese capital as the 2018 host city. music isn't fireworks, music is feeling", Sobral. Bulgaria came in second and Moldavia surprised everyone this year and took third place. However it was a much better result tha...

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  • With hopes for peace uncertain, Trump to visit Israel
With hopes for peace uncertain, Trump to visit Israel

After Israel, Trump's marathon maiden foreign trip will take him to the Vatican for an audience with Pope Francis, to Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit and to Sicily for a meeting of leaders of the Group of Seven major industrial nations.

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