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Investigators say that detailed analysis of video images has now established that the Buk missile that brought down the flight came from a Russia-based military unit. The Ukrainian government suggested that a BUK missile had been brought in from Russian Federation on the day of the crash, and then taken back across the border the next day.
  • Manhunt Underway After Mississauga, Canada Restaurant Bombed

    Manhunt Underway After Mississauga, Canada Restaurant Bombed

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    ET on Thursday when two unidentified men were seen walking into the Bombay Bhel restaurant, which is located on Hurontario Street in the city's downtown area. "Nothing was said by these individuals", Peel Region Sergeant Matt Bertram said. He suggested that a birthday party, possibly involving children, was taking place inside Bombay Bhel at the time of the blast.
  • Irish Vote to Liberalize Abortion Law, Exit Poll Signals

    Irish Vote to Liberalize Abortion Law, Exit Poll Signals

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    Another, by RTE , showed a similar projection of 69.4 percent in favor. RTE reported a "lively" and "brisk" turnout at polling stations across the country. "Yes" campaigners argued that with over 3,000 women traveling to Britain each year for terminations - a right enshrined in a 1992 referendum - and others ordering pills illegally online, abortion is already a reality in Ireland.
  • MH17 plane 'was brought down by Russian military missile', investigators say

    MH17 plane 'was brought down by Russian military missile', investigators say

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    Flight MH17 was shot down over a conflict zone in Ukraine's Donetsk region on July 17, 2014, as the Boeing 777 was en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The official cabinet reaction to the new findings will be discussed on Friday morning, but foreign minister Stef Blok has already said "an important piece of the puzzle is in place".
  • Teacher who helped stop IN school shooting played DE at Southern Illinois

    Teacher who helped stop IN school shooting played DE at Southern Illinois

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    According to WTTV-TV (Indianapolis), several students described how Mr. Seaman rushed into action when the shooter opened fire . Representative Susan W. He said he was conscious after the shooting and spoke with his wife, telling her he was OK. Jowitt confirmed that two people were injured with gunshot wounds: one teacher and one student.
  • Trump administration has cut deal with China's ZTE, says source

    Trump administration has cut deal with China's ZTE, says source

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    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has led the GOP charge pushing against President Trump's effort to release ZTE from strict prohibitions, and he criticized the administration again on Friday. It is a great deal. for #ZTE & China. On Thursday, members of the House of Representatives, citing national security concerns, voted to ban government agencies from using ZTE technology and the Defense Department from renewing contracts with vendors that work with the company.
  • Iran expects economic package from European powers

    Iran expects economic package from European powers

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    For the first time since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) came into force in 2015, China , Russia , France , Britain and Germany gathered - at Iran's request - without the United States, which pulled out of the agreement on May 8 and said it would reinstate sanctions.
  • Putin says he will step down in 2024 as constitution requires

    Putin says he will step down in 2024 as constitution requires

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    Well, France remains the leading foreign investor in Russian Federation. Putin's remarks were made to reporters at an economic forum in St Petersburg and broadcast on state TV. The Russian leader also engaged in a tongue-in-cheek exchange with French President Emmanuel Macron , saying with a smile that Russia could help protect Europe if its rift with the USA widens over Iran.
  • Police in south India accused of mass murder after shooting dead protesters

    Police in south India accused of mass murder after shooting dead protesters

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    The latest victim died in hospital Thursday, two days after being injured, doctors said . "In the light of the above said facts it is decided, that in exercise of the power conferred under Section 33A of Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 as amended and under Section 31A of Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 as amended, to issue directions for closure and disconnection of power supply to the unit", the order reads.
  • Ireland appears to reject abortion ban: exit polls

    Ireland appears to reject abortion ban: exit polls

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    Turnout could be higher than for the vote on same-sex marriage three years ago, said Irish national broadcaster RTE . Votes are expected to be counted on Saturday morning, with an official result to be declared later that day. I am a young Irish woman. The Taoiseach said the fact that Irish women had to travel to another jurisdiction to end their pregnancies, and sometimes do so in secret, had created a legacy of shame.
  • Syria state-run media reports US-led airstrike on army posts

    Syria state-run media reports US-led airstrike on army posts

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    Israeli planes often use Lebanese airspace to conduct raids in Syria. "Six missiles were fired at the Dabaa military airport and surrounding area in the western sector of Homs province, targeting Lebanese Hezbollah weapons warehouses", Rami Abdel Rahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , said on Thursday.
  • Burkina Faso breaks ties with Taiwan in fresh blow to island

    Burkina Faso breaks ties with Taiwan in fresh blow to island

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    Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen, in televised remarks, criticized Beijing for trying to undermine the island's sovereignty, saying those efforts "exposed China's anxiety and lack of confidence". The Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan, one of Belize's most helpful allies went into panic mode on Friday.That is because Chinese bombers flew overhead the island.
  • Flags placed at Arlington National Cemetery

    Flags placed at Arlington National Cemetery

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    Soldiers from the Civil War to the Iraq War all found their final resting places at the cemetery. The reference to the holiday as Memorial Day rather than Decoration Day became more common after World War II. Wednesday flags were placed at Park Cemetery and tonight flags were placed at Holy Cross Cemetery. Hastings - Veterans Home: Beginning at 9 a.m. with a flag raising, the Hastings Veterans Home Memorial Day program will also include addresses from keynote speakers.
  • Negotiation By Slideshow: EU Says Customs Unions Don't Help Much

    Negotiation By Slideshow: EU Says Customs Unions Don't Help Much

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    According to the document, given to the EU negotiators and cited by the BBC, the exclusion would hamper the UK-EU work and effective security cooperation after London's leaving the Union in March 2019. "The Tories have agreed to pay tens of billions for a worse deal than we have now and without having any guarantees about what we will get for it in return".
  • Operators of Monmouth Park Say Sports Betting Delay Cost Them $139 Million

    Operators of Monmouth Park Say Sports Betting Delay Cost Them $139 Million

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    This month a Supreme Court ruling allowed all states to authorize legal sports gambling. "Ironically, they are calling this extortion attempt an " integrity fee , ' even while fully aware that providing participants a stake in the volume of betting would amount to what could more accurately be called an 'anti-integrity" fee", Sweeney wrote.
  • Registration open for Summer Reading Program

    Registration open for Summer Reading Program

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    Wednesday was the first time the Bonvillians attended the library's summer reading program party, and Ella's first stop was to grab a piece of chalk and start drawing animals on the park's sidewalk. Moore said it is important for students to read throughout the summer to keep them from falling behind in their academic progression. Registration begins on May 29.
  • U.S. judge orders 30yo to move out of parents' home

    U.S. judge orders 30yo to move out of parents' home

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    A NY judge has ruled that a 30-year-old son still living at his parents' home must vacate the premises after numerous attempts to get him to leave. The Daily Mail reported that Rotondo filed a discrimination lawsuit against Best Buy previous year, arguing that he was sacked for being unable to work on Sundays because of his court visitation schedule.
  • Ireland poised to overturn abortion ban in landmark referendum: polls

    Ireland poised to overturn abortion ban in landmark referendum: polls

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    They argue that with over 3,000 women traveling to Britain each year for terminations and others ordering pills illegally online, abortion is already a reality in Ireland . In New South Wales, that also includes financial and social stress. "This is a vote on whether women who do have abortions are granted access to safe services, and treated with compassion and dignity".
  • NOAA predicts near- or above-normal 2018 hurricane season

    NOAA predicts near- or above-normal 2018 hurricane season

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    One of the factors that is somewhat defusing the intensity of the upcoming hurricane season is the probable formation of a weak El Niño , a phase of a climate cycle called the Southern Oscillation. During the brutal 2017 season , when the Atlantic churned out a record 10 hurricanes in a row , Atlantic waters were very warm, Bell said. The conditions behind the 2018 forecast "are set upon a backdrop of atmospheric and oceanic conditions that are conducive to hurricane development and ...