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Man accused of killing ME sheriff's deputy now in custody


That's the case for School Administrative District 54, which serves the Skowhegan area, including Norridgewock, where Williams allegedly shot and killed Cpl. Sheriff Dale Lancaster said at a news conference Friday authorities understand that Williams may want to communicate with them but wouldn't elaborate further. Read More »

High-rise once planned as Trump hotel catches fire in Azerbaijan


Six fire engines were on site battling the blaze but there were no reports of injuries. He said that the fire was extinguished just in 3 hours because of difficulties with the delivery of heavy equipment to the scene of the incident. The Trump-branded hotel never opened, but it was dogged by controversy. The Trump Organisation withdrew its licensing agreement for the Baku skyscraper shortly after the 2016 election, as it promised to wind down global projects that could pose conflicts of ... Read More »

Kenya bans lesbian love story film 'Rafiki'


Director Wanuri Kahiu said she was "incredibly sorry" and "really disappointed" to confirm Rafiki had been banned in Kenya. She said she has tried to have the film classified for viewers 18 and above. During her TV appearance Friday morning, Kahiu expressed hope that the film would eventually find an audience in Kenya, citing the example of celebrated author Ngugi Wa Thiong'o, who spent more than two decades in exile before returning to his homeland. Read More »

In the United States crashed helicopter have died


A joint statement by Ascension and Air Methods Friday announced they were stopping both ground and air medical transportation until it was appropriate to resume operations. The helicopter was last heard from Thursday night, according to the sheriff's office. It was noted the wreckage of the helicopter were found near Hazelhurst, 241 km north-westward from Green Bay. Read More »

Iran, Russia to continue cooperation on nuclear deal - top diplomat


Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov met on April 28 in Moscow on the sidelines of the trilateral meeting of Russian, Iranian and Turkish foreign ministers on Syria. Iran and Russian Federation on Saturday slammed Western strikes on Syria over the alleged chlorine or sarin gas attack. Meanwhile, Russia says the attack was staged to discredit Assad. Read More »

Merkel And Macron: Different White House Visits, Similar Goals

With Trump poised to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum soon that will impact European exports, Merkel said the decision is now in Trump's hands on whether to grant exemptions to European Union nations. Third, it should withdraw from Syria, where the presence of Hezbollah and other Iranian-funded militias is a concern not only to Israel, but to other countries in the region who view it as an unacceptable interference in Arab affairs. Read More »

Palestinian teen dies after being shot by Israeli troops on border


Israel accuses Hamas, the Palestinian militant group that oversees the enclave, of instigating the protests and says militants are using civilians as human shields. Four members of medical staff and six journalists were among the hundreds injured in this Friday's "rebellious youth protest" as part of the Great March of Return. Read More »

European powers say they are nearing plan to save Iran nuclear pact


Pompeo opposed the Iran nuclear accord while in Congress. Iran has warned it will ramp up enrichment if Trump scraps the accord, prompting a blunt warning from the USA leader. Trump said earlier that "they should have made a deal that covered Yemen , that covered Syria ". Trump, he said, seemed open to such an agreement, which - to Macron - felt like progress. Read More »

Vietnam, SE Asian neighbors face threats from IS, cyber-attacks: summit


Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who chaired the meeting, told reporters that ASEAN, some of whose members are friendly with the North, can add its voice to the worldwide discussion to add moral pressure. Southeast Asian countries will work more closely with new powers China and India to counter the pressure of protectionism and ensure continued growth, Singapore's prime minister said Saturday. Read More »

Palestinians injured at Gaza borders


Over 6,400 Palestinians, including at least 530 children, were injured by Israeli forces, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health (MoH) in Gaza . The protest action revives a longstanding demand for the right of return of Palestinian refugees to towns and villages that their families fled from or were driven out of when the state of Israel was founded in 1948. Read More »

Saudi-led air strikes kill dozens of Yemeni insurgents


Saudi Arabia and its allies launched the war in March 2015 in support of Yemen's former Riyadh-friendly government and against the Houthi Ansarullah movement, which is now running state affairs. Riyadh and its close ally Washington accuse Iran of arming the Huthis, which Iran denies. The Yemen conflict is widely seen as a proxy war between regional titans Iran and Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Graham says Trump may deserve 'nobel peace prize' for denuclearization in NK


Ingraham began by saying President Trump is "on the verge of a truly historic diplomatic triumph" as South Korea is growing more optimistic that their hostile neighbor in the north will denuclearize. Trump famously warned North Korea last August that it would face "fire, fury and frankly power, the likes of which this world has never seen before" if the US was threatened with a nuclear attack. Read More »

Justice Loya Case - Is india witnessing judicial crisis?


The opposition party also asked the judiciary to speak up in one voice and say "enough is enough", calling it an issue of independence of the judiciary. The petition assumes significance in light of the January 12 press conference where four senior most judges of the top court said the situation in the court was "not in order" and many "less than desirable" things have taken place. Read More »

Amazon Increasing Prime Subscriptions to $119 in May


It's possible that some existing members, unhappy with the rising cost of Prime , will choose not to renew their memberships. AWS drives much of Amazon's profit, as the retail arm operates on such thin margins . Amazon .com has $2020 highest and $1220.0 lowest target. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) last posted its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, April 26th. 2017's operating income showed $1.0 billion for the first quarter, which has skyrocketed to $1.9 billion for this year's. Read More »

Kanye West tweets that he "loves" Trump, calls him his "brother"


In a series of tweets, West, 40, spoke of his admiration for the Republican politician, and said "the mob" could not make him "not love him". Mr Trump retweeted West's post, writing: "Thank you Kanye, very cool!" He is my brother. "To the media trying to demonize my husband let me just say this", she wrote. In November 2016 , the rap star opened a concert with a rant in support of the USA president, telling the crowd, "If I were to vote, I would have voted on Trump ", and he shared ... Read More »

Korean summit lays out a path to peace


However, the agreement called for a "nuclear-free Korean Peninsula ", which could cause more tension between North Korea and the United States , since this phrase might mean South Korea won't have nuclear weapons, either. "If we look at North Korea's statements , public statements from 10 years ago to now, they've wanted to get to this point, where they can sit down with a USA president and be treated like a legitimate state". Read More »

Arizona House Leaders Make Deal on Ducey's Teacher Proposal

An overwhelming majority of teachers are women, and leaders who have participated in the walkouts say they believe numerous reasons they have been forced to protest ― low pay, declining resources, lack of respect from legislators ― might be a function of their gender. Read More »

Amber Rudd Apologises She Didn't Know About Deportation Targets


Abbott said on Twitter an apology was not enough and urged Rudd to "take responsibility for chaos in the Home Office and resign". There was speculation that Ms Rudd, who is now fighting for her political life, was on the brink of resignation after she took almost eight hours to respond to a Guardian report on the leaked document. Read More »

Housing affordability 'significantly worsened' in 2017: ONS


There was also a sharp rise in reported domestic burglary which has increased by almost 59% for the same period, 2184 burglaries were reported in the 12 months to December 2017 up from 1375. . However, The Washington Post says that analysis of data from NY, which has cut back stop-and-searches even more drastically, suggests that "the number of stop-and-frisks isn't related to the crime rate". Read More »

Judge hears Greitens restraining order request against Hawley


The governor claimed Hawley had a conflict of interest after the attorney general said Greitens' past actions are impeachable and called for the governor to resign. "We would ask that you ask somebody who hasn't made these public statements, who hasn't said things that would give the appearance of a conclusion perhaps already having been reached, and allow it to proceed that way", Bennett said to Beetem. Read More »

Weather forecast: Mostly cloudy conditions, rain showers expected to prevail


Showers are likely mainly after 2 p.m. and ending around 11 p.m., with new precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. By late in the weekend, south flow returns along with increasing humidity. Saturday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 72 and a 10 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Cold temperatures are expected to return to much of Britain after soaring temperatures last week. Read More »

Former Rockets, NFL player taken to ground by police


He said that the police "knocked my teeth out, slammed me on my head and choked me out until I was unconscious". After that, an officer put his hand around Marrow's throat, prompting the former football player to shout that he could not breathe. Read More »

Former Trump campaign chief's lawsuit against Mueller dismissed


The appointment order gave Mueller authority to not only investigate whether there was any collusion between the Russian government and the Trump campaign, but also any matters that "arose or may arise" from that investigation. The lawsuit, filed in Washington federal district court, came three months after Manafort and his longtime associate Rick Gates were indicted on criminal charges related to their past lobbying work for Ukraine. Read More »

Use of DNA in serial-killer probe sparks privacy concerns


Voters broadened California's ability to collect data in 2004, when they passed the DNA Fingerprint, Unsolved Crime and Innocence Protection Act as a ballot measure. DNA was just coming into use as a criminal investigative tool in 1986 when the predator also known as the East Area Rapist apparently ended his decade-long wave of attacks. Read More »

Comey, Mueller, and the poisonous tree


He said the memos - which he shared with the media through an intermediary - related to " unclassified conversations" with Trump, characterizing the documents as a personal "diary", not a "work product". "Honestly, I call him the President of the United States because I respect the office", Comey told CNN . He called Comey "a leaker" and "a liar". In January, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced that his team of IT experts recovered the Samsung 5 cellphones of FBI Special ... Read More »

JK High Court affidavit tears apart Bar Council's report


She said while the court has the right to decide the venue, she gave preference to a Chandigarh court. On April 13, the Supreme Court took serious note of the conduct of the lawyers at the court, and sought explanations from the BCI, J&K Bar Council, Jammu High Court Bar Association and Kathua District Bar Association. Read More »

North and South Korea pledge to end war, denuclearize peninsula


President Donald Trump mentioned at present Individuals needs to be "very proud" of the "what's now happening in Korea", referring to the historic inter-Korean summit that passed off between the leaders of the North and South. The Kremlin on April 27 hailed a historic summit between the leaders of two Koreas as very positive news and said President Vladimir Putin had long advocated direct talks between the two countries . Read More »

Macron connects with Trump, but influence unlikely

Mr. Trump has said he wants North Korea to get rid of its nuclear weapons. "The 50-year-old diplomat also allegedly once told a female staffer, " 'Didn't your mother ever tell you only whores and very small children wear red shoes?' " according to a 1995 Washington Post profile. Read More »

Agitated Trump unleashes in TV interview


I will wait until this is over. "I think it would be Ill-advised". During a rambling half-hour phone interview , the president spoke to Fox & Friends hosts Brian Kilmeade , Ashley Earhardt, and Steve Doocy about a variety of topics before coming to Kanye West's declaration of support. Read More »

IS Web Media Targeted In EU-Led Attack


The action, which involved authorities from Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Romania, the United Kingdom and the USA, was the third internationally coordinated operation to take down Amaq's web assets and infrastructure. As of December 2017, the entire range of IS propaganda is available in at least nine different languages, as well as a wide range of online services, such as mailed newsletters and add-on extensions for the most common browsers. Read More »

Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. raises $165000 for victims


Four people were also wounded. Shaw said at the time he made up his mind that the gunman "was going to have to work to kill me". She said he was killed while shielding her from the bullets. "I should drop in and have something, and in some small way contribute, '" Michael Harrison said as he entered the restaurant. Shaw charged at the man with the rifle, and they tussled for what felt like a minute, Shaw said. Read More »

Prince William and Kate name baby son Louis

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today announced the name of the newest addition to the royal family, Prince Louis Arthur Charles . His full title will be His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, (aka HRH Prince Louis of Cambridge). Read More »

21st Century Fox Sees Unusually High Options Volume (FOXA)

About 1.97M shares traded. It is down 0.00% since April 27, 2017 and is. It has outperformed by 2.81% the S&P500. Among this group of ratios is the turnover to capital employed or return on investment (ROI) ratio. First Interstate Commercial Bank invested in 0.03% or 4,733 shares. Ameritas Invest Partners accumulated 1,969 shares. 407,232 are held by Proshare Advsr Llc. Read More »

US B-52 bombers fly near Chinese coast


That, along with an increasingly assertive stance in the disputed South China Sea and around Taiwan, claimed by China as its sacred territory, has rattled nerves around the region and in Washington. Such missions, Hight said, were "in accordance with global law". "China has said they want us to leave the region. We will obviously do what we can to obviously avoid that". Read More »

'Thick-skinned' Trump to visit London despite protests


Even London Mayor Sadiq Khan got in on the action, saying in a tweet that Trump "will see that Londoners hold their liberal values of freedom of speech very dear". What had once been planned as an official state visit was downgraded to a "working visit", and a possible trip around the opening of the new U.S. Embassy in London this February was also scrapped. Read More »

TS SSC Results 2018 to be announced tomorrow at bse


The Telangana class 10 result will be accessible in namewise, numberwise, districtwise, and schoolwise. Both the education boards were formed in 2014. The students may not panic if the server gets busy. BSE Telangana will host results of SSC exams 2018 at bse.telangana.gov.in and results .cgg.gov.in. Read More »

Toyota reveals its electric onslaught at 2018 Auto Shanghai


Last year, Toyota sold 140,000 hybrid-engined versions of the Corolla, which is also sold in China as the Levin. The vehicles will become the first Toyota plug-in hybrids built outside of Japan and they are slated to have an electric-only range of at least 50 km (31 miles). Read More »

City Evacuated After Explosion At Wisconsin Refinery Injures 20


An evacuation order was lifted in Superior, Wis. following a refinery plant explosion that injured at least 17 people and sent billowing plumes of black smoke into the air, which federal officials said tested safe Friday. Authorities said late Thursday that the fire at the Husky Energy oil refinery was out, but that the evacuation for local residents remained. "The lights flickered three times and the whole building shook", said Jim Ronning, owner of Hudy's Tavern in Superior, located ... Read More »

US Economy Slows in First Quarter as Consumer Spending Drops


Many economists had forecast that growth would slip below 2 percent in the first quarter, reflecting a big pullback by consumers after a torrid pace of spending in the fourth quarter. Private economists, however, are anxious that these efforts will run up against weak growth in the labor force as many baby boomers retire and lackluster gains in productivity. Read More »

Seven Chinese students killed in attack after school


The police said they had taken into custody a suspect, a man with the surname Zhao, born in 1990. Photos circulating online showed students' bodies lying on the streets covered in blood and local police officers arresting the attacker on the scene. Read More »

European Union nations back ban on insecticides to protect honey bees


The EU on Friday backed an nearly total ban on insecticides blamed for killing off bee populations, in a move hailed by environmentalists as a "beacon of hope". It said in a statement that it "will not improve the lot of bees or other pollinators". He said: "This decision doesn't change the fact that farmers will continue to face challenges to maintain sustainable and productive cropping systems and the pest problems that neonicotinoids helped farmers tackle have not gone away". Read More »