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Babchenko reappeared alive on Wednesday less than 24 hours after he was believed to have been gunned down in Kiev. His reported murder sparked a war of words between Ukraine and Russian Federation. Russia's high commissioner for human rights, Tatiana Moskalkova, promised to address Ukrainian authorities, urging them to pay special attention to the investigation of the journalist's murder.
  • New Jersey police release bodycam footage of violent beach arrest

    New Jersey police release bodycam footage of violent beach arrest

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    To celebrate the American holiday Memorial Day , they had brought alcohol, but they had not drunk any yet when the police arrived and asked her to breathe in a Breathalyzer, which turned out to be negative. The body camera footage released Wednesday afternoon shows an officer as he confronts and argues with Weinman over the discovery of alcoholic iced tea drinks in her possession.
  • Nashville Crowd Boos Senator Bob Corker at Donald Trump Rally

    Nashville Crowd Boos Senator Bob Corker at Donald Trump Rally

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    It was a new moniker for the House minority leader, and Trump doubled down on controversial comments he'd made earlier this month about the drug gang. Blackburn, a Republican congresswoman, is vying for her party's nomination to replace retiring Corker, a Republican. For Trump, the trip to Tennessee comes as part of a ramped-up midterm travel schedule.
  • Officials Release 911 Calls From Deadly Ellicott City Flooding

    Officials Release 911 Calls From Deadly Ellicott City Flooding

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    Hermond, who is 6 feet tall with an athletic build, had been visiting a local bar with friends when his day took a turn for the worst, Howard County Police Chief Gary Gardner said about the soldier's vanishing. Simon Cortes, owner of La Palapa Grill & Cantina, said Monday it's "a frightful time", and his business took on about 30 centimetres of water. Some business owners in centuries-old Ellicott City say they're determined to rebuild from Sunday's flood that raged through downtown ...
  • Gamuda falls 6.05% after HSR scrapped and rating downgraded

    Gamuda falls 6.05% after HSR scrapped and rating downgraded

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    Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has scrapped multibillion-dollar projects, cut ministerial salaries and dismissed thousands of contract workers to shore up the budget. "We'll make no money at all from this arrangement". Breaking the BN's six-decade long monopoly, Mahathir beat his one-time protégé Najib Razak and became the world's oldest head of government.
  • Murder of Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko was faked

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    Kiev Police chief Andriy Krishchenko said in televised comments that Mr Babchencko's "professional activities" were a factor. So it seemed like Russian business as usual in the murder of Arkady Babchenko , who reported from Ukraine and offered strongly critical commentary about Putin and his regime.
  • Alberto swings west, but flash flooding potential remains

    Alberto swings west, but flash flooding potential remains

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    A flash flood emergency was issued for several counties in central Alabama Wednesday morning as heavy rainfall from Tropical Depression Alberto flooded residential areas, prompting evacuations. Roy Cooper said in a statement. The large tree that crushed the TV news vehicle Monday afternoon near Tryon, North Carolina, killed news anchor Mike McCormick and photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer of WYFF-TV of Greenville, South Carolina, the station said.
  • Talks attempt to save summit for Trump-Kim

    Talks attempt to save summit for Trump-Kim

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    President Donald Trump may go ahead. South Korea's President, Moon Jae-in, gave details about his surprise meeting Saturday with Kim in the Panmunjom truce village, saying Kim had committed to sitting down with Trump and to a " complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula ".
  • North and South Korean leaders hold surprise 2nd summit

    North and South Korean leaders hold surprise 2nd summit

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    In this handout image provided by South Korean Presidential Blue House, South Korean President Moon Jae-in (Right) hugs with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (Left) before their meeting on Saturday. Petersburg International Economic Forum in Russian Federation. Earlier on Friday, speaking to reporters outside the White House in Washington, the United States president indicated that the summit could still be salvaged, saying: "We're gonna see what happens".
  • Italian economist to meet president amid political crisis

    Italian economist to meet president amid political crisis

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    Italy's newly appointed Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte arrives for a meeting with the Italian President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinal Palace in Rome, Italy , May 27, 2018. The country could be headed for another election in the coming months . In an interview for the TV program "Che Tempo Che Fa", Five Star leader Luigi Di Maio said he was "asking for Mattarella's impeachment".
  • Cyclone Mekunu shuts Salalah seawater desalination plant

    Cyclone Mekunu shuts Salalah seawater desalination plant

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    Mekunu had intensified to a category two cyclone as it hit Dhofar and Al-Wusta on the Arabian Sea on Friday, battering the coast with torrential rains, strong winds and massive waves. Strong winds knocked over streetlights and ripped off roofs. The beaches were littered with debris. At least 40 people were missing. The disputed Yemeni island of Socotra saw at least 3 deaths and multiple Yemeni, Indian and Sudanese nationals have been reported missing, according to SCMP.
  • Hollywood Stars Supporting Legalizing Abortion in Ireland

    Hollywood Stars Supporting Legalizing Abortion in Ireland

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    After weeks of anticipation , acrimony and more than a little heated discussion, Irish voters are finally casting ballots Friday to decide a simple yet deeply divisive question: Should the country repeal a constitutional amendment that bans abortion in almost all circumstances? Now some stars are using their voices to try to create political change around the globe, with Courteney Cox, Emma Watson, Chelsea Handler and more supporting a referendum up for vote on Friday in Ireland to ...