• Inmates kill prison guards during bus transport in Georgia
Inmates kill prison guards during bus transport in Georgia

Dubose had been in prison since July 2015 for crimes including armed robbery and was not due for release until 2034, according to the corrections department. Law officers are searching for two inmates, including one from Comer, who killed two guards in Eatonton, carjacked a vehicle and sped away. "They were both shot on the bus".

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  • Hawaii First To Pass Laws Committing To Paris Accord Goals
Hawaii First To Pass Laws Committing To Paris Accord Goals

While the state says it is the first to pass legislation in support of Paris after Trump's withdrawal announcement , other governors have pledged to uphold the agreement inside their states. Gov. David Ige signed the sSnate bill on Tuesday, saying he was motivated by the evidence of climate change visible every day in Hawaii . He also s...

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  • Warriors Win The 2017 NBA Finals
Warriors Win The 2017 NBA Finals

In last year's championship series the Cavs roared back from a 3-1 deficit to spoil the Warriors' record-setting 73-win season. To win his first championship, Durant had to go through the game's greatest player in Cavaliers forward LeBron James , who he defended for most of the five games.

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  • Court: UK baby must remain on life support for 6 more days
Court: UK baby must remain on life support for 6 more days

Yates screamed when the supreme court justices announced their decision. The parents are seeking permission to transfer Charlie , who has a rare genetic condition and brain damage, from the Great Ormond Street Hospital to the US where he can undergo therapy.

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  • UK PM nears deal with Irish DUP party
UK PM nears deal with Irish DUP party

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, whose 13 MPs saved May from election disaster, said the government should "think again" about its approach. In the briefing they said the prospect of an agreement between the Conservative Party and the DUP was causing "anxiety and fear" over fears that any deal agreed on would affect issues relating t...

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  • Deputy AG: No cause to fire special counsel Mueller
Deputy AG: No cause to fire special counsel Mueller

Trump ally Chris Ruddy has caused quite a stir over the past 24 hours. Chris Ruddy, a Trump friend and the CEO of the conservative website Newsmax, raised the possibility of the president considering terminating Mueller. The attorney general was scheduled to testify later on Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is also inves...

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  • Paris Police Shoot Attacker Outside Notre Dame Cathedral
Paris Police Shoot Attacker Outside Notre Dame Cathedral

Paris police said a "number of police" are at the square in front of the cathedral. The wounded officer fired at the unnamed suspect twice, injuring the attacker who was later hospitalized, French police confirmed to Fox News. In the intervening months, there have been scattered incidents, most involving attacks on police and other security person...

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  • DUP meet May in London as concern grows about implications for Stormont
DUP meet May in London as concern grows about implications for Stormont

A DUP spokesman told AFP there had been a break in tasks due to parliamentary business. "We want a solution that causes as little damage as possible for both sides", Schaeuble said . Barnier told the Financial Times that the United Kingdom government needs to start talks "very quickly" and that it needs to appoint a team of negotiators that are...

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  • Shock exit poll predicts United Kingdom on track for hung parliament
Shock exit poll predicts United Kingdom on track for hung parliament

Had the Conservatives seized four seats from Labour - Dudley North (22 majority); Newcastle-under-Lyme (30 majority); Crew and Nantwich (48 majority); and Canterbury (187 majority) - Ms May would have been able to form a government without support from the Democratic Unionist Party, which won 10 seats.

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  • European Union to launch action against 3 countries over refugee plan
European Union to launch action against 3 countries over refugee plan

Since January, other countries within the bloc have relocated nearly 10,300 people from Italy and Greece, according to the commission. "The Czech Republic does not agree with the system of relocation", Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said in response.

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  • EU to launch action against 3 countries over refugee plan
EU to launch action against 3 countries over refugee plan

Free webinar: Register now to learn how the State Department, FCC, CIA, EPA and GSA are implementing their cloud strategies. The refugee scheme was seen as a major plank of the EU's migration policy, and was lauded as a pan-European show of solidarity in 2015 when more than a million people arrived in Europe seeking sanctuary or jobs.

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  • Haley says Trump believes climate is changing
Haley says Trump believes climate is changing

Simpson's claim that he would find the person who he said murdered his wife in 1994. In response, France's foreign ministry posted a 44-second-long video on Twitter and said: "We've seen the @WhiteHouse video about the #ParisAccord". " China will fulfill its promise to bring emissions to a peak by 2030 but it would be really hard to bring emis...

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  • Asian stocks up as investors shrug off tech rout, eye Fed
Asian stocks up as investors shrug off tech rout, eye Fed

The Euro Stoxx 50 index of eurozone bluechip stocks increased 0.39%, while the Stoxx Europe 50 index, which includes some major United Kingdom companies, added 0.29%. The S&P 500 added 7.04 points, or 0.29 percent, to 2,436.43. Any increase, however, would come in the face of persistent signs of weakness in the world's largest economy, which in r...

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  • Trump Accuses 'Cowardly' Comey Of More Leaks
Trump Accuses 'Cowardly' Comey Of More Leaks

Trump Jr. also disputed Comey's credibility, saying of the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director: "I think he even got caught up in his own nonsense on this one". "This is an issue that the president should have cleared up in his press conference", Collins said on CNN's State of the Union. He added that if the special counsel leading th...

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  • CM Shivraj ends his fast — Madhya Pradesh
CM Shivraj ends his fast — Madhya Pradesh

Summary: "I will not end my fast till peace is restored in the state", Chouhan said last evening.The chief minister also that he met 15 delegations of small farmers and 236 panels of big farmers. She said that the cops had forcibly entered her house while chasing down the protesters from a farmers' rally on Friday at Phanda Kalan village near Sehor...

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  • North Korea releases jailed US citizen Otto Warmbier
North Korea releases jailed US citizen Otto Warmbier

Republican Sen. Rob Portman of OH said in a statement that Tillerson had confirmed to him Warmbier's release. Have you read Trendiee Today? Otto Warmbier, the college student arrested, tried and imprisoned in North Korea for more than a year for trying to swipe a souvenir from a hotel, has been released but is in a coma , according to mult...

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  • Talks to restore Stormont institutions to resume
Talks to restore Stormont institutions to resume

Since 1990, the British government has been neutral in Northern Ireland , backing neither the unionists nor the nationalists. A meeting between the two parties later was described as "non-confrontational". Northern Ireland's political parties are set to meet with Mr Brokenshire and Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan ...

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  • Firing Mueller would be a stupid, reckless act even for Trump
Firing Mueller would be a stupid, reckless act even for Trump

The statement came after Sen. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says that a history of political giving is not a disqualifier for those who work for the Department of Justice's special counsel investigating Russian interference in USA elections.

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  • American student Otto Warmbier released by North Korea is in ‘coma’
American student Otto Warmbier released by North Korea is in ‘coma’

Warmbier , a University of Virginia student from suburban Cincinnati, is on his way back to the United States , Tillerson said in a statement . When asked if he would bring up the cases of Warmbier and three other Americans detained in North Korea, Rodman told reporters, "that's not my objective right now ..." In a tearful statement bef...

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  • Sessions will testify in open hearing before Senate Intelligence Committee
Sessions will testify in open hearing before Senate Intelligence Committee

The public testimony Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence committee should yield Sessions' most extensive comments to date on questions that have dogged his entire tenure as attorney general and that led him three months ago to step aside from the Russian Federation probe.

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  • Key developments in Minnesota officer's manslaughter trial
Key developments in Minnesota officer's manslaughter trial

Attorneys for Yanez stated their client had no choice but to shoot Castile after claiming he saw a gun. Five of the officer's seven shots struck Castile. The jury would have to believe that it was simply a coincidence that the same place the Officer Yanez said he saw a gun, a gun was present and that same jury would have to believe that all of that...

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  • May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'
May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'

MPs agreed that they and their constituents did not want another General Election and were united in the aim of stopping Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister. Foster leads a hardline anti-EU party and is supportive of some of May's Brexit plans. Headlines have included " a government that includes the DUP is profoundly bad news for women ".

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  • North Korea frees American citizen: U.S. state secretary
North Korea frees American citizen: U.S. state secretary

The Washington Post reported that Warmbier had been medically evacuated and was in a coma. Tillerson told U.S. senators at the start of a budget hearing that the State Department had no comment on Mr Warmbier's condition, "out of respect for him and his family".

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  • British Election Backs Blacks and Breaks Brexit
British Election Backs Blacks and Breaks Brexit

No mandate for her. And crucially they debated whether the voters had rejected Brexit - or at least Prime Minister Theresa May's hard version of a break with the European Union , which would see Britain not only relinquish EU membership but leave the single market and the bloc's customs union.

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  • May's key ministers hold 'secret talks' with Labour to force soft Brexit
May's key ministers hold 'secret talks' with Labour to force soft Brexit

But May faces a hard balancing act: Divisions over Europe helped sink the premierships of Margaret Thatcher, John Major and David Cameron, and many of her lawmakers and party membership support a sharp break with the EU. Before that, May will travel to France this evening for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron. Brexit will likely be on the...

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  • Gianforte gets community service for body-slamming reporter
Gianforte gets community service for body-slamming reporter

Republican candidate for Montana's congressional seat, Greg Gianforte , slammed a Guardian reporter to the floor, according to sources familiar with the situation. CATES-CARNEY: King-Ries says he didn't see any special treatment being given to Gianforte throughout the proceedings. Thanks to our great justice system and it's blindness, Gian...

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  • 50 years today since the start of the 1967 Middle East War
50 years today since the start of the 1967 Middle East War

A year later, the state of Israel was established, but almost seven decades on, Palestinians are still struggling for independence. As the 50-year-old anomaly of the occupation turns in the minds of an overwhelming majority of Israelis and Palestinians into the only reality they know, governed by constant violence and no political horizon, many o...

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  • EU moves to gain control of key London financial market
EU moves to gain control of key London financial market

The proposals to be published on Tuesday are largely in line with initial plans floated last month by the commission, the EU's executive arm. Around £440 billion of euro-denominated trade pass through Britain's clearing houses everyday thanks to so-called "passporting" rules which now allow them to sell their services freely across the rest of th...

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  • UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance
UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance

The deal has also caused consternation in Dublin, with Irish premier Enda Kenny warning such an alliance could upset Northern Ireland's fragile peace. "My preoccupation is that time is passing - it's passing quicker than anyone believes - because the subjects we need to deal with are extraordinarily complex from a technical, judicial and financ...

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  • USA urges Arab nations to ease blockade of Qatar
USA urges Arab nations to ease blockade of Qatar

Tillerson, whom Trump has tasked with de-escalating the dispute, said it is " troubling to the United States, the region and to many people who are directly affected". Up to 5,000 Turkish soldiers might be deployed to Qatar under the new legislation, Rudaw news reports, adding that the troops are now on standby and ready for their deployment.

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  • Trump proposal aims at another way of getting people to work
Trump proposal aims at another way of getting people to work

Mueller will likely seek to determine whether anyone on the White House staff discussed what Trump was going to say to, or do with, Comey . Trump corruptly tried to block the pending criminal investigation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn .

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  • North Korea releases jailed American college student
North Korea releases jailed American college student

North Korea is expecting another visit by Rodman on Tuesda. "It's all about doing one thing; it's about peace", Rodman said . It's unclear if President Donald Trump was aware of Rodman's travel plans. Otto Warmbier was arrested in January of 2016 at Pyongyang's airport while on his way home from a visit to North Korea. Rodman's expected vis...

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  • Cyclone brings destruction to Myanmar refugee camps in Bangladesh
Cyclone brings destruction to Myanmar refugee camps in Bangladesh

About 20,000 houses in refugee camps for Rohingya were damaged, community leader Abdus Salam told AFP news agency. Tropical cyclone MORA continued moving north toward the coastal district of Cox's Bazar (Chittagong divison), strengthening.

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  • Paul Ryan says everyone should just let Robert Mueller do his job
Paul Ryan says everyone should just let Robert Mueller do his job

And Rosenstein said Mueller could not be fired without his personal assent. Attorney General Jeff Sessions heatedly denied on Tuesday that he had any undisclosed meeting with the Russian ambassador or conversations with Russian officials about the US elections.

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  • SABC board fires Hlaudi Motsoeneng
SABC board fires Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been found guilty in an internal disciplinary hearing , a reliable source close to the hearings told News24. During the parliamentary ad-hoc committee hearing into corporate governance and maladministration, the "SABC 8", which included economics editor Thandeka Qgubule-Mbeki and SA FM current affairs exec...

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