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Bruce LeVell, who is also a business owner in Atlanta, said he was with King's niece, Alveda, and other civil rights leaders at the city's celebration of its iconic son. Nigeria is far from being the first country to demonstarate its protest about the United States president's racially-charged comments. Trump drew widespread criticism last week after he reportedly referred to African countries as "shithole" countries .
  • Leaving single market would cost Scotland £13bn, says Sturgeon

    Leaving single market would cost Scotland £13bn, says Sturgeon

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    Ms Sturgeon remained adamant Scotland remains in the single market and the customs union to preserve the "economic benefits" of EU membership. The single market also includes the free movement of goods, services, capital and people. The Scottish Conservatives have urged Ms Sturgeon to back UK-wide rules on trade and immigration rather than seeking any separate deal for Scotland.
  • Lebanon blast: Hamas official wounded in vehicle bomb attack

    Lebanon blast: Hamas official wounded in vehicle bomb attack

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    Who tried to kill a senior Hamas official in Lebanon? Taha added that the "Israeli enemy was responsible for targeting Hamdan". The Lebanese Army also released a statement soon after the bombing, confirming that an explosion had targeted Hamdan as he was entering his auto.
  • Bitter Wind Chills Ahead of Chance for Snow Tuesday, Wednesday

    Bitter Wind Chills Ahead of Chance for Snow Tuesday, Wednesday

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    Additional accumulations of less than an inch are expected. New data suggests that most of the snow may already be south of the area by the commute time Monday morning. The National Weather Service says clouds will increase Saturday night with temperatures plunging to minus 11 and wind chill as low as minus 22 in the metro area.
  • Records show Federal Bureau of Investigation knew of Vegas gunman's gear

    Records show Federal Bureau of Investigation knew of Vegas gunman's gear

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    After the shooting, police found 19 guns and several pounds of potentially explosive materials at Paddock's three-bedroom house in a retirement community in the city of Mesquite. FBI spokesman Sandra Breault in Las Vegas said late Friday that she could not comment about Danley or the investigation. There is a mention of Paddock's health in one affidavit, with an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent saying that he "may have been treated for yet unidentified medical conditions", but the agent ...
  • Cotton, Perdue Attended Trump Meeting But 'Don't Recall' Sh*thole Comment

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    Lindsey Graham , a South Carolina Republican, waiting to brief Trump on their bipartisan immigration negotiations. A Republican senator is insisting that President Donald Trump did not use a vulgar term in referring to African countries during a closed-door meeting on immigration that he and five other senators attended last week.
  • Drugged driver crashes auto into second story of California building, officials say

    Drugged driver crashes auto into second story of California building, officials say

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    Both victims were safely removed from the auto with minor injuries. See the complete report . "The driver, who admitted to using narcotics, will be admitted to a local hospital for observation", police said . Firefighters said there were two people inside the vehicle. LA County Fire removed the vehicle from the structure following an assessment of the integrity of the structure by Public Works.
  • Alert Level 3 raised over Mayon; 919 families evacuate - NDRRMC

    Alert Level 3 raised over Mayon; 919 families evacuate - NDRRMC

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    Residents of the areas are also advised to wear face masks due to ash fall. The volcano's most recent deadly activity came in 2013 when it suddenly spewed clouds of ash, killing five climbers. Sto Domingo town mayor Herbie Aguas, on the other hand, ordered that residents within the slopes of the volcano who might be experiencing ashfalls should take precautionary measures against inhalation and possible roof collapse due to accumulated heavy ash and rain.