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When asked if Kershaw's death could be considered "suicide by cop", Marshak said, "That's a great likelihood, that he meant to end his life this day". They did not release the make and models of the vehicles. Police say the suspect drove off on I-55, leading to a chase. 61 south of Festus. St. Louis County Police Chief John Belmar commended the officers involved.
  • Saudi-led block adds 9 entities and 9 people to terror lists

    Saudi-led block adds 9 entities and 9 people to terror lists

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    Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt blacklisted nine charity and media organisations, and nine individuals linked to Qatar as "terrorists", the statement said. Doha denies the accusation of supporting terrorism and says the blockade is a violation of global law. Doha refused to accept those demands. But the Saudi-led group called the agreement "insufficient" and said it would "carefully monitor the seriousness of Qatari authorities in combating all forms of financing, supporting ...
  • Last baby killer whale born at SeaWorld dies

    Last baby killer whale born at SeaWorld dies

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    Last year, SeaWorld announced it would phase out killer whale shows. The staff spent the last three days providing critical care for the calf, but her health continued to decline and she died Monday. "Kyara had a tremendous impact on the entire zoological team, not to mention all of the guests that had the chance to see her", San Antonio trainer Julie Sigman said in a statement .
  • U.S. judge halts deportation of 1400 Iraqis

    U.S. judge halts deportation of 1400 Iraqis

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    Judge Goldsmith said he hoped the additional time would ensure "those who might be subjected to grave harm and possible death are not cast out of this country before having their day in court". It was due to expire Monday under the previous order. Lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) who are representing the immigrants argued that the Iraqis could face persecution, torture or death back home because many were regarded as religious minorities in the country.
  • Donald Trump slams attorney general for not probing Hillary Clinton

    Donald Trump slams attorney general for not probing Hillary Clinton

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    While Sessions has insisted he will stay on, Trump's intensifying barrage of criticism could convince him otherwise, even if Trump opts not to fire him. "Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else", Trump told the New York Times last week.
  • Switzerland continues manhunt for chainsaw attack suspect

    Switzerland continues manhunt for chainsaw attack suspect

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    Police said they do not believe Monday's attack in the historic town of Schaffhausen is terrorism related, but warned the public that the man at large is "dangerous". They confirmed that he is on the run and described him as bald with an unkempt appearance and around 190cm tall. "We are searching for a man whose description is now known".
  • Spieth pips Kuchar to title

    Spieth pips Kuchar to title

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    We've already seen him match the scoring record at The Masters , back it up with a nails Sunday finish at The U.S. Open , and implode on a Sunday at The Masters. "And I got the answer "no" and thought that's a much better location for me to hit the next shot because I can get it much closer to the green and it saves me nearly a full stroke from going back to the tee".
  • Israel removes metal detectors at holy site

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    And as word spread of the decision, a few hundred Palestinians gathered to celebrate near an entrance to the mosque compound, referred to as Haram al Sharif by Muslims and Temple Mount by Jews. on the different messages that each of us can pass on to the parties in the region". Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas suspended all contacts between the Palestinian Authority and the Israeli government Friday in protest of the metal detectors.
  • Iran urges release of detained citizens in US

    Iran urges release of detained citizens in US

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    The Trump administration called on Iran to return a Jewish-American man who disappeared from Iran in 2007 while working on behalf of the Central Intelligence Agency. Reformist MP Soheila Jelodarzadeh has said that the Islamic Republic of Iran is not after retaliation and it merely looks for justice but if the super powers put forward excessive demands the nation would take the necessary measures by all means.
  • Senate Republicans 'have not done their job' on ending 'Obamacare nightmare'

    Senate Republicans 'have not done their job' on ending 'Obamacare nightmare'

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    President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans campaigned on a pledge to roll back former President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, the 2010 Affordable Care Act , also known as Obamacare . One option under consideration is to vote on a "repeal-only" Bill, which would delay a decision on an Obamacare replacement plan for two years. And Trump said legislation will continue to cover preexisting conditions and will devote "substantial resources" to combating ...
  • MA can't legally hold immigrants on ICE detainer requests - state court

    MA can't legally hold immigrants on ICE detainer requests - state court

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    That doesn't make it any less important in ways that could extend beyond MA. Lyons said the bill would be "straightforward", giving MA police and court officers the power to arrest someone on a civil immigration warrant. Keep them safe by freeing career alien criminals. The authorities had already issued a civil immigration detainer against Mr. Lunn, and he was held - apparently in the courthouse - for hours after his case was dismissed and then taken into custody by immigration authorities.