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Mavromatis said the suspect was killed, and a second man who was in a auto with the suspect was taken into custody by City Police. The suspect's body was still lying next to a auto in the Huntington Bank drive-thru area this morning. A nearby probation officer also stepped in, pulling a weapon. "This man shoots a judge, could've killed him", Abdalla said of the attacker. "Prosecutors need to be armed".
  • No Powerball victor, jackpot jumps to $650 Million

    No Powerball victor, jackpot jumps to $650 Million

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    None were from Pennsylvania. Saturday night's Powerball jackpot climbed to $541.9 million, soaring well above earlier estimates of $510 million. The next drawing, on Wednesday, will now be an estimated $650 million. The Powerball game is played in 44 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. One customer won more than $600,000 during Wednesday's Powerball drawing for matching five out of six of the numbers.
  • US, South Korea start annual military drill amid North Korea tension

    US, South Korea start annual military drill amid North Korea tension

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    In June, China initiated a road map for the settlement of North Korean crisis, the so-called double freeze plan, which provides for the simultaneous cessation of North Korea's nuclear activity and the US-South Korean military exercises. However, the US and South Korea maintain they are purely defensive. "The Trump group's declaration of the reckless nuclear war exercises against North Korea ...
  • Finnish police request detention of five suspects over knife attack

    Finnish police request detention of five suspects over knife attack

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    Detectives said he came to Finland as an asylum seeker in 2016. Mourners bring memorial cards, candles and flowers to the Turku Market Square, in Turku, Finland August 20, 2017. "It seems that the suspect chose women as his targets, because the men who were wounded were injured when they tried to help, or prevent the attacks", said Crista Granroth of Finland's National Bureau of Investigation, according to the BBC.
  • Monday, August 21 Morning Forecast

    Monday, August 21 Morning Forecast

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    If you are going to look at the solar eclipse make sure you have properly eye wear to protect your eyes. A round of storms early on in the day will also influence cloud cover. A cold front moves through Tuesday bringing widespread rain, it will be heavy at times. A cold front will move in late Wednesday . Plenty of sun and lower humidity, with highs in the upper 80s.
  • Almost 600 dead in South Asia floods

    Almost 600 dead in South Asia floods

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    Almost 400,000 people were staying in state-run shelters, with an estimated 10 million affected by the deluge, the worst since 2008 when almost 300 people were killed. Poor people, mostly farmers, were the chief victims and many took refuge on roadsides and embankments. In the neighbouring State of Uttar Pradesh, 69 the dead were identified, and two million people are affected by the floods.
  • Charlottesville Victim's Mother Says She Will Not Take Trump's Calls

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    Democrats and Republicans alike called the events " disgusting and un-American" but some Republicans were reluctant to join Democrats who claim President Donald Trump has contributed to the tensions with divisive rhetoric during his 2016 campaign or that he was slow to criticize white supremacists groups in Charlottesville .
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    Racial tensions and the statues that stoke them

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    Heather Heyer , a 32-year-old paralegal, was killed when an alleged white supremacist drove his vehicle though a crowd of counter-protesters. In an interview with NBC News , Bro said that the White House had attempted to call her several times since her daughter's death, but that she hasn't had a chance to speak to Trump.
  • Korea resumes threats ahead of exercises

    Korea resumes threats ahead of exercises

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    This year's UFG comes amid brewing speculation about the future of the Seoul-Washington alliance as the two nations are under growing pressure to downsize their regular combined military training, which Pyongyang views as a rehearsal for a northern invasion.
  • US Chief of Staff Given Tour of Northeastern Chinese Military Base

    US Chief of Staff Given Tour of Northeastern Chinese Military Base

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    Yesterday, Dunford had signed an agreement with his Chinese counterpart, General Fang Fenghui, chief of the PLA's Joint Staff Department, to formalize an increase in communication between the USA and Chinese militaries. Commercial trade between Chile and North Korea is just $27 million a year, about $25 million of which is Chilean imports from the Asian country. The views expressed therein are not necessarily those of stlucianewsonline.com, its sponsors or advertisers.