• CMU Press Conference On Shooting, 10:30 am Saturday

    CMU Press Conference On Shooting, 10:30 am Saturday

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    The Friday shooting unfolded around 8:30 a.m.at a residence hall on campus as parents arrived at the university to pick up their children for the upcoming spring break. Yeagley said witness statements and video indicate that at the time they were shot, Davis Jr.'s parents were in his fourth-floor dorm at the campus' Campbell Hall "simply packing up for spring break".
  • Dublin supermarket is looted using machinery

    Dublin supermarket is looted using machinery

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    The incident occurred the same night "substantial damage" was caused to the Lidl supermarket in Fortunestown and further damage to another premises in Jobstown. Gardaí said the damage was substantial. Armed gardaí are patrolling the Tallaght area in a six-wheel drive military vehicle this morning following the incidents.
  • Seven killed, lakhs without power as massive storm pounds US

    Seven killed, lakhs without power as massive storm pounds US

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    A 6-year-old Virginia boy and adults in Virginia, Rhode Island and Maryland also died Friday due to fallen trees or tree limbs. Almost 1.7 million properties are without power and at least one person has been killed. Federal offices closed on Friday in Washington D.C. while dozens of schools throughout the region canceled classes. Correction: Earlier versions of this story incorrectly cited the location of one storm death.
  • European Union withdrawal text constitutionally unacceptable - DUP leader

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    Such an arrangement would effectively create a hard customs border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom, affecting the significant volume of meat and dairy products traded across the Irish Sea. "And actually write them down, they can't be theoretical stuff about congestion charges and tolling in another country", he said, referring to British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's suggestion that technology similar to that used for traveling between two London boroughs ...
  • European Union must work with Britain to avoid hard border, insists Theresa May

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    Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson posed with thumbs up and a copy of the speech , having been stranded in Hungary due to the snow . "If this is cherry-picking, then every trade arrangement is cherry-picking", she commented. "Third, it must protect people's jobs and security". It must protect jobs and security, with Britain and the European Union continuing to pursue the "shared goals" of growing their economies while keeping their people safe.
  • Slain Slovak journalist was probing Italian mafia links

    Slain Slovak journalist was probing Italian mafia links

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    Anti-mafia prosecutors in Reggio Calabria "officially brought to the attention of the global police organs and the Slovakian national police the need to monitor the activities of the group of Calabrians arrested because they are suspected of being involved in the murder of the young journalist Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend", a statement said.
  • Roberta Jacobson, US ambassador to Mexico delivers her resignation

    Roberta Jacobson, US ambassador to Mexico delivers her resignation

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    The ambassador, Roberta S. Jacobson, 57, served just under two years in the post , after her arrival was delayed by a prolonged confirmation process. "And that we are stronger together", she concluded. "You know how great our two countries are". For Mrs. Jacobson, the ambassadorial post was the culmination of a career largely centered in Washington, where she was most recently the assistant secretary for Western Hemisphere affairs.
  • Seoul urges USA to loosen demands if North Korea talks to start

    Seoul urges USA to loosen demands if North Korea talks to start

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    President Donald Trump said on Monday that the United States, which has been ramping up pressure on North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs, would like to have talks with Pyongyang but only under the right conditions. North and South Korea will continue refining the details of the Paralympics participation in the week leading up to the event through the dedicated communications channels in Panmunjeom.
  • 2 people shot on Central Michigan University campus

    2 people shot on Central Michigan University campus

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    Two people have been shot dead on the campus of Central Michigan University in the U.S. state of Michigan - and police say the suspect is still at large. Police urge you do not approach him. One student says she locked herself in her off-campus house that's about a 10-minute walk from the residence hall.
  • Eight Turkish soldiers killed by Kurdish fighters in Afrin

    Eight Turkish soldiers killed by Kurdish fighters in Afrin

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    Some 41 Turkish soldiers and 116 Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants have been killed since the start of "Operation Olive Branch" into Afrin, Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli said on March 2, speaking at the graduation ceremony of the National Defense University in Istanbul.
  • One killed as Kabul bomb explodes near Australian convoy: embassy

    One killed as Kabul bomb explodes near Australian convoy: embassy

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    A suicide auto bomb early Friday morning struck a foreign troops' convoy in eastern Kabul , killing at least one civilian and wounding four more, according to the Afghan Interior Ministry. An Afghan security personnel gestures as he arrives at the site of a auto bomb attack targeting a foreign forces, in Kabul on March 2, 2018. The recent attacks have underscored the weaknesses of Afghan security forces.