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The man accused of impersonating a boy missing since 2011 appeared in federal court Friday morning. The FBI identified Rini as the person who claimed to be the Timmothy Pitzen , after DNA testing. "You'll never find him", she wrote. Police responding to a report of a suspicious man encountered Rini in Newport, Kentucky on Wednesday. A neighbor's daughter called police after the individual told them he had run for two hours and that his stomach hurt.
  • White House Claims Trump’s Serious About Border Shutdown

    White House Claims Trump’s Serious About Border Shutdown

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    Trump threatened on Friday to close the border this week unless Mexico took steps. Amplified by conservative media, Trump has turned the caravans into the symbol of what he says are the dangers of illegal immigration - a central theme of his midterm campaigning last fall.
  • United States police investigating teen's claim he is boy missing for eight years

    United States police investigating teen's claim he is boy missing for eight years

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    The boy said he had recently been held in a Red Roof Inn by a duo of muscular white men. They had been staying at a Red Roof Inn, but he said he did not know where. Maternal grandmother Alana Anderson celebrated Timmothy's seventh birthday by planting a 7-year-old blue spruce in her backyard, buying him a birthday card and cutting out pictures of things she wanted to buy for him: A skateboard, a remote-control helicopter.
  • Ethiopian Airlines boeing 737 'hit by object' causing it to crash

    Ethiopian Airlines boeing 737 'hit by object' causing it to crash

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    Ethiopian Airlines has commented on the report, saying it shows their crew followed Boeing and FAA (Flight Aviation Authority) procedures to the letter. The preliminary report into the Lion Air disaster suggested pilots lost control after grappling with MCAS, a new automated anti-stall feature that repeatedly lowered the nose of the aircraft based on faulty data from a sensor.
  • United States and Turkey Standoff Over F-35 and Russia's S-400

    United States and Turkey Standoff Over F-35 and Russia's S-400

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    Following protracted efforts to purchase air defense systems from the USA with no success, Ankara decided in 2017 to purchase the Russian S-400 air defense system. But acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Tuesday that he expected Turkey's F-35s to ultimately be delivered and was optimistic that Ankara would purchase the Patriot instead.
  • Boeing system triggered repeatedly in Ethiopian crash

    Boeing system triggered repeatedly in Ethiopian crash

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    The investigation into what caused the crash of Ethiopian Flight 302 is still ongoing, though all Boeing Max planes have been grounded around the world. They are looking into the role of a flight-control system known by its acronym, MCAS, which under some circumstances can automatically lower the plane's nose to prevent an aerodynamic stall.
  • DHS sending 750 more agents to U.S.-Mexico border over 'influx'

    DHS sending 750 more agents to U.S.-Mexico border over 'influx'

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    Trump had acknowledged the economic costs of shutting down the border earlier in the day in the Oval Office. "We have so many people every day who go back and forth". "He's hoping that Mexico will continue to step up, like we've seen them do over the last couple of weeks", Sanders said. Shutting the USA border with Mexico would cause havoc for the automobile industry, experts warned amid signs that President Donald Trump is stepping back from his threat to seal off the two nations.
  • UK Lawmakers Reject All 4 Brexit Options

    UK Lawmakers Reject All 4 Brexit Options

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    As part of Wednesday's parliamentary business, MPs will also vote on whether to have another round of so-called indicative votes on Brexit Plan B options on Monday. May's deal aims to smooth Britain's European Union exit by settling its financial affairs, guaranteeing the rights of expatriate citizens and setting up a transition period until 2022 at the latest in which new trading terms could be agreed between London and Brussels .