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When police arrived at the scene, Stephens fled and led police on an approximately two-mile chase. State police major William Teper said the trooper who rammed Stephens' auto "saw him pull the gun out and shoot himself". But more than 100 miles from the shooting, Stephens' time on the run was almost up when the attendant who took his money recognised the suspect and dialled 911.
  • Daesh 'mufti' killed in W. Mosul: Iraqi police official

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    In February, Iraqi ground forces - backed by a US -led air coalition - began fresh operations aimed at ousting Daesh from western Mosul, the terrorist group's last bastion in northern Iraq. Giraffe gives birth as millions watch live feed April the giraffe has given birth to a calf in a New York Zoo, as a live internet audience of over a million people watched on.
  • Park Could Face Life in Jail After Indictment

    Park Could Face Life in Jail After Indictment

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    Prosecutors suspect that Park promised favors regarding the two conglomerates' bids to operate duty-free shops and other pending issues. The scandal also shed light on her questionable, decades-long ties to Choi and Choi's father, a shady religious figure who wielded huge influence on Park from the 1970s until his death in 1994.
  • Easter egg hunt at Millsite park draws a crowd

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    On a damp afternoon, the baseball/softball fields were filled with hundreds of families and children ready to hop to an early Easter by egg hunting on the fields. Some of the volunteers said there were communication issues between State Parks and the Moose Lodge. In addition to assorted sweets and chocolates, the hunt featured a number of special eggs that were redeemed for larger prizes.
  • UB students react to New York State free tuition plan

    UB students react to New York State free tuition plan

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    It also only considers family income, but not how many children a family has. Once students graduate, they will be required to live and work in NY for the same number of years after graduation as the number of years they received the scholarship.
  • Democrat hovers near the 50% needed to capture Atlanta-area House race

    Democrat hovers near the 50% needed to capture Atlanta-area House race

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    This Tuesday it was another special election - this one in suburban Atlanta - where a slew of GOP candidates managed to keep Democrat Jon Ossoff just under 50%, forcing a June runoff. "It's something I've been very transparent about", he said. She also is antichoice. "As soon as she finishes her medical training, I will be 10 minutes back up the road where I grew up".
  • Emirates Airlines throws major shades at United Airlines

    Emirates Airlines throws major shades at United Airlines

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    David Dao still hasn't made it home to Elizabethtown, Kentucky, because he's been stuck in Chicago recovering from Sunday's incident. Fellow passengers captured footage of the officers seemingly slamming Dao against an armrest before dragging him along the floor down the aisle and off the plane.
  • US troops still battling Islamic State near site of bomb strike

    US troops still battling Islamic State near site of bomb strike

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    Afghan's Kabul-based Pajhwok Afghan News agency quoted an unnamed security official as saying that "13 Indian Daesh militants were also among those killed". The GBU-43 bomb, nicknamed MOAB for "massive ordnance air blast" or "mother of all bombs", killed 96 Islamic State militants, including four key IS leaders on April 13, the Pentagon and Afghan officials have said.
  • After US strikes, Trump's Syria plan starts coming into view

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    Russian Federation and the United States initiated export from Syria and further elimination of chemical weapons, which the Syrian Armed Forces had, she continued. "At the right time everyone will come to their senses & there will be lasting peace!" "The UK, the USA and all our key allies are of one mind: we believe that this was highly likely to be an attack by Assad, on his own people, using poison gas weapons that were banned nearly 100 years ago, under the 1925 Geneva protocol".
  • Suspect in foiled French election attack also sought by Belgium

    Suspect in foiled French election attack also sought by Belgium

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    After that, she said, France would introduce "much more drastic, more reasonable, more humane, more manageable rules" on immigration. Opinion polls suggest Macron and Le Pen will reach the second round on May 7 run-off. France's tumultuous election campaign, marked by surprising outcomes in the two main party primaries, the relegation of early frontrunners for the presidency, and the rise of Macron's independent political movement, has become increasingly tense as the gap between ...
  • Two held over plot to disrupt French presidential election

    Two held over plot to disrupt French presidential election

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    With the country still under a state of emergency, Mr Fekl said 50,000 police, gendarmes and soldiers would be deployed for each leg of the election, and security reinforced for the candidates. "We can not fight the terrorism that weighs on our country without controlling our borders", Le Pen said. "Because they were delinquents, they would have been expelled from France", Le Pen said.
  • Trump signs

    Trump signs "Buy American, Hire American" executive order in Kenosha

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    A few weeks ago, the Trump administration issued a stern warning to US companies that it would investigate and prosecute those who overlook qualified American workers for jobs. Trump says the order will help American workers whose jobs are threatened by skilled immigrants, which is what he promised to do on the campaign trail.