• London Parliament Terrorist Attack: Islamic Terrorism Link Probed, 7 Arrested

    London Parliament Terrorist Attack: Islamic Terrorism Link Probed, 7 Arrested

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    Metropolitan Police Acting Deputy Commissioner and Head of Counter Terrorism Mark Rowley said in a statement that a total of nine persons remain in custody and one woman has been released on bail. "At this stage we have no specific information about further threats to the public". "That is their assumption at the moment, but they don't have a full enough picture of this man and his known associates, and who may, or may not, have helped him prepare this attack.
  • Naked protesters slaughter sheep at Auschwitz and chain themselves under infamous gates

    Naked protesters slaughter sheep at Auschwitz and chain themselves under infamous gates

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    Local media reported that the youths used a drone to film the incident and draped a white banner with the red text "love" over the camp gate. He added that "a knife was found at the scene". Some Polish media say the action was a protest against the war in Ukraine, BBC Warsaw correspondent Adam Easton reports. According to the museum, 1.1 million people, including 1 million Jews, were murdered by the Nazis at the camp.
  • SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Students With Disabilities

    SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Students With Disabilities

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    The case helps clarify the scope of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act , a federal law that requires a " free and appropriate public education " for disabled students. Democrats said that in eight out of 10 cases as a 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judge, Gorsuch sided with school districts rather than disabled students in lawsuits filed under the law.
  • Woods desperate for Masters outing

    Woods desperate for Masters outing

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    The Golf World story , by Brian Wacker, cited several sources in saying it "seems unlikely" Woods would play in the Masters, which begins in three weeks. "That's the hard part is getting the prep time in", he continued. Just last week at the Valspar Championship , Steve Stricker told reporters while he has not seen Woods recently, he has texted with Tiger and been in contact with those around him.
  • Brexit Is a 'Failure and Tragedy' for EU, Juncker Admits

    Brexit Is a 'Failure and Tragedy' for EU, Juncker Admits

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    He said a scenario of the deadline of March 2019 passing with no deal, as has been suggested in London as a possibility, was not one the European Union was entertaining. "There will be no sanctions, no punishment, nothing of that kind". Mr Juncker explained that Britain would not be punished for their decision to Leave the European Union, but still had to pay the bill.
  • GOP health care plan dominates conversations in Washington, California

    GOP health care plan dominates conversations in Washington, California

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    In the afternoon, the Freedom Caucus took an internal ballot on the latest offer from the White House and House Republican leaders, and most rejected it. Technically, no one would have to buy it. Only 38% of people in the individual markets had a plan with maternity coverage. But insurance is still god under AHCA.
  • Harbor Freight customers due discount due to class action lawsuit

    Harbor Freight customers due discount due to class action lawsuit

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    The suit, filed by Cleveland firm Dworken & Bernstein over what they call "misleading sale prices", alleges that Harbor Freight advertised merchandise at a "sale" or "compare at" price, when those items were actually not discounted. You'll get a minimum of 20% of the amount you saved in cash or 30% of that amount on a gift card. You have until August 7, 2017 to file a claim. You can find more information about the settlement here and go here to submit a claim online .
  • 33 killed in USA airstrike on Syria refugee school

    33 killed in USA airstrike on Syria refugee school

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    On Wednesday, the Pentagon disclosed that Marine pilots airlifted scores of Syrian partner forces to the front lines, kicking off an offensive created to capture a strategic crossroad along the Euphrates River. The push toward the Tishrin Dam came three days after U.S. "The role of coalition forces hasn't changed". Washington sees it as a critical battlefield partner.
  • Arsene Wenger reveals Luis Suarez 'agreement' with Arsenal in 2013

    Arsene Wenger reveals Luis Suarez 'agreement' with Arsenal in 2013

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    He was still at the club in 2005-06 when Arsenal reached the Champions League final for the first and thus far only time. "It's the same situation with Ozil because, when once you don't find an agreement and it lasts, it's not good for them, so it's better you get it out and sit down during the summer".
  • The EU won't

    The EU won't "punish" the United Kingdom - but it wants what it's owed

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    Juncker described Britain leaving the European Union as "a failure and a tragedy", adding that he would be "sad" when May's letter of withdrawal arrives at EC headquarters in Brussels next week. "It's about people. I am strongly committed to preserve the rights of Europeans living in Britain and the British people living on the European continent".