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All of the asylum seekers are from West Africa but police would not give their nationalities, genders or ages. A 43-year-old woman was arrested in relation to the incident at the scene. The vehicle was stopped at 9 p.m. Friday night. The nine individuals were not injured and were transferred into CBSA custody. The Canadian Border Services Agency does not keep statistics on asylum seekers who have a criminal record or have been charged with a crime but have not been detained.
  • Turkey electoral board rejects request to annul referendum

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    In a phone call, the USA president also thanked Mr Erdogan for supporting America's missile strike on a Syrian government airbase on 7 April. While the result confirmed a much lower margin than had been expected, an observer from the Council of Europe said on Tuesday that up to 2.5m votes could have been manipulated, far eclipsing Erdogan's victory margin of 1.3m votes.
  • Pro-Trump, anti-Trump protestors collide in Berkeley; 13 arrested

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    In Last Vegas, police said a broadcast photojournalist for KLAS-TV was arrested and cited for trespassing and obstructing during a protest at Trump International Hotel near the Strip. Bauer also noted that a number of Trump supporters expressed discomfort at their co-protesters' racist and anti-semitic views and demonstrations. Also on April 15, demonstrations calling on Trump to release his personal tax returns took place in more than 100 cities across the nation.
  • Senators aim for more of same vs. Bruins

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    Bobby Ryan scored on a tip-in on a power play 5:43 into overtime, and the Ottawa Senators recovered after giving up a three-goal lead to beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 Monday night to take a 2-1 lead in the first-round series . Bruce Cassidy and the Boston Bruins pride themselves on their ability to close out games. At 4:38 of overtime, Boston's Riley Nash was whistled for roughing for taking a jab at Ryan.
  • Stalker who harrassed Malia Obama at work is detained

    Stalker who harrassed Malia Obama at work is detained

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    Secret Service agents stopped him and recognized him as the man who had repeatedly tried to get into the White House in the past, sources said. But he returned just two days later on Wednesday, April 12, and followed her out of her other interning job, in the West Village.
  • Ex-President George HW Bush Remains in Houston Hospital

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    He is looking forward to going home, but won't be discharged Wednesday. "It was subsequently determined he had a mild case of pneumonia, which has been treated and resolved", the statement said. Bush, 91, had an overlapping stay at the same hospital for treatment of bronchitis. "Bush has a form of Parkinson's disease and uses a motorized scooter or a wheelchair for mobility".
  • Trump follows Turnbull's visa changes with 'buy American and hire American' order

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    Critics of the program say most H1B visas are awarded for lower-paid jobs at outsourcing firms, many based in India. Trump's plan is to alter the H-1B system so it admits only workers who are among the most highly paid and/or skilled in their fields - a "total transformation", he says, from the current system in which successful applicants are chosen in a lottery .
  • Fresno shooter wanted to kill many white people, police say

    Fresno shooter wanted to kill many white people, police say

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    A man wanted in the slaying of a motel security guard fatally shot three men he apparently chose at random, Fresno, California, police said. The suspect yelled "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest) when he was arrested, officials said. He then shot at another person on the street but missed, before gunning down a 37-year-old man who was walking with a bag of groceries. Police say two of the victims may have been clients of Catholic Charities, which provides a variety of services for refugees, ...
  • Famous bridge of Madison County destroyed by fire

    Famous bridge of Madison County destroyed by fire

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    Officials say the bridge was fully engulfed by the time firefighters got to the bridge near Winterset in south-central Iowa. Madison County Sheriff Jason Barnes tells us the early investigation points to arson. You may have heard of those bridges from the novel or movie that starred Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. The location was rebuilt and reopened in 2004 after an estimated $1million in repairs.
  • Inkster men charged in Greektown brawl captured on video

    Inkster men charged in Greektown brawl captured on video

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    It is alleged that cocaine was found on Harvey at the time of his arrest, leading to an additional charge of cocaine possession. Harvey and Faulk were arraigned Wednesday. "If you think you're going to go (on) Facebook Live, if you think we don't have cameras all over Detroit ... we are going to identify you", Craig said.
  • Can Facebook augment its future with new AR camera push?

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    Facebook's efforts to embed camera functionality in all the apps it runs isn't just a push to crush Snapchat. While AR Studio , now in restricted in closed beta, lets developers create interactive 3D masks over human faces that track and respond to facial movement, Frame Studio lets devs create 2D overlays to adorn photos and videos.
  • Commissioner Blake Huffman running for governor

    Commissioner Blake Huffman running for governor

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    He has served on the Ramsey County board since 1012 after a stint on Shoreview's City Council. Lots gets talked about but very little gets done that helps us on Main Street", Huffman said, adding, "I have experience. Still, Huffman said he's opposed to the almost $2 billion Southwest Light Rail Transit extension. Another candidate, Christopher Chamberlin, has also filed to run as a Republican.