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Israel also said that "we also need to talk about sensible gun control". The Broward County Sheriff's Department did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News' request for additional information. "He should have went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer", Israel said. "Our approach to this whole thing is never again". "Crooked Hillary said that I want guns brought into the school classroom".
  • Kamal Haasan's new party is called Makkal Needhi Maiam

    Kamal Haasan's new party is called Makkal Needhi Maiam

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    Parties may come during a season but they are just like paper flowers which don't have flagrance. Stalin, in his letter also said that DMK was a massive people's movement nurtured by late party founder C N Annadurai and party patriarch M Karunanidhi.
  • Trudeau Announces Investment Deal With India Worth $1-Billion

    Trudeau Announces Investment Deal With India Worth $1-Billion

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    Manjit Singh Gill, a sculptor from Moga's Ghal Kalan village prepared a unique sculptor depicting India-Canada ties and it was put on display at the village on Wednesday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, and children, Xavier, 10, Ella-Grace, nine, and Hadrien, three, arrive in Ahmedabad, India, February 19.
  • Japanese wins custody of 13 kids born to surrogates

    Japanese wins custody of 13 kids born to surrogates

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    Shigeta hired the Thai surrogates before the ban on foreigners. All 13 babies linked to Shigeta in Thailand have since been put under the care of the ministry's shelters for children, while Shigeta himself has assigned representatives to regularly visit his children.
  • Albertsons Companies merges with portion of Rite Aid

    Albertsons Companies merges with portion of Rite Aid

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    The integrated company will operate approximately 4,900 locations, 4,350 pharmacy counters and 320 clinics across 38 states and Washington, D.C., serving more than 40 million customers per week. Franklin Resources Inc has invested 0.04% in Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD ). Shareholders of Albertsons would hold roughly 71% of the combined company, while Rite Aid investors would own the rest.
  • Supreme Court declines to hear case on California gun law

    Supreme Court declines to hear case on California gun law

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    The rebuff came less than a week after a gunman killed 17 people and wounded a dozen others at a Florida high school. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas slammed lower federal court judges for treating the Second Amendment as a "constitutional orphan" and refusing to give it "the respect due an enumerated constitutional right".
  • After Pennsylvania congressional map impasse, a new map revealed

    After Pennsylvania congressional map impasse, a new map revealed

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    The Brennan Center for Justice estimated that the old map had accounted for an additional three to four GOP seats in Congress. President Donald Trump narrowly won the state in 2016. Pennsylvania's congressional map is normally enacted as legislation, meaning it passes through the state House and Senate, then goes to the governor for his signature or veto.
  • Donald Trump denies forcibly kissing woman in 2006

    Donald Trump denies forcibly kissing woman in 2006

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    President Donald Trump , less than an hour before his scheduled daily intelligence briefing, fired off a series of tweets denying a 13-year-old allegation that he forcibly kissed a young woman in a Trump Tower elevator. The former Bayrock Group receptionist has said that the encounter happened on the 24th floor of Trump Tower, not in the lobby. On Tuesday, President Donald Trump fumed on Twitter over an allegation of sexual misconduct.
  • Russian FM: Washington must stop 'playing with fire' in Syria

    Russian FM: Washington must stop 'playing with fire' in Syria

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    According to reports, the Feb 7 attack killed over 100 pro-government fighters who pledged their allegiance to President Bashar-al-Assad in the eastern province of Deir-al-Zor in Syria . "[The United States] involved the units of the Kurdish Democratic Union party in their position to undermine Syria's territorial integrity, in fact, which led to an escalation of tensions with Turkey", Lavrov said , adding that the United States should stop "playing very unsafe games, which will lead to ...
  • Tripura will sound the first bell of defeat for BJP: Pinarayi

    Tripura will sound the first bell of defeat for BJP: Pinarayi

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    The BJP and the Congress party are looking to root out the Communist Party of India (Marxist), which has been ruling the state for the past 25 years. The polling is taking place across 3,214 polling stations, out of which 49 are being managed by women only. Meanwhile, the Congress is going alone on all 59 seats .
  • Netanyahu Sends Message to Iran Waving Downed Drone: 'Do Not Test Israel'

    Netanyahu Sends Message to Iran Waving Downed Drone: 'Do Not Test Israel'

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    Trump has expressed deep skepticism about the deal, which lifted sanctions against Iran . "Should they do so, they will become a welcome member of the GCC and we can move forward to improve the security for all of us", al-Jubeir said. As the US and Russia traded barbs over the latest indictment by the US Justice Department of 13 Russians accused of meddling in the 2016 presidential election, the prospect of the two countries cooperating on the challenges facing the region, especially over ...
  • Merkel host Turkish PM amid hopes for better relations

    Merkel host Turkish PM amid hopes for better relations

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    The 44-year-old, who has both German and Turkish citizenship, was arrested in Istanbul on February 14, 2017, on terrorism and propaganda charges that he denies. A Turkish court has sentenced six journalists to life in jail for alleged links to the July 2016 coup plotters, ARMENPRESS reports, citing BBC. Speaking at the same event as Barnier, the economy minister of Bavaria - home to major German companies such as Siemens and BMW - said it was important for businesses to get certainty ...
  • Plane Crash leaves 65 Presumed Dead in Iran

    Plane Crash leaves 65 Presumed Dead in Iran

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    The plane was carrying 60 passengers and 6 crew members. State radio said five helicopters and five drones are active in the search operation. The Aseman Airlines aircraft had taken off from Tehran on Sunday morning but disappeared from the radar soon after.
  • Quiz: Why we celebrate Presidents Day

    Quiz: Why we celebrate Presidents Day

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    Federal, state and local government offices are closed today. Here is snapshot of what is open and closed on Presidents Day 2018. That schools and many businesses are taking today off can be credited to the holiday's conforming to the Uniform Monday Holiday Act , which in 1968 combined most holidays into a standard three-day package.
  • Patrick Brown Says He Will Sue CTV News Over Sexual Misconduct Report

    Patrick Brown Says He Will Sue CTV News Over Sexual Misconduct Report

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    The network has not been served with any lawsuit and CTV lawyers, contrary to what has been suggested, are not in negotiation with Brown's lawyers. "Early this week, CTV lawyers agreed to ensure that all emails, texts and other correspondence related to this travesty are held independently for safe keeping".
  • Rohani, Modi reaffirm support for stable Afghanistan

    Rohani, Modi reaffirm support for stable Afghanistan

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    The US is not dealing with Iran alone on the issue of nuclear pact but also with the United Nations Security Council, which has approved the pact, said Rouhani at the event organised by the Observer Research Foundation. Modi assured India's support for the development of the Chabahar-Zahedan railway line to harness the full potential of the Chabahar port. The signed documents cover cooperation in various fields, including double taxation abolition, preferential tariffs, and transit ...