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An attorney read a statement from Jayme, who was not in the courtroom. He took them away from me in a way that will always leave me with a horrifying memory. Patterson ordered her to tape her daughter's mouth shut then executed her at point blank range in front of her only child. Sheriff's deputies drove toward the home and, unbeknownst to them at the time, passed Patterson's vehicle.
  • Iran will not surrender even if it is bombed, Rouhani warns US

    Iran will not surrender even if it is bombed, Rouhani warns US

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    Iranian officials made a point to stress that the uranium would be enriched only to the 3.67% limit set under the nuclear deal, making it usable for a power plant but far below what's needed for an atomic weapon. It is also moving a Patriot missile battery to an undisclosed nearby country. It comes after the Houthis last week targeted a Saudi oil pipeline in a coordinated drone attack.
  • Delhi Lok Sabha Election Result 2019: BJP leading in all seven seats

    Delhi Lok Sabha Election Result 2019: BJP leading in all seven seats

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    Similarly, BJP MLA from Iglas, Rajvir Singh Valmiki Diler won the Hathras Lok Sabha seat and party legislator from Jaidpur, Upendra Rawat won from Barabanki. Moreover, if it got the second position, it would have at least emerged as the main competition to the BJP in Delhi . Chandni Chowk was the only seat where BJP candidate's margin was less than a lakh at 64,659 votes.
  • Pentagon mulling US military request to send 5,000 troops to Middle East

    Pentagon mulling US military request to send 5,000 troops to Middle East

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    Shanahan also said he would brief President Donald Trump Thursday on the security situation with Iran , while the President told reporters he would be willing to send extra troops to the region "if we need them". "We have deterred attacks based on reposturing of assets - deterred attacks against American forces", Shanahan told reporters Tuesday after delivering a classified briefing to the full US Congress.
  • U.S. Prods Korea to Join Anti-Huawei Campaign

    U.S. Prods Korea to Join Anti-Huawei Campaign

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    The move, mainly aimed at telecom equipment maker Huawei and other Chinese high-tech companies, will hinder global cooperation in science and technology and has "harmed the vital interests of relevant enterprises and countries", Lu said. US crude plunged 6% on fears that the trade standoff could knock the global economy out of kilter and kill demand for energy. "The Huawei CEO - on that, at least - isn't telling the American people the truth".
  • UK's Brexit Party maintains big lead in European Union election poll

    UK's Brexit Party maintains big lead in European Union election poll

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    He added, "Even more crucially, the increasing weakness and instability of (May's) government means there can not be confidence in securing whatever might be agreed" between the Tory and Labor parties. YouGov's Adam McDonnell said: "Both the Conservatives and Labour look set to lose a majority of those who voted for them in the 2017 general election".
  • USA charges WikiLeaks founder with publishing classified info

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    The new charges bolster Assange's argument that some of them could fall within the exception for political offenses. The new charges include conspiring with former Army intelligence officer Chelsea Manning to obtain classified materials, compromising sources in the Middle East and China, and conspiracy to hack into a more secure military database.
  • Milkshake attack on Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage ahead of European Union elections

    Milkshake attack on Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage ahead of European Union elections

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    The proposal sparked fury amongst Brexiteers within the Conservative Party, and Mrs May is under increasing pressure to say when she will step down as Prime Minister. By Monday afternoon, #Milkshake was the top trend in the United Kingdom on Twitter , closely followed by the name of the milkshake thrower, identified as Paul Crowther , who said he did not regret his actions.
  • Extreme wildfire danger in Slave Lake, Alberta

    Extreme wildfire danger in Slave Lake, Alberta

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    Norbord Inc said on Tuesday it suspended production at its oriented strand board (OSB) mill in High Level, Alberta, to comply with evacuation orders following nearby wildfires. There have been 430 wildfires in Alberta since March 1, of which 30 are still active and five are classed as out of control. It is heading northwest, and smoke from the blaze is visible from town.
  • USA to Reveal Economic Part of Trump's 'Deal of Century' in Bahrain

    USA to Reveal Economic Part of Trump's 'Deal of Century' in Bahrain

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    He said U.S. officials spent up to 12 months studying economic experiences in states such as Japan and South Korea in the mid 1950s before coming up with a comprehensive economic plan that could enable the Palestinian people and neighboring states to achieve self-sufficiency in several areas, including infrastructure, industry, empowering and investing in people and reforming the government.
  • Several tornadoes touch down across Oklahoma

    Several tornadoes touch down across Oklahoma

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    The U.S. National Weather Service has warned the risk of tornadoes in the region was at the highest level they had seen in years. "An outbreak of tornadoes, some potentially long-track and violent, is expected today into this evening over portions of northwest Texas into western and central Oklahoma", the Storm Prediction Center forecast said .
  • Iran President Seeking Wartime Executive Powers to Deal with ‘Economic War’

    Iran President Seeking Wartime Executive Powers to Deal with ‘Economic War’

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    Last week, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also ruled out any talks with the US government over the disputed issues. Already this month, officials in the United Arab Emirates alleged that four oil tankers were sabotaged. "Never threaten the United States again!" he tweeted . The Trump administration is piling the pressure on Iran by ripping up a hard-fought global deal to steer the country away from its nuclear ambitions and attempting to shut off Iran's badly needed oil ...
  • 'If Tehran wants to fight, it will be official end of Iran'

    'If Tehran wants to fight, it will be official end of Iran'

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    A rocket has exploded in the Iraqi capital's heavily fortified Green Zone, home to government headquarters and the US Embassy. Trump tweeted: "If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran". Oil is now trading above $70 a barrel and closer to what's needed to balance state budgets among Persian Gulf producers. Since then, four oil tankers, including two belonging to Saudi Arabia, were targeted in an apparent act of sabotage off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, ...
  • Brexit: Is there anything new in Theresa May's 'new deal'?

    Brexit: Is there anything new in Theresa May's 'new deal'?

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    She now believes the new proposal, which she described as a " bold offer " in a televised address, will scale through, following an extended reprieve she got from the European Union earlier this year. Mrs May also said it is not possible to replace the Irish backstop. Theresa May's so-called "new deal" is meant to appeal to MPs on both sides of the House and both sides of the Brexit divide.
  • Amash draws a House challenge after impeachment tweetstorm

    Amash draws a House challenge after impeachment tweetstorm

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    Mr. Doggett added House Democrats are "getting closer" to impeachment but "still have a little more work" in their investigations. As I read the report, I was troubled by it. Amash wrote that it was partisanship keeping Republicans from exercising its checks and balances role. "Many Libertarian Party members have been publicly encouraging Representative Amash to seek the 2020 nomination".
  • Joe Biden set to launch bid for Democrat nomination

    Joe Biden set to launch bid for Democrat nomination

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    The pair have exchanged sharp words, with Biden calling Trump the "Divider-in-Chief" and the president labeling Biden "sleepy creepy Joe" following allegations of sexual misconduct against the former vice president . "We need calm. You don't want anybody like me running the country", Skelcher said. Mr Biden's outdoor rally in Philadelphia , where he has established his campaign headquarters, illustrates the importance of Pennsylvania to Democratic hopes next year.
  • Tornado, thunderstorm warnings bring unsettling end to otherwise lovely day

    Tornado, thunderstorm warnings bring unsettling end to otherwise lovely day

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    Nineteen million Americans are in the path of destruction again today after almost four dozen tornadoes ripped through six states this weekend leveling homes and tossing trees. A separate line of thunderstorms from the same system drenched northern IN and southern MI. Sadly, which methodology very favorable prerequisites for violent severe weather in parts of this status.
  • Trump Officials to Brief Congress on Iranian Threat

    Trump Officials to Brief Congress on Iranian Threat

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    President Trump speaks to the media on the South Lawn of the White House on May 20, 2019. The Trump administration has responded by sending greater USA military assets to the region and issuing a range of sanctions . Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif responded to Trump's tweet on Monday, describing it as "genocidal taunts " and adding: "Never threaten an Iranian".
  • Video of man shoved off bus released in Vegas murder case

    Video of man shoved off bus released in Vegas murder case

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    Video shows what happened next: a woman shoved the 74-year-old man off the bus. He later died from his injuries. An elderly man was pushed off a Las Vegas bus and died several weeks later due to injuries he sustained. On April 23 his death was ruled as a homicide by the county coroner. His neighbour Trevor Taylor paid tribute to the victim, telling KSNV: "He was an excellent neighbour".
  • Inquiry will examine legality of origins of Russia probe

    Inquiry will examine legality of origins of Russia probe

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    Host Bill Hemmer said on " America's Newsroom " that Durham, the current USA attorney in the Constitution State, has been commonly described as a "bulldog of an investigator". "Whoever is investigating this, tell them to look for emails between (then CIA Director John) Brennan and (then FBI Director James) Comey and December of 2016", he said.