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Manson died on Sunday, after almost a half-century in prison, at the age of 83. The campaign had said, "It is with a heavy heart I must announce, not only have we lost a dear friend & loved one. He said the cult leader seemed to be in poor health, and he was less and less connected with people in the outside world. They wouldn't get what I'm saying.
  • Merkel's party to meet with SPD in bid to break Germany's deadlock

    Merkel's party to meet with SPD in bid to break Germany's deadlock

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    Steinmeier met SPD leader Schulz on Thursday as part of a series of talks he is holding with all parties. Failure to produce a coalition would be a first in the history of the federal republic. SPD's leader Martin Schulz said last month that election result meant voters had rejected the option of another "grand coalition" between the SPD and the CDU/CSU, and gave Social Democrats the role of main opposition.
  • Irish election likely after opposition submits no-confidence motion

    Irish election likely after opposition submits no-confidence motion

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    Ireland says the European Union will block those talks if Britain does not spell out how it can keep the Ireland-Northern Ireland border free of customs posts and other barriers after Brexit. Since Varadkar's appointment as Fine Gael leader in May, his party has narrowly led Fianna Fail in opinion polls that suggest both parties would increase their support but still struggle to form anything but another minority government.
  • Shoppers get a head start on Black Friday deals

    Shoppers get a head start on Black Friday deals

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    They also allow for users to quickly and easily share links to products with friends and family, perhaps as a recommendation or as a nod towards something they would quite like to see under the tree on Christmas Day. That's reportedly the first year when buying online is the most popular choice for shoppers. Black Friday: Most supercenters are open 24/7. Its website describes Black Friday as "an absurd dystopian phenomenon".
  • At least 75 wounded in Egypt mosque attack: Ministry official

    At least 75 wounded in Egypt mosque attack: Ministry official

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    According to initial reports, at least dozens people were injured in the attack on Al Rawdah mosque in Bir al-Abed, west of Arish city, as ambulances ferried wounded from the scene to nearby hospitals. Unofficial sources put the death count at more than 50. Egypt has been fighting an Islamist insurgency in the region, which intensified after the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi in 2013.
  • Modi meets Sri Lankan Prime Minister

    Modi meets Sri Lankan Prime Minister

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    Mr Wickremesinghe, who is on an official visit to India, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Ram Nath Kovind earlier in the day. Kovind also appreciated Wickremesinghe's positive role in Sri Lanka's active engagement with the world.
  • Severe weather coming overnight including eight inches of snow

    Severe weather coming overnight including eight inches of snow

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    A mixture of sunny intervals and wintry showers are expected, bringing snow on high ground later in the day. "There is a risk of slippery surfaces and hard driving conditions", it said. The Roads Service in Northern Ireland also said road surface temperatures are forecast to fall sub-zero, giving a risk of icy conditions. The snow and ice warning came into effect at 5am this morning and will stay in place until noon tomorrow.
  • Korean men found on boat washed ashore in Japan

    Korean men found on boat washed ashore in Japan

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    The men were able to walk without assistance, said the state tv channel NHK. The police also said it is unlikely the men will seek asylum in Japan, while investigative sources said they are hoping to return home soon. Japan's coastal areas facing the Sea of Japan (East Sea) occasionally see drifters from North Korea washing up after experiencing mechanical problems.
  • Bomb Kills Top Police Officer, His Guard In Pakistan

    Bomb Kills Top Police Officer, His Guard In Pakistan

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    According to police sources, AIG Ashraf Noor was on his way to work when his vehicle came under attack. Local police official Zaman Khan said three others were wounded in the explosion, which sent a plume of dark smoke rising above Peshawar's Hayatabad area.
  • Winter session of Parliament to begin from December 15

    Winter session of Parliament to begin from December 15

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    A formal announcement on the dates is likely to be made in a day or two after President Ram Nath Kovind signs the ordinance since an ordinance can not be promulgated during a session. Sonia said, "Modi government in arrogance has cast dark shadow on India's Parliamentary democracy by sabotaging Winter Session on flimsy grounds". In the letter dated November 21, the Congress Parliamentary Party said the apparent reason "informally" mentioned by the government for the delay was the assembly ...
  • Facebook to let users know if they followed Russian pages

    Facebook to let users know if they followed Russian pages

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    As a result, Facebook is now planning to release a tool through which users can find out if they personally were influenced by Russian "fake news" during the campaign. At a House Intelligence Committee hearing on November 1, Facebook General Counsel Colin Stretch said: "It's a much more challenging issue to identify and notify reliably people who may have been exposed to this content on an individual basis".
  • 'Tears were shed' as ambulance crew grants dying woman's last wish

    'Tears were shed' as ambulance crew grants dying woman's last wish

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    One of the paramedics Danielle Kellum told reporters of the situation: "I said to the patient: 'What are you thinking?'". Mr Cooper said he sought permission from superiors before taking the patient out of the ambulance. He and colleague Danielle Kellan chose to go out of their way to grant her wish, parking the ambulance off a stretch of road overlooking the bay and bringing the patient out to enjoy the view.
  • Texas DPS Trooper Shot and Killed Southeast of Dallas

    Texas DPS Trooper Shot and Killed Southeast of Dallas

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    He's described as a black male, 5 feet 11 inches tall and 175 pounds. Officials in Limestone and Freestone counties are conducting a massive search for the suspect, Darbrett Black, who fled the scene of the shooting in a grey Chevy Malibu, with Texas plates JDN4273.
  • Christmas tree permits available

    Christmas tree permits available

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    Help celebrate the start of Christmastime in Provo with the annual Lights On Ceremony downtown. Public parking is available in the Arts District Parking Garage located on 24th Avenue. Lindon Elementary will provide music for the evening and there will be free hot chocolate, candy canes and an appearance by Santa. As demand for the trees rises as Christmas nears, the supply might dry up.
  • Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Shares Sold by Nationwide Fund Advisors

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    The company operates in the Consumer Cyclical sector with a market capitalization of 85.93 Million. The stock increased 0.05% or $0.09 on November 22, reaching $196.32. Zurcher Kantonalbank (Zurich Cantonalbank) has 0.11% invested in Netflix, Inc . First Citizens Financial Bank And Company invested 0.11% in Netflix, Inc .