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  • Toy Drive kicks off in Columbiana County

    Toy Drive kicks off in Columbiana County

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    Stores are selling paper trains in $1 and $5 increments, as well as collecting new, unwrapped toys at all 120 Fareway Store locations from now through December 23. The Winters Fire Department Association is collecting new unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots program. Collection boxes for toys may be found at various merchants in most communities around Aroostook County.
  • NYPD Releases Bodycam Footage of Upper Manhattan Officer-Involved Shooting

    NYPD Releases Bodycam Footage of Upper Manhattan Officer-Involved Shooting

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    Dramatic bodycam footage shows the moment an NYPD cop shot a man in the leg after he charged at him carrying two knives at an apartment block in Harlem, New York. The department said the police officers immediately began performing first aid and called for an ambulance after the shooting. He went to St. Luke's Hospital in serious condition and is expected to make a full recovery.
  • Pakistan army descends on Islamabad as anti-blasphemy protests rage on

    Pakistan army descends on Islamabad as anti-blasphemy protests rage on

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    Security forces had moved to clear it Saturday but were met with stubborn resistance by protesters who torched vehicles and threw stones. The Interior Ministry called for a "sufficient number" of Pakistan Army troops to help establish "law and order" in the Islamabad Capital Territory, according to the internal order.
  • This Is How Prince Harry Proposed To Meghan Markle!

    This Is How Prince Harry Proposed To Meghan Markle!

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    March or May are the current favourites for the high-profile royal nuptials, but April is thought unlikely. Markle, 36, who is already involved with humanitarian work and is a women's advocate with the United Nations (UN), confirmed that she would be moving away from her acting career to focus on her new royal role.
  • Media say Irish deputy prime minister to quit

    Media say Irish deputy prime minister to quit

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    Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald tendered her resignation at a cabinet meeting, the source who was briefed on the matter said. Irish lawmakers had been due to vote later on a no-confidence motion targeting deputy premier Frances Fitzgerald, filed by opposition party Fianna Fail.
  • Gutierrez Won't Run For Reelection

    Gutierrez Won't Run For Reelection

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    He serves on the Judiciary Committee and chairs the Democratic Caucus Immigration Task Force and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Immigration Task Force. But Gutierrez also was among the harshest critics of former President Barack Obama, whom he called the "deporter in chief" for ordering immigration agencies to deport hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
  • MPs attack David Davis for handing over redacted Brexit reports

    MPs attack David Davis for handing over redacted Brexit reports

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    Writing on Facebook , Peston said: "Davis and the prime minister believe that editing out such information - such as the names of companies submitting evidence and information highlighting where certain kinds of Brexit are most economically toxic - is consistent with the vote by MPs and the ruling of the speaker that these so-called impact assessments should be given to MPs".
  • Ferry gets stuck off Lower Manhattan

    Ferry gets stuck off Lower Manhattan

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    Ferry service is expected to return to normal Tuesday after the ferry hit an underwater object Monday evening and started taking on water just off a pier near the South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan. There are no reports of injuries. Police and fire rescue units responded to the scene and rescued the at least 120 people on board. This particular ferry has been used before and there have not been any problems reported in the past.
  • Woman recovering after attack by 8ft crocodile

    Woman recovering after attack by 8ft crocodile

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    Local health officials confirmed the young tourist was taken to Mossman Hospital where she was subsequently discharged earlier this morning, suffering only minor lacerations as a result of the bite. Mr Williams told the ABC there was a constant threat of snakes and crocodiles as the tide came and went. After failing to dig the vehicle out they said they spent four nights camped on top of it to stay safe.
  • Knife attack on German mayor likely politically motivated, police say

    Knife attack on German mayor likely politically motivated, police say

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    Andreas Hollstein, 57, the mayor of the western town of Altena, was attacked on Monday evening at a local kebab restaurant by a man who had loudly criticised his liberal refugee policy. Another man, possibly a member of staff at the restaurant, was also injured in the incident and it has no information about why Hollstein was in the shop.
  • Meteor satellite launched from Vostochny may be in wrong orbit, Roscosmos says

    Meteor satellite launched from Vostochny may be in wrong orbit, Roscosmos says

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    This isn't the first time, earlier first launch from Vostochny spaceport in far eastern Russian Federation took place in April 2016, with President Vladimir Putin overseeing the take-off. Smaller satellites were also on board. The rocket carrying the satellite was only the second launch from the Vostochny spaceport, a project that has been hailed as a major part of Russia's plans for space exploration.
  • Buhari meets govs, approves 50% Paris Club refund for Christmas

    Buhari meets govs, approves 50% Paris Club refund for Christmas

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    While the reconciliation process was going on, the President approved 50 per cent of the original amount be paid to the states. The governor revealed that issues pertaining workers in the country took centre stage during the meeting. The Chief of Staff to the President will ensure that the committee working on the reconciliation will conclude the work before the end of the year. The president had earlier lamented the fact that despite the various interventions by the Federal Government, ...
  • Ty Detmer relieved of duties as BYU's offensive coordinator

    Ty Detmer relieved of duties as BYU's offensive coordinator

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    Ty Detmer is no longer the offensive coordinator at BYU. BYU head coach Kalani Sitake announced Monday morning that Ty Detmer has been relieved of his role as the team's offensive coordinator. Detmer dealt with several injuries this past season, especially at quarterback, where Tanner Mangum and backup Beau Hoge both went down with season-ending injuries.
  • Toray latest in slew of Japanese firms to admit to falsifying data

    Toray latest in slew of Japanese firms to admit to falsifying data

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    On Monday, before Toray's revelations, Mr. Sakakibara warned at a news conference that deceptive quality-reporting practices by Japanese companies threatened to undermine trust in the nation's manufacturing. "I believe that there are no irregularities in our products to big customers like Boeing or First Retailing", Nikkaku said, referring to the US aircraft maker and Uiqlo's parent.
  • Chechen leader Kadyrov says it's time to change republic's head

    Chechen leader Kadyrov says it's time to change republic's head

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    Ramzan Kadyrov believes that such as he was needed when Russian Federation had to "fight and restore order". Kadryov was originally endorsed by Putin in March 2016, but has allegedly embarrassed the Kremlin with the pogrom, as well as reportedly torturing and murdering political opponents.