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A Facebook post on the school's page on Saturday night said: "Please remember the McGowan family (Kayden's family) in your thoughts and prayers at this very sad time as they mourn the loss of wee Kayden". It involved police, firefighters, the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) and Community Rescue Service volunteers. The child fell into the Braid River and was not seen for a short period of time after.
  • The reasons North Korean athletes won't defect

    The reasons North Korean athletes won't defect

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    Pence and his wife were spotted sitting adjacent to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong, during the opening ceremony of the games. That said, these officials said that if the North Koreans had approached Pence with pleasantries, he would have responded in kind. Read the full report at NBC News .
  • NBC apologizes to Korea for Japan comments

    NBC apologizes to Korea for Japan comments

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    The analyst, Joshua Cooper Ramo , made the remark during NBC's prime-time telecast of Friday's opening ceremony in pointing out the presence of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe . "Every Korean will tell you that Japan is a cultural, technological and economic example that has been so important to their own transformation", said Ramo, who sits on the board of Starbucks and FedEx while working as co-CEO of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's consulting firm.
  • White House Was Aware Early About Rob Porter's Personal Problems

    White House Was Aware Early About Rob Porter's Personal Problems

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    Porter's first wife said he kicked her and posted an image of herself with a black eye, which she says she received from Porter punching her. The latest imbroglios involving White House personnel are taking place during a turbulent cultural conversation about sexual harassment , with powerful people being laid low by allegations that sometimes stretch back decades.
  • 'Trump' and 'Kim' thrown out of the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony

    'Trump' and 'Kim' thrown out of the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony

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    Both of those South Korean presidents had struggled under growing domestic criticism after their trips to Pyongyang had resulted in large shipments of aid and investment but failed to end the North's nuclear weapons program. By weaving military threats in with a charm offensive, North Korea wants the worldwide community to acknowledge it as a nuclear power. Meanwhile, Japan and the US are trying to keep up the worldwide pressure on Pyongyang.
  • UN chief urges denuclearization to North Korea

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    South Korea says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has invited President Moon Jae-in for a summit meeting in the North. South Korea yesterday investigated a mysterious internet shutdown during the Winter Olympics opening ceremony , which follows warnings of possible cyber attacks during the Pyeongchang Games.
  • Kimchi, soju and passing notes: how the Winter Olympics could unify Korea

    Kimchi, soju and passing notes: how the Winter Olympics could unify Korea

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    Former U.S. officials and analysts say the North Korean move could put Moon, who supports Trump's pressure campaign while pursuing dialogue with the North, at odds with the Trump administration. Kim Yong-nam (L), president of North Korea's Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, wipes away tears as he watches a concert, staged by the North's Samjiyon Orchestra, at the National Theater of Korea in Seoul on February 11, 2018.
  • Is there no such thing any longer as Due Process?

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    In a bid to quash media speculation about Kelly's possible resignation, White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said Kelly had not been terminated, and is still chief of staff, CBS News reported on Friday. Other Senior White House officials admitted that they all had known about the allegations for months. The fact that these two men were welcomed to stay in a White House run by Donald Trump should be surprising to no one.
  • 1266 terrorists 'neutralized' in Turkey's Afrin operation

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    In a statement, the Turkish military said that air strikes destroyed shelters, hideouts and ammunition depots belonging to the YPG and the Islamic State group, which Turkey says it is also combating in the operation. Another 11 soldiers were wounded after the offensive's bloodiest day for Turkish military personnel, the army said. "We might lose a helicopter, but they'll pay the price for this", Erdogan said speaking to members of his AK Party (AKP) in Istanbul.
  • Trump Asks For Due Process As Staffers Resign Amid Abuse Allegations

    Trump Asks For Due Process As Staffers Resign Amid Abuse Allegations

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    Some are old some are new. He says "some are true and some are false" but says there's "no recovery for someone falsely accused". There was no sign that a move was imminent, according to the people with knowledge of the conversations. Trump did not express sympathy for the two women who this week gave graphic accounts of the verbal and physical abuse they said they suffered while married to Porter, who resigned on Wednesday.
  • Five elephants run over and killed by train in Assam

    Five elephants run over and killed by train in Assam

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    Earlier on December 10 past year, five elephants, including a pregnant female were killed when the Guwahati-Naharlagun Donyi Polo Express hit a herd crossing tracks near Balipara in Sonitpur district. The engine of the train was damaged and efforts were underway to restore train services at the earliest, he said. "But the train collided with a few baby elephants surrounded by several adult elephants", the NF Railway CPRO said.
  • Nebraska Basketball Team Taking Stand Against White Nationalist On Campus

    Nebraska Basketball Team Taking Stand Against White Nationalist On Campus

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    Wearing T-shirts that read "Hate Will Never Win" during warmups, Nebraska players also participated in a video denouncing racism to be shown at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Miles said the vote was lopsided against a boycott. They just want to make a strong stand, he said. But the players, the majority of whom are black, want to convey a message against hate and racism, Miles said.