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The shooting reignited demands for tougher gun laws, with student survivors gathering in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday to criticize Trump and other lawmakers for their inaction. Photos of President Trump smiling and giving the thumbs up have infuriated people across social media platforms who question whether Donald Trump exhibited the proper response to the tragedy.
  • FBI Joins Search for Missing 5-Year-Old Kansas Boy Lucas Hernandez

    FBI Joins Search for Missing 5-Year-Old Kansas Boy Lucas Hernandez

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    His stepmother says he was last seen, wearing a grey shirt, black sweats and while socks. Police, family members and friends spent hours overnight searching for him. Telling him it's okay to come out. Lucas' family says he's a smart, loving and shy little boy. He asked for the public to help by sharing information about Lucas, including his "missing" poster, on Facebook.
  • Dalit activist's death: Mevani held at rally site

    Dalit activist's death: Mevani held at rally site

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    The Gujarat government on Thursday accepted the demands of family members of Vankar who had refused to accept his body after it was brought for post-mortem to the Gandhinagar civil hospital. Mevani, who represents Vadgam (SC) seat in Banaskantha district, claimed he was detained after being pulled out of his auto. How dare you break the keys of my auto and stop me from going! "You can see how Mevani behaved with the policeman who was only doing his duty.
  • Morgan Tsvangirai laid to rest amid succession drama

    Morgan Tsvangirai laid to rest amid succession drama

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    Tsvangirai died aged 65 in South Africa last week after a long battle with cancer. On arrival from South Africa with Tsvangirai's body, Mbuya Tsvangirai threatened to commit suicide if one of the late MDC-T leader's deputies, Nelson Chamisa, and Elizabeth were allowed to attend the funeral.
  • Russian curler fails doping test days after winning bronze medal

    Russian curler fails doping test days after winning bronze medal

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    Sport Express , a daily sports newspaper in Russian Federation, has said the athlete under investigation is Alexander Krushelnytsky, who helped OAR to a bronze medal in the mixed doubles curling event on February 13. Krushelnitsky did not respond immediately to a request for comment. Russian sports officials are to meet anti-doping officers at Pyeongchang, the source said, adding that any violation would only be confirmed after analysis of a "B" sample.
  • Alabama reportedly will hire ex-Miami, Mizzou d-line coach Craig Kuligowski

    Alabama reportedly will hire ex-Miami, Mizzou d-line coach Craig Kuligowski

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    Miami football's loss could be Alabama's gain. According to Sports Illustrated's Bruce Feldman, Kuligowski will likely remain in the college ranks and is "expected" to join Nick Saban's staff at Alabama. The Hurricanes were looking to land at least three defensive tackles in the 2018 class, but UM was unable to close on their top targets outside of Silvera.
  • Wales trio given all-clear to return for Ireland clash

    Wales trio given all-clear to return for Ireland clash

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    What a game that's going to be! Gatland added: "It is the first week we have had everyone in the "green" in terms of availability which is a nice luxury to have and a positive ahead of what is a very important Test match against a very good Ireland side".
  • BJP announces by-poll candidates

    BJP announces by-poll candidates

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    The by-election to the two seats was necessitated by resignations of CM Yogi Adityanath and Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya after they took up the membership of UP Council in September past year. Manish Mishra, a member of the UP Congress Committee and general secretary of the state unit, will contest from Phulpur. However, we will contest on our strengths, and emerge victorious.
  • Joint Korean ice hockey team bows out of Games

    Joint Korean ice hockey team bows out of Games

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    In his path to repeating as a gold medalist, however, is Austrian Marcel Hirscher, who has been regarded as the world's best Alpine skier for the better part of a decade. Olsen's sled sits 12th after the first two runs of competition, the highest ranking among the three US teams. Canada also beat the Americans 2-1 in the preliminary round in Pyeongchang despite being outshot nearly 2-to-1.
  • Petition started to get school shooting victim military burial

    Petition started to get school shooting victim military burial

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    Classmates from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are now seeking a military burial to honor the young JROTC hero. More than 1,500 people attended Petty's funeral service Monday. The White House has not responded to any of the petitions fulfilling the 100,000-signature requirement since President Donald Trump took office, although officials promised they would begin responding to the petitions soon, The Hill reported .
  • FBI Admits It Mishandled Tip On Florida Shooter

    FBI Admits It Mishandled Tip On Florida Shooter

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    Before he was a candidate, Trump at one point favored some stricter gun restrictions. Mr Finkelstein said the key question was now one of punishment. As for the "signals" the president referenced, the killer could not have screamed his intentions any louder than he did in the weeks leading up to last week's shooting.
  • Justin Trudeau says India Inc to invest $1bn, create 5000 new jobs

    Justin Trudeau says India Inc to invest $1bn, create 5000 new jobs

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    The Canadian premier also had a 90-minute roundtable with women business leaders including ICICI Bank chief Chanda Kochhar and Swati Piramal of the Piramal Group, among others at the iconic Taj Mahal hotel. He asked business leaders to listen to successful women leaders in order to understand the challenges that they face in their career and how they have overcome it, which can be replicated in their respective organisations.
  • Jimmy Kimmel demands new gun laws after Parkland tragedy

    Jimmy Kimmel demands new gun laws after Parkland tragedy

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    President Trump visited a Florida hospital Friday afternoon where victims of the Parkland school shooting were recovering. Trump is expected to meet with law enforcement at the Broward County Sheriff's office later Friday. Beyond that, the agency admitted that it failed to act after the information that Cruz had the desire to kill people and that he had acquired a gun.
  • Olympics: Abramenko wins aerials gold, Ukraine's first in Pyeongchang

    Olympics: Abramenko wins aerials gold, Ukraine's first in Pyeongchang

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    Abramenko's 128.51-point final jump was good enough to give him gold ahead of Jia Zongyang of China (128.05) and Ilia Burov (122.17) from the Olympic Athlete from Russian Federation team. Jia Zongyang claimed second place with 128.05 points. Freestyle Skiing - Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics - Men's Aerials Finals - Phoenix Snow Park - Pyeongchang, South Korea - February 18, 2018 - Oleksandr Abramenko of Ukraine competes.