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Utica Curling Club Board Member and Open House Chairperson Carol Jones says Saturday morning's USA win was awesome, "It just brings chills to me, and the interesting thing about that is that Shuster won his very first national right here in Utica and we have a little bit of pride knowing that he made it to the gold medal".
  • President Trump, Mexican President Nieto shelve White House meeting

    President Trump, Mexican President Nieto shelve White House meeting

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    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto postponed a trip to the USA after a phone call with President Trump turned testy over his planned border wall. Both the White House and Pena Nieto's office said the leaders had spoken by phone, with Trump offering condolences to the families of victims of a helicopter crash in Oaxaca and Pena Nieto expressing solidarity and support following the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
  • Dapchi girls unaccounted for ―FG

    Dapchi girls unaccounted for ―FG

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    The comment by the governor coincided with the despatch of a second presidential team by President Muhammadu Buhari to the state to get first hand information on the kidnap of the girls, which has seriously embarrassed his administration. "On behalf of the 19 Northern Governors' forum, we have come to show our sympathy and let you know that we are with you in this traumatic period", he said.
  • Trump misquoted Fox News anchor to attack Dem memo

    Trump misquoted Fox News anchor to attack Dem memo

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    The redacted 10-page document, aimed at countering a similar memo from the House Republicans, was released over the weekend after Trump's White House initially blocked its publishing. But on Saturday, Nunes accused Democrats of colluding with the government in a "coverup". Representative Devin Nunes , the chair of the House Intelligence Committee and the architect of the Republican text, also criticised the Democratic rebuttal.
  • Syrian Kurd Leader Detained In Prague

    Syrian Kurd Leader Detained In Prague

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    Turkey had issued arrest warrants and subsequent red notices for Muslim and 47 other PKK high-rank figures in November 2016, whereas a new red notice was issued for Muslim on February 13 as he was included on the updated most wanted terrorists list with a four million Turkish lira ($1.05 million) bounty on his head.
  • Christian leaders shut Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre church

    Christian leaders shut Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre church

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    The heads churches - Greek Orthodox Patriarch Theophilos III, Custos Francesco Patton and Armenian Patriarch Nourhan Manougian - released a letter attacking the legislation and the recent move by the city, labeling it as "a systematic attack on the Christian minority in the Holy Land".
  • Mogadishu bomb attack: Death toll rises to 38

    Mogadishu bomb attack: Death toll rises to 38

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    The first blast, detonated by a suicide auto bomber, occurred near the headquarters of Somalia€™s intelligence service. Police officer Ahmed Hassan said militants who stormed the palace were wearing Somali police uniforms. "We heard two big explosions, and gunfire is still echoing in two different directions of the city", Mogadishu resident Nur Abdulle told VOA. Turkey, which has its biggest foreign military base and embassy in Mogadishu, condemned the vehicle bombings.
  • Stiff back forces Kohli out, Rohit leads India in T20 decider

    Stiff back forces Kohli out, Rohit leads India in T20 decider

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    Paceman Junior Dala (3/35) took three wickets while Chris Morris (2/43) accounted for two batsmen for the hosts. South Africa were asked to pull off the second-highest successful chase at Newlands and then fell so far behind the required run-rate that they needed 59 runs off 21 balls.
  • Steady, heavier rain expected late tonight into Sunday morning

    Steady, heavier rain expected late tonight into Sunday morning

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    With this first wave of showers most of Acadiana will receive 1-2 inches of rain, so a decent soaking but not looking at any flooding concerns with this round. Highs will be in the 60s with lows in the 40s and 50s. Perhaps a few locations to the south however will be able to get in on that warm sector so it will be interesting to watch the temperature variations throughout the day Sunday .
  • Karnataka polls: Rahul attacks PM, asks Modi to practice what he preaches

    Karnataka polls: Rahul attacks PM, asks Modi to practice what he preaches

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    Referring to the banking frauds by diamond jeweller Nirav Modi (worth Rs 11,300 crore) and others (Rotomac loan default worth over Rs 3,000 crore) as "actual" losses, he said: "Why is he (Prime Minister) silent now?" Reportedly over 50,000 women had gathered for the event which was also attended by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah , KPCC president, G.
  • Robert Mueller investigation of Russian interference in 2016 United States election Video

    Robert Mueller investigation of Russian interference in 2016 United States election Video

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    Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office, which is looking into the alleged Russian interference in the elections, will also investigate Gates, who was a deputy campaign manager for Trump. Prosecutors allege that when the Justice Department approached Manafort and Gates in 2016 and 2017 about whether they should have registered as foreign agents for their work for Ukraine, they responded with false and misleading letters.
  • New indictment filed against former Trump campaign chief

    New indictment filed against former Trump campaign chief

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    Gates and Manafort were originally charged with 12 counts each in October which was increased by Mr Mueller on Thursday by another 32 charges for the pair. But Gates was present for the most significant periods of activity of the campaign, as Trump began developing policy positions and his digital operation engaged with millions of voters on platforms such as Facebook.
  • These are the companies that have cut ties with the NRA

    These are the companies that have cut ties with the NRA

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    FedEx has not said anything publicly about its NRA association in recent days; when reached around 4:30 ET on Friday afternoon, a company spokesperson said he had no information to provide. Last week's shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead has renewed the national debate about gun control. Chubb Ltd.: "Three months ago, Chubb provided notice of our intent to discontinue participation in the NRA Carry Guard insurance program under the terms of our contract", the ...
  • Latvian bank ABLV seeks 480 mln euro loan to reopen its doors

    Latvian bank ABLV seeks 480 mln euro loan to reopen its doors

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    The European Central Bank on Saturday announced it plans to close a Latvian bank linked to claims of money laundering involving North Korea . "On 23 February, the European Central Bank (ECB) determined that ABLV Bank was failing or likely to fail in accordance with the Single Resolution Mechanism Regulation".