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The area in Vienna's second district Praterstrasse is now on lockdown with a heavy armed police presence. The victims are said to be one man and one women aged between 40 and 50, and their daughter, 17. It has now been cordoned off by police as they search for clues. The attacker has fled the scene, sparking a major manhunt. Three people were seriously injured, and the suspect is still on the run, according to Heute, an Austrian media outlet.
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    North Korea Leader To "Vigorously Advance" Ties With South

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    Kimura said North Korea showed a willingness for denuclearization in an attempt to seize on an opportunity to negotiate with the U.S. It may be possible that the U.S. Citing a terse statement released by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence that emphasized Washington's continued commitment to "maximum pressure" and its intention to see that the regime takes "credible, verifiable, and concrete steps toward denuclearization", Suga said it was "obvious that Japan and the U.S.
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    Sam Nunberg, Cable Television Star

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    On Monday afternoon, during what was an otherwise relatively slow post-Oscars hangover news cycle, former advisor to Donald Trump Sam Nunberg came crashing onto the cable news scene like the Kool-Aid Man spiked with Everclear. The former Trump campaign aide undertook a media blitz Monday in which he vacillated on whether he would comply with special counsel Robert Mueller's subpoena to turn over email correspondence with he exchanged with multiple individuals on the Trump ...
  • Saudi Arabia's Reforms: Countering Extremism in a Changing Kingdom

    Saudi Arabia's Reforms: Countering Extremism in a Changing Kingdom

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    May responded that her relationship with Prince Mohammed had already helped alleviate the humanitarian crisis by convincing him to ease Saudi blockades of ports in Yemen during a meeting in December. Egypt, for its part, condemned the Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen for launching ballistic missiles against Saudi Arabia , voicing its complete solidarity with the Kingdom against any security threat.
  • Al-Azhar Grand Imam Debates Counter-Terrorism Efforts With Saudi Crown Prince

    Al-Azhar Grand Imam Debates Counter-Terrorism Efforts With Saudi Crown Prince

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    Speaking after he questioned the prime minister, Stewart McDonald MP said: "The Prime Minister has an opportunity today to raise the Saudi regime's appalling human rights failures". After lunch with the Queen, he was due to jointly host with May the inaugural meeting of the UK-Saudi strategic partnership council, including ministers from both countries.
  • 'Shopian challo' call foiled in Kashmir

    'Shopian challo' call foiled in Kashmir

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    Authorities foiled the Shopian Chalo programme called by the Joint Resistance Leadership by clamping restrictions in Srinagar's old city and more strictly in south Kashmir's Shopian district. In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Hurriyat forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq while referring to the Shopian killings has said that the situation in Kashmir is extremely grim and fast deteriorating as more than thirteen civilians have been brutally killed by the Indian forces in just past few weeks.
  • NPP chief Conrad Sangma swears-in as Meghalaya's Chief Minister

    NPP chief Conrad Sangma swears-in as Meghalaya's Chief Minister

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    Conrad Sangma will be the next Chief Minister of Meghalaya ", BJP leader and Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma told reporters after the meeting with Governor. In the recently held Assembly elections, the Congress was ousted from power in Meghalaya while the party could not win a single seat in Tripura and Nagaland .
  • Ted Cruz ad mocks challenger O'Rourke for going by 'Beto'

    Ted Cruz ad mocks challenger O'Rourke for going by 'Beto'

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    Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke got through the Senate primary without a runoff, CNN projected, and is now set to take on Republican Sen. O'Rourke has managed to out-raise incumbent Cruz in three consecutive reporting periods, with his financials boosted largely by small-dollar donations.
  • SL Green Realty (NYSE:SLG) Receiving Somewhat Positive Media Coverage, Study Finds

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    Five Below, Inc. (NASDAQ:FIVE) has risen 35.78% since March 7, 2017 and is uptrending. American Century Companies Inc increased Aar Corp (NYSE:AIR) stake by 70,443 shares to 204,481 valued at $7.73 million in 2017Q3. Active Investors have to observe some key indicators about shares of Duke Realty Corporation (DRE ). New York State Common Retirement Fund invested 0.02% of its portfolio in Kilroy Realty Corporation (NYSE:KRC).
  • Sierra Leoneans head to polls to pick next president

    Sierra Leoneans head to polls to pick next president

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    The Commonwealth Alumni Association of Sierra Leone in a press statement recognized that consistent with their values, they are cognizant of the tremendous benefits of peaceful, transparent, free and fair elections in any democratic state. It shrank by a fifth in 2015, after years of double-digit growth during its rebound from a ruinous 1990s civil war in which child soldiers fought and tens of thousands died.
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    A Maersk Line spokesperson told Sky News they could not confirm whether a British crew member who was onboard is among those missing, but added that the relatives of the four yet to be found have been informed. Maersk's chief operating officer Soren Toft the company will offer the families of missing crew members "all the support we can in this very hard situation".
  • U.S. trade deficit hits nine-year high on falling exports

    U.S. trade deficit hits nine-year high on falling exports

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    While Chinese officials have sometimes intervened on behalf of aggrieved USA companies, Chinese IP thieves are notorious for continuing their operations at different locations or under different names, eluding prosecution. He says it's "not inconceivable that others could be exempted on a similar basis". Trump in late January imposed broad tariffs on imported solar panels and large washing machines.
  • Teachers' union opposes Florida Legislature's school safety & guns bill

    Teachers' union opposes Florida Legislature's school safety & guns bill

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    Lauren Book , who tearfully described visiting Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after 17 people were fatally shot on Valentine's Day. "It's not just guns in schools - it's guns in classrooms", he said . "This is the first step in saying never again". "Hope springs eternal. We're going to keep fighting to the last minute", said Rep. Janet Cruz (D - Tampa), the House Democratic Leade.
  • Water-saving campaign helps drought-hit Cape Town push back

    Water-saving campaign helps drought-hit Cape Town push back "Day Zero"

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    Cape Town , which attracts millions of tourists every year, has enforced strict waste controls including prosecuting homeowners who use significantly more than the current 50-litre daily limit. People have been saving water by taking shorter showers and reusing water . The city previously announced April 21 as Day Zero and later changed the date to April 12.
  • Despite improved Dem showing, Texas GOP sets midterm record

    Despite improved Dem showing, Texas GOP sets midterm record

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    Seems that no matter what he does or says, Republicans want him in office. Conversations with more than a dozen Democratic candidates, party officials and strategists found confidence that a glut of crowded primaries won't damage the party's overall prospects for a big November.
  • Art show in London showcases Saudi Arabia's cultural capital

    Art show in London showcases Saudi Arabia's cultural capital

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    Williamson's advice to his colleagues in Westminster came during an exchange with journalists over British foreign policy in the Middle East. However Mr Corbyn said a "humanitarian disaster" was taking place in Yemen as a result of the Saudi-led aerial bombing campaign and its blockade of Yemeni ports.