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An East Chatham apartment fire injured a firefighter and displacing five families, totaling 10 people, officials said. The cause of the fire is not now known; an investigation continues, fire officials said. No initial estimate of the damage caused was immediately available, but the fire could have been a lot worse. She was reportedly awakened by the fire and burned her hand while trying to open the door, a relative told the station.
  • Is social movement enough to ignite change in gun laws?

    Is social movement enough to ignite change in gun laws?

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    Any politician opposed to reasonable gun control should be required to recite the Second Amendment in its entirety: "A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed".
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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    Simpson said raising awareness about sexual assault is important for a college campus. She is a survivor of sexual assault and has shared her story far and wide with the community and is now helping other survivors by giving back to the community as a volunteer advocate with the Sexual Assault Center.
  • Mueller Was Authorized to Investigate Paul Manafort's Work for Ukraine

    Mueller Was Authorized to Investigate Paul Manafort's Work for Ukraine

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    The copy of the Rosenstein memo filed in court covers three pages and is heavily redacted other than the allegations against Manafort that Rosenstein authorized Mueller to investigate. The reason why Manafort may have questioned Mueller's specific authority to prosecute him is because Mueller's appointment order was intentionally vague.
  • Trade war continues: China has responded to the new United States tariff

    Trade war continues: China has responded to the new United States tariff

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    U.S. stocks fell on Monday as China's decision to raise import tariffs on USA products revived global trade war fears and technology stocks remained under pressure. "And that could be true for Mexico as well as for China". Amazon fell another $70.84 United States, or 4.9 per cent, to $1,376.50 US. Markets were dragged down Monday by the president's Twitter assault on Amazon.com, in which he knocked the retailers relationship with the U.S.
  • Cheney boys tennis starts season with win over Lakeside

    Cheney boys tennis starts season with win over Lakeside

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    When he switched to Skye United he played as a left back in the reserves and made his senior debut late that season. "I feel like his belief in the players and his belief in me, that's his biggest asset". The provincial championship was the cherry on top of a superb season for the Stars. Spring break is over and high school spring sports start back up Tuesday with a series of baseball and softball games, along with tennis and golf matches.
  • US Justice Department to Sue California Over State's Right to Sell Lands

    US Justice Department to Sue California Over State's Right to Sell Lands

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    The U.S. government says California's law, which took effect January 1, is delaying land sales - even for projects that have been in the works for years - and is depressing their value. "Yet again, Donald Trump and his administration are attacking our state and our very way of life", Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, a member of the State Lands Commission and a Democrat running for governor, said in a statement.
  • AU commemorates 50th anniversary of MLK assassination with event series

    AU commemorates 50th anniversary of MLK assassination with event series

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    The free program will bring together scholars, historians, thought leaders, and local youth from the Greater Cincinnati region to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. The next night, April 4, 1968, King was shot on the balcony of his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. "I shed a quite a few tears behind that, because you know that man hadn't done nothing to nobody, and all he did was try to help people and you're going to kill him for what?" On Monday, a new exhibit, MLK50, opened at the ...
  • Two-day strike by French workers to disrupt train service

    Two-day strike by French workers to disrupt train service

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    The start of the strike has been dubbed " Black Tuesday ", but the action will spread over three months, affecting two days in every five. As commuters took to the roads instead, the streets of Paris were snarled with an "exceptional" 370 kilometres (230 miles) of traffic jams during the morning rush hour before easing, according to traffic website Sytadin.
  • Israel cancels controversial plan to deport African migrants

    Israel cancels controversial plan to deport African migrants

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    At a news conference in Jerusalem , Netanyahu praised the new agreement reached with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). The country founded as a haven for Jews fleeing persecution and conflict has faced the moral dilemma of dealing with the migrants , mostly from Eritrea and Sudan, whom it says entered the country irregularly.
  • Four Pakistani Christians shot dead

    Four Pakistani Christians shot dead

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    The incident unfolded at 6:45 p.m. when armed men opened fire at the rickshaw carrying the Christian family. All the victims, including the rickshaw driver, were members of the local Christian community, police officer Muhammad Anwar told CNN .
  • Russia's Foreign Minister accuses West of 'children's games'

    Russia's Foreign Minister accuses West of 'children's games'

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    He argued that Moscow had no reason to poison Skripal - whom it convicted of treason and handed over in a 2010 spy swap - on the eve of a presidential election in March and months before Russian Federation hosts the World Cup. The UK has previously dismissed a series of Russian comments about the possible explanation for the poisoning as efforts to distract attention from Moscow's own failure to explain its part in the events.
  • Israel has 'right' to its land: Saudi prince

    Israel has 'right' to its land: Saudi prince

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    Saudi Arabia's crown prince said Israelis are entitled to live peacefully on their own land in an interview published on Monday in United States magazine The Atlantic , another public sign of ties between Riyadh and Tel Aviv appearing to grow closer.
  • Teen found alive in LA drainage pipe after 13-hour search

    Teen found alive in LA drainage pipe after 13-hour search

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    Devon Guevara, a 17-year-old boy who met Hernandez and his cousins in the park while playing soccer, spoke about the disappearance and said they separated and agreed to catch up later. Officials are conducting a full investigation and looking into increasing security measures to make sure this never happens again. He fell about 25 feet into a sewer pipe.
  • U.S. designates JuD-backed MML as terrorist outfit

    U.S. designates JuD-backed MML as terrorist outfit

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    Saeed is the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), or Army of the Pure, which is also on the USA terrorist list and blamed by the United States and India for a four-day militant attack on the Indian city of Mumbai in 2008 in which 166 people were killed.
  • Kosovo PM sacks security chief, interior minister over…

    Kosovo PM sacks security chief, interior minister over…

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    Ankara accuses Gulen, a Turkish preacher who has lived in self-imposed exile since 1999 in the U.S., of orchestrating a failed coup in Turkey on July 15, 2016. On Friday Haradinaj sacked the Kosovo interior minister and secret service chief for failing to inform him about the arrests. At its peak, the Gulen movement operated schools in 160 countries from Afghanistan to the United States.