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Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding of the Metropolitan Police told the court: "The facts are that on Wednesday April 4, two males including Henry Vincent entered a residential address at about 12.40am whilst committing a burglary". Police have named 28-year-old Billy Jeeves as wanted in connection with the alleged burglary and want to hear from anyone who may have seen the van with the registration GU52 AXT.
  • Selection of quotes from pope's exhortation on holiness

    Selection of quotes from pope's exhortation on holiness

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    A Christian, Francis says, should "stand in the shoes of those brothers and sisters of ours who risk their lives to offer a future to their children". "Contrary to the promptings of the Spirit, the life of the Church can become a museum piece or the possession of a select few", the pope writes. "We can navigate simultaneously on two or more screens and interact at the same time with two or three virtual scenarios", Pope Francis wrote.
  • How to tell if Facebook data was compromised by Cambridge Analytica

    How to tell if Facebook data was compromised by Cambridge Analytica

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    We do not sell data to advertisers", the Facebook CEO testified during a Senate hearing . "Today's hearing is extraordinary it is extraordinary to have a single CEO testify in front of nearly half of United States senators . The company has said that as many as 146 million people may have received information from a Russian agency that's accused of orchestrating much of the cyber meddling in the election.
  • Bueker Hired as Altamont High School AD/Asst Principal

    Bueker Hired as Altamont High School AD/Asst Principal

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    Mohammad Aqib, a student, said the teachers were dedicated enough but holding two or more classes in one room causes distractions. She had 29 students in her first first-grade classroom. Northwest Guidance Counselor Lori Merritt said Northwest students have the option to take dual-credit classes with CCC English on-campus or at CCC.
  • Israel Strikes 'Hamas Targets' In Gaza

    Israel Strikes 'Hamas Targets' In Gaza

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    They have a right to protest against their appalling conditions and the continuing blockade and occupation of Palestinian land, and in support of their right to return to their homes and their right to self-determination. "The video depicts a short part of the response to a violent riot , which included rock hurling and attempts to sabotage the security fence, and lasted about two hours", the army said.
  • Syria attack will be met forcefully

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    Trump abruptly canceled his weekend trip to Latin America so that he could remain in Washington to "oversee the response to Syria ", becoming the first USA president in 24 years to skip the regional Summit of the Americas. OPCW inspectors have been attacked on two previous missions to the sites of chemical weapons attacks in Syria. After the second Russian measure was defeated, Nebenzia addressed US Ambassador Nikki Haley directly, appealing to the United States to refrain from military ...
  • Strikes up the ante in Syrian conflict

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    When it did indeed appear that Obama was ready to act, and senators began drawing up a resolution to authorize the use of force, Trump became more strident: "What I am saying is stay out of Syria ". The USS Donald Cook , a guided missile destroyer, arrived in the eastern Mediterranean in recent days. Syrian government forces were on high alert and taking precautionary measures at military positions across the country.
  • Two city cops arrested for allegedly kidnapping 60-year-old granny

    Two city cops arrested for allegedly kidnapping 60-year-old granny

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    John said he is a 29-year-old white man. "We don't know if he turned himself in or if he showed up for a meeting with his probation officer and the warrant on him showed up", Young said. As officers spoke to Cota, they located a loaded handgun near him. The two suspects were identified as Randy Louis, 30, of Baytown, the driver, and Jourdan Cherry, 26, of Baytown.
  • NewsAlert:RCMP say truck crashed into bus carrying hockey team, fatalities

    NewsAlert:RCMP say truck crashed into bus carrying hockey team, fatalities

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    As details of the accident on a highway in Saskatchewan emerged, Canadians were moved to tears on Saturday as they learned of the identities of the deceased on a bus driving the Humboldt Broncos hockey team to a crucial playoff game. "Humboldt, the Broncos" hometown, is a city with a population of 6,000. Junior hockey is a widespread and strong family and we are all in this for the players, who are chasing their dream of playing hockey, so this hits all of us incredibly close to home.
  • Trump Lauds Potential North Korea Summit as 'Very Exciting for the World'

    Trump Lauds Potential North Korea Summit as 'Very Exciting for the World'

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    The administration has announced plans to hit China with tariffs on steel, aluminum and high-tech products in an escalating battle over the US trade deficit with Beijing. Any trade war with China or other nations will not help. Meanwhile, North Korea's foreign minister held rare talks with his Russian counterpart in Moscow yesterday.
  • JK: Civilian killed, 3 security personnel injured in encounter

    JK: Civilian killed, 3 security personnel injured in encounter

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    Meanwhile, authorities on Wednesday suspended Internet services in the area to check the spread of rumours by anti-social elements, police sources added. It is learnt that 2-3 terrorists have been cornered by the security forces. Reports said that a civilian was also killed during the gunbattle. Two other security personnel were also injured as the the holed up militants fired at security forces in Wani Mohalla of Kulgam district, informed sources in the police said.
  • Trump cancels Latin America trip, shifts focus to Syria

    Trump cancels Latin America trip, shifts focus to Syria

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    Trump had been scheduled to travel to Lima, Peru , on Friday to attend the Summit of the Americas and then travel on to Bogota, Colombia . Since Trump took power in January 2017, Vidarte said, "the topic that has dominated ties with Latin America has been the search for measures that will benefit his country more".
  • Trump tried to end Mueller probe again in December

    Trump tried to end Mueller probe again in December

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    After reports on Monday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had raided the offices of his attorney Michael Cohen, Trump was asked why he wouldn't just relieve Mueller of his duties. The news outlets later clarified the articles, saying that the subpoena to Deutsche Bank pertained to people affiliated with Trump, who was satisfied with the explanation and dropped his push to fire Mueller.
  • Chinese inflation eases in March

    Chinese inflation eases in March

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    Consumer inflation also eased in the previous month as the effects of booming demand spurred by the Lunar New Year holiday in February receded, official data showed on Wednesday. Meanwhile, prices for buckwheat, eggs, sugar, milk and lard fell by 3.6%-0.2%. The annual rate was well below the 2.9% level reported in February and forecasts for a smaller decrease to 2.6%.
  • Impossible to negotiate with U.S. on trade: China

    Impossible to negotiate with U.S. on trade: China

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    There was a massive market sell-off as tensions between China and the United States continue to escalate, and their is fear that further escalation could lead to a trade war . The U.S. sold about $130 billion in goods to China in 2017 and faces a potentially devastating hit to its market there if China responds in kind. "The last time tariffs were increased in the US in a big way was in 1971 under US President Nixon when tariffs were 10 per cent of all imports".
  • Death notices for April 11, 2018

    Death notices for April 11, 2018

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    Visitation is from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home in Copperas Cove, which is in charge of arrangements. The complete obituary is in the April 12, 2018, issue of the Fennimore Times. She was a waitress at the Eagles Club, Norm's, Blue Lounge and Vet's Club. Her love of cooking and baking is where she became famous for her chocolate chip cookies, which she brought to many occasions, whether they were family or friend related.