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The initial goal of the fundraiser following the April 6th collision was $5-thousand which would cover small expenses including parking and coffee. Sixteen people - including 10 players - were killed and another 13 people were injured. The crash site at the intersection of Highways 35 and 335 south of Nipawin will be closed to all traffic for the day to allow the forensic collision reconstruction team to work on scene testing and analysis.
  • Almost 500 refugees return to Syria from Lebanon

    Almost 500 refugees return to Syria from Lebanon

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    The US has resettled just 44 Syrian refugees into the country since October, down from approximately 6,000 in the same time frame past year, according to CNN . Nauert said the steep drop in refugees being allowed into America was due to more vetting procedures. Since then, the Trump administration has accepted just over 11,000 refugees from almost 60 countries, including the 44 from Syria.
  • Alabama and Notre Dame Agree to Home-and-Home Series

    Alabama and Notre Dame Agree to Home-and-Home Series

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    Two of the winningest programs in college football history will square off starting in the 2028 season. The agreement has Alabama traveling to South Bend, Ind.in 2028, and the return game with the Irish coming to Bryant-Denny Stadium in 2029.
  • Military Officers Punished After One Re-Enlists Using Dinosaur Puppet

    Military Officers Punished After One Re-Enlists Using Dinosaur Puppet

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    Randy Harris, the director of joint public affairs for the Tennessee Military Department, would not reveal the names of the other two disciplined airmen. Air National Guard Director Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice took to Facebook to respond to the video on Monday. "This act does not define our organization nor the men, women, and families that sacrifice so much every day for our state and nation".
  • Flint mother leaves twin babies in suitcase on the lawn

    Flint mother leaves twin babies in suitcase on the lawn

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    The woman has since been identified as Katrina Childress, 26. She remains hospitalized and had not been arraigned Thursday afternoon. The twins and the woman's two other children, boys ages 4 and 5, allegedly were not wearing shoes, according to court testimony.
  • McCABE'S MESS: DOJ Submits 'CRIMINAL REFERRAL' to US Attorney's Office

    McCABE'S MESS: DOJ Submits 'CRIMINAL REFERRAL' to US Attorney's Office

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    Although Mr. McCabe's bar membership has apparently lapsed, it could be reinstated, and Transparency Project founder Ty Clevenger said he wants to make sure that doesn't happen. "We therefore concluded that McCabe's disclosure of the existence of an ongoing investigation in this manner violated the FBI's and the Department's media policy and constituted misconduct".
  • North, South Korea Preparing to Announce a Permanent End to Their War

    North, South Korea Preparing to Announce a Permanent End to Their War

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    North Korea, a small, authoritarian nation surrounded by bigger and richer neighbors, has always linked its pursuit of nuclear weapons to what it calls a "hostile" US policy that is embodied by the 28,500 USA troops stationed in South Korea, the 50,000 stationed in Japan, and the "nuclear umbrella" security guarantee that Washington offers allies Seoul and Tokyo.
  • #Kathua: Students continue to protest across valley, seek punishment for guilty

    #Kathua: Students continue to protest across valley, seek punishment for guilty

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    In Srinagar's HMT, Sakidafer and Safakadal areas, the students were protesting against the Kathua rape and murder incident, hampered the traffic movement for hours. "What is the occasion for protests, stone pelting [over Kathua case] when case is solved, accused in jail and trial on?" In Kishtwar, students of AL Hilal Educational institute Kishtwar also took out a protest march demanding capital punishment for the accused.
  • The increasing strain between Israel and Iran

    The increasing strain between Israel and Iran

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    Battlefield use of the latter prompted one of Wilfred Owen's most powerful antiwar poems, Dulce et Decorum Est, but a fellow Englishman by the name of Winston Churchill, who served his nation as secretary of state for war for two years from 1919, not only authorised the deployment of chemical weapons against the Bolsheviks in northern Russian Federation but also advocated their use against "uncivilised" tribes in Iraq and India.
  • Trump says porn star Stormy Daniels is conning the media

    Trump says porn star Stormy Daniels is conning the media

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    Daniels, now on a national strip-club tour, said she has gained fame from her alleged encounter with Trump but "this isn't what I want to be known for". In a Twitter post Wednesday that addressed a police sketch of the man Daniels claims threatened her, the president said the story was entirely fabricated.
  • Michigan Younkers stores to close

    Michigan Younkers stores to close

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    Bon-Ton Stores has won bankruptcy court approval for a sale of its assets, and it will shutter all 250 stores in 23 states by August 31. The Younkers stores at the Lansing, Meridian and Jackson's Westwood Malls will be closed by the end of summer after a bankruptcy court approved the sale of parent company Bon-Ton to a liquidation group.
  • United Nations team attacked by gunfire at Syria chemical site

    United Nations team attacked by gunfire at Syria chemical site

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    The US envoy to the OPCW , Kenneth Ward, said on Monday he was concerned Russian Federation may have "tampered with" the site of the Douma attack. Chemical weapons inspectors will only deploy to the Syrian town of Douma if they are given unhindered access, the OPCW chief said Wednesday, adding it was unknown when the team would go.
  • As 48-day strike ends, new Tamil flicks to hit screens tomorrow

    As 48-day strike ends, new Tamil flicks to hit screens tomorrow

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    He said, "Firstly, a very big thanks to our Tamil Nadu Chief Minister for the fullest cooperation". The state government has chose to make computerised ticketing mandatory in all the theatres located in Tamil Nadu. Producer, distributor, and exhibitor will discuss and arrive at a consensus. The theatres will carry big and small budget movies, and the first one to hit the screens after the strike would be Karthik Subbaraj's Mercury , along with two other small-budget films.
  • Only 29 candidates file nominations for Karnataka assembly polls

    Only 29 candidates file nominations for Karnataka assembly polls

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    He lost the seat in the 2013 elections to the Congress. The senior BJP leaders say that if the municipal council president is given the party ticket, then the party will not only have to face the dissatisfaction of public but also have to accept the collective resignation of the party workers.
  • White House Holds Off On New Sanctions Against Russia

    White House Holds Off On New Sanctions Against Russia

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    Sure, Nikki said that we were imposing sanctions on Russian Federation. "The next day, when the expulsions were announced publicly, Trump erupted, officials said". According to The Washington Post , he was less than happy to do so. Haley and her office ignored that so the White House chose to push back, the officials said.
  • Trump slams California Gov. Brown for sending 'do-nothing' National Guard to border

    Trump slams California Gov. Brown for sending 'do-nothing' National Guard to border

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    Mr. Brown mobilized 400 National Guard members Wednesday to fight gangs and smugglers as part of the president's efforts to strengthen border security. Brown's mobilization envisioned a similar role for the National Guard, and in statements to reporters Tuesday, the chief of the U.S. Border Patrol and two Pentagon officials made no indication that they would reject a limited role for troops in California.