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For Ilze, April 20 happened to be her birthday. Her husband Andrew Jordan (42) and her sister Ilze Skormane had been frantically wandering around the streets looking for Liga since she left. Detailed forensic examination should be done to confirm it. "Only after that can we know more about the nature of the injuries". The sisters were staying at Dharma Ayurvedic and Healing Centre in Pothencode in Thiruvananthapuram since February 21.
  • Dozens dead in bombing at Kabul voter registration centre

    Dozens dead in bombing at Kabul voter registration centre

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    India had supplied four Mi-35 attack helicopters to Afghanistan in 2015-16 to strengthen Afghan forces. Both militant groups view the Afghan government and democratic elections as illegitimate. Photos posted on social media purportedly of the scene showed several bodies on the ground and a badly damaged two-storey building. A suicide bomber has struck a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital on Sunday, killing at least 12 people, officials said.
  • World's oldest person dies at 117

    World's oldest person dies at 117

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    An official in the town of Kikai off Kyushu, Japan , said she died in hospital on Saturday shortly before 8pm, having been cared for there since January . After Tajima's death another Japanese woman Chiyo Miyako , has now become the world's oldest person, according to the USA -based Gerontology Research Group .
  • Syracuse University Suspends Fraternity For Racist, Sexist Video

    Syracuse University Suspends Fraternity For Racist, Sexist Video

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    After confirming the fraternity's involvement, the school's Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities suspended the chapter, Syverud said. Syverud said that in addition to expelling the Theta Tau chapter, university official "have begun a top-to-bottom review of our entire Greek system".
  • Iran Open To Talks On Prisoners If US Shifts 'Attitude,' Zarif Says

    Iran Open To Talks On Prisoners If US Shifts 'Attitude,' Zarif Says

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    On the same day, though, Zarif told other reporters in NY, where he is about to attend a United Nations meeting, that Iran does not plan to build a nuclear bomb. Besides, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has developed technical plans to surprise the United States in case it scraps the deal, he said at a meeting of governmental officials.
  • Close family, friends and colleagues attend Bush funeral Services

    Close family, friends and colleagues attend Bush funeral Services

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    Current first lady Melania Trump , representing the First family, sat beside former President Barack Obama . The coffin of former first lady Barbara Bush is carried from St. After the signing period is over, the book will be delivered to the Bush family. Thousands of mourners paid respects to Barbara Bush ahead of the memorial on Friday, as casket lay in repose inside the church.
  • "Austin Powers" movie character who plays Mini Me dies

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    Verne's family says during the recent adversity, "he was baptized while surrounded by his family". He wanted to make everyone smile, be happy, and laugh. The Austin Powers star died Saturday afternoon, nearly three weeks after he was hospitalized following an incident at his home in Los Angeles. He appeared in 1999s " Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me " and 2002s " Austin Powers in Goldmember ".
  • Western countries' missile strikes derail Geneva talks - top diplomat

    Western countries' missile strikes derail Geneva talks - top diplomat

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    The Democratic Party is suing Russia, President Donald Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks, charging that they conspired to disrupt the 2016 US Presidential election, a court filing shows. Syria has rejected any role in the alleged, which is yet to be investigated. FILE - The Damascus sky lights up as the US launches an attack on Syria targeting different parts of the capital, April 14, 2018.
  • Saudi police: Riyadh's shooting targeted toy drone

    Saudi police: Riyadh's shooting targeted toy drone

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    A Saudi official told the Reuters news agency that King Salman was not in his palace when the shooting took place. Videos had been posted on social media which claimed to be of heavy gunfire outside the palace in Rihayd, although these now appear to be false.
  • Enterprise Products (EPD) Coverage Initiated at Deutsche Bank

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    EPD stock traded down $0.06 during midday trading on Tuesday, reaching $26.59. Garrison Bradford & Associates Inc sold 10,750 shares as the company's stock rose 1.90% while stock markets declined. Raymond James maintained the shares of OZRK in report on Thursday, October 12 with "Outperform" rating. Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE: EPD ) has declined 10.03% since April 20, 2017 and is downtrending.
  • Donald Trump Considers Posthumous Pardon for Boxer Jack Johnson

    Donald Trump Considers Posthumous Pardon for Boxer Jack Johnson

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    Johnson became the first black heavyweight world champion in 1908, winning a fight in Australia against a white boxer from Canada. Johnson, who died in 1946, was convicted by an all-white jury in Chicago in 1913 of violating the Jim Crow-era White-Slave Traffic Act, that was meant to prevent and punish human trafficking and was used on Johnson for traveling with a white woman.
  • UN Welcomes DPRK Decision to Abandon Nuclear Tests

    UN Welcomes DPRK Decision to Abandon Nuclear Tests

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    His decision was welcomed by the world leaders, with US President Donald Trump describing it as "good news" for the world, and South Korea calling it "meaningful progress". The DPRK will never use nuclear weapons nor transfer nuclear weapons or nuclear technology under any circumstances unless there are nuclear threats and nuclear provocations against the country, it added.
  • Students To Walk Out In Memory Of Columbine Shooting

    Students To Walk Out In Memory Of Columbine Shooting

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    It also was coordinated with the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting , where 12 students and one teacher were fatally shot. In Memphis and across the country, students walked out of class, spoke out, and demanded safer schools.
  • SunTrust Data Theft May Have Impacted 1.5M Customers

    SunTrust Data Theft May Have Impacted 1.5M Customers

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    The bank told the Wall Street Journal that the information allegedly stolen may have been provided to a " criminal third party ", and has been investigating it since February. He said the attempt to download client information was made six to eight weeks ago. The bank did not identify or elaborate on the criminal third party .