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Gov. Bruce Rauner dropped a bombshell Monday, saying he wants to re-instate the death penalty for mass murders and anyone who kills a law enforcement agent. Jeanne Ives, a conservative lawmaker from the Chicago suburb of Wheaton who argued Rauner was not taking a conservative enough tact on issues such as abortion, gun ownership and immigration.
  • 83 unbelievable photos of royal weddings from down the years

    83 unbelievable photos of royal weddings from down the years

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    With the Royal wedding happening just down the road, it felt only right to celebrate their special day with a new royal scene and it was a real thrill to be able immortalise our local Castle in LEGO bricks for the first time ever. Miniature versions of the queen and royal family, celebrities including Elton John and a huge crowd of spectators are includes as well. A Lego display shows Britain's Prince Harry (CR) and bride-to-be U.S.
  • Roberto Mancini leaves Zenith by mutual consent

    Roberto Mancini leaves Zenith by mutual consent

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    Mancini has beaten off competition from the likes of Carlo Ancelotti and Antonio Conte to land the gig, and will now be tasked with steering Italy back to the top of the global game following the disappointments of 2017 and the failed World Cup qualification campaign.
  • Exit polls are entertainment, enjoy weekend: Siddaramaiah

    Exit polls are entertainment, enjoy weekend: Siddaramaiah

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    We can not have a nation built on divides", he added. In the meanwhile, exit polls, which were released after the single-phase voting in the state ended, have predicted a fractured verdict for the state. Asked if Siddaramaiah will be the CM if the Congress gets the majority, he said, "The Congress party has a process". This is published unedited from the ANI feed .
  • Nawaz Sharif's remarks prove our stand: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Nawaz Sharif's remarks prove our stand: Nirmala Sitharaman

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    It may be noted that the relations between the military - the parent organisation of the notorious Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), which planned and coordinated the Mumbai terror attacks - and the Sharif government were at its lowest ebb in October 2016 when the latter told the former to act against homegrown militant groups or face global isolation.
  • Iraq election thrown open as outsider alliances appear strong

    Iraq election thrown open as outsider alliances appear strong

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    If results hold, they would spell bad news for the country's current leader, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who had been seen as the narrow frontrunner prior to the vote. Sources said the PUK looked to have won eight seats, well ahead of smaller rivals who had hoped for significant gains from Saturday's vote. Abadi, who came to power four years ago after Daesh seized a third of Iraqi territory, received U.S.
  • 5 killed in storm; air, road traffic badly hit

    5 killed in storm; air, road traffic badly hit

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    Among the nine killed in Andhra, seven are from Srikakulam district whereas two more were killed in Kadapa and three injured. On May 9, several parts of the state were hit by a severe storm that left 18 dead and 27 others injured. Services were restored at 6:50 pm, it said. The Noida-Dwarka Metro line was disrupted after a tree fall snapped an overhead cable. In South Delhi's Palam area, a man was injured after the wall of his house collapsed.
  • Marvel plans to add female Muslim superhero to MCU

    Marvel plans to add female Muslim superhero to MCU

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    The character, who is of Pakistani descent from New Jersey, is a fan-favourite character that comic lovers have been championing to have her own starring role in the MCU. Khan, if you're not familiar, burst onto the comic book scene a in 2013, and shortly afterwards became the first Muslim character to headline a Marvel comic book.
  • Price of petrol raised by 17 paisa, diesel by 23 paisa

    Price of petrol raised by 17 paisa, diesel by 23 paisa

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    There have been many occasions in the past where a government squeezed oil prices before an important event or elections to woo voters. Officially, this had prompted the company to hold price revisions. Considering this, the price of petrol and diesel should have gone up by at least Rs. 2 per litre since April 26. But prices were frozen thereafter. Fuel prices in India were highest in 2014, when worldwide crude oil clocked a peak level of $100 per dollar.
  • US Set To Officially Open Its Israeli Embassy In Jerusalem

    US Set To Officially Open Its Israeli Embassy In Jerusalem

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    The US delegation includes Ivanka Trump , the president's daughter; Jared Kushner , his son-in-law; US Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt; and a large number of senators and Congressmen. Forty-two Palestinians have been killed and over 1,800 have been wounded by Israeli fire since weekly protests began on March 30. Palestinians want east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.
  • Arsene Wenger fascinated by India

    Arsene Wenger fascinated by India

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    Since Arsene Wenger announced his intention to leave his post at the end of the current season, Arsenal have done nothing significant to make amends away from home. There is no way Huddersfield will play with the same intensity now they are safe, and a more open game will suit Arsene Wenger's side in his final game in charge.
  • Monster Hunter Film To Go Into Production In September, Starring Milla Jovovich

    Monster Hunter Film To Go Into Production In September, Starring Milla Jovovich

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    According to Variety , Constantin Film will be the main distributor, and the budget is around $60 million (thanks, Nintendo Everything ). X, which previously did visual effects work for the Resident Evil franchise. The latest game in the series called Monster Hunter World is an early "Game of the Year" contender and introduced the series to more Western gamers.
  • Simon Yates wins stage nine to extend lead as Chris Froome fades

    Simon Yates wins stage nine to extend lead as Chris Froome fades

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    But the Team Sky cyclist struggled at the end of the 225-kilometer (140-mile) route from Pesco Sannita up to Gran Sasso d'Italia and is now 2:27 behind his countryman. Yates extends his overall lead to 32sec on Chaves with defending champion Tom Dumoulin of the Netherlands dropping one place to third at 38sec. "It was a slippery but it was okay", said Yates, who said he was feeling confident enough to win this year's race.
  • BJP forming government in Karnataka: Amit Shah

    BJP forming government in Karnataka: Amit Shah

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    In the message, Parrikar, who is undergoing treatment in the United States since March this year, said that for the last two months due to his health condition, he could not meet the party workers. Goa Congress on Saturday said the state should either be given a chief minister or the "undemocratically installed government" should be removed, referring to the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government, PTI reported.
  • Chase Anderson (illness) placed on 10-day DL

    Chase Anderson (illness) placed on 10-day DL

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    The team replaced Anderson with left-hander Brent Suter , who moved up a spot in the rotation. Kyle Freeland pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Trevor Story homered twice and doubled to drive in Colorado's runs, and the Rockies beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-0.