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He was arrested and charged with felony endangerment to a child and was placed on electronic ankle monitoring and surrendered his passport as a condition of making bond on October 9. He recounted what happened Monday afternoon after Sherin's body had been found, according to police affidavit. Update: The Dallas County medical examiner has confirmed a child's body found in a culvert Sunday morning was Sherin Mathews, the 3-year-old girl missing since October 7.
  • Clinton camp helped fund Trump dossier research

    Clinton camp helped fund Trump dossier research

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    Attorneys for the political consulting firm behind the infamous Trump-Russia dossier accused a Republican lawmaker of abusing his power to punish the president's political enemies. Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) says a confidential informant has come forward and that the two committees are trying to get the Department of Justice (DoJ) to release the person from a nondisclosure agreement, The Hill reports.
  • 2nd person arrested in fatal home invasion

    2nd person arrested in fatal home invasion

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    Police say the victim's 100-year-old wife had called 911 to report that she and her husband were tied up by several people who had entered their home. Police say Troutman was the mastermind behind the crime and waited in a auto outside of the home during the robbery before driving both suspects away from the scene.
  • HIV-positive school assistant sexually assaults 42 boys

    HIV-positive school assistant sexually assaults 42 boys

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    The State's Attorney's Office for Charles County indicted Bell on 206 counts. The 206 count indictment covers 28 identified alleged victims and 14 unidentified alleged victims. Bell was sacked from his job as a middle school teacher's aide in December of previous year after authorities started investigating inappropriate text exchanges between Bell and a student.
  • John Kelly defends Trump on calls, lashes out at Florida Democrat

    John Kelly defends Trump on calls, lashes out at Florida Democrat

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    Florida's Legislative Black Caucus on Tuesday called for an apology from White House Chief of Staff John Kelly for misstatements about U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson , D-Fla. Instead, in the days since, he and the White House have added to his mistakes by refusing to correct them. Wilson herself also demanded an apology from Kelly, because "he lied to the American public", as she wrote on Twitter.
  • City becomes first in the USA to ban texting and walking

    City becomes first in the USA to ban texting and walking

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    The devices which are prohibited by the authorities for pedestrians crossing streets includes cell phones, paging devices, laptops, video games, personal digital assistant and digital video graphic devices. And according to the New York Times , similar laws are being considered in at least 10 other states. "It is critical that the highway safety community understand these disturbing statistics and work to aggressively implement effective countermeasures".
  • Senior Labour MPs call for party to suspend Jared O'Mara

    Senior Labour MPs call for party to suspend Jared O'Mara

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    Labour MPs have called for O'Mara to be suspended from the party while the investigation takes place. "We were talking and then one of his female bouncers had heard a comment I'd made to my colleagues minutes before, saying he'd got a problem with me because I won't sleep with him".
  • This country has the world's most powerful passport

    This country has the world's most powerful passport

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    The top ranks had historically been held by European countries, with Germany leading the pack for the last two years. And Singapore has been named as the country with the most powerful passport in the world in a new report. Pakistan ranked 93 on the index with visa-free travel to just 26 countries, while China was up at 67, allowing citizens to travel to at least 60 nations without visa.
  • Facebook apologizes for translation that resulted in arrest

    Facebook apologizes for translation that resulted in arrest

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    Facebook has apologised after an error in its machine-translation service saw Israeli police arrest a Palestinian man for posting "good morning" on his social media profile. The questioning would surely have been interesting as the cops would have tried to make heads and tails of the "threat" for 4 hours and yet not come to a conclusion that the person in question was a national security threat.
  • Two Farmerville men, one a student, shot dead Wednesday on Grambling campus

    Two Farmerville men, one a student, shot dead Wednesday on Grambling campus

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    Press reports said the shootings happened in a courtyard between two dorms. This is a developing story . KNOE-TV meanwhile said Sutton identified the victims as Earl Andrews and Monquiarius Caldwell, both 23. Nothing that anybody would've ever wanted to have happened", Sutton said in an on-camera statement early Wednesday. Police are still looking for suspects and students have been told to stay in the rooms.
  • First dog Nemo cocks a leg in Élysée Palace meeting

    First dog Nemo cocks a leg in Élysée Palace meeting

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    Hilarious footage has emerged showing the black labrador-griffon cross, called Nemo, relieving himself in the fireplace. " I wondered what that noise was ", said Brune Poirson, junior minister for ecology, as translated by the BBC. When an embarrassed Macron realised what Nemo was up to he told his colleagues the dog was "was doing something quite exceptional". Mr Macron and his wife Brigitte reportedly bought him from an animal rescue centre for €250 (£225).
  • Puerto Rico Energy Contract Awarded to Trump Donor

    Puerto Rico Energy Contract Awarded to Trump Donor

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    More than a month later, only 30 percent of customers have power . A spokesman for Whitefish told a Washington state paper that the company is uniquely experienced in working with rugged, mountainous areas like Puerto Rico where helicopters and 100-foot ladders will be used.
  • #CrimeStats: Mbalula doesn't understand the danger of guns - Gun Free SA

    #CrimeStats: Mbalula doesn't understand the danger of guns - Gun Free SA

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    Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police, Francois Beukman, says that the commissioner should be a competent person with innovative plans to fight crime and corruption. Roleplayers in the cash-in-transit industry were talking to each other, but the lack of intelligence was a problem. The Democratic Alliance in the North West has expressed concern following the release of the annual crime statistics today by police minister Fikile Mbalula .