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Toronto police received one call at about 1 p.m. about a person entering the business with a firearm and forcing another person inside, Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook said. Police haven't confirmed that there is an armed person inside the building, but are following protocol. A heavy police presence remains in the area, including members of the Emergency Task Force.
  • Mother dies days after funeral of cop killed in Las Vegas shooting

    Mother dies days after funeral of cop killed in Las Vegas shooting

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    Stiles' devastated brother came with his sister to the funeral form their Louisville, Kentucky, and can not believe he is now saying goodbye his nephew and his sister in the same week. "She didn't even talk to me [about how she was feeling], and I'm her brother", he said. Five days following his death, on October 6, Hartfield's sister Denita Hartfield, his widow Veronica Hartfield and their son Ayzayah Hartfield, 15, and daughter Savannah Hartfield, 9, attended a candlelight vigil joined by ...
  • Mattis says USA 'not rushing to war' with North Korea

    Mattis says USA 'not rushing to war' with North Korea

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    In recent months, Trump has revved up his rhetoric against North Korea and leader Kim Jong Un, whom he's dubbed " Little Rocket Man ". "The foreign minister is very well aware of the intentions of our supreme leader, so I think you should take his words literally", Ri told CNN in Pyongyang.
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    Tillerson sees "no future" for Assad, his family in Syria

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    The senior United States official dismissed the claims that the advances made by the Syrian Army could be used to benefit Iran, a main ally of the Syrian government. He said he hopes the Russia-Iran-Turkey co-sponsored Astana process would "prevent further unraveling of interim de-escalation and cease-fire arrangements".
  • Off-duty cop saves man choking at Buffalo Wild Wings in New Jersey

    Off-duty cop saves man choking at Buffalo Wild Wings in New Jersey

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    On Sunday, Trooper Dennis Palaia of New Jersey State Police was eating a meal and watching football with his son at Buffalo Wild Wings in Rockaway Township. Police said that the man was then able to resume breathing and his skin tone - which had changed during the traumatic incident - had returned to its natural color.
  • Restaurant Brands has a Whopper of a 3rd quarter

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    Shifting gears, we can see that Restaurant Brands International Inc . Finally, Bank of America Corporation reiterated a neutral rating and issued a $62.00 price objective on shares of Restaurant Brands International in a research note on Monday, August 14th.
  • Two Cherokee County students arrested after potential threat to high school

    Two Cherokee County students arrested after potential threat to high school

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    Alfred Dupree and Victoria McCurley, both 17, were arrested Wednesday and charged with several counts of attempted murder and making terroristic threats, among others, according to a statement from the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. "Most of the information we received was from the personal diary, what was written down", Kelley said. Authorities said both teens attended Etowah High School in Cherokee County, which is located approximately 30 miles northwest of Atlanta.
  • Frost advisory issued for northeast IN, northwest Ohio

    Frost advisory issued for northeast IN, northwest Ohio

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    Wednesday . Areas shaded in blue are under a frost advisory . There is a possibility of patchy frost developing toward morning as temperatures fall into the mid 30s. Actually this Wednesday morning there could be scattered light frost over our area generally away from the city, as temperatures had fallen into the middle 30s at several locations as of 4AM CDT.
  • 8 feared dead after helicopter crashes into sea

    8 feared dead after helicopter crashes into sea

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    The incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon 2-3 kilometers off Barentsburg, the second-largest settlement on Svalbard Islands. It had been due to travel a short distance across the water from Pyramiden to Barentsburg when it went missing.
  • House votes to impose non-nuclear sanctions on Iran

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    U.S. Representative Ed Royce, the Republican chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, who sponsored the ballistic missile bill, has said the worldwide nuclear deal should be strictly enforced by Washington working with its allies. The sanctions regarding Iran's use of ballistic missiles and support of Hezbollah drew bipartisan support. Another measure, also passed by voice vote, would urge the European Union to fully designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
  • Kashmir talks: Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma meets Mehbooba Mufti

    Kashmir talks: Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma meets Mehbooba Mufti

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    Sharma said the accession of Jammu and Kashmir with India was "full and final" adding that the party was celebrating the accession day as Vilay Diwas (Integration Day). Reacting on the appointment of Dineshwar Sharma, Abdullah had said the acceptance of the political nature of the issue was a defeat of those who saw force as a solution.
  • Trump campaign analytics company contacted WikiLeaks about Clinton emails

    Trump campaign analytics company contacted WikiLeaks about Clinton emails

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    Not the subject", he wrote in a separate tweet. "Leading into the election, the RNC had invested in the most sophisticated data targeting program in modern American history, which helped secure our victory in the fall". Clinton's deleted emails and her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state were both key points of contention during the presidential race.
  • Abdul Karim Telgi, kingpin of fake stamp paper scam, dies aged 56

    Abdul Karim Telgi, kingpin of fake stamp paper scam, dies aged 56

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    He was arrested in Ajmer in November 2001 and was suffering from diabetes and hypertension for over 20 years, besides other ailments, including AIDS, NDTVreported. Hailing from Khanapur in Belagavi, the 56-year-old Telgi is facing cases in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Goa and other states. In July 2017, a report by DIG (Prisons) D Roopa revealed that the convict used to get special treatment at the jail, and was allotted three-four inmates to give him a body massage, owing to his severe ...