• North Korean test missile explodes during launch

    North Korean test missile explodes during launch

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    The U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement that Sunday's missile exploded on launch. The US Vice President Mike Pence is on his way to South Korea's capital Seoul . Beijing has long opposed dramatic action against the North, fearing the regime's collapse would send a flood of refugees across its borders and leave the U.S.
  • The hunt is on: 1000 flock to Lehi's Easter Egg Hunt

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    The group has been putting beepers in eggs since the 1970s so the kids can find them and trade them in for candy. The Easter Bunny will also make a special appearance. The Easter Bunny will be in attendance and refreshments will be available after the egg hunt. The hunt is April 8th and starts at 1 p.m. sharp at Lakeside Nature Center, 1033 S.
  • Cleric says recession, security challenges in Nigeria will end soon

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    The clergyman enjoined Christians to continue to remain steadfast and put their hope in God. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia delivered his traditional Easter address to hundreds of Orthodox believers gathered at Russia's main Orthodox church, Christ the Savior Cathedral, which was rebuilt in late 1990s after being demolished in 1931.
  • Trump defends US TV host accused of sexual harassment

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    Trump earlier in the day declared O'Reilly innocent of the allegations that prompted Fox to pay $ 13 million to settle complaints from women at the network, the New York Times reported . The alleged payouts have prompted at least 38 advertisers to pull spots from "The O'Reilly Factor". The company also said it "takes matters of workplace behavior very seriously" and that "Mr.
  • French police thwart attack days before election

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    The first round of the presidential elections are scheduled for April 23. "They had the aim of committing in the very short term, in other words in the very next days, an attack on French soil", he said. "The security forces are mobilised everywhere across France to ensure the security of French people and to ensure the presidential campaign goes smoothly", he said.
  • 2-year-old strangled to death in Gwinnett County

    2-year-old strangled to death in Gwinnett County

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    On April 16, police received a call from a homeowner, who said that his son, Brandon Williams , had strangled his girlfriend and her toddler who both live in the home, according to WXIA. At the time of the crime, the boyfriend said he was working in the driveway of the Tybee Drive home when he noticed his was son acting odd and wearing a mask prior to the attack.
  • Google to Launch New Job Search Site

    Google to Launch New Job Search Site

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    Google is working on a tool for posting job openings and managing applicants, allowing the internet search giant to take a stab at sites like LinkedIn and Indeed, as spotted by Axios . The Google Hire website is live, with a sign-in page open to the public, but is yet to launch. A Google spokesperson told technology portal Gizmodo , "Only information that a candidate voluntarily provides would be passed to a prospective employer as part of their online application".
  • Taiwan gives Chinese asylum seeker temporary housing

    Taiwan gives Chinese asylum seeker temporary housing

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    Any decision to let Zhang stay could further sour relations between Beijing and Taipei, which has worsened since China-sceptic President Tsai Ing-wen won Taiwan's leadership a year ago. Currently, about 10 such cases are thought to be in Taiwan. Zhang, who comes from Shandong province, has said that a source of inspiration for his asylum request was the wife of Taiwanese activist Li Ming-che, Taiwan's media reported.
  • Sessions orders review of race-obsessed DOJ

    Sessions orders review of race-obsessed DOJ

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of all Justice Department agreements with cities about police conduct. Greenwood, who also worked on a task force at the outset of the Obama administration to lay the groundwork for the president's police reform strategy, called Sessions' approach "a radical, about-face from a department that has developed considerable expertise".