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Marquez added that kits for 500 families containing humanitarian food and non-food aid will be distributed and that a subsidy of 150,000 pesos (about $52.30) will be paid to the affected families so that they can find temporary housing. In remarks in a live broadcast, he said residents in areas still at high risk were being evacuated and national agencies mobilized to assist in the recovery.
  • Police Scotland claims 'no authority' to arrest Harris Binotti

    Police Scotland claims 'no authority' to arrest Harris Binotti

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    He had suffered head and chest wounds. Mr Ferguson and the 26-year-old are believed to have gone out drinking two nights before his body was discovered and neighbours reported hearing sounds of a fight. "Police Scotland has no authority to arrest anyone at this stage". "Police Scotland will continually monitor any ongoing risk and take all appropriate measures", the statement is reported to have read.
  • Haniger, Seager drive Mariners past Marlins

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    Meanwhile, the Mariners hitters were making Wei-Yin Chen look like Sandy Koufax. Haniger walked on a 3-2 pitch to open the inning and Nelson Cruz was hit by a pitch with one out. Miami's Edinson Volquez (0-2) barely made it through three innings, giving up four runs, five hits and four walks. "At that point the best thing for us was to get a guy in there".
  • On Easter, Pope condemns 'vile' Syrian attack

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    Tourists, pilgrims and people living in Rome flocked to the historic square to hear the religious leader deliver his Easter message, the Urbi et Orbi from the central balcony of St Peter's Basilica. Finally, taking his leave Pope Francis said, "may Jesus, who vanquished the darkness of sin and death, grant peace to our days". He also mentioned hostilities and starvation plaguing parts of Africa.
  • Three ISIS suspects arrested

    Three ISIS suspects arrested

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    According to information accessed so far, the three arrested men are suspected to be part of a terror module which was building a new organisation with orders from handlers based in Iraq. The "self-radicalised" ISIS suspect was influenced by the extremist ideology and drew inspiration from banned ISIS websites. The minister credited the "Indian ethos and culture for the minimal damage radicalisation has caused" in India.
  • Kim Jong-Un oversees North Korean display of military strength

    Kim Jong-Un oversees North Korean display of military strength

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    Contrary to widespread speculations, North Korea did not carry out another ballistic missile launch or a nuclear test on the occasion of Kim Il Sung's 105th birthday. As NPR's Merrit Kennedy reported earlier this week, the regime said it would "hold the USA wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions".
  • Fox News Ousts Bill O'Reilly

    Fox News Ousts Bill O'Reilly

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    Fox executives were expected to make a decision on O'Reilly's future at a board meeting scheduled for Thursday. "Our plans have not changed", a spokeswoman said. Southland attorney Lisa Bloom, who represents three women accusing O'Reilly of sexual harassment, called the announcement by Fox News a victory for victims who were courageous enough to come forward - and hopes more will now do the same.
  • Woman, teen stepgrandson missing in Grand Canyon as officials search

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    While that means the pair won't have any food or supplies, search teams say there were indications that they had been able to take their backpacks off after they fell into the river. Their loved ones remain hopeful that Merrell's familiarity with hiking and survival skills will keep the two alive until they are rescued. Officials were apparently alerted to the incident when an emergency Global Positioning System locator beacon was set off below the canyon's North Rim, said Chief Ranger Matt ...
  • Arkansas to Keep Pushing for Executions despite Setback

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    Associate Justice Shawn Womack, writing in dissent, said Davis and Ward "had their day in court" and that the families are "entitled to closure and finality of the law". The drug supplier, McKesson Medical-Surgical Inc., had stated that the drug manufacturer prohibits vecuronium for use in executions, and that Arkansas had purchased it under false pretenses.