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Broner wasn't hurt, but police arrested him on a warrant for failing to appear for a 2014 court case in Covington, Kentucky, on charges of alcohol intoxication in a public place and disorderly conduct. This is the latest encounter with police for Broner. A more recent example came last April. He had charges dropped for alleged felonious assault and aggravated robbery stemming from an incident at a bowling alley over a gambling dispute when the accuser failed to show up for two court dates.
  • Feds say deported 'Dreamer' lost status, had criminal convictions

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    Montes is the first DREAM immigrant - that is, an undocumented immigrant who has lived in the United States since childhood - to be deported by the Trump administration despite his active DACA status. He suffered a brain injury, enrolled in special education classes through high school and overcame his challenges, graduating in 2013. "I respect him for that", Trump said, dismissing charges that his allegation was racist.
  • Facebook CEO Vows To Make Cameras The

    Facebook CEO Vows To Make Cameras The "First Augmented Reality Platform"

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    Virtual and augmented reality can completely replace them, thus providing us with more space in our homes for other activities. "We see something different.in order to create better tools", Zuckerberg said. Zuckerberg said. The debut took place on Tuesday at the F8 Developer Conference which took place in San Jose. "Over time, I think this is going to be a really important technology that changes how we use our phones", Zuckerberg stated , reports ABC News .
  • UK Parliament approves Prime Minister's early election call

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    The House of Commons backed the prime minister by a margin of 522 votes to 13, above the two-thirds majority needed, as Labour and the Lib Dems supported the move. "The UK elections do not change our EU27 plans", Preben Aamann, a spokesperson for European Council President Donald Tusk, said in a statement on Tuesday.
  • One police officer killed, another wounded in Paris shooting

    One police officer killed, another wounded in Paris shooting

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    The famous shopping street in the heart of the city, which is usually teeming with tourists and Parisians, was blocked by armed police tonight and metro stations in the area were closed. Paris police spokeswoman Johanna Primevert told The Associated Press the attacker targeted police guarding the area near the Franklin Roosevelt subway station on Thursday night (Friday morning, NZ time).
  • Dairy farmers worry about trade to Mexico

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    There's also what's called ultra filtered milk that is not subject to a tariff. That prompted Canadian farmers from a variety of provinces to lobby for the creation of a new classification of milk product that could be priced competitively with American imports.
  • Over 2000 migrants saved in a day

    Over 2000 migrants saved in a day

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    African migrants whose boat sank off the Libyan coast gather upon their rescue at the Tripoli branch of the Anti-Illegal Immigration Authority, in the Libyan capital on April 13, 2017. Previous year saw around 5,000 deaths. We agree. Where are @Frontex boats in a day like this? "The sea continues to be a graveyard", Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said in a Tweet, while Reuters photographer Darrin Zammit Lupi described the horror he saw as: "In 19 years of covering the migration story, I ...
  • Russian Supreme Court Bans Jehovah's Witnesses

    Russian Supreme Court Bans Jehovah's Witnesses

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    There are more than eight million Jehovah's Witnesses worldwide, with some countries classifying the group as a sect. Jehovah's Witnesses did not offer an immediate reaction to the ruling , but in a statement following the original declaration it said "extremism is profoundly alien to the Bible-based beliefs and morality" of members of the faith.
  • Labour is getting crushed in the opinion polls

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    Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said there was a "great atmosphere" in the packed meeting, while deputy leader Tom Watson described it as "very buoyant". The prime minister: "I recognise that small rural schools, particularly, have particular issues and I am very happy to look at those concerns to ensure that we get the finding formula right and we can spread the money as fairly as possible".