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The law-enforcement source told the paper it was like something out of Hitchcock's finest horror - the 1960 flick in which a son, Norman Bates, keeps his dead mother's remains in a basement. Wolfensohn's brother and sister-in-law Joseph Buchman and Josette said their sister is now living in an assisted-living facility. Another relative said he wouldn't comment on the grisly mystery until "after the funeral".
  • Cascade Mall shooting suspect Arcan Cetin in custody

    Cascade Mall shooting suspect Arcan Cetin in custody

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    When police confronted the suspect walking down the street near his residence in Oak Harbor, he did not try to run, he just froze and complied, said Lt. They did, however, say Cetin had been arrested once in the past year for simple assault. A judge told Mr. Cetin a year ago the was not to possess a firearm, the Times reported.
  • È morto Walter Nones, il vedovo di Moira Orfei

    È morto Walter Nones, il vedovo di Moira Orfei

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    Spettacolare acrobata prima (famoso anche in tv con il trio Nonis), eccezionale addestratore di belve feroci poi (fino al 2007 è andato, qualche volta, in gabbia) e quindi direttore di circo. Raggiungendo la moglie Moira lascia i figli Stefano e Lara, i loro coniugi Brigitta e Micha, e gli nipoti Moira e Walter jr, Sofia, Manfredi e Alexander.
  • Referendum

    Referendum "Prima i nostri" nel Canton Ticino contrario ai frontalieri

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    Privilegiare la mano d'opera locale e assunzioni nel territorio porterebbe a frenare il flusso degli oltre 60mila frontalieri italiani che giornalmente superano il confine per raggiungere il posto di lavoro. È lo stesso problema che si troverà di fronte il Regno Unito qualora decidesse di attivare l'articolo 50 del Trattato di Lisbona e uscire dal mercato unico europeo.
  • Iowa animal shelter offers safe haven as flooding looms

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    Cedar Rapids city manager Jeff Pomeranz said the preparations over the weekend should help as lessons from the 2008 floods remain ingrained in their memories. "People come, they're not just bringing a container of water or a bag of apples". "It may not sound like a lot, but on top of the rain that fell during the week, it adds up", she said.
  • The Unassuming Hero in the Minnesota Mall Attack Speaks Out

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    Authorities are treating Saturday's stabbings at Crossroads Centre Mall as a possible act of terrorism, in part because an Islamic State-run news agency claimed the attacker was a "soldier" of the group who had heeded its calls for attacks in countries that are part of a US-led anti-IS coalition.
  • In battle for Iraq's Mosul, many forces with many motives

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    USA officials have said for some time that they expect the Mosul operation to begin in October. In some neighbourhoods, concrete barricades have been erected, he said, speculating that the militants are trying to isolate neighbourhoods because they are concerned that residents may turn against them if Iraqi forces draw near.
  • Prince William, Kate Middleton to arrive in Victoria today

    Prince William, Kate Middleton to arrive in Victoria today

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    Prince George and Princess Charlotte are getting their first look at Canada! The Duke and Duchess paid their respects to the courageous Canadians who served their country and lost their lives at the Cenotaph. During a ceremonial welcome in Victoria, the capital of British Columbia , the Duke told a crowd of thousands gathered at the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia : "Catherine and I are delighted to be back in Canada".
  • LSU fires Miles as football coach

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    He fared better as interim head coach at Southern California in 2013, going 6-2 in place of Lane Kiffin, who'd been fired that season. LSU started 2-2 during a season in which the Tigers had national championship aspirations. It was clear from the start that if the program chose to make a change that they would look at more offensive-minded coaches, and the new report confirms that thought.
  • Airstrikes pound rebel-held Aleppo districts overnight

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    Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin said the US-led coalition's support for rebels was hampering humanitarian efforts. Churkin again laid blame for the failed diplomacy with the United States, accusing Washington of being unable to convince armed opposition groups that it backs on the ground to distance themselves from the Al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front and abide by the ceasefire.
  • Sparatoria a Houston: diversi feriti, ucciso l'aggressore

    Sparatoria a Houston: diversi feriti, ucciso l'aggressore

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    Stando a quanto comunicato dall'account Twitter del dipartimento di Polizia della città, la persona che ha aperto il fuoco è stato colpito dalle forze dell'ordine intervenute sul luogo. La polizia ha dichiarato che al momento non risultano altri sospetti in fuga. Tra i feriti nella sparatoria , alcuni sono molto gravi e si teme per la loro salute.
  • Angry worker kills bosses, himself at Tennessee factory

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    Leslie Earhart, a spokeswoman for TBI, said that there was no further information on the shooting. After killing Zotter and Cooley, Swafford continued to walk through the plant. The Thomas & Betts facility in Athens employs 330-350 people and will remain closed to allow the community to mourn. Patrick Henry Sherrill, 44, killed 14 co-workers at the Edmond post office before committing suicide.