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Western governments said the veto showed Moscow had no interest in halting the violence. Many Republican elected officials have turned their back on him and Clinton's lead in national opinion polls has increased. Manfred Weber, another German EU lawmaker and the head of the center-right European People's Party, has said the bloc should freeze work on the Nordstream II gas pipeline, which would run from Russian Federation to Germany, bypassing Ukraine.
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    Il giovane si era tuffato alla ricerca di una cernia che aveva visto il giorno prima. Era uscito come suo solito in gommone, accompagnato soltanto dal suo cane , e si era diretto nella zona della famosa "Canna". A condurre le ricerche - ostacolate in questi giorni dal maltempo - sono due motovedetta della Guardia Costiera , che hanno perlustrato il mare fino ad Alicudi anche durante la notte.
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    The fact is a lot of it is media hype since numerous reported sightings were found to have no evidence behind However, social media has caused police in other cases to actually make arrests for real-life threats. Most recently, a clown sighting at Penn State resulted in a massive clown hunt across the State College, PA campus, with more than 6,000 people participating.
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    The pilot was in critical condition at Bridgeport Hospital but was able to speak to detectives, officials said. A USA national security official, who confirmed Freitekh's identity and requested anonymity to discuss the ongoing investigation, said law enforcement would look into whether the flight student had ties to terrorism.
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    After the video's release, Justin Bamberg, a lawyer for Scott's family, was quoted by the Charlotte Observer newspaper as telling reporters that the new video does not show Scott was armed. "Stay with us, bro, stay with us now", one officer says. They turn him over and note there's no exit wound in his front chest from the hit to his shoulder.
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    Il vero momento, però, in cui è venuto fuori tutto il carattere ed il talento dell'australiano è stato sull'1-1 nel secondo set: 5 palle break annullate, 3 consecutive, che avrebbero potuto - chissà - regalare una partita diversa. Qui in pratica inizia la risalita di Kyrgios che vola poi sul 3-1, non facendosi più rimontare e chiudendo sul 6-3. Il terzo e ultimo set è quello che, ovviamente, ha regalato il più grande spettacolo.
  • Aircraft crash next to P&W factory may be intentional

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    The Jordanian embassy in Washington said it was in touch with USA authorities over "the tragic incident". The plane was reportedly en route to landing at nearby Brainard Airport in Hartford at the time of the crash. The investigation will now be put into the hands of the FBI. The plane crashed at roughly 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday as it was en route to Hartford-Brainard Airport, according to the FAA.
  • US Launches Strikes in Yemen After Missiles Aimed at American Ships

    US Launches Strikes in Yemen After Missiles Aimed at American Ships

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    Indications are that the second salvo brought down an incoming missile, one USA official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. The official said that neither missile got near the ship. "All Americans should be proud of them", he said. "At least one missile" originated from Houthi-controlled territory near the Red Sea port city of al-Hudaydah, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said in a statement to NPR's Tom Bowman.