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It's the first time in 36 years, and over 200 shooting deaths by law enforcement, that a Minnesota police officer faces criminal charges in a fatal, on-the-job shooting. The July 6 shooting was partially captured on video recorded by Reynolds and broadcast on Facebook Live, sparking protests across the United States.
  • New Zealand quake evacuations under way

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    People in other buildings around the area - including a church, Rugby House and the New Zealand Red Cross headquarters - were evacuated as a precaution. Vessels in action include the USS Sampson , the first USA warship to visit New Zealand in 33 years, which will deploy two MH60 helicopters. "Despite the changes to the planned celebrations, it's poignant to see the anniversary marked with such cooperation and camaraderie", Brownlee said in a statement .
  • Substitute teacher's aide charged with sexual contact with 2 male students

    Substitute teacher's aide charged with sexual contact with 2 male students

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    Assistant District Attorney Emily Provencher is the assigned prosecutor. In a statement Wednesday, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan wrote, "I have said it before and I will say it again". At this time, Maufort's husband showed up to the restaurant. Maufort drove the second victim from the party, parked her vehicle, and initiated sexual contact with the teen before returning him to the party, the complaint said.
  • M1 triple fatal coach crash: Driver Alan Peters guilty

    M1 triple fatal coach crash: Driver Alan Peters guilty

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    Jake Dorling, aged 23, from Milton Keynes, who was the front seat passenger in the Audi, suffered a fractured skull, fractured hips, four fractured ribs and a punctured lung. "Alan Peters pleaded guilty to causing the deaths by careless driving, but his pleas were not accepted and the case proceeded to trial". Judge Foster adjourned sentence until December.
  • Thousands protest against Donald Trump in Chicago

    Thousands protest against Donald Trump in Chicago

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    Protesters upset with Donald Trump's election marched through the nation's capital Saturday night, four days after the NY businessman won. Police in downtown Portland, Ore., attempt to disperse people protesting the election of President-elect, Donald Trump, Friday, Nov.
  • Moldova elects pro-Russian candidate Igor Dodon as president

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    Moldova held its first direct presidential elections in 16 years after in March the Constitutional Court ruled that the president will be elected by popular vote. Since 1996 presidents of Moldova have been chosen by parliament. Mouldovans lined up for hours to vote in Paris, Milan, Dublin, and the London borough of Stratford where about 700 Moldovans were unable to vote.
  • China censors 'Kim Fatty' website searches after North Korean complaints

    China censors 'Kim Fatty' website searches after North Korean complaints

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    Jeong Joon-hee, spokesman at Seoul's unification ministry, said Wednesday that it is unlikely that the United States figures with whom Choe will try to contact have ties to Trump. "Washington, Seoul and the whole world will never be free from Pyongyang's nuclear threats and the risk of nuclear escalation". "News of the recent election, and the peaceful transfer of power from one administration to another, will be sent into North Korea via radio broadcasts, balloon leaflets, helicopter ...
  • Will Trump pull out of NAFTA, and what would happen to BC?

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    Trade lawyer Lawrence Herman said Trump's signals that he would reopen NAFTA would force Canada to the bargaining table for some tough discussions. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks in Sydney, N.S. Fen Hampson, the head of the global security program at the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Waterloo, Ont., says Canada should now focus on preserving its trade agreement with Europe and expanding its reach into Asia.
  • 'That's why I am Leonard Cohen': the singer and the Mumbai party

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    Influential singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen has died at the age of 82, according to a publicist for his US record label. Dylan also defended the criticism that Cohen's lyrics were relentlessly bleak. After graduating from McGill University, Cohen moved to the Greek island of Hydra, and published the poetry collection "Flowers for Hitler" (1964) and the novels "The Favourite Game" (1963) and "Beautiful Losers" (1966).
  • NFL Says Officials Got All Calls Right At End Of Saints Game

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    It was the first such play to provide the winning points in an National Football League game and the third return for 2 points since the National Football League began allowing defensive scores on such plays in 2015. But the Saints want to believe this time will turn out differently over their last seven games. It was not to be. Bradford was 31-of-39 for 307 yards, two TDs and the interception that Smith tipped and caught with 5:44 left.
  • Demonstrators speak out against Dakota Access Pipeline

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    Construction of the 1,172-mile (1,885-km) pipeline is about 85 percent complete, Phillips 66, one of the pipeline's investors, said last week. "We need to hold our elected officials responsible about the decisions they're making about our water and our air and our soil and our climate", she said.