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The people of Camaguey gathered on Thursday night along the route of the cortege to bid farewell to the country's historic leader, with the procession broadcast live on television. "We owe it all to him", said Yail Caperna, who woke up at 3.30 am in order to join the event. Thanks to Castro having allowed missile-launching sites on Cuban soil, the USA and the Soviet Union were on the brink of nuclear war during 13 days in October 1962.While President Barack Obama issued a statement leaving it ...
  • Luca Zingaretti, rissa coi paparazzi a passeggio con moglie e bimbe

    Luca Zingaretti, rissa coi paparazzi a passeggio con moglie e bimbe

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    La rissa è avvenuta nella centralissima piazza Sempione. Secondo quanto riporta il sito Dagospia l'attore avrebbe inveito e aggredito fisicamente 4 paparazzi . Per la serie: se davvero c'era l'indispensabile necessità di fotografare la famigliola Zingaretti al gran completo, si poteva farlo tenendosi a distanza (i teleobiettivi li hanno inventati da un bel pezzo) e senza togliere l'aria alle persone! Nel cast, oltre a Toby Sebastian nella parte del celebre cantante, anche Antonio ...
  • Hon. Patrick Faber in Cuba attending Fidel Castro's Funeral

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    He ruled the Caribbean island from 1959 until an illness forced him to hand power to his brother, Raul, in 2006. But, the outpouring of grief on the Caribbean island is in sharp contrast with the hatred expressed by numerous nation's exiles, who viewed Castro as a dictator who jailed opponents and whose socialist policies ruined the economy.
  • After Video Surfaces, Manhunt Launched To Nab Hizbul Commander In Kashmir

    After Video Surfaces, Manhunt Launched To Nab Hizbul Commander In Kashmir

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    They found several items that were related to Moosa. "During preliminary investigation it was established that Zakir alias Mosa used to record videos in one of the rooms of the house", a police statement said. The man is seen with a laptop and claiming that he has details of the "informers" of police in it. He gave "first and final" warning to the cops saying that if they would now harass their families, the militants would not spare families of cops.
  • Colombia crash survivor Neto will play soccer again, father says

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    The Brazilian club were travelling to Colombia for the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final against Atletico Nacional when the aircraft plunged into a mountainside near Medellin after reportedly running out of fuel . Only 0.5 percent of accidents on record were blamed on low fuel, according to the USA -based Flight Safety Foundation. "We have a message group from Brazil and I texted them to say "don't leave for tomorrow what you can do for today".
  • Bank robbery suspect holds multiple hostages in Jacksonville, Florida

    Bank robbery suspect holds multiple hostages in Jacksonville, Florida

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    Eleven people were held hostage at gunpoint for two hours during a failed bank robbery in Florida. He surrendered after SWAT team members forced their way into the bank. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office identified the suspect on social media as 23-year-old Nicholas Daquan Humphrey, of Tampa. Law enforcement officers ordered people to evacuate the area while the hostage situation was under way.
  • Amid Recount Efforts, Clinton Still Leads Popular Vote

    Amid Recount Efforts, Clinton Still Leads Popular Vote

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    It has now emerged that several electors may choose to follow this course in 2016, with the view that the election of Trump would pose a significant risk to the whole of the country. According to a 2013 Gallup poll, 63 percent of Americans said they would vote to do away with the Electoral College if they could. Trump has said since the election that he will not pursue an investigation into the former secretary of state's private email server.
  • One Man Dead, Nine Wounded in New Orleans Shooting

    One Man Dead, Nine Wounded in New Orleans Shooting

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    None of the victims are considered suspects in the Bourbon Street shooting. Harrison said about 30 or more people were on the block at the time. "Federal oversight could be hurting us", said Nungesser, referring to the city's consent decree with the U.S.