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Navy, File). Ray Chavez was out on a minesweeper, the USS Condor, in the early hours before the attack. That ship and crew will be recognized in Carson City during an official state ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the attack that marked America's entry into World War II.
  • Slager jury breaks for the night

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    By late afternoon, the jury of one black and 11 whites had deliberated more than seven hours over two days. Footage of the shooting, which occurred on April 5, 2015, following a traffic stop, was shared widely on both traditional and social media after Feidin Santana, on his way to work, shot video on a cell phone that appears to show Michael Slager shooting Walter Scott in the back as he ran away from the officer.
  • Obama marks 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack

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    On Dec. 7, 1941, Mapou was getting ready to sit down for breakfast on board the USS Detroit when he heard an explosion. Wishing a very happy birthday to Pearl Harbor Survivor Sterling Cale, who turns 95 today! 188 USA aircraft were destroyed; 2,403 Americans were killed and 1,178 others were wounded.Important base installations such as the power station, shipyard, maintenance, and fuel and torpedo storage facilities, as well as the submarine piers and headquarters building (also home of ...
  • Iran Reports Breach of JCPOA to United Nations after ISA Extension

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    Plutonium used in nuclear weapons can be extracted from the spent fuel of such reactors. Iran's nuclear authority then said that it would ship out 11 tonnes to Oman. The main focus is to evaluate the recent 10-year extension of United States sanctions on Iran in Senate. The law allows the U.S. to sanction businesses for doing business with Iran.
  • Is it time to change electoral college?

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    Their primary goal, as stated on their website, is to deprive Trump of the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency. "If they all vote the way their states voted, Donald Trump will win". He won 65.9 million, and she is only about 400,000 votes behind him. VP-elect Pence got booed on Broadway last month, but there's a far more frustrating Hamilton story for Trump now.
  • Alabama rolls past Florida for another SEC title

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    No NCAA team has won 15 games, though Yale and Penn did it in the 19th century. Alabama will be seeking its second straight national title and its fifth crown in the last nine years. Bo Scarbrough scored two touchdowns and had 91 of the 234 rushing yards by Alabama, which didn't have a turnover. Alabama: Freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts wasn't all that sharp, completing 11 of 20 passes for 138 yards, and the Tide will want to clean up some busted plays that led to big losses.
  • Syrians leaving east Aleppo in bus loads

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    Before the renewed assault, an estimated 250,000 people remained in eastern Aleppo, which was surrounded by government forces in mid-July. Hopes of agreement on the new plan to stop the carnage in Aleppo, where Russian-backed Syrian forces made further gains Tuesday in reclaiming rebel-held eastern neighborhoods of the city amid widespread civilian casualties, appeared again to falter amid charges, countercharges and confusion.
  • Crude oil slips on doubts over output cut

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    Analysts said the boon from last week's OPEC decision, which helped boost prices by about 15 per cent, has faded as they look to factors that may undermine the cartel's promise such as record production, Saudi Arabia's plans and the reaction of USA shale oil producers.
  • IS launches overnight attack against Iraqi troops in Mosul

    IS launches overnight attack against Iraqi troops in Mosul

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    Campaign commander Lieutenant-General Abdul Ameer Rasheed Yarallah was quoted by Iraqi television as saying troops had entered the Al-Salam Hospital, less than a mile (1.5 kilometres) from the Tigris River running through the city centre. The bombardment by Iraqi air support and the USA -led coalition appeared heavier than previous operations in the area. "We're in despair", a resident living in Intisar told Reuters .