• DOJ allows De Lima's foreign trips

    DOJ allows De Lima's foreign trips

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    The VACC and other nongovernment organizations (NGOs), staged a small protest near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), accusing de Lima of blatantly disrespecting the legal system. She assured the public that she will return to the country after her official travel. Jimenez said De Lima has another hearing on December 21 but the lawmaker is schedule to return to the Philippines on December 22.
  • Cardell Hayes found guilty of killing Will Smith

    Cardell Hayes found guilty of killing Will Smith

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    Jurors found Hayes not guilty on a third charge of aggravated criminal damage to property. Hayes faces up to 40 years in prison. Sunday's verdict comes after a week-long trial which saw Hayes take the stand on Saturday in an attempt to tell his side of the story and defend himself.
  • Hong Kong to welcome United's latest long-haul jet

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    The airline's newest aircraft type, which will feature the all-new United Polaris business class seats, will start regularly scheduled service in February 2017. "With United Polaris business class we are providing reimagined in-flight dining, new amenities, the first United Polaris lounge... and now this custom designed seat, all of which make for a tailored experience that prioritises comfort and sleep".
  • Too Much Change Could be a Bad Thing for Dota 2

    Too Much Change Could be a Bad Thing for Dota 2

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    Always in search of a good fight, Monkey King travels atop the trees aiming to spring from leafy cover and surprise his enemies. Each hero will have their individual set of talents to choose from, alongside special bonuses for each level tier.
  • PS4 vs. Xbox One: Sony sales top Microsoft in November

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    However we do have an insight thanks to NPD as to how the Xbox is performing in terms of sales in comparison to the PS4 in the last few months. In other PS4 news, the PlayStation Plus December 2016 games have gone live, as Sony gives the PS Plus lineup an update.
  • Man found fatally shot in South Ozone Park home

    Man found fatally shot in South Ozone Park home

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    Sunday. This is a developing story, check back for updated information . Sources also say there were several individuals inside the home at the time of the shooting but it's still unclear how many of those people were involved or just witnesses.
  • 72-year-old New Jersey woman dies after fire causes house collapse

    72-year-old New Jersey woman dies after fire causes house collapse

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    The fire broke out shortly after 5 a.m.at a home on Midland Avenue near Everett Street in East Orange, causing it to collapse. Phillips' 38-year-old son was injured and is being treated. A man and woman had to jump from a third floor window to escape the flames. The New Jersey chapter of the Red Cross tweeted that its Disaster Action Team is meeting with the family displaced by the fire in East Orange.
  • Facebook helps find photo for fire victim's girlfriend

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    I've finally found you. I cried, and we kissed. "It is a very sad moment, but I hope she will keep this photograph as a memory, because, you know, we don't live forever", Avan told WABC. I need a reminder of the brightest light of all - love". "I saw her lipstick on his cheek and she was having a pretzel". Tomioka's post was shared more than 300 times, eventually making its way to the page of Arken Avan , the Queens-based photographer who took the photo.
  • Cuba Announces Nine Days of Mourning for Fidel Castro

    Cuba Announces Nine Days of Mourning for Fidel Castro

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    The photo below shows students attending a vigil outside the law school at the University of Havana, which Castro attended. Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro has passed away at the age of 90. but rather that Fidel will be", Gonzalez said Sunday in an interview with state television. Trump said weeks before the election that Obama has propped up Cuba economically and politically "in exchange for nothing".