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A man riding in a horse-drawn Amish buggy was killed when the buggy and a truck crashed in northeast Ohio. The horse was also killed. The operator of the Amish buggy, Levi Shetler, 54, of Wellington was initially taken to Allen-Mercy in Oberlin, then later taken to Cleveland MetroHealth Medical Center and is now in stable condition.
  • Kesha 'devastated' by Dr. Luke lawsuit

    Kesha 'devastated' by Dr. Luke lawsuit

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    In August, Kesha dropped her lawsuit against Dr. Luke in California in an effort to focus on creating new music, according to her legal counsel. "I worked my ass off for a lot of years to be able to do it: I sang backup vocals and the first couple songs I was on, I didn't give a fuck because I just had this one vision".
  • The Division Last Stand Reveal Happening Tomorrow via Livestream

    The Division Last Stand Reveal Happening Tomorrow via Livestream

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    If you're a keen follower of Tom Clancy's The Division, or you're just waiting to complete it again once the next batch of achievements come out, then you'll already know that the " Last Stand " DLC was originally scheduled to come out at the end of past year but suffered a delay as Massive needed to put much more focus into Update 1.4.
  • BTF takes legal action to remove Paladino

    BTF takes legal action to remove Paladino

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    Before that, several people made their disapproval of Paladino well-known during public comment. Superintendent Kriner Cash allowed Paladino to respond to the speakers seeking his removal. Nevergold said Paladino was served the Board of Ed petition during the meeting. "The board member who spoke such disgusting words presents a danger to the children at Buffalo Public Schools and I will keep saying that in the clearest, loudest voice possible until he is removed from this board", said ...
  • Serbia Warns of Intervention in Kosovo over Train Row

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    Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic issued the warning after a Serbian train, bearing signs reading "Kosovo is Serbian", was halted Saturday before it entered Kosovo due to reports of a planned attack by ethnic Albanians. Normalizing relations between Kosovo and Serbia is key condition for both countries to progress toward membership in the European Union both governments are aiming for.
  • COAS condoles killing of UAE nationals in Afghanistan

    COAS condoles killing of UAE nationals in Afghanistan

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    Five UAE diplomats were killed in a bomb attack in Kandahar on January 11 as they were deputed in Afghanistan to carry out humanitarian, educational and development projects. The prime minister of AJK thanked the army chief for Pakistan Army's contribution towards security and development in the territory, particularly in the field of education, health and communication infrastructure.
  • Central Ohio's Ikea store on track for summer opening

    Central Ohio's Ikea store on track for summer opening

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    The 354,000 square foot store is scheduled for a Summer 2017 opening, with a definitive grand opening date to be announced in the future. "IKEA recognizes the customer base that exists in Central Ohio, so I am pleased about providing the 160,000 customers who now are shopping at IKEA - as well as future new customers - with a store of their own", Garcia said.
  • Obama appoints former White House staffers to posts

    Obama appoints former White House staffers to posts

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    She tweeted saying, "Taking it in on one last walk through the People's House". The style of all the first lady's had always been under microscopic scanner from the Inauguration day itself and Michelle Obama, with a spectacular style choices had always displayed grace and elegance, in every event she had attended.
  • At least 76 killed in air strike on Nigerian refugee camp - ICRC

    At least 76 killed in air strike on Nigerian refugee camp - ICRC

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    They insisted it was too early to say that bombing the camp full of civilians was a "tactical error" or not, however. Villagers in the past have reported some civilian casualties in near-daily bombardments in northeastern Nigeria. The acute need for aid assistance remained clear, Robert said, adding: "Rann was one place where the situation had been extremely bad for many months and we had been trying to gain access".