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North Korea warned on Saturday that the U.S. will "pay dearly" if it re-lists Pyongyang as a state sponsor of terrorism following the murder of leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother in Malaysia last month. The North's leader spent his adolescence in Switzerland with his elder brother and younger sister from the same mother, as his father was believed to have wanted to hide the existence of his children who were born to Ko Yong-hui, a Korean resident in Japan.
  • Middlebury students protest speaker branded white nationalist

    Middlebury students protest speaker branded white nationalist

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    The president of the college even went so far as to speak to the crowd before Murray took the podium, and to politely beseech the students to let the AEI scholar be heard. "Our goal really was to get a conversation started, whether you believe in what Dr. Murray has to say or whether you vehemently disagree with him", he said.
  • Alleged gang members accused of 'satanic' murder, kidnapping

    Alleged gang members accused of 'satanic' murder, kidnapping

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    Two men are at the heart of a horrific series of crimes in Houston, police say. The teen tried to leave, but the men wouldn't allow it. Investigators said "Flaco" also sexually assaulted the victim. KHOU says 18-year-old Diego Alexander Hernandez-Rivera and 22-year-old Miguel Angel Alvarez-Flores are facing murder and kidnapping charges. Investigators said the accused men made up a rouse that they were taking Genesis with them on a run to meet the gang's marijuana supplier.
  • Melania Trump non rinuncia all'eleganza al Congresso di suo marito Donald

    Melania Trump non rinuncia all'eleganza al Congresso di suo marito Donald

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    Dalla Casa Bianca, ovviamente, nessun commento in merito: Melania Trump , dopo tante critiche, ha comunque incassato la prima standing ovation della sua carriera da First Lady . Le parlamentari democratiche, infatti, si sono presentate al Congresso tutte vestite di bianco per difendere i diritti delle donne: l'iniziativa era stata pubblicizzata con un tweet dalla parlamentare dem Lois Frankel.
  • Greggs bakery heir Colin Gregg convicted of abusing boys

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    Colin Gregg, 75, helped to build up the family business in the 1960s but later became a teacher, headteacher, social worker and charity boss. The court heard he abused one child in a swimming pool and others in a gym at his home. Judge Robin Mairs told him that the fact he was granting bail was no indication of sentence. Gregg, who is a former head teacher, is now expected to be jailed.
  • Nike releases plus-size clothing line for women

    Nike releases plus-size clothing line for women

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    The collection includes the fashion-forward and functional sportswear Nike is famed for, and includes tights, tops and hoodies. Nike's designers also realized that making athletic gear as true-to-size as possible is important. " Nike's product range will continue to expand to ensure there is a flawless fit for every athlete", Nike said in a press release. "Stay tuned", Nike responded.
  • Allarme bomba a Torino Porta Nuova

    Allarme bomba a Torino Porta Nuova

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    Scongiurato immediatamente il pericolo della bomba, che aveva tuttavia messo in preallarme la stazione provocando la chiusura della metro, la deviazione del traffico e l'ingresso limitato a via Nizza, poiché entrata più lontana al trolley del caos.
  • Bahamas' famous swimming pigs died after tourists fed them booze

    Bahamas' famous swimming pigs died after tourists fed them booze

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    The Bahamas Humane Society President Kim Aranha stated last week that there are "silly" sailors that goad the animals to drink alcohol and try to get them drunk. "It could be malicious but I don't really see why someone would go out of their way to hurt those lovely animals". Part of the Exuma island chain, Big Major Cay, also known as Pig Beach, sits in the Caribbean Sea to the southeast of Nassau.
  • Eleven senators ask federal government to honor states' pot policies

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    Twenty-eight states have medical marijuana laws, while marijuana is decriminalized in 21 states. Right now, there is a lot of uncertainty and confusion in the marijuana industry and they all center around comments made by President Trump during his campaign and statements made by now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions during his confirmation hearings and as recently as on Tuesday last week.
  • Trump blames Obama and his 'group' for damaging leaks, protests

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    That's a good thing. "We're going to do more with less and make the government lean and accountable to the people", he told the National Association of Governors. It came after CNN reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation rejected a recent request by the White House to dispute media reports that Trump campaign officials had regular contacts with Russian intelligence officials before the election.
  • Mike Pence Used Personal Email for Government Business and Got Hacked

    Mike Pence Used Personal Email for Government Business and Got Hacked

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    Public officials are not barred from using personal email accounts under IN law, but the law is interpreted to mean that any official business conducted on private email must be retained to comply with public record laws. In particular, some of the emails that had been accessed during the hack were deemed too confidential to be released as part of the publication's public records request.