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There could also be new ice accumulation of less than 0.1 of an inch possible. Wednesday and most of Thursday are quiet again but another winter storm is possible Thursday night and into Friday . The snowstorm , which started moving through the area around noon, should bring less than an inch of accumulation, according to the National Weather Service .
  • Pakistan freed Taliban co-founder at US request: Envoy

    Pakistan freed Taliban co-founder at US request: Envoy

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    The Afghan government, which was not invited in last week's Moscow talks , slammed Russian Federation for allowing the United Nations blacklisted Taliban members to take part in the talks. "There is an election, I know, that makes reaching a peace agreement particularly complicated". U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly signaled his intention to wind down America's longest conflict, declaring Tuesday in his State of the Union address that "great nations do not fight endless wars".
  • Winter Weather Advisories Sunday Morning

    Winter Weather Advisories Sunday Morning

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    The sun was out on Sunday morning but the National Weather Service says snow will return late in the afternoon into the evening across the Northwest. The areas in white and light blue will be the first to see the transition from snow to a mix. Washington's Governor, Jay Inslee, declared an emergency across the state on Friday.
  • Snow, freezing rain, strong winds expected in Guelph on Tuesday

    Snow, freezing rain, strong winds expected in Guelph on Tuesday

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    Some showers also develop Sunday, but our next best chance of rain comes between Monday and Tuesday of next week. There may be a few upper 30s on the map in areas to the north and east. The best chance for seeing enough freezing rain to create a glaze of ice is across northern and western Virginia, where a winter weather advisory is in effect into Monday morning.
  • 5 youngsters arrested over taking pictures of US musician Kyle Yorlets

    5 youngsters arrested over taking pictures of US musician Kyle Yorlets

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    The oldest suspect is 16, and the youngest is 12. Officials with Metro police said the five suspects were in a stolen Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck in the alley that runs behind Yorlets' home when they saw him outside. He was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead, according to BuzzFeed . Yorlets was from Pennsylvania and graduated from Belmont University, according to police.
  • Canadian gets life sentence for Quebec mosque shooting

    Canadian gets life sentence for Quebec mosque shooting

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    He referred to numerous attacks and said he "lost it" after learning Canada was preparing to take in more refugees. In the case of McArthur, who killed eight men from Toronto's gay village, the Crown had sought a sentence of 50 years without parole eligibility; the judge ruled he can apply for parole after 25 years, when he is 91 years old.
  • Sumatran tiger Asim arrives at London Zoo

    Sumatran tiger Asim arrives at London Zoo

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    A male tiger mauled his intended mate to death after they were put in the same enclosure. In addition, they explained that in Asim's early days at the zoo with Melati, they noticed "lots of "chuffing" which is a happy sound they make to let each other know they have good intentions" and added, "It's fantastic to see that they're interested in each other already".
  • Storm Erik has left 1700 homes in Ireland without power

    Storm Erik has left 1700 homes in Ireland without power

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    Storm Erik has brought 60mph winds to Britain - with the wet and windy weather expected to continue through the weekend. Yesterday video footage of a pram being dragged into oncoming traffic on a busy Dublin road during Storm Erik has emerged.
  • Germany, France 'in constant contact' on Nord Stream project - Berlin

    Germany, France 'in constant contact' on Nord Stream project - Berlin

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    Germany will not become dependent on Russian Federation for gas due to Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline , Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, stressing that it was crucial to ensure Ukraine remained a transit country for gas. On the other side, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia strongly oppose Nord Stream 2, mostly for geopolitical reasons. Other western countries will be linked to Nord Stream 2 via Germany.
  • Bodycam video shows Florida man dancing during sobriety test

    Bodycam video shows Florida man dancing during sobriety test

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    Larson is accused of then getting out of the vehicle while his auto was still in drive. According to an arrest report, Christopher Larson forgot to put the truck in park when he unlocked the door and began to get out. At one point in the tests, Larson was instructed to walk heel-to-toe across a piece of tape stretched out on the ground. A Sheriff's deputy said he knocked on Larson's window and shouted before Larson responded by waving at the deputy, while appearing disoriented.
  • No plan to meet Xi before deadline

    No plan to meet Xi before deadline

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    Trump is also uncertain whether there will be a meeting scheduled next month. However, Trump's recent comment had substantially aired negativity and dampened the hope of reform of quick trade pack, meanwhile impacting the global stocks dreadfully and fueling a steep slip in global stock markets including the U.S.
  • Istanbul rescuers search rubble for survivors after building collapse

    Istanbul rescuers search rubble for survivors after building collapse

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    At the time of the disaster, around 43 people were living in the building , which had 14 apartments. He said local authorities had told him that three of the eight storeys had been illegally added. Yerlikaya didn't say how many people remain unaccounted for. Four of the 13 people rescued are listed in critical condition, Anadolu reported. A textile workshop on the building's lower floor was empty at the time, local official Zeki Dag told local media earlier.
  • China hits out at Modi after his visit to Arunchal Pradesh

    China hits out at Modi after his visit to Arunchal Pradesh

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    PM Modi hailed the NDA government's work and said that they have been building oil reserves at different locations to meet oil and gas requirements in hard times. The TDP had severed its ties with the BJP in March past year alleging that the NDA government had failed to discharge its constitutional responsibilities in implementing the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 in letter and spirit.
  • Prince Philip Gives Up Driver's License Following Car Crash

    Prince Philip Gives Up Driver's License Following Car Crash

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    United Kingdom police sent their investigation of the crash to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), which is considering whether to bring charges against Prince Philip over the crash last month. Prince Philip's , the Duke of Edinburgh, auto being made ready for recovery after he was involved in a road traffic accident on the A149 at Babingley, near King's Lynn.
  • Sacramento Weather: Storm Arriving By Evening Commute, Foothills Could Again See Snow

    Sacramento Weather: Storm Arriving By Evening Commute, Foothills Could Again See Snow

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    Seattle-Tacoma International Airport reported 6.4 inches of snow Friday and 7.9 inches by 10 a.m. Saturday, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle . "There's a potential for more snow next week", Parker said. More storms are on the way for much of next week. "I encourage everyone to stay off the roads if possible and plan ahead if you must travel".
  • Officials Say Man Shot at Border Is Alive

    Officials Say Man Shot at Border Is Alive

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    The resolution called the razor wire "not only irresponsible, but inhumane" and argues that this type of wall "is only found in a war, prison or battle setting". Central Americans are increasingly entering the United States illegally in groups of at least 100 people in rugged, remote stretches of the Mexican border, authorities said Friday upon releasing January figures that show total arrests fell for a second straight month.