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Police lieutenant Paul Ng said the bodies of the two young women were tied together at the feet and waist with what he believed to be duct tape. Their bodies were identified Friday. They were fully clothed and showed no signs of trauma, The New York Times reported. They were pronounced dead at the scene, along the riverbanks on Manhattan's Upper West Side, police said.
  • Angela Merkel 'to quit as party leader but remain Germany's chancellor'

    Angela Merkel 'to quit as party leader but remain Germany's chancellor'

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    Over the weekend, a key regional election in the German state of Hesse, which includes the population-heavy city of Frankfurt, saw Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU/CSU coalition suffer extreme losses in voter confidence, narrowly escaping defeat and sending a warning shot across the bow of Merkel allies that the populace is growing exhausted of political in-fighting and disenfranchised with the lack of policy results.
  • Trump Tells Rally 'Never Again' in Wake of Synagogue Shooting

    Trump Tells Rally 'Never Again' in Wake of Synagogue Shooting

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    Bowers had a history of posting anti-Semitic and anti-immigrant statements on social media, including a post made moments before the first 911 calls were made Saturday. We will continue to thrive and sing and worship and learn together and continue our historic legacy in this city with the friendliest people that we know".
  • Harry and Meghan rub noses in New Zealand

    Harry and Meghan rub noses in New Zealand

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    The dress also needed to be suitably modest for the May 19 wedding held in a chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, she said . The function was created to celebrate the suffrage anniversary, and Dame Patsy Reddy also got a cheer when she pointed out that she was the nation's third female governor general and Arden was the third female prime minister.
  • US official says Putin invited to visit Washington next year

    US official says Putin invited to visit Washington next year

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    But the proposed follow-up meeting was postponed, apparently due to domestic criticism of Trump, who was accused of cozying up to the Russian president. The Russian president described the terrifying hypothetical scenario while discussing the consequences of the USA withdrawing from the Soviet-era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.
  • Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis slug it out in Florida governor's debate

    Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis slug it out in Florida governor's debate

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    Gillum then called DeSantis a liar, and DeSantis called Gillum corrupt, pointing at Broadway tickets to "Hamilton" that were supplied by an undercover FBI agent investigating corruption at Tallahassee City Hall. If he'll lie about these gifts and trips from lobbyists on national television, what else is he lying about?" Gillum maintained his innocence and argued that Republicans were attempting to reinforce "stereotypes about black men," by bringing up the accusations.
  • Queen's last corgi dies, leaving only dorgis

    Queen's last corgi dies, leaving only dorgis

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    The monarch inherited Whisper in 2016 after Fenwick died. The dog died last week. It's not publicly known what the cause of death was . "Whisper was a friendly chap and followed her everywhere", a source told the paper. An insider shared at the time: "She has mourned every one of her corgis over the years, but she has been more upset about Willow's death than any of them".
  • Leicester City Owner's Helicopter Crashes on Takeoff From King Power Stadium

    Leicester City Owner's Helicopter Crashes on Takeoff From King Power Stadium

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    It then plummeted to the ground and burst into flames. Also on board were one of Vichai's two daughters, two pilots and a fifth person whose identity was not immediately known, the source said on Sunday. John Butcher, who was near the stadium at the time of the crash, told the BBC his nephew saw the helicopter spiral out of control apparently due to a faulty rear propeller.
  • Robert De Niro speaks out on suspicious package at his restaurant

    Robert De Niro speaks out on suspicious package at his restaurant

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    Law enforcement officers were seen on television Friday examining a white van, its windows covered with an assortment of stickers, in the city of Plantation, Florida. Prosecutors appear to have dropped charges in other matters. MSNBC reported that he was registered as a Republican Party member. He filed for bankruptcy in 2012.
  • Why the Obsession with the Migrant Caravan, Mr. President? - Hit & Run

    Why the Obsession with the Migrant Caravan, Mr. President? - Hit & Run

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    The result has been caravans like this one and the camaraderie that comes amid thousands of strangers who all share a common history and goal. "Some days there is work, some days there is not", he told Al Jazeera, adding that his hope is to find a job in order to provide for his young family - whether that is in the USA or in Mexico .
  • Mail bomb investigators probe Florida link

    Mail bomb investigators probe Florida link

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    Officials covered the vehicle with a blue tarp before removing it from the Florida neighborhood where it was found. Shortly after the arrest, Trump called the suspected mail bombs "terrorising acts" and praised law enforcement officers.
  • Trump denies his political rhetoric may have inspired mail-bomb spree

    Trump denies his political rhetoric may have inspired mail-bomb spree

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    One of the windows of his van, which was seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, features pictures of former president Barack Obama and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton with red bulls-eyes on their faces. "No, not at all", Trump said as he left the White House for a political rally in North Carolina. He suggested that the problem was not real or exaggerated, putting the word "bomb" in quotes.
  • At least 14 children injured in knife attack at kindergarten in China

    At least 14 children injured in knife attack at kindergarten in China

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    The woman is believed to have been carrying a kitchen knife. All victims have been hospitalized and receiving treatment, according to police. The police have not said anything on what the motive of the woman was. These attacks are often blamed on people with the mental illness or the personal grievances. A woman on Friday attacked more than a dozen schoolchildren with a knife in China.