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CBC reported that after intruders broke a window, one man attempted to climb into the store through the broken glass - until three people inside the store charged him wielding sabre-style swords. The first two suspects are described as male between five-foot-eight and five-foot-10 with a medium build. The third suspect, police say, was between five-foot-nine and five-foot-eleven with a heavy build.
  • Stone Ally Negotiating Plea with Mueller

    Stone Ally Negotiating Plea with Mueller

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    Jerome Corsi told The Associated Press he has been negotiating a potential plea but declined to comment further. Corsi said in an interview with the Daily Caller ten days ago, "I was telling people as early as August, I thought Assange had Podesta emails, and I thought he was going to drop them in October".
  • Trump says asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, incoming govt denies

    Trump says asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, incoming govt denies

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    Democrats and human rights activists are likely to be concerned about the "Remain in Mexico" strategy, and in the past have expressed concern it may put migrants at risk and make it more hard for them to apply for asylum. After an initial fear screening at the port of entry, the asylum seeker would wait until his or her scheduled court appearance before an immigration judge.
  • Local elections oust Taiwan ruling party, votes on same-sex marriage referendum

    Local elections oust Taiwan ruling party, votes on same-sex marriage referendum

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    Both were won by the China-friendly opposition, the Kuomintang, which once ruled China before fleeing to Taiwan at the end of a civil war with the Communists in 1949. Polling stations reported long lines of people waiting to vote. Other critics have denounced the government for failing to cut a budget deficit or reduce pollution.
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa is leaning less than before, say experts

    Leaning Tower of Pisa is leaning less than before, say experts

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    The 57-metre (186ft) construction straightened by 4cm (1.5in), according to engineering professor Nunziante Squeglia of Pisa University, who was cited in Italian media reports. While it still may not stand perfectly erect, perhaps one day the Leaning Tower of Pisa will have to be renamed simply the "Tower of Pisa". "The climb has to be controlled" so that visitors can tour in groups and reserve a trip in advance, De Felice said.
  • At least 25 killed as bus plunges into canal in Karnataka

    At least 25 killed as bus plunges into canal in Karnataka

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    In another incident, at least twelve people were killed and several others injured after a private bus carrying 30 passengers from Talcher's Balanda to Bhubaneswar fell from Mahanadi bridge near Jagatpur in Cuttack district on November 21. Also, he has directed to postpone the state film award ceremony scheduled this evening. Long wails from the grief-stricken inconsolable kin of the victims followed as the rescue teams fished out bodies one after another.
  • Donald Trump asks United States court to fast-track trans military ban ruling

    Donald Trump asks United States court to fast-track trans military ban ruling

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    The Trump administration asked the US Supreme Court on Friday to break judicial protocols and consider the ban on transgender people serving in the US military . But Francisco told the Supreme Court the administration cannot afford to wait for those circuits to decide, and that the justices should accept the cases now so they can be heard in the current term.
  • Dead, 60 Injured in Bombing at Kabul Wedding Hall

    Dead, 60 Injured in Bombing at Kabul Wedding Hall

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    Meanwhile, officials from the Uranus Wedding Hall where the blast happened have said that the security team at the wedding hall and PD15 police were assigned to protect the gathering. Interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said the number of dead or wounded was "more than 50" so far. "The deliberate targeting of civilians is a clear violation of global humanitarian law".
  • Russian boss of spy agency blamed for Skripal attack dies

    Russian boss of spy agency blamed for Skripal attack dies

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    Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu called the air force general a "faithful son of Russia" and "patriot of the fatherland". Igor Korobov worked in intelligence since 1985, was appointed head of the main Directorate of the General staff in January 2016, after the death of the previous head Igor Sarguna.
  • Vast dust storm rains mud on Australian towns

    Vast dust storm rains mud on Australian towns

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    A large dust cloud is already affecting communities further inland across the state of New South Wales (NSW) on Thursday and experts say the bulk of the cloud could reach the harbour city by the afternoon. An Airservices Australia spokesman said Sydney airport has advanced procedures to allow for landing and taking off in low visibility conditions. 10 News First weather presenter Josh Holt said dust storms occur after a combination of sustained wind and dry weather.
  • May says blocking her deal could thwart divorce

    May says blocking her deal could thwart divorce

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    And Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "It is my view that the House of Commons will stop no-deal. There is not a majority in the House of Commons to allow that to take place". She said hard compromises were made, particularly on the Irish backstop, but they were necessary to get the deal done. "The Prime Minister has landed a good deal, we now have to sell it", Mr Hinds told Julia Hartley-Brewer.
  • American tourist killed by unknown Indian tribes in Andaman

    American tourist killed by unknown Indian tribes in Andaman

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    There's no way we can get it back. There had been nothing to indicate Mr Chau had been planning to undertake his trip to North Sentinel Island on his extensive Instagram feed about his travels, or that he planned missionary work, other than his clear love for adventure .
  • New Jersey mansion fire being probed as quadruple homicide

    New Jersey mansion fire being probed as quadruple homicide

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    Specifically, Paul Caneiro, 51, was booked in the Monmouth County Jail in Freehold Wednesday morning on one count of aggravated arson in Ocean Township. They found Keith Caneiro , 50, dead, reportedly with a gunshot wound , outside the home. Jennifer and the two children, 11-year old Jesse and 8-year old Sophia, were found inside the home, confirmed Grammicioni.