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A helicopter crew found the wreckage a little after 11:30 a.m. Jeff Makepeace, 47, Jennifer Makepeace, 45, and Addison and Benjamin Makepeace, both 10, were killed when the aircraft they were traveling on went down in the Baxter Peak area nine miles north of Rifle, according to the Garfield County Coroner's Office.
  • FL lawmaker responds to hot nursing home deaths

    FL lawmaker responds to hot nursing home deaths

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    Apparently, the facility lost some, but not all of its power after Hurricane Irma . Bondi also said there have been 11,080 complaints about price gouging during and after the hurricane barreled through the state, leaving millions without power.
  • Philippine army captures Daesh command center in Marawi

    Philippine army captures Daesh command center in Marawi

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    Col. Romeo Brawner, deputy commander of the task force battling the militants, said the military had encountered some of the heaviest resistance in recovering the mosque. "It's really good news". Hundreds of armed extremists flying the black flag of the IS movement occupied Marawi, the Islamic capital of the mainly Catholic Philippines, on May 23.
  • U.S. may sanction Chinese oil trade with Pyongyang

    U.S. may sanction Chinese oil trade with Pyongyang

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    Ciu's remarks came after a press conference given by US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and national security advisor H.R. McMaster, who warned that the USA could resort to a military option following North Korea's latest missile test over Japan.
  • Tillerson Says US Is Weighing Closure of Embassy in Havana

    Tillerson Says US Is Weighing Closure of Embassy in Havana

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    The State Department said in August that Americans linked to the U.S. embassy in Havana had experienced physical symptoms from "incidents" involving sound waves. Despite an investigation involving the FBI, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Cuban authorities, there is still no full explanation as to the cause of the incidents since late 2016.
  • Trump, South Korean leader vow to increase pressure on North Korea

    Trump, South Korean leader vow to increase pressure on North Korea

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    What has to happen is a senior American official or a trusted confidant of President Trump needs to get in the room with a senior North Korean official or confidant of Kim Jong Un . McMaster also addressed published reports that Trump has changed his mind about withdrawing the US from a global climate agreement. Trump said as much earlier this year when he announced his decision to withdraw.
  • Aid Agencies Struggle To Support 'Traumatised' Rohingyas In Bangladesh

    Aid Agencies Struggle To Support 'Traumatised' Rohingyas In Bangladesh

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    Despite their fears of Buddhist mobs in Rakhine, some Rohingya still say they pine for home. "They can not travel from one place to another by roads, railways or waterways". The International Organisation of Migration said the flow of Rohingyas into Bangladesh was unprecedented. Foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali said: "We will continue worldwide pressure on the Myanmar government to immediately end its ongoing ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya".
  • Storm climate of conflict

    Storm climate of conflict

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    We can see water rising higher and over much broader expanses in that region than we've ever seen before. Over at the Weather Channel, an organization that has covered climate change in the past, the situation wasn't any better. "It's precisely the conversation that we should be having right now". "It's not the approximate cause of the storm, but it makes these bad storms worse".
  • Georgia Tech police fatally shoot student after knife confrontation

    Georgia Tech police fatally shoot student after knife confrontation

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    Schultz walks toward them slowly and shouts, "Shoot me!" The profile said Schultz identified as nonbinary and intersex and preferred the pronouns they and them. The Georgia Tech community was notified Sunday morning of the tragic death of Scout Schultz, fourth year computer engineering student from Lilburn, Georgia.
  • UNSC to Hold Ministerial Meeting on N. Korea Thursday

    UNSC to Hold Ministerial Meeting on N. Korea Thursday

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    The 15-member Security Council also emphasized the vital importance of the DPRK immediately showing honest commitment to denuclearization through concrete action and stressed the importance of working to reduce tensions in the Korean Peninsula and beyond.