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The shooting claimed the lives of Earl Andrews and Monquiarious Caldwell, who were both students at the school. "I would also like to thank the Grambling State University Police Department, Grambling Police Department, Monroe Police Department, Ruston Police Department, the Louisiana State Police, and numerous other public safety entities for their assistance with this investigation", said Sheriff Mike Stone.
  • Father physically abusing, can get killed anytime

    Father physically abusing, can get killed anytime

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    Hadiya has been living with her father after the Kerala High Court annulled her marriage to Shafin Jahan, 27 in May this year and ordered her to return to live with her parents in Kottayam . When asked about the timing of the video, Easwar said: "After I released the first video, Hadiya's father Ashokan, had moved legally against me, accusing me of breach of trust ".
  • Iraqi Forces Launch Offensive to Liberate Final ISIS Stronghold in Iraq

    Iraqi Forces Launch Offensive to Liberate Final ISIS Stronghold in Iraq

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    Russian-backed fighters on the Syrian side of the border have also been pushing back on IS fighters, moving along the Euphrates valley, while separate USA -backed forces attack the jihadists from the North. Regular Iraqi army units, Sunni tribal forces and Iranian-backed Popular Mobilisation are taking part in the offensive toward the Syrian border, the Joint Operations Command said.
  • Oklahoma Senate Tells House to Add Gross Production Tax to Budget Deal

    Oklahoma Senate Tells House to Add Gross Production Tax to Budget Deal

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    If they will pass this package, I will guarantee them a straight up vote on GPT at 5 percent on the House floor. Tensions flared between Speaker Charles McCall and Rep. The Democrats originally wanted to eliminate the discount altogether, then said they would accept 5 percent for 5 years, 4½ percent for 18 months or 4 percent for 12 months.
  • Footprints of 200-million-year-old huge carnivorous dinosaur found in Africa

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    Working backwards from the size of its feet, the researchers estimated that the new species, dubbed Kayentapus ambrokholohali , would have been about 9 m (30 ft) long and 3 m (10 ft) tall at the hip. On average they were previously thought to be around three to five metres in body length, with some records showing they may have reached seven metres at the very most.
  • Frost advisory issued for 8 NJ counties with chilly Friday ahead

    Frost advisory issued for 8 NJ counties with chilly Friday ahead

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    Low temperatures could fall to between 33 and 37 degrees overnight. The Weather Service has also issued a Winter Weather Advisory which will go into effect beginning at 1am and continuing until 7pm Friday night . The cooler air will be brought down into West Texas on Thursday night as a strong cold front moves through the area. Temperatures will be comfortable in the evening too, with low to mid 60s expected.
  • White House: Trump likely to skip EAS while in Manila

    White House: Trump likely to skip EAS while in Manila

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    The Washington Post had on Tuesday quoted a National Security Council spokesman as saying that Mr Trump would be in the Philippines on Nov 12 and 13, but "will not travel the additional 52 miles (80km) to the Filipino city of Angeles on Nov 14 for the East Asia Summit".
  • Mystery as woman who vanished 40 YEARS ago is finally found

    Mystery as woman who vanished 40 YEARS ago is finally found

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    Her husband returned to pick her up after dropping her off for a doctor's appointment, but she wasn't there. In September this year, a New York State Investigator who was working on a different cold case, and who Detectives had mentioned the Stevens case too, informed them of the discovery of remains found in the neighboring Orange County.
  • Australian court rules deputy PM ineligible for parliament, government loses majority

    Australian court rules deputy PM ineligible for parliament, government loses majority

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    The High Court has ruled Barnaby Joyce , the deputy prime minister, ineligible to stand for parliament because he has New Zealand citizenship. Joyce gave the Coalition government its one seat majority in the house. Senators Malcolm Roberts , Larissa Waters , Fiona Nash and Scott Ludlam were also disqualified, with two others - Matt Canavan and Nick Xenophon - cleared of any impropriety.