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Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the technology used in those drones could only be obtained from a technologically advanced country. "When the terrorists arrived at the facility where they were to board a minibus, the whole subversive group was eliminated by the Krasnopol high-precision munition", the ministry said.
  • Lawsuit filed to allow medical marijuana use in school

    Lawsuit filed to allow medical marijuana use in school

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    The parents of an 11-year-old girl battling leukemia are suing their IL school district to allow their daughter to take medical marijuana at school. "That's all we wanted was for her to be back in school with her friends on her diet, on her medicine, and just go on with her 11-year-old like", said Maureen Surin.
  • New Zealand wins toss, bats in 3rd ODI vs

    New Zealand wins toss, bats in 3rd ODI vs

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    Any fan at a New Zealand limited overs match this summer who catches a six one-handed while wearing a promotional T-shirt is rewarded with £26,400 (NZ$50,000) in prize money. He combined with Hasan Ali (51 off 31) to help the tourists post 246 for nine. And so it proved to be, as Pakistan went on to record their lowest ODI total in 25 years.
  • Who Is Brian Hawkins? Man Confesses To 1993 Murder In Interview, Surrenders

    Who Is Brian Hawkins? Man Confesses To 1993 Murder In Interview, Surrenders

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    An emotional Hawkins didn't go into details about the actual crime, but said that he wanted to do the right thing, saying that his relationship with God and the weight of the past 25 years led him to confess. He also told the police his siblings Curtis Culver and Shanna Culver were a part of the crime, ABC News reported. The trio was booked in the Shasta County jail.
  • N. Korea 'likely to participate' in Olympics

    N. Korea 'likely to participate' in Olympics

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    The latest round of sanctions passed in December bans the supply of almost 75 percent of refined oil products to North Korea , puts a cap on crude deliveries and orders all North Korean nationals working overseas to be sent back by the end of 2019.
  • Letterman and Obama Refuse to Name-Check Trump in Bland Sit-Down

    Letterman and Obama Refuse to Name-Check Trump in Bland Sit-Down

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    Although the first guest needs no introduction, he is Barack Obama . The first episode of " My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman " premieres January 12, Friday, on Netflix . Letterman then quipped: "I was under the impression that Twitter would be the mechanism by which truth was told around the world". At times I was longing for a Paxman figure to elbow Letterman aside and get a dissection of what Obama really thought of Trump's approach to healthcare, taxation, ...
  • Trump 'has foul-mouthed rant' about African nations

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    The tweet came hours after a bombshell report about Trump's comments , which the White House did not immediately deny . Day, noting the contributions of a "great American hero". Good morning from the greatest most handsome "shithole country" in the world! Complaining about immigrants from "shithole countries" coming to the United States is bigoted and racist.
  • Trump Once Again Employs Anti-Semitism by Calling Feinstein 'Sneaky'

    Trump Once Again Employs Anti-Semitism by Calling Feinstein 'Sneaky'

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    President Donald Trump is right that California Sen. "Essentially what he told me was they had other intelligence about this matter from an internal Trump campaign source and that-that they-my understanding was that they believed Chris at this point-that they believed Chris' information might be credible because they had other intelligence that indicated the same thing", Simpson said , according to the transcript .
  • Trump to undergo medical check amid fears over his health

    Trump to undergo medical check amid fears over his health

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    President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday expanding mental health care benefits for returning military service members in hopes of decreasing veteran suicides . The doctor in charge of the exam said it "went exceptionally well", although he did not divulge any further details. "They get out of the military and they have nobody to talk to, nobody to speak to", explained the president.