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Following publicity surrounding the case many more women came forward to say they had been attacked by Worboys. Lawyers for victims said the move was "extremely distressing" for them. 'Enquiries by officers from the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command are ongoing'. When he is released, Worboys is expected to spend several months in a probation hostel.
  • Donald Trump signs funding bill, ends 3-day USA government shutdown

    Donald Trump signs funding bill, ends 3-day USA government shutdown

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    The Dreamers, an estimated 800,000 individuals nationwide who entered the country as minors, were protected from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy established by the Obama administration in 2012. Democrats, though, say the president is not to thank - insisting he was absent for most of the negotiations. One hour before a midnight deadline Friday, the Senate voted 50-49 in favor of ending a filibuster on spending through February 16 with 60 votes ...
  • Dreamers' Protections Could 'Morph Into' Citizenship in 10,12 Years

    Dreamers' Protections Could 'Morph Into' Citizenship in 10,12 Years

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    Fortunately, Monday's compromise gives both Democrats and moderate Republicans a chance to draft and then vote on a bill that could move America on immigration. One uncertainty at this point is how DACA recipients should be dealt with. Sen. Dick Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, also appeared to praise his remarks in tweeting, "The President is headed in the right direction here" with a link to a story on Trump's comments.
  • Pakistan again summons India envoy over firing

    Pakistan again summons India envoy over firing

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    When a reporter asked why Guterres was not getting involved in trying to find a solution to the "crisis", Djuarric replied that while the good offices of Guterres are available, "everyone needs to agree on involving the UN". The Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday said that 721 people, including 196 civilians and 363 terrorists, were killed in law and order, militancy-related and cross-border shelling incidents during the last two years in the state.
  • Pakistan beat South Africa to reach semi-finals

    Pakistan beat South Africa to reach semi-finals

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    Pakistan won the toss and elected to field and made the most of their decision as South Africa were reduced to 43-4 after just 15 overs following a devastating spell by the Pakistan bowling attack. This was Zaryab's third half-century in the tournament and second successive player of the match award after his 59 in another low-scoring match against Sri Lanka had ensured that Pakistan not only qualified for the Super League but eventually topped their group ahead of Afghanistan.
  • Carles Puigdemont seeks return to Catalonia as Spain tightens security

    Carles Puigdemont seeks return to Catalonia as Spain tightens security

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    Puigdemont, who faces almost-certain arrest if he returns to Spain's Catalonia region, spoke after meeting a small group of lawmakers at the Danish Parliament . Rajoy has said the Madrid government would appeal to the courts and maintain direct rule of the wealthy northeastern region if Puigdemont was elected while overseas.
  • Tuition at UC Schools Could Increase, Second Year in a Row

    Tuition at UC Schools Could Increase, Second Year in a Row

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    The board was also going to increase the student services fee by $54 and nonresident supplemental tuition by 3.5 percent, or $978. The UC Student Association said it collected almost 3,000 signatures in an online petition against the tuition hike, said student organizer Maxwell Lubin.
  • Trump attacks McCabe, denies asking who he voted for

    Trump attacks McCabe, denies asking who he voted for

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    Trump has publicly called on McCabe to step down and tweeted repeated attacks on the Federal Bureau of Investigation official. Which is to say, it doesn't sound as if the question demanding to know for whom McCabe voted was just small talk, contrary to Romney McDaniel's claims Wednesday on CNN.