• Two dead in officer-involved shooting in Palm Beach

    Two dead in officer-involved shooting in Palm Beach

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    Bradshaw said that a Florida Highway Patrol trooper first tried to Tase the suspect but, that the deputy feared for their lives. Officials tell WPBF 25 News that a sheriff's deputy was involved in a shooting. Bradshaw said the suspect may also have been involved in a shooting in West Palm Beach on Tuesday night. "Cars were running off the road and so accidents were occurring.there were three separate accidents", Bradshaw said.
  • N. Korea's cheer squad, officials arrive in S. Korea

    N. Korea's cheer squad, officials arrive in S. Korea

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    File image of Kim Yo-jong. Pence is leading the USA delegation to the Olympics along with Second Lady Karen Pence to; they will attend the opening ceremony on Friday and various sporting events on Saturday. North Korea has fired test missiles that have landed provocatively in the Sea of Japan. Kim Jong-Un is the third generation of the dynasty to lead the country, after his father Kim Jong-Il and grandfather Kim Il-Sung, the North's founder.
  • Meet Lucas, The First Gerber Baby Contest Winner With Down Syndrome

    Meet Lucas, The First Gerber Baby Contest Winner With Down Syndrome

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    Lucas' parents entered him in the contest after a relative pointed out an ad looking for submissions. Bill Partyka, CEO and president of Gerber, said Lucas's happy expression captured the hearts of his team. "Every year, we choose the baby who best exemplifies Gerber's longstanding heritage of recognizing that every baby is a Gerber baby", Partyka said.
  • Black Lives Matter leader fatally shot in New Orleans

    Black Lives Matter leader fatally shot in New Orleans

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    On Wednesday morning, she tweeted that she was "still without words". 'I won't say more about his death, but I will tell you that he lived to serve his community. D'Baha - whose legal name was Muhiyidin Elamin Moye - was a respected social justice activist known for his strong and vocal stances against police brutality and discrimination.
  • By boat, N. Korean musicians arrive in South for Olympic gig

    By boat, N. Korean musicians arrive in South for Olympic gig

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    The Vice President used a refueling stop at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska to set the scene for a trip he said was meant to show American "resolve" in rallying the worldwide community against the North Korean regime . After weeks of political and diplomatic wrangling, the Kim Jong-un regime made a decision to send its athletes to the Olympics beginning on Friday, 9 February.
  • Pence in Japan to boost pressure on North Korea

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    But Pence's five-day Asian trip has also been billed as an opportunity to put pressure North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. Leading the USA delegation to the Olympic Opening Ceremonies, Pence will bring to the Games Fred Warmbier, the father of Otto Warmbier, the US student who died in 2017 shortly after he was released from North Korean detention.
  • IG Deploys 15 Police Units, Special Forces to Benue

    IG Deploys 15 Police Units, Special Forces to Benue

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    But reacting swiftly, Governor Ortom said the IGPs position was a manifestation of why the police has ignored petitions for the arrest and prosecution of leaders of the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, the masterminds of the current invasion and the attendant massacre.
  • Justin Trudeau Mocked For Telling Woman To Say 'Peoplekind' Instead Of 'Mankind'

    Justin Trudeau Mocked For Telling Woman To Say 'Peoplekind' Instead Of 'Mankind'

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    The trip comes a few days after Prime Minister Trudeau issued some harsh rhetoric on the NAFTA negotiations at a town hall meeting in British Columbia, going so far as to say that Canada is willing to "walk away" from the trade deal. Trudeau heads to Europe this week for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and G7 summits, where global leaders are trying to figure out exactly how the world works now that U.S.
  • New quake shakes Taiwan's Hualien

    New quake shakes Taiwan's Hualien

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    Hotels collapsed, trapping guests and workers. "He (Chavez) has just reached the site now". While 235 people have been rescued, there are 173 people still missing. Several buildings in densely populated cities were reportedly seen shaking due to the intensity of the quake. Powerful aftershocks - some measuring as high as 5.4 magnitude - are continuing to rock the city.