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Beginning March 2, police say Conditt planted bombs in different parts of Austin, killing two people and severely wounding four others. "It is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his life that led him to this point", Interim Austin Police Chief Brian Manley told reporters on Wednesday night .
  • Iraq Announces 'Absolute Rejection' of Turkish Cross-Border Infiltration

    Iraq Announces 'Absolute Rejection' of Turkish Cross-Border Infiltration

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    Anadolu said some 50 PKK rebels were killed or wounded in such operations since March 10. At least 15 caves and 30 shelters used by militants were also destroyed, the sources added. Meanwhile, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Turkey and Iraq will launch joint military operations against PKK from May 2018. Turkey's Armed Forces may enter Sinjar town to fight PKK, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said earlier.
  • Pakistan, Sri Lanka agree to further diversify, enhance ties

    Pakistan, Sri Lanka agree to further diversify, enhance ties

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    Pakistan and Sri Lanka have agreed to further diversify and enhance relations especially in the realm of trade and people-to-people contacts, a statement from Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday. 3 MOU's had also been signed between the two countries relating to youth development, training of diplomatic staff and training of administrative officers.
  • Notice to Cambridge Analytica in FB data breach case

    Notice to Cambridge Analytica in FB data breach case

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    The ICO had tweeted that the operation was "just one part of a larger investigation into the use of personal data for political purposes and we will now need time to collect and consider the evidence". He said: "As you can imagine, accusing a senior colleague of following a "highly unethical" approach is no small matter, and one that we would not take lightly and would hope to avoid".
  • Iowa family of four found dead in Mexico

    Iowa family of four found dead in Mexico

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    Iowa officials identified the family as Kevin Sharp, 41; his wife, Amy Sharp, 38, and their children Sterling, 12, and Adrianna, 7. The state prosecutor's office reiterated that there was no indication of a break-in or other foul play in the condominium.
  • Mukesh Ambani's son to wed Shloka Mehta in Dec

    Mukesh Ambani's son to wed Shloka Mehta in Dec

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    The Ambani and Mehta families have known each other for a very long time. While the dates of either the wedding or engagement of Akash Ambani have not been finalised yet, the couple is likely to get formally engaged in June and the wedding is likely to be held in early December.
  • US steps up threat to quit UN rights council

    US steps up threat to quit UN rights council

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    The report was in response to a resolution adopted in 2016 by the UN Human Rights Council that called for the creation of a database of all companies doing business with the Israeli settlements, which the United Nations considers illegal under worldwide law.
  • Community Easter egg hunts slated March 31

    Community Easter egg hunts slated March 31

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    The egg hunt is separated by age groups; 0-2, 3-4, 5-7. "All the work that they put into this was awesome". Some came with a simple plastic bag, many had plastic pails, some carried elaborately decorated baskets. "The joy on their faces was something that was overwhelming". The Easter Bunny also paid a visit to the church. The Downtown Wilkes-Barre Business Association held an egg hunt on Public Square in the morning.
  • Turkey claims full control of Afrin

    Turkey claims full control of Afrin

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    Turkey launched a ground and air offensive on January 20 codenamed Olive Branch to oust the main Syrian Kurdish militia known as the People's Protection Units, or YPG, from Afrin. Abdul-Rahman Mohammed, a civilian, said the YPG mistreated locals who did not cooperate with them. Talking to reporters in Afrin, Turkish Red Crescent head Kerem Kinik said: "I can say that mobilization has been initiated in the region by the Turkish Red Crescent in coordination with other nongovernmental ...
  • Hundreds rally downtown to end gun violence

    Hundreds rally downtown to end gun violence

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    Emma Gonzalez, a survivor of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School , stands silently at the podium for the amount of time it took the Parkland shooter to go on his killing spree. "Our students leave school and are forced to consider how they are going to survive the walk home", said Nigel Jackson, a social worker at National Collegiate Preparatory, which is in a high-crime and low-income neighbourhood in Washington.
  • Indiana students join nationwide anti-gun violence marches

    Indiana students join nationwide anti-gun violence marches

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    She said her friends and classmates would never do the mundane things they did before the shooting, or would never realize their dreams. "I feel like it's just so stupid that people value their guns over students' lives", said Rebekah Ferro, a Cleveland State student who attended the rally.