• Tyronn Lue Returning to Cavaliers Friday But Will Not Coach Against Pelicans

    Tyronn Lue Returning to Cavaliers Friday But Will Not Coach Against Pelicans

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    LeBron James said it was "absolutely" encouraging to hear Lue's plans to observe the team and revealed he had been in contact with his coach during the Cavs' recent road trip. It will depend on how he responds after he participated in shootaround Friday morning. "But it was good to see that he's moving in the right direction and it looks like he'll be back to join us hopefully real soon".
  • Sessions names prosecutor investigating claims of FBI misconduct

    Sessions names prosecutor investigating claims of FBI misconduct

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    But Mr Sessions, in a letter to three congressional Republicans , said the allegations did not warrant the appointment of a special counsel, noting that the matter was already being investigated. Democrats say the allegations are an effort to distract from and undermine the separate work of special counsel Robert Mueller as his team's Russian Federation investigation intensifies.
  • Sisi heads for landslide win with low turnout

    Sisi heads for landslide win with low turnout

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    Egypt's election commission said the vote would be free and fair, and Sisi said he wished more candidates had run. Mousa had previously endorsed Sisi for a second term, and his official Ghad part had backed Sisi's presidential bid just 10 days before he announced his candidacy.
  • Germany sells arms to Turkey despite Afrin offensive, German broadcaster reports

    Germany sells arms to Turkey despite Afrin offensive, German broadcaster reports

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    The sources initially said five soldiers were killed.It was not clear when the attack occurred. On Thursday, an SDF delegation including Kurdish officials visited the Elysee Palace in Paris. Erdogan, however, insists Turkey won't hesitate to attack the city, even if it means a military confrontation with the US. Turkey's National Security Council, chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a statement on Wednesday, threatened that Ankara "will take action" if the YPG fighters do ...
  • Church members depict crucifixion for Good Friday

    Church members depict crucifixion for Good Friday

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    Migwe Kimemia of American Friends Service Committee said: "This is a pilgrimage for me to come downtown to remind people that the oppressed need their attention". Actors - mostly teenage members of the church - portrayed Roman soldiers bringing Jesus before Pontias Pilate, the Roman governor who reluctantly allowed him to be executed.
  • Single victor scoops $521m Mega Millions lottery jackpot

    Single victor scoops $521m Mega Millions lottery jackpot

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    The jackpot is the fourth largest in the history of the game , which has been played since 2002. Two other tickets, sold in OH and Texas, matched all the white balls to win $1 million each, NJ.com reported. In the next drawing, on Tuesday, the jackpot will reset to $40 million, or $24 million in cash. It's the 10th-largest lottery jackpot in the country.
  • Dry in Denver to start; rain and snow return Wednesday PM

    Dry in Denver to start; rain and snow return Wednesday PM

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    The warning lasts from 12.15am until 11.45pm on April 2 with the possibility of heavy snow covering the county. Expect mostly rain south and mostly snow north along the ND border. "The south will be very wet during the early hours of Monday, then as this air moves over the colder air the precipitation will change to snow". The risk for thunderstorms into Thursday afternoon and evening.
  • APC used looted funds to win 2015 elections - PDP chief says

    APC used looted funds to win 2015 elections - PDP chief says

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    PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, in a statement yesterday said there is no evidence that the party looted any public fund, noting that the APC and Buhari campaigned for the 2015 presidential election with looted billions of naira meant for the provision of essential amenities for ordinary Nigerians.
  • Vehicle driven at soldiers in French Alps

    Vehicle driven at soldiers in French Alps

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    The driver, whose motives were unknown, then sped off. It was not immediately clear what has been the reason behind the incident, which took place near a military barrack just days after the terrorist attack in southern France . In total, Lakdim killed four people, including a police officer who swapped himself for a hostage. The gendarme was killed by the Moroccan-born assailant.
  • Convicted killer in 'Serial' case gets new trial

    Convicted killer in 'Serial' case gets new trial

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    The state appealed a lower court judge's ruling previous year that vacated Syed's conviction and ordered a new trial. It's unclear if the state will choose to do so. In the meantime, Syed's current attorney, Justin Brown, has celebrated the decision, tweeting in all-caps: "WE WON THE APPEAL". Thursday's decision is a result of a 2016 ruling in which a judge vacated Syed's 2000 conviction.
  • Easter egg hunts and more!

    Easter egg hunts and more!

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    It didn't work well. "We have "repeat offenders" who sign up for this every year". This weekend, masses of children will scour lawns, parks and church gardens for colorful, goodie-filled eggs, courtesy of the Easter Bunny. tomorrow, March 29 at the library, 230 E. Chestnut in Exeter in the northeast corner of City Park. Organizers are canceling an annual community Easter egg hunt due to traffic snarls and negative feedback.
  • Koreas fix date and place for historic summit

    Koreas fix date and place for historic summit

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    In his recent visit to China , Kim reportedly stated North Korea's commitment to denuclearization was the country's "consistent stand", but in fact Pyongyang has always been paying lip-service to the idea of getting rid of nuclear weapons, just to blame the USA and its joint military drills with South Korea for its need to have a "nuclear deterrent".
  • Israel's El Al appeals against Air India flights over Saudi

    Israel's El Al appeals against Air India flights over Saudi

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    In his budget speech for 2018-19, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said: "The government has also initiated the process of strategic disinvestment in 24 central public sector enterprises". Though EY highlights the fact that, "37.6% of the permanent employees or almost 4,200 permanent employees will retire in the next five years", the sheer scale of integrating such a large workforce under new management is unlikely to go amiss by any potential buyer .
  • Australian govt says not planning to boycott World Cup

    Australian govt says not planning to boycott World Cup

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    What's more likely is that the Australian government joins the United Kingdom in a "state boycott" of the event, where no political leaders travel to Russian Federation. " Football Federation Australia respects the Australian government's responsibility to make decisions about diplomatic and worldwide relations", an FFA spokesperson said.
  • Orange County joins DoJ lawsuit against California's 'sanctuary' law

    Orange County joins DoJ lawsuit against California's 'sanctuary' law

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    Constitution. Steel's introduction of the resolution prompted Supervisor Shawn Nelson to propose joining Sessions' lawsuit. In Orange County, the small city of Los Alamitos recently approved an ordinance to exempt itself from the state's sanctuary law while leaders in the county seat of Santa Ana _ a self-declared immigrant sanctuary _ will consider filing an amicus brief to support California in federal court.