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Two people were killed and 20 others injured, some severely, in the crash Saturday, and the driver shot himself to death in the van shortly afterward. Police had said they are investigating witness reports of people fleeing out of the van after the attack. "This cowardly and brutal crime has greatly affected us all", Seehofer said.
  • Mexican Senate Blasts Trump Over Border Plans

    Mexican Senate Blasts Trump Over Border Plans

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    Leaders of the organization behind the caravan , People Without Borders, said the procession of people would end in Mexico City rather than attempt to reach the border. "Why not yesterday and tomorrow?" Mr. Trump this week harshly criticized Mexican officials after a caravan of perhaps 1,500 illegal immigrants jumped Mexico's southern border and began a journey to the US, where some planned to sneak in, and others planned to demand asylum.
  • Germany To Conditionally Release Puigdemont, Court Says

    Germany To Conditionally Release Puigdemont, Court Says

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    Puigdemont was convicted in multiple cases of corruption, conducting an unsanctioned independence referendum and to rebel against the rebellious against the ruling government. Spain has accused the Catalan separatist of rebellion and corruption after he organised an unsanctioned independence referendum. Spain's Constitutional Court established past year that Catalonia's referendum and subsequent declaration of independence were unconstitutional.
  • Earthquake Hits Off Channel Islands; Shaking Felt in Los Angeles, Across SoCal

    Earthquake Hits Off Channel Islands; Shaking Felt in Los Angeles, Across SoCal

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    VIDEO: Seismologists discuss 5.3-magnitude quake The quake was approximately 9 miles deep, which is relatively deep for a California natural disaster, Caltech seismologist Dr. The Associated Press reported the Los Angeles Fire Department went into "earthquake mode" and firefighters from all 106 of its firehouses began surveys of their territories, including bridges, dams, large buildings and power lines.
  • Consumer tech gets reprieve as US, China spar over tariffs

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    But the impending trade war between the Trump administration and China has been building up for nearly a year. Neither the United States nor the Chinese tariffs will take effect immediately. The president also protested , "When you're already $500 Billion DOWN, you can't lose!" - a reference to what Trump believes the country's trade and goods deficit with China was in 2017.
  • Trump sues California over sales of U.S. lands

    Trump sues California over sales of U.S. lands

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    The U.S. government says California's law, which took effect January 1, is delaying land sales - even for projects that have been in the works for years - and is depressing their value. The plaintiffs, led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, saw an ulterior motive. Monday's legal salvos were the latest in a series of showdowns over numerous USA initiatives, particularly on immigration and the environment, that clash with California's more liberal policies.
  • Judge rips Manafort's lawsuit to rein in Mueller

    Judge rips Manafort's lawsuit to rein in Mueller

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    A federal judge on Wednesday appeared reluctant to rein in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, a probe that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has challenged as overbroad for veering into his overseas lobbying business.
  • Former Catalan leader says from jail: 'We are not criminals'

    Former Catalan leader says from jail: 'We are not criminals'

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    Spain is seeking the former president's extradition under charges of misuse of public funds in relation to Catalonia's independence declaration , as well as " rebellion " in organising a referendum, which Madrid has deemed illegal. But it maintains that if there was any violence before or on October 1, the day when an independence referendum was held in Catalonia despite a court ban, it was "isolated" and did not justify the rebellion offence.
  • Stateville prison guard threatens man by posing as officer

    Stateville prison guard threatens man by posing as officer

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    The daughter of a man accused of gunning down a Pikeville Police officer is accused of assaulting a State Trooper. The man arrived at his home in Joliet, but when he pulled up to the driveway, Vazquez allegedly pulled up right behind him, stepped out of his auto and brandished a firearm, Roechner said.
  • Tag: Gender Pay Gap

    Tag: Gender Pay Gap

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    Some journalists at the site were said to be "disappointed" they were choosing not to make their figures public. Over this period, 88% of female employees received a bonus payment compared to 92% of male employees. The mean gap is slightly slimmer with women earning 4.1% more than men. MP Rehman Chishti, who serves as the Conservatives' vice chair, told BBC Radio that the party has a median pay gap of 12.9 per cent in favour of women.
  • Henderson: Salah just like Suarez for Liverpool players

    Henderson: Salah just like Suarez for Liverpool players

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    Salah is the Premier League's top scorer with 29 goals, that's one greater than the combined tally of regular Blues attacking trio Alvaro Morata, Eden Hazard and Willian. "They punish your mistakes because they are so fast, so direct". Press reports claimed on Monday that Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah has listed three conditions as requirements for a move to Real Madrid in the summer.
  • Trump warns of consequences for 'big caravan' of immigrants

    Trump warns of consequences for 'big caravan' of immigrants

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    Local officials have offered lodging in town squares and empty warehouses or arranged transport for the migrants, participants in a journey organised by the immigrant advocacy group Pueblo Sin Fronteras. Immigration officials were registering the travelers, and providing suggestions that some could get humanitarian visas, while others would have to exit Mexico, The Washington Post reported .
  • United Nations seeks $2.96bn humanitarian aid for Yemen

    United Nations seeks $2.96bn humanitarian aid for Yemen

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    The United Nations asked donors on Tuesday for almost $3 billion to help an estimated 13 million people who urgently need aid in war-ravaged Yemen. Since the beginning of Yemen's conflict in September 2014, more than 22 million people, three-quarters of the population, have been in dire need of humanitarian aid, placing Yemen in a catastrophic situation.
  • Jeremy Corbyn defends attendance at Jewdas event

    Jeremy Corbyn defends attendance at Jewdas event

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    Mr Lansman replied: "I think we all should". "We have to take that seriously, and we have to take every allegation of anti-Semitism seriously even if sometimes people opportunistically seize upon anti-Semitism as an issue to undermine Jeremy, it doesn't matter if that's the reason, we've still got to take the allegation seriously".
  • Experts unable to identify source of nerve agent used in Skripal attack

    Experts unable to identify source of nerve agent used in Skripal attack

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    Aitkenhead then hinted towards the involvement of a state actor in the manufacturing of the nerve agent, while pointing out at the sophisticated methods deployed in the manufacturing of the poisonous agent. Putin said, given the lack of precise information about the agent's origin, "the speed at which the anti-Russian campaign has been launched causes bewilderment".