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Dead Men's Phones Tell No Tales This Time

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After his body was released from state custody, Phillip's body was sent to Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home in Clearwater. They head over to the funeral home and grab his cold dead hand and mash away with it . An unlocked iPhone was found on his person - but in the hours after his death as police sought access to his phone, the iPhone went to sleep, and when it reopened, it required a passcode. Read More »

Declan Rice Error Leads To Sharp Criticism From Manager David Moyes

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Nacho Monreal volleyed home the opener before Manuel Lanzini teed up Marko Arnautovic to smash home an equaliser for the visitors. Now, West Ham boss Moyes has praised Hart despite the 4-1 defeat on Sunday, suggesting he made two "excellent" saves, praising him after a "difficult week" following his mistake against Stoke City. Read More »

Iranian General Warns: Israeli Air Bases 'Within Reach'

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Israel sees Iran, which has vowed to destroy the Jewish state, as its central enemy in the region. "It encircles the whole Middle East which it wants to conquer, it fires rockets into Riyadh and Saudi Arabia, it is occupying Lebanon effectively, it's trying to inflame Gaza again, it is in Iraq, and it is trying to establish a military base in Syria, which all peace loving nations should resist, speak out against Iran", he urged. Read More »

Shah hits out at 'dynasty'

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Accusing Modi of turning a blind eye towards the issues that have troubled the nation, he challenged Modi to face him for a 15-minute debate in Parliament. He also alleged that Congress was out to "demonise and weaken every institution" that seeks to maintain its identity and does not "kowtow to the dynasty". Read More »

BJP finalises 72 candidates for Karnataka polls

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The list of ruling Congress candidates for the 12 May Assembly polls in Karnataka may be released on 12 April, a party functionary said. "I am told that a list of Congress candidates for Karnataka election is under circulation". The 72 names include that of Yeddyurappa, S.R.Bommai, Umesh Katti, B.Sriramalu and Govind Karjol among others. The AICC has not approved the list of candidates yet. Read More »

Swaraj accords hands with Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan

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Primary Minister Narendra Modi and Also Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet in China next week to improve Spiritual relations, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and Also Her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi confirmed today. The Chinese Foreign Minister was delivering a joint statement with Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj who visited China earlier in the day. "The summit will go a long way towards deepening the mutual trust between the two great neighbours". Read More »

Kabul voter registration centre blast: 57 dead

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Afghan police say numerous people killed were waiting in line outside the center, attempting to receive national identification cards in order to vote. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the killing. They were lining up to register for legislative elections which are due to take place in October. Read More »

Trump Assails Democratic Opposition to Pompeo Nomination

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The secretary of State-designate's nomination is unlikely to be favorably recommended out of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Monday night because no Democrat on the 11-10 panel supports his nomination, and neither does Sen. Sen. Heitkamp's support would clinch 50 votes, and with the support of Vice President Mike Pence, Pompeo can be confirmed. Unlike his fired predecessor, Mr Rex Tillerson , Mr Pompeo can be expected to convey the President's messages to the world, and he may ... Read More »

Sunny Skies on Friday

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Breezy with scattered showers and sunny spells Wednesday . West/northwest winds 0 to 5 miles per hour. The next system will arrive Sunday night and bring rain and snow through Monday . Northeast wind of 5 to 10 miles per hour. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 43. Sunday, April 22: High: 48. Boaters will have early morning winds out of the East and then shift around to the SW later in the day. Read More »

Iraqi planes cross into Syria, bomb IS

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Previously, the Iraqi air force carried out such preemptive airstrikes against IS militants inside Syria with Iraqi F-16 fighter jets. Both governments have been fighting the hardline group, which declared a caliphate on both their territories in 2014 before it was forced back by an worldwide offensive. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth Is Celebrating Her 92nd Birthday with a Star-Studded Concert

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Well, it actually dates back to 1748 and the reign of George II and, as you might expect given that this is Britain we're taking about, it has a lot to do with the weather. While there, RAF planes perform an aerial display above the palace grounds. The Queen also has an official birthday in June each year, celebrated with the traditional Trooping the Colour, a spectacular military parade. Read More »

1 injured, suspect in custody in Florida school shooting

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A 19-year-old former student is suspected of opening fire at a high school in Florida. The shooting took place on a day planned for a national classroom walkout to protest gun violence . Woods said the shooting appeared to be intentional, but it's unclear whether the suspect was targeting anyone in particular. As Bouche was escorted out of the Marion County Sheriff's Office Operations Center, he was hounded by questions from reporters. Read More »

Schumer backs effort to decriminalize marijuana

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Asked if he would be willing to try marijuana, Schumer, 67, said: "Maybe, I'm a little old, but who knows?" Under the measure, the federal government would still enforce laws against moving cannabis into states where it's illegal and would still regulate advertising so it isn't aimed at children. Read More »

Four Palestinians killed after Israeli army opens fire on Gaza border

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Earlier Friday, Israeli military aircraft had dropped leaflets urging Palestinians to stay away from the fence and warning that they endanger their lives if they follow directives of Gaza's Hamas rulers, who have taken the lead in organizing the protests.Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth reported that Israeli army planes had dropped flyers over the Gaza Strip warning would-be protesters to refrain from approaching or attempting to damage the border fence, according to Anadolu Agency (AA). Read More »

Thanks to Tammy Duckworth, the Senate Just Made a Historic Change

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But with a record 23 women serving in the Senate, it makes sense to allow women with new babies, particularly those who may be breastfeeding, to have their infants with them in the event they need to cast an important vote. Senate rules committee chairman Roy Blunt said being a parent was a difficult job and Senate rules shouldn't make it any harder. Plus, he says, Duckworth's argument has another impressive edge: "Mothers are more persuasive than men". Read More »

Jewish Teen Belt-Whipped, Abused on Berlin Street by Muslim Attacker

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He said he filmed the attack on him and a second man as evidence "for the police and for the German people and even the world to see how awful it is these days as a Jew to go through Berlin streets". The men were wearing the traditional Jewish head covering called a "kipa", the victim told the Israeli media Wednesday. A number of high-profile incidents in recent months have raised alarm bells about a possible resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany from both the far-right and a large influx ... Read More »

Where's the Coverage? Iranian Drone Shot Down by Israel Was Armed

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly said Israel can not accept Iran entrenching itself militarily in neighbouring Syria , where Tehran is supporting President Bashar al-Assad's regime. Yossi Kuperwasser, former director-general of Israel's Ministry of Strategic Affairs, said that conflict between the two countries is not necessarily inevitable. Read More »

India Supreme Court rejects calls for probe

Deploring the role played by Bhushan in the case, justice DY Chandrachud, who authored the judgment on behalf of the three-judge bench, said , "Prashant Bhushan adopted a dual mantle and went to the length of personally collecting evidence to bolster the case". Read More »

Power restored to 70 percent of Puerto Rico customers after total blackout

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By late in the afternoon, power had returned to several hospitals and at least five of the island's 78 municipalities. Rosselló is pushing a bill to privatize the power system. Antonio Morales, a 93-year-old World War II veteran, rests in a single-story concrete home with no running water, in Corozal, Puerto Rico, March 13, 2018. Read More »