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Graham, who had been in ill health for a number of years, was regularly listed in polls as one of the "Ten Most Admired Men in the World". "We rejoice because his suffering is over and he is in God's presence". Graham met the Queen several times, including in 1984 when he preached at Sandringham Parish Church. Participating in a 1989 crusade in Little Rock was Ken Hatfield, who was the Razorbacks football coach at the time.
  • Trudeaus offer prayers at Golden Temple, perform sewa

    Trudeaus offer prayers at Golden Temple, perform sewa

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    The visit has been overshadowed by non-business-related news such as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi not greeting Trudeau upon his arrival and accusations of Canadian sympathizing with Sikh separatism and the Khalistan region. He snubbed Sajjan when the minister visited India in April, calling him and the other three Sikh ministers in Trudeau's cabinet "Khalistani sympathizers".
  • Russian Federation urges US not to play with fire in Syria

    Russian Federation urges US not to play with fire in Syria

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    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has voiced concern that USA actions in Syria are aimed at partitioning Syria and accused Washington of using the Kurds to undermine the Arab Republic's territorial integrity. The coalition claimed that it carried out airstrikes against "Syrian pro-regime forces" that launched an "unprovoked attack" on Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces' headquarters and killed an estimated 100 militia.
  • Trump On Sexual Assault Accuser: 'Never Happened'

    Trump On Sexual Assault Accuser: 'Never Happened'

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    She is one of 19 woman to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct they say occurred over a span of decades. Crooks called Trump's bluff Tuesday after the president claimed in a series of tweets that he doesn't know Crooks and had never met her - referring to the existence of video footage as proof that Crooks is lying.
  • Louisville's Appeal Denied, Forced To Vacate 2013 National Championship

    Louisville's Appeal Denied, Forced To Vacate 2013 National Championship

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    Postel and interim athletics director Vince Tyra pushed back against the ruling in a noon news conference. The athletes knew their behavior violated the rules, or should have known, making them ineligible for the competition. "It is important to note that a precedent for such a case does not exist, and the NCAA infractions committee has wide discretion as it determines penalties".
  • Venezuela launches its oil-backed crypto-currency, the petro

    Venezuela launches its oil-backed crypto-currency, the petro

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    It is time to implement this (call) and engage in dialogue instead of aggression. Dialogue in Caracas or Washington DC? "Time and place, and I will be there", Maduro posted on Twitter, Sputnik reported. Furthermore, should President Maduro lose the election in April, "then petros would probably be made illegitimate", he added. The Maduro regime has refused to heed this call.
  • Netanyahu's Associates Named In Telecom Corruption Probe

    Netanyahu's Associates Named In Telecom Corruption Probe

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    Earlier in the day, a court remanded Hefetz in custody until Thursday. The development marks the latest scandal to engulf the beleaguered Israeli leader's inner circle. According to the police, Netanyahu and his family received goods, including jewelry, cigars, and Champaign, worth about one million shekels (282,800 dollars) from Israeli businessman and Hollywood tycoon Arnon Milchan and Australian businessman James Packer.
  • Palestinian Authority President No Longer Wants US To Lead Peace Efforts

    Palestinian Authority President No Longer Wants US To Lead Peace Efforts

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    Mr Abbas told the Security Council that "to solve the Palestine question.it is essential to establish a multilateral global mechanism". Since the declaration, Palestinians have boycotted meeting with any American officials to engage in peace talks, believing that the United States can no longer serve as an impartial negotiating partner.
  • Cyclone Gita slams New Zealand

    Cyclone Gita slams New Zealand

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    Staff have sent out video of the snow drifting down, saying 15cm fell on Tuesday night as the storm lashed central regions, bringing heavy rain to much of the South Island. 'My message still to people is please look out for your local warnings and expect disruption to travel and please just be careful, ' she told reporters at parliament.
  • President Trump endorses Mitt Romney's US Senate bid

    President Trump endorses Mitt Romney's US Senate bid

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    Romney says the memo "was a complete surprise", but he decided that he can fight for Utah more than the average junior senator could and feels that the country needs people of "sober judgment" in Washington . Orrin Hatch's almost 40 years of experience, connections, seniority and influence in Washington , D.C. Hatch's retirement creates a new opportunity for Utah voters, and aspiring politicians, to demonstrate just exactly what message they will send to the federal government about the ...
  • Merkel chooses close ally for key party role in signal on succession

    Merkel chooses close ally for key party role in signal on succession

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    The surprise reshuffle comes after Tauber said at the weekend he was stepping down for health reasons, and with Merkel struggling to form a new government after a tricky general election last September. The former CDU Secretary General Peter Tauber, in his farewell statement, expressed hope that Union would become "younger, more female and more diverse", making it clear that his successor is going to be female.
  • Viral video shows gun owner sawing AR-15 rifle in half

    Viral video shows gun owner sawing AR-15 rifle in half

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    NY resident Scott Pappalardo posted the video to his Facebook page Saturday. "Now, people have always said, 'There's so many of them out there.' Well, now there's one less", Pappalardo said. Before making the dramatic gesture , he said: 'I've decided today, I'm going to make sure this weapon will never be able to take a life. "I remember after Sandy Hook happened, I said to my wife, 'I'd gladly give this gun up if it would save the life of just one child, '" Pappalardo said.
  • Virgin Signs Agreement to Build Mumbai-Pune Hyperloop

    Virgin Signs Agreement to Build Mumbai-Pune Hyperloop

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    The deal that could propel Maharashtra to great heights was signed by Virgin Group Founder, Richard Branson in the presence of both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis during the "Magnetic Maharashtra" investment summit on Sunday.
  • Survey ranks United States presidents from greatest to worst

    Survey ranks United States presidents from greatest to worst

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    Trump makes his ranking debut at the bottom of the list", the survey states. The celebration of Washington's Birthday, also known as Presidents' Day , took place in the United States on Monday. Those presidents' ranks remained unchanged from 2014. His Oval Office predecessor, Barack Obama , shot into the top 10, up from 18th in the previous survey .
  • Cyber Space: SpaceX Plans Launch Of Satellite Internet Protoype

    Cyber Space: SpaceX Plans Launch Of Satellite Internet Protoype

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    Besides the experimental Starlink satellites, its main cargo will be the Spanish Paz satellite . In this case, a short statement from Spain's Ministry of Defence simply referred to "technical reasons" for the launch and did not give any indication of when the satellite would be sent into space .
  • Israeli tanks, warplanes target besieged Gaza Strip following a bomb explosion

    Israeli tanks, warplanes target besieged Gaza Strip following a bomb explosion

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    During the visit, Egypt demanded that Hamas take additional steps to ensure that cooperation ends between the jihadists in Sinai and their supporters in Gaza, the Hamas source said. The IDF said it was investigating whether missiles has been fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel and if any had caused damage or injuries, or if they were false signals.
  • Winter storm on the way for the Northeast

    Winter storm on the way for the Northeast

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    The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency said snow will begin spreading over the state between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday and will last until 5 a.m.to 7 a.m. Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 43. There is a 70 percent chance for snow with about two inches possible. You'll want to pay close attention to the forecast for the weekend.
  • Killed, 28 Wounded In Multiple Bomb Blast In Borno

    Killed, 28 Wounded In Multiple Bomb Blast In Borno

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    A source had told newsmen that no fewer than 22 persons were killed and 28 others injured in the suicide bombing. Boko Haram rebels were the chief suspects in the latest attack. But suicide attacks and raids persist, with civilians in hard-to-reach rural areas and outlying towns at risk. The bombers, all believed to be female, left another 22 people wounded at a fish market Konduga, just outside the state capital, Maiduguri.
  • Ethiopia Declares State of Emergency, Martial law

    Ethiopia Declares State of Emergency, Martial law

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    The television presenter said after reading a formal statement by the government that "at the end of a cabinet meeting today, the state of emergency has been declared from now". Befekadu Hailu, a prominent blogger who has been jailed for his writings, urged Ethiopia's government to "carry out genuine reforms, negotiate with legitimate opposition groups and prepare the country for a free and fair election" to solve the unrest.
  • Turkey: German Journalist Accused of 'Propaganda' to Be Freed

    Turkey: German Journalist Accused of 'Propaganda' to Be Freed

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    Deniz Yucel (right), a Turkish-German reporter, leaves an Istanbul jail after being released. A Reuters photographer saw his plane taxiing after landing at Berlin's Tegel airport. Yucel was one of a number of German nationals imprisoned in Turkey past year as a diplomatic row between the two countries intensified. Ulf Poschardt, editor-in-chief of Die Welt, spoke of the delight among Yucel's colleagues.
  • Police say no active shooter at Highline College Friday morning

    Police say no active shooter at Highline College Friday morning

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    Remain in lockdown position. "Close doors, close windows". Buildings on campus are now being evacuated by police. The college is under lockdown amid reports of gunfire, and all classrooms have been closed until further notice, and police are responding to the crisis, according to KIRO7.
  • President Buhari congratulates South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa

    President Buhari congratulates South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa

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    Ramaphosa, 65, faces the hard task of rooting out corruption that flourished in both state enterprises and the private sector under Zuma, implicating figures in the ruling African National Congress party that he now leads. "He must arrest his own colleagues because they are corrupt", Julius Malema, head of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters, told eNCA media. Ramaphosa said he would be accountable to parliament and that he would introduce regular engagements with opposition parties ...
  • Barnaby Joyce Just Cracked It At The Prime Minister Called Him 'Inept'

    Barnaby Joyce Just Cracked It At The Prime Minister Called Him 'Inept'

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    Joyce warned that any pressure on the Nationals to dump him "locks people in as they lock-in behind the leader". He said that he didn't know about Mr Joyce's relationship with Ms Campion when he hired her. "The legal aspects of such situations are well-known and documented in Australian family law", she said. Questions have also been raised about the possible misuse of public funds relating to arrangements between Joyce and a businessman friend.
  • Mitt Romney announces he's running for Senate in Utah

    Mitt Romney announces he's running for Senate in Utah

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    Orrin Hatch , according to reports. With Romney's potential arrival in Washington comes notably real tension between him and the man now occupying the Oval Office: President Donald Trump . That's another thing Romney would like you to forget - that he's just as much to blame as anyone in the Republican party for the anti-immigrant message so central to Trump's administration.