• Masters Bus Crash Injures at Least a Dozen on Interstate 20
Masters Bus Crash Injures at Least a Dozen on Interstate 20

Even a Georgia state trooper maintains passengers drifting a constitution bus into this Experts golf championship told investigators the motorist swerved off the roadway two until he swerved a 3rd period also resulted in the bus to overturn, injuring 15 persons.

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  • New Zealand claim first medal at Games
New Zealand claim first medal at Games

It was one of three gold medals for Australia at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane on the opening night of track cycling competition. Gold Coast: Indian cyclists Deborah Deborah and Aleena Reji advanced to the quarter-finals in the women's sprint qualifying at the Commonwealth Games 2018, in Australia's Gold Coast on Friday.

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  • DHSK celebrates World Health Day
DHSK celebrates World Health Day

Olawepo said the call became imperative since the National Health Insurance Scheme was not presently covering greater percentage of Nigerians particularly those in the private sector. What we need to do is to ensure that the resources are channeled in a way that will bring equitable access to essential services. Uganda is slowly but surely moving...

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  • How a Trade War Could Impact Employment in the US
How a Trade War Could Impact Employment in the US

The Dow Jones industrial average lost 572 points by the close, shedding 2.3 percent. U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday the United States has already lost any trade war , as he defended his proposed tariffs against Chinese goods, saying the move might cause "a little pain" but the United States will be better off in the long run.

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  • Syrian truce collapses; offensive on rebel areas outside Damascus kills dozens
Syrian truce collapses; offensive on rebel areas outside Damascus kills dozens

The attack killed at least 32 people and wounded dozens more, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group.Residents said the strikes had targeted civilian areas and left body parts strewn through the streets."Medical and emergency points are crowded with the wounded".

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  • Commonwealth Games: Kenyan swimmers in deep waters, lifters weighed down
Commonwealth Games: Kenyan swimmers in deep waters, lifters weighed down

Lukose lifted 282kgs (127kg snatch, 155kg clean-and-jerk) to finish 10th in the competition won by India's Satish Kumar Sivalingam (317kg) with silver going to England's Jack Oliver (312kg) and Australia's Francois Etoundi (305) settling for bronze.

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  • National Guard troops begin deploying to border security mission
National Guard troops begin deploying to border security mission

Congress must change these Obama era, and other, laws NOW! In 2010, the Democratic governor of New Mexico at the time, Bill Richardson, ordered a few dozen troops to his state's border with Mexico after the killing of an Arizona rancher.

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  • Dwayne The Rock Johnson will never play borderline psychopath
Dwayne The Rock Johnson will never play borderline psychopath

She's really good", Dwayne said . "Half the days I'm like 'Well, we've never done this before, let's see how this goes, ' but it was a lot of fun ultimately". Like Johnson, Manganiello said he was an avid fan of the video game growing up, while Morgan joked, "I missed out on the video game, I don't know what happened there.

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  • Brazil's Lula in talks to surrender to federal police
Brazil's Lula in talks to surrender to federal police

Last year, Moro convicted da Silva of trading favors with a construction company in exchange for the promise of a beachfront apartment. Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday rejected Lula's plea to remain free until he exhausts all his appeals, in a case he calls a political witch hunt.

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  • Mexican President Blasts Trump's Rhetoric About Southern Border
Mexican President Blasts Trump's Rhetoric About Southern Border

The information gathered is immediately forwarded to DHS and other US law enforcement and intelligence databases, alerting American officials if an individual in Mexican custody is a convicted criminal or in a category known as "Special Interest Aliens", which includes potential extremists, according to current and former USA officials who describe...

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  • Police Shoot and Kill Unarmed Black Man, Saheed Vassell, In Crown Heights
Police Shoot and Kill Unarmed Black Man, Saheed Vassell, In Crown Heights

According to the New York Daily News , Vassell was waving a metal object at people walking by when cops responded to three 911 calls for a man waving a silver gun at people. The New York Times also reports that interviewed neighbors said that Vassell was well known by his community and by the police, and that the NYPD should have known be...

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  • Trump hails Mexico's 'strong immigration laws' for stopping migrant caravan
Trump hails Mexico's 'strong immigration laws' for stopping migrant caravan

We're only going to work in the best interest of the Mexicans". Trump's tweets criticizing the caravan have showered it in far more publicity than organizers expected. -Mexico border. Trump claimed on Thursday, without providing details, that women in the caravan had been raped "at levels that nobody has ever seen before".

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  • German court says Carles Puigdemont can be released on bail
German court says Carles Puigdemont can be released on bail

He was arrested in the north German region last month, after Spain issued a European arrest warrant. "The court must now decide if extradition for embezzlement is a possibility", said spokeswoman Frauke Holmer. But neither the Spanish government nor the country's Supreme Court would confirm that this meant the ex-Catalan leader could not now fa...

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  • Prince Charles to be targeted by Australian protestors at 'Stolenwealth Games'
Prince Charles to be targeted by Australian protestors at 'Stolenwealth Games'

Charles read the monarch's message to launch the tournament at the Carrera Stadium on Australia's Gold Coast on Wednesday. Mr Keating, who was prime minister of Australia from 1991-1996, has long supported a republic. "But, given she's going to be taking a significant position in Australian life, if I was a monarchist I'd feel a little let down"....

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  • Nerve agent attack: Boris Johnson accuses Jeremy Corbyn of 'playing Russia's game'
Nerve agent attack: Boris Johnson accuses Jeremy Corbyn of 'playing Russia's game'

Depite that, Gary Aitkenhead , chief executive of the Porton Down defence laboratory told Britain's Sky News this week that analysts had identified it as military-grade Novichok, but they had not proved it was made in Russian Federation.

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  • Prince Philip Is Admitted to Hospital for Planned Surgery on His Hip
Prince Philip Is Admitted to Hospital for Planned Surgery on His Hip

Philip, 96, had previously missed the Maundy service at St. George's Chapel on Thursday, March 29 as well as Easter services at Windsor Castle on Sunday, April 1. The palace later said that he was progressing satisfactorily after the surgery, but had to remain in the hospital for approximately two weeks. Philip's last reported stay came in 2012 a...

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  • Armed men shoot dead four members of Christian family in Quetta
Armed men shoot dead four members of Christian family in Quetta

Followed by the heinous act, Islamic State by means of press statement released on Tuesday publicized that a " covert unit " of ISIS militants "managed to target a number of the combatant Christians". The attack came a day after Pakistani Christians, a mere two per cent of the country's population, had celebrated Easter Sunday. "Pervaiz Masih h...

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  • France set for massive railway strike against President Macron's reforms
France set for massive railway strike against President Macron's reforms

Unions have called for the "strongest possible" strike to protest proposed reforms that they believe would lead to the privatization of the railways, and to call for higher wages and an end to precarious jobs. "The railway workers are not doing this for the fun of it", said Philippe Martinez, head of the hard line CGT union, the biggest among rai...

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  • Netanyahu Officially Cancels African Migrants Deal
Netanyahu Officially Cancels African Migrants Deal

Netanyahu is set to meet with Israeli residents of areas with large migrant populations. Rwanda's minister of state for foreign affairs, Olivier Nduhungirehe, says no deal was ever signed with Israel, adding that "we have a general open policy on the refugees but our condition is that those migrants must be willing to come to Rwanda without any...

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  • Taiwan's manufacturing sector made steady gains in March
Taiwan's manufacturing sector made steady gains in March

A reading above 50 indicates growth while below 50 points toward contraction. "However, the biggest disappointment was the softening of new orders to a nine-month low followed by a feeble rise in job creation as the most discouraging result this year".

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  • Shutdown being observed in Indian held Kashmir against killing of 17 youth
Shutdown being observed in Indian held Kashmir against killing of 17 youth

Another four Kashmiris were killed and scores of others injured when police opened fire on thousands of demonstrators who poured onto the streets, throwing stones and chanting slogans against Indian occupation . Abbasi, according to Geo News, said: "Indian attempts to label the legitimate Kashmir struggle as terrorism can not deter the valiant peo...

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  • Warm Weather with the Potential Storms Tonight
Warm Weather with the Potential Storms Tonight

Late afternoon into evening: The second round of thunderstorms will make its way through the Tri-State. We will not see a widespread severe weather threat like what Cincinnati, Nashville, Louisville, or even Charleston is seeing today (April 3, 2018).

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  • Egypt election: Sisi secures second term on reduced turnout
Egypt election: Sisi secures second term on reduced turnout

The turnout stood at 24,254,152 voters, representing 41 percent of 50,078,138 registered voters. In the 2014 vote, 23.4 million people voted for Sisi, invalid votes accounted for one million ballots, and Sabahy won 740,000 votes. Hundreds of supporters took to the streets in Cairo and other cities, waving the Egyptian flag and singing patriotic...

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  • Israel deal for African migrants suspended: Netanyahu
Israel deal for African migrants suspended: Netanyahu

Israeli authorities estimate that about 27,000 people from Eritrea, some 7,500 Sudanese nationals and about 2,500 people from other African states are now residing in Israel, with many of them having no relevant permission. Some critics in the country and among the Jewish community overseas - including former ambassadors and Holocaust survivors - s...

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  • Russian Federation says rebels are leaving Syria's Douma
Russian Federation says rebels are leaving Syria's Douma

A total of 1,146 rebels and their families evacuated the Douma district in the capital Damascus' Eastern Ghouta countryside on Sunday evening, state news agency SANA reported. It was the first organized evacuation of fighters from Douma, which has held out against government forces through 7 years of war. Around 24,725 militants and their families ...

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