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The autopsies show both Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis, both 17 , died from gunshot wounds to the head. Davis, wearing only shorts, was "possibly posed in a cross-like position" with his arms out. Before Henderson and Davis had their lives ripped away from them, they were getting ready to be high school seniors. Hazelwood has been held without bond at the Fulton County jail ever since his arrest.
  • Kurds say Syria jets bombed Kurdish positions

    Kurds say Syria jets bombed Kurdish positions

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    Russian Federation has told the United Nations it would support a 48-hour ceasefire in the Syrian city of Aleppo from early next week, but details have yet to be negotiated, a Western diplomat said on Thursday. Speaking in Geneva, he said convoys had not reached surrounded towns and cities in the past month, and that the task force would remain suspended until next week as a signal to world powers.
  • Trump Gives 'Law and Order' Speech in WI

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    And, he got out, announced the date, and just a very bad thing. "The main victims of these riots are law-abiding African-American citizens living in these neighborhoods", Trump said. Referring to the Milwaukee shooting, in which 23-year-old Sylville Smith was killed, Mr Trump told Fox News it may have occurred because the officer had a gun to his head.
  • Turkish prosecutors seek 2 life sentences for Gulen

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    Yildirim said, "Turkish justice will bring terrorist organisations to account for our martyrs". He referred to Monday's PKK auto bomb attack against a traffic police station in Turkey's southeastern province of Diyarbakir, which martyred one child and five police officers.
  • Tourist boat, speedboat collision in Greece leaves 3 dead

    Tourist boat, speedboat collision in Greece leaves 3 dead

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    One of the men killed in the collision is believed to have been the captain of the tourist boat. Greece's coast guard has rescued more than 300 people since August 8 on nine migrant boats that have ran into trouble in the Aegean Sea. The nationalities of the survivors were also not immediately clear. Aegina Mayor Dimitris Mourtzis has been quoted as saying others remain missing.
  • Trump to propose ideological tests for immigrants

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    But he did advocate a new ideological test for newcomers, backed by what he described as " extreme vetting ". I call it extreme, extreme vetting. Despite the somber tone and subject of the speech, supporters periodically interrupted the candidate with chants of "Trump" and "USA".
  • Amnesty row: CM has assured no arrests pending probe: Digvijay

    Amnesty row: CM has assured no arrests pending probe: Digvijay

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    State Home Minister Dr G Parameshwara, Law minister TB Jayachandra and Higher Education minister Basaravaraja Rayareddy too had defended the sedition charges saying anti-national activity would not be tolerated in Karnataka. A Bengaluru city police press release said no permission was sought or given for the Saturday event as it was an indoor event. These are issues that have regularly been discussed in the media.
  • Olympic scold: Clinton cites Rio games to hit Trump

    Olympic scold: Clinton cites Rio games to hit Trump

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    Republican candidates already face challenges in NY, where Democrats hold a 2-to-1 advantage in party registration. Mr Trump began his visit to the city with a meeting with local law enforcement officers at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Centre on Lake Michigan.
  • Ford plans to develop a fully autonomous auto by 2021

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    Just last month, BMW AG, Intel Corp. and the automotive camera maker Mobileye announced a plan to put an autonomous vehicle with a steering wheel on the road by 2021. Ford said personal ownership of self-driving cars will come later. Its rival, General Motors , partnered up with Lyft and invested $500 million in the company.
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    Trump reveals few details on "extreme vetting" of immigrants

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    Beyond his immigration ban, Trump has also been criticized for suggesting that President Barack Obama is linked to radical Islamic terrorism, floating surveillance of USA mosques and proclaiming that he believes "Islam hates us". If they did not support "American values like tolerance and pluralism", their immigration request would be denied. "I call it extreme, extreme vetting", Trump said yesterday.
  • House Republicans receive Federal Bureau of Investigation notes from Clinton interview

    House Republicans receive Federal Bureau of Investigation notes from Clinton interview

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    Kadzik responded in an August 2 letter , saying that the department was reviewing the information and would "take appropriate action as necessary". FBI Director James Comey strongly chastised her use of the server. Democrats, meanwhile, expressed concern Tuesday that House Republicans would leak snippets of the classified materials carefully selected to make the presidential candidate look bad without providing a fair account of what happened.
  • Turkey requests return of 8 officers who fled to Greece

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    Ankara is sweeping ahead with a crackdown that has seen some 100,000 people either detained or lose their jobs, worrying Western allies, with simultaneous raids Tuesday against companies in Istanbul suspected of helping to finance the Gulen movement.
  • Russian use of Iranian bases unfortunate, but not surprising

    Russian use of Iranian bases unfortunate, but not surprising

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    It's another poke at Russia's growing influence in the region at the expense of the USA, which has steadfastly declined to involve itself in the bloody Syrian civil war. The conflict has killed an estimated 400,000 people, created 7 million refugees inside the country and 5 million outside-a wave of humanity that has flooded Europe and generated instability across the continent.
  • Hot conditions with a chance of thunderstorms Monday

    Hot conditions with a chance of thunderstorms Monday

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    Otherwise, skies are expected to be partly sunny, and the high should be near 93. At night, a 30-percent chance of rain may bring showers and thunderstorms after 1 a.m., with a low around 68. Tomorrow night: Partly cloudy-mostly clear, Wind: SE 5-10. Cain said the August 15 precipitation record was easily surpassed Monday . West wind 7 to 10 miles per hour.
  • Donald Trump's Poll Numbers Are Collapsing

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    Mrs. Clinton led Mr. Trump by 5 points in Florida, 44 percent to 39 percent, by 9 points in North Carolina, 48 percent to 39 percent, by 13 points in Virginia, 46 percent to 33 percent, and by 14 points in Colorado, 46 percent to 32 percent, according to the NBC/Wall Street Journal Marist polls.
  • UK could win 'special status' but must get on with Brexit: Germany

    UK could win 'special status' but must get on with Brexit: Germany

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    However, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May dismissed the rumors and said the wheels are in motion for a smooth Brexit . However, if it is seen to be dragging its heels, it will face increasing pressure from fervent Brexiteers and the EU's remaining 27 members who want Brexit done and dusted before the European elections in June 2019.
  • Trump's immigration plan raises many unanswered questions

    Trump's immigration plan raises many unanswered questions

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    Only those who we expect to flourish in our country - and to embrace a tolerant American society - should be issued visas". When radio host Howard Stern asked him in September of 2002 whether he supported invading Iraq, he said, "Yeah, I guess so".
  • Chloe Khan admits she never fancied housemate Stephen Bear

    Chloe Khan admits she never fancied housemate Stephen Bear

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    Eamonn raised doubts about the relationship, telling her: "He's a controller and you fell for it, he controlled you. The house would be worse off if either one of us went, that's what we thought". Don't miss #CBB at 10:30pm on @channel5_tv . Despite the fact that Chloe's no longer on CBB , both she and Bear have spoken about continuing their romance on the outside.
  • Donald Trump's Campaign Chief Slams Report on Ukraine Payments

    Donald Trump's Campaign Chief Slams Report on Ukraine Payments

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    The payments were reportedly recorded starting in 2007 and ending in 2012, Russian Federation staged a military intervention to annex Crimea, an action viewed by many in the global community as a violation of worldwide law. Russian President Vladimir Putin (from L-R), Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych walk during their meeting in Sochi August 15, 2006.
  • Trump today to unveil immigration policy, plan to destroy ISIS

    Trump today to unveil immigration policy, plan to destroy ISIS

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    Trump said on Wednesday that Obama was "the founder of ISIS" and later expanded the claim to include Clinton. "I think he was being very serious", Pence said. Trump called Mr. Obama and Ms. Clinton, who served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013, "co-founders" of IS during a campaign rally August 10. "And you chose to do that instead", Manafort said on CNN .
  • Donald Trump speech will focus on 'foreign policy realism'

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    Since that time, immigration has been a top priority for Trump, which will be the theme of his next foreign policy speech. He tried to do so with a scripted economic speech last week, only to shift the attention shortly after by appearing to suggest gun owners could take action to prevent Clinton from appointing Supreme Court justices.
  • Zambia's president leads in election results amid complaints

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    Mr Hichilema who spoke at a media briefing held at his house around 22:40hrs Sunday, said the G12 sheet is the only proscribed document which is the legal requirement used for recording " the will of the people". "The re-election of President Lungu, who had promised to drive a hard bargain with the IMF, could slow negotiations on a deal with the fund", he said.
  • Another UK Man Has Died After Being Tasered by Police

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    The man failed to respond to medical attention and was pronounced dead 90 minutes later. A witness told the BBC that she felt the way Atkinson approached officers was "non-threatening", while the Independent Police Complaints Commission, a police watchdog group, says they're investigating the incident.
  • United Kingdom interest rate cut leads to sharp fall in sterling

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    The Bank of England's cuts on Thursday in its growth forecasts for next year and its hints of more easing to come underline the central case bank analysts have made for the pound to weaken since June's vote to leave the European Union. The dollar was effectively flat at 101.185 yen, on track to fall 0.8 percent on the week. The Term Funding Scheme is created to make sure that the lower levels of interest rates now set by the Bank of England are reflected in the costs commercial banks ...
  • Macedonian mourns 21 victims of deadly storm, flooding

    Macedonian mourns 21 victims of deadly storm, flooding

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    Many witnesses have described that victims drowned after being trapped in their houses when torrents suddenly swept through the area. Special police, army units and firefighters were sent to the worst-hit areas as well as the nearby villages of Stajkovci, Aracinovo and Smiljkovci.
  • Dozens killed after bus plunges off Nepal mountain road

    Dozens killed after bus plunges off Nepal mountain road

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    An injured person, rescued after a bus crashed in a mountain highway, recovers at a hospital in Kathmandu . Buses are crowded and people also travel on the roofs of buses. The bus fell more than 300 meters (about 985 feet) down the hill. In 2012, an overloaded bus plunged into a canal, killing at least 35 people, police said.
  • Trump looking to institute political tests for immigrants

    Trump looking to institute political tests for immigrants

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    The Republican nominee's foreign policy address comes during a rocky stretch for his campaign. Still, he directly blamed the president and Clinton, who served as secretary of state, for backing policies that "unleashed" the group, including withdrawing USA troops from Iraq in late 2011.
  • Thai junta accused of exploiting bombings for political ends

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    The device has been reportedly handed to Malaysian police for further investigation. Another fire bomb was also found on the island of Phuket on Sunday, police said, and two devices in Phang Nga . "We have been made victims for things we did not do several times before", Jatuporn Prompan reportedly said in a video posted on Facebook . "Tourists don't come to Thailand for such a thing".
  • Russian Chief of Staff dismissed

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    Ivanov, who headed the presidential administration since Dec 22, 2011, has been nominated a special representative of the President for environmental management, ecology and transport. Ivanov is the latest political casualty in Putin's campaign to rid himself of long-serving members of his entourage. All are men in their 60s, all longtime acquaintances of the president.
  • Magnitude 5.3 quake in southern Peru kills at least 4

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    Earthquakes are fairly common in Peru but this one hit at a shallow depth of eight kilometers (five miles) so damage could be heavy near the epicenter. She said land access to the area was cut off. He said that machinery had already being dispatched to clear the road but he estimated the cleanup will still take at least a day.