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Tampa police questioning person in connection with shootings


Tampa police are investigating an incident in Ybor City that may be connected to a recent string of killings in the city. "We have to be very careful about what we release because this person might be completely innocent", said Dugan, who met with reporters at Tampa Fire Rescue Station #4, south of the McDonald's. Read More »

Photos Of Buhari Leaving Nigeria For EU- AU Summit In Abidjan


They were received by the President of Cote d'Ivoire, Alassane Ouattara. A statement earlier issued by Mr Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, said President Buhari would participate in working sessions on the summit theme: "Investing in Youth for Sustainable Development". Read More »

Nord Corea, il Giappone capta segnali per il prossimo test missilistico


I comandi delle forze armate sudcoreane hanno specificato che Pyongyang ha lanciato un " missile balistico non identificato" dalla provincia meridionale di Pyongan verso est nelle prime ore di mercoledì (martedì sera in Italia). Il Giappone aveva rilevato infatti dei segnali radio compatibili con un prossimo test missilistico, e i dati erano stati confermati dall'intelligence americana e sudcoreana . Read More »

Be wary of radical forces, Bengal urged


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said the state has met 336 of the 372 parameters of ease of doing business and will meet the remaining ones in the next few months. The president is also scheduled to interact with the scientific community on "Vigyan Chintan - Scientific Ecosystem" at the Council Hall of the Raj Bhavan. Read More »

Poppi Worthington inquest hears mother's 999 call


An hour later Poppi was pronounced dead in hospital. He noticed she was "pouring" fresh blood after she died. The mum slept downstairs because one of her other children would not settle. She told the inquest Paul had told her that he had been still in his boxer shorts when the paramedics arrived at their family home, in Barrow-in-Furness. Read More »

David Davis's boasts on Brexit are coming back to haunt him


LONDON - David Davis has come under severe pressure from Conservative MPs over the publication of the Brexit impact reports after key details were removed from the documents. Davis explained the redactions in a letter to the committee: "Given that we have received no assurances from the committee regarding how any information passed will be used, we have sought not to include commercially, market and negotiation sensitive information ". Read More »

Pilot of plane missing in BC interior identified


About 10:40 p.m. the plane was reported missing and Search and rescue teams began looking for the white aircraft with burgundy stripes that night. A search has been scaled back overnight in southeastern British Columbia for a small plane that disappeared Saturday on a flight from Penticton to Edmonton with two people aboard. Read More »

Inmate with skull face tattoo missing from San Joaquin County work crew


The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office reported that inmate Corey Hughes, 27, was missing from a crew in the area of Interstate 5 and Country Club Stockton. He was due to be released from the "Honor Farm" detention program next February, deputies said. Anyone who sees Hughes is asked to call the sheriff's dispatch center at 209-468-4400. Read More »

25000 bugs could be living in your fresh Christmas tree


Bill Jacobs, who owns and operates the Owasso Christmas Tree and Berry Farm with his wife, Paula, said they heard about the potential Christmas tree shortage a few months earlier when they were preparing for this season. "That is one thing that is watched very closely by the farmers", said Salesman Douglas Brown, "When they find something like that, they are treated... Read More »

Deputy PM resigns, averting Irish government collapse and snap election


The reports of the resignation by Irish media, including public broadcaster RTE, came hours before a planned motion of no confidence against Tanaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) Frances Fitzgerald. Britain has said it wants to leave the EU's single market and customs union when it quits the EU, which could mean customs checks along the Irish border. Read More »

Top Senate Republicans Look To Pass Tax Bill This Week


Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer break down the latest details. Lankford has proposed adding a mechanism to the bill to automatically raise taxes if the cuts don't pay for themselves. But even studies that take that expected growth into account find that the bill would grow the federal deficit by more than $1 trillion . The House's chief tax-writer says ending the "Obamacare" requirement that everyone have health insurance - an element of the Senate ... Read More »

Nawaz, Maryam reach accountability court

While speaking to media, Marriyum remarked that Nawaz didn't take any exemption when he could have and has always appeared before the courts as pet the law and Constitution. The defence then requested the court to adjourn the hearing on grounds that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) is expected to rule this week on Nawaz's request to club the three references against him into one. Read More »

Stadium GM in Salem kicks off Toys for Tots drive


Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program. "Most of the volunteers here are former Marines", said Sgt. KIMT News 3- Each year KIMT and our "Giving Your Best" partners, First Citizens Bank and Diamond Jo Casino, team up to try and help those in need by raising toy donations. Read More »

Xi orders China's 'toilet revolution' to march on

In May, a report from the Chinese National Tourism Administration warned sites such as the Xixia Dinosaur Park in Henan province and the Northwestern Qinghai Lake that they were "seriously lagging behind" in the effort to improve the standard of living. Read More »

Regime attacks kill 18 in Syria's Eastern Ghouta


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the war monitor, said there were three deaths and 15 injuries from Tuesday's shelling, but that it was less intense than in previous days. However, the United Nations has sponsored new peace talks aimed at gathering support for a political solution scheduled to start on November 28. The Easten Ghouta suburbs just outside of the Syrian capital are rebel strongholds, and have copped the brunt of the government's wraith in the past few months. Read More »

Top Official In Charge Of State Department Redesign Quits Job


A senior USA official in charge of leading the Trump administration's ambitious overhaul of the State Department is out of a job after three months in the position, a State Department spokesman confirms to BuzzFeed News. "The redesign is going to address all of that", he said less than a fortnight ago. "It's just not true", he said on November 20. Critics complained that the State Department's restructuring plan lowered morale, something Tillerson reportedly denied in October. Read More »

Deputies: Missing Columbia County teen wiped cellphone before running away

The pair's full movements have not been traced, though it has been determined that they were traveling in a Mercury Sable. The last known activity from Caitlyn was on Sunday night when she withdrew $200 from an ATM in St. "Please let us know that you're ok", she continued. "We want you to let us know that you're OK". Anyone with information is urged to call Detective Marszalek at 386-719-2005. Read More »

Judge Rules Military Must Allow Transgender Jan 2018


Last month, a judge on the U.S. District Court ruled that the president's order to ban new transgender recruits from joining the military - as well as potentially expelling current members - can not be enforced while the case is being reviewed in court. Read More »

Pakistan summons army after violent protests


No army presence was yet visible in the area. Dr. Masood Safdar of Benazir Bhutto Hospital said five civilians arrived dead from bullet wounds. The little-known Islamist group at the centre of the protests, Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah Pakistan (TLY), is demanding the resignation of Pakistan's Law Minister Zahid Hamid over a hastily-abandoned amendment to Khatm-i-Nabuwwat (finality of prophethood), the oath which election candidates must swear. Read More »

Gutierrez Won't Run For Reelection


The Near Northwest Side Democrat has been one of the more high-profile Latino politicians in the country, advocating forcefully for immigrant rights, since he became a USA representative 25 years ago. Gutierrez has made headlines recently for being a vociferous opponent of President Trump . Politico reports that former Chicago mayoral candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia is already circulating petitions for the election to replace Gutierrez. Read More »

Woman recovering after attack by 8ft crocodile


The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection confirmed a tourist was attacked at a creek in Cape Tribulation . A Cairns and Hinterland Hospital spokeswoman said the woman received treatment for a bite at Mossman Hospital and was discharged later that evening. Read More »

Teacher arrested at IN school


They came in with a drug dog who signaled that drugs were potentially in her desk. The video shows a woman, believed to be Ms Cox, sitting in the corner of an empty classroom appearing to chop up a white powder on a notebook, before turning away from the camera to lean over it. Read More »

Angela Merkel 'horrified' by knife attack on German mayor


WAZ reported that the man asked " are you the mayor? " before the attack with Speigel Online, reporting that the attacker had stabbed Hollstein in the throat. The conservative mayor of Altena, Andreas Hollstein, appeared at a news conference on Tuesday to describe the attack which left him with a 15 cm long cut on his neck, covered in a white plaster. Read More »

Explosion, Fires Rage in Jaffa


First responders are still searching for missing people among the rubble and inside the burning building, Israeli media reported. A police spokeswoman said the three men killed had provisionally been identified as a Jaffa resident, a man from the Israeli Arab town of Taibe and a Palestinian from the occupied West Bank. Read More »

Former Coronation Street star pleads guilty to sexually assaulting two women


Bruno joined the soap as Todd Grimshaw in 2001 and was the first openly gay character on the street, after sharing a kiss with his then-girlfriend, Sarah Platt's brother, Nick Tilsley. But district judge Mark Hadfield asked for a probation report to be prepared on Tuesday before he decides whether he will sentence Langley or whether the case needs to be sent to Manchester Crown Court where the defendant could face a longer sentence. Read More »

Chinese general kills himself after facing graft probe


Zhang Yang, a member of the state's Central Military Commission, was being investigated over connections to two graft-tainted former senior military officers when he hanged himself on November 23, according to the official Xinhua news agency. Read More »