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Three injured in Vancouver shooting at East Broadway and Ontario Street


Another bullet struck a 15-year-old boy whose family was driving from Vancouver back to Coquitlam. "This is the type of call I absolutely dread and I am incredibly saddened and heartbroken", Palmer said. Palmer added the teenager was out enjoying a normal Saturday night with his parents. At this point, police said there were other suspects on the scene with weapons, but they are trying to sort that out as part of the investigation. Read More »

Africa Summons US Diplomat Over Trump's Reported Vulgar Remarks


On Thursday, The Washington Post detailed a meeting between President Donald Trump and lawmakers. "I'm telling you he did not use that word, George, and I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation", Sen. The comment was reportedly made in the Oval Office. Mr Trump has said he is "ready, willing and able" to reach a deal on DACA to protect illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children from being deported, but says he does not believe the Democrats want an ... Read More »

Trump Wants You To Know That He Is Not A Racist - Okay?


The African group of ambassadors to the United Nations has issued an extraordinary statement condemning the "outrageous, racist and xenophobic remarks" by President Donald Trump and demanding a retraction and apology, the agency has reported. Read More »

Hundreds Attend Blaze Bernstein Funeral As Parents Plead To 'Repair The World'


Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes said the motive wasn't known. Woodward claims he "left the park alone", went to visit a girlfriend then returned but could not find Bernstein. January 2 at Borrego Park in Lake Forest. A report Monday form in Los Angeles revealed several alarming social media posts on accounts belonging to Woodward. Read More »

President Trump Says He's Not A Racist


The public of opinion of President Donald Trump took a significant hit last week after his alleged controversial comments regarding which nations the United States should accept immigrants from. "They don't want security at the border, they don't want to stop drugs, they want to take money away from our military which we can not do". The White House did not initially deny the remarks, which were confirmed by Sen. Read More »

Several dead in operation to arrest Venezuela pilot


He now has tens of thousands of followers online and has piqued the curiosity of Venezuelans who either hail him as hero, condemn him as a criminal or question if he might be a ruse to support President Nicolas Maduro's assertion that the nation is under attack by opposition conspirators. Read More »

South Korea Qualifies For The Figure Skating Team Event At PyeongChang


South Korea had earlier suggested holding the comprehensive discussion on Monday but the North proposed discussing details of its cultural delegation instead, Dong-A Ilbo reported. South Korean conservatives worry about the implications of letting the band perform at the Pyeongchang Games. These new sanctions may even make that impossible, likely leading to the warming trend between Kim and South Korea, regardless of what Kim's regime has to say. Read More »

I'm not a racist, says Trump on vulgar talk

I am not a racist ", Trump said during a dinner photo opportunity with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy in West Palm Beach, Florida . US President Donald Trump has insisted he is "not a racist" despite reports he made derogatory comments about immigrants from Haiti and Africa. Read More »

FG summons U.S. ambassador over Donald Trump's 'shithole' remarks

US President Donald Trump's remark on Thursday referring to Africans and Haitians as coming from "sh*thole countries" has sparked a wave of controversy and condemnation worldwide. Despite news reports and accounts from elected officials inside the room, the president pointed to two Republican senators who also were present and maintained he did not slur Africa and Haiti . Read More »

Russian Federation will not back USA efforts to change Iran deal, Lavrov says


As part of America's belief that they can still rule the world, Lavrov said that Washington has continued to push an anti-Russian agenda, despite the intentions of the Kremlin to rebuild the relations with the new administration. The White House must adapt to the new multipolar world. Pakistan has urged the United States to cooperate with Russia's Taliban engagement efforts, while India has sought to bridge the gap between US and Russian positions on Afghanistan. Read More »

Donald Trump says he feels betrayed by Steve Bannon


Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus speculated on Thursday that Bannon was planning to crush Trump in the Russian Federation probe after the president was instrumental in getting Bannon fired from Breitbart and his Sirius XM radio program, as well as convincing the wealthy Mercer family to stop funding Bannon's campaigns. Read More »

Republicans say effort to help 'Dreamer' immigrants advances


A U.S. judge has blocked President Donald Trump from ending an Obama-era programme that protected from deportation migrants who entered America illegally as children. Dreamers who have never received DACA protections, however, will not be allowed to apply, Alsup ordered. In 2012, Obama had implemented the program to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants who were brought into the children. Read More »

President Trump: I'm no racist President


Altidor, Haiti's ambassador, said in a statement. He said Mr Trump used the most vulgar term "more than once". "Relations between South Africa and the United States , and between the rest of Africa and the United States, must be based on mutual respect and understanding", the foreign ministry said in a statement on Sunday. Read More »

Fire from sunken oil tanker burns out, but pollution risk remains


All 21 crew aboard the Chinese ship were rescued after the collision, while all 32 members of Sanchi's crew - 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis - have been presumed dead, according to Sky News . "As with all major oil spills, time is of the essence". Coastguard ships from Japan, China and South Korea are now battling to contain the slick amid growing concerns over the environmental impact. Read More »

Community Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King


He also has not met with the president and does not plan to. The day before, Mr Trump told journalists he was "not a racist" and asserted that he was "the least racist person " they have ever interviewed. "I think he is a racist", he said Sunday on ABC's "This Week". The 23rd annual Greater Philadelphia King Day of Service put an estimated 150,000 volunteers to work at 1,800 service projects across the region. Read More »

South Africa, Ghana summon U.S. diplomats after Trump remark

Trump addressed the issue briefly as he arrived for dinner at his private golf club with Kevin McCarthy of California, the House majority leader. "I don't know if those comments would be made if I was in the room", she said. " That's what I would say". Asked what he thinks about people who think he is racist , Trump said, "No, No". She also appeared to rebut Trump's remarks from earlier in the day. Read More »

Trump peace offer 'slap of the century': Palestinian president


Have a state with Abu Dis as its capital? "I call on the Central Council to revise all the agreements signed between the PLO and Israel because Israel has brought these agreements to a dead end", said Abbas. Even so, Abbas reaffirmed his commitment to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He singled out two individuals for particular criticism: "The American ambassador to Israel [David Friedman] and [the US Ambassador to the UN] Nikki Haley bring shame on the ... Read More »

Commuters reported seeing wallaby hopping along Sydney Harbour Bridge


Sydneysiders called in to radio station 2GB to share their disbelief at a sight that would usually be reserved for an Australian tourism commercial. "I'm from the bush, I'm used to seeing them running all over the place, but I've never seen one so close in the city before". Dean told 2GB he had to slow down to check that it was real. Read More »

Chelsea Manning will run for US Senate in Maryland


Times of fear, of suppression, hate", Manning says as images of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., and protesters clashing with police are shown. We need to fix this. We need to actually take the reigns of power from them. Meanwhile, when will we ever the Manning Senate campaign that we really want: Peyton Manning?? Ben Cardin in the primary. Read More »

Victims Expected After Explosion Destroys Antwerp Homes


At least one building has reportedly collapsed due to the explosion occurred at an Italian restaurant Primavera. Three other buildings were also damaged in Monday evening's explosion. Emergency rescue teams were rushed to the scene. The Paardenmarkt is located in the center of Antwerp and is known as the city's student hub. Investigators said as many as 20 people were trapped under the rubble, calling the situation "extremely unsafe". Read More »

Children Hospitalized, Parents Jailed on Torture Charges


Police launched an investigation into alleged torture and child endangerment after multiple children were discovered bound, shackled and malnourished inside a Perris, California , home. The children, who police say "appeared to be malnourished and very dirty" range in age between two and 29 years old. Investigators interviewed the parents, 57-year-old David Allen Turpin and 49-year-old Louse Anna Turpin, at the home. Read More »

Key California freeway closed for another week


SBCFD spokesman Tom Henzgen said that efforts are focusing on locating four missing people, including Fabiola Benitez Calderon, 28. For a stretch of seven miles from Carpineria to Santa Barbara, road crews are reportedly working 12-hour shirts to reopen the highway, according to The New York Times . Read More »

Times's legal challenges exposed authorities who failed Poppi Worthington


He then went downstairs and told Poppi's mother, who then called for an ambulance. Senior coroner for Cumbria David Roberts has heard conflicting evidence about whether the 13-month-old was sexually assaulted at her Barrow home. Mr Roberts said: "As a result it was hard to assess his overall demeanour and honesty". "I could not approve charging Mr Worthington based on the evidence the police investigation produced". Read More »

Qatari fighters intercept UAE civil aircraft: UAE


A Qatari official did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment. A statement published by the official Emirati news agency ( WAM ) cited a source at the ministry as saying that "Qatar's Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al Thani has come as a guest to the UAE , at his own behest". Read More »

Pope Francis warns the world is at the brink of nuclear war


A poll by Santiago-based think tank Latinobarometro this month showed that the number of Chileans calling themselves Catholics fell to 45 percent previous year, from 74 percent in 1995. Mapuche natives - some seven percent of the Chilean population - inhabited a vast territory before the arrival of Spanish colonists in 1541, and have long protested the loss of ancestral lands. Read More »