• Canada jails Quebec mosque shooter, no parole for 40 years
Canada jails Quebec mosque shooter, no parole for 40 years

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported that Alexandre Bissonnette had already been sentenced to life in prison, with no chance of parole for 35 years. Outside the courtroom, Aymen Derbali, who was left quadriplegic in the shooting, said he was "very upset and astonished" that Bissonnette did not get more time.

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  • Serial killing Santa Bruce McArthur is sentenced for Gay Village Toronto murders
Serial killing Santa Bruce McArthur is sentenced for Gay Village Toronto murders

Parole eligibility was the only question for McMahon to settle as first-degree murder carries an automatic life sentence, and the judge said McArthur's age and guilty plea were factors in his decision. Umme Fareena Marzook the wife of Mahmudi, sobbed in court while her victim impact statement was read aloud. "I will now always have to live wi...

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  • Greece Backs Macedonia's NATO Accession, Settles Dispute
Greece Backs Macedonia's NATO Accession, Settles Dispute

A majority of 153 lawmakers supported the legislation, while 140 voted against. Greek approval of FYROM's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation accession bid is the final step in the deal. Many in the West hope the change will also limit the influence of Russian Federation, which has at times tried to exert influence on the soon to be North Macedoni...

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  • Plane abandons landing as Storm Erik batters Heathrow with winds
Plane abandons landing as Storm Erik batters Heathrow with winds

A DRIVER had a lucky escape in Belfast yesterday when a tree fell onto a auto at the height of Storm Erik . The high winds have affected air travel, with one British Airways flight failing to land at Heathrow amid the gales. In Northern Ireland and western Scotland , waves battered the coasts and winds whipped even harder, reaching 75 miles p...

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  • German split over Russian gas pipeline
German split over Russian gas pipeline

The essence of the proposal of Germany and France is that the country which is producing gas from the sea gas pipeline , will have the right choice of formula applied to the draft regulation of the EU Gas Directive and possible exemptions from it.

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  • Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker testifies before House Judiciary Committee
Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker testifies before House Judiciary Committee

Late Thursday, there was considerable doubt about Whitaker's appearance. House of Representatives judiciary committee hearing, adding that he has not taken any action in the probe or interfered "in any way". The president himself kept an eye on the proceedings before leaving the White House for his annual physical. There was some curious ti...

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  • Five juveniles arrested and charged after 24-year-old is killed
Five juveniles arrested and charged after 24-year-old is killed

They think the teens took his wallet and demanded the keys to his auto, but he refused. Investigators said they believe someone shot Yorlets after he refused to hand over the keys to his auto. The attorney representing the 12-year-old girl argued in court that she should not be charged as an adult, in part because she cooperated with police after...

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  • Gruesome Groom Accused of Sexually Assaulting Teenager At His Own Wedding
Gruesome Groom Accused of Sexually Assaulting Teenager At His Own Wedding

The dramatic display reportedly ended when a policeman drew his taser, boarded the bus, and confronted Aimers. Speaking of "all charges ", Aimers faces charges of false imprisonment of a minor, corruption of minors, indecent assault, resisting arrest, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, and harassment.

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  • Nation's biggest police force demanding Waze app to remove
Nation's biggest police force demanding Waze app to remove "cop tracker" feature

They are revealing the situation of checkpoints places these drivers, their passengers, and most people in danger. DUI checkpoints are also known as police stops, where police officers are standing and checking vehicles going through them, or in simple words, you can say where police officers set their barrier and randomly stop vehicles to chec...

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  • DUI suspect starts busting moves during roadside sobriety test
DUI suspect starts busting moves during roadside sobriety test

Local media reported that deputies said Larson had a blood alcohol content of 0.28, three times the legal limit of 0.08. The move was a fail as deputies charged him with DUI anyway. Larson told deputies he thought he was in Clearwater. After more twists, turns, side steps and full rotations, the video ends with Larson appearing to do somethin...

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  • UK's Prince Philip 'voluntarily surrenders' driving licence after crash
UK's Prince Philip 'voluntarily surrenders' driving licence after crash

The 97-year-old duke sent a note to Emma Fairweather, 46, after she suffered a broken wrist following a collision with his Land Rover on January 17. Though he needed assistance to exit his overturned wheels, the prince sustained no injuries.

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  • Sacramento Weather: Storm Arriving By Evening Commute, Foothills Could Again See Snow
Sacramento Weather: Storm Arriving By Evening Commute, Foothills Could Again See Snow

One of the largest snowstorms in more than 20 years could pummel the Tacoma-Seattle area this weekend with up to 8 inches, forecasters said. Higher elevation areas such as the Teton Valley, the Snake River Highlands, or near Island Park might see between 6 and 12 inches of snow.

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  • Trump won't meet Xi before trade deal deadline
Trump won't meet Xi before trade deal deadline

He then said the two would " maybe " meet after that. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will travel to Beijing next week for another round of trade discussions. On Thursday, Trump did not dismiss the possibility of meeting Xi in the next month or so. While China has offered to buy more U...

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  • Supreme Court Temporarily Suspends Louisiana Abortion Restrictions
Supreme Court Temporarily Suspends Louisiana Abortion Restrictions

The Court has changed since the case as Trump has appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch to replace the late-Antonin Scalia and Brett Kavanaugh to fill the seat of Kennedy, who retired in June. Translation: The Fifth Circuit majority threw the rule of law and proper appeals court procedure out the window. Kavanaugh said the doctors would continue to be...

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  • China protests visit by India's Modi to disputed border area
China protests visit by India's Modi to disputed border area

They held a protest at NTR statue and raised slogans against Shah asking him to go back. He said, "All the partners of "mahamilawat" have understood that the youth, the poor and farmers of the country see their aspirations in Modi ". PM Modi listed out his government's scheme aimed at benefitting the poor, farmers and the middle class. At his Tr...

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  • Backed Syrian force to start 'final battle' against IS enclave
Backed Syrian force to start 'final battle' against IS enclave

SDF troops, led by Kurdish fighters, have been holding out for the past 10 days. Mustafa Bali, head of the SDF media office, did not indicate how soon he expected the civilian evacuation to be completed, Reuters reported, noting that most of the civilians are family members of ISIS militants.

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  • Scandals Drive Calls for Top Virginia Leadership to Resign
Scandals Drive Calls for Top Virginia Leadership to Resign

Attorneys for Vanessa Tyson and Meredith Watson released statements Saturday saying the women would testify against Fairfax, who has faced calls from members of his own party to resign. Fairfax has emphatically denied both allegations and said he won't step down. Ultimately, some Democrats here said, they must begin the process of eme...

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  • Trump's attorney general nominee Barr passes first hurdle
Trump's attorney general nominee Barr passes first hurdle

Bush, is expected to be confirmed in a vote that could come as early as next week. He is expected to win confirmation in the Republican-controlled chamber. "And he will stand up for this Constitution, even if it's against the wishes of this president". On Thursday, Sen. John Kennedy , Republican of Louisiana, said that he would vote for it even ...

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  • Joe Kennedy III to endorse Elizabeth Warren at presidential announcement
Joe Kennedy III to endorse Elizabeth Warren at presidential announcement

The progressive darling, smarting from a week of hard questions and another apology for calling her race " American Indian ", will speak on the steps of Everett Mills, the site of the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike, in Lawrence , Massachusetts.

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  • USA: Tulsi Gabbard kicks off presidential campaign
USA: Tulsi Gabbard kicks off presidential campaign

Tulsi Gabbard has been criticised for being sympathetic to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad and Russian leader Vladimir Putin, which has seen her clash with a number of fellow Democrats. Tulsi Gabbard , Hawaii congresswoman and 2020 Democratic candidate for president, defended Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and said he is not the "enemy".

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