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Judge reviews claims of neck slicing gesticulate at FIFA trial

NEW YORK — A New York judge has been reviewing prosecutors’ claims that a former South American soccer central motioned opposite his neck in a slicing suit as its star witnesses testified at his temptation trial.  U.S. District Judge Pamela Chen has been scrutinizing video that prosecutors contend backs their claim.  Prosecutors pronounced the defendant, Manuel Burga, done the melancholy …

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Wanted polygamist free after over a decade on the lam in Mexico

PHOENIX — A polygamist who fled to Mexico about 15 years ago with his wives and kids while confronting child seduction charges in Arizona is now free after the charges were forsaken months ago. Orson William Black Jr. was arrested by Mexican authorities in the northern state of Chihuahua and handed over to U.S. officials in El Paso, Texas, last …

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Mugabe meets with army officer who placed him under residence arrest

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was shown assembly Thursday with the army commander who put him under residence arrest, as negotiations with a South African commission and a Catholic clergyman at the state residence pushed for a fortitude to the domestic misunderstanding and the likely finish to Mugabe’s decades-long rule.  The state-run Zimbabwe Herald journal published what it …

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U.S.-Russia groups doom Syria chemical weapons inspections

UNITED NATIONS — Russia vetoed a U.S. fortitude that would extend the charge of chemical weapons inspectors in Syria on Thursday. “Russia has killed the Joint Investigative Mechanism,” U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley told the United Nations Security Council after the vote. The U.N. unsuccessful to extend the charge of the inspectors, who had been given a corner charge by the Organization …

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Massive overpass shows Putin is doubling down on Crimea land grab

MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin thumbed his nose at the universe when he took Crimea from Ukraine. And it looks like he plans to hold onto it forever, formed on the overpass he’s having constructed.  Twenty-four hours a day, in 3 shifts, workers are racing to build a gigantic overpass that’s 12 miles prolonged and clever adequate to conflict …

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New overpass shows Putin is doubling down on Crimea land grab

November 16, 2017, 6:41 PM| Russian President Vladimir Putin thumbed his nose at the universe when he took Crimea from Ukraine. And it looks like he will be holding on to it forever, formed on the overpass he’s building. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Last Iraqi city held by ISIS recaptured, officials say

BAGHDAD — Iraqi forces corroborated by the U.S.-led bloc retook on Friday the last city in the country that was held by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), some-more than 3 years after the militants stormed scarcely a third of Iraq’s territory, the Defense Ministry said. At dawn, military units and internal genealogical fighters pushed into the western neighborhoods …

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Toto Riina, scandalous Mafia boss, passed at 87

MILAN –Mafia “boss of bosses” Salvatore “Toto” Riina died early Friday in a hospital while portion mixed life sentences as the designer of a bloody strategy to murder Italian prosecutors and law coercion trying to bring down the Cosa Nostra. He was 87. Riina died hours after the Justice Ministry had allowed his family members bedside visits Thursday, which was …

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Trump’s annulment of elephant prize anathema sparks debate

November 17, 2017, 7:32 AM| Big diversion hunters are celebrating a Trump administration policy change, but animal rights advocates are furious. The Fish and Wildlife Service will concede hunters to bring supposed elephant trophies from Zambia and Zimbabwe into the U.S. The Obama administration had banned imports of ivory tusks and other elephant parts. Don Dahler reports.

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NASA’s 20-year time-lapse shows how Earth is changing

November 17, 2017, 7:34 AM| A overwhelming new NASA time-lapse video crams 20 years of Earth into just a few minutes. It is assisting scientists learn a lot some-more about global warming and how the earth is changing. Chip Reid reports.

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