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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Baby in stable condition after pregnant woman shot dead in Etobicoke – The Star

May 17th, 2016 (0)
She was the centre of all family events — a shameless extrovert who captivated those around her with the hilarious stories she had in spades. She was warm, loving and constantly available to support her relatives in need. Candice ...

Two L.A. sheriff’s deputies convicted of beating mentally ill inmate – LA Times

May 17th, 2016 (0)
A Los Angeles federal jury on Monday found two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies guilty of beating an inmate and falsifying reports to cover up the attack, the latest in a series of convictions connected to the county’s jail ...

G-7 OK’s early climate strategy submissions – The Japan News

May 17th, 2016 (0)
Environment ministers of the Group of Seven industrialized nations have agreed that their countries will submit their respective long-term strategies to address global warming earlier than 2020 — a deadline stipulated under the Paris Agreement adopted last year. The ...

White House snubs Chaffetz, refuses to let aide testify after controversial Iran remarks – Fox News

May 17th, 2016 (0)
The White House confirmed Monday that Obama adviser Ben Rhodes will not be allowed to testify before House lawmakers on the Iran nuclear deal, after a last-ditch attempt by Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz to pry the controversial aide loose ...

Sinead O’Connor Is ‘No Longer Listed as Missing or Endangered,’ Police Say -ABC News

May 17th, 2016 (0)
Sinead O’Connor has been located by police, authorities confirmed to ABC News. According to a statement from law enforcement, she was found this afternoon and “is no longer listed as missing or endangered.” No other details were available. Police ...

Syria ceasefire talks to restart in Vienna as differences remain – The Guardian

May 17th, 2016 (0)
Efforts to stabilise a Syrian ceasefire and restart stalled peace talks face an uphill struggle in Vienna as the external powers most deeply involved in the crisis try to narrow their differences. John Kerry, the US secretary of state, ...
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