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Multiple injuries reported in shooting at Maryland business park

The suspect in both this shooting and the Maryland shooting has been identified as 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince, who was considered armed and unsafe. The suspect is believed to have fled in a black Chevrolet Arcadia with DE plates. He said it sounded like it was coming from a business about a half-block away.

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President Vladimir Putin Endorses Russia's New Currency, the CryptoRuble

He added: 'This mustn't be a private currency, but the one, which is issued by the state, controlled by the state and enable to provide circulation of digital money in light of the digital economy '. Nokiforov was quoted in local news reports as confirming the existance of the coin, or at least the plans for it. Nikiforov said, "I confidently declare that we run CryptoRuble for one simple reason: if we do not, then after 2 months our neighbors in the EurAsEC will".

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Security increase ahead of white nationalist speech at University of Florida

The state's Republican governor warned in an executive order Monday that a "threat of a potential emergency is imminent" in Alachua County, in north Florida. "It is a process that enables various law enforcement agencies to work together more efficiently". Spencer's planned visit has caused repeated headaches for University of Florida administrators.

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FCC Chairman Says He Supports Free Speech But Does Not Condemn Trump

Mercatus CenterToday FCC Chairman Ajit Pai , who pre-emptively repudiated Donald Trump's suggestion that TV stations should lose their broadcast licenses if their news reports offend him, reiterated his commitment to freedom of speech and emphasized that his agency has no authority to take journalistic content into account when making such decisions.

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2nd ODI: Zaman departs early as Pakistan at 25-1

Babar and Shadab, who turned 19 earlier this month, were engaged in a match-turning 109-run seventh wicket stand which helped Pakistan reach 291-9 on a sluggish Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Azam brought up his seventh one-day hundred off 130 balls - his fourth this year - with a sharp double in the 49th over. "We have to wait and see who the players will be".

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Trump mocks Pence for wanting 'to hang' all gay people

Donald Trump's comments about Pence's views on LGBTQ individuals went too far. Trump brings up the incident with Mike Pence leaving a game because the players wouldn't honor the flag during the pledge. The legal scholar argued that attempts to overturn the decision were pointless, as states would simply legalise abortion on their own. 'You see?' Trump asked Pence.

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Iraqi military deployed to 'impose security' in Kirkuk clashes with Kurdish Peshmerga

Terrified families piled into cars and fled, clogging the highway to the city of Sulaimaniyah in Iraq's semiautonomous Kurdish region. Polling during the September 25 referendum was held not only in the three provinces of the autonomous Kurdish region but also in adjacent Kurdish-held areas, including Kirkuk, that are claimed by both Baghdad and Iraqi Kurdistan.

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Train passengers taken ill ate own food, says Official

As reported by the hospital, none of the patients was in serious condition, IRCTC claimed in its statement. Another two groups of passengers, of 15 each, also complained of nausea and were attended by a railway doctor. "After this incident, few other passengers of C1, C2, C5, C7 coaches who passed through this coach also complained of uneasiness", the report adds.

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Center-right wins, but far-right surges in Austria vote

Today's vote is coming a year ahead of schedule after squabbles led to the breakup last spring of the coalition government of the Social Democrats and the People's Party. Mr Strache modified the tone of his message and the party is keen on shedding its past links to anti-Semitism. Kurz said on Sunday night that he was open to talks with all parties that entered parliament on forming a coalition government.

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Rajnath seeks to downplay Gurdaspur bypoll defeat

Jakhar, who was in the lead right from the time the vote count began on Sunday morning, extended the margin over his BJP rival Swaran Salaria after each of the 14 rounds of counting. In this case Mr. Khaira said the SAD-BJP lost all the three elections. "It is a demoralising defeat for them, it has sent them packing", he said. Perhaps having seen the writing on the wall, a day before the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha by-election results were announced, AAP dissolved its units in Gurdaspur and ...

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Kenya police shoot dead two during opposition protest: commissioner

In Kisumu, a stronghold of Odinga support, protesters reacted angrily when police turned water cannon on them to prevent them from entering the city centre. "All indications are that the election scheduled for 26 October will be worse than the previous one", he said, announcing his withdrawal Tuesday. That judgement stated that if a candidate dies or withdraws from the fresh election, the IEBC must begin presidential nominations from scratch.

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Rex Tillerson cleans up after Trump on Iran but dodges 'castration' questions

They feed on it in a very destructive way. "I'm just not going to be part of this effort to divide this administration". Tillerson has refused to outright deny the report , which he once more dismissed on CNN as "petty stuff". And so my position is: I'm not playing. In Sunday's interview , Tillerson would not deny using the insult about the president. Tillerson pushed back on Corker's comments on Sunday, telling Tapper, "I checked, I'm fully intact".

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Tension runs high ahead of allies' joint military drill

Thought to be a main ally and economic supporter of North Korea, China has implemented a series of measures created to restrict its trade with the North after the United Nations adopted sanctions over the North's missile and nuclear tests. Earlier this week two supersonic U.S. heavy bombers flew over the Korean peninsula, staging the first night-time joint aviation exercises with Japan and South Korea, the latest in a series of flyovers.

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No info regarding Sanatan Sanstha's involvement in Lankesh's murder: SIT

Using a part of the face that was revealed in the footage, it was a side angle shot, we added general characteristics of Indian face types to come up with the sketches", the officer said. "We are confident that the man in the video is a suspect", said the officer. "So far, we have ruled out any connection of the murder with her professional life, but all other angles have not yet been ruled out".

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Gurung has links with NE insurgent groups: WB Police

Amitabh Mullick died allegedly of bullet injuries in an early morning operation at a hide out of GJM president Bimal Gurung . Sharma also said they have received information that Bimal Gurung has links with North-East insurgent groups and Maoists.

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Maine's Susan Collins Says She's Staying in US Senate

As one of the few moderates in a closely divided Senate, she is often a swing vote, and, as she demonstrated during the health care debate, she can often influence the outcome of important legislation. She would join a crowded field in the race for governor to replace two-term Republican Gov. Paul LePage, who can not run again because of term limits.

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States File Lawsuit Over Insurance Cost-Sharing Subsidies

Friday morning, the Trump administration filed legal documents in the 2014 case cementing that position. After President Trump's executive order on health care Gov. Schneiderman says the decision is unacceptable, "cruel" and illegal. Cuomo added: "This is just the latest action that targets NY following congress's failure to renew the child health insurance plan and the Health Centers Program, putting our children and the most vulnerable among us at risk to lose access to health care".

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Truck bomb explodes on busy road in Somalia, killing 20

The explosion reportedly happened near the entrance of the hotel. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, although the Islamist al-Shabaab group has carried out regular attacks. In any case, the devastation caused was widespread. "And economically, I think this is the worst ever in Mogadishu in a single day". "There were dead bodies everywhere and injured people were screaming, some of them from under the rubble of destroyed buildings", said Fadumo Dahir, a witness.

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Virgin Hyperloop One announced

Virgin organizer Richard Branson will join the startup's top managerial staff, and the vital association will concentrate on the traveler and blended utilize payload services. "We've focused on developing the technology required to make Hyperloop a reality and demonstrated that it works", said Josh Giegel, Co-founder and President of Engineering of Hyperloop One .

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Earthquake Detected Near North Korean Nuclear Test Site

The tremor hit at 01:41 am (1641 GMT Thursday) with a depth of around five kilometres (three miles), the US Geological Survey said, with the epicentre located north of the Punggye-Ri testing site. But South Korea's Meteorological Administration says the quake was natural. "If it goes ahead with another test in this area, it could risk radioactive pollution".

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Trump Becomes First Sitting President To Address Anti-LGBT Hate Group Summit

Trump "How times have changed". Trump, who has spent most of his life in socially progressive New York City, expressed liberal views about the LGBT community prior to his 2016 run, once saying he supported an amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include discrimination based on sexual orientation and noting that he "grew up in New York City, a town with different races, religions, and peoples".

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Giant Hole in Antarctica Remains Unexplained

The hole measures some 30,000 square miles - almost the size of SC. Kent Moore , a professor of physics at the University of Toronto , said: "In the depths of winter, for more than a month, we've had this area of open water". According to reports, satellite images helped spot this unexpected formation, which is believed to be around a month old, possibly more. While it wasn't seen for decades after 1976, it reappeared in August a year ago.

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Two Dead After Attempted Prison Break in North Carolina

None of the inmates escaped. According to NCDPS, the prison is under control and under lockdown with all inmates accounted for. Smith and Darden were killed after inmates started a fire at the prison sewing plant in an attempt to escape, officials said Thursday.

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USA to Leave UN Body

The United States has walked away once before under ex-president Ronald Reagan, who quit UNESCO in 1984 over alleged financial mismanagement and claims of anti-US bias in some of its policies. One of UNESCO's founding nations, the United States has had a rocky relationship with the Paris-based organization over the years. Many saw the vote to include Palestine as evidence of long-running, ingrained anti-Israel bias within the United Nations, where Israel and its allies are far outnumbered by ...

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Kelly: Barring 'change,' he's not quitting or being fired

Reports on his imminent departure are greatly exaggerated, the retired general says. He said: "This is hard, hard work and my only frustration, with all due respect to everyone in the room, is when I come to work in the morning and read about things I allegedly said, or things Mr Trump allegedly said, or people who are going to be fired or whatever, and it's just not true".