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Canada shooting leaves 4 dead

FREDERICTON, New Brunswick (Reuters) – Four people, including two police officers, were killed in a shooting in eastern Canada on Friday in the latest eruption of gun violence across the country that has led to calls for weapons bans in cities. Police in Fredericton, a city of about 56,000 that is the capital of the […]

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Canada shooting leaves 4 dead

FREDERICTON, New Brunswick (Reuters) – Four people, including two police officers, were killed in a shooting in eastern Canada on Friday in the latest eruption of gun violence across the country that has led to calls for weapons bans in cities. Police in Fredericton, a city of about 56,000 that is the capital of the […]

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Ex-solon’s son nabbed in buy-bust

ILIGAN CITY – The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Regional Office 10 arrested Erik Dominique “Bojie” Badelles, son of former Rep. Alipio “Tikbong” Badelles, in a buy-bust operation at his residence in Barangay Pala-o here Friday. Erik has been in the original PDEA target list and considered a high-value target since four years ago when he […]

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Ex-aide says Trump is a racist

The White House hit back angrily Friday against accusations by an African-American former employee that President Donald Trump is a racist who repeatedly used the N-word during the making of his reality TV show. Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in her incendiary new book “Unhinged” that Trump was caught on mic uttering the racial slur “multiple […]

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12,000 families remain displaced by Marawi conflict

Some 12,000 families remain displaced as a result of the armed conflict in Marawi City more than a year ago. To date, there are 12,806 internally displaced families in Marawi. One-thousand, six-hundred seventy-five are still staying inside evacuation centers while 11,131 are temporarily staying with relatives and friends in Regions 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, […]

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NASA launches Parker Solar Probe

NASA counted down Friday to the launch of a $1.5 billion spacecraft that aims to plunge into the Sun’s sizzling atmosphere and become humanity’s first mission to explore a star. The car-sized Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to blast off on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida early Saturday. The 65-minute launch […]

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