• Campus Shooting Suspect Lived In North Texas Before Moving To North Carolina
Campus Shooting Suspect Lived In North Texas Before Moving To North Carolina

A UNC Charlotte student who was killed in Tuesday's shooting is being hailed a hero after police say he went after the gunman in an attempt to save others. It was not immediately clear who Terrell was referring to in his Wednesday comment. "I didn't think I would have to experience something like that", one student told NBC News .

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  • Cyclone Fani said to be the strongest cyclone in 43 years
Cyclone Fani said to be the strongest cyclone in 43 years

As many as 12 districts have been put on high alert. Aircraft of the Indian Navy are also in a state of readiness at two locations for emergency services. Meanwhile, the Election Commission has approved the lifting of model code of conduct in 11 districts in Odisha to facilitate speedy relief and rescue operation in view of cyclonic storm Fani...

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  • Indonesia moves to relocate capital
Indonesia moves to relocate capital

Indonesia's National Development Planning Agency, also known as Bappenas, presented its initial study on the relocation plan during a Cabinet meeting led by Widodo earlier today, where the top executives discussed alternatives to establish a new political hub somewhere else on the South Asian archipelago.

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  • Coup plotters not to go unpunished — Venezuela's Maduro
Coup plotters not to go unpunished — Venezuela's Maduro

Maduro's forces began fighting back against pro-Guaido supporters. The United States and Russian Federation were at odds over Venezuela , with Washington telling Moscow to keep out of "our hemisphere", and the Kremlin warning the Trump administration against any "aggressive" moves against its ally Maduro.

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  • Naruhito becomes Japan’s new emperor, hopes for country’s progress
Naruhito becomes Japan’s new emperor, hopes for country’s progress

Naruhito has promised to emulate his father in seeking peace and staying close to people. Japan's new Emperor Naruhito vowed to fulfill his duty as a symbol of state and people as defined under Japan's Constitution in his first address Wednesday, a day after his father abdicated.

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  • HUGE: Trump Leans Toward Designating Muslim Brotherhood A Terrorist Organization
HUGE: Trump Leans Toward Designating Muslim Brotherhood A Terrorist Organization

John R. Bolton, the national security adviser, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, support the idea, officials said. "The President has consulted with his national security team and leaders in the region who share his concern, and this designation is working its way through the internal process", Ms Sanders said in a statement.

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  • Facebook starts remodeling Messenger into the world's
Facebook starts remodeling Messenger into the world's "digital living room"

A new design for the Facebook mobile app highlights the Groups that users have joined, and now shows a personalized feed of activity across all the groups people are part of in a special tab. It's basically the Messenger mobile app blown up for Windows and macOS computers, which should come in handy for some. The one announcement for WhatsApp i...

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  • Indian Army mountaineering team shares photos of suspected Yeti footprints
Indian Army mountaineering team shares photos of suspected Yeti footprints

The army's mountaineering expedition to Mount Makalu lasts between March and May with the objective of reaching all peaks above 8,000 meters, but nothing could have prepared the troops for a possible sighting of the "abominable" snowman .

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  • Is the Russian military using this beluga whale for spying?
Is the Russian military using this beluga whale for spying?

Marine experts in Norway believe they have stumbled upon a white whale that was trained by the Russian navy as part of a programme to use underwater mammals as a special ops force. Audun Rikardsen , a professor at the Norwegian Arctic University, said he had contacted Russian colleagues, and neither Russian nor Norwegian scientists had pu...

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  • Rod Rosenstein Officially Resigns From the Department of Justice
Rod Rosenstein Officially Resigns From the Department of Justice

His last day will be May 11, ending a tumultuous relationship with Trump and a tenure that involved some of the most consequential, even chaotic, moments of the president's administration. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein today submitted his resignation letter to the White House. Rosenstein, a Republican, was often criticized by Trump ...

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  • Boeing didn’t advise airlines, FAA that it shut off warning system
Boeing didn’t advise airlines, FAA that it shut off warning system

One of the speakers was Manant Vaidya, a Canadian of Indian descent who lost six family members in the Ethiopia crash. The families have also filed a claim against the U.S. WestJet says that it has adjusted flight times on some routes or substituted larger aircraft with fewer flights, but that it needed to suspend a small number of routes where n...

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  • Spain's Socialist leader Sanchez claims election victory
Spain's Socialist leader Sanchez claims election victory

To remain in office, Sanchez will have to form a governing alliance with smaller parties. "The Socialists have won the general election and with it the future has won and the past has lost", he told cheering supporters from the balcony of the party's headquarters in Madrid .

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  • Harnessed whale may have been trained by Russian navy
Harnessed whale may have been trained by Russian navy

Photographs revealed that "Equipment St Petersburg" was written on the buckle of the harness, which had an attachment to hold a GoPro camera. Spokesman Joergen Ree Wiig said fishermen in Arctic Norway reported seeing the tame white cetacean with a tight harness swimming around last week.

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  • Eliud Kipchoge Wins London Marathon For The Fourth Time
Eliud Kipchoge Wins London Marathon For The Fourth Time

A courageous marathon runner who collapsed during the London Marathon and had to crawl over the finish line on her hands and knees has returned to work a day later. Kipchoge will go down as one of the greatest champions ever, having previously claimed victory in London in 2015, '16 and '18. I am a'ok! Back to reality'.

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  • Sri Lanka on alert for attacks by uniform-clad militants
Sri Lanka on alert for attacks by uniform-clad militants

One of the men was shot by security forces after he came into the lane and began firing a rifle, said Lucian Sooriyabandara, a local police official. The Daesh group, which claimed responsibility for the Easter bombings, said the three men who blew themselves up at Kalmunai were also members of the militant group.

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  • Connolly threatens to jail Trump officials who won't comply with subpoenas
Connolly threatens to jail Trump officials who won't comply with subpoenas

But Trump has increasingly accused Democrats of conducting the Russian Federation investigation for purely political purposes ahead of the 2020 election. Trump seems to be arguing that the risk that McGahn might reveal the substance of high-level conversations he had with the president or other high-level advisers is sufficiently high to keep him...

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  • New York AG investigating National Rifle Association's finances
New York AG investigating National Rifle Association's finances

The announcement came amid internal strife at the NRA, which led to the departure of NRA president Oliver North during the organization's annual convention this weekend. LaPierre remained staid as Childress read North's letter. There also have been reports about divisions within the organization over NRATV - operated by Ackerman McQueen - whi...

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  • Michael Cummins in Custody After 5 Dead
Michael Cummins in Custody After 5 Dead

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents are continuing to investigate the murder of six people in Sumner County on Saturday. Authorities in rural Tennessee said they found five bodies in two homes Saturday, prompting a massive manhunt for a possibly armed suspect.

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  • Shelley Joseph, judge in MA, charged with helping defendant escape ICE custody
Shelley Joseph, judge in MA, charged with helping defendant escape ICE custody

Joseph then allegedly had a court clerk tell the ICE officer wait outside the courtroom. They each face one count of Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice, Obstruction of Justice; Aiding and Abetting, and Obstruction of a Federal Proceeding; Aiding and Abetting.

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  • Man arrested, several injured after shooting at California synagogue
Man arrested, several injured after shooting at California synagogue

The shooting happened in the city of Poway just north of San Diego, according to the The San Diego Sheriff's Department Twitter account on Saturday. Shortly after the shooting, deputies reported that one man had been detained for questioning in connection to the shooting.

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  • Moving to impeach Trump would only make him stronger
Moving to impeach Trump would only make him stronger

When the special counsel was appointed, Mueller reported, Trump said he was "fucked" and that it was the "end of my presidency". Realistically, that's likely to take a while, but the Trump administration's main method of avoiding accountability thus far has been to stall, stall, stall and hope that people just stop caring or paying attention by...

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  • USA condemns Putin's decree on Russian citizenship for Ukrainians
USA condemns Putin's decree on Russian citizenship for Ukrainians

In response, Mr Zelensky, a comedian who won Kiev's weekend vote, branded Putin's Russian Federation as an 'aggressor state, waging war against Ukraine'. Commenting on the citizenship decree at a meeting with lawmakers in St. Petersburg, Putin said his order was not meant to "create problems for the new Ukrainian administration".

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  • Executions in Saudi Arabia used as political tool to crush dissent: Amnesty
Executions in Saudi Arabia used as political tool to crush dissent: Amnesty

Saudi Arabia has executed 37 people, including a man who was 18 when he was convicted of his crime. It added that those found guilty of committing terrorist and criminal acts will be subject to punishment under Sharia law. Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif also criticised the executions and what he said was United States complicity. A behead...

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  • Sri Lanka lowers Easter attack death toll while suspects still at large
Sri Lanka lowers Easter attack death toll while suspects still at large

Halim, the federal minister of postal services and Muslim affairs, said he was acting "in solidarity" with the Catholic Church and "in protest the barbaric acts" of the bombers. The government has indicated it believes the local militants had outside help. Sri Lanka's tourism industry, which accounts for around five per cent of the country's GD...

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  • Pennsylvania woman killed following 'horrible' meat grinder incident
Pennsylvania woman killed following 'horrible' meat grinder incident

He said the victim may have been standing on a set of wheeled stairs prior to the fatal accident. For two hours Raper's legs were trapped in the machine before he was freed, He died the next day from his injuries. Firefighters reportedly worked for about 45 minutes disassembling the machine in order to recover the woman's body. Company offici...

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  • PM made no announcement to continue Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline, says Bilawal
PM made no announcement to continue Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline, says Bilawal

The gunmen who killed 14 members of Pakistan's security forces in the country's southwest earlier this week came from Iran to carry out the attack, officials said on Saturday. However, the relations received a jolt after the April 18 attack on Pakistan security personnel in Ormara area of Balochistan . The Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) and...

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  • Trump threatens to send armed soldiers to US-Mexico border
Trump threatens to send armed soldiers to US-Mexico border

Trump has declared the issue a national emergency and demanded U.S. legislators commit billions of dollars to building a border wall to keep migrants out. Horowitz says NORTHCOM confirmed that there are approximately 2,800 service members assigned to the border mission. Central American migrants wait on the top of a parked train during their jour...

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  • Britain will reportedly allow Huawei limited access to 5G infrastructure
Britain will reportedly allow Huawei limited access to 5G infrastructure

The other two countries of the "Five Eye" intelligence alliance, Canada and the United Kingdom are yet to make decision on whether Huawei will be allowed to build their 5G networks . Mobile phone companies say Huawei 5G equipment is much cheaper than that of rivals, and in some respects ahead of the competitors, principally Sweden's Ericsson a...

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  • Death toll in Colombia landslide rises to 28
Death toll in Colombia landslide rises to 28

In April 2017, more than 250 people were killed when a landslide hit the town of Mocoa, in Putumayo province. The landslide, caused by heavy rains, occurred early on Sunday morning in a rural area of Rosas municipality. President Ivan Duque was to visit the area on Sunday evening with the housing and transport ministers to meet with relief offici...

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  • 8 dead, several injured after 6.1-magnitude quake rocks Philippine`s Bodega
8 dead, several injured after 6.1-magnitude quake rocks Philippine`s Bodega

A rescuer assists a search dog as they try to reach survivors at a collapsed four-storey building following an quake in Porac town, Pampanga province, Philippines, April 23, 2019. Old churches in Porac and Lubao were also damaged. An airport was seriously damaged and at least two buildings were destroyed. Rescuers continued to search for surviv...

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  • Coachella woman allegedly dumps bag of puppies in skip
Coachella woman allegedly dumps bag of puppies in skip

Following her arrest officials say they found dozens of other animals kept at her home, which was "overrun with dogs and in a state of despair". While at Culwell's house, authorities also discovered approximately 30 dogs inside, who were all taken into custody and are now being cared for at a shelter in Thousand Palms, Welsh says.

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  • Sri Lanka church blasts retaliation for New Zealand mosque attack?
Sri Lanka church blasts retaliation for New Zealand mosque attack?

A vehicle believed to have been used by the attackers also exploded as the bomb squad tried to defuse it. Sri Lanka Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne pointed the finger of blame at the National Thowheed Jamath at a press conference in Colombo .

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  • Likud MK condemns attack by Sanders on Netanyahu
Likud MK condemns attack by Sanders on Netanyahu

Democratic Party presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Tuesday for describing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government as racist over its treatment of Palestinians. In 1967, Israel seized the territory in the Six-Day War, and then annexed it in 1981. Around 18,000 Syrians from the Druze sect, most of whom refuse to take Israeli citizensh...

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  • Twitter profits rise as quarterly ad revenue doubles
Twitter profits rise as quarterly ad revenue doubles

Monetisable daily active users or mDAU rose to 134 million in the first quarter, up 12% from a year ago, Twitter said. Twitter's global user base appeared to show modest growth even as the company transitions to a different way of measuring it.

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  • Anger in Tripoli as Trump praises Haftar
Anger in Tripoli as Trump praises Haftar

The World Health Organization also said late Sunday that 1,228 have been wounded since the self-styled Libyan National Army launched an offensive earlier this month to take Tripoli . The country has been gripped by anarchy since Muammar Gaddafi was toppled in 2011. The disclosure of the call and a US statement that it "recognized Field M...

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