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Papers filed in NY accuse the musician of sexual battery, false imprisonment and failure to disclose a sexually transmitted disease. The 20-year-old says that Kelly "mentally, sexually and verbally" abused her during their relationship. Kelly has denied any wrong doing and has not been charged with any crimes connected with women's the allegations. Rodgers believes Kelly was preparing her to join a group of women she alleges he lives and travels with.
  • USA fighters intercepted two Russian bombers off the coast of Alaska

    USA fighters intercepted two Russian bombers off the coast of Alaska

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    Scott Miller, representing the North American Command aerospace forces (NORAD), said that identifying and subsequent interception of bombers model Tu-95 is necessitated by the occurrence aircraft in the area of responsibility of NORAD. The Russian Sukhoi Su-27 jet came within 20 feet of the American P-8 in worldwide airspace. The bombers were flying in worldwide airspace and "flying according to global norms", he said.
  • Sanders scolded staff for leak of White House official's 'dying' McCain comment

    Sanders scolded staff for leak of White House official's 'dying' McCain comment

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    Caputo made a point of saying "not everybody on this planet loves John McCain , but at this point in time we all need to step back and let his family and the senator live in peace". "It happened yesterday (Thursday)", Biden said in a striking statement. The lingering question is: whose example will it be? Non-profit organisation, Veterans of Foreign Wars, has mistakenly emailed a drafted press release announcing the death of US Senator John McCain , who has been recovering from a surgery ...
  • Not yet out of the woods for rain and storms

    Not yet out of the woods for rain and storms

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    It will be warm though, with highs in the low 80s. There is a chance for isolated severe thunderstorms on Monday night northwest of Tulsa, the National Weather Service said. Friday will be cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 88. Be the first to know when news happens. Sunday night - A chance of showers.
  • DR Congo: British tourists kidnapped in Virunga National Park

    DR Congo: British tourists kidnapped in Virunga National Park

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    The Telegraph newspaper reported that the tourists were heading to the city of Goma when the vehicle was attacked by an armed group and the two tourists, as well as the driver were abducted. More than 175 rangers have died protecting Virunga National Park, which is located in the rugged mountains and volcanic plains adjacent to neighouring Rwanda and Uganda.
  • Donald Trump to meet North Korea's Kim Jong Un on June 12

    Donald Trump to meet North Korea's Kim Jong Un on June 12

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    The three freed Americans, along with President Trump and the First Lady emerged from the plane to applause and cheers. Earlier on Thursday, Mr Trump thanked Mr Kim for releasing three Americans from captivity, saying he believes Kim wants to reach an agreement on denuclearising the Korean peninsula.
  • US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promises North Korea 'prosperous' future

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promises North Korea 'prosperous' future

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    Seoul, which shuttled between Washington and Pyongyang to set up the Trump-Kim meeting, has said Kim has genuine interest in dealing away his nuclear weapons in return for economic benefits. The pair, he said, talked "about how it is he wishes to proceed and if he's prepared, in exchange for the assurances that we're ready to provide him, if he is prepared to fully denuclearize".
  • Top cop Himanshu Roy kills himself; former ATS chief was battling cancer

    Top cop Himanshu Roy kills himself; former ATS chief was battling cancer

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    His death has stunned his colleagues. Apparently, Roy had to undergo blood transfusion every three days as a part of the treatment. Speaking to newsagency, he said, "Unfortunately he was brought dead to the hospital". These include journalist J. Dey murder case, the judgment in which came last week (May 2) and actress Meenakshi Thapa killing, the verdict in which was pronounced earlier in the day.
  • Kenya's Patel dam bursts, sweeping away homes in Solai

    Kenya's Patel dam bursts, sweeping away homes in Solai

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    The tragedy saw more than 2, 500 others displaced as a search for missing persons entered the third day. "There's no illegal [There is nothing illegal]", he said. " I once met one of the Patels long time ago when I was representing the area in parliament and they were very reclusive people besides doing a few community social responsibility projects in the area ", he recalled.
  • Hawaii residents shaken by quakes, brace for new lava outbreaks

    Hawaii residents shaken by quakes, brace for new lava outbreaks

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    The lava line has been crawling closer to a geothermal power plant and employees of the now- closed plant have been working to remove unsafe flammable solvents from the plant in order to avoid any potential catastrophes. However, lava is continuing to sink in a lake inside a Kilauea crater and this can trigger steam explosions due to the influx of groundwater. And now, scientists are warning that an explosive eruption may occur at the summit crater within weeks.
  • Less than 20 percent of voters came out for May primary

    Less than 20 percent of voters came out for May primary

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    John Kasich, voters set up a fall contest between Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray , who both won spirited primaries with at least 60 percent of the vote. Voters are also choosing nominees for some House districts expected to be competitive in November. With a few months separating the county primary, the state primary and the general election, voters can take the time to reflect on which candidate is moving forward and can ponder who they will select ...
  • Bombings and gunfire hit the Afghan capital

    Bombings and gunfire hit the Afghan capital

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    The other two bombers blew themselves up at the entrance to a police station in the city centre. Three suicide bombers struck two police stations in Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday, wounding at least six people, officials said. Taliban militants in the latest achievements overrun the statically important Tala-o-Barfak district in the northern Baghlan province on Tuesday night putting the government forces into defensive positions.
  • Lavrov: Russia will remain a party to the nuclear agreement with Iran

    Lavrov: Russia will remain a party to the nuclear agreement with Iran

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    This was stated by Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Expert. "This is a very disturbing trend". President Donald Trump withdrew the U.S. Tuesday from its participation in the landmark nuclear agreement world powers struck with Iran in 2015. Iran has already said it would remain in the JCPOA for now, pending negotiations with the other signatories in the coming weeks before making a final decision on its future role in the pact.
  • Man arrested after boys, 13 and 15, shot in the head

    Man arrested after boys, 13 and 15, shot in the head

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    The Met is treating it as a murder investigation and appealing for witnesses. A spokesman for the police said: "At the scene a 15-year-old boy suffering from a gunshot wound was treated by London ambulance service (LAS) before being taken to a central London hospital for treatment".
  • AT&T says it paid to grasp Trump take on policy

    AT&T says it paid to grasp Trump take on policy

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    Cohen established the firm, Essential Consultants, in the weeks leading up to Election Day and used it to make a $130,000 payment to Daniels, as a part of an agreement to prevent her from discussing her alleged affair with Trump. Avenatti's memo says the deposits into the account controlled by Cohen were made by Columbus Nova, an American investment company headed by Vekselberg's cousin, Andrew Intrater, and affiliated with the Renova Group, which Vekselberg controls.
  • Utah police: Teen murder victim was on phone with mom during attack

    Utah police: Teen murder victim was on phone with mom during attack

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    Sergeant Brandon Shearer of SLCPD told reporters that a search for the girl's boyfriend, homicide suspect Shaun French, ended in Colorado, where authorities arrested him around 11:30 a.m. At that press conference , Shearer said French still being held on three unlawful sexual contact with a minor charges while more charges may be brought.
  • Hottest Bank Holiday Monday in 40 years

    Hottest Bank Holiday Monday in 40 years

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    TEMPERATURES soared to more than 22C in parts of the North-East as people rounded off their three-day weekend - making it the hottest Bank Holiday Monday in 40 years. Mr Powell said temperatures will generally be above average, but it will depend on whether it is a sunny or wetter day. "We're still going to see some dry days, but there's still going to be some wet days mixed in as well".
  • Turkish President vows to launch more cross-border offensives

    Turkish President vows to launch more cross-border offensives

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    Emir Ekşioğlu, who undertook many roles in worldwide press organisations, has announced his candidacy from the Justice and Development Party, to be the MP of the Kurdish-majority province of Hakkari, bordering Iran. In January 2018, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch in Afrin in an attempt to destroy Kurdish YPG units. At Least 14 PKK terrorists, including two senior figures, have been neutralized in counter-terror operations in the past week, the Turkish military said Saturday.
  • Local elections 2018: Labour holds Birmingham City Council

    Local elections 2018: Labour holds Birmingham City Council

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    Despite losing two seats overall, the Conservatives continue to hold a majority with 28 of the 37 seats on Worthing Borough Council. Mr Corbyn's party lost Nuneaton and Bedworth - an area that often indicates the colour of the government at general elections - as well as Derby and fell short of gaining control in areas like Swindon, Dudley and Walsall, where they had hoped to establish middle England strongholds.
  • Boy Scouts Giving in to 'Politically Correct Bedwetters — Georgia Candidate

    Boy Scouts Giving in to 'Politically Correct Bedwetters — Georgia Candidate

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    The flagship Boy Scouts of America organization and Cub Scouts program will keep their current names. The name of the programs' parent organization will remain the Boy Scouts of America. Girls are already allowed to be in the Cub Scouts. For more details, feel free to reach out to the Blue Mountain Council, including opportunities to interview some of their families participating in the new Family Scouting program.
  • Data firm at center of Facebook privacy scandal will close

    Data firm at center of Facebook privacy scandal will close

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    Media reports suggest that the firm could re-emerge under a new name. North Carolina's Democratic Party has filed a formal complaint over work performed by Cambridge Analytica for the campaign of Republican U.S. Facebook's policies allowed third parities including Cambridge Analytica to access the personal information of users who engaged with certain applications without consent.
  • If Nuclear Deal is Nixed Iran Could Resume Its Nuclear Program - Envoy

    If Nuclear Deal is Nixed Iran Could Resume Its Nuclear Program - Envoy

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    French President Emmanuel Macron says he does not know whether US President Donad Trump will stick to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. "Iran is committed to the nuclear deal but if the USA backs off" from the accord "we won't stay either", Ali Akbar Velayati, adviser to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was quoted by state-run Mehr news agency as saying Thursday.
  • Trump's legal team prepares for showdown with Mueller

    Trump's legal team prepares for showdown with Mueller

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    One question asks what Trump knew about members of his campaign staff, including former campaign chairman Paul Manafort , reaching out to Moscow. Two weeks ago, Trump recruited to his legal team former NY mayor Rudy Giuliani , who said he would try to reach a deal with Mueller on how the president would cooperate with the probe.
  • Large hail, damaging winds possible in Lincoln on Tuesday

    Large hail, damaging winds possible in Lincoln on Tuesday

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    The highest risk for tornadoes is in the enhanced risk region from Salina, Kansas, to Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska. "Very large hail over 2.0" in diameter, damaging wind gusts greater than 70 miles per hour and tornadoes will be possible across the Central Plains.
  • Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Alleging Defamation Over Threat Claim

    Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Alleging Defamation Over Threat Claim

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    In the tweet, Trump dismissed her claims of being intimidated into signing a non-disclosure agreement by an anonymous man when he said, "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. We fully intend on bringing it to light. The sketch depicted a man Daniels described as having threatened her in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.