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Utrecht tram shooting: Suspect arrested after at least 3 killed

Police in the Netherlands say three people are dead and others are injured after a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht.

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Three teens die in crush at St. Patrick's Day disco in Northern Ireland

Three teenagers have died after a "crush" at a St. Patrick's Day disco in a hotel in Northern Ireland, according to police.

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Protests continue in France as demonstrators clash with police

Sixty people, including 17 police officers and a fireman, were slightly injured on the 18th straight Saturday of yellow vest demonstrations in Paris.

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Dead whale found with 40 kg of plastic bags in its stomach

A young whale whose carcass washed up in the Philippines died of "dehydration and starvation" after consuming 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of plastic ...

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New Zealand Prime Minister confirms gun law reform after mosque massacre

New Zealand's government has agreed to reform the country's gun laws in the wake of last Friday's massacre at two mosques, in which 50 people were ...

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Far-right Australian lawmaker finds himself -- literally -- with egg on his face

A far-right Australian lawmaker who blamed the slaughter at two Christchurch mosques on immigration policies that "allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate ...

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Brenton Tarrant: From gym trainer to murder suspect

The Australian man charged with murder in connection with terrorist shootings at two New Zealand mosques that left dozens dead was a frequent traveler who spent time in Pakistan, Turkey and Bulgaria, among other countries in recent years.

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In an odd coupling, Donna Brazile heads to Fox News as contributor

Donna Brazile, the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, and Fox News appear to be strange bedfellows but that’s not stopping her from joining the conservative-leaning news channel as a contributor. In a post on the Fox News website, Brazile, 59, announced that she is looking forward to sharing her views with the Fox ...

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Michael Wernick: Trudeau loses top civil servant in crisis

Michael Wernick says he will retire because 'mutual trust' has been broken with opposition parties.

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US election 2020: Beto O'Rourke breaks fundraising record

The Democratic rising star has broken the fundraising record previously held by Senator Bernie Sanders.

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Cookstown hotel disco 'crush': Three teens dead

The girl and two boys died after an incident outside a hotel hosting a St Patrick's Day event in Tyrone.

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Booker denounces Trump's rhetoric as 'causing pain and fear'

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke also weighed in on Trump's comments.

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N.C. Central University and Prairie View A&M rep HBCUs in NCAA Basketball Tourney

As the nation falls into the annual sports ritual called NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament — better known as March Madness — it should be remembered that two HBCU teams will have a shot at the Big Dance. But there won’t be any dancing unless they get past the First Four. This is the third year […] The post N.C. Central ...

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Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios acquires award-winning prison drama, ‘Up North’

Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios has acquired eight, one-hour episodes of the gritty prison drama, Up North for global distribution on its streaming services. The post Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios acquires award-winning prison drama, ‘Up North’ appeared first on theGrio.

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High-tech check-ins are fast and efficient — but who can access your information?

"A visitor management system is still a computer, and it still has the same vulnerabilities," said the authors of a study that found multiple issues with the new technology.

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Russia human rights: Chechnya court jails Memorial activist

Oyub Titiev gets four years in prison for possessing illegal drugs - a charge he says was trumped up.

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Third Brexit vote must be different - Speaker

Ministers warn of a crisis after John Bercow says MPs cannot vote again on motion they rejected last week.

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Dutch shooting: Utrecht police arrest suspect after three killed

Three people were killed and five injured in the shooting on a tram in Utrecht.

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George W. Bush says 'immigration is a blessing and a strength' during naturalization ceremony

Bush told the group he hopes "those responsible in Washington can dial down the rhetoric, put politics aside, and modernize our immigration laws soon."

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New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Apple: Your Tuesday Briefing

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Two Texas college football players shot and robbed in Miami

"They’re two fantastic young men, who sure didn’t deserve this senseless act," a former coach tweeted.

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French court convicts African music star of rape

Congolese star Koffi Olomidé is given a two-year suspended jail term by a French court.

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Koffi Olomidé guilty of rape of 15-year-old girl

Congolese star Koffi Olomidé is given a two-year suspended jail term by a French court.

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Áurea Vázquez Rijos: Beauty queen jailed for husband's murder

A Puerto Rican woman has been sentenced for the 2005 killing of her husband that sparked a global manhunt.

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Utrecht Mayor on Tram Shooting

Jan van Zanen, the mayor of the city in the Netherlands where three people were killed Monday, said the authorities think just one gunman was involved and suspect a “terrorist motive” but are still investigating.

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Sexual predator pediatrician gets up to 158 years in prison

“He held himself out as a pillar in his community — a family pediatrician, an elected member of the school board, a regular attendee at church,” the state attorney general said.

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Okwui Enwezor, Curator Who Remapped Art World, Dies at 55

In large shows like Documenta and the Venice Biennale, he put art from around the globe on an equal footing with that of Europe and the United States.

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