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DC Circuit Tosses Murder Conviction of Ex-Blackwater Guard


A federal appeals court has overturned the first-degree murder conviction of a former Blackwater security contractor. The court also ordered re-sentencing for three others convicted of manslaughter in the case - Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard, who had previously been given 30-year sentences. Read More »

Europol launches crowd-searching for most wanted fugitives


Comical postcards asking fugitives to return to their lands where they are "most wanted" are part of the European Police's lighthearted awareness campaign to bring back their escaped inmates. He is wanted for crimes including murder, drug trafficking and robbery. "Come back to enjoy them-we'll have a nice surprise in store for you". "Come late at night, we will be waiting for you", from Romanian forces to suspected money launderer Gheorghe Clapon. Read More »

Motorcyclists Help Kid Being Bullied at School


She says it was so bad he told her he contemplated suicide. The motorcycles' roar was hard to miss as they arrived, Principal Matt Vince said, recalling how the sound reverberated off the exterior brick walls. "I've got a bunch of big-hearted bikers that are good friends of mine", Warfield said. Phil Mick is one of those several cases which are on the receiving side of disgusting human behaviour. Read More »

Rime Gets a Release Date for Nintendo Switch; Not Launching Until November


After a protracted and turbulent development process, it came out the other end living up to much of the initial promise from its gorgeous announcement trailer, all those years ago. Tumbleseed, which was $14.99 Dollars should now be available for $9.99 USD for those in North America, however, at the time of writing this article, the eShop hasn't been updated to reflect this. Read More »

United States aims to rally Asean against North Korea


The ARF comprises the 10 members of ASEAN - Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, plus ASEAN dialogue partners - Australia, Canada, China, the European Union, India, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea and the United States, and Papua New Guinea, East Timor, Pakistan, the DPRK, Sri Lanka, Mongolia and Bangladesh. Read More »

What Are Analysts Suggestions On Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT)


It has underperformed by 2.87% the S&P500. (CASH) stake by 24.06% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. Wal now has $243.65 billion valuation. The stock increased 0.04% or $0.03 during the last trading session, reaching $80.53. The stock has "Outperform" rating by Macquarie Research on Friday, July 24. The company had revenue of $116.53 billion during the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $117.01 billion. Read More »

Korea slams United States over travel ban

North Korea's doors are still open to USA tourists, Pyongyang said Friday, despite Washington banning its citizens from travelling there following the death of a USA student who had been jailed in the country. All U.S. tourists who are now in the country will need to leave by that date. The DPRK will become the only country that USA passport holders are forbidden to travel to. Read More »

Treehouse Foods, Inc. (NYSE:THS): Are Traders Shorting This Stock?


The stock sank -7.63% last month and is up 0.25 this year. Israel Discount Bank of NY bought a new stake in Treehouse Foods during the first quarter valued at $140,000. The firm's revenue for the quarter was down 1.2% on a year-over-year basis. During the same period past year, the business posted $0.54 earnings per share. Read More »

What is happening to Waterloo station and how you will be affected


With 270,000 passengers per day - 130,000 during the peak rush hour of 7am-10am - rail bosses are urging travellers to consider taking holiday, working from home or changing their travel times while the work is being carried out. The new trains will operate on the Windsor, Reading and west London suburban routes, and will start to come online from mid-2019, with a full rollout expected by December 2020, Bombardier stated. Read More »

Le salaire minimum entre en vigueur dans le canton de Neuchâtel


En mars, le Tribunal fédéral a refusé le recours de six députés qui contestaient un arrêt de la Cour constitutionnelle du Tribunal cantonal jurassien. Le canton de Neuchâtel est le premier à introduire un salaire minimum en Suisse. Le Tessin a suivi en 2015. D'autres cantons comme les cantons de Genève, de Vaud et du Valais ont en revanche refusé des projets similaires. Read More »

Employee shot multiple times in Burger King shooting


Thursday. The victim was life flighted to the hospital but was in stable condition according to Whitwell. The victim told the man he would buy him some food but would not give him any money. He also matched the physical description the victim had provided. The victim's stolen property was not recovered. Police said there had been disciplinary issues with one of the employees but details on what those issues are weren't known. Read More »

Police probe fatal wrong-way crash on I-495


One victim was found dead at the scene of the crash, and another was taken to the hospital. The adult male driving the truck was rushed to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester with serious injuries. "At this time we believe the deceased victim was the driver who was going the wrong way", Procopio said in an e-mail. All three northbound lanes on the highway were close by state police, causing heavy traffic delays. Read More »

Vicente Fox drops f-bomb on CNN


He appeared on Fox Business with Maria Bartiromo in May and said, "We are not paying, I am not going to pay for that fucking wall". "What's the reason?" he continued. In an interview with Fox Business Network a year ago, the former Mexican leader also said that his country would not pay for "that f-- wall". In the call, Trump urged the Mexican leader to stop publicly saying that his country will not pay for the project. Read More »

Body of youth who fell into valley in Maharashtra's Amboli recovered


The two deceased were part of a seven-member group who were working at a poultry farm in Kolhapur. Both of them were apparently trying to perform risky stunts after entering the danger zone. In February, a auto shot off the road and fell 25 feet at midnight, when the driver lost control of the vehicle, a report said. The video was captured by their friends as the two men lost balance and fell off the fence 2,000 feet above a rivulet among rocky boulders. Read More »

NTSB Probes Gas Explosion at Minneapolis School That Killed Two


The statement also says Duffey will need more surgery. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), known for investigating plane and train crashes, sent an investigative team to the school. The company did not say how many of its employees were hurt at Minnehaha Academy on Wednesday. The company was issued a permit in June for "gas piping and hooking up meter" at the school, according to city records. Read More »

Three thrashed over suspected beef transportation in Bihar


Protestors said the blockade was meant to ensure the closure of an illegal slaughterhouse, from where the meat was procured. They also confiscated the truck, besides initiating a probe. "Similar incidents were reported from Shahpur in 2009 and 2014", said Daya Shanker, Sub Divisional Police Officer (SDPO), Jagdishpur told the daily. Police suspect that the truck, which was bound for West Bengal, was carrying buffalo meat. Read More »

Maoists hijack train in Bihar to lure security forces for ambush

The Maoists laid seized for nearly six hours and fled only after more than 150 commandos of 207 Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) reached the spot from Jamui district on foot. Lakhisarai SP Arvind Thakur said that normalcy has been restored after the night long operation. "Two companies of CRPF in Lakhisarai were also pressed into action but forces from Jamui were roped in as the area was nearer to its border", he added. Read More »

Senate GOP sees no path on health care, despite Trump prods


Another danger is that Mr. Trump and his health and human services secretary, Tom Price , could try to pre-emptively weaken the marketplaces through administrative measures. The process is expected to take about two weeks, which would be right around August 16. For most people with marketplace coverage, this premium increase will be matched by tax credits so the government will pick up the difference. Read More »