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Firefighters reported at 11:09 p.m. that fire was knocked down. As reported by CBS 8 Las Vegas Now , the Clark County Fire Department believes the fire may have started in the area's decorative styrofoam. and Chanel, but operations weren't interrupted at the casino and the 36-story hotel. A cause wasn't immediately known. Operations were not interrupted in the posh Bellagio casino or the 36-story hotel with almost 4,000 rooms, said Yvette Monet, spokeswoman for owner MGM Resorts ...
  • G-7 ministers appeal to Russian Federation on Syria but reject sanctions

    G-7 ministers appeal to Russian Federation on Syria but reject sanctions

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    He also announced that Russian Federation will ask the United Nations to investigate the chemical attack that took place in the Idlib province of Syria. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson carries a unified message from world powers to Moscow, denouncing Russian support for Syria and taking up America's traditional role as leader of the West on behalf of the Trump administration.
  • Amnesty says Botswana executed 1 criminal in 2016

    Amnesty says Botswana executed 1 criminal in 2016

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    The report also revealed that Vietnam has been killing hundreds of its citizens for several years without stating how many have died. But the country continues to execute those who have committed offenses that do not meet the threshold of "most serious crimes", including for drugs and arson.
  • New York on verge of tuition-free college for middle class

    New York on verge of tuition-free college for middle class

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    About 940,000 families will qualify for free tuition at all City University of New York ( CUNY ) and State University of New York ( SUNY ) two- and four-year colleges in New York State. The legislation provides $8 million to promote online educational resources. But int terms of free college tuition, NY is far ahead of California. As with New York's scholarship, Raimondo has proposed the scholarship as a "last dollar" program.
  • One For Arthur wins the 170th Grand National

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    One For Arthur stayed on best of them all to give Scotland only its second ever victor in the Randox Health Grand National at Aintree. Punters who put money on Kinross-trained One For Arthur saw their patriotism pay off when the eight-year-old stormed to victory at Aintree.
  • Trump to Congress: 'US will take additional action in Syria as necessary'

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    Despite the criticism from Moscow, U.S. President Donald Trump told Congress on Saturday night that America is prepared to take further military action in Syria if necessary. "Tremendous goodwill and friendship was formed, but only time will tell on trade". Sunday's Abe-Trump conversation also comes as a U.S. Navy carrier group headed to the Korean Peninsula amid signs that Pyongyang is preparing for a sixth nuclear test.
  • Airbnb bans host who made racist remark, referenced Trump

    Airbnb bans host who made racist remark, referenced Trump

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    Dyne, apparently, texted her host to say that she and a few friends were on their way when she received the message, " I wouldn't rent it to u if u were the last person on earth ". A newly-released video of Suh and her friends, taken as the ordeal was unfolding, tells a more complete story of the would-be ski weekend. A woman was left stranded and in tears after she was denied an Airbnb by a Trump-supporting host during a snowstorm because she was Asian.
  • Trump to Abe: US to boost military defense against NKorea

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    At a White House meeting with CEOs of major US companies, Trump said he would discuss the North Korean nuclear threat at the summit after defining it as a "humanity problem". While Tillerson's statement was unusually short and vague, experts in South Korea and Japan saw it as a sign of consistency on how the United States under President Donald Trump will deal with North Korea as it speeds up its nuclear weapon and missile developments.
  • India extends $4.5 billion line of credit to Bangladesh

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    Both the countries inked a pact on the defence cooperation framework apart from signing an agreement for extending defence Line of Credit (LOC) of Dollars 500 million. "We discussed the sharing of common rivers, including the Teesta, the Padma-Ganga barrage and inland waterways", Hasina said about her meeting with Modi.
  • 1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida

    1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida

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    About an hour after the shooting, a few people still in workout attire were outside the gym. "The first sounded like something heavy had just dropped, and then there were three or four more and I grabbed my towel", said Reyes, who was standing barefoot outside the gym after scrounging some sweat trousers and a T-shirt to wear.
  • Hack caused Dallas' emergency sirens to sound in error

    Hack caused Dallas' emergency sirens to sound in error

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    City spokeswoman Sana Syed said officials believe the hack came from the Dallas area. The rush of inquiries caused a backlog, forcing some callers to wait up to six minutes to speak with emergency personnel. Saturday, not 1:20 p.m. Vaz said city officials have asked the Federal Communications Commission for help in determining who was behind the hack. A Google Trends feature revealed that the peak time people were searching online for information on why the sirens were blaring was at 11:48 p.m.
  • Samsung kicks off preorders for Galaxy S8

    Samsung kicks off preorders for Galaxy S8

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    The smartphone will draw power from a 3,300mAh battery with fast charging support (100 percent in 100 minutes). It is available in Black, White and Gold colour variants. The device would run on Android 7.0 Nougat with Oxygen OS ski, according to GizmoChina . It also includes a fingerprint scanner and other popular sensors such as an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, digital compass, gyroscope, and proximity sensor.
  • More than half of Americans approve of Obamacare now

    More than half of Americans approve of Obamacare now

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    Are policymakers listening? In a recent poll, more than nine in 10 registered voters said that health insurance companies should include coverage for emergency medical care. The answer Trump won't be able to give them is why he and the GOP didn't do anything to prevent its collapse, as they promised they would. Members of the House Freedom Caucus, a conservative faction in the House, are now trying to convince the rest of the GOP conference that this change can reduce insurance premiums for ...
  • Davis Cup: Djokovic gives Serbia 1-0 lead over Spain

    Davis Cup: Djokovic gives Serbia 1-0 lead over Spain

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    A win will send Serbia through to a September semifinal against France or Britain. In Brisbane 28-time winners Australia host the United States, Davis Cup champions on a record 32 occasions. His only loss during that stretch was against Andy Murray in the 2015 final. "I haven't had too many matches recently, and that's what I need to get back in shape, " Djokovic said Tuesday.
  • Russia ups ante by freezing communications with US in Syria

    Russia ups ante by freezing communications with US in Syria

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    The so-called deconfliction line has been a lifesaving - albeit imperfect - tool since it was set up soon after Russian Federation entered Syria´s civil war in late 2015 to prop up President Bashar al-Assad. Washington says Syrian government forces carried out a poison gas attack in northern Syria this week that killed at least 70 people. Also, the strikes took out the air defense system, all the aircraft hangers and the petroleum storage.
  • Vehicle driven into pedestrians on Stockholm street, 3 dead

    Vehicle driven into pedestrians on Stockholm street, 3 dead

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    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte called the attack "terrible news" and said he had conveyed his country's condolences to his Swedish counterpart. Swedish broadcaster SVT said shots were fired at the scene. As news spread, Stockholm was placed into lockdown, with police telling the public to avoid the city centre. All trains to and from the main station were halted and several large shopping malls in Stockholm were shut down.
  • South Africa's ANC backs Zuma in reshuffle dispute

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    It says there were no injuries. The NWC meeting came as the ANC tries to present a united front after the cabinet reshuffle‚ which has sparked widespread protests and anger among the ruling party. Similar bids have failed to muster the needed votes to oust Zuma in the past. The president has been accused of being in the sway of the wealthy Gupta business family, allegedly granting them influence over government appointments, contracts and state-owned businesses.
  • Hundreds march in Amsterdam to support beaten gay couple

    Hundreds march in Amsterdam to support beaten gay couple

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    Ronnie Sewratan-Vernes - one of the two who was beaten up on Sunday - has expressed his gratitude for the show of solidarity. Over the weekend, Jasper Vernes-Sewratan and Ronnie Sewratan-Vernes were attacked by a group of around six to eight youths as they walked hand-in-hand through the streets of Arnhem.
  • Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

    Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

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    Police in India are working to determine the identity of a girl found living in a forest with a group of monkeys. Authorities say she seemed comfortable among the apes and that they have no idea how she ended up in the wild at Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary , close to the border with Nepal, or how long she has been there.
  • White House invites lawmakers to see intelligence material

    White House invites lawmakers to see intelligence material

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    Not only that but the Russians' knowledge about what Flynn had said left him open to blackmail, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned. In his daily press briefing Tuesday, press secretary Sean Spicer doubled down, calling the Post story "100 percent false" and saying that it would be "great" if Nunes reschedules her hearing.
  • Longmont weather: Sunny skies with a high of 55

    Longmont weather: Sunny skies with a high of 55

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    South southwest wind 10 to 14 miles per hour. Northwest winds will gust to around 30 miles per hour during the day on Saturday . Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 58. The minuses will consist of lots of clouds, a brisk breeze and much cooler temperatures, probably to the tune of 15- to 20-degrees cooler than the last few days.
  • US, Russia Trade Claims About Who Used Chemical Weapons in Syria

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    Turkish experts evacuate a victim, Tuesday, April 4, 2017, of alleged chemical weapons attacks in Syrian city of Idlib, at a local hospital in Reyhanli, Hatay, Turkey. "One of the things I think you've noticed about me is militarily, I don't like to say where I'm going and what I'm doing", Trump said. "I like to think of myself as a very flexible person".
  • European stock markets mostly higher before U.S. data, Fed minutes

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    The Fed bought Treasury and mortgage-backed bonds on an unprecedented scale in the wake of the financial crisis to help keep interest rates low to spur hiring and growth. Fed officials have suggested they might raise rates two, perhaps three, more times in 2017, depending on who is speaking. An approach that phased out reinvestments was seen as reducing the risks of triggering financial market volatility or of potentially sending misleading signals about the Committee's policy intentions ...
  • Babies in Canada, UK and Italy cry more than elsewhere

    Babies in Canada, UK and Italy cry more than elsewhere

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    The study showed, on average, babies cry for around two hours per day at two weeks of age. Lead researcher Professor Dieter Wolke, from the University of Warwick, who has compiled the chart said: "Babies are already very different in how much they cry in the first weeks of life - there are large but normal variations".
  • Fire hits Dubai high-rise complex near world's tallest tower

    Fire hits Dubai high-rise complex near world's tallest tower

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    It said there were no injuries. The newspaper said the blaze, which broke out at 5:40 a.m. local time (0240 UTC) was confined to its lower floors and took three hours to bring under control. Emaar, which built both the Dubai Mall and the tower struck by the 2015 blaze, issued a statement saying it was "awaiting the final report" of investigators.
  • Mulayam's daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav calls for ballot paper elections

    Mulayam's daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav calls for ballot paper elections

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    An assembly bypoll is due in Ater seat of Bhind district on April 9 where VVPAT-enabled machines would be used and a demonstration in front of state Chief Electoral Officer was part of the familiarisation exercise for poll officials. The trial on the EVMs were being conducted before the Ater bypolls in Madhya Pradesh. He asked why was it that every defective machine favoured the BJP and not any other political party.
  • Sindhu conquers Marin to bag maiden India Open title

    Sindhu conquers Marin to bag maiden India Open title

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    However, it was the Indian shuttler, who won their last meeting, at the Dubai World Superseries Finals previous year, exacting revenge for her disappointing defeat in Rio de Janeiro. I hope I get all the support, ' said Sindhu, who's only Super Series title so far has come in China. With the scores level at 19-19, Sindhu launched into the offensive and grabbed the first set 21-19 with two last points.
  • Israeli talks on settlement construction suspended

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    Almost 400,000 Jewish settlers are now living in the West Bank along with 2.8 million Palestinians. Since Washington holds the key to the problem, unless it takes a decisive position, conforms with worldwide legitimacy, against Israel's settlement activities and myriad other abuses, the latter will not stop its illegal acts.
  • China Hopes India Will Cancel Dalai Lama's 'Activities in India', Says Envoy

    China Hopes India Will Cancel Dalai Lama's 'Activities in India', Says Envoy

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    In October a year ago, when Beijing first protested the Dalai Lama's planned northeast India trip, Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup asserted that his country would not bar the Nobel Peace laureate from visiting the region. Beijing says India need not worry about China-Pakistan Economic Corridor work because it will not affect its policy on the Kashmir issue. 'They readily allowed us in, received us warmly, and today I can tell you that I am the longest guest of the Indian ...
  • Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins confirmed in Oklahoma March 15

    Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins confirmed in Oklahoma March 15

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    Cummins has been added him to the state's top 10 most wanted' list. FILE - In this undated file photo released by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations shows Elizabeth Thomas in Tennessee. Authorities have sent out an Amber Alert for the victim, though authorities expressed that no tips had so far been successful because people were not reporting leads fast enough, according to The Tennessean .
  • Mexican state attorney general arrested for drug trafficking

    Mexican state attorney general arrested for drug trafficking

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    Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have arrested a Mexican prosecutor suspected of involvement in the production and trafficking of illegal drugs including heroin and cocaine into the United States, authorities said Wednesday. Mexican officials said the arrest was "news we did not expect" and noted that they had no other information until USA officials release more information.
  • Hillary Clinton calls Trump's budget a 'grave mistake'

    Hillary Clinton calls Trump's budget a 'grave mistake'

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    Hillary Clinton popped up in Washington , not far from her old stomping grounds at the State Department, to hand out awards to women leaders advancing global peace on Friday. From there Clinton remained largely on subject, rounding out the speech with her familiar call to arms for the rights of women and girls. "The State Department, USAID, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Peace Corps and other development agencies are critical to preventing conflict and reducing the need to put our men ...
  • Merkel's party had strong showing in regional vote

    Merkel's party had strong showing in regional vote

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    Side-by-side we campaigned here, both the federal party and us. The Social Democrats were left to explain why they managed slightly less than 30 percent of the vote. The ultrarightist, anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) garnered 6 per cent of the votes, giving it seats in 11 of Germany's 16 state parliaments after gaining access past year to the parliaments in Saxony-Anhalt and Baden Wurttemberg.
  • Trump thumps Freedom Caucus over health care

    Trump thumps Freedom Caucus over health care

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    This bill doesn't lower premiums, and probably most importantly, this bill doesn't unite Republicans and the American people", Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan told Fox News' "America's Newsroom . He also backed the caucus on Twitter as well. "I don't want that to happen". But Republicans can't go back to their voters and say they've given up.
  • Hollande calls on constructive Brexit talks

    Hollande calls on constructive Brexit talks

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    European officials have warned that resolving complex trade issues will take longer than the two-year Brexit timeframe. She also highlights global cooperation with Italy in " La Repubblica ". May's six-page letter triggering two years of divorce negotiations makes 11 references to security, and said that without a good deal, "our cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism would be weakened".
  • UN chief backs fight against IS during Iraq visit

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    UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrived in Iraq on Thursday in a visit aimed at assessing the growing humanitarian crisis as Iraqi and allied forces, backed by US-led airstrikes, fight to recapture the northern city of Mosul from extremist "Islamic State" (IS) militants.