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Alabama coach Avery Johnson said Monday that both the Crimson Tide and Auburn are working to find a way to help victims of the storm through that game. She pushed her way past sheriff's deputies who tried to keep her out of the damaged area. Three survey teams will be sent out Monday to assess the damage in Autauga, Macon, Lee and Barbour Counties, it said on Twitter.
  • Peru hit by 7.0 magnitude natural disaster

    Peru hit by 7.0 magnitude natural disaster

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    Geologists say damage is unlikely in temblors below magnitude 4.0. It hit in a sparsely populated area in the Andes region. The agency said most big quakes in South America occur at a depth of 70 kilometers or higher.
  • Le fils d'Oussama Ben Laden déchu de sa nationalité saoudienne

    Le fils d'Oussama Ben Laden déchu de sa nationalité saoudienne

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    Les services de renseignement américains considèrent le jeune ben Laden comme le successeur de son père à la tête du djihad mondial. Hamza Ben Laden est activement recherché par les Etats-Unis. Quinzième de la vingtaine d'enfants d'Oussama ben Laden , fils de sa troisième femme, Hamza a été depuis son enfance préparé pour suivre ses pas. Hamza ben Laden a d'ailleurs été déchu de sa nationalité saoudienne, selon le journal officiel saoudien, Umm al-Qura, qui cite le ministère saoudien ...
  • Pakistan has released captured air force pilot to India: Indian media

    Pakistan has released captured air force pilot to India: Indian media

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    Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman's return to India after his 2 days in Pakistan is one of the much awaited news of the today. Some were waving Indian flags, others had them painted on their cheeks. Despite the truce violations, the two neighbors appeared to step back from the brink on Saturday after Islamabad returned a captured Indian pilot.
  • Pakistan to release captured Indian pilot in 'peace gesture'

    Pakistan to release captured Indian pilot in 'peace gesture'

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    Some reports said the pilot is with the Indian officials on the Pakistani side and they will enter to Indian territory after the sunset. Pakistan changed the timing of his handover twice before he was officially handed over to India at around 9.25 pm on Friday after spending over two days in the custody of Pakistani army officials.
  • Trump ordered aide to give Kushner security clearance: NY Times

    Trump ordered aide to give Kushner security clearance: NY Times

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    US President Donald Trump ordered senior White House officials to upgrade his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner top-secret security clearance despite concerns of the intelligence community, media reported. "However, over the past five weeks, the White House has stalled, equivocated, and failed to produce a single document or witness to the Committee", Cummings' said in his March 1 letter.
  • Wilson-Raybould says she was pushed, got veiled threats on SNC-Lavalin

    Wilson-Raybould says she was pushed, got veiled threats on SNC-Lavalin

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    Such a deal would have allowed the company, facing fraud and bribery charges from its dealings in Libya, to avoid a trial that could damage the company and spur layoffs. Ms Wilson-Raybould said that while some discussions about the ramifications of the decision were normal, the pressure went well beyond what was appropriate given her role as attorney general.
  • India, Pak shut down several airports after tension escalates

    India, Pak shut down several airports after tension escalates

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    Leh can expect flights only on Thursday as aircraft operations happen there only till about noon as winds get very strong after that in the valley where the high altitude airport is located. "PAF shot down two Indian aircraft inside Pakistani airspace". One official added that no Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) have been issued yet. Villagers said that Qifayat Hussain, the 20-year-old killed in the crash, worked as a daily wager who affixed metal shutters on shop fronts for a living.
  • UK Parliament holds May to Brexit vow

    UK Parliament holds May to Brexit vow

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    Earlier John McDonnell, the second most powerful man in the Labour Party, gave his strongest indication yet that Labour is close to backing a second public vote and said he would campaign for remain if one is held. Speaking at a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Paris, the French president Emmanuel Macron said: "We would support an extension request only if it was justified by a new choice of the British".
  • Decathlon suspend la commercialisation de son Hijab Running — France

    Decathlon suspend la commercialisation de son Hijab Running — France

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    Invité de la matinale d'Europe 1, le ministre est revenu sur la controverse autour du "hijab" de course , destiné aux femmes voilées et qui devait être mis en vente par Decathlon dans les prochains jours. Quelques heures après son premier communiqué, la direction de Decathlon a finalement pris la décision de renoncer à la commercialisation de son " Hijab de course ".
  • Pakistan Claims Downing of 2 Indian Fighter Jets in Kashmir

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    India, earlier on Wednesday, shut several airports in the northern part of the country temporarily, leading to dozens of domestic flight cancellations after Pakistani warplanes crossed a disputed border into the Indian side of Kashmir . Two Indian air force jets then responded, crossing the de facto border that divides Kashmir. "We have an evacuation plan in place and if the need arises we will evacuate people to safer areas", he said.
  • Cardinal Pell to spend first night in jail

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    Angry protesters called Cardinal George Pell a "maggot" and a "monster" Wednesday as he arrived in court, possibly for the last time as a free man, in a last-ditch push for bail while he appeals his historic conviction for child sex crimes.
  • Woman, Daughter Accused Of Murdering Five Relatives

    Woman, Daughter Accused Of Murdering Five Relatives

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    She claimed one of the victims, Jamilla Campbell , 42, killed two other victims before she herself was slain. Eventually, the mother and daughter's story changed, and Shana told investigators that her family members wanted to die, claiming they were all talking about suicide, according to court documents.