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The other is in critical condition in a Macon hospital, according to authorities. Both were shot while responding to a call about a domestic dispute, Miles said. By early afternoon, police had set up roadblocks in and out of the city as they searched for the suspect , who had not been captured as of Wednesday evening.
  • How Trump plans to punish firms that leave US

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    But he also said he would charge a hefty 35% tax for "any business that leaves our country for another country, fires its employees, [or] builds a new factory or plant in the other country, and ... This plea doesn't quite match Trump's tough campaign promise to "tax the hell out of [Carrier]" if they leave. Among them are self-described socialist and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and 2008 GOP vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin , who suggest the deal was an ...
  • Mailbag: Constitution mandates Electoral College (Nov. 30)

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    It also argues that the President-elect is "unfit to serve". During the Constitutional Convention, the smaller states were concerned that a system that relied on popular votes would give too much power to the large states. There isn't any elected office in the nation, be it county level, city level, state level, national level, where this is true. Recently, one courageous Republican elector in Texas, resigned from his position as elector because he could not in good conscience bring ...
  • 'Over 1.40 lakh persons carry HIV in Tamil Nadu'

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    Today, we reaffirm and redouble our commitment to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030, the Global Goal target agreed to by 193 United Nations member states. The Committee also invites each and every one, in this African Year of Human Rights, to engage in promoting, protecting, and ensuring respect for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Sanchez Bags Hat-trick As Arsenal Thrash West Ham

    Sanchez Bags Hat-trick As Arsenal Thrash West Ham

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    Arsenal moved ahead when Chile global Sanchez capitalised on an error from Angelo Ogbonna to tee up Mesut Ozil for his eighth strike in all competitions this term - equalling the total he managed in the entire 2015-16 season. Five minutes later Arsenal went ahead after Angelo Ogbonna's ill-advised pass out of defence was charged down by Francis Coquelin. He did so in double-quick time as well, with the target found three times in the space of just 14 second-half minutes.
  • Slager Trial Deadlocked, Desires to Continue Deliberations

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    A judge is considering whether jurors will visit the spot where Slager is accused of shooting and killing Walter Scott, an unarmed black man during a traffic stop in North Charleston. Concerned about whether that means the jury is definitely deadlocked , the judge has sent a clerk to speak with the foreman. In this image from video, Walter Scott struggles with police officer Michael Thomas Slager in Charleston, S.C., on April 4, 2015.
  • The Brazilian Soccer Team's Home Town Has Begun 30 Days of Mourning

    The Brazilian Soccer Team's Home Town Has Begun 30 Days of Mourning

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    The private plane with 77 on board including a football team, Chapecoense de Brasil, was headed to Colombia's Medellin global airport when it crashed around 10:15pm local time, according to a statement issued by the airport. "What was supposed to be a celebration has turned into a tragedy", Medellin Mayor Federico Gutierrez said from the search and rescue command centre.
  • Austria's Sunday presidential election with an eye on Brexit and Trump's victory

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    Hofer lost out to Van der Bellen in the first presidential elections in May. "It is also about the direction in which our country will go". Whatever the outcome, tired Austrian voters hope it will at least bring to an end an election that has dragged on for nearly a year after a comedy of errors that prompted some Austrian media to call the country a "banana republic".
  • Death toll from Australia's thunderstorm asthma reaches 8

    Death toll from Australia's thunderstorm asthma reaches 8

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    An extra 60 ambulances were deployed, as well as police and firefighters. A wild thunderstorm hit Melbourne on Monday night, causing widespread asthma attacks across the city. Stephenson said, " We essentially had a day's workload within five hours ". Also, some of those affected would not have suspected asthma because they had never been diagnosed with the condition.
  • Iraq's special forces control 19 Mosul neighborhoods

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    Lise Grande's comments on November 30 come as Iraqi government forces, backed by Shi'ite militias, Kurdish fighters, and US air power, continue their advance within the city. "When the weather is like this they take advantage", said Maan al-Saadi, a commander of the elite Counter Terrorism Service (CTS), which is fighting inside the city as it advances from the east.
  • Lawsuits seek to block or halt Wisconsin, Michigan recounts

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    The lawsuit was filed in the Michigan Court of Appeals on Friday after the Board of State Canvassers was found to be deadlocked on the issue, allowing a recount effort to resume next week. Pending court action, the recount is now set to begin early next week. Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in MI by 10,700 votes. Stein paid a recount filing fee of close to $1 million.
  • Parents disarmed their son who brought guns to Utah school

    Parents disarmed their son who brought guns to Utah school

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    Bountiful police have released the 911 call a Mueller Park Junior High teacher made after a 15-year-old student allegedly brought two guns into the school Thursday. His parents were soon there, police said, and immediately "disarmed him, then physically detained him". He did not point the shotgun at any other pupil.
  • France's Hollande and his premier weigh presidential bids

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    Just two weeks ago polls showed Juppé, a centrist with bipartisan appeal, with a comfortable lead. "I will take up an unusual challenge for France to tell the truth and to completely change its software". Fillon, in a speech last week, had said, " when you enter someone else's house you do not take over ". Both on Sunday reaffirmed that they would run in the presidentials and bypass the Socialist party's primaries - guaranteeing a split vote on the left.
  • Thai cabinet paves way for prince's endorsement as king

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    Thailand's latest succession was originally expected to pass through parliament on the same day as King Bhumibol died, but the crown prince was reported to have asked for an indefinite postponement to allow him more time to share "the grief with the Thai people".
  • Ukip elects Paul Nuttall as new party leader

    Ukip elects Paul Nuttall as new party leader

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    The winning candidate of that election, Diane James , then resigned after just18 days, declaring that she never really wanted the job. Though an effective leader for the party, Farage made party loyalists bristle through his cozy relationship with Trump in recent weeks.
  • Abbas unanimously re-elected Fatah party chief

    Abbas unanimously re-elected Fatah party chief

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    The hundreds of delegates stood up and applauded Mr Abbas , who then hugged Mr Zanoun. While the elections are expected to bring some new faces into the leadership structure, the conference's main objective appears to be aimed at blocking the return of Abbas' exiled rival, Mohammad Dahlan, who was ejected from the party.