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Chinese student kidnapped in Canadian condo garage

TORONTO – A Chinese national study in Canada was shocked several times by a man with a gun in a violent kidnapping in the underground parking garage of his condominium north of Toronto, authorities said Monday. police said Wanzhen Lu, 22, was walking with his friend toward the elevator of the Markham, Ontario building at around 6 pm on Saturday …

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The inside looks during the storm and rescue

CLOSE Norwegian authorities are investigating why Viking Sky cruise ships sailed despite a weather warning, which led to engine failure, a mayday call and air fluctuations. USA TODAY It was meant to be a cruise holiday of their dreams, a journey to see the magical northern rails from Norway. Instead, it sailed in a cruise ship dream. Kill engines. Stranded …

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Family behind Krispy Kreme, Panera Bread admits to Nazi bands

The German family behind Krispy Kreme Donuts, Panera Bread, Pret a Manger and Einstein Bros. Bagels have finally become clean about their reported connection to the Nazis. "It's all right," says Reimann family spokesman Peter Harf, one of two leading partners of JAB Holdings, a private conglomerate. "There is nothing to shine over," he told the German outlet Bild according …

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Why Israel is so good at targeting Hamas

In response to a Hamas rocket strike that hurt seven Israelis, the Israeli armed forces successfully targeted high Hamas facilities across the Gaza Strip. Again, the IDF showed its great knowledge of where Hamas posts are hidden. But how do they feel these places? It is an important issue because the IDF has not removed low-hanging fruit. On the contrary, …

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Mali attack shows the security crisis in the Sahel

In a shaky mobile video seen by CNN, a witness instilled over destroyed homes and around still burning vehicles in Ogossagou, central Mali. Towards the end of the clip, a small body lay dead in the dirt. Many of the victims, according to the UN, were women and children. The UN said armed men, reportedly dressed as hunters, arrived before …

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The United States sends 2 warships through the Taiwan Strait before the China Trade Negotiations

USS Curtis Wilbur, one of two ships passing through the Taiwan Strait on Sunday. (Reuters, File) Two US warships sailed through the Taiwan Strait on Sunday to send a message to the Chinese government for high-level trading between the two nations. US Navy guided missile Destroyer Curtis Wilbur and US Coast Guard cutter Bertholf sailed through the strait, a body …

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Trump campaign sends TV producer Memo Accusing Dems by making "outlandish" claims on the air

The Trump campaign sent a Monday to major television news producers, calling on networks to consider releasing some prominent democrats as guests to "lie to the American people" about the Mueller report, according to a tweet from ABC reporter Meridith McGraw . Having mistakenly claimed that General Barr's 4-sided summary of Mueller's results can only be seen as "a complete …

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Pompeo warns Russia 'to cease its unconstructive behavior' in Venezuela

The United States "will not stand as Russia exacerbates tensions in Venezuela," the statement said. "The continued insertion of Russian military personnel to support the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela risks prolonging the suffering of the Venezuelan people who overwhelmingly support interim President Juan Guaido, "the statement said. Russian planes arrived on Saturday at Simon Bolivar International Airport …

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French Muslim group sues Facebook and YouTube about Christchurch video

The French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) has filed legal papers against the two tech companies about their response to a video of the terrorist attack in the city of Christchurch, in which 50 people were killed. CFCM President Ahmet Ogras told CNN that the organization is taking legal action against Facebook for removing the video fast enough. "This …

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