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The reward is being given to anyone in the world who may be able to provide information on Mr Toledo. It was revealed by Interior Minister Carlos Basombrio on Friday morning in an interview with Canal N television. Toledo's wife, Eliane Karp, said that her husband would "gladly" return to the country "if there were guarantees of an impartial and non-politicized justice".
  • 4 wounded in Petah Tikva shooting attack in Israel

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    A man told medical personnel that he had been stabbed in the neck while attempting to apprehend the assailant before police arrived. Israeli police spokesman, Micky Rosenfeld, said the man from the occupied West Bank city of Nablus in the West Bank opened fire with an automatic weapon.
  • Snowstorm Timeline: When will the snow start?

    Snowstorm Timeline: When will the snow start?

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    Another round of snow could hit the area on Friday night or early Saturday , Travis said, but it would be light and "nothing like what we're going to see tomorrow". "Widespread 8-14" of snow expected for most of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Road treatments held up through the night. In inland areas, mixed precipitation begins early Tuesday but should change to plain rain by noon.
  • Iran's Supreme Leader Thanks Trump, Shrugging Off US 'Threats'

    Iran's Supreme Leader Thanks Trump, Shrugging Off US 'Threats'

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    In his first speech since Trump's inauguration, Khamenei said on Tuesday that Trump represents the "real face" of American corruption, Reuters reports. Although, Iran said the test was not a breach of the 2015 United Nations resolution, Trump's sanctions affect companies from the Persian Gulf to China .
  • Nigerian President Extends Leave in United Kingdom for Medical Tests

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    The situation was escalated after Buhari, on Sunday, February 5, announced an indefinite extension of his medical leave. "There will be more of such meetings in the other states that are yet to be visited", he said. His Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Mr Femi Adesina disclosed this in a three-paragraph statement on Sunday. He said that Nigerians have the right to list what they wanted the President to do when he is back home.
  • Australia Shocked After Inquiry Reveals Scale of Child Abuse by Catholic Priests

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    Lawyers released the statistics during the opening address of a hearing of Australia's Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. No wonder the church's representative, Truth, Justice and Healing Council spokesman Francis Sullivan , wept as he made a statement to the Royal Commission on Monday, admitting to the world what the Catholic Church has done.
  • Sarkozy to face trial for fraud in 2012 campaign

    Sarkozy to face trial for fraud in 2012 campaign

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    Sarkozy and 13 others are expected to stand trial over the Bygmalion scandal. If you want to receive Breaking News alerts via email, or on a smartphone or tablet via the BBC News App then details on how to do so are available on this help page .
  • Queen Elizabeth marks 65 years on Britain's throne

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    That meant the young Princess Elizabeth came to the throne in sad circumstances, having lost her much-beloved father at the age of just 25. Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 90th birthday past year on her actual birthday with beacon lighting and a black-tie dinner for family and friends in Windsor.
  • Record number of children killed in Afghanistan conflict in 2016, United Nations says

    Record number of children killed in Afghanistan conflict in 2016, United Nations says

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    A total of 3,498 civilians were killed and 7,920 were wounded in conflicts there in 2016 - a combined increase of three percent over the previous year - United Nations investigators said. "The killing and maiming of thousands of Afghan civilians is deeply harrowing and largely preventable", Yamamoto said while sharing the findings of the report with the press in Kabul on Monday.
  • Murder Suspect Killed Jogger Because He 'Was Angry'

    Murder Suspect Killed Jogger Because He 'Was Angry'

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    This undated photo was posted to Karina Vetrano's Instagram account, who went for a jog Tuesday and was later found dead by her father. Vetrano's family raised over $285,000 in reward money as well. Richard Lewis called his son "wonderful" and refused to believe the accusations, tells reporters, "Whatever I heard, he wouldn't have done it". Police sources said that Lewis confessed to the crime and that there was no motive other than Lewis was "unhinged" and apparently upset there were so ...
  • Gasoline prices decline in NY state, US

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    Joseph prices average less at $2.20, up almost a dime from a week ago. AAA says increased USA crude oil production combined with lower demand is pushing the price lower - though it's still significantly higher than a year ago at this time when the average here in the First State was just $1.76.
  • Russell Square killer had been taken to mosque, not hospital

    Russell Square killer had been taken to mosque, not hospital

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    He had been charged with murder and attempted murder but the court accepted his plea. At the Old Bailey on Monday, he also pleaded guilty to five counts of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Det. Insp. Tony Lynes said the incident had sparked huge fears because of concern it was linked to terrorism. The couple was due to fly home the next day.
  • NZ role in huge Aussie drug bust

    NZ role in huge Aussie drug bust

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    A record 1.4 tons of cocaine with an estimated street value of 312 million Australian dollars (239 million USA dollars) has been seized from a yacht off the New South Wales south coast, the Australian Federal Police have announced Monday. Continue reading and see more photographs at the Daily Telegraph . On Friday, February 3, Geraghty and Willcox travelled from Sydney to the NSW South Coast, where they met a Wren.
  • Shahid Afridi wants Kashmir issue resolved, free from 'suffering and brutality'

    Shahid Afridi wants Kashmir issue resolved, free from 'suffering and brutality'

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    Kashmiri resistance groups in Jammu and Kashmir have been fighting against Indian rule for independence, or for unification with neighboring Pakistan. The speakers highlighted various dimensions of the Jammu and Kashmir issue, including the legitimate struggle of the oppressed people for their right to self-determination and the gross human rights violations being committed by India in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Panneerselvam quits, Sasikala elected AIADMK LP leader

    Panneerselvam quits, Sasikala elected AIADMK LP leader

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    In December past year, four State Ministers had asked Sasikala to become the Chief Minister, besides AIADMK general secretary. She praised Panneerselvam who, she said, stood loyal whenever the party faced tough times and when there were difficulties in Jayalalithaa continuing as the chief minister.
  • Australia progress to Davis Cup quarter-finals with flawless display

    Australia progress to Davis Cup quarter-finals with flawless display

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    Thompson's 7-6 6-2 win over Jan Satral ensured a 4-1 result for Australia . Vesely earned the Czechs' only point of the tie when he downed Sam Groth , who substituted Nick Kyrgios, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 in Sunday's other reverse singles. "The boys came out and did all the hard preparation and it's nice to know that all the hard work paid off", said Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt.
  • Tammy Baldwin will oppose SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch

    Tammy Baldwin will oppose SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch

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    Gorsuch also clerked for the Justice earlier in his career, and this familiarity may give Justice Kennedy enough confidence in the Court to retire. He noted that "Justice Breyer observed that the vacancy is not impacting the ability of the court to do its job".