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A dutch policeman told Buzzfeed that they made some arrangement for Annie and took her to the police station after picking up from her house. The weird photo shoot was organised by Annie's niece, who got in touch with the Politie Nijmegen-Zuid force in the east of the Netherlands.
  • Mexico won't accept Trump's 'unilateral' immigration rules

    Mexico won't accept Trump's 'unilateral' immigration rules

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Mexico to visit with officials there about President Trump's immigration and trade orders affecting that country. Mexican officials have vehemently rejected that idea as well. Under the new guidelines, all federal immigration officers can now conduct an "expedited removal" anywhere in the US against people who arrived in the U.S.in the previous two years.
  • Serbian president posthumously decorates Russia's United Nations rep

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    He was taken to hospital on Monday, where he died, Russia's deputy United Nations ambassador Vladimir Safronkov said . Churkin would have turned 65 Tuesday. "The loss sustained by Russian Federation is grave and irreplaceable", Pyotr Ilyichev, Churkin's deputy, said in a statement . Churkin, who became the Russian permanent representative to the United Nations since 2006, reportedly died of an apparent heart attack in NY on Monday morning at the age of 64.
  • When Drones Got You Down, Call In the Eagles

    When Drones Got You Down, Call In the Eagles

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    The French have been concerned since early 2015, when drones flew over the presidential palace and a restricted military site, according to Agence France-Presse. The bird covered 200 meters in 20 seconds, slamming into a drone, then diving with the wreckage into the tall grass. A team of four eagles is being trained to bring down remote-controlled drones when they stray into unauthorised airspace.
  • Brit Awards 2017: Skepta Performance Censorship Sparks Social Media Backlash

    Brit Awards 2017: Skepta Performance Censorship Sparks Social Media Backlash

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    The girls were beaten by One Direction's History in the Best Video category for their single Hair with Sean Paul, with the award decided by an online Twitter viewer vote. Grime artists Stormzy and Kano are also awards contenders, reflecting the growing artistic and commercial clout of the distinctly British rap genre.
  • Supreme Court hears Mexican citizen's case

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    Hearing arguments in Washington, the justices weighed an appeal from the parents of Sergio Hernandez, a Mexican teenager who was shot to death by a U.S. According to Mesa and the federal government, Mesa was detaining one of Hernandez's companions on the US side of the border, when Hernandez and the other teenagers started throwing rocks at Hernandez.
  • Showdown looms for protesters near site of Dakota Access pipeline

    Showdown looms for protesters near site of Dakota Access pipeline

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    Protesters and law enforcement have clashed multiple times and hundreds have been arrested since demonstrations began in August. Wednesday was deadline day for a protest encampment near the Dakota Access Pipeline. Over the 10-month course of the protests, more than 700 people were arrested, including Green Party presidential candidateJill Stein and actressShailene Woodley.
  • Jewish Community Center In Houston Responds To "Non-Credible" Bomb Threat

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    In total, 69 incidents have now been reported targeting 54 Jewish community centers in 27 states this year, according to CNN . White House press secretary Sean Spicer responded to the nationwide threats, saying: 'Hatred and hate-motivated violence of any kind have no place in a country founded on the promise of individuals freedom'.
  • London mayor: 'Cruel' Trump should be denied state visit

    London mayor: 'Cruel' Trump should be denied state visit

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    According to recent reports , the British Parliament is debating on whether they should proceed with the invitation for U.S. President, Donald Trump. Opening the largely symbolic debate in Westminster Hall, Labour MP Paul Flynn said: "We all in this room hold in great respect the USA presidency, their constitution, their history", and that there was "no question of any disrespect towards that country".
  • Korea, KL says no positive identification of body yet

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    Investigators are still looking for four North Korean men who arrived in Malaysia on different days beginning January 31 and flew out the day of the attack. Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak told reporters later Monday that he has "absolute confidence" that police and doctors have been "very objective" in their work.
  • Juliette Fletcher: House of Lords to put Brexit bill under scrutiny

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    I hope that the House of Lords will pay attention to that. Around 190 peers are expected to speak during the two days allocated for the bills second reading debate in the Lords. Defeat will briefly delay the legislation as it will force the Bill back into the Commons in a round of "parliamentary ping pong". The legislation passed the House of Commons unamended but a coalition of peers from Labour and the Lib Dems, as well as crossbenchers and some Tories, is planning to ask MPs to rethink ...
  • Whittier cops, 1 suspect hurt in officer-involved shooting

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    The shooting was reported shortly after 8 a.m. near Colima Road and Mar Vista Street. When the officers arrived, they were told by the victims that the driver who had struck them was around the corner. John Corina said. "We're still looking into that", Corina said. Three people were wounded Monday in an officer-involved shooting in Whittier. Some nurses and doctors exited the surrounding hospital buildings to look on as the Anaheim Fire & Rescue extended its ladder to hoist up an ...
  • Pakistan, Afghanistan to fight 'common enemy' together, says Army Chief

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    According to the newspaper, militants from a terrorist group that might be behind recent attacks in Pakistan, fled to Afghanistan after the Pakistani military destroyed their camps on the Torkham global border. The bombing was claimed by the Islamic State (IS) extremist group. The news comes amid a former US defense secretary's statements claiming that India has been using Afghanistan against Pakistan for many years.
  • Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin passes away

    Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin passes away

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    The New York Post reported that he was rushed to New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he later passed away. Ambassador Churkin kept working till the very last moment. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Interfax news agency that President Vladimir Putin "highly valued the professionalism and diplomatic talent of Vitaly Churkin " and offered condolences to family and colleagues.
  • Vehicle bomb in Somalia leaves at least 30 dead

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    The attack comes at a time when Somalia is preparing for the inaugural celebrations of its newly elected Federal President, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed "Farmajo", who came to office earlier this month amid an "extraordinary public outpouring of euphoria marking the beginning of a new chapter in Somali history that is ripe with opportunity and promise", noted the statement.
  • Tony Blair accused of 'arrogance' over call to 'rise up' against Brexit

    Tony Blair accused of 'arrogance' over call to 'rise up' against Brexit

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    The remarks were made by UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson after Blair used a high profile speech in London to try and reverse the Brexit referendum. Blair, who was Britain's prime minister between 1997 and 2007, used the speech to confirm that he will be setting up an institute that works towards countering the pro-Brexit tide.