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Double Homicide in Stapleton village

Police are investigating a shooting incident at Stapleton Village, that resulted in the death of two young men. Investigations have revealed so far that a...
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Bolsonaro to return to Brazil on March 30, his party says

(Reuters) -Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will return to Brazil on March 30, his party confirmed via social media on Friday, following more than three months of self-imposed exile in the United States after losing his re-election bid.

Biden, Trudeau start talks after making deal on asylum seekers

U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off meetings in Ottawa on Friday after making a deal aimed at stopping asylum seekers from traversing the shared U.S.-Canada land border via unofficial crossings

Little room for maneuver as U.S.-China ties slide further

President Joe Biden said last month after a U.S. fighter jet shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon that he planned to speak to Chinese President Xi Jinping about the episode and clear the air between the rival superpowers.

'Hotel Rwanda' hero Rusesabagina to be freed from Rwandan jail

KIGALI (Reuters) -Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed as a hero in the Hollywood film "Hotel Rwanda" about the Rwandan genocide, and is serving a 25-year sentence on terrorism charges, will be released early on Saturday, the Rwandan government said.

Ex-Trump aide Meadows, others ordered to testify in Capitol attack probe -ABC

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. judge has rejected former President Donald Trump's bid to prevent ex-aides, including former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, from testifying before a grand jury probing the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, ABC reported on Friday, citing sources.

U.N. Libya envoy points to 'alternatives' if political bodies duck electoral pact

If Libya's legislative bodies are unable to agree on electoral laws in a timely manner "we will look at what alternative we will find", the U.N. Libya envoy said on Friday, indicating he would not accept moves to derail a march to elections.

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