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The incident killed more than 300 people, mostly school children. The bodies of 295 people have been recovered, nine are missing. They are attempting to stabilize and secure the ship so it can be lifted 13 meters (42 feet) out of the water, after which it will be attached to a barge and towed to land.
  • Meals on Wheels' support soars after Trump eyes cuts

    Meals on Wheels' support soars after Trump eyes cuts

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    On the other hand, the Human Services Association in Bell Gardens also administers Meals on Wheels and other services to seniors in Long Beach and neighboring cities in southeast Los Angeles County. The president is proposing a almost $6 billion budget cut to Health and Human Services that would impact operations at Wesley Life Meals on Wheels.
  • French Interior Minister resigns over holiday jobs for daughters

    French Interior Minister resigns over holiday jobs for daughters

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    French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux stepped down on Tuesday following media reports claiming that he had employed his student-age daughters as his parliament assistants. However, Le Roux is under pressure to explain how the date of one contract, during the 2013 summer holidays, coincides with the time his daughter was doing work experience at the cosmetic company Yves Rocher in Belgium.
  • Stormont pays tribute to Martin McGuinness

    Stormont pays tribute to Martin McGuinness

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    Former prime minister, Tony Blair, who worked with McGuinness on securing peace in the region, described him as a "formidable foe" during the armed struggle and a "formidable peacemaker" later. "It is precisely because of his past, because of his involvement with the IRA in the 70s and 80s because of his influence within those circles that he was able to play the role he played in bringing the republican movement towards using peaceful and democratic means and because of all of that I doubt we ...
  • Clashes in Syria capital after surprise rebel assault

    Clashes in Syria capital after surprise rebel assault

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    The head of the UK-based monitoring group, Rami Abdel Rahman, told AFP news agency that Tuesday's rebel assault began with a "big blast at dawn, most likely due to a vehicle bomb attack by the rebels against a regime position between the districts of Jobar and Qaboun".
  • Tillerson's Travel Plans Worry Allies in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

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    Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday that the US intelligence committee that heard FBI Director James Comey's congressional testimony on Monday about alleged Russian ties was "confused". He is also expected to be at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida when Chinese President Xi Jinping visits on April 6-7. Tillerson laid the groundwork for the meeting during a visit to Beijing last week.
  • Pope Francis asks for forgiveness over Church's 'sins' in Rwanda genocide

    Pope Francis asks for forgiveness over Church's 'sins' in Rwanda genocide

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    An estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in a genocide that lasted 14 days while the world watched on. Others testified that the clergy betrayed people who tried to seek refugee in Catholic churches. While some priests in Rwanda refused to read the apology to their members, the latest comment by the Pope shows the church has come of age to fully accept what it did.
  • Suspected mail bombs addressed to European officials found at Greek post office

    Suspected mail bombs addressed to European officials found at Greek post office

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    Last week, a mail bomb sent to the IMF's offices in Paris exploded and injured a secretary. "We sent parcel bomb to the German finance minister as part of the second act of the Project Nemesis campaign". The eight parcel bombs , falsely labelled as being sent by academic institutions, were found and defused on Monday. The country's finances have been under strict supervision by European institutions and the International Monetary Fund.
  • Tomi Lahren suspended from The Blaze

    Tomi Lahren suspended from The Blaze

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    She later clarified on Twitter that she does not advocate for abortion, but maintained her pro-choice stance despite criticism. "Do you have to be on the same side of every single issue of your political party, aren't you allowed to evolve and grow?" Lahren said Dunham hurts her own narrative.
  • Paris airport 'attacker's' dad says son was NOT terrorist

    Paris airport 'attacker's' dad says son was NOT terrorist

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    The 39-year-old was killed after he put a gun to a soldier's head at Orly Airport, saying he wanted to "die for Allah". Belgacem tries to take away the first soldier's assault rifle, while using her as a human shield. Belgacem's father and brother, as well as a cousin, have been detained for questioning. He said: "My son was never a terrorist ". Thousands of travelers were evacuated and at least 15 flights were diverted to the city's other airport, Charles de Gaulle.
  • Death toll rises as ISIS uses Mosul residents as shields

    Death toll rises as ISIS uses Mosul residents as shields

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    Taking the Iron Bridge will mean Iraqi forces control three of the five bridges that span the Tigris River and connect the old city with Mosul's modern city center. Indiscriminate strikes by the coalition are directly and indirectly adding to the mounting death toll in Iraq's second largest city, where up to 600,000 civilians are caught in the crossfire.