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Gunmen fire inside Cincinnati nightclub, killing 1 and injuring 15, police say
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The Cameo nightclub in Cincinnati was filled with at least a couple hundred patrons when a rapid succession of gunfire sparked chaos inside. A young man was killed, authorities said. Fifteen others were wounded, one of whom remains in critical condition.

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Russia just had its biggest unsanctioned protests in years and hundreds are now in jail
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MOSCOW ? A wave of unsanctioned rallies swept across Russia on Sunday to protest corruption in the government of President Vladimir Putin, in a nationwide show of defiance not seen in years, and one the Kremlin had tried in vain to prevent with bans ...

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Carswell does not rule out rejoining Tories ? a day after quitting Ukip
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Douglas Carswell has refused to rule out rejoining the Conservative party, a day after he announced that he had left Ukip. The Clacton MP said he was not planning to rejoin the Tories, but left open the possibility of returning to the party before 2020 ...

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How Do You Dream Up A Cockatoo Feast? An Artist Explains In 'Imaginarium'
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Looking at Claire Rosen's photographs can feel like walking into someone else's dreams. One of her images shows a young girl about to be dragged into the sky by a pack of flying toy horses. Another series shows horses, hedgehogs, cockatoos and camels ...

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Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny arrested
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Russia's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has been arrested at an anti-corruption protest he organised in the capital, Moscow. Thousands of people have joined rallies nationwide, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev over ...

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How 82 seconds of hell started with a WhatsApp message
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At the Preston Park Hotel in Brighton on Wednesday morning, Adrian Ajao was chatting with hotel staff about his plans for the day as he checked out at reception. "I'm off to London today," he told them as he handed over his credit card, before adding ...

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A couple is suing Georgia to name their daughter Allah
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But the middle name wasn't the issue, either. It was the girl's fourth and last given name, Allah, that state officials balked at ? which has now led the American Civil Liberties Union to file suit in hopes of getting ZalyKha Graceful Lorraina Allah a ...

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Wirral explosion: Dozens injured as people 'lifted off feet' by suspected gas blast
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A huge gas explosion destroyed multiple buildings and injured 34 people, with a witness telling how they saw people being "blown away, lifted off their feet". Two people were seriously hurt in the blast, which left casualties under the rubble, in New ...

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Having a child changes life forever, and not just in the obvious ways
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?When are you due?? ?Dec. 2,? I said. ?Congratulations! Mine is about to go to college.? This was the start of a heartwarming conversation about raising children with a complete stranger walking through a parking garage. At that moment, I realized I ...

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Duncan Hines: The Original Road Warrior Who Shaped Restaurant History
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Duncan Hines, traveling salesman and future purveyor of boxed cake mix, considered himself an authority on a great many things: hot coffee, Kentucky country-cured ham and how to locate a tasty restaurant meal, in 1935, for under a dollar and a quarter.

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