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First take a look at for joint Korean ice hockey employees

First take a look at for joint Korean ice hockey employees

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionNorth Korea’s women’s ice hockey team arrived in the South last weekThe joint North and South Korean ice hockey team is set to play its first match on Sunday, ahead of the Pyeongchang Olympics in South Korea. The match is an international friendly against Sweden, who the…

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Mexico finds 200 migrants hidden in lorry

Mexico finds 200 migrants hidden in lorry

Image copyright EPA Image caption Men, women and children were freed from the cramped lorry Nearly 200 undocumented migrants from Central America have been found hidden in a lorry without food or water in north-eastern Mexico. The men, women and children were found crammed into the truck in Tamaulipas state just south of the Texas…

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Man held over Del Rey ‘kidnap risk’

Man held over Del Rey ‘kidnap risk’

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Lana Del Rey was appearing at the Amway Center in Orlando Police in the US state of Florida have arrested a man they say made threats to kidnap the singer Lana Del Rey. The man was carrying a knife when he was arrested near the Amway Center in Orlando…

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Ineffective Sea’s sinkholes: Beauty from destruction

Ineffective Sea’s sinkholes: Beauty from destruction

The Dead Sea is receding by more than 1m (3ft) a year. It is leading to the formation of sinkholes which have caused the destruction of a major road and the loss of a tourist resort which was one of the Dead Sea’s few public beaches. But could the damage caused by the sinkholes be…

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US Condo speaker deletes tax cuts tweet

US Condo speaker deletes tax cuts tweet

Image copyright EPA Image caption Paul Ryan was a staunch supporter of the Republican tax reform bill US House speaker Paul Ryan has come under fire after citing a school worker who was $1.50 (£1) a week better off because of recent tax cuts. Mr Ryan deleted a tweet about a school secretary who, he…

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Turkey suffers deadliest day in Afrin

Turkey suffers deadliest day in Afrin

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Turkey says it has sent troops into Afrin to drive out Kurdish militias The Turkish military has suffered the deadliest day in its offensive against Kurdish militias inside northern Syria, with seven soldiers killed. Five of the troops died when their tank was attacked in the Afrin region. PM…

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Bitter frigid blasting by blueprint of Upper Midwest, Northeast

Bitter frigid blasting by blueprint of Upper Midwest, Northeast

Much of the Upper Midwest and Eastern U.S. is in the midst of a February cold blast. Wind chills this morning along the I-95 corridor from Washington, D.C., to Boston are in the low teens and single digits. The wind chills are below zero in interior New England. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an…

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Trainer allegedly had unlit youth lie on floor for slavery lesson, sparking outrage

Trainer allegedly had unlit youth lie on floor for slavery lesson, sparking outrage

A New York City middle school teacher’s lesson on slavery in America has sparked outrage after she allegedly singled out black students and told them to lie face-down on the classroom floor. Students and a staff member at a middle school in the Bronx told the New York Daily News that social studies teacher Patricia…

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Will Trump opinion relief New Orleans’ crumbling infrastructure?

Will Trump opinion relief New Orleans’ crumbling infrastructure?

When a heavy rain hits New Orleans, residents move their cars to higher ground for fear of fast-rising street flooding. Knee-deep potholes can eat a car’s fender. When pressure drops in the city’s aging water delivery system, restaurants and cafes have to boil water to feed customers. Battered by nature and neglect, New Orleans is…

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In drug disaster hotbed, hoping for circulation on Trump’s words

In drug disaster hotbed, hoping for circulation on Trump’s words

President Donald Trump heads to Ohio on Monday to make Cincinnati-area stops focusing on the new tax overhaul — though some in a state with one of the nation’s highest overdose rates would rather hear more about his plans for the drug crisis. In Newtown, outside Cincinnati, Police Chief Tom Synan said he found Trump’s…

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