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Soldiers unleash tear gas amid tension on Venezuela's border » Albuquerque Journal
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CUCUTA, Colombia - Venezuela's National Guard fired tear gas on residents clearing a barricaded border bridge between Venezuela and Colombia on Saturday, heightening tensions over blocked humanitarian aid that opposition leader Juan Guaido has vowed to bring into the country over objections from President Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela's National Guard responded forcefully, firing tear gas on the residents who demanded that the aid pass through. “The armed forces have closed the borders following Maduro's orders.

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R. Kelly Turns Himself In in Chicago
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I can say R. Kelly did something, boom.'. A US Immigration and Customs Enforcement official also tells CNN that new allegations against Kelly have dragged Homeland Security Investigations into the picture, though the official didn't elaborate. The Chicago Sun-Times reports the 52-year-old R&B star, real name Robert Kelly, showed up Friday in a black van at a police station in Chicago's Near South Side just after 8pm, with a clip on Twitter showing what appears to be Kelly inside the station in a blue jacket, being led away in handcuffs.

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India police arrest Kashmir activists amid rising tensions
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India quickly blamed the attack on Pakistan and promised a "jaw-breaking response.". Since 1989, rebels have been fighting against Indian control in Kashmir. SRINAGAR, India (AP) - Police have arrested at least 200 activists seeking the end of Indian rule in disputed Kashmir, officials said Saturday, escalating fears among already wary residents that a sweeping crackdown could touch off renewed anti-India protests and clashes.

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The Latest: Dozens march through Rome over church abuse - SFGate
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Many advocates say the church must let civil authorities investigate and prosecute priests who molest or rape children. The march Saturday was staged as Pope Francis' four-day summit was underway to chart abuse prevention strategies. Several dozen Catholics from Italy and abroad have marched through Rome to protest the Vatican's handling of pedophile priests.

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George buries game-winner as Thunder slip past Jazz in 2OT
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LOS ANGELES, USA - Paul George capped a 45-point performance with a last second game-winning basket in double overtime to lift the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 148-147 win over the Utah Jazz in the NBA on Friday night, February 22 (Saturday, February 23, Manila time). Westbrook and George became the first pair of teammates to each score 40 points in a game since Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins in 2017. George drove between two defenders and floated in the clutch shot with 0.8 seconds left.

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Singer R. Kelly due in court to face sex abuse charges - The Japan News
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She did not comment on the charges or take questions. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted a short time later that Kelly was under arrest. Kelly, who was acquitted of child pornography charges in 2008, has consistently denied any sexual misconduct.

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Gunfire heard in cities as Nigerians finally go to the polls
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Nigerians vote in Kaduna, Nigeria, Saturday Feb. 23, 2019. Africa's most populous country goes to the polls on Saturday to decide whether President Muhammadu Buhari deserves a second term. Nigerians are going to the polls for a presidential election Saturday, one week after a surprise delay for Africa's largest democracy.

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Access to Mueller's report and evidence may be guided by Congress, Clinton email case
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Democrats on Friday demanded that the report be made public. House Judiciary Committee Democrats believe no information from Mueller's probe should be concealed. They can subpoena everything, from Mueller's full report to the FBI's summaries of their witness interviews.

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Trump vows veto as Democrats launch resolution to stop border emergency | Dhaka Tribune
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Pelosi rejected Trump's argument that there is an emergency at the US-Mexico border. House Democrats introduced the resolution early on Friday, taking the first step to challenge Republican Trump's assertion that he could take money Congress had appropriated for other activities and use it to build the wall. We have too many smart people that want border security, so I can't imagine that it could survive a veto,' Trump told reporters in the Oval Office.

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Trump's Pick for Next US Ambassador to UN Is Kelly Craft
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Trump's first pick to replace Haley, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert, withdrew over the weekend. (Newser) - President Trump announced Friday that he has selected Kelly Craft, the US ambassador to Canada, as his nominee to serve as the next US ambassador to the United Nations. Craft is married to billionaire coal-mining executive Joe Craft, and they're major GOP donors.

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Three UK ministers throw weight behind Brexit delay to stop no-deal | Dhaka Tribune
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Both May's Conservatives and the main opposition Labour Party are formally committed to delivering Brexit. Business minister Greg Clark, work and pensions minister Amber Rudd, and justice minister David Gauke signalled in a Daily Mail column that they will side with rebels and opposition parties next week to stop Britain leaving without a divorce deal on March 29 if necessary, adding their weight to calls for May to rule out a no-deal departure. In the column headlined 'If we don't get a deal next week we must delay Brexit,' Clark, Rudd and Gauke wrote that a no-deal exit was a risk to business, security and British territorial unity, and accused some parliament colleagues of complacency.

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Syria force to pluck more civilians from last ISIS pocket
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She was disappointed at the collapse of the ISIS proto-state. SYRIA - US-backed fighters said Saturday, February 23 they are keeping a corridor open to rescue remaining civilians from the Islamic State group's last speck of territory in Syria, as the UN appealed for urgent assistance. "On our side, the corridor is open and we hope a larger number of civilians will arrive but that depends on ISIS fighters and whether they will give civilians a chance to exit," SDF spokesman Adnan Afrin told Agence France-Presse at their Al-Omar base.

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Kohli wary of 'bad habits' creeping in during IPL | The Daily Star
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Rash shot playing was not something he wanted his players to develop while playing in the IPL. "That means we will have to be very wary of the bad habits that might creep in during the IPL. That will take a consistent effort from all the players during the IPL to keep a check on that.

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84 Die in India After Drinking Bootleg Liquor
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Officials in northeastern India say at least 84 people have died and another 200 people, some of them in critical condition, have been hospitalized after drinking bootleg liquor. Hundreds of people die yearly in India from drinking the cheap, illegally-produced brew. Less than two weeks ago, more than 100 people died in northern India from drinking tainted alcohol.

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Chawkbazar tragedy: Dilip Barua blames Amu | The Daily Star
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Dilip Barua said the stakeholders could not force the government (to relocate). Barua, also a former industries minister, came up with the remarks after visiting the site of Chawkbazar chemical blaze that claimed 67 lives on Wednesday, Bangla daily Prothom Alo reports. "It would have been easier to relocate chemical godowns from Old Dhaka, had our industries minister (Amu) taken the issue seriously," Barua said when he along with a 14-party alliance delegation made a visit to Churihatta area this afternoon.

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'Abused' Saudi sisters trapped in Hong Kong risk deportation | Dhaka Tribune
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While their parents were sleeping, the sisters retrieved their passports and boarded a flight from Colombo to Hong Kong. They said their onward flight booking to Melbourne had been cancelled and later learned the man was Saudi Arabia's consul general in Hong Kong. The sisters suspect their father tracked their movements using Absher, a controversial mobile app that operates as a portal to Saudi government services but also allows men to keep tabs on female relatives.

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North Korea's Kim says he doesn't want his children to bear burden of nuclear arms: Reports - Channel NewsAsia
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HANOI: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un told the US Secretary of State he did not want his children to live with the burden of nuclear weapons, a former CIA officer involved in high-level diplomacy over the North's weapons was quoted as saying on Saturday (Feb 23). 'And I don't want my children to carry the nuclear weapon on their back their whole life.'. North Korea's state media has yet to confirm either Kim's trip to Vietnam or his summit with Trump.

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5G services to be rolled out by 2020; $70 billion investment seen - The Financial Express
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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Friday said that 5G network is expected to be deployed in India along with the rest of the world by 2020. 3.5 GHz spectrum band is expected to be the first band globally for deployment of 5G. However, to implement 5G networks, the white paper said that India would need an additional investment of $60-70 billion.

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'Empire' producers exile Jussie Smollett from show following faked hate crime -- Society's Child -- Sott.net
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Shortly after being announced as a suspect in a hoax hate crime, the actor reportedly turned himself in. The producers of the TV drama Empire have decided to "remove" Jussie Smollett from the show after the actor was charged with felony disorderly conduct for faking a hate crime against himself. There is no word yet on whether the decision will be made permanent.

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Gunfire heard in cities as Nigerians finally go to the polls | WSB-TV
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Police said they triggered the blasts in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, shortly before polls opened in a show of force to deter the Islamic extremists that plague the northeast. Nigerians "are behaving themselves," the president said. Gunfire also was heard in Port Harcourt in Nigeria's restive south, where the military presence was heavier than in past elections.

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