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Body of missing 5-year-old Crystal Lake boy found – Rockford Register Star

Body of missing 5-year-old Crystal Lake boy found – Rockford Register Star

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. [unable to retrieve full-text content]Body of missing 5-year-old Crystal Lake boy found  Rockford Register StarParents charged in death of missing boy: Live updates  CNNAuthorities move search for missing Crystal Lake boy to Woodstock  WGN TV ChicagoBody of Andrew Freund found, parents who reported him missing charged with murder  NBC NewsParents of missing 5-year-old AJ Freund charged with murder after boy's body found in shallow grave  Chicago TribuneView full coverage on Google News . Source link
Kim Jong Un’s arrival in Russia for Putin summit hit by train mishap – Fox News

Kim Jong Un’s arrival in Russia for Putin summit hit by train mishap – Fox News

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. Kim Jong Un’s grand arrival in Russia for his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin encountered a minor snafu on Wednesday.The North Korean leader’s distinct armored green train pulled up to the station in Vladivostok and came to a stop as North Korean officials scrambled to the door to put down ramps. The staff, however, realized the train’s door did not line up with the red carpet that was rolled out ahead of the arrival.Video showed an official opening the door and noticing the error. The engineer was then forced to roll the train backward in an attempt to line up with the carpet — but it still didn’t go as planned. Kim Jong Un arrived in the Pacific port city of Vladivostok on Wednesday. (AP)Two North Korean staffers realized th...
‘Like pulling teeth’ to get White House to focus on Russian election interference, official says – CNN

‘Like pulling teeth’ to get White House to focus on Russian election interference, official says – CNN

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. Officials have "spent months and months trying to sound alarm at the White House about the need to take foreign interference more seriously and elevate the issue," the official said, adding that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats shared those views and feels the administration "was not being forward-leaning enough in notifying Congress and the American people."Other than one or two principals' meetings before the midterm elections -- and one press conference in which national security adviser John Bolton, then-Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, FBI Director Christopher Wray and National Security Agency Director Paul Nakasone warned the public of election interference -- "in general, senior White House staff felt it wasn't a good idea to bring up issues related to Ru...
Philippines’ Duterte gives Canada 1 week to take back garbage or ‘we will declare war’ – Fox News

Philippines’ Duterte gives Canada 1 week to take back garbage or ‘we will declare war’ – Fox News

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. Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday reportedly threatened to "declare war" against Canada within the next week if the country fails to remove tons of garbage that was previously shipped to Manila.Duterte, in remarks aired by state media and reported by The Canadian Press, said he will "give a warning to Canada maybe next week that they better pull that thing out or I will set sail."JUSTIN TRUDEAU HIT WITH SECRET RECORDING OF AIDE PRESSING FOR END OF CORRUPTION CASE AGAINST CANADIAN COMPANY"I will declare war against them. I will advise Canada that your garbage is on the way. Prepare a grand reception. Eat it if you want to," he said. "Your garbage is coming home." Environmental activists protesting the tons of garbage Canada shipped to the Philippines in front of t...
Two Sri Lanka bombers were sons of Colombo spice tycoon, sources say – CNN

Two Sri Lanka bombers were sons of Colombo spice tycoon, sources say – CNN

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. The brothers, Imsath Ahmed Ibrahim and Ilham Ahmed Ibrahim, are sons of spice trader Mohamed Ibrahim, two sources with knowledge of the investigation said. Mohamed Ibrahim is the founder of Colombo-based Ishana Exports, which describes itself on its website as the "largest exporter of spices from Sri Lanka since 2006."Mohamed Ibrahim was among dozens of people detained in the wake of the attacks, which killed 359 people and injured more than 500, the sources told CNN. Video footage shows Ibrahim being led away by police. Authorities have not announced any charges against him.The brothers' identities were first reported by Indian news outlet Firstpost, citing intelligence sources in India. CNN has not been able to reach Mohamed Ibrahim or other members of his family for comment.Sri Lan...
North Korea’s Kim Jong-un Arrives in Russia for Meeting With Putin – The New York Times

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un Arrives in Russia for Meeting With Putin – The New York Times

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. SEOUL — Wearing a black fedora and black overcoat, a smiling Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, stepped off an armored train that had taken him on a daylong journey from Pyongyang to the Russian port city of Vladivostok on Wednesday.Mr. Kim’s arrival came a day before he is scheduled to meet with President Vladimir V. Putin as part of the North Korean leader’s efforts to fend off American pressure to give up his nuclear weapons arsenal.Accompanied by senior Russian officials, Mr. Kim listened to a military band before stopping for a rare, short interview with the Russian television network Rossiya 1.“I hope this visit will be successful and fruitful,” Mr. Kim said. “I hope that during talks with esteemed President Putin I will have a detailed d...
Bombers Who Carried Out Attacks In Sri Lanka Were ‘Well-Educated,’ Official Says – NPR

Bombers Who Carried Out Attacks In Sri Lanka Were ‘Well-Educated,’ Official Says – NPR

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. Enlarge this image A woman is overcome with emotion as she attends the funeral of a person killed in the Easter Sunday attack on St. Sebastian's Church, on Wednesday in Negombo, Sri Lanka. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Carl Court/Getty Images A husband and wife. A pair of brothers from a wealthy, upper-class family. A man with a law degree. Another who studied in the United Kingdom and did postgraduate work in Australia, before coming home to settle down in h...
Philippines’ President Duterte threatens to sail garbage back to Canada – NBC News

Philippines’ President Duterte threatens to sail garbage back to Canada – NBC News

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. Breaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.SUBSCRIBEApril 24, 2019, 1:08 PM UTCBy ReutersMANILA — Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte berated Canada on Tuesday in a long-running dispute over waste exported to the Southeast Asia nation, threatening to sail it back to Canada.Manila has filed several diplomatic protests with Canada over tons of waste shipped to the Philippines between 2013 and 2014. Canada has said the shipment was a commercial transaction and was not backed by its government."For Canada's garbage, I want a boat prepared," Duterte told officials after being briefed on an earthquake that struck the Philippines on Monday."They better pull that thing out or I will set sail to Canada ...
Boeing’s profit falls 21% on the 737 Max crisis – CNN

Boeing’s profit falls 21% on the 737 Max crisis – CNN

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. The aircraft maker reported both lower revenue and profits compared to a year ago. Before the fatal flight that led to the jet being grounded and further deliveries of it halted, the company had been expected to report improved results in the quarter.Boeing said it could no longer stand behind its earlier outlook, in which it said results would improve in 2019. "Due to the uncertainty of the timing and conditions surrounding return to service of the 737 Max fleet, new guidance will be issued at a future date," it said.Boeing didn't break out the complete cost of its results from the 737 Max crisis, but in a presentation to investors it said it had booked a charge related to fixing the plane's problems. The company said the cost to make the 737 Max was at least $1 billion higher in the...