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February 12, 2017

WWII bomb defused in Greece

Many people left the area in their cars, but some were bused to schools and sports halls elsewhere in the city. Print this story “We heard on TV that, if the bomb explodes, it will be like a strong earthquake,” Michalis Papanos, 71, told The Associated Press as he and …

Convicted church shooter Dylann Roof wants a new trial

Report an error Roof had attorneys during his trial but fired them during the sentencing phase, avoiding potential evidence about his mental state that he didn’t want made public at trial. Tweet ‘Daddy’s dead?’: Chilling 911 call played at Dylann Roof’s sentencing trial ‘I still feel like I had to …

North Korea launches missile: S. Korea

Kim Dong-yeop, an analyst at the Institute for Far Eastern Studies in Seoul, said that the projectile could be a Musudan or a similar rocket designed to test engines for an intercontinental ballistic missile that could hit the U.S. mainland. The official didn’t want to be named, citing office rules. …

Brazilian woman dragged by hair in walk of shame

Before the trek of shame, the two women were filmed wrestling on the bed where the infidelity took place. Article Print this story The woman’s teen sons and their pals are heard encouraging her as they tried to get more people to watch. Change text size for the story (SOCIAL …

May’s vision for Brexit antagonizing EU governments

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s vision for Brexit is antagonizing European Union governments, raising the risk that negotiations deteriorate into a bust-up even worse than first expected. “I don’t feel I have a weak hand.” “It is in everybody’s interest to find an arrangement, to find a partnership between us …