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Trump splits jokes about Colin Powell’s death: ‘Still, may he rest in peace

Former President Trump on Tuesday mocked General Colin Powell’s death as a “pervert”. Breaking a close-up hymn in praise of a soldier and a traveler on the road, Trump criticized Powell as “an old RINO,” or just the Republic by name, “if so.” “He was … always the first to attack other Republicans,” Trump said …

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A San Diego man leads police by speeding after a stolen truck, claiming he has a ‘Speed’ bomb

A San Diego man who appeared to be trying to restart “Speed” told police he could not stop driving a tow truck or a bomb could explode. The suspect, who has not been identified, led police fleeing from Pacific Beach to the city of San Diego on Monday evening, never more than 10 mph, Officer …

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Two died after a single-engine plane crashed in Milwaukee

Two people were killed on Tuesday morning after a single-engine plane crashed into a Milwaukee residence. The Glastar flight landed at Waukesha Village, about 20 miles west of Milwaukee, around 9.30 am. The victims were later identified by family members such as Randy Reimer, 74, and Susie Reimer, 70, of New Mexico. According to the …

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WHO forms an advisory group to learn about the origins of the pandemic?

The World Health Organization on Wednesday appointed 26 scientists to a new advisory team to study the origins of the coronavirus, and to open another chapter on a comprehensive study of how the epidemic began. The team, selected from more than 700 applicants, includes scientists from 26 countries, which is a testament to W.H.O’s efforts …

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