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Eight dead in Mississippi shooting rampage

8 dead in Mississiooi shooting rampageA Mississippi man was taken into custody Sunday after a shooting rampage that left eight people dead, including a sheriff's deputy, authorities said.

The shootings occurred at three homes Saturday night in rural Lincoln County, about 70 miles south of Jackson. As authorities took suspect Cory Godbolt to the ground, he said he had been shot by someone inside one of the homes. One was in Bogue Chitto, an unincorporated community of about 500 people.

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Lawyer Mohammed al-Roken awarded human rights prize

Mohammed al-RokenA prominent UAE lawyer sentenced to 10 years in 2013 for plotting against the government was on Saturday awarded a major human rights award.

Mohammed al-Roken was among 69 people jailed on charges of conspiring to overthrow the government of the United Arab Emirates following a mass trial criticised by rights groups.

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Suit against Hillary Clinton over Benghazi deaths and emails is dismissed

Suit against Hillary clinton over Benghazi droppedA federal judge in Washington has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Hillary Clinton's lax security surrounding her emails led to the deaths of two of the Americans killed in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.

In a ruling Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson tossed out the wrongful death claims as well as allegations that Clinton essentially slandered the parents of the deceased by contradicting accounts the parents gave of events related to their children's deaths.

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Gregg Allman, Soulful Trailblazer of Southern Rock, Dies at 69

Greg Allman dies at 69Gregg Allman, the soulful singer-songwriter and rock n' blues pioneer who founded The Allman Brothers Band with his late brother, Duane, and composed such classics as "Midnight Rider," "Melissa" and the epic concert jam "Whipping Post," has died at age 69, Billboard has learned. He was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1999 and underwent a liver transplant in 2010.

He "passed away peacefully at his home in Savannah, Georgia," according to a statement on Gregg Allman's official website, noting that the family planned to release a statement soon. "Gregg struggled with many health issues over the past several years. During that time, Gregg considered being on the road playing music with his brothers and solo band for his beloved fans, essential medicine for his soul. Playing music lifted him up and kept him going during the toughest of times."

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British Airways: All flights cancelled amid IT crash

British Airways IT breakdown cancels all flightsBritish Airways has cancelled all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick because of global computer problems.

A "major IT system failure is causing very severe disruption to our flight operations worldwide", the airline said.  It apologised for the "global system outage" and said there was no evidence of a cyber attack.

The GMB union has suggested the failure could have been avoided, had the airline not outsourced its IT work.  BA refuted the claim, saying: "We would never compromise the integrity and security of our IT systems".

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Portland Police: Man hurling racial slurs kills 2, injures 1 on train

Two stabbed to death in Portland after anti Muslim tiradeTwo people died Friday and another was hurt in a stabbing on a Portland light-rail train after a man yelled racial slurs at two young women who appeared to be Muslim, one of whom was wearing a hijab, police said.

Officers arrested a man Friday afternoon who ran from the train, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported (https://goo.gl/PKo777 ). Police were still working Friday night to identify the man and the people who were attacked.

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White House to release lobbyist details, ending spat with ethics office

Ethics office will release lobyists namesEnding a confrontation with the government's top ethics official, the White House says it will publicly release the waivers it gave to lobbyists to allow them to work in the administration.

The change comes after Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney asked the Office of Government Ethics to hold off on a request to seek and publicly disclose any waivers the Trump administration granted to allow former lobbyists to take jobs in the administration. Mulvaney also questioned whether the ethics office had legal authority to seek the information.

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Sergio Bendixen, pioneer pollster of Hispanics, dies at 68

Sergio Bendixen diesSergio Bendixen, the first Hispanic to run a U.S. presidential campaign who later pioneered public-opinion polling among Latinos, died late Friday in Miami. He was 68.

No cause of death was immediately available. Bendixen had been suffering from a bad cold in recent days, according to his friend and business partner, Fernand Amandi. The two ran the Coconut Grove-based Bendixen & Amandi International polling firm, though Bendixen was semi-retired.

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Pence left dozens of records requests unfilled

Vice President Pence left records undisclosed in IndianaVice President Mike Pence left two-dozen records requests unfilled — most of them for his emails — when he left office as Indiana governor.

In all, there are more than 50 pending requests with the governor's office. Nearly half of those date to Pence's time in office. Some are more than 10 months old.  The requests represent an unprecedented backlog, fueled in large part by increased interest in Pence after he became President Trump's running mate last year.

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