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Author: 0 2 officers fired after video shows them punching, stomping suspect

The warrants do not provide information about what led to the traffic stop. "When I first saw the video, I immediately got the chills", Page told ABC News. An ambulance crew then arrived and treated the handcuffed man. The video ends as Hollins is placed on the trunk of his vehicle. Online records show Hollins was booked into the Gwinnett County jail around 4:45 p.m.

World Media The Recent Analysts' Ratings Updates for Walt Disney Company (The) (DIS)
Author: 0 The Recent Analysts' Ratings Updates for Walt Disney Company (The) (DIS)

Koshinski Asset Management Inc. boosted its stake in Walt Disney by 2.0% in the third quarter. The current share price indicate that stock is -83.72% away from its one year high and is moving 62.77% ahead of its 52-week low. Private Wealth Partners Llc increased Schwab Charles Corp New (NYSE:SCHW) stake by 8,740 shares to 64,240 valued at $2.54 million in 2016Q4. Equities research analysts forecast that Walt Disney Co will post $5.95 EPS for the current fiscal year.

Author: 0 More than 600 register for presidential race

Ahmadinejad, who became infamous for regularly pronouncing death upon Israel and USA, registered to run in the country's May 19 presidential election on Wednesday. Ahmadinejad previously served a pair of four-year terms as Iran's president from 2005-2013. Just when it appeared Ahmadinejad would be leaving, he turned around and returned to the Interior Ministry's registration desk, pulling out his identification documents with a flourish in front of a melee of shouting journalists.

World Media AIR gets messages against Jadhav sentence from Pak listeners
Author: 0 AIR gets messages against Jadhav sentence from Pak listeners

MEA spokesperson Gopal Baglay said the Pakistani military court's verdict was verdict was "indefensible" and against the principles of natural justice, with no due process of law being followed . Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian citizen who was arrested in Pakistan a year ago, was found by the Pakistani court to have undertaken "activities aiming to destabilize and wage war against Pakistan by impeding the efforts of Law Enforcement Agencies for restoring peace in Balochistan and Karachi".

World Media Govt must go on despite corruption probe, says Brazil's president
Author: 0 Govt must go on despite corruption probe, says Brazil's president

Justice Edson Fachin released the list of politicians, which includes almost a third of President Michel Temer's Cabinet and Eduardo Paes, the mayor of Rio de Janeiro during the 2016 Olympics. The corruption unmasked by the Car Wash investigation has shocked even the most cynical Brazilians for both the vast amounts that traded hands and the way in which it has spared no party.

World Media Tips to Get Ahead of Your 2018 Tax Return
Author: 0 Tips to Get Ahead of Your 2018 Tax Return

The IRS provides an online interview to help people determine whether they are legally required to file federal tax returns. If the return is not filed by the required due date and the taxpayer can not provide a good rationale, the IRS charges a late-filing penalty of 5 percent of the balance due for each month the return is delinquent.

World Media Six Gouda ways to celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day in Norman
Author: 0 Six Gouda ways to celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day in Norman

Their grilled cheese is served with four different kinds of cheeses melted on a Ciabatta Roll. United States government cookbooks describe Navy cooks broiling " American cheese filling sandwiches " during World War II. Come lunchtime, order the grilled cheese smelt, which is guaranteed to please. Base: Choose your bread. Whataburger also offers a grilled cheese on the kids' menu .

World Media Malayalam compulsory in Kerala schools
Author: 0 Malayalam compulsory in Kerala schools

A press note that was issued by the Kerala Chief Minister's office with details on the Cabinet meeting indicated that the government had noted that some schools in the state placed restrictions on speaking in Malayalam and teach the language.

Author: 0 South African opposition marks Zuma's birthday with protest

Political party leaders such as Malema, Cope's Mosiuoa Lekota and the DA's Phumzile Van Damme will deliver their addresses to the many calling for Zuma's resignation. Zuma had accused Friday's marchers of having racist motives. Zuma said many placards and posters carried by the protesters "displayed beliefs that we thought had been buried in 1994".

Author: 0 Ex-Iranian President Ahmadinejad submits his name for presidential election

Ahmadinejad's return to Iran's presidency could see the West, particularly the USA, reevaluate the nuclear deal struck under the administration of moderate President Hassan Rouhani, who is expected to seek re-election. Mr Ahmadinejad's eight years in office saw a tightening of worldwide sanctions on the Islamic Republic to curb its nuclear program. His registration as a candidate is the second surprising announcement in Iran's presidential race.

World Media May, Trump agree Russia should break ties with Assad -UK PM's office
Author: 0 May, Trump agree Russia should break ties with Assad -UK PM's office

The comments came out as U.S. secretary of state Rex Tillerson and Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov held tense talks following an alleged Syrian chemical attack and subsequent missile strike by Washington . Officials said there is no USA intelligence consensus on whether Russian Federation had advance knowledge of the attack. The G7 blames Assad's military for a deadly chemical attack last week.

World Media Four Pakistani infiltrators killed in Kashmir
Author: 0 Four Pakistani infiltrators killed in Kashmir

Kashmiri protesters throw stones on Indian security men outside a poling station during a by-election to an Indian Parliament seat in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Sunday, April. The incident took place when innocent Kashmiris were protesting against the staged elections in local constituency. "We have suspended all train services between Srinagar-Badgam and Baramulla in north Kashmir", a railway official told UNI.

World Media BC election campaign set to begin
Author: 0 BC election campaign set to begin

He said Clark's Liberals are looking to turn attention away from last week's report by Ombudsman Jay Chalke into the government's flawed handling of an investigation that resulted in eight health workers being wrongly fired and one of the workers taking his own life.

Author: 0 US threatens more pressure on Syria after missile strikes

On Saturday, Syrian warplanes resumed flights from an air base targeted in Friday's USA cruise missile attack, according to a provincial governor who said the base was operating from what he described as "a first phase". "There can be a shared commitment to defeat ISIS and also agree that you can't gas your own people". This is a clear no. Russian Federation is on the Security Council and definitely does not approve of the USA strike.

World Media Rose, Garcia tied for lead at Masters in prelude to finale
Author: 0 Rose, Garcia tied for lead at Masters in prelude to finale

Fowler was part of a four-way tie for the lead when the third round started Saturday. He had a double bogey on the par-4 third hole and could never recover. He shot a steady 1-under 71 to remain in striking distance, a stroke behind co-leaders Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia. Rose , who also closed with a 69, graciously patted Garcia's cheek before they embraced.

Author: 0 North Korea Calls US Strikes On Syria 'Unforgivable'

Whether it will be enough to move China towards denuclearizing the NoKo's remains to be seen. As the North Korea has recently carried out a number of nuclear missile tests it is "prudent", for Washington to send the military strike group to the region, McMaster added.

Author: 0 USA, Canada and Mexico confirm joint bid for 2026 Fifa World Cup

All World Cup bids must be submitted by December 2018. Asked whether Mexico in particular, which hosted the World Cup in 1970 and 1986, wanted to hold more matches, Gulati said: "I think it's safe to say both countries would have liked to host more".

Author: 0 Teenage Russian asylum seeker arrested over explosive device in Oslo

The youth was detained on suspicion of handling explosives, but investigators do not know if he planned to carry out an attack with the homemade device, Signe Aaling, chief prosecutor for Norway's PST security service, said . Wearing a yellow jumper with grey stripes, the teenager appeared impassive, sometimes leaning towards his lawyer to talk. Police across the Nordic region have been on heightened alert after a truck ploughed into a crowd in Stockholm last Friday.

World Media Suspected Russian spam boss arrested in Spain at United States request
Author: 0 Suspected Russian spam boss arrested in Spain at United States request

However, Levashov's arrest drew immediate attention after his wife told a Russia's RT broadcaster he was linked to America's 2016 election hacking. Levashov is also known as "Peter Severa" - Pyotr is Russian for Peter - who's a frequent contributor to underground cybercrime forums as well as a notorious "spam kingpin", according to cybersecurity blogger Brian Krebs .

Author: 0 President Trump's Grandkids Sing in Mandarin for the Chinese President

Arabella performed the song "Jasmine" for the first couple of China as well as the " Three Character Classic " and some poetry from the Tang dynasty. US President Donald Trump has claimed "tremendous goodwill and friendship" was formed during his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, but issued a mixed message on trade.

Author: 0 United Nations strongly condemns North Korea's latest missile launch

The Massachusetts Democrat's plan, outlined in a letter that was sent to Trump on the eve of his first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, suggests that the U.S. Ralph Cossa, president of the Pacific Forum CSIS think tank in Honolulu, said he was expecting North Korea would do something to coincide with the Trump-Xi summit, perhaps conduct a nuclear test.

World Media Satirist John Clarke, 68, dies on hiking trip in Grampians
Author: 0 Satirist John Clarke, 68, dies on hiking trip in Grampians

In the short interviews that aired on " A Current Affair " and later "The 7.30 Report ", Dawe played the interviewer while Clarke played the celebrity or politician. "I grew up with Fred Dagg and I am devastated by John Clarke's death". His 1976 debut album, " Fred Dagg's Greatest Hits", has been a perennial best-seller in New Zealand for more than three decades.

World Media Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny
Author: 0 Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny

However, an attorney for Yates, David O'Neil says that the Justice Department had stated that Yates's official communications on matters of interest would not be revealed without written approval. Mr Spicer told journalists that the White House had "encouraged" Ms Yates, who was sacked by the president for not backing his travel ban, to give evidence.

World Media Djorkaeff: Time for Wenger to change his ways at Arsenal or elsewhere
Author: 0 Djorkaeff: Time for Wenger to change his ways at Arsenal or elsewhere

Arsenal have qualified for the Champions League in every full season that Wenger has been manager. After ruling both Cech and Koscielny out of Wednesday's home game against West Ham , Wenger said he was unsure who would captain the team - before it transpired he did not know who had finished Sunday's match as skipper.

World Media Man gets slammed by bird while riding roller coaster
Author: 0 Man gets slammed by bird while riding roller coaster

Arturo Mas-Sardá and Piero Ferrari set the park's wheels in motion in an emotive event attended by a host of celebrities, including special guests Ferrari test driver, Marc Gené. This man got an unexpected bird to the neck as he zoomed around Europe's fastest rollercoaster outside Barcelona. Accelerating from 0 to 110 miles per hour in five seconds, the Red Force ride fires passengers to a height of 112 metres - though the entire ride is over in about 30 seconds.

Author: 0 A Trump national security adviser tapped as Singapore envoy

Flynn resigned after acknowledging he had given "incomplete information" about conversations he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December about American sanctions against Russia for hacking Democratic Party officials during the 2016 election.

World Media Grassroots bid to boost voter numbers in France
Author: 0 Grassroots bid to boost voter numbers in France

The European Parliament accuses Le Pen's eurosceptic Front National party of defrauding it by about 340,000 euros ($360,000) by using funds allotted for parliamentary assistants to pay Le Pen's personal assistant Catherine Griset and her bodyguard Thierry Legier for work in France.

Author: 0 Venezuela's political crisis just got even worse

The decision came after President Nicolas Maduro met in the early morning hours with the National Defense Council and urged the Supreme Court to review rulings 155 and 156, issued this week, which the National Assembly members called a coup.

World Media Clashes at French far-right leader Le Pen rally in Corsica
Author: 0 Clashes at French far-right leader Le Pen rally in Corsica

Gianni Pierson, 38, from the staunchly conservative town of Provins where Fillon campaigned on Wednesday, had traditionally voted on the right, and plumped for ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy at the last election in 2012. This would be followed by other legislation to cut the number of MPs by a third and to free up the labour market. "I'm not asking you to like me".

World Media Did Susan Rice act inappropriately when she 'unmasked' names in intelligence reports?
Author: 0 Did Susan Rice act inappropriately when she 'unmasked' names in intelligence reports?

Fox News reported Monday that Rice asked for Trump associates to be identified - or "unmasked" - in intelligence reports and those names were then widely disseminated at the top levels of the government. Nunes was heavily criticized for making the announcement to the press and briefing the White House before he shared the information with the rest of the intelligence committee.