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United States

Manhunt underway for murder defendant who fled courthouse before guilty verdict

A manhunt was underway early Saturday for a murder defendant who fled an Atlanta courthouse Friday before a guilty verdict was announced at his trial, authorities said.

Australia

Concerns grow over fate of Sydney's last government-owned sandstone building

NSW opposition fears the ornate chief secretary’s building will be sold off as key tenant vacates• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The New South Wales opposition fears that the chief secretary’s office, one of Sydn

America

Five people die as anti-government protests spread across Nicaragua

Fears unrest over social security reforms may grow as more demonstrators join in and the state responds with heavy handAt least five people have died during three days of violent protests that have spread across Nicaragua in response to government reforms

Scotland

Scottish salmon farming petition signed by 30,500

The petition urges the Scottish government to routinely test effluent from salmon processing plants.

World

North Korea announces end to missile testing as Trump cites 'big progress'

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced Friday that his country will be suspending missile testing and closing a nuclear test site, several reports said.

World

Raul Castro acts like he's retiring though future unclear

Raul Castro was relaxed as he gave a 90-minute speech handing over the presidency to his hand-picked successor, Miguel Diaz-Canel.

Politics

EPA staff see hurdles in Pruitt science revamp, internal emails show

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials are concerned that companies may be required to publicly disclose confidential data used in crafting government regulations, under an initiative by the agency's chief to eliminate "secr

United States

Settlement announced in coroner discrimination lawsuit

A settlement has been reached in a racial discrimination lawsuit against a Mississippi Gulf Coast county and its coroner.

World

At least three dead, including police officer, in Nicaragua protests

MANAGUA (Reuters) - Protests in Nicaragua over changes to social security have led to the deaths of at least three people, including a police officer, the Red Cross said on Friday, heaping pressure on the leftist government of President Daniel Ortega.

America

Michael Cohen may have to declare Stormy Daniels case could affect criminal probe

Attorneys want a stay on the porn star's lawsuit, saying it could affect a separate criminal investigation

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