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Arkansas inmates scheduled for execution ask court to review

Arkansas was set to execute the first inmate by lethal injection on Monday night. The state of Arkansas has appealed a federal judge's decision preventing it from executing several inmates before its supply of an execution drug expires at the end of the month.

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Trump welcomes 21000 to his first Easter Egg Roll

The White House transmitted through Facebook the Trump message to the nation. "We wish you great fun and a attractive day is coming ahead of us", she said, according to the Daily Mail . Melania's communications director Stephanie Grisham said of the rumours she'll be relocating to Washington: "That has always been the plan, so yes it's true".

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Murder suspect released after posting $35M bail

Tiffany Li, wearing a baseball cap pulled low over eyes and a hood wrapped tightly around her head, declined to answer questions shouted by reporters as a bodyguard ushered her out of jail and into an SUV. That "somebody" is Tiffany Li, the woman charged with killing Keith Green, her ex-boyfriend, and father of their two young children. "Very disappointing today, to hear about the bail", said Angela Dunn, longtime family friend of Green who can not believe Li will bail out.

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Suspect in Washington state mall shootings found dead in cell

The victims - Sarai Lara, Shayla Martin, Belinda Galde, Beatrice Dotson, and Wilton Eagan - ranged in ages from 16 to 95 years old. "Our heart goes out to Mr. He then shot Chuck Eegan, 61, before heading to the department store's cosmetic counter and opening fire on three women seeking cover. The Hispanic description came from 911 calls who said the shooter was possibly a Hispanic man dressed in grayish clothing who entered the store with a long rifle and fired multiple shots.

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Inmate slated to die Thursday due at hearing

By the time the court reached a decision Monday night, Davis had already received his last meal and the execution team was ready. "After the darkness of Good Friday has come a great light", stated Karen Clifton, executive director of the Catholic Mobilizing Network, which works to end the death penalty.

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South Korea: North Korea missile test ends in failure

The Associated Press furthers notes that in a statement Friday, North Korea's military drew parallels to past USA actions against Iraq and Libya. This would allow North Korea to prevent its limited number of ICBM-capable launcher trucks from being damaged during launches and also make the missiles harder to detect after they're fired, he said.