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Here's what happened in this week's vaping crisis

On this April 11, 2018, file a photo of a high school student using a vaping device near a school campus. AP Photo | Stephen Sen The fervor over vaping reached a crescendo this week with two congressional hearings, hundreds of new cases of mysterious pulmonary disease, Juul e-cigarette maker cataclysm, and canceled merger plans between big tobacco companies Altria …

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces scrutiny over alleged links to US businesswoman

LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a potential test for his alleged ties to an American businesswoman. On Friday, London authorities asked the country's police superintendent to decide if there were grounds to investigate Johnson for misconduct in a public place. The headquarters was dispatched to the Independent Police Conduct Office. He cites that Jennifer Arkury and her …

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Murders in Canada: Teenage fugitives confess to murder, police say

Copyright RCMP Caption Images Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky have confessed to the video of the killing of three people Two fugitives in Canada have confessed to killing three people in videos recorded before killing their lives, according to police. The nationwide pursuit of the couple began after the killings in northern British Columbia in July. Kam McLeod, 19, and …

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Hundreds of boys, men, released from torture buildings in Nigeria

LAGOS, Nigeria – Hundreds of boys and men were rescued from a building in Northern Nigeria where they were beaten, starved, sexually assaulted and chained, police said on Friday. Visible footprints on their bodies indicate that some had been tortured, police spokesman Yakubu Sabo in Kaduna state told the Associated Press as shocked authorities tried to track down the families …

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Afghanistan Presidential Election: Polls open against tight security | News

Polls were opened in Afghanistan's presidential election amid fears of violence stemming from threats by the Taliban to disrupt the electoral process. Security was tightened across the country, with tens of thousands of troops and police stationed to guard polling stations and prevent attacks. An explosion struck at least 15 people in the precinct in the southern city of Kandahar …

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Hong Kong protesters set a busy schedule ahead of China's National Day

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong Democratic protesters set a busy schedule for Saturday, restoring Lennon walls with anti-government graffiti and marking the fifth anniversary of the Umbrella movement, which has closed the city for weeks. Anti-government protesters attend a rally in Edinburgh Place to show solidarity with detained political activists held at the San Uk Ling Detention Center in …

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Justice Department and William Bar Return in Storm

Questions about handling the allegations of those who have signaled to President Donald Trump are pushing the Office and Attorney General William Bar back in defense, explaining their process and addressing sensitive political investigations. This time, among questions to Barr and the Department of Justice: why the preliminary investigation by the Department of Complaints with violators was closely focused only …

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Ukraine envoy resigns amid scandal consuming Trump's presidency

The envoy's resignation came as three House committees slapped Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with a subpoena, demanding information on controversial and scheduling depositions for five State Department officials, including Volker. The news of Volker's departure was first reported by a student news organization at Arizona State University and confirmed to POLITICO by a person familiar with the issue. It …

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