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Spain finds 17 dead migrants, 100 survivors in Mediterranean

Spanish rescue workers combed the seas and shores of southern Spain on Tuesday, searching for 17 missing migrants a day after...
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17 dead, 132 injured in Taiwan after train derails on coastal route; authorities yet to ascertain cause of accident

The Taiwan Railways Administration have not confirmed if any passengers remain trapped alive inside the train.
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Crimea School Attack [Video]Crimea School Attack  00:38

According to Reuters, A second explosive device found among the personal possessions of the chief suspect in a deadly attack on a college in Crimea that left at least 17 dead on Wednesday has been..

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Support for Stricter Gun Control Laws Dips Post Parkland Shooting [Video]Support for Stricter Gun Control Laws Dips Post Parkland Shooting  01:07

Months after the Parkland, Florida high school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead, a new poll shows support for stricter gun control laws has slipped among Americans.

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17 dead after train flips in Taiwan

YILAN (TAIWAN) - At least 17 people have died after an express train derailed and flipped over on a popular coastal route in Taiwan on Sunday.
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At least 17 dead, dozens injured after train derails in Taiwan

Taiwan's railway administration says 17 people have been killed and 101 injured after a train derailed.
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17 dead in Taiwan rail crash as train flips over


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Taiwan ‘tourist’ train crash leaves 17 dead, 80 injured

At least 17 people were killed and 80 injured on Sunday when a train derailed and several carriages overturned in northeast Taiwan, local authorities said. The train was travelling along a coastal..
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Second explosive device found at Crimea attack scene disarmed: RIA

A second explosive device found among the personal possessions of the chief suspect in a deadly attack on a college in Crimea that left at least 17 dead on Wednesday has been disarmed, the RIA news..
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Crimea college rampage 'not terror related' after 'student gunman leaves 17 dead and dozens injured'

crimea college rampage 'not terror related' after 'student gunman leaves 17 dead and dozens injured'
Russia's Investigative Committee said that the bloody attack was a now being treated as a case of mass murder not terrorism.
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At least 17 dead in Crimea college attack

At least 17 people have been killed and dozens more wounded in an attack at a college in Crimea, with police saying the suspect was a student at the school.
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Here's the latest for Monday October 15th: At least 17 known dead from Hurricane Michael; Sears files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection; International investors pulling out of Saudi conference;..
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Teacher: Confessed Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Posed As Student Months Before Shooting

Records released by prosecutors reveal that Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz trespassed on school grounds about six months before the massacre that left 17 dead.
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