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November 16, 2018

Fulton County Man Charged with the Murder of a Woman who went Missing Back in September

A Fulton County man is charged with the murder of a woman who went missing while walking home from work in St. Johnsville back in September. […]
November 16, 2018

Madison County Board of Elections Reveal Net Gain of 324 Votes for Democrat Anthony Brindisi

Brand new numbers out of the Madison County Board of Elections reveal a net gain of 324 votes for Democrat Anthony Brindisi in the 22nd district […]
November 16, 2018

Agreement for Ken and Grant Roser of Roser Communications to Buy the Utica Historic Marina

There’s an agreement for Ken and Grant Roser, of Roser Communications, to buy the Utica Historic Marina for $550,000. The existing arrangement with the owners of […]

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November 17, 2018

Threat of violence at home spurs LGBT migrants on to the border

Robert Zepeda/ABC News(TIJUANA, Mexico) -- A group of LGBT migrants was among the first members of the so-called caravan to arrive in Tijuana this week, seeking asylum from some of the most violent countries in the world where gay and trans people are particularly targeted, according to Amnesty International. "We came with the caravan, and the caravan continues," Cesar Mejia told reporters in Tijuana earlier this week. Mejia said their group included about 80 people, including children, from H..
November 17, 2018

Argentine submarine found on bottom of Atlantic Ocean after year of searching

iStock/Thinkstock(BUENOS AIRES) -- An Argentine submarine that went missing almost exactly one year ago has been found at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The Argentine Navy and Defense Ministry confirmed late Friday evening that the remains of the ARA San Juan submarine had been located in the south Atlantic Ocean at a depth of about 800 meters (approximately a half-mile), about 700 miles due east of the Argentine city of Puerto Madryn. The families of the 44 crew members who perished in the a..
November 17, 2018

Alleged Khashoggi killers discussed plot minutes before he arrived: Turkish officials

Chris McGrath/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The team of alleged assassins sent to murder Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi discussed their plan to kill the writer while he was making his way to Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul, a high-level Turkish official familiar with the investigation told ABC News. The exchange, captured on recordings of Khashoggi’s killing and the moments leading up to it, are part of the focus of Turkish investigators, the official said. The extended record..
November 16, 2018

Slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi remembered in funeral service as controversy over murder continues

Chris McGrath/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Friends and family of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi gathered in the rain at Istanbul's Fatih Mosque, one of the city's oldest and most magnificent, to conduct funeral prayers over a bier that remained symbolically empty. More than a month after the writer's murder inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, his remains have yet to be found by investigators, so prayers were held "in absentia." Istanbul newspa..
November 16, 2018

Unexploded World War II bomb found in London’s Hyde Park

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- One of London’s busiest parks was cordoned off Friday after an unexploded World War II mortar was discovered in a lake just yards from Kensington Palace. Police responded to reports of a suspicious object in Hyde Park's Serpentine Lake, which was found to be an unexploded mortar round. The device poses no danger to the public and has been removed, authorities said. "Police are dealing with reports of a possible unexploded ordnance device partially submerged in T..
November 16, 2018

North Korea announces weapons test; will release detained American

iStock/Thinkstock(PYONGYANG, North Korea) -- North Korea announced that its leader Kim Jong Un observed a “successful” and “highly significant” test of an “ultramodern tactical weapon,” according to state media Friday. While the report did not say what kind of weapon it was, the announcement comes amid some renewed tensions with the U.S. and an impasse in talks over its nuclear weapons program. Just last week, North Korea’s chief nuclear negotiator abruptly canceled a trip to New York to meet Se..