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Break-in attempted at mortuary housing remains of Kim Jong Nam
Break-in attempted at mortuary housing remains of Kim Jong Nam

Malaysian police on Wednesday reported an attempted break-in at the morgue where the body of Kim Jong Nam was being held. Kim, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was killed on February 13 in Kuala Lumpur International Airport in what authorities are treating as a murder case.

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Michael Flynn resigns as National Security Advisor to Trump administration
Michael Flynn resigns as National Security Advisor to Trump administration

U.S. retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn resigned from his position as National Security Advisor at the request of President Donald Trump in response to a Justice Department report indicating the Russian government could blackmail Flynn over untrue statements he'd made to Vice President Pence.

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UK Parliamentary report: homophobia in sport worse than racism
UK Parliamentary report: homophobia in sport worse than racism

According to a report produced by the Culture, Media and Sport select committee of the House of Commons in the United Kingdom, discrimination against homosexuality is now a worse problem in sports than racism and sports governing bodies have failed to effectively respond to the problem.

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Modern radio drama 'Paranoria, TX' releases 100th episode
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Modern radio drama 'Paranoria, TX' releases 100th episode

Paranoria, TX, a modern radio drama hosted at internet-based AstroNet Radio, released its 100th episode. The episode is titled "The People's Choice".

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Adele and David Bowie each win five Grammys
Adele and David Bowie each win five Grammys

British singer Adele won five Grammy Awards at the 59th Grammy Awards event in Los Angeles. David Bowie posthumously won five Grammys.

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