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Timeline of Aaron Hernandez's legal problems

Timeline of Aaron Hernandez's legal problems

Lifesaving techniques were administered to the former New England Patriots tight end and he was rushed to a hospital, where a physician pronounced him dead at approximately 4:07 am (0807 GMT). He said officials had no reason to believe Hernandez might take his life , and if they had had any such worries, he would have been transferred to a mental health unit.



Trump Directing Interagency Review on Iran Nuclear Deal

Obama argued the deal was narrowly tailored to prevent what he said was the imminent emergence of a nuclear-armed Iran. The then-candidate declined to give details about his plans to improve the deal, and Trump has not clarified how he would approach a new agreement since becoming President.


Indonesia prosecutors seek 2 years probation for Jakarta gov

Indonesia prosecutors seek 2 years probation for Jakarta gov

Indonesian social media users likened the election outcome to the shock results of the US presidential vote and the Brexit vote of previous year. "We are ready to continue". The bitter campaign evolved into a test of ethnic and religious tolerance in the world's most populous Muslim nation, long seen as a bastion of moderate Islam.



O'Reilly out at Fox News Channel, still denies allegations

The New York Times revealed in April that five women had received payouts from parent company 21st Century Fox for not pursuing legal proceedings over alleged harassment. O'Reilly was Fox News' top revenue producer, according to research firm Kantar Media. A Vatican photograph showed O'Reilly shaking hands with Pope Francis after a general audience on Wednesday, but it was not clear if the Pope knew who the television host was.


British MPs to vote on Theresa May's general election plan

British MPs to vote on Theresa May's general election plan

May is still living with David Cameron's. She said it was "all the more important that Scotland is protected from a Tory (Conservative) Party which now sees the chance of grabbing control of government for many years to come and moving the United Kingdom further to the right - forcing through a hard Brexit and imposing deeper cuts in the process".



Trump orders review of visa program for highly skilled workers

US President Donald Trump, hammering his "America First" campaign theme, signed an executive order that he said would favour American companies for federal contracts and tighten the H-1B visa programme for foreign technical workers. The Dallas-based company said that 19 percent of its steel and 67 percent of its pipe was made in the USA over the last few years. "Currently, companies routinely abuse the H-1B visa programme by replacing American workers with lower paid foreign workers", ...