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Mayor calls ghostly face seen in Salem streetlamp 'eerie'

Mayor calls ghostly face seen in Salem streetlamp 'eerie'

With a strong resemblance of a grimacing man inside the light post, the photo has gained significant ground on Twitter with over 500 re-tweets in less than 24 hours. The Salem mayor says she spotted the creepy site Thursday on the corner of North and Federal Street. The town of Salem is most known for the famous Salem Witch Trials that took place in 1692.


Copa America to be expanded, says CONMEBOL chief

Copa America to be expanded, says CONMEBOL chief

But CONMEBOL President Alejandro Dominguez said the organisation has agreed to expand the format, without revealing where the additional teams will come from. Sign up for the online chat with Air Force Deputy CIO Bill Marion II on May 9, at 10 a.m. (EDT). The field for the South American championship has traditionally been 12 teams, but that standard was broken last year with 16 teams playing in a 100-year anniversary edition in the United States.



Trump Administration Wants North Korea At Negotiating Table On Nuclear Weapons

China has already restricted coal imports from North Korea, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reports that China has specifically instructed North Korea not to conduct a sixth nuclear test. White House officials on Wednesday described North Korea as an "urgent" threat to national security and a "top foreign policy priority". The interview , held at the Oval Office, was published a day after a classified briefing on North Korea by the administration to which all 100 U.S.



Trump warns that 'major, major conflict' with North Korea is possible

Contradicting U.S. President Donald Trump, South Korea said Friday it has no plan to renegotiate a bilateral trade deal with the U.S., or to pay for the U.S. In the intervening years, North Korea has conducted four nuclear tests, including a purported hydrogen bomb test. A joint statement from the agency heads made no specific mention of military options, though it said the USA would defend itself and friends.


Militant group: Pakistan using prisoner for propaganda

Militant group: Pakistan using prisoner for propaganda

In the video, the ex-spokesman of the group said he surrendered to authorities after seeing his leaders receiving help from Indian and Afghan intelligence services to orchestrate attacks in Pakistan. According to tribesmen, after the militants were expelled from towns and villages in Miranshah and its adjoining areas as a result of the military operation by the Pakistani security forces, they escaped to the border areas with Afghanistan and established their sanctuaries on the Pakistani side ...