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'400 Mawozo' Gang Suspected in Kidnapping Among Haiti's Most Dangerous

The gang, “400 Mawozo,” captured several clergy members in April, and the local authorities say it is behind Saturday’s kidnapping.
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Employee dies after falling out hotel window
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GoFundMe for firefighter burned during arson fire
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Woman reportedly breastfed pet cat on board flight
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Little boy suffers gunshot wound; house shot into
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10-yo girl celebrates birthday by paying it forward
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Franklin Firefighters rescue horse on Saturday
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Woman killed by comfort animal in Bolton
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Officials: Mother charged with murder of 5-month-old
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Criminal probe underway at University of New Haven
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Ton of lettuce kits found on edge of road
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Dunkin's loyal customer surprises employee with furnished home
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Calls for officer to be disciplined after video
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Couple logs 6,000 miles on Great Loop journey
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Mom shocked by confederate flags in school's book
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Officer dies after shooting outside grocery store
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Sorority placed on limited status amid allegations
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Couple's holiday lights to help feed hungry Iowans
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Pub to donate half of profits to Oxford victims
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Kim Kardashian celebrates ‘bestie’ Saint West’s 6th birthday
The Kardashians celebrated Saint West's birthday on Sunday with sweet tributes shared to social media. "My baby Saint is 6 today!" Kim gushed.
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Eating disorder posts still thrive on Instagram despite claims of a crackdown
Instagram is still plagued with disturbing eating disorder images that appear to violate the photo app's rules — months after parent company Meta claimed it was cracking down.
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Former senator David Perdue to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp for Georgia governor
Perdue was narrowly forced into a runoff in the 2020 election and lost his seat to Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.).
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Why Do Hamsters Eat Their Own Babies? 10 Weird Facts You Didn't Know About The Rodent
Hamsters may be adorable animals, but the fluffy pets have a few peculiarities owners should be aware of.
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GOP vaccine resistance confronting Biden has deep roots
The worrisome Omicron variant lends fresh urgency to President Joe Biden's months-long grind to vaccinate Americans against the coronavirus. He needs it.
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Sophia Culpo cheers on boyfriend Braxton Berrios after his fast Jets start
It seems no one was ready for Braxton Berrios' monster kickoff return, including his girlfriend, Sophia Culpo.
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Despite high-flying careers, these entrepreneurs enjoy a successful travel side hustle
We’re all looking forward to brighter days ahead, especially these entrepreneurs who have built blossoming sideline careers in the travel industry.
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Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell gets NFL interest with Bearcats heading to CFP
Cincinnati appears to have survived this year's coaching carousel with Luke Fickell still at the helm. But the NFL could have something to say about that.
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College Football Playoff rankings winners and losers: Pitt, Group of Five teams on rise; Baylor, Notre Dame on the outs
College Football Playoff committee gifted controversy-free semifinal field, but didn't show much respect for Baylor. BYU misses out on New Year's Six.       
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Live updates: Washington Football Team faces the Raiders
Taylor Heinicke and the Washington Football Team are in Las Vegas to take on the Raiders. Follow along for live updates.
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Surging UCLA will face No. 18 N.C. State in the Holiday Bowl at Petco Park
UCLA will take on No. 18 North Carolina State in the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 28 at Petco Park in San Diego.
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Live updates: Washington Football Team faces the Raiders
Taylor Heinicke and the Washington Football Team are in Las Vegas to take on the Raiders. Follow along for live updates.
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NYC driver killed after crashing ‘headlong’ into MTA bus
Mikhail Sukhitskiy of New Dorp Beach was driving his Subaru sedan west on Ebbitts Avenue when he hit the bus, which was coming from the opposite direction.
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Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns football hires Michael Desormeaux as coach to succeed Billy Napier
Michael Desormeaux, 36, has no college head coaching game experience, but he has worked as an assistant under two Louisiana coaches.       
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David Perdue to Launch Campaign Against Gov. Brian Kemp in Georgia Gubernatorial Race
Former Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) is expected to announce on Monday that he is running for governor of Georgia in 2022, according to multiple reports.
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Bob Dole, Longtime Senator and Presidential Hopeful, Dies at 98
Dole ran for the presidency three times and was the Senate Republican leader for more than a decade.
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Tom Thibodeau takes apparent shot at RJ Barrett over shooting woes
Tom Thibodeau suggested RJ Barrett isn't taking as many shots at the training facility as he used to.
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San Francisco crime surge prompts city to suspend cannabis tax to help dispensaries versus drug dealers
City supervisors in San Francisco unanimously approved an ordinance suspending the city's business tax on cannabis retailers last week.
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Maryland football is heading to the Pinstripe Bowl to face Virginia Tech
This will be Maryland's first bowl appearance since 2016 and the first under Michael Locksley.
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Opinion | Bob Dole Endorsed Trump. But Would Today’s Party Even Consider Him a Republican?
The ultimate party loyalist had fundamental beliefs about politics that would now get him labeled a RINO, or worse.
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19-Year-Old Abducts 16-Year-Old, Tries to Take Her Into Canada Before Arrest: Police
The suspect, Christopher Jesus Costanzo, was reportedly turned away at the border because he lacked a negative COVID-19 test.
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What does the yellow dot mean on the iPhone
The green dot on the front of the iPhone signifies that the camera is in use while the orange represents the microphone.
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Cheyanne Vlismas bet on herself in battling personal, health challenges
Take a look inside Cheyanne Vlismas' win over Mallory Martin at UFC on ESPN 31 in Las Vegas.      Related Stories5 biggest takeaways from UFC on ESPN 31: Jose Aldo proves Khabib was wrong about himUFC on ESPN 31 bonuses: Fiziev's wheel kick, Guida's submission among six total winnersUFC on ESPN 31 post-event facts: Jose Aldo's win comes with unique record 
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Former CNN anchor calls on network to replace Cuomo with a woman
Former CNN news anchor Brooke Baldwin called on her old network to replace Chris Cuomo’s vacant slot with a new female anchor
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Canadian employers, facing labor shortage, accommodate the unvaccinated
Canada's tight labor market is forcing many companies to offer regular COVID-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise.
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D.C. police investigate shooting in Deanwood
The victim, a woman, was reported to be unconscious and not breathing, police said.
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2022 NYPD K9 and Friends calendar has tails wagging
More than a dozen dogs and other animals -- most named after fallen officers -- are featured in a series of photos in the 2022 NYPD K9 and Friends calendar.
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Republicans, Democrats react to Bob Dole's death: He 'represented the finest of American values'
The death of former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, 98, sparked a wave of reactions from Republicans and Democrats.
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UConn star Paige Bueckers helped off the court after going down with non-contact injury
UConn star Paige Bueckers appeared to suffer a scary non-contact injury on Sunday during the Huskies’ win over Notre Dame.
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Senate Democrat Says He'll Settle for Scaled-Back Gun Control Reform After Oxford Shooting
"I want universal background checks...but I will settle for something much less because that will save lives," Senator Chris Murphy said.
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