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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Monday. June 6. 2015 it Jmel i i Imi sni is escaped killers remain on run Dannemora near to murderers who used Power eels it escape from prison must Lave taken Days to Cut through tee Walls pipes break Brough the bricks Tov Andrew Nemo said sunday As a $100,000 Eward was posted for information arising to their capture. I authorities a or Rote investigate j no How the Ujj mates obtained k he Power tools i Ltd hey used in the. Breakout Richard Man Over the weekend 3 sophisticated plan c Homo a a said. It took a a a ?1 period of time no doubt to exe cute. R a Bart Al it avid sweat. 34 Quot Tibit was serving a David sweat sentence of life without parole for the 2002 killing it a sheriff s Deputy Richard Matt. 48. Had been sentenced to 23 years to life for kidnapping killing dismembering his former Boss in 1997. These Are killers. They Are murderers the governor said. There s never been a question about the crimes they committed. They Are now on the Loose our first order of business is apprehending officials gave no details on How the men managed to avoid Detec lion while cutting their Way out. A a they had to be Cuomo told abcs a Good morning Ameri after the search is Over a Well go through the exact details of what they did How they did it to ensure this never happens again Cuomo said later. Authorities set up roadblocks brought in bloodhounds helicopters. Hundreds of Law enforcement officers fanned out around the prison about 20 Miles South of the Canadian Border following up on dozens of tips. But authorities acknowledged they did not have a Good idea where the convicts could be. They May have crossed into Canada or headed to another state Cuomo said. A this is a crisis situation for the state Quot he said. Quot these Are dangerous men capable of committing grave crimes g-7 leaders signal United front on Russia sanctions president Barack Obama drinks a Beer sunday As he sits Between men dressed in traditional bavarian clothes during a visit to the Village of Krum Southern Germany prior to the g 7 Summit David Mchugh David rising Kemah. Iierman it Lei Man Chancellor Angela Merkel said sunday she expects a meeting of the croup of seven industrialized democracies to produce a United signal sane Lions against Russia can Only be softened if a Ecru Law peace Accord for i Kraine is fully implement cd even before the Issue was brought to the table most of the leaders had already expressed their support Blithe idea this years meeting of tin leading industrialized democracies was the second in a Row without Russia. Which was ejected from w hat was the j 8 last year Over its actions in Ukraine. Even with president Vladimir Rutin absent Russia was prominent in tin leaders minds As they gathered in tile bavarian Alps Merkel u s president Barack Obama agreed dining a pre Summit bilateral meeting that the duration of sanctions imposed upon Moscow should be a clearly linked to russians full Urpin mentation of the Minsk i acc Accord agreed in eel Mary the White House said in a statement Merkel French president Francois Hollan another Summit participant were Central to drawing up that Accord new surveillance Law includes provisions allowing United states to ratify nuclear terrorism treaties Washington a nicked into the surveillance Bill that became Law was a Little noticed Sec Tion that will let tin United states Complete ratification of two Long stalled treaties aimed at stopping a frightening scenario terrorists wielding radioactive bombs a today nearly 2.0 h metric tons of weapons usable nuclear materials remain spread across hundreds of Sites around the Globe some of it poorly secured Quot said former sen Sam Nunn co chairman of the nuclear threat initiative an organi in Washington that works on Sam Nunn the Issue a we know that to get the materials needed to build a bomb terrorists will not necessary in go where there is the most material. They will go where the material is most Vul Era when president Barack Obama signed the surveillance Law last tuesday attention focused on How it ends the Nat ional Security Agency s bulk collection of americans Tole phone records the last drafts of that legislation however included la paragraphs permitting the us to formally endorse two nuclear terrorism treaties after years of delay the Senate ratified both treaties in 2008, but it has taken seven years to pass legislation needed to bring i s Law in line with them that s what was needed for the u s to Complete the ratification process one treaty is the International a invention for the suppression of acts of nuclear terrorism which took effect in 2007. Preliminary election results j to lose its majority in parliament Suzan Fraser Desmond Butler Ankara. Turkey or rebuke of president re i a stunning Cep tav Yip Erdogan s ambitions to expand i Powers turkish voters san Pix d his party of its simple majority in Parka ment. Preliminary election results showed sunday with 99.9 percent of the vote counted. Erdogan a ruling Justice development party the air had the support of around 41 percent of vol ors state run try television said. According to projections that would give it some 258 seats 18 window the minimum needed to keep its Majori to. The unexpected setback for air Likely puts an end for the time being to Erdogan a Hopes of passing constitutional changes that would have greatly boosted the Powers of his office. Instead he faces struggles to retain his pre eminent place in turkish politics without the obvious levers to steer the government through his party in Parka ment. The result is also a bitter blow to prime minister Ahmet Davut Oglu w Hose political prospects Are Uncertain Atter leading his party to such a disappointing result. Aki will now have to seek a coalition partner to recep Tayyib Erdogan stay in Power with the nationalist map the most Likely candidate. Late sunday Davut Oglu declared Victory in the election but didst acknowledge his party had lost its majority. A everyone should see that the Asp was the victorious party the Winner of this election. There is no doubt about he said. We will assess the messages of this election continue on our path in a More determined in an indication of How precipitous in Erdogan a fortunes have fallen he had begun the Campaign asking Vot cps for Khz of the total 550 seats in the grand National Assembly a massive majority Well above the 330 seats needed to Call for a National referendum to change the Constitution Mexico a 1st Independent candidate ahead in exit polls Mexico try a Mexico a first Independent gubernatorial candidate was leading in exit polls is voting closed sunday in Central states Atter an election marred by sporadic outbursts of violence in elections seen As a litmus test for president Enrique Pena Nieto the candidate of his institutional revolutionary party apr geared to la losing in the key Northern state of Nuevo Leon where inc Pond Cut Jaime Rodriguez known As Al had at least ii it a int Lead in exit polls conducted by the television network a aztecs other Media. The margin of error in the aztecs Survey however was 3.8 percentage Points. The ruling party candidate Bonne Alvarez acknowledged the vote was close Rodriguez a popularity in a state that is Home to the business Hub of Monterrey was attributed to Vot Orsu disgust with All political parties. Each with its own corruption scandals. This wits the first election in the country allowing unaffiliated candidates thanks to an electoral Reform last year. The horseback Riding Boot Clad Tough talking Rodriguez earned his nickname Atter he survived two assassination attempts that left his car Bullet Ridden As mayor of a suburb of Monterrey. He said the attacks were from a drug Cartel his support harkens Back to 20 when another plainspoken Cowton candidate Vicente Fox managed to topple the i til is 71 year Rule win the presidency for the opposition National action party. 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On this Date in . 632, the Prophet Muhammad died in Medina in 1845, Andrew Jack or seventh president of the United states died in Nashville Tennessee in 1864, a soar Quot Lincoln was nominated for another term As president during the National Union Republican party a convention in Baltimore in 1948, Trio Uxa o Star theater made its debut on neg to with Milton Berle guest hosting the first pro Gram Berle was later named the show s permanent Host in 1953, the u s supreme court ruled unanimously that restaurants in the District of Columbia could not refuse to serve Blacks eight tornadoes struck Michigan s lower Penin Sula killing 126 people in 1967, 34 u s servicemen were killed when Israel attacked the uss Liberty a Navy intelligence gathering ship in the Mediterranean Israel later said the Liberty had been mistaken for an egyptian vessel in 1982, president Ronald Reagan became the first american chief executive to address a joint session of the British parliament today a birthdays former first lady Barbara Bush is 90 actor comedian Jerry Stiller is 88 Rock Singer Bonnie Tyler is 64 Gilbert Quot creator Scott Adams is 58. 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