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Official blamed for murdering Oklahoma police boss in Florida

A community Oklahoma cop was accused of murdering his boss after what specialists depicted as a liquor filled fight in a Florida Panhandle lodging. 

The two men had been remaining at the Hilton on Pensacola Beach throughout the end of the week for a law implementation meeting, said Escambia County Sheriff's representative Amber Southard. 

Sooner or later early Sunday evening, inn security was called on the grounds that the two men were being troublesome, Southard said. Later that night, inn staff called the sheriff's area of expertise in light of the fact that the men were battling. 

"A genuine physical fight," she said. 

At the point when representatives showed up, they discovered Chief Lucky Miller dead, she stated, and there was no weapon. She included that liquor was included and that a post-mortem examination is in progress. 

An individual who picked up the telephone at a number related with Miller declined to remark and asked that The Associated Press not call once …

What's postponing the solidarity government? South Sudan

The rival pioneers have by and by missed a cutoff time to shape a transitional solidarity government, raising new worries for a delicate harmony process in a nation crushed by long periods of ruinous common war. 

President Salva Kiir and agitator pioneer Riek Machar had concurred in September to set up a power-sharing government by Tuesday. 

In any case, in a gathering a week ago, interceded by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Sudan's between time pioneer Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Kiir and Machar consented to push back by 100 days the development of the new organization. 

The discussions in Entebbe, Uganda, noticed that "basic errands" were as yet not finished, including issues identified with security courses of action, administration and the joining of battling powers. 

It is the second time that an expansion has been allowed following the marking a year ago of the most recent harmony bargain between warring sides in the midst of strain to end the years-long clash that …

Previous President Jimmy Carter enters clinic for medical procedure (Surgery)

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was admitted to a clinic on Monday evening for a medical procedure to diminish pressure on his mind, brought about by seeping because of his ongoing falls, his representative said. 

The method is booked for Tuesday morning at Emory University Hospital, Deanna Congileo said in an announcement. 

Carter has fallen in any event multiple times this year, and the main episode in the spring required hip substitution medical procedure. He made a trip to Nashville, Tennessee, and helped fabricate a Habitat for Humanity home in the wake of getting 14 stiches following a fall on Oct. 6. Furthermore, he was quickly hospitalized in the wake of breaking his pelvis on Oct. 21. He got a critical malignancy conclusion in 2015 however endure and has since said he is sans disease. 

About four decades after he left office and in spite of a body that is bombing following 95 years, the country's most established ever ex-president still encourages Sunday school generally …