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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Feb. 18, 2015.

Ukraine forces quit town as pro-Russia rebels advance

Thousands of Ukrainian troops have been pulled out of the town of Debaltseve, which had been besieged by pro-Russian separatists ignoring a new ceasefire in the country.

[Read more from Reuters]

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Soccer fans prevent black man from boarding Paris train

The issue of racism among soccer fans has come to the fore after a video captured fans of English club Chelsea allegedly chanting racist songs after refusing to let a black man board a train in Paris.

[Read more from CNN]

New Dr. Seuss book to be published

Random House Children's Books has revealed it will publish a recently discovered manuscript with Dr. Seuss sketches, called What Pet Should I Get.

[Read more from USA Today]

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Homeowners alert DNR to grouse hunting complaints in Northland

Some hunters are allegedly shooting directly in front of houses.

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Charges: Teen couple tortured children while babysitting in St. Paul

A doctor called this "the worst case of abuse he has seen in over 20 years."

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New apartment proposal could spell the end for Myth Live

Myth Live in Maplewood has a spotty past with the surrounding community.

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Police trying to find woman, 18, who was shot at in St. Paul

Police are looking for help finding the woman.

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Is an Amazon grocery store coming to Woodbury?

There's six rumored stores in the Twin Cities.

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Man sentenced to life in prison for 2021 murder of girlfriend

Lacy Jo Krube, 36, was found unresponsive at her St. Paul home, after she'd been beaten in Brooklyn Park.

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New threat prompts closure of Richfield secondary schools

The new threat comes after a shooting outside the Richfield High School football game Friday night.

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Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg to headline Duluth rally

The rally will take place at Leif Erikson Park on Oct. 1.

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Stella's Fish Cafe closes temporarily to investigate viral rodent video

The Uptown restaurant said it was closing temporarily so it could investigate the claims.

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Walz, judge in dispute over Feeding Our Future case

A Ramsey County judge disputed Walz's claims that the Minnesota Department of Education was ordered by the court to resume payments to Feeding Our Future.

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2 dead, 1 with life-threatening injuries in Hwy. 7 crash

Both drivers were not wearing their seatbelt, according to the State Patrol.

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