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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for April 15, 2015. 

Arrest after gyro-copter lands on U.S. Capitol lawn

Police have arrested the pilot of a gyro-copter that landed on the west lawn of t‎he U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. He is believed to be a Florida mailman was trying to deliver a message on campaign reform to Congress.

[Read more from NBC News]

Life without parole for Aaron Hernandez

Former New England Patriots' star has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after a jury found him guilty of the first-degree murder of his one-time friend Odin Lloyd.

[Read more from CNN]

EU accuses Google of anti-competitive behavior

The European Union has filed a complaint against Google, accusing it of anti-competitive behavior by promoting its own shopping links. It marks the start of a legal process that could result in billions of euros of fines for the search giant.

[Read more from BBC]

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Snow covering cars in Twin Cities

How much snow fell in Minnesota on Tuesday?

More than eight inches fell in parts of the Twin Cities.

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Runways shut down at MSP Airport due to heavy snow

Some spots in the Twin Cities could see up to 8 inches of snow on Tuesday.

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Government official accused of stealing luggage at MSP Airport

Charges state Sam Brinton stole luggage with its contents valued at over $2,000.

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Developer plans 'modern European' condos for Minnetonka

City planners are set to review a concept plan Thursday.

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Expect up to 8 inches in Twin Cities; another snowstorm next week?

The latest from Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.

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Northern long-eared bat moved from threatened to endangered list

Populations affected by white-nose syndrome have declined by 97% or more.

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