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China says many Chinese casualties in North Korea accident

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State television's main Chinese-language news channel showed images of a crashed blue bus with its wheels in the air, in footage taken in pouring rain in the dark. Last month North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, on his first official visit outside the country, and will follow it up this week with a bilateral meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Read More »

Armeena Khan, Ayesha Omar Shared Their Sexual Harassment Incidents

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Aqsa claimed, " Ali is a genuine person who has always been supportive". They forgot the story until Meesha narrated the story of sexual harassment against Ali. I am the father of a young girl and a young boy, a husband to a wife and a son to a mother. It's high time that victims who have suffered harassment at the hands of powerful men and women find a safe space to be able to get the perverts to justice without facing backlash or victim-blaming. Read More »

Royal baby news! Kate goes into hospital

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It's nearly time for the world to welcome another royal baby! John Loughrey said he and several others have been camped outside St. Mary's Hospital, where the Duchess Kate of Cambridge is expected to give birth, for 14 days. Kate Middleton and Prince William have everything they need prepared for when their third child is born in the next few weeks. "The Duchess travelled by vehicle from Kensington Palace to the Lindo Wing at St. Read More »

G7 FMs agree to leave door open for dialogue with Russian Federation

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A senior US State Department official while talking to newsmen after the meeting in Toronto said that the Group opposed Russia's destabilizing behavior. The meetings are not expected to explore further measures as France, Britain, Germany and Italy are all members of this European Union, which has to agree about which steps to take, " claimed two diplomats briefed about the interview. Read More »

Keys, Stephens move United States of America into second straight Fed Cup final

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But it was a firing Petra Kvitova that sealed the deal for the Czech team, as she overcame former world number one Angelique Kerber 6-2, 6-2 in just 58 minutes to send them through to the final. She stepped in for Coco Vandeweghe and beat Pauline Parmentier , who just one of her last eight Fed Cup rubbers, 76 64. The U.S. plays the Czech Republic in the final. Read More »

'A Quiet Place' returns to no. 1 in third week for Paramount

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The John Krasinski horror film narrowly beat out the sophomore outing of Dwayne Johnson's Rampage in its third weekend in theaters, taking the number one spot over new releases I Feel Pretty , Super Troopers 2 , and Traffik . The sequel reunites the 2002 cult classic's leads - Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, and Erik Stolhanske - collectively known as Broken Lizard. Read More »

India approves death penalty for child rapists

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The ordinance, proposed by the Indian Home Ministry, was signed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a Union Cabinet meeting held hours after he returned from a five-day worldwide tour. The recent protests began after police accused eight Hindu men of raping a Muslim girl in a bid to force her nomad community out of a Hindu-dominated area of Jammu and Kashmir. Read More »

Police seek attacker in hate-crime NYC subway assault

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Specifically, he is thought to have accused Mexicans of coming to the country to bring drugs and take jobs. The victim's friend and another person helped the injured commuter back onto the platform. He was transported to an area hospital for a cut on his head. He was wearing a red hat and red shirt, both of which read "Make America Great Again", Donald Trump's famous campaign slogan. Read More »

President signs ordinance on death penalty for child rapists

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On Sunday morning, the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind gave his nod to the ordinance that is aimed at providing strict punishment, including the death penalty, for raping girls below 12 years. In case of a gang-rape of a girl below 12 years, punishment will be imprisonment for rest of life or death sentence. Time limit for completion of trial of all rape cases is also two months. Read More »

Chaos at Moses Mabhida Stadium after Chiefs lose in Nedbank Cup

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The footage that has been making the rounds on social media also shows fans attacking the man with one fan kicking him abruptly in the chest. The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has joined political parties in condemning the violence that took place at the stadium. Read More »

Briyonce slays Beyonce's Coachella performance and she can't take her own brilliance

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This feeling was confirmed yesterday by Jo'Artis Mijo Ratti, a dancer in the show who told Variety that Beyoncé will "switch up a couple things" for the second set. Plus, it only took her about 40 minutes to learn the dance, but she took an extra hour to ideal it because, well, "that's what Beyoncé would do". It's no surprise that Bey is meticulous, she's a Virgo after all. Read More »

FAA expected to order accelerated engine checks after Southwest accident

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The CFM56 engine on Southwest flight 1380 blew apart over Pennsylvania on Tuesday, about 20 minutes after the Dallas-bound flight left New York's LaGuardia Airport with 149 people on board. (NYSE: LUV) continues to differentiate itself from other air carriers with exemplary Customer Service delivered by more than 56,000 Employees to a Customer base topping 120 million passengers annually, in recent years. Read More »

OPCW team takes samples from Douma site

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The OPCW has been investigating use of toxic chemicals in Syria's civil war since 2014. In the interview on Saturday, the Syrian official said "the OPCW team in Damascus has held several meetings with the Syrian government, and met with a number of witnesses from inside Douma , including locals, doctors or the medical cadres working in hospitals". Read More »

Mirwaiz demands reopening of all rape cases

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The Crime Branch said, "For the last couple of days, a section of print/electronic media has published/broadcast information/reports shared on the social media sites as well, which are far from the truth". The father of an eight-year-old girl, who was raped and murdered in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir in January, on Saturday, expressed hope of getting justice after the Union Cabinet introduced the death penalty for those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years. Read More »

US should avoid 'trade war with allies,' Macron says

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Macron plans to discuss the tariffs and to urge the U.S.to stay involved in Syria during his visit. "He's obsessed by interference in our democracies", Putin told Fox News Sunday , ahead of his departure for the United States, where Russian Federation stands accused of meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Conway to CNN Host: You're Being Sexist

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Conway's husband George Conway , who has been married to the White House counselor since 2001, has previously made social media posts about adult film star Stormy Daniels, who claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006, and about the administration. Read More »

Thomas shines as Racing ride fast start to reach final

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Munster , champions in 2006 and 2008, were 24-3 down at the interval but rallied in the second half, scoring three tries of their own. First blood went to Racing with the opening try inside five minutes through Teddy Thomas with the conversion being landed from the sideline to send them 7-0 ahead. Read More »

Keys helps U.S. book Czech Fed Cup final

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The German No.1, the 5th woman to play Fed Cup for Germany for 10 years after Anna-Lena Gronefeld (13 years), Anke Huber (11), Helga Masthoff (11) and Barbara Rittner (11), claimed her seventh win in the competition thanks to a hard-working game and a deadlier first serve. Read More »

Google has responded to crashes in Russian Federation

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However, Telegram managed to bypass the blocking and continued its activities using IP addresses belonging to Google and other technology companies. The coming ban may also be the product of hard-liner influence on the state-it could be a ploy to significantly reduce the chances of reformers, who rely on Telegram-like apps to reach their constituents, from being elected president come 2021. Read More »

Syria conflict: Inspectors leave for site of alleged gas attack

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A general view shows destroyed buildings in the former rebel-held Syrian town of Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 19, 2018, five days after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave. Read More »

Trump dings 'Shadey James Comey' over 'third rate book'

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The president said Comey illegally leaked documents to the press and that the special counsel's investigation was "based on an illegal act". Mueller is examining Russia's interference in the 2016 USA election, whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow to tilt the race in his favor, and whether Trump sought to obstruct justice when he fired Comey last May. Read More »

Comey profits while Flynn ruined unfair

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The president fired Comey last May while his agency was investigating potential collusion between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation in the 2016 USA election in a move that led the Justice Department to appoint Special Counsel Robert Mueller to take over a probe that has hung over his presidency. Read More »

Maharashtra: Death toll of Naxals rises to 16

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He said the combing operation, which started Sunday morning, was now underway at Tadgaon forest in Bhamragad, around 750 kilometres from here. Among the dead are Sinu, a divisional committee member from South Gadchiroli division of CPI (Maoist), and Perimili Dalam commander Sainath, who is also said to have been recently elevated as divisional committee member. Read More »

Tourists at French abbey Mont Saint Michel evacuated after threat

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The abbey, whose origins date to the 10th century, and surrounding sites attract several thousand tourists every day, year-round. Some tourists were taken out of their hotels, while others were blocked upon arrival. French authorities said they would reopen Mont Saint-Michel on Sunday after calling off an alert caused by a man threatening the police. Police searched the site but failed to find him, district prefect Jean-Marc Sabathe told the BFM news channel. Read More »

War in Syria: Rebels withdraw from enclave near Damascus

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The publication, citing a Syrian military official, said "Jaysh Tahrir Al-Sham refused to surrender their positions or reconcile with the Syrian government". "There are reports that large numbers of people have been displaced from Yarmouk Camp to the neighbouring area of Yalda". Under the deal, IS militants, who control part of the enclave, will leave for territory the group controls in eastern Syria, while other factions leave for opposition territory in the north, state media reported . Read More »

Mitt Romney Fails to Get Utah Senate Nomination

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Romney and Kennedy will now face each other in a primary election, because neither Romney (49.12%) nor Kennedy (50.88%) reached the 60% threshold necessary to secure the party's nomination automatically. The primary election will June 26, with ballots mailed to voters three weeks before election day. Romney went up towards 11 different candidates on the conference, largely political newcomers who questioned Romney's criticism of President Donald Trump and the depth of his ties to Utah. Read More »

Modi's visit to strengthen India-UK trade: Industry

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that India will not tolerate those who like to "export terror" and will respond to them "in the language they understand", resulting in fears of defections from the ruling Bharatya Janta Party ( BJP ) and alienation of many of its supporters. Read More »

Andres Iniesta, a gift that keeps on giving Video

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Iniesta scored and pulled the strings for Barcelona in a dominant display as they won the tournament for the fourth season running and a record 30th time. "There are many emotions, many feelings, many years - I'm happy to be able to give this image and the title". "He's going to make a hard decision", his father explained in an interview with Cadena SER . Read More »

Pressure to Release Comey Memos May Have Backfired on GOP

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Comey, who has appeared on multiple news outlets promoting his new book A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership , made the claim Thursday night to The New Yorker editor David Remnick at The Town Hall theatre in New York City. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Comey earned about $6 million during his a year ago at Bridgewater. "We've actually become numb to it in the United States". Read More »

Watch the Scandal series finale on Hulu Live for free

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The actress posted a photo of herself on the set of Scandal , laying down inside the show's Oval Office. While the role was loosely based on real-life crisis manager Judy Smith- an aide who served in the administration of former President George H.W. Read More »

Mother who put children in suitcase charged with child abuse

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Pierson Road. According to authorities, when they arrived, they saw the woman drop luggage (center) next to the trash before fleeing from the scene. The two girls were transported to the hospital, where they were listed in good condition. The woman's name was not released by police. As CrimeOnline previously reported , officers who checked the home after the ordeal noticed that two of Childress' four children were missing. Read More »

17 killed as dragonboats capsize in China

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It is estimated that 57 people had gone into the water and 200 rescuers were sent to the scene. The rescue effort went on late into the night. The accident happened during training for the city's annual dragon boat festival, the reports said. Read More »

4 dead in Waffle House shooting near Nashville, Tennessee

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A shooter opened fired at about 3:30am local time at the Waffle House on Murfreesboro Pike in Antioch. A tweet from the police said the vehicle that the gunman arrived in at the Waffle House was registered to Reinking. Sunday. Police continue to search for the suspect. He is not believed to be armed, but police said he has a propensity for guns, so not ruling out that he may be armed and unsafe. Read More »

Plastic pollution is poisoning oceans

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According to the Earth Day Network, the idea for a national day began with Earth Day founder, and then-U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, Gaylord Nelson, following the 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, Calif. Ramona Community Library, at 1275 Main St., invites the public to join the library's Teen Action Council for an Earth Day gardening party on April 22 at 3 p.m.as they plant a new garden, which was funded by the Ramona Community Foundation. Read More »

Swaraj arrives in China for talks with Wang, SCO meet

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After the SCO meeting on April 24, Sushma will visit to Mongolia, becoming the first Indian External Affairs Minister to do so in 42 years. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj , who embarked on her two-nation visit to China and Mongolia on Saturday, will hold no bilateral meeting with her Pakistani counterpart Khawaja Muhammad Asif on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in China, say official sources. Read More »

CPI(M) accepts Yechury's political line for ties with Congress

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It approved the political line of the minority draft presented by Yechury that there should be joint action of organisations in such manner that can "draw in the masses following the Congress and other bourgeois parties". An alliance means a pre-poll alliance which CPI (M) refused to undertake with Congress. Besides strengthening the party in West Bengal, the CPI (M) has made a decision to fight the Hindutva forces led by BJP-RSS in Kerala. Read More »

Trump, Macron To Discuss Iran Nuclear Deal As Deadline Nears

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Trump and Macron are also expected to discuss the recent joint strikes in Syria and the future of the two countries' involvement there, the official said. US allies have urged Trump to remain in the deal, known as the JCPOA, saying it is the best way to prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. Read More »

Milind Soman to tie the knot with girlfriend Ankita Konwar this weekend?

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Milind Soman and Ankita Konwar are slated to get married tonight (Sunday) and there was a fun Haldi , Mehendi and Sangeet ceremony that was held yesterday. Thank you for being there each time I did not even know I needed someone! "My best friend, my love, my strength, let's stay us, forever is now #followyourheart #myman #lovethisguy #anniversary". Read More »

Blast at election center in Afghan capital, dozens of casualties

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Local TV stations broadcast live footage of hundreds of distraught people gathered at nearby hospitals seeking information about loved ones. Both groups are opposed to democratic elections. The Taliban routinely target security forces and government officials with roadside bombs, which often end up killing civilians. He said around a dozen insurgents were also killed in the battle, which is still under way. Read More »

World's oldest person dies at 117

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The great-great-great grandmother was hospitalised since January , the reports added. Since Brown's death, Guinness World Records has been investigating who is the oldest person in the world and was yet to recognise Tajima as such. Masazo Nonaka is 112-years-old. This picture received from Kikaicho Town Hall via Jiji Press and taken on September 18, 2017 shows 117-year-old Nabi Tajima (2nd L) in Kikaicho on Kikai island of Kagoshima prefecture. Read More »

Modi misled by military on 'surgical strikes': Asif

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Lucia and Antigua & Barbuda Prime Ministers, Allen Chastanet and Gaston Browne respectively. "Today, the need of the hour is to make development a mass movement", the prime minister said , adding that he was determined to bring about a positive change in the lives of India's poor. Read More »

Germash told them he 'made sure to deliver the important mail'

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Mr. Germash, a Postal Service employee for at least 16 years, was charged with detaining and penalizing mail on Thursday. In past cases, the Postal Service has said recovered letters and packages in good condition were to be delivered. The Postal Service investigated 1,364 employee mail cases and arrested 409 employees between October 2016 and September 2017, according to the service . Read More »

Syracuse University expels fraternity involved in racist video

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Students involved may also be "suspended or expelled" upon a disciplinary hearing, according to the Chancellor. The Department of Public Safety will begin recommending charges for individual students by the end of the weekend. The fraternity stated: "None of the satire was said or done in malice". "It was revealed that the video was a parody, skit, or roast of the active brothers by a pledge class, and not Chapter members hazing, humiliating, or disparaging its pledges as the university ... Read More »

Microsoft Corp (MSFT) Shareholder First Pacific Advisors LLC Trimmed Its Holding

Bw Gestao De Investimentos Ltda who had been investing in Simpson Manufacturing Co Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $2.61 billion market cap company. (NASDAQ:FB). Platinum Investment Management Ltd holds 0.01% in Facebook, Inc. Based on an average daily trading volume, of 42,393,198 shares, the short-interest ratio is now 1.2 days. Read More »

US Kept Syria Missile Strikes Within Russian 'Red Lines'

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly getting a new state auto in a few weeks, joining a race with his USA counterpart Donald Trump who is also expected to get a new presidential limousine by the end of this summer. "Now we have no such moral obligation", he remarked. "Russia immediately began a misinformation campaign to sow doubt and confusion to hide its complicity", White said following the recent missiles strikes. Read More »