• Prison destroyed during Camp Street Prisons riot
Prison destroyed during Camp Street Prisons riot

Unconfirmed reports are that several prisoners escaped from the prison while police and security forces are responding to the situation. Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud said authorities in neighboring Suriname were on high alert in the search for escapee Royden Williams, who was sentenced to death in February for killing eight people, and Uree ...

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  • Not Bakayoko, Manchester United ready to agree deal for £60m midfielder
Not Bakayoko, Manchester United ready to agree deal for £60m midfielder

The Portuguese boss named David de Gea , Sergio Romero and Joel Pereira in his tour squad which travelled to Los Angeles on Sunday and has now spoken about all three of them. Next season will be United's first in 13 years without Wayne Rooney, whose return to Everton was confirmed moments before United revealed the squad, leaving Marcus Rash...

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  • US missile strike on North Korea an unlikely option, for now
US missile strike on North Korea an unlikely option, for now

Abe said Japan hopes to conduct "constructive" discussions on Japan-U.S. economic relations during a second round of the high-level bilateral economic dialogue that Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso and U.S. The United States has given China a draft United Nations Security Council resolution that would impose new sanctions on North Korea over...

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  • Explosive device detonated at United States air force facility in Oklahoma
Explosive device detonated at United States air force facility in Oklahoma

Tim Scrivner told CNN. Debris after an explosion at a recruiting center in Bixby, Oklahoma. No injuries were reported. Special agents are also investigating whether connection exists between a report of vandalism at another recruitment office within walking distance of the bomb site.

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  • Black Guest Thrown Down Stairs By Airbnb Host For 'Checking Out Late'
Black Guest Thrown Down Stairs By Airbnb Host For 'Checking Out Late'

He allegedly referred to their group as "you people" and said: " You need to leave now, this is not Africa ". And why again was he attacking her? She also told the host, "don't be emotional". The entire incident was captured on camera and was shared on social media by Nkumbi. She said she passed out and woke up in hospital. A caption on the Y...

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  • Why this umbrella sharing start-up hasn't exactly gone to plan
Why this umbrella sharing start-up hasn't exactly gone to plan

Why? According to the South China Morning Post ( SCMP ), taking an umbrella requires a 19 yuan (€2.45) deposit and a fee of 0.50 yuan (around €0.06c) for every 30 minutes. If at first you don't succeed. However, many failed to return it to a designated point. For a business that depends on rain, finding a steady profit might prove challenging...

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  • Florida beachgoers form an 80-person human chain to save family
Florida beachgoers form an 80-person human chain to save family

Florida beachgoers grouped together to save a large family from drowning. Family members swam out to get them but found the current strong, leaving nine people in about 15 feet of water. Otherwise, everyone was safe. Simmons, a resident of Alabama, was relaxing on the beach with her husband when she saw everyone looking at and pointing in the dir...

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  • Martial law 'till 2022? Only speaker's opinion - Palace
Martial law 'till 2022? Only speaker's opinion - Palace

The civilian death toll has also been rising, Al Jazeera reported. In denouncing the planned extension, the CPP pointed out that Duterte claims he listens exclusively to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) for advice on the on-going conflict , but military officials claimed they never advised the president to declare martial law .

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  • US B-1B Bomber Flights Demonstrate Commitment to South Korea
US B-1B Bomber Flights Demonstrate Commitment to South Korea

After the drill, the B-1B Lancers, deployed from the Anderson Air Base in Guam, flew close to the tense and heavily militarised land border with the North before turning back, the Yonhap news agency reported. The missile called "Jungle Lightning" by the Air Force saw the militaries fire inert weapons at the Pilsung range in South Korea near the D...

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  • Amazon's food retail proposal gets Centre's nod
Amazon's food retail proposal gets Centre's nod

This will be the first FDI proposal for establishing food-only retail outlets allowed by the government after the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) was abolished, it is now permitting 100 percent FDI in the food processing sector.

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  • Burning Stock on the move: Wells Fargo & Company
Burning Stock on the move: Wells Fargo & Company

It has underperformed by 15.79% the S&P500. Continental Advisors Llc increased Wells Fargo & Co New ( WFC ) stake by 25.15% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. Therefore 89% are positive. The institutional investor held 3,455 shares of the major banks company at the end of 2016Q4, valued at $190,000, down from 76,096 at the end of the previous reporte...

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  • VP Mike Pence to visit Lexington, Ky
VP Mike Pence to visit Lexington, Ky

However, in a amusing piece of news, the vice president touched an object that had a sign that said , "Do Not Touch". This is the second visit to Kentucky for Vice President Pence , since he taking office. "Good to know our vice president has the self control of a sugar charged 3rd grader on a field trip", wrote someone with the handle @Kento...

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  • Larry Nassar to Plead Guilty to Child Pornography
Larry Nassar to Plead Guilty to Child Pornography

More than 100 women have filed complaints with police and signed on to civil lawsuits against Nassar and others, claiming Nassar penetrated them vaginally and, in some cases, rectally without their consent, without gloves and for his own sexual gratification during medical treatments.

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  • United Nations Population Fund
United Nations Population Fund

It has inspired by a public interest in Five Billion Day on which the world's population reached five billion people, on July 11, 1987. On the world population Day , Various health organisations and population divisions work together to solve population issues by organising conferences, research works, meetings, project analysis and etc.

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  • Trump defends Ivanka's seat-holding at G20
Trump defends Ivanka's seat-holding at G20

Was Ivanka "holding a seat" while her father gave away the country to Vladimir Putin ? Trump wrote on Twitter Monday morning. It would never have occurred to my mother or my father to ask me. " Ivanka Trump was part and parcel of the American delegation so that is something that other delegations also do". Lawrence Summers, a former World ...

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  • LSU kicks off Media Day with positive feel
LSU kicks off Media Day with positive feel

I think having him in Louisiana is a great asset. LSU's coach is still on a honeymoon that will last about as long the final whistle of the next game the Tigers aren't supposed to lose. They do a great job of evaluation. The head coach had things to say about nearly all of them individually. Alabama is the benchmark. "I think he's going to fl...

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  • China not exclusively responsible for resolving N. Korea nuclear issue - Beijing
China not exclusively responsible for resolving N. Korea nuclear issue - Beijing

North Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said its intercontinental ballistic missile is meant to overcome USA hostility and enable the North to "strike the very heart of the U.S.at any given time ". It wasn't the usual lineup of Kim Yong-nam, president of North Korea's parliament; Hwang Pyong-so, director of the Korean People's Army's General P...

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  • Facebook unveils plans to transform headquarter
Facebook unveils plans to transform headquarter

The housing will be a mix of market rate and affordable housing units, with 225 units, or 15%, priced below market rate. With San Francisco's regional government "failing" to invest in transportation infrastructure , leading to housing rents as well as hours-long commutes to spiral out of control, social media giant Facebook has taken it upon ...

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  • Teen taking bath killed after touching plugged-in cellphone, family says
Teen taking bath killed after touching plugged-in cellphone, family says

She was visiting her father in Lovington , N.M., at the time of the accident. She recently graduated from Terra Vista Middle School in Lubbock, Texas , played basketball and the tuba. " She was just sweet to everybody and everybody loved her ", O'Guinn said. But now their mission is to make sure it doesn't happen again. Since her death, her...

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  • USA missile defense system successfully intercepts target during test
USA missile defense system successfully intercepts target during test

The company noted that the THAAD system located at the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Alaska detected, tracked and intercepted an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) target. "The successful demonstration of THAAD against an IRBM-range missile threat bolsters the country's defensive capability against developing missile threats in Nor...

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