• 'McGregor is going to get killed': Tyson
'McGregor is going to get killed': Tyson

Although an official date has not been given either by the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) star or the production house, it is expected that the makers will wait until the McGregor-Mayweather fight. Mayweather's obviously a huge favorite going into the fight with McGregor. [McGregor] can't kick and grab and stuff. "Conor is a character". According to Ty...

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  • Incessant rain hits Gujarat, over 25000 people evacuated so far
Incessant rain hits Gujarat, over 25000 people evacuated so far

They were either airlifted to safer places or rescued by NDRF teams. With scores now dead in monsoon floods across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was to fly over Gujarat later Tuesday to inspect the devastation, officials said .

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  • Canadian polygamous leader convicted of having 25 wives
Canadian polygamous leader convicted of having 25 wives

Blackmore was married to 25 women at the same time, and the media reports that he fathered at least 146 children. Oler was charged after for polygamy involving five women between 1993 and 2009. "The court has not, however, entered convictions at this stage", McLaughlin said. The mainstream Church of Mormon renounced polygamy in the 19th cen...

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  • USA holding Iranians 'in gruesome prisons' - judiciary chief
USA holding Iranians 'in gruesome prisons' - judiciary chief

Earlier this month, US graduate student Xiyue Wang of Princeton University was sentenced to ten years in prison for spying, a move that has elicited calls for his release from the USA government. While Reza Marashi, research director at the National Iranian American Council, said he nor anyone he knew has any idea who exactly the Iranians are loo...

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  • Trump Asks Why 'Beleaguered' Jeff Sessions Isn't Investigating Hillary Clinton
Trump Asks Why 'Beleaguered' Jeff Sessions Isn't Investigating Hillary Clinton

Some have speculated that Trump's public attacks on his Sessions , his own Cabinet member, may indicate he's setting the stage to appoint someone who will fire Mueller. "Obviously I can not comment on the reliability of what anonymous sources describe in a wholly uncorroborated intelligence intercept that the Washington Post has not seen and...

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  • Trump's criticism against attorney general Jeff Sessions, may replace him
Trump's criticism against attorney general Jeff Sessions, may replace him

Mr Giuliani told CNN on Monday that he did not want the post and would have recused himself had he been in Mr Sessions' position. Trump had said in an interview with the New York Times last week that he would not have appointed Sessions if he had known the attorney general would recuse himself, as he considers the decision "very unfair ...

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  • JUST IN: 7 dead as multiple blasts hit Borno IDP camps
JUST IN: 7 dead as multiple blasts hit Borno IDP camps

Another 15 people were hurt in the attack, which started late on Sunday night, the Civilian-JTF civilian defence group said . Two of the suicide bombers successfully detonated their explosive devices at the Dalori 1 camp, leading to their deaths and three others, with 17 others injured.

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  • Charlie Gard's Parents Return to Court For Life Support Hearing
Charlie Gard's Parents Return to Court For Life Support Hearing

The couple reportedly believed that the therapy they were seeking could no longer help their son, and that any further attempts to prolong Charlie's life would only cause him pain. 3 March 2017: Mr Justice Francis starts to analyse the case at a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London. He also has brain damage.

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  • Vikings Rookies Report Early To Training Camp
Vikings Rookies Report Early To Training Camp

Sam Bradford is expected to be the Vikes' starting quarterback entering the season as Bridgewater continues to rehabilitate from a major left-knee injury suffered last August 30. Bradford admitted that last season was a bit of a whirlwind for him. "Obviously going through the change that we did kind of halfway through the season [the resignation o...

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  • Israeli embassy staff return from Amman after tense standoff
Israeli embassy staff return from Amman after tense standoff

It said the measure will "ensure the security of visitors and worshippers" at the holy site and in Jerusalem's Old City. Police in Amman now want to interrogate the guard, but Israel insists he has diplomatic immunity. Israel's foreign ministry failed to refer to such demands in its statement, but said the guard has diplomatic immunity, accor...

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  • All stranded hikers rescued in Arizona
All stranded hikers rescued in Arizona

Brian Boll, incident commander from the Pima County Sheriff's Department, choked up recounting the rescue. Seventeen hikers were stranded Sunday in a scenic canyon on the outskirts of Tucson, just over a week after floodwaters killed 10 members of an extended family more than 140 miles to the north.

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  • New White House communications director makes the Sunday rounds
New White House communications director makes the Sunday rounds

President Trump's decision to bring Scaramucci into a top White House role represents a remarkable political ascension for the investment veteran, who had bounced around several Republican campaigns before striking gold as a full-throated Trump supporter.

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  • Let women put together health care plan
Let women put together health care plan

I have serious concerns about how we continue to provide affordable care to those who have benefited from West Virginia's decision to expand Medicaid , especially in light of the growing opioid crisis. According to the West Virginia Health Statistics Center, preliminary data shows that 879 people died of drug overdose in West Virginia previous yea...

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  • Carjacking suspect killed in shootout with police on interstate near St. Louis
Carjacking suspect killed in shootout with police on interstate near St. Louis

Jefferson County Sheriff Dave Marshak says it began when the suspect, identified as Jerrod Kershaw, 31, was reported to be driving aggressively on Interstate 270 at I-55. The "St. Louis Post-Dispatch" reports Kershaw was wearing a bulletproof vest when his body was found. St. Louis County Police Chief John Belmar commended the officers involved.

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  • Local Eagle Scout reports from National Scout Jamboree
Local Eagle Scout reports from National Scout Jamboree

Trump introduced HHS Secretary Tom Price and said, " Hopefully, he's going to get the votes tomorrow to start our path toward killing this disgusting thing known as Obamacare that's really hurting us". Trump's speech touched on exactly that. "Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was a Scout and so was Vice President Pence", Trump said. Shelley ...

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  • Russian Federation says talk of further U.S. sanctions 'counterproductive'
Russian Federation says talk of further U.S. sanctions 'counterproductive'

On July 26th, the European Commission must take a decision on the response measures, which Europe to resort to, if the United States adopts a law on the sanctions against Russia, Iran and the DPRK. Bipartisan negotiators are finalizing some tweaks to several areas of the bill, including details on Congress' power to enforce sanctions and changes th...

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  • Duterte has martial law in southern Philippines extended
Duterte has martial law in southern Philippines extended

I think the problem on terrorism is so complex and so grave that it warrants a comprehensive and decisive campaign. Two months after Islamist militants launched an assault on one of the biggest southern cities in the Philippines , the fighting drags on, and President Rodrigo Duterte has said he is prepared to wait for a year for it to end.

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  • This giant sunfish species dodged scientists for 300 years
This giant sunfish species dodged scientists for 300 years

Sunfish are odd-looking creatures and the heaviest of all bony fishes. The worldwide team of researchers was led by Marianne Nyegaard , a Ph.D. student from the School of Veterinary and Life Sciences at Murdoch University in Australia .

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  • What's in the Russian Federation sanctions bill that Trump might veto
What's in the Russian Federation sanctions bill that Trump might veto

Even with the additional two weeks Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell added to the schedule, delaying the start of his chamber's recess, the Senate and the House have their share of several hot button issues - including health care, Russia, the border wall and sanctions - to address in the coming days.

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  • NY kayak killer pleads guilty to homicide in fiance's death
NY kayak killer pleads guilty to homicide in fiance's death

Police found discrepancies with her story and charged her with murder 11 days later. Angelika Graswald entered a guilty plea to criminally negligent homicide, a felony that could see her imprisoned for 1 1/3 to four years, according to her defense attorney.

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