• Toddler Accidentally Shoots Two Kids At Daycare
Toddler Accidentally Shoots Two Kids At Daycare

Responding officers were spotted removing long gun cases from the Dearborn day care, which was reportedly unlicensed . Reports suggest one or both boys were in either stable or serious condition as of Wednesday night. Police have not said who owns the gun, and how it was being stored. Ashley Escobedo, 30, who identified herself as Mrs Eubanks' s...

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  • No one has the right to criticize Turkey-Russia business union
No one has the right to criticize Turkey-Russia business union

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that his country has the right to sign agreements with whoever it wants, and that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has no authority to intervene in this regard. Islamic State (IS) fighters, who captured large swathes of Syrian territory in 2014, are opposed by all sides and are being dr...

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  • Over 134000 fleeing home as Bali volcano may erupt at any moment
Over 134000 fleeing home as Bali volcano may erupt at any moment

The volcano has been at its highest alert level since Friday, sparking the massive exodus of villagers. Mount Agung erupted in 1963 and killed more than 1,000 people. "Back then we weren't evacuated until it got really risky", Gusti Ayu Wati, 82, said. He said not everyone had left the danger zone because they didn't want to leave livestock, we...

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  • Couple from Great Britain were victims of Yosemite rockfall
Couple from Great Britain were victims of Yosemite rockfall

Gediman says the two were hiking at the bottom of El Capitan's vertical face in preparation on their way to scale it when the rock fell. The last rockfall-related death in Yosemite National Park happened in June 1999 when rock climber Peter Terbush was killed by a rockfall from Glacier Point.

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  • Labor Movement's Worst Nightmare Heads Back to the Supreme Court
Labor Movement's Worst Nightmare Heads Back to the Supreme Court

Justices granted plaintiffs' request for a hearing in Janus v. AFSCME , Council 31-a challenge of an IL law requiring public sector employees to pay agency fees that fund collective bargaining. Ending the so-called agency fees at the heart of the case has always been a goal of US conservatives . " Abood acknowledged that certain labor-relation...

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  • Chaos in Uganda's Parliament
Chaos in Uganda's Parliament

As the Members of Parliament debated the issue of presidential age-limit, violent and chaotic scenes erupted in Parliament among them. Their only hope of getting rid of Museveni, who they accuse of mismanaging the country, is the constitutional clause that prevents the 73-year-old President from running for a sixth consecutive term.

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  • Iran threat looms despite fake missile test, Israel warns
Iran threat looms despite fake missile test, Israel warns

Iran's Khoramshahr missile is shown during a military parade near Tehran on September 22, 2017. Despite Iranian claims that it occurred, USA news reports quoted unnamed administration officials saying it never happened. The missile test can also be contextualised with sanctions that have unilaterally been imposed by the U.S. on Iran. Iran has l...

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  • Chapter Two gets release date
Chapter Two gets release date

So, if you didn't float this time around, who knows you will in two years' time. When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries .

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  • Trump slams Facebook as lawmakers await ads amid Russian Federation probe
Trump slams Facebook as lawmakers await ads amid Russian Federation probe

But Stein said on Wednesday that Clintonites were attempting to suggest that the "corny" ad was responsible for her defeat at the hands of Donald Trump previous year, as opposed to her "30% approval rating". Senate about anti-immigration propaganda and advertising. He also asked for documents and communications on "any Russian based or foreign ...

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  • Hong Kong is 6th most competitive economy: WEF
Hong Kong is 6th most competitive economy: WEF

In 2017, the report found that Switzerland retained the top spot as the most competitive economy, closely followed by the United States and Singapore. As the global economy finds itself on the cusp of a "fourth industrial revolution", these concerns highlight the importance of strengthening the financial system for facilitating innovation.

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  • Construction of border-wall prototypes set to begin in California
Construction of border-wall prototypes set to begin in California

Each of the prototypes will be 18 to 30 feet tall. "We are committed to securing our border, and that includes constructing border walls ", said Ronald Vitiello, CBP's acting deputy commissioner. Caddell Construction Co. of Montgomery, Alabama, and W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. of Philadelphia, Mississippi, were awarded contracts to build o...

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  • Thousands Evacuate Following Massive Explosion at Ukrainian Ammo Depot
Thousands Evacuate Following Massive Explosion at Ukrainian Ammo Depot

The vehicle has enhanced passability and crew protection from various types of ammunition and fire . A lot of cattle died and infrastructure facilities were damaged, she said. Ukraine's military says the explosion was "sabotage". "This is the arsenal of the Ukrainian army, and I think it was no accident that it was destroyed", Groysman said.

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  • Considered Swapping Kulbhushan Jadhav With Peshawar Attack Terrorist, Says Pak Foreign Minister
Considered Swapping Kulbhushan Jadhav With Peshawar Attack Terrorist, Says Pak Foreign Minister

Pakistan is ready to work with the USA for effective management of the Afghan border to stop terrorist infiltration and to facilitate a peace settlement in Afghanistan , he said. Asif made the remarks during a seminar in NY and also slammed the United States for the military approach to end the Afghan war, saying Washington can not succeed in Af...

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  • China's coal imports from N. Korea return
China's coal imports from N. Korea return

This would seem to contradict its announcement in February that coal imports from the North would be suspended for the rest of the year. The visit comes during the escalating rhetoric between the US and North Korea. Tillerson plans to be in Beijing from Thursday through Sunday, more than a month before Trump's expected travel to China in Novemb...

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  • Otto Warmbier: tortured to death or tragic accident?
Otto Warmbier: tortured to death or tragic accident?

Fred explained Otto returned both deaf and blind and accused North Korea of abusing his son to the point where "it looked like someone had taken a pair of pliers and rearranged his bottom teeth". She says she doesn't know what caused his brain to be starved of oxygen resulting in the brain damage. North Korean officials have said Warmbier was rel...

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  • Rajnath says on Yashwant Sinha's article
Rajnath says on Yashwant Sinha's article

He stated that Congress has, for almost 18 months, highlighted these very grave weaknesses in economy, adding " We were told, in effect, to shut up". ETERNAL TRUTH: "No matter what Power does, ultimately Truth will prevail". As per old (methodology of calculation), it will be about 3.5%. Urging industry to speak out on the economy, Mr. Chidambara...

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  • DirecTV offering refunds on National Football League packages over anthem protests
DirecTV offering refunds on National Football League packages over anthem protests

Typically, you can't get a refund once the season is underway. The Wall Street Journal also spoke with some DirecTV subscribers who indicated the same. It comes after the debate about kneeling during the anthem resurfaced when President Donald Trump tweeted saying players should be fired if they do.

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  • Trump, Spain's prime minister meet in Washington
Trump, Spain's prime minister meet in Washington

Spain's federal government says such a vote would be illegal. Considering there's a significant difference between the two roles, people were a bit confused - possibly even Rajoy himself, who appeared to whip his head around after first hearing Trump address him.

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  • Saudi issues Royal decree allowing women to drive
Saudi issues Royal decree allowing women to drive

The Saudi government has said Vision 2030 , a vast plan of economic and social reforms, will raise women's share of the labour market to 30 percent from 22 percent now. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert says the USA is "happy" with the move. The country has a bad reputation when it comes to women's rights.

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  • Marc Anthony Tells Trump To Shut Up About NFL, Help Puerto Rico
Marc Anthony Tells Trump To Shut Up About NFL, Help Puerto Rico

I can't help but notice that while more economically resilient parts of the USA have gotten lots of attention in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma-don't get me wrong, as well they should-there is an American territory containing 3.5 million American citizens (more people than reside in Alaska, Iowa, Idaho, Hawaii, Kansas, Mississippi, Main...

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