• Israeli Forces Kill Palestinian Allegedly Responsible for Death of Settler
Israeli Forces Kill Palestinian Allegedly Responsible for Death of Settler

Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi, who is charged with attacking an IDF soldier and officer, will remain in custody until the end of her trial. The young girl has achieved worldwide notoriety and has become the focus of a heated propaganda war between Israel and Palestinians protesting the occupation of the West Bank .

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  • Fifty-two killed as fire engulfs bus in Kazakhstan
Fifty-two killed as fire engulfs bus in Kazakhstan

The ministry said that only five of 57 people in the bus have managed to get out and survived the fire. Emergency officials have opened a telephone hotline for anxious relatives. The bus was headed from the Russian city of Samara on the Volga river to the town of Shymkent in southern Kazakhstan, the ministry said. A photograph posted online fro...

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  • Mysterious Murder Case Solved, Thanks To Killer's Facebook Selfie
Mysterious Murder Case Solved, Thanks To Killer's Facebook Selfie

A smiling selfie has helped to convict a Canadian woman of killing her friend after the police noticed that the murder weapon was visible in the image. Lisa Watson, Antoine's lawyer, said it was a "tragic situation where drug and alcohol use exploded". For her crime, she was sentenced to seven years in prison.

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  • Turkey's Syria operation not limited to Afrin: Cavusoglu
Turkey's Syria operation not limited to Afrin: Cavusoglu

Turkey said Wednesday it will take all kinds of measures to eliminate threat posed by Kurdish militia in western Syria and will not allow establishment of "army of terrorists". Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the leader of Turkey's pro-secular main opposition party, this week accused Erdogan of taking advantage of the failed military coup to trample on dem...

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  • NZ joins WTO wine complaint against Canada
NZ joins WTO wine complaint against Canada

Canada is Australia's fourth-largest export market for wine, with annual sales in the region of CAD190m (US$153m). Australia says regulations in Canada unfairly disadvantage wines produced overseas. Speaking to ABC Radio earlier today Ciobo said that this was not related to the Canadian Prime Minister's snub of Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiati...

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  • Walmart Offers Customers a Safe Way to Dispose of Opioids at Home
Walmart Offers Customers a Safe Way to Dispose of Opioids at Home

Walmart unveiled a pharmacy initiative January 17 to supply customers with a product to facilitate the safe disposal of excess opioids. When mixed with warm water, the powder then transforms the pills into a biodegradable gel to be safely thrown in the trash, rendering them useless.

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  • Qatari sheikh says 'detained' in UAE
Qatari sheikh says 'detained' in UAE

The leader of Qatar's opposition Sheikh Sultan Bin Suhaim Al-Thani tweeted his condemnation of the interception of two UAE passenger planes. According to the Bahrain News Agency, the Bahrain Foreign Ministry affirmed in a statement that the hostile behaviour by Qatar against civil aircraft has become frequent in recent times and it jeopardises ...

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  • Chris Hemsworth goes into '12 Strong' battle pondering Thor's future
Chris Hemsworth goes into '12 Strong' battle pondering Thor's future

Are you excited for Infinity War? The other difference between then and now is that Hemsworth is now one of the top stars in the Marvel franchise with the success of Ragnarok . The actor confirmed that the movie has 76 cast members that include Gwyneth Paltrow, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pratt, Tom Hiddleston, and Josh Brolin .

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  • Cuomo's $168B budget is pure fantasy
Cuomo's $168B budget is pure fantasy

While the proposed budget does limit spending in some areas, makes modest spending increases in others and includes a few cuts here and there, it's fundamentally the same old shoe that New Yorkers have been chewing on for decades. Sen. John Brooks (D-Seaford) said he has always supported medical marijuana and agreed with Cuomo's idea to study recre...

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  • LA tension spills into Clippers locker room; National Basketball Association investigating
LA tension spills into Clippers locker room; National Basketball Association investigating

As the reports suggest , Paul led Gerald Green , Trevor Ariza and James Harden through a secret passage to the Clippers locker room in hope of confronting Rivers and Griffin. "Great to see a lot of familiar faces". Sounds like Paul's intimate knowledge of the Staples Center underbelly came in handy for the Rockets' infiltration mission.

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  • Duterte orders closure of website that reported drug crackdown
Duterte orders closure of website that reported drug crackdown

The SEC, an agency under the president, is responsible for enforcing securities and investment laws in the country, as well as maintaining company registry. Duterte has also continued to threaten ABS-CBN, vowing to block the renewal of its franchise. "There is no affront to freedom of the press, because there is no censorship", Roque told report...

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  • Dolores O'Riordan dead: Police say The Cranberries singer's death not suspicious
Dolores O'Riordan dead: Police say The Cranberries singer's death not suspicious

On Tuesday, police told the AP that they had discovered nothing suspicious. Her cause of death wasn't immediately available. O'Riordan was scheduled to record her vocals here on the day of her death. The band's first singles " Dream " and " Linger " and the full-length album " Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can't We? " failed to gain much a...

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  • Philippines Raises Mayon Volcano Alert Level After Lava Flow
Philippines Raises Mayon Volcano Alert Level After Lava Flow

A bright glow from Mayon volcano's summit crater indicated the start of lava flow, while steam and ash plumes were produced by three steam-driven eruptions, according to the country's volcanology institute. Almost 15,000 people have fled the danger zone within 6 to 7 kilometers of Mayon, and the institute strongly advised people not to re-enter...

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  • Russia's Lavrov berates Trump administration on Iran deal, Syria and North Korea
Russia's Lavrov berates Trump administration on Iran deal, Syria and North Korea

They will give it up, but no one will lift the sanctions against Pyongyang". Lavrov said the past year had not been easy from a foreign policy perspective as he took questions on Syria, Ukraine, the Korean peninsula and other global issues, in a diplomatic roundup of 2017.

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  • Moshe Holtzberg: The Israeli boy who survived 2008 Mumbai attack
Moshe Holtzberg: The Israeli boy who survived 2008 Mumbai attack

Bahut khushi [I am very happy]", a shy Moshe told news agency ANI, after arriving at the Mumbai airport in the morning. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had met Moshe and his grandparents during a visit to Israel in July past year and told him that he could visit India anytime.

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  • North Korea Orchestra Headed To Olympics As Talks With Seoul Progress
North Korea Orchestra Headed To Olympics As Talks With Seoul Progress

During the second round of talks conducted on Monday in the border village of Panmunjom, the parties continued working out details of North Korean Olympic entry, understood to be an attempt to ease tensions between the two nations. "In that sense, we hope that the talks could go smoothly so as to help our art troupe perform well in the South", he s...

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  • VHP claims Togadia is missing, police say not in their custody
VHP claims Togadia is missing, police say not in their custody

On Monday, Togadia was brought by people to the private Chandramani Hospital in an "unconscious state", which the doctors claimed was caused by low level of sugar. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the umbrella body of all saffron outfits, in a one-line statement also expressed concern over the "goings-on around Togadia" and hoped the state go...

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  • China Offers Condolences over Deaths of Iranian Sailors
China Offers Condolences over Deaths of Iranian Sailors

At least crude oil is visible. The body of another was found in the sea soon after rescue vessels first arrived on the scene. Denying the allegation, Ali Rabiee, labor minister and President Rouhani's special envoy on the tanker incident, on Tuesday said: "The South Korean government has officially announced that the cargo of the sunken Sanchi ...

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  • Kids Have Been Rescued After Being Held Captive By Their Parents
Kids Have Been Rescued After Being Held Captive By Their Parents

David and Louise Turpin are charged with torture and child endangerment . Their bail has been set at $9 million each. David Turpin, 57, is listed as the school's principal. Tuesday. A family photo from the parents' Facebook page. The family had relocated from Texas to California in 2010, and declared bankruptcy twice, despite the fact Tu...

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  • White House Fuels Immigration Debate with Terrorism Statistics
White House Fuels Immigration Debate with Terrorism Statistics

Yes, ma'am", Nielsen said in response to a question from Sen. 'There was a lot of rough talk by a lot of people in the room. Leahy and Durbin also asked Nielsen about Trump's reported question about why the United States couldn't accept more immigrants from countries like Norway.

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