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5-year-old crashes vehicle in Putnam County

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When she was found, she told deputies she thought the boys were playing in the front yard. It took a team effort for the brothers to accomplish the kind of rebellious stunt that is usually attempted by kids at least 10 years their senior. Read More »

Israel to Build Clinic for Syrians on Golan Heights Border

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On Wednesday, the Israeli army opened its store rooms and briefed journalists on the full extent of a humanitarian operation it calls "Good Neighbors". Gadi Eisenkot, while maintaining Israel's policy of non-involvement in the conflict. "I deeply hope that our contribution will have a direct impact on the lives of our Syrian neighbors", he added. Read More »

Man kills 820 lb wild hog in front yard

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It was not a good situation, ' Seago said. When his daughter started to scream, Wade explained: "I jumped up to see what was going on". An enormous wild hog had trotted into his garden in southern Alabama. Feral hogs are considered a game animal in Alabama and have no closed season and no bag limits. "I'd do it again tomorrow". He said the animal had terrified his daughter and disturbed his dog. Read More »

Kermit actor turned character into 'bitter victim,' Jim Henson's daughter says

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The Muppets Studio have said they fired Steve Whitmire , who had voiced Kermit the Frog for 27 years, for "unacceptable business conduct". "Worst of all", she added, in the past few years "he has not been amusing or fun". "The reason I'm gone is because I was outspoken", Whitmire, 57, said during a Thursday appearance on the Today show. "I was thrilled about it because I felt like at last after 12 years with Disney, we would be able to integrate this great package that's The Muppets ... Read More »

Vigilance probe ordered into medical college bribery scam

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First reported by Asianet, the two-member probe committee of senior BJP leaders K P Sreesan Master and A K Nazeer found that a party leader confessed he had taken Rs 5.60 crore from the owner of a medical college to be allegedly paid to MCI authorities in Delhi. Read More »

China voices support for Palestine

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The plan, which dates back to 2013, calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state on the basis of 1967 lines, respect for Israel's right to exist and security concerns, halting settlement activities and violence against civilians, and global guarantees to advance the peace process. Read More »

Kannada Actress Sanjjanaa Galrani Nude Pics from Dandupalya 2 Leaked in Internet

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According to a report in bollywoodlife.com, the clip was to feature in the film but had to be dropped after the regional censor board objected to it. "It shocks me that people want to share content like this among themselves", she told the newspaper. As actors, we are fully aware of what is being shot, but we have no control on how it is being picturized. Read More »

Halo protection system to be introduced for 2018

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With teams needing to work on the design of the 2018 cars, the governing body to stay safe with the device that now looks promising. FIA said in Wednesday's statement that certain features of the halo's design would be further enhanced with the support of the teams. Read More »

Republicans trip over health care: Editorial Board Roundtable

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According to the CBO report , however, many people won't buy plans because the average deductible would be exorbitantly high, rendering care impractical or unaffordable for many lower-income Americans. And even if they do somehow come up with a bill that can attract 50 votes, it will nearly certainly include features that have made every GOP plan this year increasingly unpopular. Read More »

British Open: Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka, Matt Kuchar claim lead at Birkdale

McIlroy got up and down from a front bunker for par at the short 7th hole, rolled in a 15-foot putt for par at the 8th hole having pushed his drive into the rough, and birdied four of his last eight holes to shoot a 1-over 71. "It was a big momentum, if you can say you have momentum being 5-over after 7". McIlroy hasn't missed the cut at consecutive majors since 2010 (Masters, US Open) and is taking confidence from winning the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston in September a year ago ... Read More »

US Supreme Court says travel ban exemption can include grandparents

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It said that travelers from six Muslim-majority countries who have family members here must be allowed to enter the country, but it also allowed the Trump administration to enforce tighter restrictions on refugees. The executive order applies to visa applicants from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen and imposes a 120-day ban on refugees from anywhere in the world. Read More »

Iran envoy told to leave Kuwait over spy case

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Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi announced on Thursday that Kuwaiti envoy Fallah Al-Hajraf has been summoned to the foreign ministry earlier in the day over the groundless accusations raised by the Persian Gulf state's officials against Iran on a case known as the "Abdali cell". Read More »

The White House Reveals A 'Made In America' Themed Week

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The event will reportedly celebrate American companies that manufacture their products in the U.S. Trump will also travel to Virginia on Saturday for the commissioning of the USS Gerald R. President Donald Trump's administration has been working on weekly "themes", but amid the hot-button healthcare reform, none of the next three weeks is themed to address the issue, Politico reported Sunday. Read More »

King Salman ordered the arrest of this abusive Saudi prince

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It said the decisions were made in order to maintain "the highest readiness levels to keep up with the latest developments". Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, 57, who had been interior minister and was highly regarded in the West for his efforts to defeat al-Qaeda in the country, stood down last month. Read More »

French President Seeks To Placate Military After Army Chief Resigns

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In the end, the pair held hands for almost 30-seconds, ultimately breaking the record for Trump's longest shake since taking office. The office of Gen. Macron flew in a C-135 military jet and visited nuclear forces at the Istres air base in southern France on Thursday a day after the head of the French military quit in a damaging dispute with Macron over budget cuts. Read More »

USA finally lifts laptop ban on all flights to its airports

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The Department of Homeland Security officially lifted the ban on large carry-on electronics for us -bound flights. In March, the U.S. banned large electronics in cabins on flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa over concerns that explosives could be concealed in the devices taken onboard aircraft. Read More »

Swimming robot probes Fukushima reactor to find melted fuel

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Little Sunfish is about the size of a slice of bread. Named "the Little Sunfish", the robot was co-developed by Toshiba and the International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning. A snake-shaped robot created to clear debris for the scorpion probe was removed after two hours when its cameras failed due to radiation levels five times higher than anticipated. Read More »

Mark Sampson tells England women to keep on improving

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They face Spain in Breda in their next group game on Sunday and White added: "I was delighted with our performance, but now we've got to put that result to bed and look forward to facing Spain". Arsenal striker Taylor became the first England player since Gary Lineker in 1986 to score a treble at an worldwide tournament, while Ellen White, Jordan Nobbs and Toni Duggan also found the net. Read More »

Police numbers at lowest level since 1985, Home Office report says

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There were 723 homicides, an increase of 1,489 on the previous year, but this includes the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster, the ONS said. The Office for National Statistics said that nearly 5 million crimes were committed across England and Wales during the year to the end of March - up by 10 per cent, or 458,000 offences, on the previous 12 months. Read More »

David Gregory: President Trump "Cannot Quit Maggie Haberman"

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And yet his ignorance was made even more transparent this week during a New York Times interview when he attempted to explain what a regular American faces when dealing with health insurance. Because politically, you can't give it away. HABERMAN: That's been the thing for four years. The average cost of insurance varies from state to state, but past year, there was no state in which it was less than $ 180 per month . Read More »

Upset Man Fired On AT&T Trucks Parked Outside Home

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A cell phone video by one of the workers shows a man identified as Jove approaching the trucks with a revolver in his hand and methodically shooting at the trucks. The man was shooting out the tires and front grill of each truck and it was all caught on camera. "We're trying to determine now whether he was actually intentionally trying to shoot the workers or just shoot the vehicles". Read More »

Sir Vince Cable expected to win Liberal Democrat leadership

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He had previously been heavily criticised for his views on a number of tiopics, notably same-sex marriage. Cable has opposed Britain's decision to leave the European Union. The June election saw the Lib Dems increase their tally of MPs by three, from eight to 12. He vowed to set out an "optimistic, alternative agenda to power the country into the 2020s and beyond". Read More »

Woman found guilty of murdering husband after parrot kept repeating 'don't shoot!'

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Glenna Duram , 46, was found guilty of the first-degree murder of Martin Duram, who was shot five times in 2015 and later found dead in their MI township home. She is expected to be sentenced on August, 28 at 1 p.m. She has claimed that Bud repeated "don't (expletive) shoot" in Martin Duram's voice. The victim's mother said the parrot has "the filthiest mouth around". Read More »

Palestinian carries out West Bank vehicle ramming, shot dead

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In light of the metal detector installation, Jordan's Islamic religious affairs authority at Al Aqsa (The Waqf ) was "outraged", according to reports. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations. Jews revere the 37-acre raised platform as the site of their biblical temples. Read More »

Rouhani: Iran Will Reciprocate for New US Sanctions

The introduction of new USA sanctions against Iran over its controversial ballistic missile program is unfounded and could harm the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal, Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Department for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Mikhail Ulyanov said Thursday. Read More »

Teens from Burundi robotics team go missing in US

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The members of the robotics team from the eastern African country of Burundi, who are 16, 17 and 18, disappeared Tuesday after they took part in the FIRST Global Challenge robotics competition. The six teens were last reported seen at the location of the event - DAR Constitution Hall on 18th St between C Street and D Street in Northwest DC - the Metropolitan Police Department said. Read More »