• Brownsburg police cancel Amber Alert
Brownsburg police cancel Amber Alert

Within an hour, Brownsburg police reported that Garcia was in custody and his three children are safe. The children were believed to be in "extreme danger" at the time. shift at the distribution center by a male suspect. "We are deeply saddened by the shooting of two Associates in our distribution center parking lot last night".

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  • LeT Commander Habtullah Killed In Pulwama Encounter
LeT Commander Habtullah Killed In Pulwama Encounter

The youth identified as Muhammad Ayub Lone was killed during a siege and search operation by Indian troops in Banderpora area of the district. "The killing of Lelhari is yet another success in the fight against militancy", he said. He claimed that one AK 47 rifle, 03 magazines and 54 rounds were seized from the killed militant. Five soldiers we...

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  • Search underway for Army helicopter that crashed off Oahu with 5
Search underway for Army helicopter that crashed off Oahu with 5

Tuesday. Four Honolulu Fire Department units, their trucks parked at Haleiwa Boat Harbor, assisted in the search for missing crew members of a downed Army Black Hawk helicopter this morning. The search began immediately after one aircrew lost visual and video contact with the other helicopter, a spokesman said. Another helicopter, also a part o...

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  • IOF Demolishes Palestinian Home in WB
IOF Demolishes Palestinian Home in WB

The move comes a day after Israel's military prosecutor announced that the state would charge five family members of the 19-year-old alleged attacker, Omar al-Abed, who is now in custody in Israel. East Jerusalem has been occupied by Israel in 1967 and later annexed in a move never recognised by the global community. In its weekly statement to...

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  • Top Iranian general meets Turkish counterpart to discuss Syria, Iraq
Top Iranian general meets Turkish counterpart to discuss Syria, Iraq

As for various dimensions of developing relations between the two countries, the Iranian side rejoiced to say that constructive negotiations have been held between political, cultural, economic, security and military authorities of Iran and Turkey which are promising of more appropriate grounds for reinvigoration of mutual and all-round cooperation...

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  • Tanner Ainge loses primary election for Utah's US House seat
Tanner Ainge loses primary election for Utah's US House seat

The other two contenders, former state Rep. Chris Herrod and businessman Tanner Ainge , trailed with 31 percent and 29 percent, respectively. Both Herrod and Ainge, as well as their super PAC allies, have taken special aim at what they consider Curtis' most egregious political sin: His past registration as a Democrat , made ahead of an unsu...

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  • Joselu completes move to Newcastle from Stoke
Joselu completes move to Newcastle from Stoke

Newcastle United new boy Joselu admits he's already played for the club - on the Playstation. The Spanish boss has shown no secret of his frustrations surrounding a lack of signings on Tyneside this summer but things appear to be moving in the right direction with the signing of Joselu looking to be all but confirmed officially.

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  • Instagram to soon bring
Instagram to soon bring "Comment Threads" option to Windows 10 devices

The changes mean that when a user hits reply to a specific comment, their response will be grouped underneath that comment in a thread, so anybody casting an eye over the comments section knows who's taking to who. The new option makes users feed a better place to share views and stay connected with others. Instagram said that the filter scanni...

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  • Baltimore Hauls Away 4 Confederate Monuments Overnight
Baltimore Hauls Away 4 Confederate Monuments Overnight

Alabama's largest city of Birmingham has moved to cover a confederate monument in wooden panels after the state legislature passed a law earlier this year to block the removal of confederate structures. A monument to Robert E. Lee, commander of the pro-slavery Confederate army in the American Civil War, and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, a Confederate...

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  • Chinese, Indian troops confront each other along the Himalayas
Chinese, Indian troops confront each other along the Himalayas

The incident could inflame an already tense quarrel between Delhi and Beijing as hundreds of troops square off in another part of the Himalayas, the worst border dispute between the rivals for more than 30 years. Earlier, the Chinese patrols used to come frequently from the northern and southern banks of this lake, whose 45 km stretch is on the Ind...

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  • North Korea delays plan to fire missiles toward Guam
North Korea delays plan to fire missiles toward Guam

At the top of his choices would be whether to deploy the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defence system (THAAD). Speaking to reporters, Mattis added that the USA military would "take out" any North Korean missile it detects is heading for American soil, including Guam, a US territory .

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  • Trump says CEOs who quit his council are 'grandstanders'
Trump says CEOs who quit his council are 'grandstanders'

Then, on Monday afternoon, Trump specifically called out the KKK and neo-Nazis. In the statement, Kenneth C. Frazier, one of the few African American CEOs in the Fortune 500, said "I feel a responsibility to take a stand against intolerance and extremism" and touted the power of diversity.

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  • German Chancellor Condemns Violence in US City of Charlottesville
German Chancellor Condemns Violence in US City of Charlottesville

Asked about possible links between German neo-Nazi groups and the Charlottesville marchers, Seibert said he was unaware of any connection and expressed confidence that United States authorities would conduct a thorough investigation. "Such images and chants are disgusting wherever they may be and they are diametrically opposed to the politica...

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  • India celebrates 71st I-Day peacefully
India celebrates 71st I-Day peacefully

Modi spoke about the general well-being of India and said that everyone must work together towards bringing a positive change. "The poison of casteism and communalism can never benefit the country. He defended his government's campaign against " black money ", including the sudden removal last November of all 500- and 1,000-rupee notes from cir...

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  • Top US General: US-Korea Working Through 'Technical Issues' on THAAD
Top US General: US-Korea Working Through 'Technical Issues' on THAAD

No war should break out on the Korean Peninsula again. A Beijing-based foreign diplomat who is familiar with the matter said that Wu, who turns 71 in December, had reached retirement age. Kim on Monday inspected North Korea's army and received a briefing on its plans to fire missiles near Guam, official media said. "It is impossible to achieve ...

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  • Maneka Gandhi Wants Blue Whale Challenge Game to be Banned
Maneka Gandhi Wants Blue Whale Challenge Game to be Banned

The Suicide Game which is known as Blue Whale Challenge has created a chaos in the mind of the parents these days, has been finally chose to ban the game by the Government of India. It is not a game which can be downloaded or is available on a website; therefore the role of the internet platforms becomes greater. "The proponent of Blue Whale C...

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  • North Korean Threats Will Increase Tourism To Guam
North Korean Threats Will Increase Tourism To Guam

According to the paper, use military warmongers are running scared by Pyongyang's growing military might. On the same day, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said if North Korea hit Guam , it'd be "game on". Kim Jong Un thinks "the nuclear weapons will prevent USA from getting involved", Sun said. Fox News reports that Japan lies onl...

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  • Hope Hicks to Serve as Interim White House Communications Director
Hope Hicks to Serve as Interim White House Communications Director

New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman wrote Hicks is serving the role in an interim fashion and helping find a permanent replacement. Hicks survived frequent turnover in the top ranks of the Trump campaign past year and later the Trump White House.

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  • Blue Jays signed Lefty Brett Anderson to a minor-league contract
Blue Jays signed Lefty Brett Anderson to a minor-league contract

The Rays extended their lead to 4-1 in the fourth. The basis of the Rays Blake Snell (1-6) surrendered four points in six innings of work. Snell's last victory came September 22, 2016, against the New York Yankees. Trailing, 2-1, the Rays got a rally going with men on first and second and nobody out. "There's a lot of smiles, a lot of cheering go...

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  • Top General Says US Capable Of Protecting Territories, South Korea
Top General Says US Capable Of Protecting Territories, South Korea

The CBOE Volatility Index, also known as the VIX, continued to tumble. A spokesman says Marine Corps Gen. Dunford also told his South Korean counterparts Monday that the North's missiles and nukes threaten the world. Seoul's 10 million people are within firing range of North Korea's artillery, and would be likely to suffer the brunt of the first re...

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