• Marines missing after aircraft crash
Marines missing after aircraft crash

The Marines' next of kin have been notified, and Australia's defense force is assisting with the recovery effort, the statement said. The MV-22, which is half-helicopter half-turboprop, has two engines positioned on fixed wingtips that allow it to land and take off vertically.

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  • Israeli forces attack peaceful crowds at Jerusalem holy site
Israeli forces attack peaceful crowds at Jerusalem holy site

Israeli police said they responded after stones were thrown at officers at the gates to the site. The government said the security measures were needed to prevent weapons entering the holy grounds, after two Israeli policemen were killed by two protesters.

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  • Teen Emerges From Beach With Bloodied Legs After A Quick Dip
Teen Emerges From Beach With Bloodied Legs After A Quick Dip

Mr Kanizay said by the time Sam returned to his shoes, his legs were covered in blood. Kanizay said the creatures appeared to latch themselves onto the meat, suggesting they very well could have done the same to poor Sam's legs as he cooled them off in a post-footy recovery session.

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  • China and Russian Federation back United States sanctions on Kim
China and Russian Federation back United States sanctions on Kim

Very big financial impact!" China is North Korea's largest trading partner and makes up 85 percent or more of North Korea's total trade. "Over one billion dollars in cost to N.K". The east Asian nation earns about $3 billion per year from export revenues, the fact sheet said. "This resolution is the single largest economic sanctions packa...

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  • Gujarat MLAs moving to another resort
Gujarat MLAs moving to another resort

They are likely to stay at a resort in Anand before moving to Gandhinagar on the eve of the polls, sources said. Gohil alleged that it was the BJP , which was spreading "canards" that the Congress MLAs would first be flown to the national capital to meet Sonia.

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  • Pakistan peace can be achieved only by solving Kashmir issue: Khawaja Asif
Pakistan peace can be achieved only by solving Kashmir issue: Khawaja Asif

He said Pakistan is fully capable of defending its geographical boundaries. Asif also alleged that Pakistan's efforts to build friendly relations with Afghanistan were being hampered by India. He also called for honouring the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) in order to ensure regional peace. However, he said, later India filled the dam which led to Paki...

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  • Trump tweets he's
Trump tweets he's "impressed" with sanctions against North Korea

Security Council vote to ramp up economic sanctions as punishment for Pyongyang's recent long-range ballistic missile tests. The pair greeted each other warmly before the meeting. China hopes the South Korean government could realize the essence of the problem right now and the damage THAAD brings to South Korea and make wise decisions in line wi...

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  • Injured in Hazardous Materials Leak at Port of Long Beach
Injured in Hazardous Materials Leak at Port of Long Beach

Coast Guard. The chemical compound, flammable propyl acetate, spilled from a container tank on board of container ship HARBOUR BRIDGE , berthed at Long Beach Port, Ca., at about 0930 LT Aug 6. A hazardous materials unit, a search-and-rescue unit and paramedics were dispatched to the scene. Local and federal officials are on scene investigating...

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  • Japan's new foreign minister to tackle N. Korea at worldwide debut
Japan's new foreign minister to tackle N. Korea at worldwide debut

But she warned that it is not enough and "we should not fool ourselves into thinking we have solved the problem - not even close". The North Korean envoy hasn't spoken publicly since arriving in the Philippines. Despite initial opposition, Russian Federation also approved the resolution. What has China done to curb North Korea's nuclear ambiti...

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  • Homicide Suspect Shot by Police in Santa Monica
Homicide Suspect Shot by Police in Santa Monica

At 6:17, a patrol sergeant arrived and at 6:18 an officer radioed that shots were fired, according to the sheriff's office. The police fired back, injuring the suspect, who was then taken to a hospital and is expected to survive. Within minutes, two officers found the suspect near 3rd Street and Hollister Avenue, just a few blocks away. At leas...

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  • Toyota and Mazda have signed an important agreement
Toyota and Mazda have signed an important agreement

Toyota said it would discuss its partnership with the Hiroshima-based company at a board meeting later in the day. The companies gave no further details on the proposal. The tie-up with Mazda, although still limited, marks the latest addition to Toyota's sprawling empire, which includes Japanese truck maker Hino Motors and minicar maker Daihatsu Mo...

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  • Led Coalition says 624 civilian casualties from airstrikes in Iraq, Syria
Led Coalition says 624 civilian casualties from airstrikes in Iraq, Syria

His three other member from the ISIS and his assistant named Abu Hammam also got killed in the airstrike near Deir ez-Zor, in eastern Syria on July 16. He was also responsible for planning numerous terrorist attacks, they added, including the failed plot to bomb the 2016 Israel-Albania soccer match in Albania.

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  • Xi's move to punish North Korea seen as accommodation to US
Xi's move to punish North Korea seen as accommodation to US

USA officials have been adamant there will be no direct meetings with North Koreans in Manila , even among low-level officials. South Korea's presidential office Cheong Wa Dae hailed the new U.N. Haley said the sanctions largely target North Korea's major exports, such as coal, iron and seafood. If implemented by all countries, the ban w...

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  • UN imposes tougher sanctions on North Korea
UN imposes tougher sanctions on North Korea

Therefore on August 6, Beijing called on the Kim Jong-Un regime to stop its missile and nuclear tests and for the United States to pursue talks involving the major powers in a diplomatic solution to the North Korea crisis. The diplomat estimated $251 million in coal exports would be shut off along with $295 million estimated in seafood sales. T...

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  • Rosenstein, Christie temper reports of Mueller grand jury in Russian Federation probe
Rosenstein, Christie temper reports of Mueller grand jury in Russian Federation probe

In his first Sunday news-show appearance, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein declined comment on whether special counsel Robert Mueller , who's leading the investigation, is using a federal grand jury to help collect information.

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  • Two injured as crane crashes into Sydney apartment block
Two injured as crane crashes into Sydney apartment block

Supt Turner said the residents of the 88 units would remain in temporary accommodation until authorities were sure the building was safe. Paramedics treated two patients at the scene, one for a leg injury, who were then taken to St George Hospital.

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  • Missing 1-year-old Oklahoma girl found in Texas
Missing 1-year-old Oklahoma girl found in Texas

The AMBER Alert was issued Saturday for Bracie Shivers, 1, who was last seen with her father Bryant Schivers Jr. and mother Tara Springfield. An Amber Alert has been discontinued after an Oklahoma child has been found in Texas. Deputies said Bryant Schivers and Tara Springfield are in police custody. They are believed to be driving a white 2011...

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  • China's sanctions support shows recognition of gravity of North Korea threat
China's sanctions support shows recognition of gravity of North Korea threat

In mid-July, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told a news briefing: " Recently, certain people, talking about the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, have been exaggerating and giving prominence to the so-called 'China responsibility theory '".

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  • Valentino Rossi:
Valentino Rossi: "The 2017 MotoGP Championship is Open"

Danilo Petrucci (Octo Pramac Racing) and Alvaro Bautista (Pull&Bear Aspar Team) both put together solid laps in Q2, after having moved through from the first qualifying session. Five different winners in nine MotoGPs tells the story of a tight season with no-one grabbing a big advantage. Lorenzo failed to recover from his poor stop and was 15th.

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  • Chinese official says no link between U.S. trade and N. Korea
Chinese official says no link between U.S. trade and N. Korea

In a 52-minute teleconference, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to take "further actions" to counter North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile threat. ADVERTISEMENTThe news agency warned that "taking out this outrage on China is clearly finding the wrong target". Chinese diplomats and the state ne...

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