• At least 21 kids injured when platform collapses at indoor gym
At least 21 kids injured when platform collapses at indoor gym

EST) at Vault PK on Main Street near Sigsbee Street. Two adults and 21 children were taken to hospital with moderate to minor injuries, three or four of whom suffered spinal injuries when a 10-by-30-foot (about 3-by-10 meters) wooden platform fell down on them, San Diego Fire-Rescue Deputy Chief Steve Wright said.

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  • Earthquake Hits Iraq And Iran, At Least Six Dead
Earthquake Hits Iraq And Iran, At Least Six Dead

It struck 32km (20mi) south-west of the Iraqi town of Halabja, the USGS said. At least eight villages were damaged in Iran after the quake Iran's state TV reported. Many residents in the Iraqi capital Baghdad rushed out of houses and tall buildings in panic. Several people posted videos of swaying light fixtures to social media.

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  • Pacific Trade Deal Goes Forward Without United States
Pacific Trade Deal Goes Forward Without United States

Trade ministers from 11 Pacific Rim countries announced an agreement Saturday on pushing ahead with a free-trade deal whose destiny was uncertain after President Donald Trump dropped it. It seems the TPP trade deal is not sunk yet. A report in Australia's Sydney Morning Herald said Trudeau "sabotaged" the talks at the last minute by failing to sh...

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  • Our Defence Affairs Are Not Negotiable: Iran FM to Macron
Our Defence Affairs Are Not Negotiable: Iran FM to Macron

He raised the prospect of possible sanctions with regard to those activities. Saudi Arabia long has accused Iran of giving weapons to the Shiite rebels known as Houthis and their allies, though Tehran has just as long denied supplying them.

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  • Supreme Court refuses to ban 'Padmavati' release
Supreme Court refuses to ban 'Padmavati' release

The film features Deepika Padukone as Padmavati , Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh as Sultan Alauddin Khilji. Earlier in January, Bhansali was attacked and the film's set was vandalised while it was being shot in Rajasthan.

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  • Vandeweghe, Stephens open play Vs Belarus in Fed Cup final
Vandeweghe, Stephens open play Vs Belarus in Fed Cup final

Coco Vandeweghe will assume a leading role on a United States team seeking their first Fed Cup championship since winning a record 17th in 2000. "(It's) a good experience for me because I've never felt these emotions, playing at home and the score is 0-1", Sabalenka said.

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  • Trump issues stern warning to North Korea: 'Do not try us'
Trump issues stern warning to North Korea: 'Do not try us'

Trump's earlier threats to "totally destroy" North Korea if it threatened the United States, and the personal insults he exchanged with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after the North's most recent missile and nuclear tests, had raised fears in the region of military conflict.

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  • Release of man-made killer mosquitoes will reduce disease population
Release of man-made killer mosquitoes will reduce disease population

Attack of the killer mosquitoes - but thankfully, they're not after us. On their website, MosquitoMate claims that the release of their modified males reduces biting mosquito populations by 80 percent, and now, they market their line of lab-grown mosquitoes as a method of pest control, helping towns and their citizens see fewer itchy bites in t...

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  • Israel shoots down Syrian drone approaching Golan Heights
Israel shoots down Syrian drone approaching Golan Heights

The military confirmed that the unmanned aerial vehicle was not an attack drone, and that it would investigate whether the drone had ties to Iran or Hezbollah . An Israeli Patriot missile intercepted a drone from Syria that approached the Jewish state's disputed border with Syria near the Golan Heights on Saturday.

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  • Donna Brazile in San Francisco: Nancy Pelosi Should 'Scoot Over'
Donna Brazile in San Francisco: Nancy Pelosi Should 'Scoot Over'

Is this unprecedented abuse of a Democrat big-wig because Ms Brazile's a woman who has gotten too pushy, or because of her dark skin color and the fact that she has gotten uppity with her white handlers? Brazile strongly implies in the book that she believed the 2016 primary was "rigged" against Vermont Sen.

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  • Veterans Day a day to honor those who served
Veterans Day a day to honor those who served

The honor roll will be made of black granite, with a similar design to the Vietnam War Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. It will be placed in a traffic circle at the intersection of 4th and Liberty Streets in California, where memorials honoring World War 1 and World War II veterans already stand.

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  • Charlotte police: Air traffic controller possessed 'weapon of mass destruction'
Charlotte police: Air traffic controller possessed 'weapon of mass destruction'

The FBI said they are assisting Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police with their investigation and that they don't anticipate federal charges to be filed against Dandan at this time. He had access to the airport's air traffic control tower, but the airport said he had no access to restricted areas of the terminal or ramp, nor did he have access to any air...

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  • Iraq begins fight for final IS-held town, Rawa
Iraq begins fight for final IS-held town, Rawa

Abu Kamal is the main border crossing into Iraq, where it links with al-Qaim, another town which recently fell to Iraqi forces from ISIS. " Military units and people's militia launched a large-scale operation to liberate the district of Rumana and the city of Rawa ", an Iraqi military commander said in a statement on Saturday, as cited by RIA Nov...

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  • Pittsburgh Breaks Record Low Temperature On Veterans Day
Pittsburgh Breaks Record Low Temperature On Veterans Day

The deep freeze hit the Big Apple Friday night as the temperature bottomed out at a record-low 26 degrees. There also is a chance of showers after 11 a.m., but forecasters believe not more than one-tenth of an inch is expected to fall. On Friday, the city broke its previous 2004 record low temperature of 25 degrees. That would eclipse the coldest V...

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  • Korea to train with three USA aircraft carriers
Korea to train with three USA aircraft carriers

The upcoming practice is aimed at bolstering the South Korea-U.S. alliance's policy of "extended deterrence" against the North's nuclear and missile provocations, it added. "It makes sense for North Korea to come to the table and make a deal that is good for the people of North Korea and for the world", Trump told media at a news conference follo...

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  • Woman who Wednesday her mum pleads guilty
Woman who Wednesday her mum pleads guilty

Misty Spann married her mother, Patricia Ann Spann, on 25 March 2015. They were then adopted and raised by their paternal grandmother, reports Daily Mail . She married a son in 2008, according to police, and their marriage was annulled in 2010 after her son described it as incest. He filed for an annulment 15 months later citing "incest", accord...

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  • Ex-parliament Speaker of Catalonia Forcadell Granted Bail
Ex-parliament Speaker of Catalonia Forcadell Granted Bail

A sixth parliamentarian was freed without bail, DW reported. Spain's Supreme Court says a judge has ordered the release of Catalan parliament speaker after bail has been posted. According to Spanish law, Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria is now the official leader of Catalonia. Catalonia parliament speaker Carme Forcadell is dr...

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  • NRSC withdraws support from Roy Moore's Senate campaign
NRSC withdraws support from Roy Moore's Senate campaign

I believe Leigh Corfman . She said the earliest text to mention Mary's age is "The Infancy Gospel of James", which she describes as "a clearly legendary text that is trying to expand on the gospel accounts". The accusations were made in a report in The Washington Post on Thursday. "Zechariah was extremely old to marry Elizabeth and they becam...

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  • Pakistan allows wife to meet Jhadav on 'humanitarian grounds'
Pakistan allows wife to meet Jhadav on 'humanitarian grounds'

Kulbhushan Jadhav is an Indian national on death row in Pakistan. Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistan Army court on charges of spying. Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav alias Hussein Mubarak Patel was arrested on March 3, 2016 through a Counter Intelligence Operation from Mashkel, Balochistan , for his involvement in espionage and sabotage act...

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  • All NRC-related matters to be heard by same SC Bench
All NRC-related matters to be heard by same SC Bench

Terming as "disturbing" the allegations levelled in CBI's FIR that also made former Orissa High Court judge Ishrat Masroor Quddusi as one of the accused, the top court said the plea would come up for hearing before the constitution bench on November 13.

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