• This is taking too long: last words of euthanasia scientist David Goodall
This is taking too long: last words of euthanasia scientist David Goodall

According to The Guardian , Goodall ate fish and chips and cheesecake and listened to Beethoven's Ninth Symphony ( Ode to Joy ) in the moments before his death. Born in London in 1914 before moving to Australia in 1948, Dr Goodall did not have a terminal illness but said his quality of life had deteriorated.

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  • Seven found dead at property in WA
Seven found dead at property in WA

Arrived at the scene the police found in the private possession of the 7 human bodies with traces of gunshot wounds. Augusta-Margaret River Shire president Pamela Townsend said the incident had impacted everyone in the area. Police have closed off Osmington Road as they continue their investigation. "The loss of any life is tragic, but th...

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  • Israel hits dozens of Iranian targets in Syria
Israel hits dozens of Iranian targets in Syria

The White House, in a statement, condemned Iran's " provocative rocket attacks" from Syria and said it supported Israel's right to defend itself . "If we get rain, then they will get a flood", the defense minister said. He warns "We mustn't become complacent on the matter", stating he has been among those warning of the Iranian threat in recent ...

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  • France's Macron says will keep working on broader Iran nuclear deal
France's Macron says will keep working on broader Iran nuclear deal

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland supported an effective rules-based worldwide order, saying that the JCPOA was essential to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapons capability and to ensure greater regional and global security.

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  • Lalu Prasad Yadav's son and Aishwarya Rai get engaged in Patna
Lalu Prasad Yadav's son and Aishwarya Rai get engaged in Patna

Almost 200 people were present at the hotel when Tej Pratap and Aishwarya Rai exchanged the rings. Their wedding will take place on May 12 in the city. For the auspicious event, special arrangements were made for the engagement. Aishwarya's mother is reportedly a professor. Tej Pratap, Bihar's former health minister, is also the eldest of the 9...

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  • Lady Antebellum botches part of national anthem at NHL playoff game
Lady Antebellum botches part of national anthem at NHL playoff game

We weren't quite up to our normal speed. The more experienced playoff contender won last night. when they had to and forced a deciding Game 7 Thursday night in Nashville . "You knew it was going to be a battle and now everyone got what they wanted". It's now a one-game series, victor take all. There's lots of stuff that we didn't like.

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  • Mormon church to end 105-year partnership with Boy Scouts
Mormon church to end 105-year partnership with Boy Scouts

They said that with more members outside the United States, they should be focusing on a youth organization that supports those outside America. Church leaders say they will create their own youth program. It will replace existing activity and achievement programs, including Personal Progress for Young Women and Activity Days, Faith in God and Du...

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  • WHCA Slams Trump Over Credentials Threat: 'Unconscionable Assault on the First Amendment'
WHCA Slams Trump Over Credentials Threat: 'Unconscionable Assault on the First Amendment'

The President was referring to a study published by the Media Research Centre (MRC), a conservative media watchdog group, which claimed that, in the first four months of 2018, 91 percent of the coverage of Trump's administration from the big three television networks (ABC, NBC and CBS) was negative.

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  • Six Dead in Depok Prison Riot
Six Dead in Depok Prison Riot

Muhammad Iqbal, National Police Spokesman, told reporters that the clash was started by a trivial matter related to food from families. It was the highest death toll suffered by the counter-terrorism police force, known as Detachment, or "Densus", 88, which was set up in 2003 and received training and funding from Australia and the United States....

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  • Hawaii volcano could have explosive eruption
Hawaii volcano could have explosive eruption

Authorities initially ordered almost 2,000 residents to leave two communities in the Big Island's mostly rural district of Puna last Thursday. "There were a number of people at their residences", Talmadge Magno, the administrator for Hawaii County Civil Defense, said at a news briefing.

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  • A series of explosions in Kabul
A series of explosions in Kabul

Kabul-based journalist Ali Latifi has the latest details. Several more blasts were also followed by gunfire near the police station in the Shahr-e Now neighborhood, a busy commercial district with several fortified compounds headquartering global aid groups and Afghan government agencies.

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  • US News & World Report Names Best High Schools In Colorado
US News & World Report Names Best High Schools In Colorado

The top high schools in IL in 2018 are found in Chicago, according to a new report. Maeser was joined in the top 1,000 nationally by two other Utah schools. Total minority enrollment at the school was 12 percent. "Congratulations and thank you for your hard work!" City Honors came in 103rd in national rankings .

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  • Tennis player weds days after crocodile attack
Tennis player weds days after crocodile attack

Her husband told the same newspaper that the crocodile attack strengthened their union. "The waters were very calm and there were about seven boats in the water when the crocodile just jumped out and bit a chunk of my right arm together with the side of the canoe, which started deflating".

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  • Israel has
Israel has "right" to defend against Iranian aggression: PM

The Home Front Command released a reminder on safety regulations to residents of the area; some reported hearing explosions. Israel has warned that it will not allow Iran to establish a permanent military presence in Syria. Netanyahu had been one of the leading critics of the nuclear accord. Syria and Iran have accused Israel of carrying out a se...

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  • Broken agreements on the supply to Iran of Boeing and Airbus planes
Broken agreements on the supply to Iran of Boeing and Airbus planes

DAE does not do business in Iran at the moment, he said . It even touted its lack of exposure to the USA market as an advantage over its German rivals , and sales in Iran helped to offset PSA's difficulties in territories such as China and the United Kingdom.

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  • Google blocks all online ads related to Eighth Amendment referendum
Google blocks all online ads related to Eighth Amendment referendum

Google has revealed it is banning all ads related to the referendum on the Eighth Amendment from its platforms ahead of the vote on 25 May. The referendum, being held on 25 May, could repeal the Republic's Eighth Amendment, which now upholds a near-total ban on abortions .

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  • Malaysia: Polling begins for general elections
Malaysia: Polling begins for general elections

In the election, 222 parliamentary seats were up for grabs but hardly any pre-polls survey showed Mahathir ahead of Najib Razak , the prime minister who is leading the BN. Najib's decision to hold the election on May 9-a working day-is also part of his plan to keep about half a million Malaysians working in Singapore away from the hustings.

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  • Nawaz Sharif faces probe for laundering United States dollars 4.9 bn to India
Nawaz Sharif faces probe for laundering United States dollars 4.9 bn to India

The World Bank's Remittances and Migration Report is an effort by the World Bank to estimate migration and remittances numbers across the world, it said. Mr Sharif has dismissed the corruption charges as politically motivated. NAB further discussed the crux of the article in which it is alleged that Saeed Ahmed was the key man in the episode wh...

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  • LeBron James leads Cavs to sweep of Raptors
LeBron James leads Cavs to sweep of Raptors

They totalled 18 points, although Kyle did have 10 assists. Here is what they did not have. After all the injuries, the failed Isaiah Thomas experiment, the roster overhaul at the trading deadline and other distractions, the Cavs, who can get some rest while waiting for the Philadelphia-Boston victor, are peaking at the right time.

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  • 'Catastrophic': Denmark reacts to U.S. break with Europe over Iran deal
'Catastrophic': Denmark reacts to U.S. break with Europe over Iran deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May , German Chancellor Angela Merkel , French President Emmanuel Macron and United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres have all warned Trump not to scrap the deal. Trump". "The future of Iran belongs to its people", he added. "It will be more painful for motorists than the past two years -- but n...

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