• Collision on Spanish rollercoaster
Collision on Spanish rollercoaster

Police and park staff are investigating the cause of the accident. The kids suffered injuries like whiplash, bruising and torso pain after slamming into the guard rail as they sat in rollercoaster cars. The Parque de Atracciones is located in the Spanish capital's largest park, Casa de Campo, and was opened in 1969. The accident happened at aro...

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  • Garth Brooks offers to pay for couple's honeymoon during show
Garth Brooks offers to pay for couple's honeymoon during show

Saturday show proposed to his girlfriend during Brooks' performance of " Unanswered Prayers ". Later on, Trisha Yearwood joined Brooks on stage and - like any good spouse - he ran the expense by his wife. The sign said that her husband was a musician because of Garth. The Oklahoman shared details about the late Friday night show where Jonathan ...

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  • 'Get used to it' China says as it flies bombers near Japan
'Get used to it' China says as it flies bombers near Japan

Reacting to concern in Japan, Ren Guoqiang, a Chinese Ministry of Defense spokesman, said there was no cause for alarm with this flight and that "relevant parties" (meaning Japan) should "get used to it". Japan scrambled fighter jets in March 2013 in response to a Chinese military exercise involving 13 aircraft flying through the Miyako Strait....

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  • Jimbo Fisher calls ACC 'premier conference in college football'
Jimbo Fisher calls ACC 'premier conference in college football'

Alabama and Florida State square off in the Chick-fil-A College Football Kickoff Game on September 2 at the new Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. I think it's what college football is about. Swofford also addressed the long-running question of whether Notre Dame - a football independent but an ACC member in all other league sports - might join i...

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  • One dead, widespread blackouts in Chilean capital after rare snowfall
One dead, widespread blackouts in Chilean capital after rare snowfall

Chilean authorities said a worker died while trying to clear ice and two people were injured after being shocked by a fallen power line, The Straits Times reports. "Caution in driving. Santiago is not ready for snow driving. If you can, avoid leaving - do it, and don't risk yourself", the agency said in a statement.

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  • Nitish Kumar to seek fresh mandate if Tejashwi fails to come clean?
Nitish Kumar to seek fresh mandate if Tejashwi fails to come clean?

Lalu Yadav said that his son Tejashwi Yadav, who is facing corruption charges, will not resign as Bihar Deputy Chief Minister. The suspense in Bihar's politics is likely to end only after the presidential election. Leaders of both the alliance partners are of the view that Nitish and Lalu should sit, talk and resolve issues rather than allowing t...

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  • Girl, 15, dies after adverse reaction to drug
Girl, 15, dies after adverse reaction to drug

Two other girls who were believed to have taken the same substance as Leah in Bakers Park were taken to hospital as a precaution and later released. A cordon remains in place around Bakers Park in Newton Abbot, South Devon , where the youngsters had been.

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  • Pakistan army chief 'analysing' evidence against Kulbhushan Jadhav: ISPR
Pakistan army chief 'analysing' evidence against Kulbhushan Jadhav: ISPR

His mercy petition has already been rejected by a military court. Pakistani forces have accused Jadhav of carrying out espionage activities on the behest of the RAW and central government, a claim denied by India. The Dawn, in an editorial, said that a Visa application by the mother of convicted Jadhav is the latest opportunity for India and Pakist...

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  • IAF Choppers Rushed To Flood-hit Odisha; Govt Seeks Army, Navy Aid
IAF Choppers Rushed To Flood-hit Odisha; Govt Seeks Army, Navy Aid

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has reviewed the situation and has held a meeting to chart out the strategy to provide relief to affected people. He said the state control room in the Special relief Commission (SRC) Office is tracking the flood situation and the Rayagada District Collector is in charge of the situation and instruction has been...

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  • Coast Guard Rescues Five From Capsized Boat Off of the Florida Keys
Coast Guard Rescues Five From Capsized Boat Off of the Florida Keys

The daughter was placed on the rescuer's personal watercraft while the mother was towed behind it on a rescue sled. The Coast Guard crew immediately rescued the mother and her daughter from the water and brought them aboard their boat. A rescue boat raced to the scene and when it arrived the crew reported that everyone was safe and the burning bo...

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  • SKorea seeks rare talks with North to ease military tensions
SKorea seeks rare talks with North to ease military tensions

Earlier this month, Moon reiterated he's willing to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un if conditions are met. Moon also said the two Koreas must halt hostile activities along the border, restart family reunions and cooperate on the 2018 Winter Olympics to be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea .

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  • Accusing Pakistan for supporting terrorists, USA cracks down on anti-terror funding
Accusing Pakistan for supporting terrorists, USA cracks down on anti-terror funding

The US House of Representatives has voted for three legislative amendments to impose tougher conditions for reimbursement of defence funding to Pakistan making it conditional to Islamabad showing satisfactory progress in the fight against terrorism.

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  • BETET 2017 On 23 July, Download Admit Card Now
BETET 2017 On 23 July, Download Admit Card Now

For Paper 2, as much as 2,56,038 candidates have been issued TET hall ticket. The Bihar Teacher Eligibility Test (BETET) is expected to be conducted on July 23 and the admit cards for the test are likely to be released on Sunday. TS state released Telangana TET Hall Ticket . The list of do's and don'ts should be taken seriously and the candi...

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  • Telegram to block terror channels after Indonesian ban
Telegram to block terror channels after Indonesian ban

The communications ministry said in a statement that "so many channels in the (Telegram) service contain radicalism and terrorism. encouragement and tips to assemble bombs or launch attacks" that it needed to block it. As a partial measure, the ministry asked internet companies in the country to block access to 11 addresses offering the web versi...

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  • Kashmir: Hizbul Mujahideen module busted in Baramulla, 3 arrested
Kashmir: Hizbul Mujahideen module busted in Baramulla, 3 arrested

The module was running in North Kashmir's Baramulla district under the leadership of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Parvez Wani, a resident of Handwara area in Kupwara district, reported news agency IANS quoting a police officer. "They were identified as Ansar-ul-lah Tantray son of Mohammad Munawar Tantary resident of Raipora, Palhalan, Abdul Rashid B...

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  • US doctor to meet with specialists treating Charlie Gard
US doctor to meet with specialists treating Charlie Gard

A statement on Great Ormond Street Hospital website, which spells out the doctors' thinking, reads: "At the heart of Charlie's parlous and awful condition is the question, how can it be in his best interests for his life-sustaining treatment to be withdrawn?" says the Great Ormond Street statement.

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  • Australia seeks access to encrypted messages
Australia seeks access to encrypted messages

Australia on Friday proposed new laws to compel companies such as US social media giant Facebook and device manufacturer Apple to provide security agencies access to encrypted messages. "It is vitally important that the development of technology does not leave the law behind", he said. However, Silicon Valley tech companies have so far ref...

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  • Philippines: Three killed, one injured in prison breakout in restive Jolo
Philippines: Three killed, one injured in prison breakout in restive Jolo

Provincial police chief Senior Superintendent Mario Buyuccan was quoted as saying that some of those who escaped were linked to the Abu Sayyaf, an Islamist militant group responsible for a series of kidnap-for-ransom cases. In May, 100 inmates broke out from two prisons in Marawi, Mindanao after they were freed by Islamic State-influenced militants...

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  • Don't spare anyone involved in drugs racket: Telangana CM
Don't spare anyone involved in drugs racket: Telangana CM

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Sunday convened a high-level marathon meeting and instructed the officials to go ahead with more zeal against drugs in the state. The meeting was called on after the recent drug racket bust in Hyderabad where school children, Tollywood personalities, relatives of politicians MNC employees were foun...

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  • Berlin 'dismayed and furious' over murder of German women in Egypt
Berlin 'dismayed and furious' over murder of German women in Egypt

Late on Saturday, the High Information Service (HIS) issued a statement on the incident, saying that there have been "limited" attacks targeting tourists over the past four years. Abu Qura communicated with ISIS in Iraq and Syria via the internet, and he was given the task to carry out the attack against foreign tourists in Hurghada.

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