• Child 'seriously injured' by falling logs in Argyll forest
Child 'seriously injured' by falling logs in Argyll forest

Kayla become trapped under logs in an area where trees had recently been harvested in Barcaldine Forest, near Benderloch, at about 2:40pm on Sunday. Paramedics worked on the youngster at the scene. Her family said in a statement: "Kayla was a precious fun-loving eight-year-old who was loved by everyone around her". She attended Rockfield's Gaelic...

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  • Police arrest man they say attacked four women in Brooklyn
Police arrest man they say attacked four women in Brooklyn

Ofuoma (photo), who police say was caught on camera wearing a black T-shirt that read "F-- you, you f--ing f--", proved just as eloquent after his arrest. Mark's and New York Aves., pushing her inside as she opened her door at 1 a.m. He inappropriately touched the woman and told her he wanted sex, the NYPD said.

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  • BBC launch HUGE new music festival - as Glastonbury takes a year off
BBC launch HUGE new music festival - as Glastonbury takes a year off

The BBC has announced its biggest ever music event with a brand new festival across four different nations. The BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend was launched in 2003, and has been held in different locations across the United Kingdom every year since, including Dundee and Glasgow .

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  • Last orca calf born in captivity at a SeaWorld park dies
Last orca calf born in captivity at a SeaWorld park dies

The daughter of San Diego-born Takara , showing signs of pneumonia , was being cared for at the park's Animal Hospital surrounded by a team of dedicated staff members, SeaWorld said, adding: "Despite the team's best efforts, Kyara passed earlier today, surrounded by lots of love".

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  • 2 shot in officer-involved shooting in North Las Vegas
2 shot in officer-involved shooting in North Las Vegas

Police say in a statement that the victim in the earlier incident had been shot in the leg on Sunday. After police arrived, the suspect left the house, went into a vehicle and drove off, the station reports. PREVIOUS STORY: Two suspects were shot by police on Monday in the 4600 block of North Goldfield Street, near Commerce Street and Craig Road i...

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  • Saudi-led bloc unveils new Qatar 'terrorist' list
Saudi-led bloc unveils new Qatar 'terrorist' list

They said that these entities have direct or indirect ties with Qatari authorities. "To that end, the four states, along with their worldwide partners, will monitor the Qatari authorities' commitment in not harbouring terrorists, supporting and financing terrorism, ending any promoting of extremist and hate speech, and financing of extremists insid...

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  • China bolsters defences on Korean border
China bolsters defences on Korean border

The issue may be discussed further in the two countries' Security Consultative Meeting and the Korea-U.S. The volume of trade most clearly shows the growing closeness between North Korea and Russian Federation. It has been suggested that Kim Jong-un could order a new weapons test to mark the anniversary of the end of the Korean War on Thursda...

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  • 2 muertos y 14 heridos — Tren chocó colectivo
2 muertos y 14 heridos — Tren chocó colectivo

Producto del impacto, el chofer del colectivo y una mujer de 32 años perdieron la vida; y al menos 15 personas resultaron heridas, las que fueron trasladadas a los hospitales Eva Perón y Héroes de Malvinas . Las causas de la fatalidad aún son un misterio . "El hombre sabía el itinerario". Estamos averiguando qué es lo que pasó. No obstante, ...

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  • Man stabbed in possible terror attack in central Israel, police investigation underway
Man stabbed in possible terror attack in central Israel, police investigation underway

Police say the victim was a resident of Arab-Israeli village Arraba in northern Israel and the attacker was from the West Bank city of Qalqilya. The Palestinian-Israeli man who was injured is a 32-year old bus driver with the Israeli bus company Egged.

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  • Building in Mumbai collapses, more than 30 feared trapped
Building in Mumbai collapses, more than 30 feared trapped

The building has a RCC structure and now the removal of the topmost RCC slab is in progress. Rahangdale said the ground floor of the building in the northern suburb of Ghatkopar housed a nursing home, which was vacant, while the rest of the building was occupied by three or four families on each floor.

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  • Hikers Rescued From Flash Floods in Arizona
Hikers Rescued From Flash Floods in Arizona

One of those rescued was a 4-year-old boy, who was airlifted to safety from the Tanque Verde Falls area of Redington Pass in the mountains east of Tucson, Gress said. Deputy Boll said when the child was hoisted in the helicopter without his father, the child appeared scared. However, deputies were preparing for the worst during the rescue effort,...

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  • Saudi king arrives in Morocco for private vacation
Saudi king arrives in Morocco for private vacation

He was seen off at King Abdul Aziz International Airport by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal and Jeddah Gov. Prince Mishaal bin Majed. For security, surveillance cameras have been installed near the residence, as well as on the beaches in the area. King Salman bin Abdel Aziz Al Saud، Monarch of the Saudi Arabi...

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  • Japan marks three years to Tokyo 2020
Japan marks three years to Tokyo 2020

Around 5,000 spectators joined Japanese Olympians and Paralympians and other guests at Tokyo's Citizens' Plaza in Shinjuku to celebrate the milestone. This event was also the prelude to the Nationwide Tokyo 2020 Flag Tour, which aims to bring some of the excitement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 to every corner of the country.

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  • Vande Mataram compulsory in all Tamil Nadu schools, colleges: Madras HC
Vande Mataram compulsory in all Tamil Nadu schools, colleges: Madras HC

The issue pertains to a plea moved by K Veeramani , who failed to clear the written test for the post of BT Assistant as he answered that the song was written in Bengali. In April 2017, the Supreme Court had issued sought response from Central Government to a petition that sought to make singing Vande Mataram mandatory at all educational insti...

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  • Verdict in decades-long BC polygamy case expected Monday
Verdict in decades-long BC polygamy case expected Monday

Donegan said Blackmore was shown a list of his alleged wives and actually made two corrections to the details. Legal wrangling in the Canadian case had earlier focused on whether the law banning polygamous marriage was a violation of the nation's Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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  • Trump blasts 'fabricated' Syria story, appears to confirm covert Central Intelligence Agency program
Trump blasts 'fabricated' Syria story, appears to confirm covert Central Intelligence Agency program

As the months moved on, the rhetoric coming from the former host of "The Apprentice" dominated the headlines, which has only continued throughout the first seven months of his presidency. The CIA program shuttered by Trump was created to help rebels fight against Bashar al-Assad. It was started by President Barack Obama in 2013, and until Trump t...

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  • Woman Allegedly Tried To Kidnap Baby From Man Who Offered Her Ride
Woman Allegedly Tried To Kidnap Baby From Man Who Offered Her Ride

Saturday. "Even when police officers showed up and separated her from the child, she continued to stare at the child and actually made physical efforts to, in the presence of police officers, to regain possession of the child", Barth said.

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  • Hartford Line Rail Service Now Slated To Start In May 2018
Hartford Line Rail Service Now Slated To Start In May 2018

When the line is operational in May 2018, commuters along the I-91 corridor will be able to board trains every 45 minutes during peak hours - almost tripling the amount of current service on the current Amtrak line. Dannel P. Malloy said during a press conference at the new Wallingford train station, one of three new station platform facilities bei...

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  • Padma Vibhushan Prof. Yash Pal is no more
Padma Vibhushan Prof. Yash Pal is no more

Aside from his contribution in other fields, education was something close to his heart, says Apoorvanand. The report of the committee, named as " Learning without Burden ", is at present regarded as a seminal document in Indian education. From 1983-84, he served as chief consultant to the Planning Commission. While the cause of death has not been ...

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  • U.S. again resumes faster processing of H-1B work visas
U.S. again resumes faster processing of H-1B work visas

United States is going to expedite processing of H-1B work visas in many categories, mainly in higher education and scientific research institutions. Premium processing will also resume for petitions where the beneficiary will be employed at a qualifying cap-exempt institution, organization or entity.

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