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After her anxious grandmother Leisa Bennett raised the alarm, strangers and indigenous trackers came from as far away as Stanthorpe to search for the girl. "The area around the house is quite mountainous and is very inhospitable terrain to go walking in", emergency services coordinator Ian Phipps told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Syrian Forces Retake Town After Rebels Depart

    Syrian Forces Retake Town After Rebels Depart

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    A United Nations security team touring the sites of the alleged attack on Tuesday was shot at and subjected to a blast but returned safely to Damascus, Dujarric said earlier. However, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Thursday that "Syrian government troops, in freeing the territory of Eastern Ghouta, found containers with chlorine, the most awful kind of chemical weapon, from Germany".
  • Child rape death penalty sought in India

    Child rape death penalty sought in India

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    The Government has chosen to take the route of Ordinance without waiting to make amendments to the individual laws till the Monsoon Session of Parliament commences in July. With a general election due next year, Modi moved swiftly to remedy that negative perception by holding the emergency cabinet meeting as soon as he returned yesterday morning.
  • Trump Rips WashPost Story on AG Jeff Sessions

    Trump Rips WashPost Story on AG Jeff Sessions

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    His words came amid a series of tweets by President Trump against Rosenstein and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, following the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of his Personal Attorney Michael Cohen. On coverage, Trump has embraced an excessive amount of what Periods is doing on the Justice Division. But even that alignment has not prevented Trump from not exclusively attacking Periods, but additionally stating that he regrets hiring him within the first place, telling reporters on a ...
  • Visitors kill kangaroo at Chinese zoo by throwing bricks at it

    Visitors kill kangaroo at Chinese zoo by throwing bricks at it

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    One kangaroo died and another was injured after visitors at a Chinese zoo hurled rocks and bricks at the animals, according to the AFP . A few weeks later, a five-year-old male kangaroo at the same zoo was slightly injured in a similar way, said the report posted on the network's website late on Thursday.
  • CIA Investigating Construction of Graphite Plant in North Korea

    CIA Investigating Construction of Graphite Plant in North Korea

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    Kim justified the suspension to his party by saying the situation around North Korea has been rapidly changing "in favour of the Korean revolution" since he announced a year ago that his country had completed its nuclear forces. The EU also welcomed it while Russian Federation said it was "an important step towards the future easing of tensions" on the peninsula. "We will concentrate all efforts on building a powerful socialist economy and markedly improving the standard of people's ...
  • Democratic Party sues Trump camp, Russia, WikiLeaks

    Democratic Party sues Trump camp, Russia, WikiLeaks

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    The suit also claims that Moscow informed Trump's campaign that it had conducted a cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee (DNC), leading to the release of information damaging to the party's presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. The president's campaign manager Brad Parscale called the lawsuit a sham "about a bogus Russian collusion claim filed by a desperate, dysfunctional, and almost insolvent Democratic Party".
  • Amber Rudd 'promised harder immigration crackdown' in private memo to Theresa May

    Amber Rudd 'promised harder immigration crackdown' in private memo to Theresa May

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    The cases emerged amid continuing controversy over the treatment of Commonwealth citizens who arrived in the United Kingdom between the late 1940s and early 1970s and have recently found their migration status under challenge. Barbados high commissioner (ambassador) Guy Hewitt told the BBC that some "Windrush Kids" were being treated as illegal immigrants even though they had gone to school in Britain and paid their taxes.
  • Trump considering full pardon for boxer Jack Johnson

    Trump considering full pardon for boxer Jack Johnson

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    He said Stallone called him to share Johnson's story, adding that the boxer's "trials and tribulations were great, his life complex and controversial". The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Stallone's representatives for comment. Johnson died in a auto crash in North Carolina in 1946, at the age of 68.
  • Throw out romaine lettuce, CDC advises as E. coli outbreak spreads

    Throw out romaine lettuce, CDC advises as E. coli outbreak spreads

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    This warning comes a day after consumers were told to throw away and not eat any chopped romaine lettuce , including bagged salad and salad mixes. Thirty-one of them had to be hospitalized. Since March, the outbreak has affected 53 people across 16 states. Media reports indicate Safeway had pulled romaine lettuce from shelves in OR and replaced it with safe product.
  • Another School Shooting Happens in Florida

    Another School Shooting Happens in Florida

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    Some parents came to the school to await word on what happened. Law enforcement is clearing the school to check for any other threats. You know, society has changed since I was a kid, since I was in school. "Children are being hurt". The shooting comes the day students across the county walked out of their classrooms to protest school gun violence and push for gun control.
  • Arizona educators vote to strike

    Arizona educators vote to strike

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    In Kentucky , another state where teachers have protested over low pay, Governor Matt Bevin had to apologize after saying that hundreds of thousands of children left at home could have been sexually assaulted or exposed to drugs as a result of teacher walkouts .
  • Embattled Missouri Gov. Greitens Faces Second Felony Charge

    Embattled Missouri Gov. Greitens Faces Second Felony Charge

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    The criminal complaint and accompanying " probable cause " statement accuse Greitens of felony computer tampering to obtain and transmit the donor list of the charity, The Mission Continues, for his own gain without its permission. But if the salacious and ugly sexual assault allegations haven't pushed Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (R) off the public stage, the new charges filed against him Friday nearly certainly won't either.
  • Berlin police defuse WWII bomb after mass evacuation

    Berlin police defuse WWII bomb after mass evacuation

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    The operation will affect long-distance and commuter rail services passing through Berlin's main station from 9 a.m. (0700 GMT) onward. Thousands of people around Berlin's central railway station were evacuated on Friday to allow disposal experts to defuse an unexploded World War II bomb unearthed on a building site.
  • ETA apologizes to victims of its 50-year armed struggle

    ETA apologizes to victims of its 50-year armed struggle

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    After almost decades of auto bomb attacks, shootings and kidnappings, the group gave up its violent campaign in 2011. "We are conscious that in this long period of struggle, we have created a lot of pain, including damages for which there is no solution".
  • Dawood Ibrahim's property can be seized by government

    Dawood Ibrahim's property can be seized by government

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    The most wanted terrorist, has properties in Nagpada region, but his sister and mother, who are now deceased, had taken it under their supervision. Dawood's mother and sister had challenged the takeover after the 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai in which 257 were killed.
  • Palestinian Rioters Seek to Breach Border Fence in Renewed Gaza Violence

    Palestinian Rioters Seek to Breach Border Fence in Renewed Gaza Violence

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    He said he trusts the Israeli army to protect him. Despite global condemnation , the Israeli army has maintained its rules of engagement, determined to stop protesters reaching the border fence. Israel's culture minister, Miri Regev, suggested the actor was supporting the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, which aims to isolate Israel economically over its treatment of Palestinians.
  • Netanyahu Says More Countries Might Move Their Embassies To Jerusalem

    Netanyahu Says More Countries Might Move Their Embassies To Jerusalem

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    The intensification of the conflict between the U.S. and Palestine occurred after the American President Donald trump announced the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, reminiscent of "Bagnet". However, the government of Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has not officially confirmed the news and a government spokesman refused to comment on the issue when asked by AFP.
  • Stormy Daniels' lawyer drops bombshell prediction on Trump's future as president

    Stormy Daniels' lawyer drops bombshell prediction on Trump's future as president

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    She alleges the agreement, which was meant to silence her about the alleged tryst she had with Trump in 2006, is invalid because Trump never signed it. He has worked with tabloids, including the National Enquirer, to kill unfavorable stories about Trump. Responding to Trump's Twitter post, Avenatti tweeted that the reward offer was being increased to $131,000.
  • Trump used a fake name to get on the Forbes 400 list

    Trump used a fake name to get on the Forbes 400 list

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    In 1984, when Trump was pushing to be labeled a billionaire, Greenberg got a call from " John Barron ", who assured Greenberg that Trump owned virtually all of his father Fred's real estate assets. "It eventually paved a path toward the presidency", Greenberg wrote. Trump claimed that these apartments were all but debt free and worth $40,000 each.
  • Germany and France plot eurozone reform

    Germany and France plot eurozone reform

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    Scholz, in Washington for a meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), made his comments ahead of a visit by Chancellor Angela Merkel to the U.S. The chancellor is facing pressure at home, with the CDU/CSU insisting that the reforms proposed by Macron are not in "Germany's interest", and are also being challenged by the Eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD ), as well as the neoliberal Free Democrats (FDP), which are highly critical of the French reform plans.
  • Document: White House Letter of Notice to Congress on Syria Strike

    Document: White House Letter of Notice to Congress on Syria Strike

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    Republican Senator Bob Corker , chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, and Tim Kaine , a committee Democrat and former running mate to Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential run, unveiled the Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) against the Islamic State, Taliban and other associated forces .
  • Trump slams California governor over U.S. troops at border

    Trump slams California governor over U.S. troops at border

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    San Diego joined roughly a dozen other local governments in Southern California, including Orange County, in opposing the state's new "sanctuary" laws. Trump has had a bone of contention with California Governor Jerry Brown lately. California Gov. Jerry Brown has vehemently defended the law. The majority of Californians find it important to increase deportations of illegal aliens, according to a survey by Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley.
  • New rule allows newborn babies on Senate floor

    New rule allows newborn babies on Senate floor

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    A swaddled 11-day-old Maile Pearl Bowlsbey arrived on the floor of the chamber carried by her mother, Senator Tammy Duckworth , as the Illinois Democrat came to vote on President Donald Trump's nominee to become head of the NASA space agency.