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Las Vegas Shooting Victim Takes First Steps After Critical Injury

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Tina Frost, a Maryland native, woke up and took her first steps since the attack on October 1. She added that her daughter was able to breathe on her own for six hours that day, and that Frost was also paid a special visit by The Jabbawockeez, who won the first season of "America's Best Dance Crew" in 2008. Read More »

Missing Woodbridge girl believed to be in 'extreme danger'

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Police believe she is in extreme danger. They likewise found 21-year-old Roberto Medrano Segovia, who is accepted to have snatched Cruz, and arrested him. He was last seen at 14807 Danville road, Woodbridge , Va. During the party, police say the two got in an argument and separated. Segovia is described as a Hispanic male with brown eyes and short black hair. Read More »

Strong wind warning for southern Ontario

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Toronto Hydro says 25,000 customers have been affected by subsequent power outages. Crews around the GTA are working to restore power and clean up damage after high winds tore through the region, bringing down branches, whipping rain and tossing debris. Read More »

FC personnel martyred in Kurram Agency blast

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The troops were part of the search party for handlers of Canadian-American family that was recently freed by the Pakistan Army, the military's media wing said in a statement. The blast came a few days after the Pakistan Army recovered a Canadian-American family in the agency from the custody of the Taliban. ISPR identified the martrys as Captain Husnain, Sepoy Saeed Baz, Sepoy Qadir and Sepoy Jumma Gul. Read More »

Twitter Reacts to USC's Victory over Utah

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With numbers like that, it would seem like a no-brainer to kick the PAT and trust that the defense would come up with a stop in overtime. Sure, Utah held the Trojans' high-octane attack to just seven points in the first half, but the second half was a completely different story. Read More »

Southampton 2-2 Newcastle United

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Perez saw his initial effort from the right of the area parried by Forster, but he followed up and beat the England worldwide inside his near post from a very tight angle. However, Newcastle hit straight back as Pérez forced a save from Forster before pouncing onto the rebound and putting the ball past him - restoring the lead in the 51st minute. Read More »

Haley Says US To Stay In Iran Nuclear Deal 'Right Now'

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On Friday, President Trump declined to certify that Iran was in compliance of the 2015 agreement, and threatened to terminate it if Congress does not strengthen it. "What we're saying now with Iran is don't let it become the next North Korea", the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said in an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press". Read More »

President Trump Enacts Healthcare Executive Order

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President Trump told reporters when he signed the order, "we are moving toward lower costs and more options in the health care market, and taking crucial steps toward saving the American people from the nightmare of Obamacare". It's also unlikely to reverse the trend of insurers exiting state markets. The U.S. House sued the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary under Obama, challenging the legality of the payments without an explicit appropriation, according to the Kaiser Family ... Read More »

24 passengers fall ill due to food poisoning on Tejas Express

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More than 26 passengers travelling in Goa-Mumbai Tejas Express were today admitted to hospital for food poisoning. Country's first Tejas Express equipped with all modern passengers amenities like automatic doors, water sensors, tea/coffee vending machine was launched in May this year. Read More »

North Korea crisis: Tillerson says diplomacy will continue

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And with Tillerson on CNN this morning, Jake Tapper broached the subject with him. They feed on one another in a very destructive way. It was after that session that Tillerson, in a private conversation with fellow United States officials, exasperatedly called the President a "moron", a comment that sparked new questions about the two men's relationship. Read More »

In Austria are early parliamentary elections

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Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern was among the first party leaders to cast his vote in the election, expressing optimism that his Social Democrats would perform well. His opponents say he is merely a new face on a party in power in various coalitions for 30 years. "You should instead go by the atmosphere here", FPO leader Heinz-Christian Strache told cheering supporters at a shopping mall in Vienna on Saturday. Read More »

MotoGP title could go either way - Marquez

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He said: "I want to say sorry, Turn 3 was a little bit... We will try to manage in the best way". "I realised "Oh, I either go inside, or I catch [hit] him". "I did a few mistakes especially at turn eight, I lose a lot". "We know it is very hard to beat him in the championship but like I said on Thursday, we will try until the end". Read More »

British actress Lysette Anthony in Harvey Weinstein rape claim

In the wake of allegations of sexual harassment against movie producer Harvey Weinstein , there have been numerous calls to call out and address rapacious behavior by men in positions of power in Hollywood. Meanwhile the organisation behind the Oscars has voted overwhelmingly in favour of expelling Weinstein. Anthony, now appearing in soap Hollyoaks , becomes the fifth woman to accuse the disgraced filmmaker of rape. Read More »

IUML KNA Khader wins Kerala assembly bypoll by over 23000 Votes

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In 2016 election, UDF candidate PK Kunhalikutty had managed to beat the LDF candidate with a margin of 38,057 votes. The victory of UDF is only "technical" and they were not able to maintain the lead they secured past year, he said. The Social Democratic Party of India and NDA came third and fourth respectively. "The tie-up between the CPI (M) and the BJP has been strengthening", the Opposition Leader said. Read More »

ESA's Sentinel-5P satellite launched to monitor global air pollution

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The satellite - carried by Russia's Rokot rocket, based on the former Soviet intercontinental ballistic missile - left behind billows of yellow smoke, footage broadcast by the European Space Agency showed. At the heart of Sentinel-5P is Tropomi (short for Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument), which will map air quality along a swath 1,801 miles (2,900 kilometers) wide from an orbit 512 miles (824 km) above Earth. Read More »

Round £1 coin will cease to become legal tender tomorrow

Philippa McKeown Brown, head of consumer empowerment and protection at the Consumer Council, said: "It's time to check the piggy-banks and money jars for £1 coins and to either spend them at the shops or exchange them at the bank or Post Office, because as of October 15, the current round £1 coins will cease to be legal tender and will no longer be accepted". Read More »

Himachal Pradesh: Anil Sharma to join BJP

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Sharma's induction to the party would be announced officially later in the day in New Delhi, Bharatiya Janata Party state spokesperson Ganesh Dutt told IANS. Other candidates chosen by the CPI (M) included Anil Mankotia from Hamirpur Assembly seat, Joginder Kumar from Sujanpur, Sudarshan from Lahaul and Spiti and Bittoo Verma from Palampur. Read More »

Virginia State Uni shooting isolated

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A hip-hop concert was scheduled for 8 p.m.at the school's Multi-Purpose Center. "Avoid the area", VSU Police‏ tweeted. A man was suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a Virginia State University shooting that authorities say was an isolated incident. Read More »

Wineries May Have Kept California's Wildfires From Getting Even Worse

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More than a dozen wildfires are raging in Northern California , a region known for its wineries. The North Coast wine industry has suffered as a result of the wildfires that have erupted across the region. Seven people are reported to have died in Sonoma, two in Napa county and one in Mendocino, with many vineyard workers needing to be airlifted to safety. Read More »

Australia will 'not be cowed' by North Korea threats, minister says

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Initially it was expected that North Korea would carry out a provocative test last Tuesday, to mark the anniversary of its ruling party's foundation. The Donga Ilbo daily, quoting a government source, said satellite pictures show ballistic missiles mounted on launchers being transported out of hangars near Pyongyang and in the North Phyongan Province. Read More »

Girl, 8, dies in fall on cruise ship docked in Miami

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He likewise said in an announcement specialists were working intimately with Carnival Cruise Lines staff "to decide the points of interest encompassing this occurrence". The ship was arriving at the Port of Miami at the time of the incident. Medical emergency units responded to the incident and provided first aid to the young victim before rushing her off to nearby the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital, ABC News reported. Read More »

PM Abbasi to be briefed on development projects in daylong Karachi visit

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According to Governor House Spokesman, the premier will be briefed on the Pakistan gas port consortium of the Fauji Oil Terminal & Distribution Limited. The premier was received by Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and Governor Muhammad Zubair at Karachi International Airport. The premier is likely to hold meetings with the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) officials and to get briefing on the four-year performance of the bourse. Read More »

DG ISPR to hold important press conference today

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Responding to Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal's remarks - that army commented on economy irresponsibly - Maj. Addressing a press conference in Rawalpindi, he also clarified that he never said that Pakistan's economy is in shambles. He said security situation has improved considerably after successful military operations in the tribal areas and other parts of the country. "Through the valiant efforts of Pakistan's security forces and the determination of the entire nation, the country had ... Read More »

North Korea preparing for another ballistic missile test

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In September, Australian prime minister said that the government was considering plans to evacuate its citizens from the Korean peninsula if threats from North Korea escalate. During the visit, the ministers stressed the need for diplomatic pressure to thwart North Korea's nuclear ambitions and urged the country not to carry out any more weapons tests and halt its nuclear and missile programme. Read More »

Police say driver flees burning auto, leaves passenger to die

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When firefighters put out the flames, they found a badly burned woman in the passenger seat. Ahmad, 23, was behind the wheel of an Infiniti sedan early Friday when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a barrier on the westbound side of the Gowanus Expressway in Brooklyn . Read More »

Rajoy sets deadline for Catalonia's leader

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Carles Puigdemont faces a Monday deadline set by the the Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy to clarify if he had declared independence. The move disappointed some of the hard-liners in the secessionist camp. About 2.3 million Catalans — or 43 percent of the region's electorate — voted amid police violence to halt the referendum. The deputy prime minister also said that hotel reservations in Catalonia were now falling 20% to 30%. Read More »

Starting to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan

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The couple was kidnapped in 2012 in Afghanistan while on a backpacking trip. All of their three children were born in captivity. South Block sources, however, remain unfazed by the US President's comments, saying this is the outcome of a familiar pattern, with Pakistan trying to demonstrate "good behaviour" and US being made to believe that Islamabad is serious in its fight against terror. Read More »

Nairobi on lockdown ahead of 'banned' Nasa demo

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Police used tear gas to break up demonstrations that were defying a ban on protests in Kenya's three major cities, including the capital, Nairobi. The opposition coalition, the National Super Alliance (NASA) have been holding weekly protests in major towns across the country to demand the resignation of officials of the polls body who were implicated in electoral malpractices that led to the annulment of the August 8 presidential elections. Read More »

Magic mushrooms could help treat depression by 'rebooting' brain

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Scientists looking at how the brain responds to psilocybin gave 19 patients two doses each one week apart in a study approved by the National Research Ethics Service committee in London. It would seem that during the drug "trip", brain networks went through an initial disintegration that was followed by a re-integration afterwards, when the patients "come down" from the psychedelic. Read More »

Florida Detective Wrangles Up 9-Foot Yellow Anaconda

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He continues to narrate during the clip as he says: "You think he got run-over?" On Wednesday, Detective Emily Shaw responded to the east side of Leon County since she knows how to hand exotic snakes , like the yellow anaconda . She makes it look so easy like she have been doing this all her life. Police said they believed the snake was someone's pet that escaped or was no longer wanted. Read More »

As NEC Announces Provincial Results: CDC, UP Battle Presidency

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In a nationwide radio broadcast from the NEC headquarters Thursday, Chairman Jerome Korkoya said the results are provisional from all the 15 counties and subject to the announcement of the official final results. Weah's main opponent Boakai, is a former head of Liberia's petroleum refinery company and agriculture minister who has served as vice-president under Sirleaf since 2006. Read More »

Michigan Survives vs. IN in 27-20 Overtime Victory

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It was the result of excellent blocking by MI and an bad defensive breakdown by the Hoosiers. He accounted for almost 74 percent of Michigan's rushing yards, so it's safe to say this was his breakout game of 2017 for the Wolverines . This Saturday, Michigan scored first, jumping out to a 3-0 lead at the 6:35 juncture of the first quarter on a 40-yard field goal by Rockford's Quinn Nordin. Read More »