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12 killed in Egypt train accident


Footage broadcast on state television showed one train had partly keeled over in the crash, and medics were seen moving the dead and injured to ambulances. Observers attribute such crashes to old equipment, poor maintenance and state incompetence. In August, two passenger trains collided just outside Alexandria, killing 43 people. Read More »

Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (BUD) Stake Increased by Ironwood Investment Counsel LLC


The rating was maintained by Sterne Agee CRT with "Buy" on Thursday, September 17. The rating was upgraded by Citigroup on Monday, March 14 to "Buy". Jefferies maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Friday, July 28 report. "We have also adopted a new way of looking at the beer category that recognises different market maturities and the role of brand portfolios in driving category growth". Read More »

World's earliest figural tattoos revealed by British Museum


The oldest tattoos were once thought to belong to a South American Chinchorro mummy who had a moustache-like design inked on his face. A wild bull and a mysterious "S" motif imprinted on the bodies of two 5,000 year-old Egyptian mummies in the British Museum are the oldest figural tattoos in the world, new research has found. Read More »

Canadian speed skating not quite back on track despite 2 Olympic medals


The detente achieved through the Olympic connections between North and South Korea fits the longtime goals of the South's president, Moon Jae-in, who has advocated engagement with Kim Jong Un's Pyongyang regime. The Russian not only became the first curler to test positive for performance enhancing drugs, but jeopardized his country's chances of being reinstated before the end of the Pyeongchang Games. Read More »

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Mascots Unveiled


The still-to-be-named mascots enjoyed support of 109,401 kids, besting rivals with 61,423 votes and 35,291 votes, respectively. The Mascot has a strong sense of justice, and is very athletic. The yet-to-be named mascots for the Olympic and Paralympic games, were selected by schoolchildren across mascot-mad Japan. The one-eyed characters were dubbed "bizarre" and "creepy" by some, reportedly sending shares in their manufacturer down by more than a third. Read More »

Police arrest 3 men over blast that killed 5 people


Sunday's blast caused the collapse of a building which housed a shop and a two-story apartment. Mary Ragoobar, 46, and sons Shane, 18, and Sean, 17, lived in the flat above the shop. "We acknowledge that the awful events of Sunday night in Hinckley Road have attracted significant public, political and media interest", a spokesperson said. Read More »

School safety bill to take center stage for state capitol


It also raises the age to purchase an assault rifle from 18 to 21. After the Senate subcommittee session Monday, disappointed demonstrators in orange shirts who are pushing for gun safety pointed their fingers at the lawmakers and chanted "shame" and "vote them out". Read More »

Chargesheet against 12 in Kamala fire

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Mar 01: The Maharashtra Government on Thursday submitted suggestions of names for the inquiry committee to the Bombay High Court, in connection with the Kamala Mills fire that claimed 14 lives. "A supplementary chargesheet will be filed later for the remaining accused". The curator of the replica, Sumit Pendharkar, said, "In this year's Holi, I want to convey a message that we should not consume hookah as it has caused the fire in Kamala Mills, which took ... Read More »

DCU top Irish university for Communications and Media Studies

The rankings are based on academic reputation, research citations and impact, and employer reputation, gathering responses from more than 170,000 academics and 158,000 employers. The University of Waikato had 13 disciplines ranked in the top 300. The result is "an accolade for our academics, who are carrying out groundbreaking research" he said. Read More »

XCOM-inspired Mutant Year Zero


Extreme climate change, global economic crises, a lethal pandemic, and increasing tension between old and new superpowers causes the destruction of the planet. The duck is named Dux and he's a crossbow-wielder; the pig is named Bormin and we just know that he has "serious anger issues". It's now in development by Bearded Ladies - a team including Hitman veterans and Executive Producer Ulf Andersson, who is best known for the Payday series. Read More »

Paul Manafort pleads not guilty to new charges; trial date set


During a hearing in federal court in Washington , D.C., U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson set a September 17 date for Manafort's trial. However, since that plea, Gates has begun cooperating with the special counsel and on Tuesday, Mueller dropped the charges, per a Politico report . Read More »

Macedonia to solve name dispute with Greece in "dignified way": spokesman


The suggestions were released by Macedonia's President Zoran Zaev during a summit on the Western Balkans in London. Bosnjakovski said that Zaev never mentioned that the constitution could undergo slight changes. The protesters demanded an end to ongoing talks between Macedonia's government and their Greek counterparts aimed at solving the 25-year dispute. Previously, the Macedonian government has renamed a main road in the country name of Alexander the great on a new name Prijatelstvo, ... Read More »

DeVos launches probe into MSU's handling of Nassar allegations


One of the biggest changes the Protecting Michigan's Children bills would make is to extend the criminal and civil statues of limitations for childhood sexual abuse. But he said after he helped a man receive a settlement from the Diocese of Lansing about a decade ago, three or four dozen men and women from across MI reached out with accusations against the Catholic Church but were barred from suing due to the time limit. Read More »

31 construction workers cash out in historic lottery


Five of the workers have chosen to retire immediately. 26 of the 31 workers say they are planning to return to work, Lee Hickey says the union members are a committed bunch of workers who are going to finish what they started. She first thought they were calling for bad news, until she was told to check their tickets. One victor said she was shaking after realizing they had the winning numbers, which was confirmed when she went to the local gas station to check the ticket. Read More »

Sereno says sorry for confusion over indefinite leave


Thirteen Supreme Court (SC) justices arrived at a consensus, stating that Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno should take an indefinite leave of absence. This indefinite leave is not a resignation. Sereno apologized for the confusion over her leave even but insisted she will not resign, adding she will devote the time to prepare for her defense in the impeachment trial and work on the cases in her docket. Read More »

Hit-and-run case: suspended BJP leader surrenders


Manoj who is accused of mowing down nine school children, has been admitted in Patna medical college hospital here as he had suffered multiple injuries after the accident. Officials said Baitha, who had stitches inside his mouth, was unable to speak to the police to give his account of the accident. A FIR was lodged on Monday against Baitha on the statement of Mohammad Ansari, whose five grandchildren were killed in the accident. Read More »

Trump Picks San Antonian As 2020 Re-Election Campaign Manager


Prior to serving on the Trump campaign, the 42-year-old also worked for the Trump organization by helping to build websites for Trump Winery and The Eric Trump Foundation. Parscale has been tapped to serve as the president's campaign manager after previously heading digital operations for the 2016 campaign. Read the full Associated Press investigation here. Read More »

Proposal To Strengthen School Protections Passes Mississippi Senate Committee


Some parents and teachers reacted sharply against the proposal. "It will be a problem and not a solution". President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association support such measures. "Our state is already facing a critical teacher shortage and I'm afraid this is going to only heighten our teacher shortage". School employees would have to receive 12 hours of training every two years from the Mississippi Department of Public Safety. Read More »

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to Trump: More listening, less tweeti


Inslee told the president, "We need a little less Tweeting, a little more listening". "I have listened to biology teachers, and they don't want to do that at any percentage". "So I just suggest we need a little less tweeting and a little more listening and let's just take that off the table and move forward". Trump was alluding to Texas' existing program to train and arm "school marshals" - school officials who are trained to respond to active shooters, but have to keep their guns in a ... Read More »

Prosecutor Blames Cell Phone Use, Speeding in Bus Driver Fatal Crash Trial


Prosecutors have charged Walker with 34 crimes, including six counts of vehicular homicide, seven counts of assault and 18 counts of reckless aggravated assault. He said he did get a brief phone call from a co-worker while on the route, but said he took it on hands-free Blue Tooth and it lasted only a few seconds. Read More »

Iran: Vetoed resolution another failure for US


Eleven of the 15 states on the council voted in favor of the condemnation, however, Russian Federation was able to veto the resolution with its vote as it is one of the five permanent member of the Security Council. A Saudi-led military coalition allied with Yemen's government is the only party known to conduct air raids over areas controlled by Yemen's Houthi rebels. Read More »

Bonzie Colson: Flirts with double-double in return


Matt Farrell and T.J. Gibbs each finished with 14 points to lead the Irish. Colson played 21 minutes and scored his 12 points on 6-of-10 shooting. The senior class became the first team in program history to reach triple figures in the win column over its four years at Notre Dame , notching the 100th win. Read More »

'Murphy Brown' Cast Members on Board For Reboot


Today, the network announced Faith Ford , Grant Shaud , and Joe Regalbuto have joined the upcoming Murphy Brown revivial. Charles Kimbrough , who played veteran news anchor Jim Dial, will not be back on the series. When Murphy Brown returns for the 2018-2019 broadcast season, it will return to deal with the new world of cable news, social media, fake news and a very different political and cultural climate. Read More »

Boeing Co (BA) Shares Sold by Envestnet Asset Management Inc

Mackenzie Financial Corp now owns 120,888 shares of the aircraft producer's stock worth $30,731,000 after acquiring an additional 51,760 shares in the last quarter. (NYSE:TJX) rating on Wednesday, November 15. Boeing has an average rating of "Buy" and an average target price of $357.77. The company was initiated on Friday, December 16 by BMO Capital Markets. Read More »

Rwanda shuts down 714 churches over noise pollution, safety issues


But a new law plans to make it more hard to start a new church by requiring leaders to have theological training before opening a church. In an interview on Monday, Kangwagye said most of the affected places of worship were asked to halt operations until they meet the expected standards. Read More »

IN governor to sign Sunday booze bill


With a few pen strokes and an exclamation of "cheers", Governor Eric Holcomb marked what he calls a historic day for Indiana. So will the governor exercise the new right this Sunday? Some Sunday sales were allowed for travelers during the 1800s, but that practice was banned in the 1850s. Read More »

NY Senate Dems Try To Force Floor Vote On Gun Control


The gun control bills would have banned bump stocks and created more effective background checks. They also permit a judge to limit a person's access to guns if they are deemed likely to harm themselves or others, known as the Extreme Risk Protection Order. Read More »

Gov. Murphy to Establish New Economic Council


New data from Gov. Phil Murphy's administration shows the average New Jersey property tax bill rose less than 2 percent past year. Over the past eight years, New Jersey's economic performance has consistently lagged behind competitor states in median household income, job growth, and GDP growth, according to the executive order . Read More »

Analyze The Analyst's Considerable Ratings: Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (MIC), Exxon Mobil Corporation


Exxon Mobil Co. The company has a market capitalization of $332,190.00, a PE ratio of 24.28, a P/E/G ratio of 1.05 and a beta of 0.82. The company saw 12,765,144 shares trade hands over the course of the day. BMO Capital Markets maintained the stock with "Hold" rating in Monday, May 1 report. The rating was maintained by Morgan Stanley with "Underweight" on Wednesday, January 24. Read More »

Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE:PG) Shares Sold by BB&T Securities LLC

About 43.62M shares traded or 27.36% up from the average. FS Investment Corporation (NYSE:FSIC) has risen 1.01% since February 28, 2017 and is uptrending. Its down 0.12, from 0.94 in 2017Q2. It is negative, as 51 investors sold PG shares while 765 reduced holdings. North Star Asset Management reported 22,467 shares. Read More »

Accused serial killer Bruce McArthur to make court appearance


For example, Saunders saying in December investigators didn't have evidence pointing to a serial killer is a far cry from concluding there was no serial killer. Saunders added in his statement that he wanted everyone, "particularly the community" to understand the intent of the discussion with the Globe and Mail . Read More »