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Rajasthan: Baby split in half, head left in womb during delivery

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While delivering the child, one of the nurses was said to have "pulled so hard" that the baby was split into two parts last January 6 in a community health center in Ramgarh , reports The Hindustan Times . They later lied to the gynaecologist at Jodhpur Umaid Hospital that they had finished the delivery. Tilok Bhati, the father, claimed that the Ramgarh hospital staff were inebriated and misbehaved with them. Read More »

U.S. bus driver rescues child found wandering barefoot

In the annotated video from the Milwaukee County Transit System uploaded to YouTube, viewers see Ivic-Drobnjak cradle the child as a young female passenger offers her coat and the two bundle the baby up. Authorities say the child was cold and frightened, but otherwise OK. The baby's mother had left it alone outside after suffering a reported mental health episode. Read More »

Malta reaches deal for 49 stranded migrants to disembark

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Malta now cleared the way for them to disembark. Germany expects to take in 60 migrants who were already in Malta or are about to arrive there under an agreement to defuse the latest standoff over rescue ships in the Mediterranean Sea. "This represents a confession of state failure, policy must not be made at the expense of people in distress", the NGO said. European Union border agency Frontex says about 57,000 migrant crossings were detected past year in Spain, twice as many as during ... Read More »

Poland charges Huawei manager and Pole with spying for China

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Local media identified the firm as Huawei Technologies Co and said the suspect was the sales director of its office in Poland. And in December, Huawei's CFO was arrested by Canadian police, amid allegations she broke sanctions on selling equipment to Iran - something the firm again denied. Read More »

Trump closer to declaring emergency; 800000 won't get paid

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Trump was consulting with White House attorneys and allies about using presidential emergency powers to take unilateral action to construct the wall over the objections of Congress. Visiting a border patrol station in McAllen, Trump viewed tables piled with weapons and narcotics. The White House has said Trump would veto the bills if they made it to his desk. Read More »

Winter Storm Watch Friday Night, Saturday

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Friday until 6 p.m. Saturday. The steadiest snow is most likely late Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. Light snow accumulation appears possible north and west of Raleigh with amounts ranging from a dusting to as much as 2 inches, the highest possibly near the Virginia border. Read More »

US Military Official Says Troop Withdrawal From Syria Has Begun

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American troops sent to help with the pullout are reportedly already in the region, specifically in Kuwait and the al-Asad air base in Iraq. Analysts argued it would be wrong for Trump to abandon USA allies the Kurds, who have been instrumental in fighting ISIS, because Turkey would likely launch an attack against them. Read More »

Wisconsin teenager missing since October, has been found alive; suspect in custody

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He said the girl had been found in the town of Gordon, about 100 kilometres north of Barron, where she had lived with her parents. We promised to bring Jayme home and tonight we get to fulfill that promise . Sheriff Fitzgerald also says that " This case has been very trying on the family so please respect their privacy and we reunite them later tonight ". Read More »

Man in Australia arrested over suspicious consulate packages

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Australian police arrested a man after 38 suspicious packages containing a possibly hazardous substance were sent to foreign consulates in the Australian cities of Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney . Taiwan's representative office in Melbourne, Australia, received a suspicious package on January 9, alongside 37 other packages sent to consulates and embassies across Australia. Read More »

Jaguar Land Rover to cut workforce by 4500

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The cuts, representing roughly 10 per cent the company's workforce, are part of a $3.2 billion (2.5 billion-pound) push announced a year ago to reduce costs and boost cash flow through 2020. "Britain's auto workers have been caught in the crosshairs of the Government's botched handling of Brexit, mounting economic uncertainty and ministers' demonisation of diesel, which along with the threat of a no-deal Brexit, is damaging consumer confidence". Read More »

Second Suspect Charged in the Shooting Death of Jazmine Barnes

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Both men are black. Tuesday's arrest came as Jazmine's funeral was held - her family opted for an open coffin before the ceremony at a Houston church. But while the latter quickly admitted to his involvement in the drive-by attack, Woodruffe was initially booked into the Harris County Jail on felony drug possession pending further investigation, officials said. Read More »

[LISTEN] Parent horrified at alleged racism at NW school

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This was not the first time children have been subjected to racism in the country's schools. My suggestion? This school must be shut down, the parents of those learners in the corner must get a formal apology and the teacher must be fired! Ironically, like Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke, the reason for this was attached to the learners' language identity. Read More »

Ala. Sen. Murkowski calls for government to reopen while negotiations continue

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The act is part of a wider Middle East policy bill, the first to be introduced by Senate Republicans in the new Congress which began on January. Marco Rubio's measure, called the " Combatting BDS Act ". In support of Israel, Rubio's bills would affirm the legal authority of state and local governments to restrict contracts and take other actions against those "engaged in BDS conduct". Read More »

Man accused of stealing $10M lottery ticket from roommate

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The Lottery investigator invited Saosongyang to their Sacramento District Office to collect his winnings. The next day, his suspicions were confirmed when his roommate, identified as 35-year-old Adul Saosongyang , attempted to cash in the winning ticket at the same Sacramento office. Read More »

Cryptocurrency ransom sought after suspected kidnapping of Norwegian woman

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The police have also recommended the family not to pay the ransom that was requested in exchange for the promise that she would be released. He said police had no suspects so far. Police have been "on the case for several weeks". Chief police investigator Tommy Broeske said one of the men was seen walking on a road before turning around and going back down the road immediately. Read More »

Muslim youth group cleans up national parks while government remains shut down

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Republican Sen. Steve Daines of Montana warned Interior Secretary David Bernhardt on Saturday of "significant risk to property and public health" without funding. "The Department of Interior is very likely violating appropriations law, " said Representative Betty McCollum, Democrat of Minnesota and the new chair of the House Appropriations subcommittee on interior, environment and related agencies. Read More »

Surprise Winner Of Congolese Election Is An Opposition Leader

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Democratic Republic of Congo Opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi . The outright annulment of the 30 December election remains less likely, despite Kabila's chosen successor candidate ( Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary ) having probably lost heavily in the presidential vote, due to the mass anti-government protests this would likely spark. Read More »

Kim Jong Un heads home via train after two-day Beijing visit

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The report came as Kim returned to Pyongyang after a trip to China, where he held talks with Xi and visited an economic development area in Beijing . Xi strongly supported Kim's meeting with Trump and hoped the two will find common ground, adding that China is ready to play a "positive" and "constructive" role in the process. Read More »

Malaysia probes claim China offered to bail out 1MDB

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The documents reportedly show that "Chinese officials told visiting Malaysians that China would use its influence to try to get the USA and other countries to drop their probes of allegations that allies of then-Prime Minister Najib Razak and others plundered the fund known as 1MDB". Read More »

Rod Rosenstein set to leave U.S. Justice Department

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Ahead of Barr's Senate confirmation hearing next week, top Justice Department officials have sought to downplay his previous argument that the president can't be investigated for obstructing justice. Whitaker also was critical or skeptical about the special counsel investigation. Rod Rosenstein , who appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate Russian meddling in the US presidential election, is expected to leave the Justice Department after a new attorney general is ... Read More »

Power of SA passport continues to drop in global ranking

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Belgians, Canadians and Greeks can also go to 184 countries without a visa. Germany and France remain in third place, while the United Kingdom and the United States also stayed put, ranking sixth on the list with visa free access to 185 countries. Read More »

Suspicious packages sent to consulates in Melbourne

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The Australian Federal Police ( AFP ) are investigating after suspicious packages were delivered to global consulates and embassies across Melbourne and Canberra . Officials at the USA and British consulates separately confirmed suspicious packages had been received. Addresses for the events include Market Street, Bourke Street, Middleton Lane, William Street, and St Kilda Road in Melbourne , Elgin Street at Carlton, and Yertchuk Avenue at Ashwood. Read More »

Australia to 'consider' Saudi woman's asylum plea

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Saudi's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that its embassy in Bangkok was in contact with the father "as it's the Embassy's role to inform him on her situation and the date of her return". Activists say Saudi Arabia is one of the most repressive countries to women in the world and forbids females from obtaining a passport, traveling overseas or marrying without a male guardian's permission. Read More »

Caught on Camera: Man licks doorbell for hours

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That's 180 minutes of straight licking. On the night of the incident, the homeowners, the Dungans , were out of town - but their kids were inside, sleeping, blissfully unaware of the unlawful activity going on at their front door. Arroyo reportedly went to a neighbor's house as well. Police said he also was caught on video appearing to urinate on the front lawn, according to KION . Read More »

Woman dies after getting trapped in clothing donation bin

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A 34-year-old man died after becoming trapped in a bin in West Vancouver in December, while a 32-year-old in Ontario died in similar circumstances in November. Chu said there are no enforcement plans to make the organizations comply with the city's request, but he doesn't anticipate any problems. Once a person's motions are detected, he said the system would alert emergency crews. Read More »

Russian Lawyer At Trump Tower Meeting Charged For Obstruction Of Justice

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According to an indictment unsealed on Tuesday, Natalia Veselnitskaya was charged with obstructing justice by filing a misleading statement in the money laundering case, which was settled in 2017. She has previously denied working on behalf of the Russian government. Magnitsky was imprisoned and ultimately beaten to death while in custody. "The evidentiary basis for the case seems strong, but the question is: is this a case that would have been brought had she not been a Russian who ... Read More »

Former Uber driver pleads guilty in deadly 2016 shooting spree

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Jason Dalton, 48, was charged with six counts of murder over the 2016 weekend shooting spree in and around Kalamazoo , in the U.S. state of MI. Jason Dalton (48) was charged with 16 counts, including six counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder after his almost five-hour shooting spree on February 20, 2016 in Kalamazoo, about 240km west of Detroit. Read More »

'Citizenship Amendment Bill' passage marked by violent bandh in Assam

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Indigenous people from the state of Assam feel that immigrants who are already eating into their limited resources and rights will benefit further once they are legitimized by citizenship. "The Left Parties, the Congress and many other parties would strongly oppose the bill". CoHSO Chairman Robertjune Kharjahrin said the Citizenship Amendment Bill was a threat not only to the indigenous tribals in the NorthEast but a national security threat as well. Read More »

British government concerned after Russian Federation detains United Kingdom citizen on espionage charges

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Whelan's Russian attorney has said that his client is expected to be in a Russian prison until the end of February, but he is hoping Whelan will be granted bail. He has dozens of Russian friends on Russian social media site VKontakte. Zherebenkov said he has seen absolutely no evidence indicating otherwise, and added that Whelan is in a "very hopeful" mood. Read More »

Hackers release private data of hundreds of German lawmakers and journalists

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The information that was leaked includes full names, addresses, personal letters and ID cards, but also credit card details and mobile phone numbers, according to ARD TV and rbb. Beyond politicians, the leak also exposed the private data of celebrities and journalists, including chats and voicemail messages from spouses and children of those targeted . Read More »