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The couple infamously "pranked" 10-year-old Cody and 11-year-old Emma , Michael's children from another relationship, by smashing things and screaming at them until they cried or ran away. Hall and her attorney Tim Conlon attended the hearing Monday, and Conlon said the biological mother is disappointed with the final sentence. Under the plea agreement, the Martins can not have any contact with the children or their biological mother unless approved by a court.
  • Accountability court summons Nawaz Sharif on Sept 11

    Accountability court summons Nawaz Sharif on Sept 11

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    During the hearing larger bench observed the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report showed that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif did receive salary from Dubai based Capital FZE company. As per reports, accountability court judge Mohammad Bashir has directed Dar to appear on September 20 by issuing a notice to him at his residential address in Lahore.
  • Spain Calls Catalan Mayors for Questioning on Independence Vote

    Spain Calls Catalan Mayors for Questioning on Independence Vote

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    Speaking to AFP, the Catalan tennis player Rafael Nadal has come out in support of unity with Spain, while Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola supports the legitimacy of the referendum. "If anyone urges you to go to a polling station, don't go, because the referendum can't take place, it would be an absolutely illegal act", Rajoy said.
  • I Was 'Dumbfounded' By Comey's Intervention — Clinton

    I Was 'Dumbfounded' By Comey's Intervention — Clinton

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    Over the past ten months, many Americans, regardless of how they voted, have contemplated what life would have looked like if Hillary Clinton had been elected President on November 8, 2016. And women voters who might have been on the fence decided not to vote for Clinton. Elections are a unique moment in time and re-creating the circumstances surrounding them is impossible.
  • Russian Federation launches war games on NATO's eastern flank

    Russian Federation launches war games on NATO's eastern flank

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    Some members of the alliance, including the Baltic States and Poland have questioned Moscow's real intentions and said the number of troops involved could be much higher than official figures. Kiev and the West have accused Russian Federation of buttressing the rebels and sending in regular troops across the border, claims Moscow has repeatedly denied.
  • Irma Leaves About 65% of Florida Utility Customers in the Dark

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    As the storm moved to Atlanta Monday, it caused outages for more than a million customers across Georgia. As Tropical Storm Irma pushed out of Northwest Florida Monday, Gulf Power crews continued to respond to customer outages and planned to join many other utilities to deploy crews to help rebuild and restore power to those areas in the southeast hardest hit by the massive storm.
  • Stop using pellet guns in J&K, Amnesty tells govt

    Stop using pellet guns in J&K, Amnesty tells govt

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    The report comes just two days after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh admitted in Srinagar that Pelargonic Acid Vanillyl Amide (PAVA) guns introduced to replace pellet shotguns had "failed to yield desired results". Wani said. "Many others show symptoms of psychological trauma, and all of them face every day struggles of dealing with the darkness that has descended on their lives, of having to let go of small pleasures, and of preparing for hard futures".
  • Turkey warns Arbil to avoid emotional statements

    Turkey warns Arbil to avoid emotional statements

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    Sadr indicated that other Arab states feared that the Iraqi Kurdistan's independence referendum might trigger similar acts outside Iraq and lead to unmanageable processes in the Middle East. Iraqi Foreign Ministry's Spokesman Ahmed Gamal said in a statement that the Arab League council unanimously adopted a resolution refusing Kurdistan independence referendum, the report said.
  • UP: 19 drown after boat carrying 60 people capsizes in Yamuna

    UP: 19 drown after boat carrying 60 people capsizes in Yamuna

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    The boat was reportedly carrying more people than it could accommodate. On getting the information, police reached the spot and started the rescue operation. In another incident, six people died after drowning in river Ganga, in Bihar's Maranchi district. Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has expressed grief over the deaths in boat capsize tragedy and announced a compensation of 3,121 U.
  • Rohingya tragedy marks death of Nobel Peace Prize says Ayatollah Khamenei

    Rohingya tragedy marks death of Nobel Peace Prize says Ayatollah Khamenei

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    On Wednesday Myanmar's presidential spokesman Zaw Htay said 176 villages were abandoned and some residents had fled from at least 34 other villages. The problem is that neither the Bangladesh government nor its people are willing to accept them as their own. The government brands Rohingya, who now make up around one million of the total 50-million population, illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and denies them citizenship.
  • Fanged creature found on beach after Hurricane Harvey

    Fanged creature found on beach after Hurricane Harvey

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    Being found American Preeti Desai , who posted photographs of the dead being in social networks, to find out his views. The lump is believed to have been some kind of eel - but with its teeth showing in one image, it has the appearance of a deep sea creature that should have no business being near the surface.
  • Democrats to Special Counsel Mueller: We Have Evidence Michael Flynn Broke Law

    Democrats to Special Counsel Mueller: We Have Evidence Michael Flynn Broke Law

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    Federal investigators are apparently examining the younger Flynn over work he did for his father's lobbying firm, which has been a central focus of the inquiry into the retired general. His firm was paid $530,000 by the Justice Department a year ago for its work with the Turkish government. The elder Mike Flynn worked at the White House briefly as the president's national security adviser.
  • Polk County added to FEMA list, here's step-by-step instructions

    Polk County added to FEMA list, here's step-by-step instructions

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    Both those seeking individual assistance and those seeking business loans should document and photograph all storm-related damage to include in their applications. Small businesses and most private nonprofit organizations in the following adjacent counties are eligible to apply only for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans: Alachua , Baker , Bradford , Desoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Marion , Martin , Nassau , Okeechobee , Pasco, Polk, and Volusia in Florida .
  • Death toll in Florida increases to 12

    Death toll in Florida increases to 12

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    The airport remained operational, with flights taking off and landing. The order allows local authorities to determine when residents may return home. Traffic flowed easily on normally jammed Atlanta highways. CNBC reports further word from Long, who said , "Basically every house in the Keys was impacted".
  • Experts urge Trump not to abandon Iran nuclear deal

    Experts urge Trump not to abandon Iran nuclear deal

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    In a joint statement, the experts said the 2015 agreement, negotiated by the Obama administration and the governments of Britain, China, France, Germany and Russian Federation, was a "net plus for global nuclear nonproliferation efforts". However, he understood that Trump may not be so keen on that option and suggested that the United States could curb the Regime without ending the deal by simply certifying Iran as noncompliant with the nuclear deal at the October deadline.
  • Paul Ryan: 'Not in our nation's interest' to kick out Dreamers

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    Pelosi and her lieutenants had requested a meeting with Ryan shortly after Trump chose to end the DACA program in March of next year unless Congress can resolve the issue. "The House will begin with the bill and we will continue to have work to do after the framework is laid out", Brady told reporters. "We want to see if we can do something in a bipartisan fashion so that we can solve the DACA problem and other immigration problems".
  • Corea del Nord: Onu approva nuove sanzioni

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    Vuole una Corea del Nord senza atomica, ma non una Corea del Nord che cambia regime perché questo vorrebbe dire la riunificazione delle due Coree e l'esercito americano ai suoi confini. Il premier sudcoreano Lee Nak-yon si è detto soddisfatto per il "consenso" espresso dalla comunità internazionale sulle sanzioni . Chiaro dunque che la Cina non vuole la guerra e a tal fine ha tentato con sempre maggiori difficoltà di mediare tra le forze in campo, spingendo per una politica di ...
  • Congress urges Trump to condemn Charlottseville violence, White supremacy

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    The House on Tuesday unanimously approved a bipartisan joint resolution from Virginia lawmakers, and presented the resolution for Trump's signature, in an effort to secure a firmer denunciation of racist extremist, by the President. A White House spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday evening on whether Trump intends to sign the resolution. The authors of the legislation purposefully introduced it as a joint resolution, which is sent for a president's ...
  • Huckabee Sanders Blasts Clinton's Excuses for Losing — BEASTMODE

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    In private conversations, Trump's also been known to blurt out "I'm not under investigation" without anyone asking him about the probes, Politico reported in June . President Donald Trump plans to visit storm-stricken Florida on Thursday, the White House said, his third such trip to a weather devastated state after a spate of violent USA weather.