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The governor said he has ordered a probe by state authorities . Florida Health Care Association Executive Director Emmett Reed said in a statement that the state's providers and the entire sector were mourning the residents. The group declined to go into details of the incident, citing the ongoing police investigation . After arriving in Fort Myers, Mr Trump said: "When you think of the incredible power of that storm, and while people unfortunately passed, it was such a small ...
  • DACA, DACA, yes Trump, you hafta

    DACA, DACA, yes Trump, you hafta

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    Senate and House minority leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi responded that the tweet was "not inconsistent with the agreement reached last night", adding, "there was no final deal, but there was agreement". Sen. Charles Schumer offered a personal explanation for the sudden (if not quite nailed down) deal with President Donald Trump on DACA: 'He likes us'.
  • Hurricane Jose continues to meander in the Atlantic

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    Swells generated by Jose were affecting Bermuda, the Bahamas, the northern coasts of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico, and the Southeast coast of the United States, and will spread northward along the Mid-Atlantic coast of the US during the next few days.
  • French President Macron Calls for Lifting Of Qatar Sanctions

    French President Macron Calls for Lifting Of Qatar Sanctions

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    The statement said Macron "expressed his concern over the tensions that threaten regional stability, undermining the political resolution of the crises and our collective fight against terrorism". Kuwait has been trying to mediate the dispute. "We can not solve the problem in public, we must use diplomacy to reach fair results to end the conflict away from public and media attention", Merkel stressed.
  • CBSE issues new safety guidelines - Schools to follow or face derecognition

    CBSE issues new safety guidelines - Schools to follow or face derecognition

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    Get the security safety audit done of their premises and personnel from their respective local police station and follow the security related advice for the safety of school children. Ryan International School, Gurgaon has been given 15 days to reply to the CBSE notice. In its notification on Tuesday, the CBSE said the onus of keeping students safe within schools will "solely lie upon the school authorities".
  • Major Chinese bitcoin exchange stops trading

    Major Chinese bitcoin exchange stops trading

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    He likened it to "tulip bulbs", a notorious market bubble of the 17th century and said that if found any of his employees trading it he would "fire them in a second". The impact of the crackdown sent bitcoin prices falling - with the crypto currency dropping below $3,000 on some exchanges for the first time in a month - but it quickly rebounded and, at the time of writing, it had almost made up the losses.
  • Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan receives India's pleadings to ICJ

    Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan receives India's pleadings to ICJ

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    The court had fixed June 13, September 13 and December 13 as dates for India to file its documents and for Pakistan to file counter-documents. He said ICJ had not rejected the stance of Pakistan and the interim verdict was not a defeat or victory of any country, adding: "India has now submitted its fuller case and we will also do our best to achieve the best outcome in this case".
  • Romanian soldier killed in Taliban attack in Afghanistan

    Romanian soldier killed in Taliban attack in Afghanistan

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    He said "The thoughts and prayers of the entire Resolute Support Mission are with the loved ones of our fallen soldier at this hard time". The three soldiers were part of the 280th Protection Force Infantry Battalion from Focsani, and were in a mission in their area of responsibility.
  • Paradise islands bowled over by Hurricane Irma (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

    Paradise islands bowled over by Hurricane Irma (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

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    Irma could inflict major damage on the fourth-largest U.S. state by population, which is braced for winds well in excess of 100 miles per hour and a huge storm surge that could trigger coastal flooding. Balmy water temperatures along Irma's trajectory ran deep beneath the surface and slightly higher than normal, by as much as a degree Fahrenheit in places, providing ample fuel for the storm's development, scientists said.
  • Gowdy: Comey 'Made Up His Mind' Early on Clinton Charges

    Gowdy: Comey 'Made Up His Mind' Early on Clinton Charges

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    One may well debate whether Mr. Comey's admitted leak violated the law because the memo at issue may qualify as a protected government document, but the fact that he did leak at least one memo is beyond dispute. Director. President Trump picked the person that he wanted. "How far back, whether it was two weeks or two months, quite frankly is immaterial to me".
  • Uttar Pradesh: Watchman arrested for allegedly raping devotee at Mathura temple

    Uttar Pradesh: Watchman arrested for allegedly raping devotee at Mathura temple

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    According to officials, the woman was sleeping in the temple hall on the night of September 11 when the two men allegedly took her by force to a secluded spot within the shrine and raped her. Mamgain told TOI that the police registered a case of gang rape against two accused. The woman was admonished and asked to leave the police station when she first reported the crime to local police station.
  • Confident India Look To Start On Winning Note Against Mighty Australia

    Confident India Look To Start On Winning Note Against Mighty Australia

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    I think it's important for someone in the top four to go on and make a big score. I think we have the guys to do that. It's important in any country. We have got a spinning all-rounder - all-rounders who take the pace off the ball. On whether Australia will promote Travis Head in the opening slot, or keep him at No. 4? "Some of the bowling changes were not that good and I feel Virat Kohli is learning with each and every match and (he) has also the advantage of playing with someone like ...
  • Trump calls May after London terror attack; pledges support

    Trump calls May after London terror attack; pledges support

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    It was not immediately clear who was behind the attack or whether the assailant or assailants had been on the radar of British intelligence, as Mr. Trump suggested . At least 22 people have been injured in the blast, from an improvised bucked bomb, which was triggered with a timer on the District Line train at 8.20am, according to police.
  • Trump speculates about London attack in Tweets

    Trump speculates about London attack in Tweets

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    He referred to his infamous travel ban in his third tweet, saying it should be "larger, tougher and more specific - but stupidly, that would be politically correct!" United Kingdom officials have not said publicly who was behind Friday's attack.
  • Louis police officer found not guilty in 2011 on-duty shooting

    Louis police officer found not guilty in 2011 on-duty shooting

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    However, Smith's family won a $900,000 wrongful-death suit against him in 2016, and evidence released from that suit led to criminal charges of first-degree murder. Louis . In recent years grand juries have declined to charge officers involved in the 2014 fatal shooting of Michael Brown , 18, which set of nights of violent protest in Ferguson, and the choking death of Eric Garner, 43, in NY.
  • Young Immigrants Hopeful Following Trump's Meeting With Democrats

    Young Immigrants Hopeful Following Trump's Meeting With Democrats

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    However, since then the president has expressed empathy for the almost 800,000 young people - many brought to the United States as toddlers or children - who were protected from deportation and given work permits under the program. Democrats continue to oppose wall funding. Trump has recently signaled openness in dealing with Democrats on key issues. It's all because of a deal he made with Democrats in Congress to raise the debt ceiling and to finance the government for three ...
  • UK prime minister slaps down Trump's bombing speculation

    UK prime minister slaps down Trump's bombing speculation

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    At least 29 people were injured in the blast at Parsons Green Tube station in the southwestern part of Britain's capital, though authorities said that none were serious and life-threatening. Must be proactive!", Trump wrote without elaborating. By BBC's count, all five attacks in 2017 have claimed 36 lives. Mr Rowley said detectives were only aware of one device and refused to be drawn on details of the suspects because of the "covert" nature of the operation.
  • Congress flays timing of bullet train launch

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    Uddhav Thackeray's party had dismissed the Rs1.08 lakh crore bullet train project calling it unnecessary and a dream for the wealthy. The Congress party is anxious that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project could push it further behind in the race to win the coming Gujarat elections.
  • Panama verdict: Pakistan SC rejects Sharifs' review petitions (Third Lead)

    Panama verdict: Pakistan SC rejects Sharifs' review petitions (Third Lead)

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    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the review petitions filed by deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his children and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar against the Panama Papers judgment of July 28. The three-judge bench, headed by Justice Gulzar Ahmed, will hear the petition on Sept 18. The by-election on the seat left vacant after Sharif's disqualification by the Supreme Court, will be held on 17 September.