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The referral was apparently made several months ago through Surrey County Council, which was responsible for placing the orphan with the Jones', who have fostered hundreds of children. "He was from North Africa, I think, perhaps Morocco or Algeria, but he had family from Scotland". The husband said: "He seemed a really, really nice chap, we have sat there and had a drink with him, but he didn't drink alcohol".
  • London subway suspects fostered by British couple

    London subway suspects fostered by British couple

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    An unnamed refugee, who is suspected of detonating the improvised explosive device (IED) on a train injuring 30 people last Friday, is believed to be an 18-year-old orphan from Iraq. Police report that the investigation into the bombing has been making rapid progress, and that two suspects have been arrested. Photos published by the Sun newspaper showed a man being detained outside a fast-food restaurant in Hounslow, which was searched by police.
  • Haley: 'Plenty' of military options available for dealing with North Korea

    Haley: 'Plenty' of military options available for dealing with North Korea

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    A new set of United Nations sanctions that even Trump declared a "small step", extensive talks and a rhetorical two-step that leaves them where they have been for years. Though they aren't their top choices for the region, Haley and McMaster said, they are available to the President. He calls on all nations to enforce them and do everything they can to address the threat and prevent war.
  • Small quake rattles nerves, causes no damage in Los Angeles

    Small quake rattles nerves, causes no damage in Los Angeles

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    Pacific time, the USA Today reported . There were no reports of damage. Geological Survey seismologist, told the Los Angeles Times . A map showing the areas which felt the 3.6 natural disaster. A magnitude 6.1 quake has struck off the coast of Japan, United States Geological Survey reports. Locator map of natural disaster in California.
  • School Shooting Reported in Mattoon

    School Shooting Reported in Mattoon

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    Authorities say the situation is under control, but they are still asking for people to avoid the area and keep the phone lines clear. Officers are securing the scene and investigating.
  • No evidence to link London attack directly to militant groups - U.S. sources

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    Police said the search at the Hounslow property had concluded, but two addresses in Surrey and two in Newport were still being combed over by authorities. "We anticipate that the searches will take some days to complete and may cause further disruption", Commander Haydon said. The suspects have not been named officially but the 21- year-old has been identified locally as Syrian refugee Yahyah Faroukh.
  • Man Holding Stick Shot Dead By Oklahoma City Cop

    Man Holding Stick Shot Dead By Oklahoma City Cop

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    He said witnesses had shouted, " he can't hear you " before the officers fired, but the officers did not hear them. He says a witness told one of the officers the address the vehicle had gone to and that Sanchez was on the porch when the officer arrived.
  • Good Samaritan Who Thwarted Starbucks Robbery Faces Possible Lawsuit From Suspect

    Good Samaritan Who Thwarted Starbucks Robbery Faces Possible Lawsuit From Suspect

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    His mother, Pamela Chimienti, said the family does not condone what he allegedly did, but she said Flores should not have been attacked back the way he was. His mother, Pamela Chimenti, said her son nearly died twice in the emergency room from the stab wounds and the family is considering a lawsuit. Flores told the outlet that he was simply trying to get away from Jerri after getting hit over the head and didn't mean to stab him.
  • GOP State Lawmaker Shares Meme Encouraging Cars To Hit Protesters

    GOP State Lawmaker Shares Meme Encouraging Cars To Hit Protesters

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    Some of the comments were supportive, and others were sharply critical. After the post was more widely circulated, the tone of comments turned against DiSanto until she deleted the post Tuesday afternoon. "I am sorry if people took offense to it and perceived my message in any way insinuating support or condoning people being hit by cars", she said, according to the Rapid City Journal .
  • NAB Lahore team raids Ishaq Dar's house

    NAB Lahore team raids Ishaq Dar's house

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    The accountability court, which is hearing the graft cases filed by top anti-graft watchdog National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on September 8 against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his children and Dar, expressed anger at the absence of 67-year-old minister.
  • Soldier injured as Pak violates ceasefire in Keran sector

    Soldier injured as Pak violates ceasefire in Keran sector

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    Reports also stated that a few villagers were also injured in firing by Pakistan troops. The injured were admitted to the Army's 92-Base Hospital at Badami Bagh Cantonment. Paying tributes to the martyred soldier, Indian Army's Northern Command posted on Twitter - "All ranks salute the supreme sacrifice of sepoy Rajesh Khatri in Keran Sector and pay condolences to the family".
  • Florida woman makes 'sexy' plea to get power back after Hurricane Irma

    Florida woman makes 'sexy' plea to get power back after Hurricane Irma

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    But an idea came to her. On Sunday, the real estate agent and mother of one set up a sign with hot-pink letters reading: "Hot single female seeks lineman to electrify her life". "I'm so blessed! Thank you!" "After Hurricane Charlie, I spent two weeks without power but coming out of an organ transplant it's a little more hard.
  • Bali Volcano Threatens to Erupt, Indonesia Raises Alert Level

    Bali Volcano Threatens to Erupt, Indonesia Raises Alert Level

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    According to Head of Information Data Center and Public Relations Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, until now the government and local government continue to make efforts to anticipate the possibility for Mount Agung to erupt. "Volcanoic ash is a really big problem for airlines because if that ash gets into engines, it can shut them down and there has been occurrences where aircraft have lost all their engines after flying through volcanic ash and that's why they take a really cautious approach", he said.
  • No relief to Pintos in Pradhuman murder case

    No relief to Pintos in Pradhuman murder case

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    The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday denied anticipatory bail to the founding chairman of Ryan International Group of Institutions Augustine Pinto, the group's managing director Grace Pinto and their son Ryan Pinto. The Haryana government has sent a written communication, which has been received by the Central government, Additional Chief Secretary, Home, S.S. Prasad said in a statement.
  • Haven't Received Your Marriage Survey Letter? Don't Worry (Yet)

    Haven't Received Your Marriage Survey Letter? Don't Worry (Yet)

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    The Catholic Archbishop of Sydney claims faith-based institutions could have to operate differently and be forced to comply if a "yes" vote is successful in the same-sex marriage survey. Mr Palmer said the ABS would check newly-issued barcodes. Absolutely, it's very straightforward, if there is a "yes" vote, then we'll facilitate a private member's bill to legalise same-sex marriage, and it there's a "no" vote, we won't, that's it, very straightforward.
  • Tom Price Reportedly Spent $60000 on Private Jets Last Week

    Tom Price Reportedly Spent $60000 on Private Jets Last Week

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    In a move that broke with precedent, Price jet set on corporate-style planes to Maine, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, despite the Trump administration's pledge to cut government waste. "This is just another example of fiscal irresponsibility run amok in Congress right now...they've got 24 [planes] right now". "Now we need to cut it from four jets to zero jets".
  • North Korea Is Pushing Its Limits With The Trump Administration

    North Korea Is Pushing Its Limits With The Trump Administration

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    USA ambassador to UN, Nikki Haley has issued a stern warning to defiant North Korea led by Kim Jong Un stating that Pyongyang will be destroyed if it continues its "reckless behavior". "What we are seeing is they continue to be provocative, they continue to be reckless". The North's latest show of resistance came when it launched a long-range missile over Japan on Friday, just four days after the UN Security Council had passed a tough new package of sanctions.
  • Saudi King orders $15 million aid for Rohingya refugees

    Saudi King orders $15 million aid for Rohingya refugees

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    Kuala Lumpur: As thousands of Rohingya Muslims flee persecution in their country, an worldwide peoples tribunal on alleged atrocities and state crimes against the Rohingya , Kachins and other ethnic minority groups in Myanmar began its hearing from Monday in Malaysia.