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Stone noted that the train was travelling at about 110km per hour, which is nearly 70mph, and the same as the speed limit on the Mitchell Freeway, the road they were traveling on. The man will face a trespassing charge under the PTA Act. "In all other instances it generally goes up on Facebook or on the internet, on YouTube after the event", he said.
  • Virginia woman recovering from baby copperhead bite

    Virginia woman recovering from baby copperhead bite

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    Her boyfriend and son quickly stomped on the snake to kill it, before the restaurant manager was alerted and Myrick was rushed to the hospital. At this point, Myrick said all she can do is stay off her foot and recover from the bite. According to the North Carolina State University ecology department, copperhead bites are fairly common, and among the least risky of venomous snake bites, as their bites are rarely fatal.
  • Your view: Will Trump's 'Rocket Man' speech lead us to war?

    Your view: Will Trump's 'Rocket Man' speech lead us to war?

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    Washington, however, is still banking on Beijing's help to get the North to stand down. Trump turned up the heat by reading out Iran's indictment sheet, putting the nuclear deal back on the negotiating table, and praising neighboring Arab allies for their support against terrorism.
  • PM Modi constitutes Economic Advisory Council, Bibek Debroy to be chairman

    PM Modi constitutes Economic Advisory Council, Bibek Debroy to be chairman

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    Other members of the Council include Surjit Bhalla , Rathin Roy, Ashima Goyal and Ratan Watal. Debroy, as the NITI Aayog member, suggested transformational changes to the Indian Railways. The GDP growth slid to a three-year low at 5.7% in June quarter sparking anxious discussions across all sectors. This could be either suo-motu or on reference from the prime minister or anyone else.
  • New UN report details grave human rights violations in Crimea

    New UN report details grave human rights violations in Crimea

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    The report further condemned Moscow's decision to substitute Ukrainian laws with Russian ones, and also to force people to take Russian citizenship. Along with the UN General Assembly, the USA, the European Union and Turkey do not recognize Crimea as Russian territory. Many media outlets have been shut down and all Crimea's 22 congregations of Jehovah's Witnesses have been effectively outlawed, the report said.
  • PM Narendra Modi Wrote A Letter To Ajinkya Rahane

    PM Narendra Modi Wrote A Letter To Ajinkya Rahane

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    The Prime Minister has written personalised letters to iconic celebrities, including inter-faith leaders, industrialists, sportspersons film stars, and other noted personalities to extend their support Swachhata Hi Seva. The mission is bifurcated into sub-missions as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Gramin), under Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Urban), under Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
  • U.S. strikes Islamic State camp in Libya, killing 17

    U.S. strikes Islamic State camp in Libya, killing 17

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    According to the statement, the camp targeted was used by Islamic State forces to move fighters in and out of the country, plot attacks, and stockpile weapons. The airstrikes were believed to be the first in Libya by U.S. forces since U.S. President Donald Trump took office in January. ISIL has shifted to desert valleys and inland hills southeast of Tripoli as it seeks to exploit Libya's political divisions after their defeat in Sirte.
  • Most schools in Mexico City still closed after quake

    Most schools in Mexico City still closed after quake

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    The rescue took place at an apartment building in a southern neighborhood of the capital. It was among thousands of aftershocks recorded in the wake of that earlier quake, the most powerful to hit Mexico in 32 years, which killed at least 90 people.
  • Nation's murder rate rose almost 9% a year ago, Federal Bureau of Investigation data shows

    Nation's murder rate rose almost 9% a year ago, Federal Bureau of Investigation data shows

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    Crime analyst Jeff Asher noted that of the 3,086 more homicides reported by the Federal Bureau of Investigation between 2016 and 2014, the killings in Chicago and Baltimore account for nearly 15 percent of the total increase. Experts, however, called into question whether the increases for 2015 and 2016 would be part of any longer-term trend. Some other cities included in the group's data had smaller increases, including Nashville, which reported 83 homicides, up from 79 the year before, and ...
  • Hammond raises further doubts about May's future as Tory leader

    Hammond raises further doubts about May's future as Tory leader

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    He was asked several times again whether or not he backed May, who told reporters on her tour of Japan she expected to lead the Conservatives into the next election. "I think we owe it to the British people to focus on that job in hand and get us through to a Brexit that is good for Britain and good for Britain's future".
  • How eight MPs slammed Labour for dodging conference Brexit debate

    How eight MPs slammed Labour for dodging conference Brexit debate

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    Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has previously said that under a Labour government Britain would remain in both for a transitional period of two to four years after the official Brexit date in 2019. Though the campaign for single market membership was run by Alison McGovern, the chair of centrist movement Progress , and fellow MP Heidi Alexander, leftwing activists were also prominent voices pushing the pro-Europe motions.
  • Boy, 8, dies from hammer attack after trying to protect younger sister

    Boy, 8, dies from hammer attack after trying to protect younger sister

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    Danae and Dante's grandmother Monique Brown said that Dante was trying to save his sister and that was why he was given the most aggressive beating. According to the Sacramento Bee , Chaney Jr has a long criminal history. Almost a year ago, in October 2016, he pleaded no contest to a charge of failing to register as a sex offender.
  • N Korea, Venezuela Feature in Version 3 of Muslim-Entry Ban

    N Korea, Venezuela Feature in Version 3 of Muslim-Entry Ban

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    The newest ban also bars North Koreans and Venezuelan government officials. "We can not afford to continue the failed policies of the past, which present an unacceptable danger to our country", Trump said in statement. The new travel restrictions are expected to take effect on October 18 and will be indefinite, according to a president's proclamation, in which the White House said has the same force as an executive order.
  • North Korea says Trump declared war

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    North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho speaks outside the U.N. Plaza Hotel, in New York, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. He also said Trump's insults against North Korea and its leader make it "inevitable" that the country's rockets will strike the US mainland.
  • Merkel wins fourth term, hard right gains foothold in Parl: Exit polls

    Merkel wins fourth term, hard right gains foothold in Parl: Exit polls

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    It was the first time, a hard-right nationalist party with so many seats shall enter the German parliament since World War Two. The social democrats of the SPD, Martin Schulz , arrived in second with 20.5% of the vote. Lauder lauded Merkel's record of support for Jews, calling her "a true friend of Israel and the Jewish people". Despite her victory, Merkel and her conservatives can not rule alone, making it probable that the chancellor's political life will be substantially more ...
  • Unilever Buys South Korean Cosmetics Firm for $2.7 Billion

    Unilever Buys South Korean Cosmetics Firm for $2.7 Billion

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    Focusing on the Carver Korea deal, Ed Han, Bain Capital Private Equity managing director, said: "This has been a great opportunity for us to partner with a leading Korean company in an exciting segment of the cosmetics space and to help support its brand, operations and growth around the world".
  • United States enforces travel restrictions for North Korea, Venezuela

    United States enforces travel restrictions for North Korea, Venezuela

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    Countries from the old list that remain on the new version are Iran , Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen . For the last three months, the administration used an executive order to ban foreign nationals from six Muslim-majority countries - Iran, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan - from entering the United States unless they had a "bona fide" relationship with a person or entity in the country.
  • U.S. to do everything to avoid nuclear war with North Korea

    U.S. to do everything to avoid nuclear war with North Korea

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    The joint poll by the Washington Post and ABC News found that only 23 percent of 12-hundred respondents said the US should launch an attack before North Korea can strike America or its allies. financial system. Highlighting the economic option, he pointed out that last week, Trump signed an executive order that allowed the Treasury Department to issue "the most strong sanctions that have ever been done".
  • North Koreans Added to Trump's Prohibition List

    North Koreans Added to Trump's Prohibition List

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    As part of the presidential proclamation signed Sunday, the US will also bar the entry of certain Venezuelan government officials and their immediate families. "I would think the most likely outcome is brand new litigation", Georgetown University law professor Marty Lederman said earlier this week. Reports say the new restrictions will target countries that refuse to share information with the United States.
  • Man Arrested Near White House with Weapons in vehicle

    Man Arrested Near White House with Weapons in vehicle

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    The location is the Old Executive Office Building, part of the White House grounds. According to WTOP , the man told the officers he was headed to the White House and wanted to meet with National Security Agency Director Admiral Mike Rogers and Defense Secretary James Mattis .
  • Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in prison for sexting scandal

    Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in prison for sexting scandal

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    Lawyers for the 53-year-old Weiner have said in court papers that he's undergoing treatment and is profoundly sorry for subjecting the North Carolina high school student to what his lawyers called his "deep sickness". Weiner resigned his seat in Congress in 2011 due to a sexual scandal. Two years later, after Weiner had announced that he was running for New York City mayor, screenshots of sexually explicit messages exchanged by Weiner surfaced as well.