• Shares in gun makers surge after Las Vegas shooting

    Shares in gun makers surge after Las Vegas shooting

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    Kimmel spoke for roughly ten minutes at the top of his show about Sunday's shooting, which killed at least 59 people and injured more than 500. People attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival crouch down as a gunman opens fire from the 32nd floor of a hotel.
  • Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Sentenced to 20 Days in Jail

    Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Sentenced to 20 Days in Jail

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    The Russian opposition politician Aleksei A. Navalny was convicted and sentenced to 20 days in jail by a Russian court on Monday for repeated violation of rules governing public demonstrations - a term long enough for him to miss a major rally he and supporters had scheduled for Saturday.
  • No location of MH370 despite over 1000 days searching: final report

    No location of MH370 despite over 1000 days searching: final report

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    The wife of a passenger onboard the still-missing MH370 flight says the decision to close the investigation into the plane's disappearance means the families have "no closure" and "no peace". The challenge for investigators was the limited amount of data they had to work, with including some aircraft performance information and satellite communication metadata, data found during the underwater search, and long-term drift studies to trace the origin of MH370 debris.
  • Amber Rudd accuses tech giants of 'sneering' at politicians

    Amber Rudd accuses tech giants of 'sneering' at politicians

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    The change doesn't apply to materials viewed only once and a " reasonable excuse " defence would still be available to academics, journalists or others with a legitimate reason to view such materials, Rudd is expected to say. Endless surgeries. Lives ruined. WATCHING streamed terror content on the web will become a criminal offence under a new crackdown unveiled today. The resolution acknowledges May's olive branch on European Union citizens' rights - a promise to write them into United ...
  • Egyptian Businessmen Caught Ordering Weapons from North Korea

    Egyptian Businessmen Caught Ordering Weapons from North Korea

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    The Post cited United States officials and Western diplomats familiar with the findings who remained anonymous. However, the deal was only interrupted after USA intelligence agencies saw the vessel and informed Egyptian authorities, according to current and former US officials and diplomats familiar with the events.
  • EU Needs Clarity From UK Over Brexit Positions: Juncker

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    This will prevent the commission, which negotiates on behalf of the whole European Union , from recommending that European Union leaders approve moving on to talks about Britain's future relationship with the bloc. MEPs later backed the resolution, . They and warned that a "major breakthrough" was now needed to reenergise talks. Observers said decisive progress was highly unlikely.
  • MS children to lose health insurance in April

    MS children to lose health insurance in April

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    If you think about the demographics and income levels of many of those accessing CHIP , many of these parents are working at low wages, and oftentimes don't have health insurance coverage through their employer. What happened next was that Republicans chose to take one last shot at killing ObamaCare with the Cassidy-Graham health-care bill just as CHIP's funding deadline loomed, and the Senate simply didn't have the attention for anything else.
  • These satellite pictures show how Hurricane Maria decimated power on Puerto Rico

    These satellite pictures show how Hurricane Maria decimated power on Puerto Rico

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    Hurricane Maria was the strongest storm to hit Puerto Rico in more than a century and has brought the island's economy, particularly agriculture, to a halt, the Associated Press reported. Navy hospital ship Comfort would arrive in Puerto Rico between Tuesday and Wednesday. Another $7.4 billion is for Community Development Block Grants to help rebuilding efforts and $450 million for the Small Business Administration Disaster Loan program.
  • Cardinals' Markus Golden out for season with torn ACL

    Cardinals' Markus Golden out for season with torn ACL

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    Mike Jurecki of Arizona Sports 98.7 reported the news, noting the "fear" is Golden's injury is a torn ACL or MCL in the right knee. Many players' thoughts were on Golden on Monday. He has played in 35 games for the Cardinals. It's a big blow for the Cardinals' pass rush. "It's good. He knows the offense, he knows what to do, we know Earl", tackle Jared Veldheer said.
  • Injured Bale out of Wales World Cup qualifiers

    Injured Bale out of Wales World Cup qualifiers

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    But the Real manager insists his decision was purely a precautionary measure, declaring the 28-year-old fit for global duty. However, Bale has withdrawn from Wales' contest against Georgia in Tbilisi scheduled for Friday, October 7, and the game against Ireland in Cardiff on October 10.
  • Cops on toes as Amit Shah set to launch Janaraksha Yathra today

    Cops on toes as Amit Shah set to launch Janaraksha Yathra today

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    A senior leader in BJP said, "It was the closed door meeting and no any other person was present there so it is not easy to make any prediction". The BJP president arrived at Mangalore airport early in the morning and reached Rajarajeswara Temple in Kannur by road from Bakel, an official in the party's state media department said.
  • Hadiya case: Supreme Court to examine whether HC can annul marriage

    Hadiya case: Supreme Court to examine whether HC can annul marriage

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    He questioned if the Kerala High Court had exceeded its reach by annulling Hadiya's marriage in May to Shafin Jahan, who had returned to India from the Middle East. Will Your Lordships order NIA probe into it? The Kerala government, which had agreed in the SC to give the probe in favour of the NIA, also came forward wanting to file an affidavit.
  • Honeypreet Insan likely to surrender before court today

    Honeypreet Insan likely to surrender before court today

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    Following this, it is believed that after a long run, Honeypreet Insan is likely to surrender today in front of the court. Honeypreet, 36, against whom a lookout notice and later an arrest warrant was issued by the Haryana Police, told AajTak that allegations levelled against her are not true.
  • Facebook says 10 million United States users saw Russia-linked ads

    Facebook says 10 million United States users saw Russia-linked ads

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    Facebook has turned over more than 3,000 political advertisements that appeared on its platform to congressional investigators examining Russian interference in the U.S. "Enforcement is never ideal, but we will get better at finding and removing improper ads", Kaplan said. "But we know ad targeting can be abused, and we aim to prevent abusive ads from running on our platform", Schrage wrote on Monday.
  • Celebrities express horror and send love to Las Vegas

    Celebrities express horror and send love to Las Vegas

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    The shooter, perched on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, sent more than 22,000 country music fans scrambling for their lives. On " They Don't Know ", the title track of his last album, Aldean again speaks of outsiders who drive past farmers but "ain't seen the blood, sweat and tears it took to live their dreams".
  • Aussie FM Praises Nation's Strict Gun Laws Following Las Vegas Shooting

    Aussie FM Praises Nation's Strict Gun Laws Following Las Vegas Shooting

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    Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo offered new information at a press conference Monday afternoon following the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas . Smith II said in a statement . More than 500 people were injured-some by gunfire, some trampled-in the pandemonium adjacent to the Las Vegas Strip as police scrambled to locate the assailant, Reuters reported.