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Two people were killed in northern Germany on Thursday as fierce winds toppled trees onto cars, while the intense storm also forced the cancellation of many train services. Hundreds of people were stranded as their trains were canceled in the capital. "According to the weather service of the country, heavy winds would continue in northern Germany".
  • Indian Navy's Special Commandos Save Ship From Pirates In Gulf Of Aden

    Indian Navy's Special Commandos Save Ship From Pirates In Gulf Of Aden

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    In a statement, the Indian Navy said that the merchant vessel had called for assistance in the afternoon, after which guided missile frigate INS Trishul , deployed on anti-piracy duty in the Gulf of Aden, responded. Twelve suspected pirates in one skiff, grapnel and ladders have also been recovered. Two days before Friday's engagement, Trishul wrapped up a series of exercises with EU NAVFOR, the European Union's anti-piracy mission in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.
  • Danish police find missing body parts of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

    Danish police find missing body parts of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

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    On August 10, Swedish female journalist Kim Wall (30), Danish researcher Peter Madsen, went on to interview with his own built-in private submarine, ' Nautilus ', and n disappeared. Madsen remains in prison while the investigation continues. Self-taught engineer and inventor Peter Madsen, 46, has been accused of Wall's death, with prosecutors saying he dismembered her body before throwing it overboard.
  • Bengaluru: Speeding truck crushes auto, four students dead

    Bengaluru: Speeding truck crushes auto, four students dead

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    Mandya: Four medical college students including two women were killed on the spot when a speeding truck hit their auto on the Mysuru-Bengaluru Highway this morning. While two of them are students of Rajarajeshwari Medical College in Bengaluru , the rest were students from a college in Tamil Nadu. Their bodies are now at the Rajarajeshwari Medical College in Bengaluru , the officier said.
  • Thousands mourn after Tennessee man dies saving wife from bullet

    Thousands mourn after Tennessee man dies saving wife from bullet

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    One was critically injured while the other is stable. "I didn't want to do this [interview] at all but I did not want the negative person to outshine the souls that were lost", Melton added. This photo provided by Marissa Nino shows a spring, 2017 self-portrait by her cousin Karessa Royce, 22, bottom, and her friend Pam Rios in Las Vegas .
  • New governor Banwarilal Purohit promises to keep office above politics

    New governor Banwarilal Purohit promises to keep office above politics

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    Purohit also said he would wholeheartedly support the government for development activities and promised to ensure that more funds were provided to Tamil Nadu. "I will see that the administration is total transparency in administration, cleanness". "According to protocol, after the Ministers, the Leader of Opposition has to greet".
  • Sasikala granted five-day parole

    Sasikala granted five-day parole

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    The emergency parole was granted under several conditions, that restrict Sasikala from entertaining any visitors or indulging in any political activity.Sasikala was released around 3pm on Friday. Sasikala has been lodged in a Bengaluru prison since February 2017 after being convicted in a disproportionate assets case. The parole comes at a time when she and her nephew Dhinakaran have been totally sidelined by the unified AIADMK led by CM Palanisami and Deputy CM O Panneerselvam.
  • 34 sentenced to life imprisonment for Erdogan assassination attempt

    34 sentenced to life imprisonment for Erdogan assassination attempt

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    One defendant, a former lieutenant-colonel, was acquitted. In their final statements, several of the defendants said that they doubted whether the court could give a fair verdict owing to political pressure. The placard reads: 'We want execution!'. Erdogan has previously said he would be willing to restore the death penalty if parliament passed such a measure.
  • PM Narendra Modi arrives in Dwarka on two day visit

    PM Narendra Modi arrives in Dwarka on two day visit

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    It will be PM Modi's third visit to the state in a month's time. He will travel from Dwarka to Bharuch, laying foundation stones & inaugurating a number of projects. "Considering your contribution to social causes in the past I shall appeal to you to stop the younger generation from going astray", the Prime Minister said.
  • Las Vegas Police 'Confident That There Was Not Another Shooter'

    Las Vegas Police 'Confident That There Was Not Another Shooter'

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    When Campos was hit, he radioed casino dispatch and told them his location-and Paddock's. A motive in the shooting remains elusive. Campos had been in the building, patrolling the halls and was sent to the area of commotion. Clinton County Recorder Scott Judd confirmed to WQAD News 8 on Friday, Oct. 6 that Stephen Paddock - the gunman who killed 58 and injured hundreds more at a country music festival in Las Vegas on Monday - was born in this eastern Iowa city.
  • Congress needs to examine gun 'bump stock' devices: US House speaker

    Congress needs to examine gun 'bump stock' devices: US House speaker

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    Louis Nelson a reporter for Politico, says the silencer bill, whose official name is "The Sportsmen Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act " deals with noise suppressors. The Republican-led Congress had been pushing ahead on measures to loosen gun restrictions, including the gun silencer bill and one to allow people with concealed-carry permits to take their weapons to other states.
  • VX found on women accused of Kim Jong-Nam murder

    VX found on women accused of Kim Jong-Nam murder

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    Eight months after Kim Jong Nam dropped dead at Kuala Lumpur worldwide airport, two women arrested and charged with his murder pleaded not guilty on the first day of the much-anticipated trial in Malaysia on Monday. But based on his examination and toxicology and chemist reports, he said there were no contributing factors to Kim's death apart from VX. "I asked them who their enemy is and their response gave me the chills: the Americans", narrates Will Ripley.
  • White House says Puerto Rico must fix its debt problem: CNN interview

    White House says Puerto Rico must fix its debt problem: CNN interview

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    Cruz also slammed the real estate mogul for comparing the death toll in Puerto Rico to that of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Carmen Yulin Cruz, who appeared on Univision on Wednesday, said she wore the shirt to take on Trump , who attacked her on Twitter after she made an impassioned plea to get help for Puerto Rico, which was ravaged by the Category 4 storm on September 20.
  • Congress learns what a bump stock is

    Congress learns what a bump stock is

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    An employee of a Raleigh, N.C., gun store demonstrates how a " bump stock " works. Bump stocks can make semiautomatic rifles fire like automatic weapons. "The NRA is generally very strong in the states". It hadn't posted on its Twitter account in five days. There is a bit of a catch here. The NRA endorsed Trump during his presidential campaign, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell received a donation of $922,000 for his reelection campaign, not to mention the countless other ...
  • Tax plan from the swamp

    Tax plan from the swamp

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    But according to top Republicans, those spending cuts are likely to be set aside to focus on the tax bill once House and Senate leaders meet to work out differences between the two chambers. This task has defied Washington since 1986, the last time a comprehensive rewrite was completed despite lobbyists who defend each tax break. But he also acknowledged that House Republicans have just about run out of patience with the Senate after the collapse of health care reform this week.
  • Mistaken for braid-choppers: Elderly man killed, three others beaten up

    Mistaken for braid-choppers: Elderly man killed, three others beaten up

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    They said the man who threw the stone at him thought he was the braid chopper out at night. Reportedly, earlier this week, a youth was thrashed in the Baramulla district after the mob alleged him of being a braid-chopper. The police and paramilitary personnel also placed barricades and concertina wires on the roads in the curfew-hit areas to restrict movement of people.
  • Ways you can make a difference for Puerto Rico

    Ways you can make a difference for Puerto Rico

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    But he also raised eyebrows by suggesting residents should be "proud" that Maria did not kill as many people as "a real catastrophe like Katrina" - which ravaged New Orleans in 2005. Like much of Trump's presidency, the response has felt like an act put on by someone playing president, pretending he cares about people he clearly doesn't.
  • Saudi king Salman gets stuck halfway down golden escalator

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    Saudi Arabia's King Salman had an unforgettable arrival in Moscow on Wednesday when his gold escalator broke down as he was exiting his private plane. Citing Russia's energy minister Alexander Novak, the Financial Times reported that Russia and Saudi Arabia were expected to sign deals worth over $3 billion, including a $1 billion energy investment fund and a $1.1 billion agreement for Russia's petrochemicals giant Sibur to build a plant in Saudi Arabia.
  • Oklahoma Republicans considering bump stock ban after Las Vegas massacre

    Oklahoma Republicans considering bump stock ban after Las Vegas massacre

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    Bump stocks can be used to effectively convert semi-automatic rifles so that they fire so rapidly it simulates a fully automatic weapon. The comments come days after the worst mass shooting in US history erupted at Las Vegas at a country music festival on Sunday night when 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd floor of his hotel room of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino across the street from the concert.