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Ivana Trump's new book is being billed as a parenting manifesto from a self-styled "Lion Mom", but readers of " Raising Trump " will likely be thumbing past the advice on keeping kids off drugs and on curfew. "There is clearly no substance to this statement from an ex. This is unfortunately only attention-seeking and self-serving noise". He had another daughter, Tiffany, with Marla.
  • Monkey pox: C/River Govt. Strengthens Surveillance In Border Communities

    Monkey pox: C/River Govt. Strengthens Surveillance In Border Communities

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    The commissioner thereafter advised residents of the state not to panic as the government is doing the needful to salvage the situation. Prof. Adewole said although Monkey pox could not be confirmed until laboratory investigations by World Health Organization referral laboratory in Dakar, Senegal says so, he assured that, Monkey Pox was milder and had no record of mortality.
  • The Sense of Belonging: Australia's dual citizenship saga

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    Bret Walker SC, representing Mr Joyce and Senator Nash, said neither of them knew until recently they were dual citizens of New Zealand and Britain respectively. "The senator thought about it and decided he didn't want to be an Italian citizen and so he didn't fill out the form". The document was not an election to take up citizenship but merely a registration, and was by no means an application on behalf of her children, Mr Bennett told the court.
  • Chicago Equity Partners LLC Buys Shares of 14710 Southwest Airlines Co (LUV)

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    Analysts are turning out to be more optimistic than before, with 16 of analysts who cover Southwest Airlines Co . Analysts predict that Southwest Airlines Company will post $3.64 earnings per share for the current year. Major moves in volume can signal unusual activity, such as insider trading. The rating was maintained by Cowen & Co on Thursday, September 7 with "Buy".
  • Californians will get more information on drug prices under new law

    Californians will get more information on drug prices under new law

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    Additional reporting requirements include requiring health plans and insurers to annually report specified information to regulators related to the proportion of the premium dollar spent on prescription drugs, the year-over-year increase in net costs and member costs, the 25 most frequently prescribed medications, most costly drugs by total plan spending, and drugs with the highest year over year increase in net cost.
  • Dutch parties agree coalition government after a record 208 days

    Dutch parties agree coalition government after a record 208 days

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    Once his team is formed, in about two weeks, the new cabinet will be sworn in by King Willem-Alexander. "We are coming out of crisis, so we can invest, taxes can be lowered", he told reporters. The new coalition will have a majority of just one in the fragmented 13-party, 150-seat Dutch parliament and its ability to survive a four-year term is likely to prove the toughest test yet of Rutte's consensus-building skills.
  • Las Vegas Shooter's Note Revealed in a New Interview

    Las Vegas Shooter's Note Revealed in a New Interview

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    He killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others in the massacre. "Mr Campos was encountered by the suspect prior to his shooting to the outside world". "It's amazing" that Campos didn't sustain more injuries, Lombardo said. "Today, in our investigation, we don't have any of that uncovered", he said.
  • Judge stays order giving rapist joint custody

    Judge stays order giving rapist joint custody

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    The Detroit News reported the case could be the first of its kind in the state and maybe the nation. The Sanilac County Prosecutor's Office released a statement on Tuesday, Oct. "He's not going to attempt to see the child, no", Yockey said. She said they never talked about parental time and she's not sure if it's something he wants.
  • Kate Middleton pregnant: Her nausea calms down, she's getting better and better

    Kate Middleton pregnant: Her nausea calms down, she's getting better and better

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    Kensington Palace announced Kate's pregnancy on September 4 when she was forced to cancel a planned engagement as a result of hyperemesis gravidarum . The new baby will join siblings Prince George , 4, and Princess Charlotte , 2. Kate made an unusual appearance without William by her side in a video released last month aimed at educating young children about mental health.
  • Fridtjof Nansen's 156th birthday marked with a special doodle

    Fridtjof Nansen's 156th birthday marked with a special doodle

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    In 1888, he became the first person to lead an expedition across the snow-capped interior of Greenland. Fridtjof Nansen studied Zoology and later worked at the Bergen Museum where he earned a doctorate by doing research on central nervous system of lower marine creatures that helped establish modern neurology theories.
  • Ingraham: Bob Corker Is Not for the Trump Agenda & Probably Never Was

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    Trump had blamed his former political ally for the Iran nuclear deal in a series of derisive Twitter posts that drew a sharp riposte from Corker, who chairs the important Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The president is likely to bristle at Corker's suggestion that Kelly is a sitter for the president, the person said, and that could lessen Kelly's influence or, ultimately, shorten his tenure.
  • Another Official To Face Manslaughter Charge In Flint Water Crisis

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    She was previously charged with obstruction of justice and making a false statement, but now is facing involuntary manslaughter and misconduct charges. Five other current and former Flint and MI officials also have been charged for failing to prevent his death. Corinne Miller, Michigan's former director of disease control, testified in September that she felt "relieved" to take her concerns and statistics to the head of the Department of Health and Human Services in January 2015.
  • Police in Germanyy use images from paedophile site to save girl, 4

    Police in Germanyy use images from paedophile site to save girl, 4

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    The footage and images were said to have sickened longtime, hardened law enforcement officers. Authorities are set to release more information about the case during the course of the day. Because they have exhausted all leads, they have released her images in a desperate attempt to find her. "The Generalate Public Prosecutor's office in Frankfurt am Main and the BKA assume that the victim is still exposed to the access of the unidentified suspect, so that a continued sexual abuse of the ...
  • Palestinian rivals start reconciliation talks in Cairo

    Palestinian rivals start reconciliation talks in Cairo

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    The deal was never implemented. The loss damaged Abbas' credibility in the eyes of the West and Israel, after years of being their main Palestinian diplomatic counterpart. "The cabinet hopes that the national dialogue in Cairo will succeed in reaching a reconciliation and unification of the homeland, expresses a readiness to quickly fulfill its functions in the Gaza Strip", read an official statement released ahead of the summit in the hope that reconciliation would cause Israel and Egypt to ...
  • Russian Federation says decreased USA coalition strikes in Iraq bolsters IS in Syria

    Russian Federation says decreased USA coalition strikes in Iraq bolsters IS in Syria

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    In Deir az-Zour province, IS still controls Mayadeen, eastern neighbourhoods of the city of Deir az-Zour further up the Euphrates Valley, the town of Albu Kamal downstream on the Iraqi border, and several other smaller towns. Hundreds of civilians across Syria have been killed or seriously injured in a surge of airstrikes in the past week, the deadliest in the country since the battle for Aleppo a year ago.
  • Brother of Marseille Killer Arrested in Italy Thought Complicit in Terror

    Brother of Marseille Killer Arrested in Italy Thought Complicit in Terror

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    Another of Hanachi's brothers, Anis, was arrested on Saturday night in Italy after French authorities issued an worldwide arrest warrant. It was not immediately clear how long the brother had been in Italy. Daesh later claimed responsibility for the attack but French investigators are yet to find evidence that Hanachi was connected with the group. So far he has not been cooperative with the authorities, the Italian police said, and his extradition to France could happen in "a few days".
  • Cricket South Africa confirm new T20 Global League has been postponed

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    According to one franchise owner, the league, the first season of which is scheduled to kick-off on November 3 may be postponed due to several logistical challenges. "We will regroup and come back stronger and better". No owner has backed out of the tournament yet, which is a heartening sign, although it can not be determined with certainty whether that will be the case going forward.
  • Global port ban slapped on ships violating N. Korea sanctions

    Global port ban slapped on ships violating N. Korea sanctions

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    The United States led a drive at the Security Council to impose two recent sets of sanctions to punish Pyongyang over its nuclear and missile tests. Griffiths also asked all countries to pay "special attention" to North Korea's Mansudae Overseas Project Group of Companies, also known as the Mansudae Art Studio, which is on the sanctions blacklist and subject to an asset freeze and travel ban.
  • Jerry Jones: Cowboys who don't stand for anthem won't play

    Jerry Jones: Cowboys who don't stand for anthem won't play

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    Vice President Mike Pence made a powerful, patriotic statement when he performed his own National Anthem protest: walking out of an NFL game after several players kneeled for The Star Spangled Banner . With 11 more weeks in the regular season the national anthem player protests will surely continue to shift the culture of the league resulting in extreme outcomes that will go down in history in the years to come.
  • U.S. beat Ghana 1-0, through to Round of 16

    U.S. beat Ghana 1-0, through to Round of 16

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    The match did not rise to any great heights with not many attempts at the goal with few good moves coming from both sides. India were in with a chance as long they maintained their concentration and shape. However, a smartly executed high press from the US turned the game in its favor midway through the half as Chris Durkin came up with the ball deep in Ghana territory and initiated the passing sequence that ended with the ball on Akinola's foot.