• Vehicle into school in Greenacre

    Vehicle into school in Greenacre

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    Five students were taken to Westmead Children's Hospital NSW Ambulance and police later confirmed two boys aged eight had died. Another child suffered serious leg injuries. The 52-year-old driver was uninjured and taken to hospital for mandatory blood and urine tests. A witness reported seeing an elderly woman at the scene who appeared distressed.
  • Pentagon: Invasion Only Way to Destroy North Korea's Nuclear Arsenal

    Pentagon: Invasion Only Way to Destroy North Korea's Nuclear Arsenal

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    As a result of this a top Pentagon official said in a letter to U.S. lawmakers that a ground invasion of North Korea is the only way to eliminate its nuclear weapon sites in case of war. President Donald Trump to stop making cavalier remarks about the tense situation in North Korea . A report by the Congressional Research Service released last month estimates as many as 25 million people on either side of the border, including more than 100,000 US citizens, could be affected by an ...
  • The GOP tax plan just got another brutal review

    The GOP tax plan just got another brutal review

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    Republican Representative Kevin Brady, chairman of the House tax-writing panel, pledged that lawmakers would have a chance to propose changes to the bill. Another contentious provision virtually repeals the deductibility of state and local taxes, drawing rebukes from Republicans representing high tax states like NY and New Jersey.
  • Abducted British Citizen Killed, 3 others rescued..

    Abducted British Citizen Killed, 3 others rescued..

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    A Ballymoney woman has been freed with David Donovan and Shirley Donovan and have been flown back to the United Kingdom following their release from a horrific kidnapping of an armed gang who abducted them in Nigeria's southern Delta region.
  • South Carolina Gets No.1 Seed For NCAA Soccer Tournament

    South Carolina Gets No.1 Seed For NCAA Soccer Tournament

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    The Knights (16-1-2), ranked No. 12 in the most recent United Soccer Coaches National poll, defeated Plattsburgh, 4-0, last Saturday to clinch its seventh State University of New York Athletic Conference Championship and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in program history.
  • Why Trump Says Cars Are A Sore Spot In US-Japan Relations

    Why Trump Says Cars Are A Sore Spot In US-Japan Relations

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    The threat posed by North Korea's development of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles has been a top foreign policy priority for the Trump administration. Abe said Japan was imposing sanctions on several North Korean entities and individuals. "For the last many decades, Japan has been winning". Ronald Reagan and Yasuhiro Nakasone set the gold-standard for friendly ties between leaders of the two allies back in the 1980s, when they famously called each other by the nicknames "Ron" and ...
  • Russian Lawyer: Trump Jr. Suggested Changing Law For Dirt On Clinton

    Russian Lawyer: Trump Jr. Suggested Changing Law For Dirt On Clinton

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    She didn't have any and described the 20-minute meeting as a failure. "I understand our side may have messed up, but it'll take a long time to get to the bottom of it". According to her telling of the meeting, which she is making in the most detailed fashion yet, the president's son told her he was willing to consider her request about the sanctions rollback, Bloomberg News reported .
  • Maute stragglers killed in Marawi

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    And we believe that hopefully is asi Amin Baco at saka iyung Mahalam, an Indonesian and Abdullah Hapilon, the son of Isnilon. His whereabouts are unknown but he could be among dozens of militants, a captured Indonesian militant said are still hiding in Marawi.
  • Trump calls for investigation into Clinton ties to dossier

    Trump calls for investigation into Clinton ties to dossier

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    Papadopoulos's case in particular fits with a broader pattern of Trump aides making contact with Russian operatives that has come into focus in recent weeks. Napolitano explained that President Trump's reason for firing FBI Director James Comey was that he "dropped the ball" on Hillary Clinton's private email server scandal.
  • Deepika Padukone's 'Padmavati' bash: SRK, Ranveer, Alia, Sidharth in attendance

    Deepika Padukone's 'Padmavati' bash: SRK, Ranveer, Alia, Sidharth in attendance

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    Union Minister Giriraj Singh has entered the controversy surrounding Bollywood film Padmavati by Sanjay Leela Bhansali . That is why he could not attend Deepika's bash. Shahid was not upset at all. "Does Sanjay Bhansali or anyone else have guts to make films on other religions or comment upon them?" The release of Padmavati is still three-four weeks away, but Deepika's party was akin to those usually thrown after the release of a film.
  • Blake Lively Doesn't Look Like This Anymore

    Blake Lively Doesn't Look Like This Anymore

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    The actress is considered one of the most best dressed women in Hollywood, but looked a far cry from her usual glamorous self - she was nearly unrecognisable as she dressed down in a pair of tracksuit bottoms and a beanie hat. Proving to be ever so chilly in Ireland, the beauty was given a thermal water bottle to warm herself up. Jude Law and Nasser Memarzia are also set to star in the movie with the producers Michael G.
  • Ben Affleck Wants To Be 'Part Of The Solution' After Groping Scandal

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    Former Charmed actress Rose McGowan is among those who have accused Weinstein of rape, but he has always vehemently denied any claims of non-consensual sex. In regards to Weinstein, Affleck added: "I just didn't want to cash any more checks from the guy". "Some people probably couldn't afford to give all those residuals away, but even if you're doing 10%, you know, that's something".
  • Matthew Scully-Hicks guilty of murdering adopted daughter

    Matthew Scully-Hicks guilty of murdering adopted daughter

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    Cardiff Crown Court heard the youngster suffered a string of injuries when she was alone with stay-at-home dad Scully-Hicks. The toddler sustained bruises, a broken leg and fell down a flight of stairs during the eight months that she was in the care of the 31-year-old fitness instructor.
  • Prosecutor at war crimes court to seek investigation into Afghan conflict

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    The alleged atrocities took place in all 34 of Afghanistan's provinces, with a smaller number of crimes alleged in Poland, Lithuania and Romania, where suspected members of the Taliban or Al Qaeda were held for questioning. The prosecutor will focus on allegations committed since May 1, 2003 on the territory of Afghanistan and war crimes closely linked to the situation in Afghanistan allegedly committed since July 1, 2002 on the territory of other states.
  • Priti Patel Apologises For Undisclosed Meetings With Israeli Government

    Priti Patel Apologises For Undisclosed Meetings With Israeli Government

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    Ms Patel apologised after admitting she held talks with the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu , without alerting the Foreign Office. Priti Patel, UK Secretary for International Development, told the Guardian newspaper last week that the UK Foreign Office and its Secretary, Boris Johnson , were aware the meetings, which included several senior officials and charities.