• A Man Has Died After Being Trapped In Tank At Factory

    A Man Has Died After Being Trapped In Tank At Factory

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    Two workmates were extricated from the tank at the ink factory and transported to Westmead Hospital, but the third man, believed to be in his 30s or 40s, died at the scene, a NSW Ambulance spokesman said. The conditions in the tank were "hot", he said. Mr Turner said: "The third patient unfortunately died on scene, this is a awful tragedy". Two other maintenance workers who went inside the tank, were able to escape but were taken to a local hospital with leg fractures.
  • IDF strikes Gaza targets after rockets launched at Israel

    IDF strikes Gaza targets after rockets launched at Israel

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    Clashes were also reported throughout Judea and Samaria as Palestinians rioted following United States President Donald Trump's declaration Wednesday night that the U.S. Hundreds of Palestinians protested on Thursday by burning posters of Trump, Israel's prime minister and the Israel and USA flags. In a Wednesday address from the White House, Trump defied worldwide warnings and insisted that after repeated failures to achieve peace a new approach was long overdue, describing his decision to ...
  • California wind, fire danger hit unprecedented high

    California wind, fire danger hit unprecedented high

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    Huge, fast-spreading wildfires in southern California have already destroyed at least 200 homes. The blaze, dubbed the Creek Fire , was reported at 3:42 a.m.in the area of Gold Creek and Little Tujunga roads, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, which was assisting the U.S.
  • Wilshere relieved to end Arsenal goal drought

    Wilshere relieved to end Arsenal goal drought

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    Neither midfielder Wilshere nor forward Walcott have started a Premier League for the Gunners this season, but both found the net as Arsenal rounded off their Group H campaign with a comprehensive victory, BBC reports. Wenger, though, said the low attendance was only natural and that it didn't have an effect on the players. "It's true that you prefer the ground to be full, but tonight there was not a lot at stake on the competitive side".
  • Five Killed In Guatemala Christmas Tree Horror

    Five Killed In Guatemala Christmas Tree Horror

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    Besides helping the local economy, buying a farm-grown natural Christmas tree has other benefits. Now, state officials are anxious that their gains could become a casualty of President Donald Trump's decision to reopen the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
  • GoFundMe account for slain Hamilton teen may be scam: Cops

    GoFundMe account for slain Hamilton teen may be scam: Cops

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    He was shot just after 9 p.m., and died at St. Joseph's hospital about an hour later. A Medical Sciences student at Brock, Yosif was leaving a mosque on Saturday night when he noticed two men were accosting an elderly man. King is being charged with second degree murder. Police say they have notified GoFundMe about the unauthorized nature of the page. Dale Burningsky King was considered armed and risky and had changed his appearance by cutting his hair short.
  • Polish finance chief Morawiecki to be the new prime minister

    Polish finance chief Morawiecki to be the new prime minister

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    The government is riding high in opinion polls, but party leaders said they want to accelerate economic growth and raise Poland's profile internationally, goals that Morawiecki is best suited to pursue. The Law and Justice party said in a statement Thursday night that "many successes were achieved in key areas of Polish life" during Szydlo's tenure despite "the huge determined resistance by enemies of the ideas of the good change" both inside and outside Poland.
  • Yemen Country's rebels mount show of strength in capital

    Yemen Country's rebels mount show of strength in capital

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    Saleh, who had made common cause with the Houthis after they captured the capital Sanaa in 2014, switched sides in an announcement last week that plunged the country deeper into turmoil. The U.S. and United Kingdom -backed Saudi-led coalition has stepped up air strikes on Yemen since Saleh's death as Houthi forces have tightened their grip on the capital.
  • Louisiana's homeless population declines almost 20% since 2016, according to HUD report

    Louisiana's homeless population declines almost 20% since 2016, according to HUD report

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    The numbers underscore the severity of a problem that stretches from Seattle to San Diego. Since 2010, however, veteran homelessness in IL declined by 23.7 percent and by almost 46% nationally. Helping those like Neubauer is a top policy priority and political issue in Los Angeles. HUD Secretary Ben Carson praised the region for dealing with the issue and not relying exclusively on the federal government.
  • House to vote on government funding bill to avert federal shutdown

    House to vote on government funding bill to avert federal shutdown

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    A government shutdown this weekend would be a potential disaster for Republicans as they race forward with their sweeping tax overhaul , which they hope to complete by Christmas. Mr. Trump has rescinded the so-called DACA deportation amnesty that was ordered by former President Barack Obama, leaving Congress until March to act, but some Democrats want to deal with it now.
  • Rockets fired into Israel near Gaza strip

    Rockets fired into Israel near Gaza strip

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    The rockets, which triggered the Code Red alert system in Ashkelon and other Israeli communities, landed in Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces spokesman said . The move sparked worldwide opposition and prompted Palestinian leaders to call for three days of protest. Reportedly, the leader of the Palestinian Islamist group, Hamas, has called for a new "intifada", or uprising, as protests broke out in Jerusalem , Ramallah and Bethlehem.
  • PM Narendra Modi dedicates Dr. Ambedkar International Centre to the Nation

    PM Narendra Modi dedicates Dr. Ambedkar International Centre to the Nation

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    Prime Minister said that the Congress has done great injustice to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Sardar Patel, even making it hard for Dr Ambedkar to join the Constituent Assembly. Today's generation has the capability and the potential to eradicate social evils. Prime Minister Modi also talked about the dreams of Dr B.R. Ambedkar for the nation.
  • Serena Williams Gets

    Serena Williams Gets "Emotional" About Quitting Breastfeeding

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    On Wednesday, the athlete asked, "Fellow moms: How long did you breastfeed?" Alexis was born back in September, and Serena is anxious about when she should stop breastfeeding. From giving birth to her first child to getting married to winning Grand Slam title No. 23 (while pregnant, nonetheless), 2017 has to be one for the books for the tennis superstar.
  • Rep. Trent Franks, Who Said Gay Marriage Will Destroy America, to Quit

    Rep. Trent Franks, Who Said Gay Marriage Will Destroy America, to Quit

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    Leaving the House floor Thursday, Franks did not confirm or deny those plans, telling reporters he would put out a statement later in the day. Franks sits on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Armed Services committee. He is now serving his eighth term in the United States Congress. Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales rates the race Solid Republican . "There's been rumors swirling around him for years, at least in 2012", the Republican source told Roll Call.
  • Coin Worth More Than $1000 Found In Md. Salvation Army Kettle

    Coin Worth More Than $1000 Found In Md. Salvation Army Kettle

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    Because of an urgent need for toys, the Salvation Army will have angels available for adoption from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. Friday at the Walmart on Highway 80 in Pearl. The Salvation Army IOW Homeless Service is supporting the Council by opening its doors to the homelessness from now until the end of March 2018 and the 2 organisations are asking any individuals, groups or businesses to join them in working in a volunteer capacity.
  • Flags Fly at Half-Staff in Remembrance of Pearl Harbor Attack

    Flags Fly at Half-Staff in Remembrance of Pearl Harbor Attack

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    Yet some memories he can't purge. "They will always be in our hearts", said Davis. In Minnesota, survivors gathered for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day at Historic Fort Snelling visitor's center. Labranche said preserving people's legacies is what drives the Pearl Harbor Day ceremony. As witnesses to the war pass, the monumental size of the conflict seems to shrink in the public's conscious.
  • This map shows mandatory evacuation zone, evacuation centers for Creek Fire

    This map shows mandatory evacuation zone, evacuation centers for Creek Fire

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    That is double the containment figure from Wednesday. The blaze, which broke out at 3:42 a.m. Tuesday in the area of Gold Creek and Little Tujunga roads in the Kagel Canyon area, was estimated at 14,000 acres by midday Wednesday. Eater learned of a few restaurant closures in the area, including the Hideaway Bar and Grill in Sylmar, which is directly in the fire's perimeter. Hansen Dam Recreation Area was also being used as an evacuation center for large animals.