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Sarah Illig, from SC in the USA, had gone snorkelling when she was attacked by the predators - a moment that was caught on camera by her husband. In the clip, Illig is seen writhing in pain when the massive shark appears out of nowhere and tries to attack her outstretched arm.
  • Iranian President Reiterates Tehran's Continued Support for Palestine

    Iranian President Reiterates Tehran's Continued Support for Palestine

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    Turkey is hosting the OIC summit. Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah was reported in al-Quds announcing the cabinet has commenced the disbursement of $6.7 million in support of educational institutions in Jerusalem . "The recent act by the U.S. administration made it clear for the people who wished a positive role by the USA in resolving the issue of Palestine that the United States is only seeking to secure the maximum interests of the Zionists and consider no respect for the legitimate demands ...
  • State Trooper Shot in the Head in Southern Indiana

    State Trooper Shot in the Head in Southern Indiana

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    ISP Trooper Morgenn Evans made a traffic stop near the intersection of Park and Jefferson streets in Jeffersonville around 7:05 p.m., according to a news release. The trooper, who has not been identified, was grazed in the head, according to ISP Sgt. Tood Ringle. The trooper's identity was not released, but ISP tweeted that he was expected to survive.
  • Ram Setu or Adam's bridge is man made not natural, finds scientists

    Ram Setu or Adam's bridge is man made not natural, finds scientists

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    The show cites images from a NASA and claims that investigators have found a line of rocks 30 miles long between India and Sri Lanka. It was in 2008, the then Congress-led UPA in Centre had told the Supreme Court that no bridge existed between India and Sri Lanka which received strong criticism from the now ruling Party BJP who alleged Congress of playing with people's belief of Ram creating that Ram Setu , reports Times Now.
  • How choice of soup helps solve India murder case

    How choice of soup helps solve India murder case

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    Nagarkurnool murder suspect M Swathi's alleged paramour, C Rajesh , is still under the impression that they had successfully executed the murder plan hatched to eliminate her husband, Sudhakar Reddy . Sudhakar's brother lodged a complaint with the police and rushed him to a corporate hospital in Hyderabad for treatment. And, the family spent over Rs 5 lakh in the first two days.
  • Ockhi Cyclone: Death toll climbs to 58

    Ockhi Cyclone: Death toll climbs to 58

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    Pinarayi, speaking after a cabinet meeting, said that the government will grant Rs 20 lakh and the state fisheries department and the fishermen's welfare fund board will chip in another Rs 5 lakh each, clarifying that the state aims to complete the compensation process as quickly as possible.
  • Zuma must appoint judicial state capture inquiry within 30 days, court rules

    Zuma must appoint judicial state capture inquiry within 30 days, court rules

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    Earlier this year, Zuma filed an application with the High Court to have Madonsela's report reviewed and set aside. He described Zuma's actions as "completely unreasonable" and "grossly remiss". He said the power to appoint commissions vests in the president alone, and only he can exercise that power; but there are constraints to the exercise of this power.
  • India 'deeply disappointed' over developments on food security issue at WTO

    India 'deeply disappointed' over developments on food security issue at WTO

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    The four-day ministerial conference which began on Sunday ends on Wednesday with very little time for any substantial retrieval of positions by the WTO members. India was supported by over a 100 WTO member countries on all agriculture issues including our proposal to set the direction of agriculture reforms by first eliminating the most trade-distorting form of subsidies used mainly by the rich developed countries.
  • Modi turned Fair by eating Imported Mushrooms: Alpesh Thakor

    Modi turned Fair by eating Imported Mushrooms: Alpesh Thakor

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    OBC leader Alpesh Zala (Thakor), popularly known as Alpesh Thakor, has been fielded from Radhanpur. Likening the BJP to anti-poor, he said that poor can't afford what PM Modi eats. A source told me Modi ji has been eating it (imported mushrooms) since he was the CM (Chief Minister) of Gujarat. Also, the Congress has again struck with the controversies with some unexpected comments over the Prime Minister of India.
  • Ivanka Trump posts picture of family Hanukkah celebration

    Ivanka Trump posts picture of family Hanukkah celebration

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    The votes cast by First Lady Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump in last month's NY mayoral election were tossed out after the president's wife and eldest daughter made mistakes in their absentee ballots, NBC News reported Tuesday. Seal the envelope and put it in the larger envelope that is addressed to the Board of Elections. The B.O.E. said Kushner never sent in his ballot. Her husband, Jared Kushner , didn't return his ballot.
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    Dan Johnson: "No Merit" to Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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    The allegation against Johnson is not the only scandal to affect Kentucky House Republicans. Collectively, they began the press conference by singing a Christmas carol, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" before Johnson addressed reporters. "When credible, well-documented allegations surface it is imperative that they be taken seriously". "The allegations of felony sexual abuse and other crimes against Rep.
  • Trump wants Congress to fix 'lax' immigration after NY attack

    Trump wants Congress to fix 'lax' immigration after NY attack

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    The three wounded victims had relatively minor complaints such as ringing in their ears and headaches. He taunted Trump on Facebook just before the attack, authorities said. Conservatives say they have a mandate from the president to deliver a solution that includes ending chain migration. "The enemy we face is persistent and adaptive", Nielsen said.
  • Woman gives birth to baby girl on PIA flight

    Woman gives birth to baby girl on PIA flight

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    Anyway. congratulations to parents and welldone flight crew. Speaking to a local newspaper, PIA spokesperson Mashood Tajwar said that the medical professional from Civil Aviation had informed the airline that the delivery was premature.
  • Tunnel work underway at DPRK N-site

    Tunnel work underway at DPRK N-site

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    In connection with this, a South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff source said on December 12 that the military was "maintaining a readiness posture under the assessment that a nuclear test in the Punggye area could take place at any time if the North Korean leadership makes the decision".
  • Fusion GPS tried to tie Trump to Clinton pedophile pal

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    Ohr will retain his OCDETF title but has been stripped of his higher post and ousted from his office on the fourth floor of "Main Justice". Ohr was demoted one day before Fox broke the news that he had secretly met on more than one occasion with Fusion founder Glenn Simpson and Christopher Steele, the former British spy who compiled the debunked dossier.
  • Has $13.64 Million Stake in JP Morgan Chase & Co (JPM)

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    It has outperformed by 250.78% the S&P500. More notable recent JPMorgan Chase & Co. J P Morgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM ) last issued its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, October 12th. Riverhead Mngmt Limited Liability Com invested in 0.01% or 11,356 shares. Clearbridge Limited Liability Company, a Maryland-based fund reported 1,763 shares.
  • U.S. helicopter's window falls on Japanese school

    U.S. helicopter's window falls on Japanese school

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    Police investigators inspect the ground where the window of a CH-53E helicopter fell at the Daini Futenma Elementary School in Ginowan, Okinawa prefecture, southern Japan. Its planned relocation pushed by the Japanese and U.S. governments has been delayed for more than 20 years as many residents want it off Okinawa altogether.
  • DNA Sequencing Might Help Researchers Bring Back Tasmanian Tigers

    DNA Sequencing Might Help Researchers Bring Back Tasmanian Tigers

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    The DNA of the pup was perfectly preserved. There are have been a number of unconfirmed sightings in recent years . This preserved thylacine pup yielded nice long chunks of DNA to reconstruct the species' genome. The closest relatives in terms of physical appearance are foxes or wolves. What the researchers found after sequencing the genome was that the thylacine's genetic diversity and health was very poor, possibly due to their genetic isolation from mainland Australia.
  • Merriam-Webster Expertly Sums Up 2017 With Its Word Of The Year

    Merriam-Webster Expertly Sums Up 2017 With Its Word Of The Year

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    The word was a top lookup throughout the year, with several spikes that corresponded to various news reports and events. Merriam-Webster noted searches for feminism increased during the hype surrounding TV shows and movies with strong feminist themes, such as " The Handmaid's Tale " and " Wonder Woman ".
  • Oscar Pistorius injured in jail fight

    Oscar Pistorius injured in jail fight

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    He said Pistorius had been taken for a medical check-up after the dispute and was found only to have suffered a bruise. The New York Post reported that the convicted murderer received only a minor injury in a event that is still being investigated.