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The incident brings back memories of the November 1 blast at Rae Bareli, one of the worst industrial disasters in the country. Gopalganj is 160 kilometers away from Patna , Bihar. Eight of the injured have been identified as Banka Yadav, Kanhaiya Prasad, Md. The blast in the boiler of Sasa Musa Sugar Works Limited at Kochaikot occurred at about 11:30 PM when almost 100 people were at work.
  • Compper 'fits defensive bill for Celtic'

    Compper 'fits defensive bill for Celtic'

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    He has previously played in his homeland for Borussia Monchengladbach and Hoffenheim, as well as Serie A side Fiorentina. Rae, as quoted in the Evening Times , believes that the 32-year-old will become a good enough signing for the Scottish champions, but warned that he isn't the player that he used to be.
  • Sen. Warner cautions Trump against meddling in Mueller probe

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    Warner, of Virginia, is the vice chairman of the Intel committee, which is conducting its own investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election. The high-stakes meeting between White House lawyers and Mueller's team comes as conservative lawmakers and pundits have intensified their demands for a second special counsel to investigate the FBI, pointing to text messages between two former Federal Bureau of Investigation officials discussing their dislike of Trump.
  • Rosie O'Donnell Offers Senators Cash To Reject Tax Bill

    Rosie O'Donnell Offers Senators Cash To Reject Tax Bill

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    O'Donnell concluded her tweetstorm with a message directed at Collins and fellow Republican Sen. O'Donnell, who is now selling her South Nyack home, offered $2 million each to Sen. Once signed, the bill will be the largest Republican accomplishment of the Trump administration. Since Trump's election, O'Donnell has loudly called for "resistance" to his policies and the Republican agenda.
  • Turkey says regrets to see veto of United Nations resolution on Jerusalem

    Turkey says regrets to see veto of United Nations resolution on Jerusalem

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    President Barack Obama's administration, which defied pressure from Israel and Trump , who was then president-elect, for Washington to wield its veto. A communique issued after the summit said the participants considered the move to be a declaration that Washington was withdrawing from its role "as sponsor of peace" in the Middle East.
  • Royal Caribbean guests involved in bus crash in Mexico

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    The nationalities of the victims were not immediately known. CNN identified eight Americans , two Swiss and one Canadian traveler as being among the 12 people killed. Adding to the statement, the officials said that the 12 dead passengers are going to be transferred to the state's forensic department for identification.
  • Anti Bird Spike On Trees Are 'To Protect Expensive Cars'

    Anti Bird Spike On Trees Are 'To Protect Expensive Cars'

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    They told the Bristol Post: 'There is a big problem with bird droppings around here. They have been installed along tree branches which overhang a auto park that is used by a number of expensive BMWs and Audis. "However, I will be looking into this at the council". "Instead of looking at ways we can force nature into an ever smaller space, we should look at how we can live alongside wildlife and help give it a home in our villages, towns and cities".
  • PM Trudeau broke ethics rules, watchdog finds

    PM Trudeau broke ethics rules, watchdog finds

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    Mary Dawson said in a report that Trudeau broke conflict of interest laws that prohibit a minister from accepting gifts or advantages that could reasonably be seen as influencing government decisions. But Dawson notes that between 1983 and 2013, the younger Trudeau and the Aga Khan only interacted once at the elder Trudeau's funeral. He maintained that he and his family had "a standing invitation" from the Aga Khan and his daughter to vacation on the island.
  • California fire now second-largest in state history

    California fire now second-largest in state history

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    Increasing humidity and diminishing winds have made firefighters' jobs easier since Monday, although the area remains "critically dry", a coalition of agencies said in a statement. The blaze northwest of Los Angeles is the third largest in state history. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Prevention has estimated the cost of fighting the blaze at almost $140 million.
  • Alabama May Freeze Enrollment For Children's Health Insurance

    Alabama May Freeze Enrollment For Children's Health Insurance

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    Idaho and all other states now are spending the last of their money for CHIP while lawmakers debate how to pay for the program's renewal. The Alabama Department of Public Health posted a notice on its website this week saying that it would freeze enrollment in CHIP on January 1 and would not renew any coverage after that date.
  • Opposition groups quit Iraqi Kurdish government

    Opposition groups quit Iraqi Kurdish government

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    They have never achieved nation-state status. The Reuters news agency reported that Kurdish security forces had raided the Sulaimaniyah offices of private television station NRT Tuesday, taking it off the air. Tires and cars also were set ablaze. Heavy gun fire, presumably from Kurdish security forces, can be heard in some videos. Some have demanded the regional government's ousting.
  • Official comments on United States decision to add Chechen leader to Magnitsky List

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    The United States on Tuesday slapped financial sanctions on Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov , accusing him overseeing a systematic campaign of deadly repression, the Treasury Department announced . GLAAD praised the addition of Kadyrov to the Magnitsky List, citing reports from former prisoners and human rights observers detailing some of the torture and killings that took place at the hands of or under the noses of Chechen government officials.
  • Mammadyarov: Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey will vote for Palestine-Israel resolution in UN

    Mammadyarov: Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey will vote for Palestine-Israel resolution in UN

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    On December 6 U.S. President Trump officially announced his decision to recognize al-Quds as Israel's capital despite warnings from around the world that the measure risks triggering a fresh wave of violence in the Middle East. Turkey supports Azerbaijan's formula of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement, said Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu , APA reports. According to Turkish diplomat, cultural issues and tourism, in addition to economy and energy issues, were also discussed ...
  • Scott calls for Latvala's resignation after report finds likely misconduct

    Scott calls for Latvala's resignation after report finds likely misconduct

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    The report also recommended a criminal investigation into whether the Clearwater Republican traded his vote for sexual favors. The special master released his report on his investigation into Latvala on Tuesday evening. After the report was released Tuesday evening, Latvala posted on Facebook that he would visit family in MS for Christmas and then decide what to do when he returns to Florida.
  • Census: Utah the 3rd fastest growing state in the nation

    Census: Utah the 3rd fastest growing state in the nation

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    Rhode Island's population has grown slightly for the sixth year in a row, as a growing number of worldwide migrants offset the departure of domestic residents, according to new U.S. Wyoming led the country in percentage decline, at 1%. He says that's the same for Nevada that had the second fastest percentage increase at 2 percent.
  • Inside the wrecked Amtrak train in Washington state

    Inside the wrecked Amtrak train in Washington state

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    A passenger who survived the deadly Amtrak train derailment in Washington state Monday morning provided images from inside the train to ABC News, revealing shattered windows and a damaged train vehicle in the aftermath of the crash. While others called the police, he said he focused on writing down what was happening. The NTSB has long recommended that all trains feature the technology, but Congress pushed back a deadline for installation that had been set for the end of 2015, and instead ...