• Spain probe deepens as second suspect wins release

    Spain probe deepens as second suspect wins release

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    Most of the 12 suspects lived in the town of Ripoll, set in forested hills beneath the Pyrenees north of Barcelona, and most were young men of Moroccan descent. The auto used in the attack in Cambrils, south of Barcelona, was caught on camera speeding in the Paris region days earlier. He said that "this group came to Paris but it was a quick arrival and departure".
  • Ajay Devgn & Kajol to reunite for a Pradeep Sarkar directorial?

    Ajay Devgn & Kajol to reunite for a Pradeep Sarkar directorial?

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    If I am taking three celebrated actors since they have their different fan followings, all of them will land up at the theatre and that that will grab more eyeballs. Earlier reports had suggested that Ajay was miffed with close friend Salman for co-producing the movie with rival Karan. They were originally toying with the idea of sending her to a university in the United Kingdom since the Devgns have a house in London and it is their favourite holiday destination as well.
  • Thai court to issue arrest warrant for former PM

    Thai court to issue arrest warrant for former PM

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    Ms Yingluck (50), whose family has dominated Thai politics for more than 15 years, faces up to 10 years in prison if found guilty in a case centred on the multibillion dollar losses incurred by a rice subsidy scheme for farmers. If convicted, Yingluck has the right to appeal. In a separate administrative ruling that froze her bank accounts, Ms Yingluck was held responsible for about £780 million of those losses - an astounding personal penalty that prosecutors argued she deserved because she ...
  • Pakistan PM chairs high-level meeting to respond to Trump's charges

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    The statement said Pakistan is committed to working with the worldwide community towards the common objective of defeating the forces of terrorism and to promote peace and stability in the South Asia. Used to cold war bipolarity in the past, it was easy for them to embrace the presumed US -versus-China square-off in South Asia with India on the American side.
  • Real Estate Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLRE) Shares in Focus

    Real Estate Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLRE) Shares in Focus

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    The Stochastics oscillator is used to add confirmation to the trade entry. A reading over 70 would indicate that the stock is overbought, and possibly overvalued. On the flip side, an RSI near 0 may signal weaker momentum. In general, a rising ADX line means that an existing trend is gaining strength. The stock's 50 day moving average price is $64.87 and its 200-day moving average price is $67.74.
  • Typhoon Hato Disrupts Port Operations in Hong Kong

    Typhoon Hato Disrupts Port Operations in Hong Kong

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    Images from Macau showed cars submerged in water and people swimming along the streets. The unnamed Instagram user poses with the veteran actor in the now-deleted photo that has since gone viral.HONG KONG, Aug 25 - It's not every day that you bump into a screen legend, let alone one lending a helping hand in the aftermath of a category 10 typhoon.
  • Vinny Testaverde's son leaving Miami, wants to play QB

    Vinny Testaverde's son leaving Miami, wants to play QB

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    Miami redshirt junior QB Vincent Testaverde will transfer. The 6-foot-1, 216-pound Faith Academy star has appeared in 13 career games at Miami, starting the 2015 victory over Duke when Brad Kaaya was injured. They got a bunch of dudes there, too. Testaverde's father served on the advisory committee that provided UM athletic director Blake James with input during the coaching search that ended with Richt's hiring in 2016.
  • Regular LIRR service resumes September 5 after Penn repairs, MTA says

    Regular LIRR service resumes September 5 after Penn repairs, MTA says

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    The work in A interlocking includes total track and switch replacement. New Jersey Transit says that the agency plans to restore full service to New York Penn Station by Tuesday, Sept. NJ Transit will return to a regular timetable, with Midtown Direct trains no longer being diverted to Hoboken Terminal and North Jersey Coast Line trains resuming operations into Hoboken, the agency said .
  • Woman awarded over $100 million after suing Chicago for freak storm accident

    Woman awarded over $100 million after suing Chicago for freak storm accident

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    The payout will be covered by the city's insurance and not taxpayers. A jury has awarded $148 million to a woman partially paralyzed by a collapsed bus shelter at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Darden said she is in constant pain from her injuries. On the afternoon of August 2, 2015, Darden, then a dance student, was standing with her mother and 19-year-old sister outside the airport on a lower-level street that accesses Terminal 2, according to the law firm.
  • Girl Scouts Accuse Boy Scouts of 'Covert Campaign' to Recruit Girls

    Girl Scouts Accuse Boy Scouts of 'Covert Campaign' to Recruit Girls

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    In a statement to BuzzFeed News , a Girls Scout spokesperson says girls learn best in single-gender environments. Boy Scouts did officially state they would begin accepting transgender boys in January of 2017, following in the footsteps of the Girl Scouts who have had that policy for years, but it's coming pretty late.
  • Iran's Zarif: Saudi Regional Policies

    Iran's Zarif: Saudi Regional Policies "Destructive"

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    Senegal recalled its ambassador three months ago along with other African countries such as Chad and Niger who followed suit and also expressed solidarity with Saudi Arabia , whose charities funnel millions of dollars in aid money to the region.
  • Several people injured in attack at ANU campus

    Several people injured in attack at ANU campus

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    There was no indication of motive, the spokesperson said. A MAN has been taken into custody after several people were attacked on the Canberra campus of the Australian National University. The University said its first priority was the welfare of staff and students, and counselling services were being provided to all those affected. ANU's student newspaper Woroni reported the attack had occurred inside the Copland building.
  • We'll have to be on our toes to win the tie: Constantine

    We'll have to be on our toes to win the tie: Constantine

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    The second-half started with India substitute striker Robin Singh missing couple of opportunities and goalkeeper Subrata Paul being duly tested by the opponents. They drew 1-1 against Mauritius in their previous match of the tournament. The goal scoring burden once again falls on shoulders of Jeje Lalpheklhua, Robin Singh, Balwant Singh and youngster Manvir Singh upfront.
  • Firefighters eat sausages made from piglets they saved in barn fire

    Firefighters eat sausages made from piglets they saved in barn fire

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    And it seems her "thank you" was very well received by the firefighters. Mrs Rivers told the BBC: "I'm sure vegetarians will hate this". Ms Rivers said that she had wanted to thank them with sausages. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals responded to the incident, saying the piglets were "no better off" for escaping the fire. Rivers and the farm's owner, Canon Gerald Osbourne, defended the decision, which Osbourne pitted as "an inevitable part of farming".
  • Russian Federation warns against new sanctions on North Korea

    Russian Federation warns against new sanctions on North Korea

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    The U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday issued new designations against entities and individuals in China, Russia, Singapore, and Namibia for links to North Korea's weapons programs, mineral trade and use of overseas labor. for a stronger stance on North Korea , but will not rule out potential talks", he said. That effort was backed by strong Congressional sanctions. That laid the foundations for six-party talks that started in August 2003 and involved North Korea , South Korea, the ...