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Mugabe was later granted diplomatic immunity by the South African authorities and allowed to fly back to Zimbabwe. "They might try to tarnish your image but we, as war veterans, support you", Minister Mandiitawepi Chimene said, denouncing Gabriella Engels and AfriForum, a South African NGO which is bringing legal action against Grace Mugabe.
  • Kangana Ranaut demands apology from Hrithik Roshan for causing mental stress

    Kangana Ranaut demands apology from Hrithik Roshan for causing mental stress

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    You can't go about slapping notices on people. Kangana alleged further that Hrithik had been plotting against her for two years and wanted to put her behind bars for having an affair with him. The channel recently released promo where she can be seen talking about the mental problems she suffered during the whole controversy with Hrithik Roshan.
  • Arsenal defender Gibbs has medical ahead of West Brom switch

    Arsenal defender Gibbs has medical ahead of West Brom switch

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    Alexis Sanchez is another Arsenal player who has less than a year remaining on his contract and has been consistently associated with a summer transfer. "He can help me progress". West Bromwich Albion is off to a good start in the Premier League , as its two wins and a draw in the first three matches has Tony Pulis' side in fifth place heading into the worldwide break.
  • Matisse signs orders to send additional troops to Afghanistan

    Matisse signs orders to send additional troops to Afghanistan

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    Mattis has said that he would wait for a complete count of USA troops in Afghanistan before making a decision on how many additional troops to send, calling the accounting system unusual. The Trump administration accepted the troop cap numbers, however, and they appear to remain in place despite Wednesday's announcement. "Yes. Ive signed orders but its not completed".
  • Flooding causes Houston TV station to evacuate

    Flooding causes Houston TV station to evacuate

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    The nation's fourth-largest city was still largely paralyzed by one of the largest downpours in USA history. With significant amounts of rain expected on top of the 30-plus inches in some places, authorities anxious the worst might be yet to come.
  • Mumbai Building Collapse Kills At Least Seven

    Mumbai Building Collapse Kills At Least Seven

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    Officials estimated that up to 40 people could have been caught up in the disaster. Ambulances, fire engines and members of the disaster relief force are still working at the site. It is not known whether the building was on the list of risky structures under the MCGM limits. Police had yet to say what caused the collapse near Crawford market in south Mumbai's old city.
  • Governor wins dispute over Ayala death penalty cases

    Governor wins dispute over Ayala death penalty cases

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    The court also noted that Scott didn't mandate that the death penalty be sought in any of the cases he reassigned to neighboring prosecutor Brad King , but left it to King's discretion. I absolutely disagreed with State Attorney Ayala's shortsighted decision to not fight for justice. She was given no chance to live. Loyd is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend and Orlando police Lieutenant Debra Clayton , who tried to arrest him.
  • Russian FSB Arrests Two Islamic Terrorists Planning Attacks On Moscow

    Russian FSB Arrests Two Islamic Terrorists Planning Attacks On Moscow

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    The Federal Security Service, or FSB, said the suspects were preparing to launch the attacks on Friday, the beginning of the school year in Russian Federation. After this, the newly-fledged member of the worldwide terrorist organization, the ISIS, planned to attack civilians with the use of blade weapons. The FSB also discovered that those arrested, all coming from Central Asia, were in contact with their recruiters and were instructed to carry out the attacks.
  • Trump's Disapproval Rating Approaches Congressional Leaders

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    On the issue of his conduct, GOP voters also appear to be taking growing exception with some of Trump's more controversial actions. Fox News reported that the number of voters that are happy with how things are going in the country has dropped 10 points since April and now stands at 35%.
  • White House says Trump will donate $1 million to hurricane aid

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    As she was leaving the White House, the former model was photographed wearing a pair of black snakeskin stilettos, and observers do not believe they were comfortable enough for where she was heading. The first lady did wear white sneakers when she and the president emerged on the tarmac in Corpus Christi midday Tuesday. "It's sad that we have an active and ongoing natural disaster in Texas, and people are anxious about her shoes", Grisham told Fox News .
  • Man killed in New Milford police shooting identified

    Man killed in New Milford police shooting identified

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    Officials say the officers involved in this incident are from District 3. Hayes has been with the New Milford Police Department since 2014. After officers caught up to the suspect, authorities say one officer fired his handgun, striking the man.
  • U.S. police officer recorded saying ' we only shoot black people'

    U.S. police officer recorded saying ' we only shoot black people'

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    Even more suspect is the officer's lawyer's explanation. He tells her to call whoever she needs, but she won't, saying that she is too scared to put down her hands because of all the videos she had seen of cops. "(The) young lady. never mentioned 'black .' So, for him to take it to that level, it's just very sad". Remember, we only shoot black people. Black people are really out here losing their lives and y'all are making jokes about it.
  • New hybrid roller coaster coming to Six Flags Over Ga

    New hybrid roller coaster coming to Six Flags Over Ga

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    As guests swing higher and higher, they will experience a feeling of weightlessness at 147 feet in the air before plunging downward from 15 stories. Six Flags just unveiled a new ride for its 2018 season. Six Flags America is debuting a river adventure, Wahoo River. A 100-foot loop coaster-dubbed the largest in the world-will make its debut next year at the Gurnee destination.
  • Oklahoma women to open Big 12 play vs

    Oklahoma women to open Big 12 play vs

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    After the regular season, the Big 12 will head down to Kansas City for the Big 12 Tournament at the Sprint Center. "The continued growth of our team is exciting and we are eager to perform in front of our loyal fan base". Tech will have one week of rest before hosting the Bears on February 3 in the US, according to the release. After a road match against Texas on February 14 in Austin and a game against Iowa State on February 17 in Ames, Iowa, Tech will host TCU on February 21 in the US, ...
  • China says it hopes India learns lesson from border standoff

    China says it hopes India learns lesson from border standoff

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    That led an infuriated China to accuse Indian troops of trespassing into territory to which it had no claim and demand their withdrawal. "At the same time", he added, "through military diplomacy and border defence channels, we lodged numerous representations with the Indian military and played a proper role in the settlement of the Doklam incident".
  • Members of elite search and rescue team head to Texas

    Members of elite search and rescue team head to Texas

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    Texas officials will fully reimburse North Carolina for total costs incurred during the 10-day period NC HART crews are in the state. The team left for Texas Thursday to help with evacuations and rescue missions in the severe flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey .
  • Watford sign defender Zeegelaar from Sporting Lisbon

    Watford sign defender Zeegelaar from Sporting Lisbon

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    The 26-year-old only joined Leverkusen last summer but has been tracked by Roma and Olympiakos this summer, but Marco Silva's side have moved into pole position and are set to make a bid for the defender. Zeegelaar has some experience of English football already, having made two appearances for Blackpool during a loan spell at Blackpool in 2013. After being edged out for Kieran Gibbs by West Bromwich Albion, it left Watford head coach Marco Silva needing to look elsewhere for a new ...
  • Houston mayor imposes nightly curfew after Harvey

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    Apparently, the officer took a wrong turn on Sunday and became trapped in his patrol vehicle and drowned. Houston police board an airboat as the search for flood victims and other rescue operations continue in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Tuesday.
  • Rauner Signs School Funding Bill, Sending $450M More To CPS

    Rauner Signs School Funding Bill, Sending $450M More To CPS

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    The bills formula gives money to school districts based on the number of students each district has. Partial scholarships worth 75 percent of the maximum amount can be awarded to students whose family incomes fall between 185 percent and less than 250 percent of the federal poverty level, now $61,500 for a family of four.
  • David Clarke Resigns As Milwaukee Co. Sheriff

    David Clarke Resigns As Milwaukee Co. Sheriff

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    There are reports that Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County has resigned. Clarke gave no reason for his resignation in a one-paragraph letter to the county clerk that was obtained by NBC News. Clarke has been a firebrand conservative and a frequent guest on conservative radio and Fox News shows. But Clarke has been fighting a series of scandals in his position as sheriff in Milwaukee County as well, including the death of a mentally ill man who was allegedly deprived of water in his ...