• Police seek Texas man in woman's death, abduction of 2 girls
Police seek Texas man in woman's death, abduction of 2 girls

Police are looking for Miles, who they believe may be connected to Bates' death. No charges have been filed. "We continue to look at gas stations, convenience stores, rest stops, truck stops and if they see anything suspicious at that time, if they see a vehicle, matching that description, at that time, which is a gray 2017 Hyundai Accent with Te...

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  • More than 48000 babies will be born in B'desh in 2018
More than 48000 babies will be born in B'desh in 2018

These babies will be at increased risk of disease, malnutrition. According to World Health Organization, diphtheria is a bacteria-borne illness, spread through direct physical contact or from breathing in the aerosolized secretions from coughs or sneezes of infected individuals.

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  • Trump tries to deliver a health care promise
Trump tries to deliver a health care promise

But it's not immediately clear whether the new proposal from the Labor Department will fulfill President Donald Trump's long-standing promise to promote competition across the country. Officials said the updated total for 2018 reflects the share of people who either canceled their plan selections at the last minute or dropped coverage after they we...

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  • Baltimore Schools Closed Thursday After Outrage Over Frigid Classrooms
Baltimore Schools Closed Thursday After Outrage Over Frigid Classrooms

Indoor temperatures grew so cold that one student alleged that she couldn't feel her feet. The former Jets linebacker is now an elementary school teacher and is spreading awareness about the lack of heating in several Baltimore public schools amid an increasingly harsh winter.

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  • Intercepted missile proof Iran backs Yemen rebels, says Saudi Arabia
Intercepted missile proof Iran backs Yemen rebels, says Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has accused Iran of backing the Houthis with weapons and expertise, and the kingdom has led an global coalition that includes the United States in fighting the rebels. A spokesman for the Saudi-led military alliance fighting the Houthis in Yemen did not immediately respond to a request for further details. Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabi...

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  • Governor Cooper Declares State Of Emergency For Eastern NC
Governor Cooper Declares State Of Emergency For Eastern NC

They frequently occur in North America when cold air over North America interacts with the warm air over the ocean water from the Atlantic but they have also been reported in eastern Asia and South America. Both were from Bear Creek. Even if only a small amount of snow falls overnight, it's likely to stick because of the cold temperatures, accord...

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  • Trump credits his firmness for potential Korea talks, signals Olympic concession
Trump credits his firmness for potential Korea talks, signals Olympic concession

During their 20-minute communication, liaison officials of the two Koreas exchanged their names and examined their communication lines to make sure they were working, according to Seoul's Unification Ministry. South Korean opposition parties struck a cautious note , warning against making concessions to the North to secure its Olympic participatio...

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  • Extreme Cold Warning Issued
Extreme Cold Warning Issued

Environment Canada says the daytime high today will top out at - 16 C with an overnight low of - 25 C, though the wind chill may make it feel like - 36. Environment Canada says anyone who goes outside should cover up. Hamilton has been hammered with cold weather warnings since the end of last month.

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  • Polk girl, 11, using phone, headphones before train killed her
Polk girl, 11, using phone, headphones before train killed her

Polk County detectives investigating the death said the conductor blew the train horn and started braking when he saw the girl attempting to cross the tracks. Polk County Schools Superintendent Jacqueline Byrd said Yazmin loved school and she was dedicated to her studies. The Amtrack passenger train, with 12 passenger cars and two engines, was tr...

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  • 'Don't fear death,' Xi Jinping exhorts the Chinese military
'Don't fear death,' Xi Jinping exhorts the Chinese military

In what is being called a rare address directed to the Chinese military, President Xi Jinping called on the PLA to "fear neither hardship nor death" fighting for the country. It's reported about 4000 troops gathered in other locations across China to hear the address. But concerns have grown as Beijing has imposed increasingly assertive claims to v...

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  • NYC Will Install 1500 New Barriers to Protect Pedestrians From Cars
NYC Will Install 1500 New Barriers to Protect Pedestrians From Cars

He also referred to the attack at Times Square in May, when a Navy veteran allegedly ploughed through a crowded pavement, killing a teenage tourist and injuring 22 others. "Most people here have everything pretty well taken, in loose furniture and things like that, so it shouldn't be too much of an impact on the homes themselves, the beach is going...

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  • School closings Friday due to inclement weather
School closings Friday due to inclement weather

The district also made sure to warm school buildings snf leave pipes dripping to keep them from bursting, and they shut off irrigation systems for fear sidewalks could get icy. 12-Month employees are code 2. Orangeburg school districts 3, 4 and 5 will be closed Friday. Administrative offices will open at 10:00 a.m. One of the main reasons the d...

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  • Trump's plaintiff cry to Bannon, Wolff - Shut up or I'll sue
Trump's plaintiff cry to Bannon, Wolff - Shut up or I'll sue

You can buy it (and read it) tomorrow. "Thank you, Mr. President". The West Wing houses the president's Oval Office and the offices of his closest aides. Gingrich told reporters Thursday, "Well, I think Bannon has lost his mind, so that was an accurate tweet". President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Republican senators about imm...

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  • Iran's long history of protest and civil unrest
Iran's long history of protest and civil unrest

Peek's comments come as the president and high-level officials in the Trump administration voice support for protesters in Iran. The demonstrations against President Hassan Rouhani's government spread to dozens of other cities, including Qom, Isfahan, Zahedan and Tehran .

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  • Trump Administration Moving to Vastly Expand Offshore Drilling
Trump Administration Moving to Vastly Expand Offshore Drilling

Zinke emphasized that "this is a draft program". In developing the National OCS Program , the Secretary is required to achieve an appropriate balance among the potential for environmental impacts, for discovery of oil and gas, and for adverse effects on the coastal zone.

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  • Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman sues Moore for defamation
Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman sues Moore for defamation

Moore and his campaign committee was hard, but they need to be held responsible for their actions", Corfman said in a written statement to AL.com. Brett Doster, a spokesman for Moore, responded to the suit by telling the Post , "We look forward to transparently discussing these matters in a court of law".

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  • Trump lawyer threatens Bannon with legal action over explosive comments to author
Trump lawyer threatens Bannon with legal action over explosive comments to author

But it is the U.S. president himself that is cast in the most unfavorable light - by a series of his top aides. Trump's lawyers sent Wolff and his publisher cease and desist letters, as they had to Bannon. Splinter's David Uberti pointed out that press critics repeatedly questioned the specifics in Wolff's 1998 book "Burn Rate", and that in his s...

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  • No matter the laws, result is always abuse: Snowden on Aadhaar breach
No matter the laws, result is always abuse: Snowden on Aadhaar breach

The UIDAI reiterates that the grievance redressal search facility gives only limited access to the name and other details and has no access to biometric details. Some anonymous groups were created on WhatsApp who began by targeting over 3-lakh village-level enterprises (VLEs) contracted by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (M...

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  • Friday outlook: A heaping helping of cold weather, blowing snow
Friday outlook: A heaping helping of cold weather, blowing snow

Very cold wind chills expected. Travelers taking this route should expect to encounter very hard winter storm to white-out conditions at times. For the start of the day any precipitation will likely fall as rain, but surface temperatures will still be below freezing due to the consistent hard freeze for the last 2 weeks.

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  • Horrific Train Crash In Free State
Horrific Train Crash In Free State

The train, operated by Shosholoza Meyl, was travelling from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg when the collision happened at around 9:15am local time. "A fire had broken out in one of the carriages and had begun to spread", Meiring said in a statement.

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  • Iguanas falling from trees in frigid Florida
Iguanas falling from trees in frigid Florida

If you do find one and want to help, "put then over to the side if you feel comfortable to put them in the sun or put them off the road so you're not running them over", Maple said. This cold snap - unlike one that shocked Florida in 2010 - isn't long enough to kill the reptiles (or Burmese Pythons, another nuisance reptile). "Although these turt...

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  • Iran Accuses the United States of Protests Interference
Iran Accuses the United States of Protests Interference

The US ambassador to the United Nations called on the worldwide community to speak out on the unfolding protests in Iran, saying Washington will push for emergency UN talks on the situation. Another US official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said there were indications that could point towards a potential missile launch "sooner rather th...

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  • Turkey opposes any 'unconstitutional' move in Iran
Turkey opposes any 'unconstitutional' move in Iran

A source in Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's office said he discussed the week-long unrest in Iran during a telephone call with Rouhani . He also welcomed Rouhani's remarks on urging the public to not violate their country's laws while exercising their right to peaceful protests.

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  • EU Reaffirms Death Penalty Opposition Following Israeli Legislation
EU Reaffirms Death Penalty Opposition Following Israeli Legislation

The E.U.is opposing Israel's push to pass a bill that would expand death penalty sentences in the country. If the amendment is adopted, a majority verdict would suffice. "This means Israel can't sentence Palestinian prisoners to death under the provision of the Fourth Geneva Convention relating to the treatment of prisoners of war", he explained.

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  • Hot air balloon crash kills tourist in Luxor, Egypt
Hot air balloon crash kills tourist in Luxor, Egypt

It is understood tourists of various nationalities were on board. According to Egyptian local news outlet Ahram Online , the dead tourist was a US citizen. Tourists often take early morning hot air balloon rides over the city and the ancient Egyptian temples and relics in neighbouring areas. In 2015, at least 19 people, majority Asian and Europe...

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