• Hawaii shark bite victim previously attacked by bear, snake
Hawaii shark bite victim previously attacked by bear, snake

McWilliams rated the bear as the worst bite: "I woke up and the bear had the back of my head and was just dragging me away.it was pretty scary", he told RNZ. 'I was very afraid for my life, ' he said. I thought I was blind'. "I guess I was just in the wrong spot at the wrong time", he said. And certainly not after he was bitten by a rattlesnake...

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  • United States of America set up Czech Fed Cup final
United States of America set up Czech Fed Cup final

Madison Keys predicted "a crazy" Fed Cup final against the Czech Republic after seeing off Pauline Parmentier to fire the United States past France in yesterday's semi-final. The US will face the Czech Republic in the finals, held in November 10-11. With last year's win, Rinaldi became the first Captain since Marty Riessen in 1986 to win the Fed...

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  • UAE accuses Qatari fighters of flying dangerously close to civilian aircraft
UAE accuses Qatari fighters of flying dangerously close to civilian aircraft

The Airbus, arriving from Dammam airport to Abu Dhabi, was carrying dozens of passengers while flying over worldwide waters on the Bahrain flight information region and fulfilling all necessary procedures. "This incident constitutes a clear violation of worldwide regulations, threatens the safety and integrity of global air traffic, poses serious r...

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  • Trump Says North Korea Agreed To Denuclearize - But That's Not True
Trump Says North Korea Agreed To Denuclearize - But That's Not True

Mr. Pompeo's chat with Mr. Kim was meant to lay the groundwork for a highly anticipated face-to-face meeting between Mr. Trump and the North Korean leader. "This has been a 25-year saga" with the North Korean regime, Corker said, but he added that he is glad the meetings are taking place. Wondering exactly what denuclearization methods to both si...

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  • At least four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash
At least four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash

Four British people have died and 12 others have been injured on their way back from Mecca (pictured) for a religious pilgrimage. A Foreign Office (FCO) spokesman confirmed there were United Kingdom fatalities among the victims. "We pray that god blesses them and their family". Abdul Qureshi, CEO of Lancashire Council of Mosques, said: "This is...

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  • Napoli throw Serie A race wide open
Napoli throw Serie A race wide open

While Juve will manage to toast a seventh straight Scudetto if they can win their last four games, their run-in looks tricky, with Inter and Roma providing opposition in the league, while AC Milan await in the Coppa Italia final. Maurizio Sarri claims he was defending the honour of Naples by directing a rude gesture at Juventus supporters fro...

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  • White House says considering additional sanctions on Russian Federation
White House says considering additional sanctions on Russian Federation

But the voting public has lost its appetite for this bloody dish, and so Hillary Clinton - the Democrats' Nikki Haley - lost to Donald Trump , as did the dozen or so heirs of Bush in the GOP primaries. Next day, the Trump Administration pointedly announced it was holding off on new sanctions against Moscow. Ever since she was appointed as Envo...

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  • Kane Gamble: 2-Year Sentence for Teen's Cyber Crimes Against US
Kane Gamble: 2-Year Sentence for Teen's Cyber Crimes Against US

Other victims working under President Barack Obama included James Clapper, the director of national intelligence; the deputy national security adviser Avril Haines; the senior science and technology adviser John Holdren; the secretary of homeland security, Jeh Johnson, and Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Amy Hess.

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  • Authorities accepting unwanted medication on national drug collection day
Authorities accepting unwanted medication on national drug collection day

At the conclusion of the event, the Kentucky State Police will seal the drug disposal boxes in accordance with agency policy and procedure and store them until turned over to the DEA. The Osage County Sheriff's Office is joining other law enforcement officials across the state in collecting unused leftover medications for safe disposal on National ...

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  • At least 30 killed in attack on ID registration centre in Kabul
At least 30 killed in attack on ID registration centre in Kabul

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah and the United Nations mission in the county strongly condemned the attack, for which the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group has claimed responsibility. Gunmen Tuesday attacked a voter registration center in the central province of Ghor, kidnapping three election workers and two polic...

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  • Surat rape case: 11-year-old bought as bonded labourer
Surat rape case: 11-year-old bought as bonded labourer

Gurjar allegedly started raping the mother and the child, both of whom were kept locked up in his three-storey house in Surat. The Gujarat Police are investigating a possible human trafficking angle after the body of a woman, who was reported missing 20 days ago, was recovered four days after the girl's body was found on April 6.

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  • Kathua girl's sedation, rape confirmed by medical experts: J&K Police
Kathua girl's sedation, rape confirmed by medical experts: J&K Police

That is wrong. Rule of law stands on the highest pedestal. "We are only concerned with ensuring a fair trial and protecting the victims". "And that's not restricted to just this case", he added. The bench asked the JHCBA and BCI, among others, to file their affidavits by April 24. However, the CJI responded that regardless of the background, th...

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  • Opposition launches unprecedented step for impeachment of CJI
Opposition launches unprecedented step for impeachment of CJI

The third charge in the motion said Justice Misra "appears to have" antedated an administrative order dated November 6, 2017, which amounted to a serious act of forgery/fabrication. "We will decide at that time (of the decision). And I hope this convention will not be violated", Sibal was quoted as saying by the Indian publication.

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  • There's still time to see the Lyrid meteor shower
There's still time to see the Lyrid meteor shower

In order to witness the annual event, viewers should head outdoors when it's dark, lie on their back, and wait at least a half hour to adjust to the darkness, Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office, previously told Newsweek .

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  • Maker of Failed Southwest Airlines Engine Calls for Closer Inspections
Maker of Failed Southwest Airlines Engine Calls for Closer Inspections

Seven others were treated for minor injuries. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause of the engine explosion. But they were only in the air for 20 minutes before the flight experienced engine failure . One of the first female F-18 pilots, before her time as a successful commercial airline pilot she served as a Navy...

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  • Neo-Nazis, anti-fascists square off at rally in Newnan, Ga
Neo-Nazis, anti-fascists square off at rally in Newnan, Ga

The real story of Saturday, April 21, was not how approximately 36 neo-Nazis rallied in Greenville Street Park and walked down Main Street in Newnan, but how the small Georgia city came together to fight darkness with light and hatred with love.

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  • Kathua victim's father hopeful as death penalty approved for raping minors
Kathua victim's father hopeful as death penalty approved for raping minors

The matter was highlighted after the first report by the Forensic Science Laboratory, dated January 30, in the Kathua rape and murder case started doing rounds on the print as well as the electronic media. The investigating agency is also likely to submit a supplementary chargesheet in connection with the case soon. Section 376 (D) deals with g...

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  • Chemical weapons inspectors reach Douma to probe gas attack
Chemical weapons inspectors reach Douma to probe gas attack

A team from the chemical weapons watching the OPCW has taken samples for examination from the scene of a suspected attack in Syria . "The OPCW will evaluate the situation and consider further steps, including another visit to the Duma, to collect samples for analysis in connection with allegations of use of chemical weapons on 7 April 20...

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  • Angela Merkel stresses importance of free trade
Angela Merkel stresses importance of free trade

President Donald Trump took office last year and forced Canada and Mexico to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, which went into effect in 1994. They had wanted to add farm products, more services, investment and government procurement, and include provisions on labour standards and environmental protection.

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  • Police in Armenia detain opposition leaders, protesters
Police in Armenia detain opposition leaders, protesters

Hours after Prime Minister Serzh Sarksyan stormed out of talks with him, anti-government protest leader Nikol Pashinyan has been detained on Sunday. "It is of utmost importance that all parties involved show restraint and act responsibly". Opposition supporters have criticised the 63-year-old leader over poverty, corruption and the influence of p...

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  • France's Macron suggests Trump can not 'make war' against everybody
France's Macron suggests Trump can not 'make war' against everybody

And we are not part of the classical political system". "We will have to build a new Syria after war and that is why I think the USA role is very important..." "I think he's a very strong man, he's a strong president". He has until 12 May to decide whether to restore United States sanctions against Iran. They will also hold talks about the jo...

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  • Munster's smiling assassin Conor Murray could halt Racing
Munster's smiling assassin Conor Murray could halt Racing

Carter has spoken of a desire to win the main club prize in Europe and will get his chance in the decider against another Irish club, Leinster, in Bilbao on May 12. The Parisians got off to a flying start as they played through a number of phases before Vakatawa found space and played in Thomas, who dotted down in the corner.

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  • United States level, Czechs 2-0 up in Germany
United States level, Czechs 2-0 up in Germany

Barbora Strycova and Katerina Siniakova clinched the doubles dead rubber after Goerges, paired with Anna-Lena Groenefeld, retired injured at the end of the first set, which the Germans lost 7-5. Australia's number one and 19th-ranked Ashleigh Barty had set up the victory with her second convincing win of the weekend, downing Lesley Kerkhove 6-4, 6-...

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  • In India, child rape now attracts death penalty
In India, child rape now attracts death penalty

In case of gang rape of a girl below 12 years, punishment will be jail for life or death sentence. The ordinance also raises the minimum punishment for rape of women from seven years to ten years, which could extend to life imprisonment. Despite the low conviction rates, recently four Indian states, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Arunacha...

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  • Miller County deputy identified in deadly crash Friday
Miller County deputy identified in deadly crash Friday

Shoemate was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the vehicle was wearing a seatbelt and was not hurt. The Miller County Sheriff's Department is mourning the death of a deputy Friday night in a vehicle crash. The Missouri Highway Patrol said the accident happened about 1:05 a.m. on southbound Highway 61 north of Front Street. The motorcy...

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