• Turkish Soccer fan rents crane to beat stadium ban
Turkish Soccer fan rents crane to beat stadium ban

So, when a Turkish fan was banned to enter the football stadium for 12 months, he went to "great heights" to watch the match - quite literally! He got on top of the crane by the 75th minute but was not able to watch the match till the end.

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  • DOJ Files Complaints Against 11 Caravan Members for Illegal Entry
DOJ Files Complaints Against 11 Caravan Members for Illegal Entry

Hector Garza, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council, shares insight on 'Your World.' Nearly a dozen people suspected of traveling through Mexico to the USA border as part of the immigrant "caravan" from Central America are now facing new complaints for immigration-related violations, including entering the US illegally.

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  • Free beer returning to Busch Gardens this summer
Free beer returning to Busch Gardens this summer

Other freebies will include Founders All Day IPA , M.I.A 305, Miller Light, Bud Light, Shock Top and Yuengling. Starting on May 1, guests can get two free beers from the Garden Gate Cafe every time they go to Busch Gardens . The park opened in 1959 was originally a promotion for Anheuser-Busch featuring samples and Clydesdales. Numerous beer-re...

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  • Russian fighter intercepts Navy plane over Baltic Sea
Russian fighter intercepts Navy plane over Baltic Sea

The Russian fighter jet was an SU-27, while the U.S. Navy spy plane was a Navy P-8 maritime surveillance plane. The incident, which occurred earlier Tuesday, comes after a similar close encounter between a US military jet and a Russian military aircraft in January.

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  • North Texas mother convicted in hot car deaths of 2 toddlers
North Texas mother convicted in hot car deaths of 2 toddlers

The toddlers had refused to get out of the vehicle at the family's home in Weatherford, Texas, and Randolph chose to leave them in there to "teach them a lesson". Cynthia Marie Randolph and her toddlers Cavanaugh Ramirez and Juliet Ramirez. She believed that Juliet would be able to let herself out and bring her brother with her so she went into t...

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  • All the students in 150 UP schools flunk board exams
All the students in 150 UP schools flunk board exams

The board exam result for class 12 students in Punjab was announced on April 23, 2018 . "Apart from it, there is a possibility of only a dozen or so students appearing from such schools so we will decide on the fate of all such educational institutes when the board will reopen", said Neena Srivastava, Secretary, UPSEB, to Times of India .

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  • Blasts kill around 20 in northeast Nigeria's Mubi - Adamawa police commissioner
Blasts kill around 20 in northeast Nigeria's Mubi - Adamawa police commissioner

Earlier, more than 50 armed people reportedly invaded the Mbadwen village in Benue State and burned it down, leaving at least 35 people killed. A police officer stands at the scene of a bombing after at least 20 people were killed when a young female suicide bomber detonated her explosives at a bus station in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria, on June...

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  • Dust storm in Nebraska triggers 29-vehicle pile-up
Dust storm in Nebraska triggers 29-vehicle pile-up

The pileup shut down a two mile stretch of I-80 from Exit 332 to Exit 330. Blowing dust was blamed for causing a crash involving more than 20 vehicles that killed one person and closed part of Interstate 80 in central Nebraska on Sunday afternoon.

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  • Brokenshire appointed new Housing Secretary as Javid moves to Home Office
Brokenshire appointed new Housing Secretary as Javid moves to Home Office

He was also a minister at the Home Office, and before becoming an MP, he practised law for 13 years at a major global law firm. James Brokenshire is the MP for Old Bexley & Sidcup and was the Northern Ireland Secretary until January when he had to resign to received treatment to remove a lung tumor, which was fortunately successful.

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  • Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians: Head-to-head and probable XI
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians: Head-to-head and probable XI

RCB who were one of the strongest teams on paper before the start of IPL , once again find themselves in a sticky wicket and will have to win most of their remaining games to qualify for the playoffs. With a better all-round performance so far, Mumbai hold the edge going into the game this evening. However, it won't be easy for either of the side...

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  • Labour Day being observed in Pakistan
Labour Day being observed in Pakistan

Labour is just not a person who work in the factories or at construction sites but also every individual who works in MNC and seats in front of the computer. They sought an eight-hour day movement - eight hours of work, eight hours for recreation and eight hours of rest. The day is also known as "Antarrashtriya Shramik Diwas", and is an importan...

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  • BJP leader Nirmal Singh quits as J&K Deputy CM
BJP leader Nirmal Singh quits as J&K Deputy CM

The party is replacing Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh , considered close to Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti , with Speaker Kavinder Gupta, a long-term loyalist of the party and RSS. BJP MLA from Doda Shakti Raj in order to take oath as a minister of state. Jammu & Kashmir can have a maximum of 25 ministers, including the Chief Minist...

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  • Tripura CM to Campaign in Karnataka
Tripura CM to Campaign in Karnataka

Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has been invited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend a meeting in the National Capital on May 2 , a senior official said today. The Chief Minister had recently stated that the internet and satellite communication existed during the Mahabharata era . Biplab Deb has also been accused of trivialisin...

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  • North Korean defectors say unification requires closing a cultural chasm
North Korean defectors say unification requires closing a cultural chasm

Lee Sung-yoon: Well North Korea keeps saying "denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" instead of "North Korea", and that has a specific meaning in North Korean parlance. A photograph released by North Korea on Sunday and clicked on Friday shows Ri Sol Ju (right), wife of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un, and Kim Jung-sook, wife of South Korea's...

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  • Sao Paulo fire: Brazil building hit by huge inferno - people trapped inside
Sao Paulo fire: Brazil building hit by huge inferno - people trapped inside

ET), according to a Sao Paulo Fire Department spokesman. Despite an earlier message posted on the department's official Twitter account suggesting that one person had been spotted calling for help on the building's upper floors, the spokesman said the department does not expect any deaths or injuries.

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  • Netanyahu speaks with world leaders about Iran's n-programme
Netanyahu speaks with world leaders about Iran's n-programme

The US along with five other global powers struck a deal with Iran in 2015 to curb the country's nuclear programme. The White House is calling it a "clerical error". Iran has denied ever seeking nuclear weapons and accuses its arch-foe Israel of stirring up world suspicions against it. Iranian officials have said that if the deal is cancel...

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  • Switzerland: Four skiers dead after caught in Swiss Alps storm
Switzerland: Four skiers dead after caught in Swiss Alps storm

Valais police spokesman Markus Rieder said they were unprepared for the high winds, snow and cold and were forced to spend the night outdoors. Two Italian couples — aged in their mid-40s and mid-50s — also died from hypothermia after being evacuated to the hospital in a rescue operation involving seven helicopters.

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  • Ethics Centre tasked with conducting Australian cricket culture review
Ethics Centre tasked with conducting Australian cricket culture review

David Warner has been one of the stalwarts of Australian cricket , who has been pivotal to a number of Aussie triumphs in all three formats of the game. In the aftermath of these two scuffles, many in Australian cricket circles urged for wholesome changes in the team's characteristics. However player behaviour has popped up as a regular talking...

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  • Senator John McCain writes 'This is my last term' in upcoming book
Senator John McCain writes 'This is my last term' in upcoming book

McCain, 81, revealed last July that he had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer after a blood clot procedure revealed a malignant tumor. "I'm freer than my colleagues who will have to face the voters, I can say what I think, and not really worry about the consequences".

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  • Vice President Pence visits the southern border in Calexico, Mexico
Vice President Pence visits the southern border in Calexico, Mexico

Vice President Mike Pence says 250 California National Guard troops are on their way to the Mexican border. "It represents the kind of new border wall measures that we will be implementing", he said. He discussed during his speech the so-called caravan of migrants that arrived at the San Ysidro port of entry on Monday, an occurrence that "cries out...

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  • Malaysia Jails Man For Publishing Fake News
Malaysia Jails Man For Publishing Fake News

The judge had fined Sulaiman RM10,000 (~$2,549) but because he could not afford the fine, he opted for a one-month jail term instead. When appealing to reduce his sentence, the man who was unrepresented, said he regretted his mistake and apologised to the court, saying he had come to Malaysia to travel and did not know the country had an anti-f...

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  • Cosby loses university honorary degree after sexual assault verdict
Cosby loses university honorary degree after sexual assault verdict

Cosby was released on bail until his sentencing, but authorities have taken away his passport and he must remain in his home nearby to the Philadelphia Courthouse. The verdict came on Thursday afternoon on the second day of jury deliberations. "I believe that it's essential he spend time in jail and it wouldn't break my heart to see him spend t...

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  • Maxine Waters: Republicans are scared that Trump will 'take them down'
Maxine Waters: Republicans are scared that Trump will 'take them down'

The year of Cheney's assumption to Congress was a good one for Republicans, as they took control of both chambers of Congress and the White House . "They're scared that this president is going to take them down eventually", she continued. The concern bridges the gap between moderate and conservative wings of the party, with Freedom Caucus chairman...

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  • Body of child swept away in Outer Banks found
Body of child swept away in Outer Banks found

Wesley's mother Lindsey frantically looked for him after he was swept into the ocean, and spotted him briefly. A four-year-old boy was swept away by a "rogue wave" in Kitty Hawk , North Carolina on April 25 was discovered almost 34 miles away on Carova Beach , North Carolina on April 30.

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  • Level UN team arrives in Myanmar to probe Rohingya crisis
Level UN team arrives in Myanmar to probe Rohingya crisis

Ambassadors from the U.N. Security Council probing Myanmar's crisis over its ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority met Monday with the country's leader and military chief after visiting Bangladesh, where about 700,000 Rohingya who fled military-led violence live in refugee camps.

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