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However, the airline is yet to be granted permission to land in Doha, explained Saudi Arabia Airlines Director-General Saleh Al Jasser. Qatar's Foreign Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, said the move was "politically motivated", but that it was a step forward in relations.
  • You can adopt a dog, cat or other animal for $20

    You can adopt a dog, cat or other animal for $20

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    ClearThe Shelters Day is this Saturday. Participating shelters will lower adoption fees to $10 for dogs and cats . There are more than 13,000 animal shelters in the USA, with nearly 2.6 million pets, most of whom will be euthanized, if a forever family is not found.
  • Police say man confessed to killing younger sister, 2 cousins

    Police say man confessed to killing younger sister, 2 cousins

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    No information has been released about how old the children were and if they were related. A family member discovered the bodies inside the Clinton home off Brooke Jane Drive, just after 7:30 a.m. Police representative Jennifer Donelan said a grown-up relative returned home to locate the three adolescents with injury to their bodies. Starting at a Friday evening public interview, police still weren't discharging the names of the kids, or how they were connected.
  • Powerball Tops $535 Million Entering Weekend

    Powerball Tops $535 Million Entering Weekend

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    Demand for the hottest tickets in town has pushed the Powerball lottery prize even higher. For an extra $1 per play, you can choose Power Play to increase your non-jackpot winnings which will be multiplied by the drawing's Power Play number.
  • United States to Launch NK Invasion Drill During Solar Eclipse

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    The Republic of Korea and United States Combined Forces Command will begin the annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise on August 21 and will be continued through - August 31, 2017. Earlier on Tuesday, North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has delayed a decision on Guam attack while he waits to see what US does next, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Seoul would seek to prevent war by all means.
  • HIV+ rape survivor in Bihar taking care of her baby

    HIV+ rape survivor in Bihar taking care of her baby

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    The victim was operated upon on Thursday morning and delivered the baby through C-section. Her uncle was arrested soon afterwards but a local court refused to grant the child an abortion, saying it was too risky at such a late stage. The parents of the 10-year old girl, are now looking for ways to put the baby up for adoption as they're anxious about the stigma. India has a grim record of sexual assaults on minors with 20,000 cases of rape or sexual assaults reported in 2015, according to ...
  • Naked man dies after plunge from Los Angeles crane

    Naked man dies after plunge from Los Angeles crane

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    Port worker Liz Guardado-Nicosia told CBS LA that authorities cordoned off portions of the port and told employees to stay put as they dealt with the man. The suspect, wearing a Lakers jersey, then left the vehicle and ascended a set of stairs that led up to a shipping crane. At various times he was seen dancing around and lounging on his back before stripping off his clothes.
  • Turkey shares grief of Sierra Leone's mudslide victims

    Turkey shares grief of Sierra Leone's mudslide victims

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    Citi FM has also launched a drive for relief items to support victims of Sierra Leone's mudslide and flooding disaster. President Ernest Bai Koroma urged residents of the town of Regent and other flooded areas around Freetown to evacuate immediately so that military personnel and other rescue workers could continue to search for survivors who might be buried underneath debris.
  • Trump accuses Graham of distorting Charlottesville protestor remarks

    Trump accuses Graham of distorting Charlottesville protestor remarks

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    A woman was killed and 19 other people injured in Charlottesville on Saturday when a suspected white supremacist drove his vehicle into a group of counter-protesters. "What happened in Charlottesville this weekend is completely disgusting, and I've got zero tolerance for white supremacists and for any group or ideology that champions discrimination, racism and violence", said Rep.
  • SA police issue 'red alert' for Mrs Mugabe amid diplomatic exit talks

    SA police issue 'red alert' for Mrs Mugabe amid diplomatic exit talks

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    Minister Fikile Mbalula explains: "We, in terms of the South African police, we have already put tabs on the borders in relation to her leaving the country, so there's no question about that". After suggestions Mrs Mugabe had fled South Africa , police also confirmed on Wednesday she was still in the country. He said Ms Engels was suffering "secondary trauma" from the growing attention on the case.
  • Michael Moore Took His Broadway Audience to Protest at Trump Tower

    Michael Moore Took His Broadway Audience to Protest at Trump Tower

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    Ruffalo took to Instagram to record a message to his followers, explaining that he and Moore, along with his Broadway audience were "going to walk the next three blocks down to Trump Tower to get as close as we can so he can hear us". "That's a very powerful and uncomfortable anecdote that you share", Lemon said, "and people will think that you're comparing Trump voters to racists, I mean, to to, rapists".
  • Woman survives weeks in woods after hunting camp burglarized

    Woman survives weeks in woods after hunting camp burglarized

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    Theris was facing a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge in Coffee County at the time of her disappearance , court records show, but Faulkner said there as "no way" she made up the tale of living in the woods to avoid prosecution. The two men, Manley Davis and Randall Oswald , have since been captured and charged. "So when I got word she was found alive, my whole world flipped upside down again".
  • Sierra Leone issues plea for help as mudslide death toll rises

    Sierra Leone issues plea for help as mudslide death toll rises

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    Sierra Leone's national broadcaster interrupted its regular programming to show scenes of people trying to retrieve their loved ones' bodies. President Koroma urged residents of flooded areas to evacuate immediately to make way for military personnel and other rescue workers combing through the debris.
  • Portugal: Tree falls killing 11 at Madeira festival

    Portugal: Tree falls killing 11 at Madeira festival

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    Ten people were killed instantly and two dead at the hospitals. Among the wounded there are five foreigners - French, German, Hungarian and Dutch, according to AFP . Miguel Albuquerque, the head of the regional government of Madeira , declared three days of mourning for the victims. At least 35 people were injured, local media reported.
  • Order would cut flood planning for new structures

    Order would cut flood planning for new structures

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    Before the 2015 order , federal agencies usually relied on historical data for predicting vulnerability to flooding instead of on future projections of sea-level rise. into " a fossil fuel buildout that locks America into climate catastrophe ". Separately a White House spokesman said the order would set a two-year goal for completing permits needed on major infrastructure plans, and create a "one Federal decision" protocol for big projects.
  • Anthony Scaramucci, 'the Mooch', tells all to Stephen Colbert

    Anthony Scaramucci, 'the Mooch', tells all to Stephen Colbert

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    Colbert followed up by asking if he believed Bannon would be "gone in a week". The departure of his inter-office ally, Reince Priebus , has made him lonelier still. "So you're comedically threatening to kill people who work for me?" "Whatever you think about me, I was pretty open how I felt about people". "Steve Bannon, Sebastian Gorka and Stephen Miller have long embraced the views of white supremacists, white nationalists and Neo-Nazis".
  • Pyongyang challenge: Should US shoot Kim's missiles down?

    Pyongyang challenge: Should US shoot Kim's missiles down?

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    While Congress could pass a law banning Trump from taking military action against North Korea without Congressional approval, that's unlikely to happen with Republicans controlling the House and Senate. Trump has said he will not allow Pyongyang to develop a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the United States . Mr Mattis warned the USA and its allies would win any arms race or conflict with the rogue state - and called on Mr Kim's regime to "stand down its pursuit of nuclear weapons".
  • Tropical Storm 'Gert' Forms in the Atlantic

    Tropical Storm 'Gert' Forms in the Atlantic

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    Gert has sustained winds of 40mph and gusts up to 50mph. The Invest then encountered more favorable conditions with less wind shear and dry air over the weekend, allowing it to strengthen to Depression Eight Saturday night, and then into a weak tropical storm on Sunday.
  • White House figures plotting against Donald Trump: Scaramucci

    White House figures plotting against Donald Trump: Scaramucci

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    Mr Scaramucci said the events should be called terrorism and that the President needed to be "much harsher as it related to the white supremacists" in his statement on the violence. A photograph shows Fields standing among members of Vanguard America, a group associated with the white supremacy movement, although the organization has denied that he's a member.