• Two babysitters have been arrested
Two babysitters have been arrested

Then, the video showed a girl holding the infant as someone said: "See, she's OK!" That's why they arrested and charged two juveniles with assault, child endangerment, and battery with a risky weapon. "I'm traumatized from that. I don't want anyone near my child anymore", the child's mother, who was identified as Bonnie. "I think it was all fooli...

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  • I am a victim of political conspiracy, says Tejashwi
I am a victim of political conspiracy, says Tejashwi

Yadav who started his three-day Jan Samvad Yatra to meet the people of Bihar to discuss the effect of Kumar's withdrawal from the grand alliance accused him of breaking people's trust by forging an alliance with BJP . Nitish Kumar revived his alliance with the BJP against the opinion of Sharad Yadav . "Kumar's unilateral decision to walk o...

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  • Palaniswami, Panneerselvam Move Towards Merger But Many Bumps Remain
Palaniswami, Panneerselvam Move Towards Merger But Many Bumps Remain

The resolution, signed by the office-bearers including Palaniswami, was released to the media after the meet. Alleging that the Chief Minister has indulging in anti-party activities, he said "they don't even know that they have committed a mistake by using the letterhead of the AIADMK ".

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  • NASA warns: Keep a wary eye on those glasses
NASA warns: Keep a wary eye on those glasses

SHAPIRO: If people can't get to the path of totality , what will this eclipse be like for people who might get a partial but not total eclipse? For more details and Cheapflights.com's complete scoop on the top five 2017 eclipse boom towns, head to www.cheapflights.com/news/best-eclipse-watching-towns .

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  • North Korea says it has released Canadian detainee
North Korea says it has released Canadian detainee

News of the release of 62-year-old Hyeon Soo Lim - also known as Rim Hyon Su -comes just hours after a high-level Canadian delegation, led by the prime minister's national security adviser, had arrived in the country in the hope of intervening in his case.

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  • Opioid crisis: Here's Trump's plan to 'fight this deadly epidemic' and 'win'
Opioid crisis: Here's Trump's plan to 'fight this deadly epidemic' and 'win'

The president reflected, for example, on preventing addiction by stopping the problem before it starts. U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said the administration was still working to devise "a comprehensive strategy" to be presented to Trump "in the near future".

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  • Nagasaki commemorates 72nd anniversary of A-bombing
Nagasaki commemorates 72nd anniversary of A-bombing

Taue's remarks came at a time when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) have been eyeing making Japan's first-ever postwar amendment to the pacifist charter. Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue (2nd R) and other representatives carry wreaths for the United States atomic bomb victims during a ceremony at the Pe...

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  • BMW Plows Into Group Of French Soldiers In Suspected Terror Attack
BMW Plows Into Group Of French Soldiers In Suspected Terror Attack

The driver of the vehicle died in the attempted attack on the famous Paris avenue, which was the scene of two terror attacks in the space of three months. "I heard a loud sound, shouts". Police have been more cautious about assigning a motive, saying only that the driver appeared to have acted deliberately.

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  • Sarah Harding speaks about her 'falling out' with ex-bandmate Cheryl
Sarah Harding speaks about her 'falling out' with ex-bandmate Cheryl

As he leaves the group, things get heated and take a personal turn pretty quickly, with insults being thrown around left right and centre. The heated argument began to erupt after Sarah asks why Jemma is "having a go" and claims there are "too many f**king two-faced people".

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  • Solar eclipse will impact thousands of solar arrays around US
Solar eclipse will impact thousands of solar arrays around US

On average, solar eclipses of one kind or another happen about two to four times per year somewhere across the planet. Thirty counties in SC, including Edgefield, are within the path of totality. For the first time in almost four decades, a total solar eclipse will be visible to parts of the continental United States on August 21. The last ti...

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  • Most Americans support using United States troops if North Korea invades South
Most Americans support using United States troops if North Korea invades South

He also shared a post from Fox & Friends reporting that USA spy satellites have detected North Korea moving anti-ship cruise missiles to a patrol boat. Earlier on Tuesday, Japan's Defence Ministry said "It is conceivable that North Korea's nuclear weapons programme has already considerably advanced and it is possible that North Korea has alread...

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  • Iranian drone flies within feet of U.S. aircraft in Arabian Gulf
Iranian drone flies within feet of U.S. aircraft in Arabian Gulf

The drone "created a collision hazard", U.S. Naval Forces Central Command said, adding that the actions were "not in keeping with maritime customs and laws". In recent months, USA jets operating in Syria have shot down armed Iranian drones that moved too close to American ground troops. The Persian Gulf is often the site of run-ins between USA ...

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  • Congress filed complaint of cross-voting with Returning Officer: Ahmed Patel
Congress filed complaint of cross-voting with Returning Officer: Ahmed Patel

The senior leader of Gujarat Congress , Vaghela had allegedly quit after the party decided of not projecting him as a chief ministerial candidate. The stay of the of lawmakers was also marked by Income Tax raids on wealthy Karnataka Minister D Shivakumar, who had been tasked with arranging lodging for them.

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  • ASEAN, China adopt framework for South China Sea code of conduct
ASEAN, China adopt framework for South China Sea code of conduct

It bans North Korean exports of coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood and prohibits countries from hiring additional North Korean labourers. Pyongyang then reacted swiftly to the move, slamming Washington's unilateral economic punitive measure as a "criminal conduct" and vowing that U.S.

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  • 'Direct challenge': North Korea hits back at $1 billion United Nations sanctions
'Direct challenge': North Korea hits back at $1 billion United Nations sanctions

North Korea responded to the vote by saying it will launch "thousands fold" revenge against the USA for the sanctions. Before Tillerson's trip, the USA had said he had no plans to interact with North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho.

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  • Ohio Fair: Corrosion Led to Deadly Ride Incident, Investigation Shows
Ohio Fair: Corrosion Led to Deadly Ride Incident, Investigation Shows

One rider, an 18-year-old man, was flung more than 50 feet and died on impact, while seven others were taken to area hospitals. The company said it conducted an investigation into the incident, which included a visit to the scene and a review of video footage of the incident.

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  • Australia finds US Marine Corps aircraft that crashed off coast
Australia finds US Marine Corps aircraft that crashed off coast

Banjamin Robert Cross from ME and Corporal Nathan Ordwa from Kansas. Defence Minister Marise Payne said a survey ship found the submerged MV-22 Osprey in Shoalwater Bay shortly after starting its search. Three Marines remain missing after the crash. The ship's small boats and other aircraft immediately responded, the statement said. The Austr...

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  • Israel plans to ban Al Jazeera over 'support for terror'
Israel plans to ban Al Jazeera over 'support for terror'

Closure of the station's office would require further legislation, he added. Pan-Arab news broadcaster Al Jazeera has threatened to pursue all legal channels in response to Israel's announcement it would bar the Arabic and English networks in the country.

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  • At least 12 people killed in shooting attack on Nigerian Catholic church
At least 12 people killed in shooting attack on Nigerian Catholic church

President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the Ozubulu Church attack in Anambra State by a yet to be identified gunmen, describing the incident as "an appalling crime against humanity and unspeakable sacrilege". Confirming the number of the casualties, Umar said 11 peopled were confirmed dead. According to him, intelligence report has connected the...

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  • 72nd anniversary of atomic bombing marked by prayers
72nd anniversary of atomic bombing marked by prayers

Traditionally, the minute of silence was announced exactly at 8:15 am local time at the moment when the first atomic bombing in the world was carried out on August 6, 1945. "Humankind must never commit such an act, " he added, urging nuclear states, as well as Japan, to join the United Nations nuclear weapons ban treaty adopted in July.

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  • Special counsel Robert Mueller asks White House for documents on Michael Flynn
Special counsel Robert Mueller asks White House for documents on Michael Flynn

Washington- US federal investigators are examining whether former national security adviser Michael Flynn was secretly paid by the Turkish government to lobby, according to a report from The New York Times published on Friday. A transcript of intercepted calls between Mr Flynn and Mr Kislyak revealed they had discussed USA sanctions imposed when ...

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  • 2 killed in attack on Venezuela base: Maduro
2 killed in attack on Venezuela base: Maduro

In a video purportedly shot in city of Valencia, 16 men calling themselves the 41st Brigade declared a "civil-military action to restore the constitutional order". In the latest twist in the slow-motion crisis, Venezuela's chief prosecutor was sacked on Saturday and ordered to stand trial, less than 24 hours after a newly elected legislative ...

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  • ASEAN ministers endorse framework code in South China Sea
ASEAN ministers endorse framework code in South China Sea

Foreign ministers of the ASEAN nations congratulated China on the success of the recent Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, thanked China for its support on ASEAN's community building, recognized the positive progress of ASEAN-China ties in the past year and agreed with the depth and achievements of the China-ASEAN relations.

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  • China says India building up troops amid border stand off
China says India building up troops amid border stand off

As the world keeps a close watch amidst fears of the latest conflict between India and China boiling over into an all-out war, it is easy to forget that what is also at stake here is the sovereignty of an independent nation-Bhutan-caught in the crossfire.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldier killed in Afghanistan convoy attack: coalition
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldier killed in Afghanistan convoy attack: coalition

Meanwhile, one North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldier and three civilians were killed in the second suicide attack to target a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy in Afghanistan in as many days, officials said on Friday. The wounded service personnel, three Georgians, two Americans and a local interpreter, were being treated at a US milit...

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