• Hillary Clinton calling new book 'What Happened'
Hillary Clinton calling new book 'What Happened'

Her publisher also said that the candidate, widely predicted to win the election in November before losing to President Trump, will "connect the dots" about alleged Russian meddling, something she has hinted at before when describing her loss.

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  • Dad abandons 2-week-old baby in mall parking lot
Dad abandons 2-week-old baby in mall parking lot

When he drives away, a auto seat is seen left on the ground. While officers reached the mall where Mitchell left his baby, the teenager was involved in a auto crash in Fairfield. Witnesses say the baby was very calm and wasn't crying. The barber took the baby inside and called police. "Plus, the way people pull into the smoke shop, he could have ...

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  • Arab Quartet Lists 9 Qatar-backed Terrorist Entities in Libya, Yemen
Arab Quartet Lists 9 Qatar-backed Terrorist Entities in Libya, Yemen

Turkey has built increasingly close ties with Qatar in recent years, including opening its first military base in the Persian Gulf there last year. As for Yemeni individuals and entities added to the terror list, the statement said they have all provided support to Al-Qaeda and have conducted actions on its behalf, "mainly by using significant fu...

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  • Hunt for Swiss chainsaw attacker widens
Hunt for Swiss chainsaw attacker widens

The police investigate in the old town of Schaffhausen in Switzerland, where they search for an unknown man who attacked people, Monday, July 24, 2017. Franz Wrousis, 51, is not thought to have crossed the border into Germany, said a spokesperson for the neighbouring German state of Baden-Württemberg, according to Swiss news agency SDA.

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  • Vehicle companies caught refitting faulty airbags
Vehicle companies caught refitting faulty airbags

You can check if your auto is affected by the recall at the ACCC Takata airbag recall page . Millions of Australians could be driving "ticking time bombs" linked to 18 deaths , as manufacturers struggle to deal with the biggest recall in vehicle history.

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  • Sri Lankan navy saves 2 more young elephants from drowning
Sri Lankan navy saves 2 more young elephants from drowning

Earlier this month, a similar incident took place, when an elephant was saved from drowning by the Sri Lankan navy. When they were first seen, the elephants were more than a kilometre from the shore and were reportedly struggling to keep their trunks above the water.

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  • Publisher withdraws book on Madiba after outcry
Publisher withdraws book on Madiba after outcry

Mandela ", said Penguin Random House, the publishing house in a press release, without specifying how many copies of the book had already been sold. The controversial book detailing Madiba's state of health and his passing in 2013 has been condemned by his widow Graca Machel who says it breaches doctor-patient confidentiality.

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  • Gas prices up a penny in RI, 3 cents in MA
Gas prices up a penny in RI, 3 cents in MA

Other states with the cheapest gas per gallon were: Alabama ($2.00), MS ($2.00), Oklahoma ($2.00), Arkansas ($2.03), Tennessee ($2.05), Louisiana ($2.06), Virginia ($2.08), Texas ($2.09) and Missouri ($2.10). Orlando's price Monday is about 3 cents higher than a month ago and 16 cents higher than a year ago. AAA reports Florida has the 16 cheap...

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  • Fate of 39 Indians missing in Iraq for 3 years still unknown
Fate of 39 Indians missing in Iraq for 3 years still unknown

The two leaders reportedly discussed the issue of 39 Indians kidnapped by ISIS three years ago from Mosul city, along with several other key areas of mutual interests. He said the government initially said the Indians were in Mosul. The volume of bilateral trade in 2016-17 was almost $13 billion. Iraq contributes significantly to India's ener...

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  • Parents accused of giving opioids to baby on day she was born
Parents accused of giving opioids to baby on day she was born

Spencer Cannon. Employees told police that Wilde entered the store with his 2-month-old daughter . As investigators pressed the couple about their drug use, they reportedly admitted that they started crushing up narcotics and putting it on their newborn's gums the very day she was born, while still in the hospital.

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  • ISIS Fighters Dress Up As Women To Flee Mosul
ISIS Fighters Dress Up As Women To Flee Mosul

German officials in her home state of Saxony on July 22 confirmed that the girl was from the eastern state and that she was being assisted by the German Embassy in Iraq. The victory over ISIS in Mosul is not final with terrorists hiding in pockets and sleeper cells, Vice President of Iraq Nouri Maliki told Sputnik news.

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  • Witness To Justine Damond Shooting 'Cooperating' With US Authorities
Witness To Justine Damond Shooting 'Cooperating' With US Authorities

That didn't stop the protesters, who shouted down Hodges' press conference to announce a new police chief. Hodges nominated assistant chief Medaria Arradondo to be the next chief. In a piece for the New York Daily News, King wrote , "Maybe, just maybe, with the shooting death of Justine Damond , millions of white people , for the very first ...

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  • Human Trafficking Tragedy: Police Find 8 Bodies in Truck Outside Texas Walmart
Human Trafficking Tragedy: Police Find 8 Bodies in Truck Outside Texas Walmart

Durbin said later. The bodies were discovered after officials were led to the trailer by a man who had approached a Walmart employee and asked for water. After giving water to the person, the employee then called police. Dozens of others were suffering from heat-related ailments in what San Antonio Police Chief William McManus called a "h...

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  • Liverpool announce £8m signing of Andy Robertson
Liverpool announce £8m signing of Andy Robertson

The Reds confirmed the left-back signed a long-term contract after completing his medical on Friday, per Sam Williams of the club's official website . Wherever they went in Hong Kong, the Liverpool travelling party were inundated by huge crowds of passionate fans. "I just want to prove to people that I can do it at this level, and hopefully ...

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  • US Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed
US Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

Heavy fighting is going on in Helmand's Grishk and Garmsir districts after the Taliban lost control of the Nawa district to government forces over a year after first overrunning it. Local media outlet Pajhwok News reports that two commanders were among the policemen killed. The U.S. military confirmed an airstrike it conducted Friday resulted...

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  • Kushner failed to disclose dozens of financial holdings, new document shows
Kushner failed to disclose dozens of financial holdings, new document shows

On Friday, Ivanka - Kushner's wife - updated also her financial disclosure report. She reported assets of at least $66 million and earned at least $13.5 million in income a year ago from her various business ventures, including more than $2.4 million from the new Trump hotel near the White House .

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  • Congress legislator in Kerala arrested for sexual harassment
Congress legislator in Kerala arrested for sexual harassment

But after the victim revealed that Vincent had made sexual advances on her, the police slapped charges against him under section 376 (punishment for rape) and section 354 (d) (punishment for stalking). Meanwhile, the city magistrate also recorded her statement at a hospital in Neyyatinkara, where the victim is undergoing treatment, police added. ...

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  • Poland's High-Court Move Unnerves EU, but Not Many Voters
Poland's High-Court Move Unnerves EU, but Not Many Voters

Earlier this month, Czech Justice Minister Robert Pelikan wrote to his Polish counterpart expressing "concern" about the changes, which includes terminating tenures of Supreme Court judges. The government has said the changes will ensure state institutions serve all Poles, not just the " elites ", and were needed to make judges accountable.

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  • MLB Predictions: Will the Yankees stay hot vs
MLB Predictions: Will the Yankees stay hot vs

The ball Judge hit nearly flew all the way out of Safeco Field, and the Yankees were pretty proud that even the Major League Baseball couldn't figure out how far it went. MLB Statcast could not get an accurate read on the distance, leaving the Mariners staff to estimate a 440-foot shot. Mine is Danny Valencia, who went 0 for 4 with three strikeouts...

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  • 2 dead, 500 hurt as 6.7 quake rocks Aegean Sea
2 dead, 500 hurt as 6.7 quake rocks Aegean Sea

Lauren Duffy, 20, from Merseyside, said glass and broken pieces of marble statues were among the debris strewn near her hotel, a short drive from Kos's Old Town. The 6.5-magnitude quake struck about 1:30 a.m. Friday. The ITAA has advised anyone in the regions affected to follow the advice of local authorities and their travel provider.

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  • Turkish president accuses Germany of scaring off investors
Turkish president accuses Germany of scaring off investors

Germany , Turkey's chief export partner, called the allegations absurd. The adverts, which featured German soccer player Lukas Podolski and various executives, have been criticized by viewers, n-tv said. Gabriel recalled that Turkey, having long seen itself as "a member of the European family", had levelled Nazi jibes at Germany, and accused Erdo...

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  • Solar eclipse offers millions a chance at citizen science
Solar eclipse offers millions a chance at citizen science

But, only with special-purpose solar filters, such as eclipse glasses or a handheld solar viewer, you can safely look directly at the Sun. "When the moon comes between the sun and the earth, you have an eclipse ", Dcruz said. One of the most popular projects is called Eclipse MegaMovie, a partnership between Google and University of California, ...

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  • Tillerson 'satisfied' with Qatar's progress in resolving crisis
Tillerson 'satisfied' with Qatar's progress in resolving crisis

QNA, citing a decree issued by the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani amending a 2004 anti-terrorism law, said the amendments set rules for defining terrorism, acts of terrorism, freezing funding and terrorism financing. and Qatar entered into to address numerous terrorism, terror financing, counter-terrorism concerns that people have", he sa...

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  • J&K: One jawan martyred in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Sunderbani sector
J&K: One jawan martyred in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Sunderbani sector

Pakistan military spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor told the media on Sunday that Indian forces had committed 580 ceasefire violations this year, which he described as the "highest in any year". Nine people, including 6 soldiers, have been killed and 18 injured in over a dozen ceasefire violations by the Pakistani Army along the LoC this month...

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  • OJ Simpson's parole hearing draws 'hundreds of letters' regarding case
OJ Simpson's parole hearing draws 'hundreds of letters' regarding case

A board spokesman said that Nevada law does not require an expression of remorse as a criterion for winning parole, though he said it could be noted as a mitigating factor. Simpson , appearing as inmate No. 1027820, was accompanied by lawyer Malcolm LaVergne , prison caseworker Marc La Fleur, close friend Tom Scotto , sister Shirley Baker a...

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