• Two dead, many injured in New Jersey school bus, dump truck crash
Two dead, many injured in New Jersey school bus, dump truck crash

The governor said the students were on their way to a field trip. NorthJersey.com is citing "multiple sources" in reporting that one person died in the crash. The students - fifth-graders at East Brook Middle School in Paramus, New Jersey - were on the way to a field trip at the time of the collision, New Jersey Gov.

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  • Senate confirms CIA's first female director
Senate confirms CIA's first female director

After Trump went for former Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo as the USA secretary of state to replace Rex Tillerson, the position became vacant and he nominated Haspel to fill it. Haspel, 61, is a native of Kentucky but grew up around the world as the daughter of an Air Force serviceman. However, this version of events is underm...

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  • Crude Oil Smashes $80/b On Iran Sanctions, Lower Supplies
Crude Oil Smashes $80/b On Iran Sanctions, Lower Supplies

EDT. The CEO of French oil giant Total said on Thursday (May 17) he would not be surprised to see the price of a barrel of crude reach US$100 later this year. When sanctions were imposed in 2012, Iranian exports fell by about 1.2 million barrels per day, the organisation said. Refined oil product exports soared 46 percent on the year in April, bu...

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  • The date of the transfer to Jerusalem of the Embassy of Paraguay
The date of the transfer to Jerusalem of the Embassy of Paraguay

It also called on Israel to respect the basic human rights of Palestinians as well as global law. The Rafah border crossing has been opened for six days this week to allow injured Palestinians in Gaza to receive treatment in Egypt. Previous violations included "bad faith nominal implementation, undue delays, new sanctions and designations, dero...

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  • Putin, Assad hail achievements in Syria
Putin, Assad hail achievements in Syria

Putin said that along with giving a boost to a political process, it is important "to take necessary steps towards rebuilding the Syrian economy, as well as settle long-pending hard, but pressing humanitarian issues". Russia, Iran and Turkey have been attempting to resolve the conflict in the talks that started past year - in competition with a US-...

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  • Kilauea threatens Hawaii but is less deadly than other types of volcanoes
Kilauea threatens Hawaii but is less deadly than other types of volcanoes

Lava illuminates volcanic gases (L) from the Kilauea volcano near fissure 13 on Hawaii's Big Island on May 16 - the summit of the volcano erupted on Thursday. On May 4 , Hawaii's Big Island was hit by a magnitude 6.9 natural disaster, the most powerful to hit the island since 1975. "Just a little while ago we had something that sounded like th...

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  • Pro-Trump Lawyer Has Meltdown When Deli Worker Speaks Spanish in NYC
Pro-Trump Lawyer Has Meltdown When Deli Worker Speaks Spanish in NYC

Suazo wrote on the post that his wife and her friend were speaking Spanish with the cashier when Schlossberg went off and threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement . WARNING: Video contains profanity . One of five U.S. residents speaks a language other than English at home, or a record 61.8 million, according to the 2013 American...

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  • Trump calls some illegal immigrants as
Trump calls some illegal immigrants as "animals"

Wednesday's meeting will include Escondido Mayor Sam Abed , Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel , and Los Alamitos Mayor Troy Edgar along with a dozen other local California officials. "And it's happening more and more". The House leaders fear the winning legislation would be a compromise bill backed solidly by Democrats but opposed b...

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  • Swachh Survekshan 2018: Welcome to Indore, India's cleanest city
Swachh Survekshan 2018: Welcome to Indore, India's cleanest city

Last year BMC was at the 29th position. There's no doubt in the fact that our city lovely Chandigarh is also one of the cleanest city in the country as per 2018 survey by bagging the 3rd spot. The total number of interactions on Swachchhata app by citizens were around 1.18 crore. The results of Swachh Survekshan 2018 were announced yesterday wh...

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  • Trump Jr. untroubled by meeting Russian
Trump Jr. untroubled by meeting Russian

But the invitation shows the determination of Russians with close Kremlin connections to convince the Trump team that the Magnitsky Act, which imposed sanctions on a host of Russian officials for human rights abuses, was a mistake. Sawyer asked. After his counsel objected to the question, Trump, Jr., went ahead and answered it. But the story began ...

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  • Trump Discloses More Than $100000 Payment to Michael Cohen in Financial Form
Trump Discloses More Than $100000 Payment to Michael Cohen in Financial Form

The deputy attorney general is overseeing the Department of Justice investigation into whether Trump aides colluded with alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election. Ms Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, tweeted, "Mr Trump's disclosure today conclusively proves that the American people were deceived ". President ...

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  • The Soros Foundation is suspending its operations in Hungary: the reason
The Soros Foundation is suspending its operations in Hungary: the reason

Orban, an avowed nationalist and critic of Western Europe's embrace of refugees, blamed Soros for much of the country's economic woes ahead of his recent reelection. The office of Orban's spokesman Zoltan Kovacs issued a one-line reply after a request for comment by Newsweek about the departure. Soros has remarked that the Hungarian government ...

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  • Chilean bishop says mistakes were made in handling abuse cases
Chilean bishop says mistakes were made in handling abuse cases

Chilean Bishop Fernando Ramos said the meetings would address "abuse of power, abuse of conscience, and sexual abuse that have occurred in recent decades in the Chilean Church, as well as the mechanisms that led, in some cases, to concealment and serious omissions against the victims".

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  • Muqtada al-Sadr's election upset could rattle US-Iraq relations
Muqtada al-Sadr's election upset could rattle US-Iraq relations

O'Neill said al-Sadr cleverly renamed his "Mahdi Army" the "Peace Brigade" and said the name can be easily used as a propaganda tool to hurt people like Trump who oppose it. The elections commission has announced results from 16 of Iraq's 19 provinces. He is now calling for the latest deployment of American troops to leave following last year's def...

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  • Putin Officially Opens Massive Bridge Linking Crimea To Russia
Putin Officially Opens Massive Bridge Linking Crimea To Russia

Putin dressed in jeans and a casual jacket was shown by Russian state television behind the wheel of a construction truck to drive 19 kilometers (12 miles) across the bridge, which links the Taman peninsula in southern Russia to Ukraine's Crimea, which was annexed by Moscow in 2014 .

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  • Turkey's lira slides after Erdogan says wants greater economic control
Turkey's lira slides after Erdogan says wants greater economic control

He has also called for a snap poll on 24 June. "The DFB of course respects the special situation for our players with migrant backgrounds, but football and the DFB stands for values that Mr Erdogan does not sufficiently respect", said DFB chief Reinhard Grindel.

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  • Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse
Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse

Users can also know if Cambridge Analytica had access to their data. The growing use of social networking opened the door to the misuse of personal information via identity theft, cyberstalking, content-based image retrieval, privacy invasion, and more .

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  • Delhi-NCR hit by sudden dust storm, rain; flights grounded
Delhi-NCR hit by sudden dust storm, rain; flights grounded

Deaths were registered as a result of falling trees and electric posts, collapsed walls and lightning strikes. UP was the worst affected, accounting for 80 deaths, majority in Agra district in the western part of the state. It had also forecast parts of Rajasthan might see dust storm. The Palam observatory recorded a wind speed of 96 kmph, the ...

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  • Pakistan played a role in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Nawaz Sharif
Pakistan played a role in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan's longest serving PM, Sharif was disqualified for life from office by the Supreme Court in 2017 for not disclosing the income he received in 2013 from his son's Dubai-based Capital FZE company. What he was referring to is the stalled trial in a Rawalpindi anti-terrorism court. "Why can't we complete the trial?" he said, according to the ne...

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  • Karnataka elections: Siddaramaiah fuels rumours of a possible Congress-JD(S) alliance
Karnataka elections: Siddaramaiah fuels rumours of a possible Congress-JD(S) alliance

Nevertheless, the Karnataka Chief Minister's softened stance and his comments on paving way for another leader, if Congress leadership demands it, certainly comes as big news for both Congress and JD (S). The BJP and its allies are now in power in 22 of India's 29 states, but after Karnataka, three more state elections will fall due by the ...

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  • Trump to address Jerusalem embassy opening by video
Trump to address Jerusalem embassy opening by video

On Tuesday, Palestinians will commemorate the anniversary of the Nakba, or catastrophe, their mass expulsion and dispossession 70 years ago as the new state of Israel was built on the ruins of their homeland. Israel captured east Jerusalem in the 1967 Middle East war and annexed it in a move not recognised internationally. An Israeli man confr...

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  • This is why Novartis paid Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen $1.2 million
This is why Novartis paid Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen $1.2 million

President Donald Trump's lead personal defense lawyer, Rudy Giuliani , has sought to walk back a potentially explosive claim in which he suggested the president intervened in the Time Warner-AT&T merger being scrutinized by the US Department of Justice.

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  • 14-year-old charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting fellow student
14-year-old charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting fellow student

Authorities said the victim is a 15-year-old boy who was shot through the forearm and transported himself to a local medical center. Police also said they had recovered one firearm from the scene at Highland High School in Palmdale, California, about 60 miles north of Los Angeles.

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  • Anwar to be pardoned and out on Tuesday
Anwar to be pardoned and out on Tuesday

Anwar was charged in 2008 with sodomy. Under Malaysian law, unless he is pardoned by the king, Anwar would be disqualified for five years from running for office after his release. He said that this means that the prime minister can not come from the Senate and that someone would have to resign from their seat to enable Anwar to contest in a by-e...

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  • Najib, wife barred from leaving Malaysia
Najib, wife barred from leaving Malaysia

Said Dr Mahathir: "We have to act quickly because we don't want the problem of extradition with other countries". "I respect this instruction and will stay in the country with my family", Mr. "Maybe this will be an opportunity for us to fix our weaknesses and shortcomings, although these are more a matter of perception than reality". Mahathir, w...

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  • Putin, Merkel highlight importance of preserving Iran deal
Putin, Merkel highlight importance of preserving Iran deal

Merkel made the comment while addressing an audience at a Catholic conference in Muenster, according to TASS . She criticized that it was "not right" to unilaterally terminate such an important global agreement. Merkel said the deal to curb Iran's nuclear program in return for the lifting of sanctions was far from ideal, but stressed it should not...

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  • Quake tremors hit Punjab, Haryana and Delhi
Quake tremors hit Punjab, Haryana and Delhi

The natural disaster was felt at about 4:15 pm today, a MeT Department official said. No loss of life and property were reported in the morning jolts. A moderate 5.3 magnitude natural disaster on the Richter scale hit various parts of the country on Thursday. The tremors have been felt as far as Indian occupied Kashmir according to news reports.

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  • Australia's worst mass shooting in 22 years
Australia's worst mass shooting in 22 years

Police confirmed that all the victims were shot. He added: 'The loss of any life is tragic, but four children and three adults, this is a significant tragedy'. And they staged large rallies. In 2016, 20 years after the shooting in Tasmania, The Post's Christopher Ingraham cited research published in the Journal of the American Medical Asso...

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  • Policeman injured in central Kashmir attack succumbs
Policeman injured in central Kashmir attack succumbs

The militants attacked guard post of police at village Wadwan in Badgam. "But Ahmed instead of obeying the diktat and without caring for his own life raised an alarm drawing the attention of his colleagues who were inside the guard-post", said a police spokesman.

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  • PM Modi aiming to get BJP a southern foothold with Karnataka win
PM Modi aiming to get BJP a southern foothold with Karnataka win

Development and welfare programmes went hand-in-hand under the Siddaramaiah-led government, he said . "But, unlike our PM who hasn't had a press conference in 4 yrs., I will be doing many more of these!", he added in the tweet. He said jobs are the biggest problem facing India and the Congress party has promised in its manifesto to give a cror...

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  • Pence says it's time for Mueller to 'wrap it up'
Pence says it's time for Mueller to 'wrap it up'

The vice president responded that the Trump administration had been cooperative with Mueller's team, adding that he would "very respectfully encourage" the special counsel to close up shop. Pence's statement also came a year after Trump fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. The investigation will reach its one-year anni...

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  • Trump Declares Republicans Had 'Great Night' in Primary Elections
Trump Declares Republicans Had 'Great Night' in Primary Elections

Swearengin, who prominently displayed a photograph of herself with Bernie Sanders on her web site, won 48,302 votes, more than the 47,571 votes for Morrissey, the victor of the Republican primary, and almost double the 27,153 votes for Blankenship.

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  • Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV Makes World Debut
Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV Makes World Debut

Power in the Cullinan comes from the same 6.75 litre V12 as the Phantom , but with tweaks to deliver just the right amount of torque - 627lb/ft - to compliment the 4WD system and four-wheel steering, and with 563bhp. Rolls-Royce says all areas throughout the interior are heated, including the armrests, front center console lid, and lower C-Pilla...

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  • One killed as armed persons attack worshippers in South African mosque
One killed as armed persons attack worshippers in South African mosque

Police and members of the community are on the scene. "One knife was left behind", Balram said, speaking from the scene. One man's white robe was soaked in blood. Nothing was taken from the mosque or from the victims, that's why we're saying it doesn't look like a robbery. "It was a sudden attack and at this point we don't have enough information...

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  • Donald Trump says 'everyone' thinks he should get Nobel Peace prize
Donald Trump says 'everyone' thinks he should get Nobel Peace prize

The president has branded the deal the "worst" ever backed by the U.S. and reimposing sanctions would effectively torpedo the global alliance behind the deal. Kim's father, did not receive similar recognition. Not for even here - I want victory for the world because that's what we're talking about. The official added that "the U.S.

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  • Candidate for Maryland Governor passes away
Candidate for Maryland Governor passes away

He was serving his second term since initially being elected Baltimore County executive in December 2010. After he awakened around 2 a.m. EDT at his Owings Mills home and complaining of feeling ill, Kamenetz and his wife drove to a volunteer fire station less than two miles away, county officials told the media.

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  • Massive chocolate spill closes highway in Poland
Massive chocolate spill closes highway in Poland

Cleaning the cooling chocolate will require lots of hot water, and officials say the candy blob will be harder to clear than an oil spill. Local police said it was unclear why the truck belonging to a sweet maker slammed into the central reservation on highway A2 between the western towns of Wrzesnia and Slupca.

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  • SCHUMER MELTDOWN: Chuck Schumer SLAMS Trump for Prisoner Release
SCHUMER MELTDOWN: Chuck Schumer SLAMS Trump for Prisoner Release

Their release followed talks between Pompeo and Kim about the forthcoming summit, and Trump is expected to welcome them home when they land overnight at Andrews air force base outside Washington . In an interview with CNN conducted in Pyongyang in January 2016, Kim said he was arrested in October 2015 after spying on behalf of what he called "So...

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  • Netanyahu: No basis to think Russian Federation will limit Israel's action in Syria
Netanyahu: No basis to think Russian Federation will limit Israel's action in Syria

According to Russia's Ground Forces Commander Col. Gen. Oleg Salyukov, the military parade passed without any incidents and gained the praise of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who served as the parade's inspector. Putin reviewed the parade from a tribune packed with Soviet war veterans, some of whom wore rows of campaign medals and clutched red ...

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  • Florida mother, 2 youngsters die after automotive hits alligator in SC
Florida mother, 2 youngsters die after automotive hits alligator in SC

Judd Jones said the alligator was crossing the northbound lanes of I-95 near the Interstate 26 exit when Stanley's Kia Soul hit the animal around 12:50 a.m. Stanley's husband, Josh Stanley, advised FOX30 he had been Pennsylvania for work if his spouse and children expired. "I'm nonetheless form of processing although", the devastated husband stat...

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  • Stormy Daniels' lawyer alleges Trump attorney Cohen received $500000 from Russian oligarch
Stormy Daniels' lawyer alleges Trump attorney Cohen received $500000 from Russian oligarch

Among those payments were $200,000 from AT&T, whose proposed merger with Time Warner is now before the courts after the Justice Department sued to block the sale. "What was Michael Cohen's business?" Separately, federal prosecutors in Manhattan are investigating the payment and Mr Cohen's broader business practices.

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  • Shock Ebola outbreak in Congo - 10 new cases suspected and two confirmed
Shock Ebola outbreak in Congo - 10 new cases suspected and two confirmed

In the past five weeks, there have been 21 suspected cases of viral hemorrhagic fever , including 17 deaths. The Ebola virus causes an acute, serious illness which is often fatal if untreated. Matshidiso Moeti, the WHO's regional director for Africa. It said the first teams of experts, including epidemiologists, biologists and hygiene specialist...

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  • Don Blankenship is running on Trumpism in West Virginia. The GOP
Don Blankenship is running on Trumpism in West Virginia. The GOP

President Donald Trump is distancing himself from controversial Republican Senate candidate Don Blankenship . "To the great people of West Virginia we have, together, a really great chance to keep making a big difference", Trump wrote on Twitter .

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  • Trump defends 'tough on terror' Central Intelligence Agency nominee Haspel
Trump defends 'tough on terror' Central Intelligence Agency nominee Haspel

Bush-era interrogation program. On Friday, Haspel sought to drop her nomination after some White House officials anxious her role in the interrogation of terrorist suspects could prevent her confirmation by the Senate , according to four senior US officials.

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  • Elon Musk wants to get into the candy industry
Elon Musk wants to get into the candy industry

Running The Boring Company , Tesla , and SpaceX could only be challenging, yet Musk still manages to juggle his many responsibilities in a dazzling fashion. Buffett responded over the weekend by saying that moats are still working for certain companies, despite technological advancements. Musk suggested the idea of a moat was outdated, su...

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  • Afghanistan: 12 killed in blast inside mosque in Khost
Afghanistan: 12 killed in blast inside mosque in Khost

The attack was claimed by the Taliban . "We are aware of the abduction of Indian nationals from Baghlan province in Afghanistan", the statement said. IS is not proven to own an existence in Khost, but has enlarged its footprint into other places in recent decades. Talib Mangal, spokesman for the provincial governor, confirmed Sunday's attack a...

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  • IPL 2018: Kings XI Punjab opt to field against Rajasthan Royals
IPL 2018: Kings XI Punjab opt to field against Rajasthan Royals

It is a tactic that has yielded mixed results for other sides, but it has worked for Kings XI. Mumbai are lucky enough to have two in-form openers and proven late hitters in the Pandya brothers and Pollard, but ultimately, it's where and how Rohit bats that will probably dictate their progress.

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  • Honduras regrets loss of U.S. protection status
Honduras regrets loss of U.S. protection status

This type of decisions by the DHS, in addition to having serious humanitarian implications, will only aggravate the circumstance in the region, whose geographical proximity to the United States will make it a bigger problem in the long term .

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  • Jeffrey Tambor To Return To 'Arrested Development' Despite Harassment Allegations
Jeffrey Tambor To Return To 'Arrested Development' Despite Harassment Allegations

On Tuesday, series creator Mitch Hurwitz announced a recut version of season 4 would hit the streaming site Friday and that a return date would be coming " real soon ". Tambor officially left that show in February of this year. She is a father that comes out to her wife and children about being transgender. "I want to attack you sexually".

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  • Midwest Tornadoes: Region Braces for Fourth Day of Severe Weather
Midwest Tornadoes: Region Braces for Fourth Day of Severe Weather

Severe weather is possible. The entire I-30 corridor and points north are under a Slight Risk of severe weather Thursday afternoon and evening. There are two severe thunderstorm watches , one in Arkansas, including Little Rock, and one the four corners of Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa, including Des Moines and Kansas City.

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