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The Beast's source " suggested that Paddock may have lost his nerve or simply changed his plans and checked into the Mandalay Bay Hotel on September 28". "She didn't even know that she was going to the Philippines , until Steve said, 'Marilou, I found you a cheap ticket to the Philippines , '" one sister said.
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    Campos was not aware that Paddock had set up cameras in the hallway outside his room, and would be alerted of his approach before he even reached the door. An unarmed security officer is being hailed as a hero for his part in stopping the gunman in Sunday's deadly attack in Las Vegas . Paddock's rampage could have resulted in even more deaths than the 59 reported without the courageous actions of Campos.
  • Ready to mediate to end Iraq, Kurds crisis: Macron

    Ready to mediate to end Iraq, Kurds crisis: Macron

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    Lt. Gen. Paul Funk II, the commanding general of the coalition in Iraq , said "our Iraqi partners fought bravely and professionally against a brutal and determined enemy, safeguarding innocent civilians throughout the entire campaign". He noted that a tripartite mechanism between Turkey, Russia and Iran had been discussed. The contested Kurdish vote also covered areas in northern Iraq at the centre of a long-standing dispute between Baghdad and Kurdistan.
  • The Right Way to Regulate Bump Stocks

    The Right Way to Regulate Bump Stocks

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    The ATF announced Tuesday they recovered nearly 50 rifles, shotguns and pistols after a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas Sunday. What does a bump stock do? The firearms were recovered from three different locations - the gunman Stephen Paddock's room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas and at his homes in Mesquite, Nev., and outside Reno.
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    South Africa face bowling dilemma for second test

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    If that is the case, Manguang Oval will depart heavily from its norm of flat and run-laden tracks. Pace bowler Shafiul Islam, batsman Mosaddek Hossain and left-arm Sanjamul Islam, who were part of the squad that played in the ICC Champions Trophy in England, have been excluded.
  • Houses Passes Ban on Abortion After 20 Weeks of Pregnancy

    Houses Passes Ban on Abortion After 20 Weeks of Pregnancy

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    Under the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a doctor who performed an abortion after 20 weeks could face up to 5 years in prison but women seeking abortions would not be penalized under the bill. "It's unconscionable that the United States is now one of only seven countries in the world that allows abortions after five months". Given that Micah Pickering, a now five-year-old boy born at 20 weeks of pregnancy, was obviously "viable" since he did survive and was able to advocate for ...
  • How long will PM Narendra Modi tell 'lies', asks Raj Thackeray

    How long will PM Narendra Modi tell 'lies', asks Raj Thackeray

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    Before addressing the gathering at Churchgate, Thackeray accompanied by a delegation met senior railway officials, including Anil Kumar Gupta, general manager, Western Railway , DK Sharma, GM, Central Railway, and Prabhat Sahai, CMD, Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation, which is responsible for execution of suburban rail improvement projects.
  • What Is a Bump Stock and How Does It Work?

    What Is a Bump Stock and How Does It Work?

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    Despite the fact that the Obama administration approved the sale of bump fire stocks on at least two occasions, the National Rifle Association is calling on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) to immediately review whether these devices comply with federal law.
  • Smart Motors Market Size & Share Set For Accelerated Growth By 2024

    Smart Motors Market Size & Share Set For Accelerated Growth By 2024

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    The Smart Homes Systems market study is based on major geographical regions (North America, Europe, Africa, India, Middle East, Africa, China, Japan). Furthermore, the report provides data of the leading market players in the Smart Electric Meter market . Key players in the global blister packaging machines market include Marchesini Group S.p.A.
  • Buy this grocery item - and you could be helping North Korea

    Buy this grocery item - and you could be helping North Korea

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    In particular, the investigation traced the supply chain of certain packages of seafood, like salmon, which are processed by North Korean workers at Chinese companies, and then imported from China by American distributors. "While we understand that hiring North Korean workers may be legal in China", he said, "we are deeply concerned that any seafood companies could be inadvertently propping up the despotic regime".
  • What we know about the Las Vegas massacre

    What we know about the Las Vegas massacre

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    Amateur video footage has emerged showing the room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas from where Stephen Paddock rained down bullets onto a concert crowd on Sunday evening, killing 58 people. Danley reportedly traces her roots to the Philippines but is a known bearer of an Australian passport. "We're trying to understand what happened", his brother said.
  • Worker fatally shot at NYC construction site

    Worker fatally shot at NYC construction site

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    Heavily armed police officers responded to search the construction site floor by floor following the shooting. Almost two hours later, at about 8:45 a.m., the alleged shooter was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on the fifth floor, police said.
  • Former Equifax CEO apologizes for hack

    Former Equifax CEO apologizes for hack

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    Richard Smith , who retired as Equifax CEO last week in the wake of the scandal, was grilled by Congress about how hackers were able to steal the personal information of more than145 million Americans from the credit monitoring firm. The contract was a "sole source order". The IRS and Equifax did not respond to requests for comment. He says human and technological error is to blame for the breach.
  • Egypt defies United Nations embargo, buys weapons worth $23 million from North Korea

    Egypt defies United Nations embargo, buys weapons worth $23 million from North Korea

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    The ship bound for Egypt from a North Korean port flew a Cambodian flag, the USA daily reported, the detract attention away from its cargo. The US alerted Egyptian authorities through diplomatic channels. Abu Zeid added that "the head of the UNSC North Korea sanctions committee has lauded Egypt's efforts" in respecting the sanctions on North Korea. "Egypt was a consistent North Korean customer in the past".
  • US Senators Say Question Of Trump-Russia Election Collusion Still Open

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    The president appeared to suggest a new target for the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday: "Fake News Networks". His comments come after the leaders of the panel said Wednesday it is still investigating whether there was any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 presidential race.