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The bus was taking kids to Taylor Creek Elementary School. "The State Patrol said the bus driver lost control, drove into a ditch and slammed into a tree". Our thoughts and prayers are with the student's family in their time of grief. The bus accident is now under investigation by the Georgia State Patrol.
  • Buys 3877 Shares of Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX)

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    The stock increased 3.15% or $2.73 during the last trading session, reaching $89.38. About 818,260 shares traded or 102.83% up from the average. It also increased its holding in Toronto (NYSE:TD) by 8,458 shares in the quarter, for a total of 77,932 shares, and has risen its stake in Allergan Inc.
  • Trump says he never asked Comey to stop Flynn probe

    Trump says he never asked Comey to stop Flynn probe

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    On Twitter, the president contends that Flynn's actions during the transition following the 2016 election "were lawful". "There was nothing to hide!" In his interview with Axios, Dowd disputed widespread claims that the tweet from Trump's account on firing Flynn admitted obstruction.
  • After Detention, Yashwant Sinha Protests At Police Ground

    After Detention, Yashwant Sinha Protests At Police Ground

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    Sharad Pawar , whose Nationalist Congress Party has launched a "Halla Bol" march to Nagpur from Yavatmal, and Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray spoke with the veteran BJP leader over the telephone. "Except for the last one (related to MSP ), which is a call to be taken by the Central government, we have accepted all six demands and have requested the protesters led by Sinha to call off their stir", Pandey said.
  • Congress' manifesto proposes alternate model of development for Gujarat

    Congress' manifesto proposes alternate model of development for Gujarat

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    The manifesto themed on 'Khushaal Gujarat , ' reflected the proposal that the party had last month mooted before the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) and was agreed to by the agitating Patidars. To curb inflation, Congress has promised it would cut state taxes on petro products and bring down their prices by Rs10 per litre, cut power tariffs by 50% and reduce power tariff to Rs2/unit (for usage up to 200 units per month), among others.
  • Kurds Free Deir Az-Zour from ISIS in East Syria

    Kurds Free Deir Az-Zour from ISIS in East Syria

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    According to the statement, Mahmud has also stated that the Kurdish militants had effectively fought against Daesh terrorist group and thanked Russian Federation for its assistance in bringing peace to Syria. Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) leader Sabban Hamo said on Saturday that ISIS has been driven out of areas lying on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.
  • Met Office issues Derry with snow and ice weather warning

    Met Office issues Derry with snow and ice weather warning

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    The Met Office says that while snow showers are expected to become "increasingly frequent" over norther Scotland late on Thursday, Northern Ireland, Wales and western England can also expect similar on Friday. Strathclyde, Grampain, The Lothians, SW Borders, the Highlands and Islands Central, Tayside, Fife, Orkney and Shetland all have Yellow warnings for snow in place from Friday morning.
  • Amber Alert still in effect for two missing girls

    Amber Alert still in effect for two missing girls

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    Hatti and Dina were transferred to a local hospital for medical evaluations in the aftermath of their ordeal. John Coltharp was arrested Friday for investigation of kidnapping but has refused to tell police where his children are, according to Spring City police.
  • Sushma makes Iran stopover on eve of Chabahar port inaugural

    Sushma makes Iran stopover on eve of Chabahar port inaugural

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    Iranian president Hassan Rouhani inaugurated a $1bn extension of its southeastern Chabahar port which Tehran hopes will help the country become a key transit route to land-locked Afghanistan and Central Asia. The project subsequently slowed down due to U.S. sanctions on Iran during the George W Bush era. In October though, India flagged off a shipment of wheat for Afghanistan through Iran's Chabahar port-marking the operationalization of the port for the trans-shipment of goods from India to ...
  • Austrian court rules in favour of same-sex marriage

    Austrian court rules in favour of same-sex marriage

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    However, in the state's laws on marriage it had been explicitly stated that only two people of the opposite sex could marry. In a statement, it said "the distinction between marriage and civil partnership can no longer be maintained today without discriminating against same-sex couples", adding that keeping the two institutions separate suggests that "people with same-sex sexual orientation are not equal to people with heterosexual orientation".
  • Ky. lawyer on FBI's Most Wanted list captured in Honduras

    Ky. lawyer on FBI's Most Wanted list captured in Honduras

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    Officials say before he could be sentenced for his crime, Conn cut off his ankle monitor and escaped in June. Conn's attorney, Scott White, issued a statement on Monday evening. Now, those hearings are almost complete, and so far about 800 have lost their benefits, Pillersdorf said. Eric Conn fled from the U.S. six months ago after pleading guilty to stealing $600m (£450m) by filing bogus disability claims.
  • Fatal collision in Wexford claimed the lives of four people last night

    Fatal collision in Wexford claimed the lives of four people last night

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    It's understood the four people killed were an Irish family - parents in their 70s and sons in their 40s - who had been living in the United States and had returned home for a funeral in the area. The crash is said to have involved a lorry and at least one vehicle in Wexford. They were all the occupants of the auto, and were pronounced dead at the scene.
  • Taiwan rainbow 'lasts record-breaking nine hours'

    Taiwan rainbow 'lasts record-breaking nine hours'

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    Professor Chou said: 'This was a gift from the sky. The rainbow was recorded by two scientists at Chinese Culture University in Taipei. If confirmed, this would shatter the previous record set in Wetherby in Yorkshire UK on March 14, 1994, which was recorded as lasting from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m., or 6 hours.