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Eyewitnesses said the incident at Sasa Musa sugar factory in Gopalganj district happened at midnight when the decrepit boiler exploded all of a sudden. The tragedy is a brutal reminder of boiler blast at NTPC plant in Uttar Pradesh's Rae Bareli, where 46 people were killed. "The blast occurred on Wednesday night at the mill in Sadamusa when workers were on duty", a police official said.
  • Celtic snap up Compper from RB Leipzig

    Celtic snap up Compper from RB Leipzig

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    Speaking to his new side's official website, Compper said: "When I first heard of Celtic's interest I was immediately very keen and eager to come". German cap Compper has yet to lift any silverware throughout his career. "But the whole package with Celtic , including having the chance to qualify for the Champions League is so interesting". Compper is clearly a character who can benefit Celtic's young squad, and this might just have been what they have really been missing in European ...
  • Rosie O'Donnell faces conservative backlash after offering to pay GOP senators

    Rosie O'Donnell faces conservative backlash after offering to pay GOP senators

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    If she was, that would constitute a felony, as right wing sites, like The Daily Caller , have been quick to point out . O'Donnell, who is now selling her South Nyack home, offered $2 million each to Sen. When a Twitter user asked O'Donnell if this could actually stop the Senate from passing the bill, she doubled down , saying, "I will write them a check".
  • Financial Times: Trump to Label China Strategic 'Competitor'

    Financial Times: Trump to Label China Strategic 'Competitor'

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    Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. China on Tuesday urged the United States not to distort facts about the Asian power and discard the Cold War mindset it sees in a national security strategy report issued by Washington.
  • Theresa May's deputy Damian Green QUITS over computer porn storm

    Theresa May's deputy Damian Green QUITS over computer porn storm

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    The prime minister expressed "deep regret" at his departure, according to the BBC. Green's spokesman had denied that Green ever watched or downloaded pornography on the computers seized from his office. But the prime minister clearly took this decision very seriously. To lose one of the few who understood her, who she trusts, leaves her a lonelier figure tonight.
  • Franken to resign January 2

    Franken to resign January 2

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    Resigning "was his choice to make", said Sen. Days after Franken said he planned to step down, Minnesota's Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton chose Smith as his successor . And he argued that "some of the allegations against me are simply not true". "I know there's been a very different picture of me painted over the last few weeks, but I know who I really am", he said then, adding, "I know in my heart that nothing I have done as a senator - nothing - has brought dishonor on this institution".
  • Mexico Bus Crash Kills 12, Including Eight American Tourists

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    Another 20 people were injured in the crash on a road between Mahahual and Cafetal in Quintana Roo state. Chacchoben is about 110 miles south of Tulum , another popular tourism site. The cruise ships - the Celebrity Equinox and Serenade of the Seas - both left Florida several days ago. It was shortly after 9 a.m. and a convoy of buses from the cruise port at Mahahual was headed to Chacchoben , he said.
  • Bird spikes in Bristol trees to protect cars cause dismay

    Bird spikes in Bristol trees to protect cars cause dismay

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    However, one resident, who did not want to be named, said the spikes "don't prevent other wildlife" and the trees are "full of squirrels". "There is a big problem with bird droppings around here", they said. 'Sometimes it's too easy to lose sight of the benefit that we all gain from trees and green spaces and from the presence of wildlife around us in the city'.
  • Egyptian army officer, 7 militants killed in clashes in Sinai

    Egyptian army officer, 7 militants killed in clashes in Sinai

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    Egypt has experienced a wave of militant attacks, mainly targeting security forces and Christians, since Egypt's military toppled democratically-elected, but divisive, Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in 2013. In November, a terrorist attack at a mosque in North Sinai killed no fewer than 305 Muslim worshippers, including children, and wounded over 120 others.
  • Trump's approval rating hits historic low of 35 percent

    Trump's approval rating hits historic low of 35 percent

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    The 35 percent approval rating is Trump's worst mark yet in CNN polling . Eighteen percent said they would "definitely vote for the incumbent" and an additional 18 percent said they probably would. Democrats are reversing away from a commitment to influence a vote this month over the providence of thousands of illegal immigrants ushered into this country as children annoying crusaders but possibly avoiding the ultimatum of the government closure at a disparaging instant in expending ...
  • Michael Ray arrested for DUI and drug possession

    Michael Ray arrested for DUI and drug possession

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    When cops arrived, Michael reportedly had "bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, reeked of alcohol and he stumbled when he got out of the vehicle". The Orlando Sentinel quotes the arrest report - Ray says his foot slipped off the pedal, causing him to hit a 2016 blue Toyota Scion in front of him.
  • ATF offers guidance for gun dealers in path of California wildfires

    ATF offers guidance for gun dealers in path of California wildfires

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    Fire spokesman Capt. Rick Crawford says cooler temperatures, slightly higher humidity and light winds forecast for Monday and Tuesday will be "critical" for firefighters hoping to make progress against the Thomas Fire. And gusty winds are to return to Los Angeles and Ventura counties on Thursday and Friday. The largest, the 2003 Cedar Fire near San Diego, destroyed 273,246 acres .
  • Turkey Wants To Stick Enes Kanter In Jail For Criticizing President

    Turkey Wants To Stick Enes Kanter In Jail For Criticizing President

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    In response, the 25-year-old Kanter - the third pick in the National Basketball Association draft when he joined Utah Jazz in 2011 - said he was dedicating himself to Gulen and the cleric's Hizmet (Service) movement. Kanter believes that his outspoken political views are the reason behind his detainment and passport cancellation too. However, this would also lead to the arrest of his father (in June).
  • U.S. turns sanctions screw on Russian Federation, blacklists Chechnya's Kadyrov

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    Kadyrov has been added to a list of suspected human rights abusers who have been barred from entering the United States and have had any assets held in US banks frozen under the Magnitsky Act. A press release the Treasury Department released on Wednesday says Kataev "is reported to have been involved in abuses against gay men in Chechnya during the first half of 2017".