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Reeds Ferry Market, located in southern New Hampshire about 25 miles south of Concord, will receive a $75,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. One Mega Millions ticket matched all six numbers and will claim a $450 million grand prize.
  • Oil Tanker Collides With Cargo Ship Off China's East Coast, Dozens Missing

    Oil Tanker Collides With Cargo Ship Off China's East Coast, Dozens Missing

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    Thirty-two crew members, including 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis, have gone missing after an oil tanker collided with a cargo ship off the coast of east China. Chinese maritime authorities have dispatched eight ships for the search and rescue operation and South Korea has sent a plane and coastguard ship to help, the official Xinhua news agency said.
  • Four weight-lifters killed in accident near Delhi-Haryana border

    Four weight-lifters killed in accident near Delhi-Haryana border

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    The car-a Swift Dezire compact sedan, in which they were travelling, first hit the divider and then cashed into a pole on the highway. While four powerlifters were killed in the accident, Saksham Yadav, who won a gold medal in the 2017 powerlifting championship for the country, was seriously injured along with another player, a police official informed.
  • It's so cold in Florida iguanas are falling from trees

    It's so cold in Florida iguanas are falling from trees

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    According to reporter Maxine Bentzel, the iguanas have "a good chance of thawing out if you move them in the sun". "Once it gets above 50 degrees they'll start to activate and move around", said Maple. Besides iguanas suffering from the cold, sea turtles also stiffen up when temperatures drop. As Miami bundles up thanks to this week's cold snap , one thing to watch out for is falling reptiles.
  • Privilege motion on Rahul Gandhi with Speaker

    Privilege motion on Rahul Gandhi with Speaker

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    Yadav had moved the notice on December 28 under Rule 187, against Gandhi and urged the Chair to take notice of the alleged breach of the privilege of the the Leader of the House. Sources also said former PM Manmohan Singh had seen the two statements before they were made in the House. Mr. Naidu noted in his speech that members need to introspect seriously on their conduct in the House, which lost nearly 34 hours [of the session] due to frequent disruptions.
  • Another fire breaks out at Shiv Shakti building at Lower Parel

    Another fire breaks out at Shiv Shakti building at Lower Parel

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    On 29 December past year, a fire that started at a rooftop pub during a party spread rapidly through the building, killing 14 people, including a woman celebrating her 29th birthday and many of her friends. "There were no causalities in the incident". A massive fire was reported from Cinevista Studio situated at Lal Bahadur Shastri Road on Kanjurmarg in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
  • Pakistan blacklists Hafiz Saeed's JuD and other terror outfits

    Pakistan blacklists Hafiz Saeed's JuD and other terror outfits

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    Pakistan, buckling under pressure from the U.S., at a press release also made public 72 groups that it has banned. The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) issued a notification prohibiting the collection of donations by the JuD, the front organisation of banned terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba, as well as several other such organisations named in a list of banned outfits by the UN Security Council.
  • Former Watergate prosecutor: 'Conspiracy,' not collusion, is main issue in Russian Federation investigation

    Former Watergate prosecutor: 'Conspiracy,' not collusion, is main issue in Russian Federation investigation

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    A Russian language translator, a USA -based employee of a Russian real estate group, and a British music promoter who helped set up the meeting were also present at Trump Tower for the meeting. Sessions' decision to step away prompted Mueller's appointment. One of the people said McGahn contacted Sessions at the president's behest. The California lawmaker is a member of the House Judiciary Committee, which has interviewed former Trump campaign team members about their knowledge of ...
  • Lucknow's Haj House painted saffron by Uttar Pradesh's BJP government

    Lucknow's Haj House painted saffron by Uttar Pradesh's BJP government

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    The Haj House, which earlier had green and white exterior wall, facilitates remote check-ins, pre-immigration and pre-customs checks for pilgrims. The colour saffron is mostly associated with Hinduism and the BJP. They have painted in the BJP's color on the secretariat annex building that covers the offices of chief minister Adityanath and top bureaucrats. He went on to add that CM Yogi Adityanath had also reached out to the Union government and asked Union Agriculture minister Radha ...
  • Firefighter, resident killed in Philadelphia row home fire

    Firefighter, resident killed in Philadelphia row home fire

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    Update: The Red Cross is providing emergency assistance to two additional families - 9 people total - who were affected by this morning's fatal fire in North Philadelphia . LeTourneau graduated in 1993 from Cardinal O'Hara High School and earned an Associate's degree in fire science from Delaware County Community College.
  • Saudi princes detained for palace protest

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    They were also demanding compensation for a death sentence issued against a cousin, Sabq.org said, without naming him. The website reports the royals were sent to Ha'ir prison, a large maximum security facility south of the capital, Riyadh, run by Saudi intelligence services, where criminals, militants and al-Qaida terrorists are held.
  • United States targets former Venezuela food minister in new sanctions

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    The Venezuelan premier lambasted the United States press via his Twitter account Friday, accusing it of waging a "media war" against his country and, more specifically, the Bolivarian government. The four targeted Venezuelans include Rodolfo Clemente Marco Torres, the governor of the northern coastal state of Aragua. Pabon is allegedly responsible for acts of repression by members of the Bolivarian National Guard against street protesters in the country and Torres has allegedly used his ...
  • Man Rips Heads Of 20 Chickens Off In Jealous Rage On Christmas

    Man Rips Heads Of 20 Chickens Off In Jealous Rage On Christmas

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    Police say Ulrich went to several locations, smashing auto windows with an ax and killing the chickens with his hands. The pair face numerous charges, including animal cruelty, the Daily Mail reported. Both men were arrested on Wednesday. Police said Ulrich told them he meant to boil and eat the animal parts. Ulrich has been charged with 20 counts of cruelty to animals, fifth-degree larceny, interfering with a police officer, three counts of first-degree criminal mischief and 10 counts of ...
  • Why President Trump won't ever get kicked off Twitter

    Why President Trump won't ever get kicked off Twitter

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    Social media giant Twitter has defended its decision to allow US President Donald Trump's controversial tweets to remain on the service, saying that blocking a world leader or removing their tweets " would hide important information people should be able to see and debate ".
  • Monfils wins Qatar Open in 4th appearance in final

    Monfils wins Qatar Open in 4th appearance in final

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    However, injuries to players such as Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori have already ensured players outside the top 32 will be seeded, including Rublev, and more dropouts would help Monfils. "I had a long rest and came back strong in 2018". World number five Thiem was the only remaining seeded player still in contention for the Doha title but his withdrawal dealt yet another blow to tennis just 10 days before the season's opening grand slam kicks off in Melbourne.