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The judge said that argument was likely to prevail. The term relates to the DREAM act , which would have provided similar protections as DACA had it passed Congress . The White House had argued that DACA was an "unconstitutional exercise of authority" by the Obama administration. But this legal battle is not the only thing that could complicate delicate negotiations on the Hill.
  • Kilmarnock reject Rangers' £350000 bid for winger Jordan Jones

    Kilmarnock reject Rangers' £350000 bid for winger Jordan Jones

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    I would be a little bit sad if I was the player, to be honest, that the bid was so low. The Nottingham Forest striker flew into Glasgow last night and is expected to clinch a loan deal until the end of the season. The 22-year-old is poised to end a frustrating period at The City Ground by moving to Ibrox on a loan deal with could ultimately be made permanent in the summer.
  • Rogue wallaby hops onto Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Rogue wallaby hops onto Sydney Harbour Bridge

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    Concerned motorists spotted the animal travelling south along the bridge just before 5am this morning. Sydneysiders called in to radio station 2GB to share their disbelief at a sight that would usually be reserved for an Australian tourism commercial.
  • Building collapses after explosion in Belgium, terrorism ruled out

    Building collapses after explosion in Belgium, terrorism ruled out

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    Emergency rescue teams were rushed to the scene. According to local media, at least five people suffered injuries, while more people may be found trapped underneath the rubble. Authorities are investigating the incident. Antwerp Police said: "The explosion on Paardenmarkt possibly involved three residences". Police said that the explosion was likely caused by a gas leak.
  • 13 children found chained and starving in Perris home, parents arrested

    13 children found chained and starving in Perris home, parents arrested

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    At the home, deputies found children shackled to beds in "dark and foul-smelling surroundings". Authorities initially believed that all the victims they found were children. On top of being in chains and padlocked, the victims were also living in squalor and malnourished, investigators said. "All 13 victims, ranging from the age of two to 29, were transported to the Perris Station and interviewed", the investigators noted in a press release.
  • Qatar accused by UAE of 'intercepting' passenger planes to Bahrain

    Qatar accused by UAE of 'intercepting' passenger planes to Bahrain

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    GCAA described the incident as unsafe and a violation of global laws. After Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt imposed a land, sea and air blockade on Qatar in June, Sheikh Abdullah appeared frequently on Saudi and UAE television programmes expressing his views in support of the measures against Doha .
  • Pope 'afraid' world is 'one accident' from nuclear war

    Pope 'afraid' world is 'one accident' from nuclear war

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    Asked about the threat of nuclear war in the wake of a flurry of nuclear and missile tests since past year in North Korea, the pope said: "I think we are at the very edge". Already there has been recent violence in Santiago , Chile's capital, where at least five churches were recently attacked - some with firebombs - according to the country's Interior sub secretary, Mahmud Aleuy.
  • Hero firefighter catches baby thrown from balcony of burning building

    Hero firefighter catches baby thrown from balcony of burning building

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    More than 80 people were living in this apartment complex building - a lot of them sleeping - when the blaze tore through each room. It even captured an wonderful moment. She caught a toddler which was tossed from a third floor balcony engulfed in flames. The family of 12, though displaced along with dozens of others, is reportedly doing fine and all escaped major injury.
  • Chelsea Manning is running for Senate

    Chelsea Manning is running for Senate

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    Manning came to fame after leaking over 700,000 secret and/or sensitive USA government documents to WikiLeaks. Ms. Manning, previously known as Bradley Manning before coming out as transgender, was convicted in 2013, but was pardoned by former President Barack Obama.
  • Kohli century keeps India going in 2nd test against SAfrica

    Kohli century keeps India going in 2nd test against SAfrica

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    Even as his teammates were struggling against South African seam bowlers on a relatively placid Centurion wicket on Day 2 of the ongoing second Test, Virat Kohli looked a class apart. The last wicket of the morning came when Shami was caught at slips by Hashim Amla from the bowling of Morne Morkel . His 153 took just 217 balls, and contained 15 fours.
  • GOP Rep. on Trump's vulgar remarks: 'I can't defend the indefensible'

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    Mr Trump addressed the issue briefly as he arrived for dinner at his private golf club with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California. Sen. The Olympics you know about. Trump said Democrats aren't for securing the border or stopping the flow of drugs, but are for taking money away from the military.
  • Senior US official meets Tehmina Janjua in Islamabad

    Senior US official meets Tehmina Janjua in Islamabad

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    She lauded the reforms that Pakistan has undertaken in different economic spheres and expressed the United States support for similar reform efforts in the future, it added. The adviser did not raise the issue of outstanding $9 billion that Washington owes to Islamabad on account of the Coalition Support Fund, said the officials.
  • Danish police charge 1000 youths for sharing underage sex video

    Danish police charge 1000 youths for sharing underage sex video

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    The case is "very large and complex", Police Inspector Lau Thygesen said. The material was spread on Facebook from 2015 until the autumn of 2017. The tipoff was subsequently passed on to Danish police via Interpol. It can have consequences for the victims and also for those distributing. Numerous youngsters who share the footage are oblivious to the fact they are committing major criminal offences.
  • Teen bystander injured in Vancouver shooting not expected to survive

    Teen bystander injured in Vancouver shooting not expected to survive

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    A 15-year-old boy from Coquitlam who was in a passing auto was hit by a bullet and is on life-support and is not expected to survive. Police said he wasn't targeted. He received minor injuries that were treated at the scene. Details of what happened remain murky but Sergeant Jason Robillard says there are indications that gunfire was exchanged and investigators hope to speak to anyone who may have dash-cam video of the shooting, or have other details about the attack.
  • At least 20 dead in California mudslides, major highway closed

    At least 20 dead in California mudslides, major highway closed

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    The list of those still missing in the mudslides has shrunk to four. At a church in Santa Barbara, they carried flowers, lit candles and prayed for the families who have lost loved ones. It is not clear when Highway 101 will re-open. Amtrak said it was adding rail cars to each of its five daily roundtrip trains between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara to accommodate commuters grappling with the ongoing closure of US 101.
  • Music For Thought! A Playlist Inspired By Martin Luther King Jr

    Music For Thought! A Playlist Inspired By Martin Luther King Jr

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    Trump's weekly address, released Monday, honored King. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr . "Has Dr. King's dream been realized, or is it still deferred?" he asked. King espoused are still important in America today. Ivanka Trump also tweeted about Martin Luther King Jr . He says that King's teachings hold as much weight today as they did more than half a century ago.