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Filed in Clark County District Court by The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence on behalf of three unnamed victims, the complaint alleges that Slide Fire Solutions Inc, a bump stock manufacturer, behaved negligently in producing and selling the devices, according to the AP.
  • Monkey Pox Outbreak- Minister Calls For Calm

    Monkey Pox Outbreak- Minister Calls For Calm

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    He criticised an unnamed officer in the state whom he said "displayed overzealousness" by reporting the case to the Federal Ministry of Health without proper examination of a suspected case. He urged the people to maintain simple hygiene of washing hands when they touch animals whether dead or alive. "We have also done several things and the most important thing is that we are telling the public that if you see any body that has developed an unusual rash, that is similar to chicken pox rash ...
  • Californians will get more information on drug prices under new law

    Californians will get more information on drug prices under new law

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    Drug companies may think twice about raising prescription drug prices more than 8%/year (or 16%/two years) and triggering the disclosure requirements. Roughly 2.3 million undocumented immigrants live in California, the largest population in the nation, compared with other states. Brown says the bill was part of a broader push toward correcting growing economic inequities in the USA, and called on the pharmaceutical leaders "at the top" to consider doing business in a way that helps those ...
  • 2 killed in ambush attack by gunmen on vehicle

    2 killed in ambush attack by gunmen on vehicle

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    The driver of the vehicle, two police officers and several students were also injured when the shooters ambushed their vehicle as it arrived on campus. "The officers were escorting university staff members when they were ambushed by the gunmen who killed two and wounded three including two officers", said regional police chief Larry Kieng.
  • Bombing of Marseilles: A brother's slaying arrested in Italy

    Bombing of Marseilles: A brother's slaying arrested in Italy

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    The male suspect is a brother of the knifeman of Marseille attack, 29-year-old Tunisian Ahmed Hannachi. "They appeared before an investigating judge ... Amri killed 12 people at a Berlin Xmas market before going on the run and being shot dead at Milan central train station in December 2016. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but French investigators have not yet found evidence linking it to the jihadi fighters.
  • Stephen Paddock 'gambled $1ma night' and had Valium doctor on retainer

    Stephen Paddock 'gambled $1ma night' and had Valium doctor on retainer

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    New details about Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock have emerged and may offer more insight into his behavior and personality prior to last week's tragedy at the Route 91 Harvest festival. The 64-year-old was such a high roller that he claims numerous hotel rooms he stayed in were "comped [complimentary]". According to law enforcement, Paddock, 64, shot and killed himself before police entered his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, where they found numerous ...
  • Police Officers Detail Las Vegas Shooting on '60 Minutes'

    Police Officers Detail Las Vegas Shooting on '60 Minutes'

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    Six minutes later, Paddock began shooting on the crowd of 22,000 from his 32nd-floor suite, killing 58 people and injuring almost 500 more. But the guard managed to direct police to the exact location of Paddock's suite and even provided a hotel key to officers looking to clear rooms on the 32nd floor before they insisted he get medical attention.
  • Kate Middleton gives first look at baby bump since pregnancy announcement

    Kate Middleton gives first look at baby bump since pregnancy announcement

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    While the rumors about the alleged pregnancy of Pippa Middleton, the young woman seems to be thinner than ever in a photo taken of it on Sunday, October 8, during a shopping trip . Medical experts say the debilitating condition is a lot more prevalent in mums expecting twins - leading some to suggest that Kate could be suffering from the effects from the illness even more with this pregnancy.
  • Russia: US-led Coalition

    Russia: US-led Coalition "Imitate" Fight against ISIL in Iraq

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    The US-led coalition sharply reduced its airstrikes in Iraq in September when Syrian forces, backed by Russian air power , launched a campaign to recapture Deir az-Zour Province, Russia's Defence Ministry said in a statement. Monitoring processes confirmed the destruction of four tanks, three armored personnel carriers, nine off-road vehicles armed with heavy machineguns and two multiple rocket launchers, Konashenkov said.
  • Gas leak leaves 200 students ill in UP

    Gas leak leaves 200 students ill in UP

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    Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered a probe by Saharanpur Commissioner. A case will be registered against the management of the sugar mill and orders have been issued to the district officials of Pollution Control Board to conduct an inquiry and find out the exact cause of the incident, the statement added.
  • Trump says he doesn't believe feud with Corker hurts tax-reform chances

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    Trump's tense relationship with Tillerson burst into public view last week. "I think it's fake news, but if he did that, I guess we'll have to compare IQ tests", Trump told the magazine. "He also wanted to be Secretary of State, I said "NO THANKS". As a refresher, we offer 17 of the toughest criticisms of Trump from his fellow GOP leaders.
  • Corker spat complicates drive for tax reform in Senate

    Corker spat complicates drive for tax reform in Senate

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    Corker and Trump exchanged insults on Twitter over the weekend, and in an interview with The New York Times published Sunday, Corker said Trump is acting "like he's doing "The Apprentice" or something", and added that he could set the nation "on the path to World War III".
  • Hamas, Fatah open reconciliation talks in Egypt

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    Tuesday's meeting is expected to discuss a number of controversial issues, the most hard of which would be the security authority in the Gaza Strip and borders. He said that the case of the border crossings has been "resolved" and practical steps should be immediately taken on the ground, whether on the Israeli or Egyptian side.
  • Big Boss 11: Evicted Zubair Khan accuses Salman Khan of threatening him

    Big Boss 11: Evicted Zubair Khan accuses Salman Khan of threatening him

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    Now, the film producer who had entered the show as a commoner has come up with more. It has truly been one jholjhaal ride so far, as Zubair was admitted to a hospital reportedly for taking excessive sleeping pills in the house. She had spit in the food of other contestants. Earlier, before announcing the eviction of Zubair, Salman lost his cool at him in the episode aired on Saturday, October 9.
  • Aramco inaugurates New Delhi office to support Saudi oil investments

    Aramco inaugurates New Delhi office to support Saudi oil investments

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    Investing in the plant, which is slated to be among the world's largest, follows efforts by the producer known as Saudi Aramco to bulk up on refining assets ahead of what could be the biggest-ever initial public offering. "We intend to strengthen partnerships with Indian energy firms - beyond the supply of crude and LPG - and also invest in refining, distribution, retail and petrochemicals that strengthens India's energy sector, and helping to enhance resilience against volatile oil ...