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Eventually, a shaggy-haired man in a green jacket with a plaid scarf around his neck, according to the footage, sneaked up from behind the teen. Hospital staff and workers immediately rushed to the woman's aide. In an email to Storyful, the attorney for the subject of the attack said the defendant appeared to suffer from mental illness and yet was discharged into the ER waiting room where he caused a ruckus to other patients .
  • Bharat Bandh: Protests hit transport, edu institutes

    Bharat Bandh: Protests hit transport, edu institutes

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    The Punjab government on Sunday ordered a security clampdown across the state as a precautionary measure. The state government has also asked the army and paramilitary forces to remain on standby, should matters get worse. There were media reports of more deaths in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh, but police could not immediately confirm fatalities. Some sat on railway lines to block trains.
  • Robredo, Marcos camps ready for vote recount

    Robredo, Marcos camps ready for vote recount

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    Psychometricians, revisors, lawyers and representatives from the two camps will make up the 213 personnel who will be reporting daily to the PET during the counting process. The ballot boxes from the other two provinces will still be retrieved in the coming weeks or months, depending on the PET's schedule. "That is the beauty of an automated election".
  • Trump warns Mexico on frontier immigration

    Trump warns Mexico on frontier immigration

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    President Donald Trump lashed out Monday at Mexico, Democrats and the US Congress in a furious tirade triggered by images of a "caravan" of hundreds of migrants headed for the US border . The president attacked the Mexican government and the Democratic caucus in Congress, blaming them for the border problem and dismissed the Deferred Action for Children's Arrivals (DACA) negotiations.
  • Lawmakers From Pork, Soybean Areas Mum on China Tariffs

    Lawmakers From Pork, Soybean Areas Mum on China Tariffs

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    China is a critical market for many USA manufacturers and tariffs on US imports there would nearly certainly impact demand. After a month of public negotiations between the USA and several other countries, Monday marked the first time another country has formally placed tariffs on US goods in response to the Trump administration's recent trade sanctions.
  • Macron reform drive is make-or-break for French unions

    Macron reform drive is make-or-break for French unions

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    Drivers and signallers will walk out for two days in every five until the end of June, wrecking timetables and forcing managers to cancel hundreds of trains. In an interview with Wired , he said there was even a risk AI could "jeopardize democracy". The SNCF fears that Macron's proposals to cut rail workers' benefits is the first step towards privatizing the national rail system.
  • Expelled Russian diplomats return from US amid spy dispute

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    The Kremlin has vehemently denied the accusations that it was behind the nerve agent attack and ordered Britain and its allies to recall some of their envoys from Russian Federation. Gough specified that the expulsion of the Russian diplomats is not just the act of the solidarity with the United Kingdom, "it is also a clear response to the fact which we consider as the threat to our collective security".
  • D'Antoni: Rockets need rhythm back, not rest

    D'Antoni: Rockets need rhythm back, not rest

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    As a result, Mike D'Antoni is certainly a candidate to win his second-straight Coach of the Year award. So why does Dallas of all places, lead the league in attendance, while the Rockets sit at 13? "How it became vogue just not to play, I don't know".
  • Trump, Lacking Leverage Over North Korea, Takes Aim at South Instead

    Trump, Lacking Leverage Over North Korea, Takes Aim at South Instead

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    Trump did not explain what leverage the United States would achieve by holding up the trade deal with South Korea. Trump did not explain what leverage he thought the US would wield by holding up the trade deal with South Korea. Trade Representative. That's double the current cap of 25,000 cars, although actual sales are well below that. The president himself called it a "great deal for American and [South] Korean workers" on his Twitter page after the details were announced by the us ...
  • Russia Foreign Minister Lavrov says Britain could have poisoned spy

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    Russia's foreign minister has suggested the British secret services may have been involved in the poison attack on former spy Sergei Skripal to distract attention away from Brexit. "How far we all go" did not depend on Russian Federation, he said, adding Moscow would follow "the principle of reciprocity". Accusing the United Kingdom of "putting decency aside" by blaming Moscow, Mr Lavrov found it "outrageous" that Britain had failed to provide access to Yulia Skripal, 33, since it ...
  • Afghan air strike against Taliban hits civilians

    Afghan air strike against Taliban hits civilians

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    Dawood Shah Safari, head of the provincial education department, told RFE/RL that a total of 52 girls were transferred on April 2 to a hospital in Helmand Province's capital, Lashkar Gah. I say, in a big meeting like this where children and old men were present, is this a Taliban meeting. Footage showed injured children lying in a local hospital.
  • Man accused of burglary pulls gun on police officer, taken to hospital

    Man accused of burglary pulls gun on police officer, taken to hospital

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    Police found eight tires and wheels inside the auto and they believe two other people were victims of thefts. A third son was unharmed. The LNP at the same time says it has launched an immediate investigation into the recent mob action on Thursday March 29, 2018 that led to the death of a 26- year- old man identified as Courage Swen in the J.J.Y Community of Gardnerville.
  • Ex-Students Allegedly Planned To Kill Hyderabad University Chief, Arrested

    Ex-Students Allegedly Planned To Kill Hyderabad University Chief, Arrested

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    Interestingly, the law student was arrested by the Palvancha police in Khammam district a couple of years ago and was sent to the Warangal Central Prison for contacts with the Naxalites. The assassination would also help the Maoist party get more recruitments. "Because of the strong resentment among students for professor Appa Rao, the deed of the Maoist party would be appreciated, thus pulling more number of students towards the party ideology", the SP said, while explaining the Maoists' idea.
  • Child abuse advocacy agency opens satellite office in Rogers

    Child abuse advocacy agency opens satellite office in Rogers

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    To confront rising numbers of abuse and neglect reports, Hennepin County's leading child abuse protection advocacy agency is opening a satellite office in Rogers. The boy's mother told an investigator that she had instructed the child to lie about his injuries because she was afraid of the child being taken away from her, the complaint said.
  • Cauvery Management Board: AIADMK MP rolls back resignation

    Cauvery Management Board: AIADMK MP rolls back resignation

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    As the party workers, led by N Karthik, MLA, staged a rail roko at Singanallur station, two DMK functionaries doused themselves with kerosene and tried self-immolation at Peelamedu in the city, some 5 km from the station, police said. MP Muthukaruppan on Monday resigned over the Cauvery issue. Meanwhile, following a flash protest at the Marina beach here on Saturday over the Cauvery issue, security was stepped up in the locality and entry to the area was under tight regulations.
  • Army Called In As Madhya Pradesh Sees Worst Violence During Bharat Bandh

    Army Called In As Madhya Pradesh Sees Worst Violence During Bharat Bandh

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    Protesters clashed with security forces, attacked buses and government buildings, and blocked trains and major roads. Prasad said the government has filed a very comprehensive review petition in the matter. Reports said a police outpost near Meerut in Uttar Pradesh was set on fire. However, roads were blocked in the city centre, causing lengthy traffic jams.
  • Matt Barnes organizes rally for Stephon Clark

    Matt Barnes organizes rally for Stephon Clark

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    Clark was shot eight times , including six times in the back, said civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who is representing Clark's family, at a press conference releasing an independent autopsy report on Friday. He was holding a cellphone. They have also blocked fans from entering National Basketball Association games and joined Clark's brother as he interrupted a City Council meeting and chanted his brother's name.