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Fire department crews were still working to free two riders from the dangling vehicle. They also say the extent of their injuries wasn't immediately known. Firefighters in Daytona Beach, Florida, were called in to rescue 10 people trapped on a derailed roller coaster. 'They were faced with risky conditions as they worked as fast as possible to successfully extricate everyone safely'.
  • Sarah Sanders responds to claims of her leaving the White House

    Sarah Sanders responds to claims of her leaving the White House

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    On Wednesday, reporters were allowed for the first time to see a Texas facility housing almost 1,500 immigrant children separated from their parents by the US government. Seems that would be a little bit problematic. "That is actually repeated a number of times throughout the Bible", Sanders told Acosta at the press briefing.
  • Prominent journalist gunned down in Kashmir

    Prominent journalist gunned down in Kashmir

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    Robert Mohoney, deputy executive director for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) described the killing as a "blatant attack on the freedom of the press". "Prayers and condolences for them and their families on this bad night", he said. "Extremely shocking news", said Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who broke down in front of cameras.
  • NWS: Confirmed tornado hit Wilkes-Barre shopping area

    NWS: Confirmed tornado hit Wilkes-Barre shopping area

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    There were no initial reports of injuries, according to the Associated Press. A Nissan dealership, U-Haul store, Ashley Furniture and Smokey Bones restaurant were also damaged in the storm, the Times Leader said. Debris lay scattered in parking lots and on streets and sidewalks. "I was washing dishes in the back, my manager had us secure the doors", Isles said.
  • Robbie Williams kicks off World Cup 2018 with obscene gesture

    Robbie Williams kicks off World Cup 2018 with obscene gesture

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    The former Nigeria worldwide striker had earlier made an impassioned plea to the Congress to back a bid for another World Cup in Africa after South Africa hosted the 2010 tournament. South Africa's opening ceremony focused on Africa's role as the cradle of humankind, but Russia's opening ceremony mostly contained references to soccer .
  • SNP MPs stage mass walkout during PMQs over Brexit

    SNP MPs stage mass walkout during PMQs over Brexit

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    Mr Blackford said Scotland had been "plunged into a constitutional crisis" as a result of the UK Government's actions and demanded that emergency legislation be brought forward. We could have the vote now or it could be taken at the end... "I've just been advised that the father is the Honourable Gentleman the Member for Norwich South - I'm not going to go so far as to say his behaviour is always impeccable, but the little baby has been impeccable and I think we salute that".
  • Merkel open to European Union migration reform, cautious on eurozone

    Merkel open to European Union migration reform, cautious on eurozone

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    Despite tensions over Trump's intended trade tariffs the USA and its G7 allies had put on an apparent show of unity at the end of the tense summit. "We finished the meeting, really, everybody was happy, and I agreed to sign something", Mr Trump told reporters at a news conference following his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore .
  • United Kingdom govt wins Brexit skirmish _ with concessions

    United Kingdom govt wins Brexit skirmish _ with concessions

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    On Sunday she penned a column in The Sunday Times newspaper saying she had proposed different options for a new customs arrangement with the European Union and that the government would continue to work on them during the negotiations. Known as ping-pong, the bill will move between the commons and the lords until both sides are in agreement on the text - or until the government has made enough concessions for the lords to back down.
  • Theresa May fails to appease Tory rebels on EU Withdrawal Bill

    Theresa May fails to appease Tory rebels on EU Withdrawal Bill

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    It comes despite claims from some that she had personally promised they would have a say on the issue, a pledge that averted a government defeat during voting on Tuesday. I am confident I can get a deal that allows us to strike our own trade deals while having a border with the European Union which is as frictionless as possible", she said.
  • Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates new coastline

    Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates new coastline

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    Kilauea, the most active of Hawaii's five volcanoes, is feared to be on the brink of another major eruption after being rattled by more than 500 earthquakes over the weekend. The smoke is a result of the lava hitting the ocean water, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. "There are flows on the Kona side of the island that are much older than some flows on east Hawaii, they are much older but they have far less vegetation and that's just a reflection of the difference in rainfall".
  • NY sues to dissolve Trump Foundation, cites illegal conduct

    NY sues to dissolve Trump Foundation, cites illegal conduct

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    Barbara Underwood said the charitable foundation had engaged in "unlawful political coordination" created to influence the 2016 election. "Our investigation found that the Trump Foundation raised in excess of $2.8 million in a manner created to influence the 2016 presidential election at the direct and under the control of the senior leadership of the Trump presidential campaign", the attorney general said.
  • Trump's trade adviser apologises for comments on Trudeau

    Trump's trade adviser apologises for comments on Trudeau

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    Navarro had told Fox News on Sunday that there was a "special place in hell" for the Canadian prime minister that "engages in bad-faith diplomacy" with U.S. Kudlow accused Trudeau of acting in bad faith and hindering trade relations. Mr Kudlow said the President won't "let a Canadian prime minister push him around ..." That would devastate the Canadian auto industry, which counts on the U.S.
  • US lauds its ties with Taiwan on dedication of new office

    US lauds its ties with Taiwan on dedication of new office

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    Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said the new complex reaffirmed the " vital relationship " between Washington and Taipei. The new building is a significant upgrade from the low-key military building that AIT has used for decades and will serve as the representative office later this summer, said AIT Director Kin Moy at the opening ceremony.