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The duo forced Victor Mlotshwa 27, into a coffin and threatened to set it on fire after he trespassed on their land in the northeastern Mpumalanga province. They denied the charges, saying they had only meant to frighten the suspect. The High Court sitting in Middelburg is now hearing an application for leave to appeal application by the legal counsel for Theo Jackson and Willem Oosthuizen.
  • Woman turns up four decades after going missing

    Woman turns up four decades after going missing

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    Investigators said her medical records go back about 30 years, but are sketchy earlier than that. Officials said Stevens recognized herself on her employee photo identification card from the now-defunct Concord Resort. She has no living relatives who could fill police in, either, they said. When Sullivan County Detective Rich Morgan tried to find relatives for a DNA sample to identify the body, he discovered Stevens's Social Security number was being used in MA, according to the Times ...
  • Dual nationality sees Aussie Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce disqualified

    Dual nationality sees Aussie Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce disqualified

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    When Joyce's citizenship troubles came to light, Heard tweeted that she had sent a box of New Zealand's finest kiwifruit "to comfort Mr. Joyce in his hour (of) need". Sky News reported today that the government was considering changes to Australia's Citizenship Act created to prevent issues with people unwittingly becoming dual citizens and thus being prevented from sitting in parliament in the future.
  • Led anti-ISIS coalition confirms more civilian deaths in Iraq & Syria

    Led anti-ISIS coalition confirms more civilian deaths in Iraq & Syria

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    The U.S. -led coalition fighting Islamic State militants said on Thursday another 51 civilians had been killed in strikes in Iraq and Syria, raising the total number of civilians it has killed to 786 since 2014. The launch of the offensive against IS's last Iraqi redoubt comes with federal troops and militia engaged in an operation to reassert central government control over thousands of square kilometres (miles) of territory long disputed with the Kurds.
  • Blaze at fireworks factory in Indonesia leaves 47 dead and dozens injured

    Blaze at fireworks factory in Indonesia leaves 47 dead and dozens injured

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    Safety laws are inconsistently enforced or even completely ignored in Indonesia, a poor and sprawling archipelago nation where worker rights are often treated as a lower priority than economic growth and jobs. Three were in critical condition. Forensic police worked in fading light to examine the debris, setting up a few floodlights to try and establish the cause of the blaze.
  • Iraq's Al-Abadi In Tehran For High-Level Meetings

    Iraq's Al-Abadi In Tehran For High-Level Meetings

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    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday that Tehran would continue its support for Baghdad's battle against terrorism and its efforts to boost national unity, Press TV reported . But Baghdad seems reluctant to go along with Washington's request, judging by a polite but robust remark made on Monday by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's office.
  • Revanth Reddy removed from posts

    Revanth Reddy removed from posts

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    Chandrababu is held responsible for this freakish situation in Telangana by his party leaders as they feel that if he had taken time to meet and supervise TDP leaders in Telangana once in a month, this situation wouldn't have arisen in the first place.
  • JFK assassination records released, hundreds more under review

    JFK assassination records released, hundreds more under review

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    In a memo , Trump directed agencies that requested redactions to re-review their reasons for keeping the records secret within 180 days. Meanwhile, White House spokesperson Lindsay Walters said the administration was working "to ensure that the maximum amount of data can be released to the public".
  • Yogi Adityanath's trip to Taj is 'prayashchit yatra': CPI leader

    Yogi Adityanath's trip to Taj is 'prayashchit yatra': CPI leader

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    Earlier, he cleaned the premises of the western gate parking lot along with BJP workers to promote the Swacchh Bharat Mission and was also shown a presentation by the Archaeological Survey of India. "People who are raising questions over my Agra visit are the ones who have divided society on the basis of caste", he said. But Yogi Adityanath sought to quell the controversy during a rally in Gorakhpur and again on Thursday.
  • US Ambassador: UN report says Syria uses banned sarin gas on civilians

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    The US has welcomed the conclusions, saying the latest report further " confirms what we have long known to be true ", UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said. The report also found that Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants used mustard gas in a separate attack on the town of Um Hosh in northern Aleppo region in September 2016.
  • Two American Women Rescued After Five Months at Sea

    Two American Women Rescued After Five Months at Sea

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    The couple had been stranded since May while attempting to sail from Hawaii to Tahiti. Sailors render assistance to two American mariners who had been in distress for several months after their sailboat had a motor failure and had strayed well off its original course while traversing the Pacific Ocean.
  • "I went to an Ivy League college. I was a nice student".

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    I went to an Ivy League college, I was a nice student, I did very well . I did very well. President Donald Trump touted his Ivy League education on Wednesday, highlighting his experiences as a college student almost 50 years ago as proof that the media is reporting a false image of the 71-year-old president.
  • Pope Speaks With Space Station Astronauts

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    He also asked what part of the astronauts' jobs bring them the greatest joy. During their 20-minute link-up, Pope Francis asked five questions about how their unique perspective from the frontier of the universe has changed or enriched them and what lessons they could share with people back on Earth.
  • Twins' Byron Buxton, Brian Dozier are Gold Glove finalists

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    The winners will be announced on ESPN starting at 9 p.m. ET on November 7. They are chosen by managers and coaches . What follows is a complete list of this year's Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists. Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado is in position to extend his Major League Baseball record for third basemen with a fifth straight Gold Glove Award to begin his career.
  • Far-reaching gambling bill nears vote in state House

    Far-reaching gambling bill nears vote in state House

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    Because the plan was approved by both chambers, the bill will now move to the governor's desk for approval. Leaders of the Republican-controlled legislature say the gambling expansion would pull in roughly $200 million for the state this fiscal year and slightly less in others.