• Chinese tourist, 12, abducted from DC-area airport, police say

    Chinese tourist, 12, abducted from DC-area airport, police say

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    Ma is described as an Asian female with black hair and brown eyes, standing 4-feet-11-inches tall and weighing 90 pounds. Surveillance images showed her leaving the airport with an unknown Asian woman. Huchler said at a subsequent press conference Friday that authorities conducted interviews across the country to trace the footsteps of the tour group in which the youngster was traveling.
  • Vegas gunman spent $1.5M in 2 years,

    Vegas gunman spent $1.5M in 2 years,

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    A survivor of the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting attack on a country music concert reacted to law enforcement closing their 10-month investigation of the massacre. While there are some answers, the greatest overlying question remains a mystery - his motive. This lack of an answer can gnaw at those who survive such violence, said Megan Greene, who survived the Las Vegas attack.
  • Imran Khan summoned by Pakistan’s National Accountability Bureau in helicopter case

    Imran Khan summoned by Pakistan’s National Accountability Bureau in helicopter case

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    Kapil Dev, on the other hand, also said that he had not received any invite, but added that he would not go if he did receive one. Zafar said that a fresh session of the National Assembly could be called on August 11 or 12. But the main rival parties, which on Thursday repeated accusations that the July 25 vote was rigged by the powerful military, vowed to vote together with several smaller parties against Khan's election as prime minister in parliament.
  • Afghanistan: Dozens killed in bomb and gun attack on Shia mosque

    Afghanistan: Dozens killed in bomb and gun attack on Shia mosque

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    On the same day 11 people were killed in the western province of Farah when a bus was hit by a roadside bomb in what was believed to be a Taliban attack. There has been a significant increase in the number of such terrorist attacks in Afghanistan. The attack comes as urban areas across Afghanistan have been rocked by an increasing number of attacks.
  • Donald Trump in mental decline: Omarosa Manigault-Newman

    Donald Trump in mental decline: Omarosa Manigault-Newman

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    The former reality television star, whose first interaction with Trump was on his NBC series " The Apprentice ", says she was troubled by her former boss' May 11, 2017 interview with NBC News' Lester Holt , in which he let slip the real reason he fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey two days prior.
  • Iran preparing to stage massive military exercise in Gulf, US officials say

    Iran preparing to stage massive military exercise in Gulf, US officials say

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    James Stavridis previously told CNBC. These types of IRGC exercises typically happen much later in the year. "We are aware of the increase in Iranian naval operations within the Arabian (sic) Gulf, Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman". Nevertheless, these Iranian threats are most likely a bluff. American officials see no immediate threat, but the move comes as Tehran has increasingly threatened action in the region in response to US sanctions.
  • Temperature in Seoul highest in 111 years

    Temperature in Seoul highest in 111 years

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    The previous high of 40 degrees Celsius was logged at the southeastern city of Daegu in North Gyeongsang province on August 1 in 1942. Some opted for portable electric fans and cold drinks. This year's summer rainy season lasted for only 16 days, half of the normal average. High atmospheric pressure from Tibet and prolonged dryness contributed to the extremely hot weather, according to meteorologists.
  • Judge further extends housing aid for Puerto Rico evacuees

    Judge further extends housing aid for Puerto Rico evacuees

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    In Puerto Rico, this is an important group. Figures from before Maria hit were then used to determine "the average expected deaths for each month". But researchers say the true number of deaths may actually be much higher. The award for Morovis is to remove debris as a result of Hurricane Maria . But other estimates have varied widely. By then, about 2,000 additional Puerto Ricans had died since the hurricane made landfall, Irizarry said.
  • Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro 'survives' alleged drone assassination attempt

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro 'survives' alleged drone assassination attempt

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    Camacho says that several members of the Venezuelan National Guard were injured during the incident. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maruro survived an apparent assassination attempt on Saturday, according to reports. Drones loaded with explosives were apparently detonated near a military event in Caracas where Maduro was speaking at a celebration honoring the 81st anniversary of the country's National Guard.
  • New Zealand PM Ardern back to work six weeks after having baby

    New Zealand PM Ardern back to work six weeks after having baby

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    She emerged as leader of the then-struggling Labour Party a year ago, just weeks before a general election that ended nearly a decade of centre-right National Party rule. However, Ardern said the family will travel together to official engagements, including to NY in September, where she will make a speech to the United Nations.
  • Climber Trapped On Sub-Zero New Zealand Mountain Suffered Just ‘Slight Frostbite’

    Climber Trapped On Sub-Zero New Zealand Mountain Suffered Just ‘Slight Frostbite’

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    Harch reportedly suffered minor frostbite form the ordeal. "As well as the poor weather conditions, there is a high risk of avalanches that is hampering the search assets from reaching the climber's position", Lunt said. Daisley said that while it may have been a goal to tick off, it was not worse the "ultimate price" as it would have been a "bloody scary situation" to be in.