• German man reports WWII bomb, police find zucchini

    German man reports WWII bomb, police find zucchini

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    A anxious 81-year-old called police when he spotted the 16inch (40cm) vegetable- also known as a zucchini - in his garden. Police from Karlsruhe, a city near Bretten, posted about the incident on Facebook , including a photo of the eggplant in question.
  • 10-year-old immigrant with cerebral palsy released

    10-year-old immigrant with cerebral palsy released

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    Her lawyers said Rosa Maria has been served with a notice that she could face deportation but charges have not been officially filed in immigration court. "We're thrilled that she can go home to heal surrounded by her family's love and support", Michael Tan, an attorney with the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project, said in a statement .
  • North Korea calls for a halt to 'brutal' sanctions

    North Korea calls for a halt to 'brutal' sanctions

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    Two U.S. bombers accompanied by Japanese and South Korean fighter jets flew near the Korean Peninsula Thursday. In August, Trump told reporters he would unleash "fire and fury like the world has never seen" against North Korea and, a month later, said he was prepared to "totally destroy" the reclusive, communist country during his first address to the U.N.
  • Jignesh Mevani meets Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat

    Jignesh Mevani meets Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat

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    While accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of lending a deaf ear towards the woes of Dalits, Mevani said he is grateful to the Congress party for paying heed to their plight. Addressing a public meeting at Pardi in Valsad district today, Mr Gandhi alleged that except a few businessmen, none is happy in Gujarat. Hardik Patel , the patidar quota stir leader, the most prominent among the three, has so far not declared support to the Congress, but has been critical of the BJP.
  • Conservative Republicans Call for Mueller's Resignation over 'Conflicts of Interest'

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    Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz introduced legislation on Friday urging Mueller to resign over a conflict of interest related to the 2010 Uranium One deal approved by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . On Monday, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business associate Richard Gates were indicted for conspiracy against the USA and money laundering, among other charges, and former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to Federal Bureau of ...
  • Trump recalls little of Russian Federation meeting

    Trump recalls little of Russian Federation meeting

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    Sessions' testimony directly contradicts an Federal Bureau of Investigation affidavit that alleges former Trump adviser George Papadopoulos spoke directly with Sessions about potentially arranging a meeting with then-candidate Trump during the 2016 election.
  • Florida woman charged with DUI on a horse

    Florida woman charged with DUI on a horse

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    Polk deputies said Byrne smelled like alcohol, had red watery eyes and staggered when she tried to walk. Byrne was then arrested and the horse was transported to the Polk County Sheriff's Animal Control livestock facility. Cops hitched the animal to a patrol auto while it ate grass and then transferred the horse to the Polk County Sheriff's Animal Control livestock facility.
  • GBHSS celebrates 548th Prakash Utsav of Guru Nanak

    GBHSS celebrates 548th Prakash Utsav of Guru Nanak

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    Gurupurab is a festival celebrated by the Sikh Community, to mark the birth anniversary of Sikh Guru. "Along with our Sikh brothers and sisters, let us celebrate the historic day with great fervour and collective spirit and effort while asserting the message of morality, hard work and truth inherent in the preaching of Guru Nanak", said Pema in a message here this evening.
  • Trump tweets NYC terror suspect 'should get the death penalty'

    Trump tweets NYC terror suspect 'should get the death penalty'

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    While in the hospital after his capture, he asked to fly an ISIS flag in his hospital room and said "he felt good about what he had done". It was deadliest attack that officials labeled terrorism in NY since 2001, when hijackers crashed two passenger planes into the World Trade Center, killing more than 2,600 people.
  • 'Cowardly act of terror': Truck driver kills 8 on bike path

    'Cowardly act of terror': Truck driver kills 8 on bike path

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    A lot of people on the ground", said Chen Yi, an Uber driver. Police urged people to stay away from the area - specifically "the area of West St. (Barclay St.to Christopher St.)" - and are reportedly closing a broader area in Lower Manhattan, though the exact streets being closed have not yet been confirmed.
  • USA carries out first airstrikes against Islamic State in Somalia

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    The first strike occurred around midnight Somalia time (0300 GMT) with the second strike coming at about 11:00 am (1400 GMT). The airstrikes were carried out under the authorities given to U.S. The al Shabaab group aims to drive out the peacekeepers, topple Somalia's Western-backed government and impose its strict version of Islam on the Horn of Africa state.
  • House OKs children's health funds, but obstacles remain

    House OKs children's health funds, but obstacles remain

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    CHIP, which provides health insurance to about nine million children, has been a bipartisan programme since its creation 20 years ago and reauthorising funding has not been contentious - until now. Republicans control 52 of the Senate's 100 seats, and 60 votes are needed for passage there. They say cutting the public health program would reduce money for providing vaccines and opioid abuse efforts, and charging top earners more for Medicare would prompt many of them to drop their coverage.