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However, the zoo has blamed Nadezhda - whose first name means "hope" - for the horror on Saturday. The big cat, called Typhoon, is reported to have sprung onto the keeper after the cage was left open while she was preparing food. Zoo representatives said there would be no further action taken against the animal. This terrifying scene occurred just a few feet away from the fence that separates the exhibit from zoo visitors, who collectively chose to take action.
  • 2017 to be one of the hottest years on record

    2017 to be one of the hottest years on record

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    Previous year set a record for the Earth's average global temperature. As a result of a powerful El Nino, 2016 is likely to remain the hottest year on record, but 2017 is expected to join 2015 as the second or third hottest year. With UN talks on climate change now underway here in Bonn, the report is likely to reinforce a sense of urgency among many delegates. Of course, none of this news is particularly shocking to climate scientists, who have been observing the upwards trend in global ...
  • Gunmen Storm Kabul TV Station In Ongoing Attack

    Gunmen Storm Kabul TV Station In Ongoing Attack

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    A spokesman for the chief of Kabul police said one of the attackers had been killed by Afghan forces. The attack started at about 10:45 am on Tuesday morning when a suicide bomber reportedly detonated his explosives. This is the latest attack in a series of assaults on journalists and media workers in afghanistan. At least seven members of Afghanistan's largest private television station, Tolo, were killed by a Taliban suicide bomber a year ago.
  • 26 dead Nigerian women found on Spanish warship

    26 dead Nigerian women found on Spanish warship

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    That ship had carried out other Mediterranean rescues and had 374 rescued migrants on board. But the Italian government, facing an unending flow of people from Africa and an increase in anti-migrant sentiments from its people, wants to limit the thousands of refugees arriving on its shores each month.
  • Man arrested after traveling to White House to kill 'all white police'

    Man arrested after traveling to White House to kill 'all white police'

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    Michael Arega of Dallas, whose age was not listed by authorities, was arrested on Monday afternoon after police in suburban Montgomery County, Maryland, issued an alert for the suspect in the Washington area, the Secret Service said. Around 4:05 p.m., Secret Service personnel spotted Arega on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue near Lafayette Park. The law enforcement agency plans to further investigate the threat.
  • Woman turns unruly after discovering husband's affair midair, forces pilot to land

    Woman turns unruly after discovering husband's affair midair, forces pilot to land

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    The woman, who had reportedly been drinking alcohol, then started a fight with her husband and "misbehaved" when flight crew tried to calm her down, according to the paper. 'They were sent to Kuala Lumpur by Batik Air flight 6019 for further travel to Doha'. While talking to the daily, a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) official confirmed the weird incident and said,"On November 5, at about 10 am, Qatar Airways flight QR-962 (Doha-Bali) was diverted to Chennai ".
  • United States to End Protected Status for Nicaraguan Immigrants in 2019

    United States to End Protected Status for Nicaraguan Immigrants in 2019

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    The senior administration official briefing reporters said that the Trump administration wants Congress to consider a more permanent solution that would allow those protected to remain in the US anyway. Countries like Honduras and El Salvador have previously asked the Trump administration to extend the special protected status to its citizens. El Salvador originally got its protected status following two separate earthquakes in 2001.
  • No mention of Gibraltar, so far, in leaked Paradise Papers

    No mention of Gibraltar, so far, in leaked Paradise Papers

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    The documents show the Duchy of Lancaster put 5 million pounds in the Jubilee Absolute Return Fund Limited in Bermuda in 2004, with the investment coming to an end in 2010. Are Scots ready to pay more in tax? Just last week, it emerged BrightHouse had agreed to reimburse customers to the value of almost £15m after agreeing a compensation package with the Financial Conduct Authority, following a two-year investigation.
  • Invasion only option to rid Korea of nukes

    Invasion only option to rid Korea of nukes

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    Ted Lieu, D-Calif., and Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz. In a joint statement issued Saturday, 15 Democratic lawmakers and one Republican- all military veterans - called the assessment that a ground invasion would be required to destroy the North's nuclear arsenal "deeply disturbing" and that such an action 'could result in hundreds of thousands, or even millions of deaths in just the first few days of fighting'.
  • Vehicle hits Sydney school, children injured

    Vehicle hits Sydney school, children injured

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    It's believed the vehicle was within the school grounds when the incident happened. Five other patients were taken by ambulance to hospital for treatment. Emergency services at Banksia Road primary school, Greenacre. The crash follows two incidents in which cars crashed into Sydney homes over the past weekend.
  • Field Hockey to Host NCAA Regional

    Field Hockey to Host NCAA Regional

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    The nine NCAA Tournament bids leads all conferences as the ACC earned eight bids, Pac-12 had seven and the Big Ten and Big 12 each had five. The team will enter as the No. It is the 18th tournament that the Gators have hosted at least one match. The 'Noles will face the Ole Miss Rebels on November 10 at the Seminole Soccer Complex.
  • Trump asks Japan to build cars in the US It already does

    Trump asks Japan to build cars in the US It already does

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    Exports from Japan to the US have fallen from 3.5 million cars a year in 1986 to just over 1.5 million in 2016. In typical Trump style at a gathering of U.S. Japanese automakers are also major employers in the U.S., as Business Insider's Bryan Logan reported . Toyota has factories in Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Indiana, Texas and West Virginia.
  • Apple shifted assets to island to evade tax scrutiny

    Apple shifted assets to island to evade tax scrutiny

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    Apple revamped its overseas subsidiaries to take advantage of tax loopholes on the European island of Jersey after a crackdown on Ireland's loose rules began in 2013, according to The New York Times and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists .
  • Tied Lawyer Offers New Account of Trump Tower Meeting With Don Jr

    Tied Lawyer Offers New Account of Trump Tower Meeting With Don Jr

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    Russia , in response to the 2012 legislation, banned adoption of Russian children in the US. Though both Veselnitskaya and the Trump campaign have said the encounter was a bust and that she possessed no valuable information about the Democratic candidate, Mueller is investigating their exchange as part of his probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
  • Deepika Padukone Celebrates Wrap-up Of Padmavati With Ranveer Singh And Others

    Deepika Padukone Celebrates Wrap-up Of Padmavati With Ranveer Singh And Others

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    Sanjay is now busy finishing the shoot of Padmavati . The actor was out of the city with his family. The rumours were fuelled further by Ranveer's cryptic tweet that said "stung by a bee for the first time". Shahid was not upset at all. The "Befikre" star also talked about ace filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and said he is "indebted" to him. Stars who work with Sanjay Leela Bhansali know that he controls the publicity and the actors have no hand in it at all.