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by | January 07, 2019 | 02:31

Autopsies showed the girls died of carbon monoxide asphyxiation, prosecutors said. One man survived but was seriously injured. He was to be questioned. The fire broke out at 5 in the afternoon in one of the escape rooms in Koszalin. Firefighters put out a blaze in an adjacent room and then used specialist equipment to break into the locked room.

by | January 07, 2019 | 01:41

Earlier on Sunday, Trump's press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, told Fox News cable television, that the president is prepared to bypass Congress if necessary by declaring a national emergency to build his planned wall along the US-Mexico border .

by | January 07, 2019 | 01:37

The Texans will play the Colts this Saturday. Washington and her 15-year-old daughter Alxis, who was also in the auto when Jazmine was fatally shot, described the killer as a white man with blue eyes, a thin build and no beard who was wearing a black hoodie and appeared pale and "sick".

by | January 05, 2019 | 01:39

The records show he was also accused of using a false Social Security number on a government computer system and using a false account on the system to grade his own examinations. Officials have now confirmed that Whelan holds U.S., British and Irish citizenship. Britain's foreign secretary says Russian Federation is trying to use a man detained as an alleged spy as a pawn in its geopolitical games.

by | January 05, 2019 | 01:19

A National Crime Agency spokeswoman said a 33-year-old Iranian national and a 24-year-old British man were arrested in Manchester on Wednesday evening. Some 539 people crossed the Dover Straits - the Channel's narrowest part at 21 miles (33 kilometres) wide - in 2018, 80 percent making the journey in the last three months.

by | January 05, 2019 | 01:10

A criminal court in Riyadh held the trial session for 11 defendants, local media reported , citing a statement issued by the Saudi Public Prosecution. "Despite audio recordings alleging at least one perpetrator said 'tell your boss" that the mission had been completed - presumably in reference to the Saudi crown prince - the Riyadh government has staunchly maintained neither he nor King Salman had any knowledge or involvement in the death.

by | January 05, 2019 | 01:01

A police spokesman told CNN Thursday that the women - identified only by their given names Bindu Ammini and Kankadurga - are now in an undisclosed location along with some of their relatives. We are doing that". "We are a group of like-minded people". For the first time in the history the temple has been closed due to breaking of tradition.

by | January 05, 2019 | 01:01

I think she dishonored herself and I think she's dishonored her family. She is set to become the first US Congress representative to wear the traditional Muslim veil. aid to Israel. Prior to making the comments, she had spoken about the meaningfulness of being a role-model for young girls. "How do you impeach a president who has won perhaps the greatest election of all time, done nothing wrong" and has had the "most successful two years of any president", Trump tweeted.

by | January 05, 2019 | 00:52

Details about how the data was stolen and exfiltrated from infected phones remain unclear, at the time of writing. The authenticity of the leaked data could not be immediately verified and no discernible pattern could be detected to the leaked documents.

by | January 03, 2019 | 10:43

The tweet shared three police messages describing the case, with the last one noting that there were no injuries during the incident "except to spider ". He later apologised for sparking the large police response. The reports did not identify the man, or the type of spider. In 2016, YOU reported that an Eastern brown snake - one of the most venomous snakes in the world - was bested by a fearsome Australian redback spider, also highly venomous, and rated among the 10 deadliest ...

by | January 03, 2019 | 10:45

The number of injured is as yet unknown. Six passengers were killed when a Danish train crossed a bridge that had been closed to cars because of high winds, and it's suspected the train may have hit fallen cargo from a passing freight train.

by | January 03, 2019 | 10:40

US Customs and Border Protection also said the gas was aimed upwind of people throwing rocks on the Mexican side. Agency spokesman Andrew Meehan says that after rocks were involved, it became "an issue of safety for the officers and frankly safety of the migrants".

by | January 03, 2019 | 07:11

Over the holiday season, countless tourists visited Horseshoe Bend , part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area which is maintained by National Park Service . Campgrounds in the park will be closed effective noon Wednesday, January 2nd. Under the park service's shutdown plan, authorities have to close any area where garbage or other problems become threats to health and safety or to wildlife, spokesman Jeremy Barnum said in an email Monday.

by | January 03, 2019 | 05:17

Ms. Tsai offered a swift rebuke, saying "the vast majority in Taiwan resolutely oppose 'one country two systems '". Xi's Wednesday address was notable for what it did not say: Gone was the bluster of his March 2018 speech , in which he said "not a single inch of our land" would be ceded from China and attempts to "split" China would be "punished by history".

by | January 03, 2019 | 05:17

According to The Times of Israel , the Canary Mission first highlighted a series of racist social media posts from Lara Kollab in November 2018. After discovering the posts, the hospital said it had conducted an internal review and placed her under administrative leave.

by | January 03, 2019 | 04:21

Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday confirmed that two women, in the barred age group, have entered the Lord Ayyappa Shrine in Sabarimala early morning on Wednesday. The Supreme Court lifted a ban in September on women worshipping at Sabarimala temple in Kerala state. Some Hindus consider menstruating women to be impure.

by | January 03, 2019 | 03:12

Rounds said he rode with Trump after meeting him at the airport when the president visited South Dakota during the midterm election season, telling him the state's soybean farmers were facing losses of some $500 million because of retaliatory tariffs.

by | January 03, 2019 | 02:16

US President Donald Trump says his decision to pull American troops out of Syria should not have surprised anyone because he campaigned against US involvement in never-ending wars. "I didn't like the fact that they [YPG] are selling the small oil that they have to Iran", Trump said during a Cabinet meeting at the White House in front of reporters.

by | January 03, 2019 | 01:58

It's a cold opening for the new majority, setting up an early confrontation with the Republican-led Senate and the White House and testing the House Democrats' ability to make good on their campaign pledge to focus on kitchen-table issues in the new era of divided government.

by | January 02, 2019 | 05:23

He, however, added that if Washington failed to deliver on its promises and continued enforcing sanctions, Pyongyang would have "no other choice but take a different path". Since then, the North has halted nuclear and ballistic missile tests. Kim also called for active pursuit of multilateral negotiations among countries involved in the truce agreement that ended the 1950-53 Korean War to discuss replacing the armistice deal with a peace treaty, which he said will lay the groundwork for ...

by | January 02, 2019 | 05:09

Moscow remains "open to dialogue" despite 2018 ending without the hoped-for warming of relations between the Kremlin and Washington, President Vladimir Putin's office assured on Sunday. Putin wished Chinese President Xi Jinping good health, happiness and every success, and the Chinese people happiness and prosperity, according to the Kremlin's press service.

by | January 02, 2019 | 04:35

A federal judge who this month declared the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional ruled Sunday the controversial healthcare law can remain in effect as it goes through the appeals process. A spokesperson for Becerra's office said with this most recent order they are now in a position to officially appeal the ruling. "If the judicial power encompasses ignoring unambiguous enacted text-the text citizens read to know what their representatives have done-to approximate what a judge believes ...

by | January 02, 2019 | 04:26

The latest altercation at the U.S. -Mexico border took place on New Year's Day in the San Diego border sector. "Agents were not in a position to safely assist the children due to the large number of rocks being thrown at them". Under CHP's use of force policy, the incident is being reviewed. The caravan, which left Honduras in mid-October, grew to more than 6,000 members during its month-and-a-half trek north.

by | January 02, 2019 | 03:15

They said there was "initial evidence of mental illness". 'Investigating authorities are now working on the assumption that this was a targeted attack, possibly motivated by the anti-foreigner views of the driver, ' police said, adding that there were indications the suspect suffered from mental illness.

by | January 02, 2019 | 02:58

On December 20th, General Mattis resigned in protest over Trump's surprise withdrawal of USA troops from Syria and delivered a resignation letter that many saw as a public rebuke of Trump's foreign policy. Central Command from 2010 to 2013. Mattis was widely seen as a moderating force against Trump's hostility toward traditional American alliances and overseas military commitments.

by | January 02, 2019 | 02:28

The leader of the isolated North met Moon three times this year, twice at the border truce village of Panmunjom and once in Pyongyang , as a reconciliatory push gathered pace. The U.S. military, Japan Self-Defense Forces and South Korean military are constantly monitoring North Korea for radio waves from their missiles.

by | January 02, 2019 | 01:14

McConnell spokesman Donald Stewart said Senate Republicans would not take action without Trump's backing. They also included a short-term patch extending current funding through February 8 for the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees the border, in the legislation unveiled Monday evening.

by | January 02, 2019 | 01:13

Injecting steam into the sluggish Brazilian economy, which analysts say will require broad austerity measures, may be tougher since mediating between the country's three dozen parties will demand compromise and insider politicking new to Bolsonaro .

by | January 02, 2019 | 00:59

He said he would work towards "a result that will be welcomed by the worldwide community" and said relations between the US and North Korea would move at a "fast speed" if America was willing to work with his own administration. Seoul and Washington are in a security alliance and the USA stations 28,500 troops in the South to protect it against its neighbour, which invaded in 1950.

by | January 01, 2019 | 10:27

The deliberation of murder charges details that Frazee had caused Berreth's death with the intent to do so. A court summary of Thursday's hearing says Frazee's mother filed a motion to intervene in the custody case and made an unspecified placement request.

by | January 01, 2019 | 10:27

Before his departure, Netanyahu said in a statement issued by his office that the meetings will focus on the ties between Israel and Brazil. The president-elect, in his turn, said he would pay a visit to Israel soon and pledges to strengthen cooperation with Israel in various areas.

by | January 01, 2019 | 09:43

Police inspect a auto whose driver rammed his vehicle into crowds on Takeshita street in Tokyo early January 1, 2019. A man aged in his 20s has been taken into custody by police and eight people are so believed to have been injured in the attack.

by | January 01, 2019 | 07:42

The woman had injuries to her face and abdomen and the man had injuries to his abdomen, while a BTP officer suffered a stab wound in his shoulder. Some services through the station were suspended, Greater Manchester Police said. It was just fear, pure fear". "He came towards me", Mr Clack said. He said it looked like both the man in his 60s and the woman with him had been stabbed but both were conscious and were walked to a waiting ambulance.

by | January 01, 2019 | 05:36

The Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation (BCIJ) arrested on Saturday, December the 29th, a Swiss national who has a Spanish citizenship and lives in Morocco. The BCIJ, basically an anti-terrorism unit, also said the detainee "trained the other suspects to use state-of-the art communication technologies" and also taught them to handle weapons, reports Efe.

by | January 01, 2019 | 04:28

The death toll from flash floods and landslides caused by torrential rains due to a tropical depression in the eastern Philippines has jumped to at least 68, officials have said, warning that the number of fatalities will climb even higher.