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She could be seen standing by the vehicle as it remained on the street, and also speaking with officials by the auto when it was parked beside the curb. The crash comes days after Ciara shared some topless pics from her new photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar . " Ciara and the baby are doing well", Ciara's rep tells Billboard .
  • Boy, 5, missing in the Murray, another child savaged, woman arrested

    Boy, 5, missing in the Murray, another child savaged, woman arrested

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    The search operation was launched involving police from Deniliquin Local Area Command, SES, and Maritime Rescue, and the Victorian police airwing. THE grandparents of two children involved in an alleged attempted drowning in the Murray River claim they alerted authorities in Albury to the "imminent risk" to the children following their mother's release from prison.
  • May Slams SNP in Bid to Keep Scotland in UK After Brexit

    May Slams SNP in Bid to Keep Scotland in UK After Brexit

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    The PM will tell the Scots Tory conference she is committed to keeping the United Kingdom together - despite the First Minister being poised to call a second referendum. "I think the SNP needs to move away from the tunnel vision of the issue independence and actually focus on the issues that that matter to people on a day to day basis", she said.
  • US General Says Russia Inadvertently Bombed US-Backed Syrian Fighters

    US General Says Russia Inadvertently Bombed US-Backed Syrian Fighters

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    Top US commander in Iraq Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend dismissed the idea that the current plans for US escalation in Iraq and Syria would result in the deployment of "large numbers" of additional US combat troops. Townsend said Islamic State militants were in the area at one point, but fled to avoid advancing forces, including those backed by Turkey. Russian Federation denied responsibility, saying in a written statement that it had adhered to US guidance on avoiding friendly forces in that area.
  • House intel chair on Trump campaign ties to Russia: 'There's nothing there'

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    Mr Sessions was an early supporter of the Republican candidate and served as a policy adviser during his campaign. President Donald Trump has been dogged by questions about his advisers' ties to Russian Federation since the campaign. The Times reporting is gleaned from more than a half-dozen current and former officials, who say the directive did not come from President Obama himself.
  • Germany arrests 2 Syrian terrorism suspects, accuses 1 of war crimes

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    The second man, Abdulrahman A.A., 26, is also suspected of being a member of Jabhat al-Nusra and of dealing with money and transport for his unit. A total of 36 people allegedly killed by Abdulfatah H.A. He has been investigated for months on the grounds of planning a possible attack Düsseldorf's historic Old Town. Prosecutors did not say whether he was suspected of war crimes.
  • Russian Federation denies accusations of bombing US-backed opposition fighters in Syria

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    Russia's defense ministry replied in a statement that "not a single air strike on the regions specified by the USA side was conducted by Russian or Syrian air forces". Earlier Wednesday, a U.S. commander accused Russian and Syrian jets of bombing US-backed fighters in Syria. "The ISIS fighters withdrew, and the Syrian Arab Coalition fighters advanced into those villages", the general explained.
  • Christian priest booked for raping minor girl

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    The accused, identified as Robin Vadakkancheril, vicar at St. Sebastian Church of Kottiyoor in Kannur district, was taken into custody from Kochi after authorities at a government childline service tipped off the police. The Father has been charged under stringent provisions of the Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act (Pocso) and IPC. The matter came to light after an anonymous call alerted the district Childline.
  • John Day: No more Commonwealth Games, please

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    South Africa's sports minister Fikile Mbalula has been quoted as saying that the city is unable to stage the tournament due to financial constraints. "It does not look like we will find each other", said Mbalula, who added that a final decision was expected from the federation when it meets shortly.
  • Texas Voter ID law challenges in federal court today

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    Here are answers to key questions about the case so far- and where it goes from here. Minority-rights groups have been fighting Texas since 2011 with the support of the Obama administration, which had also sued to block the state's voter ID law.
  • Iran tests anti-ship missile as part of naval drills

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    Washington reacted harshly to a medium-range ballistic missile launch by Tehran late January, saying that it had officially put Iran "on notice" over the test. Just last week, Iran's foreign minister responded to the renewed hostility coming from the US and said Iran is "unmoved by threats" but "responds well" to respect.
  • Iran Plans To Buy Tons Of Kazakh Uranium Over 3 Years

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    The report by the Iranian Students' News Agency ISNA comes a day after the United Nations atomic watchdog said Iran's official stock of enriched uranium had fallen by half after large amounts stuck in pipes was recategorized as unrecoverable under a process agreed with the major powers.
  • French President Hollande weighs in on Trump's Paris remark

    French President Hollande weighs in on Trump's Paris remark

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    At the annual Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor in Maryland on Friday, Trump made the comments to endorse his claim that "national security begins with border security" and defend his order to ban travellers from some Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for security reasons.
  • Israel bans HRW director over 'pro-Palestinian propaganda'

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    In a statement , HRW said the decision came as authorities sought "to limit the space for local and worldwide human rights groups to operate in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories". HRW intends on challenging the decision, which came more than seven months after the application was filed, despite interior ministry regulations stipulating an applicant should receive a decision within 60 days.
  • French far-right presidential hopeful gives Trump gold star

    French far-right presidential hopeful gives Trump gold star

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    On Friday, France's CAC and Germany's DAX were on the back foot amid increasing concerns of potential upset from far-right National Front candidate Marine Le Pen who has gained ground in recent polls. Macron, a 39-year-old ex-banker and comparative political novice who has never held elected office, says he seeks to transcend the classic left-right divide in French politics.
  • Flynn exit creates vacuum Trump's pragmatists may fill

    Flynn exit creates vacuum Trump's pragmatists may fill

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    Meanwhile, Speaker Paul Ryan says President Donald Trump made the "right decision" to ask for Flynn's resignation. He continued by raising concern that his conversations about North Korea could be leaked. Trump". "This was an act of trust - whether or not he misled the vice president was the issue and that was ultimately what led to the president asking for and accepting the resignation of Gen.
  • Kim Jong Nam's death: Footage surfaces showing attack

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    Sponsored content: Agency managers surveyed, many unsure about data storage or how to improve it. Malaysia's friendly relations with both the U.S. and North Korea make one of the few countries where North Korean officials can engage with American counterparts, lifestyle news portal Quartz reports .
  • North Korea vows to reject Kim Jong-nam post-mortem

    North Korea vows to reject Kim Jong-nam post-mortem

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    Police also want another North Korean man, James Ri Ji U, to step forward, and are seeking two other unidentified individuals. The images taken inside Kuala Lumpur International Airport last Monday show a man walking into the lobby, checking flight schedules and approaching a self check-in kiosk.
  • Samsung heir sent to be interrogated

    Samsung heir sent to be interrogated

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    The charges he's facing include bribery, embezzlement, perjury, concealment of criminal records, and illicit transfer of assets overseas. Prosecutors failed to arrest Lee last month, unable to prove the necessity of his detention to the Seoul Central District Court.
  • Gambians celebrate Barrow's inauguration, independence day

    Gambians celebrate Barrow's inauguration, independence day

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    Barrow's inauguration today, coincides with the 52nd Independence Anniversary of the West African country. Now, he will take part in an official ceremony in his home country. We are one family... He first returned to the country January 26, when he assumed power. The Gambia's first leader, Dawda Jawara, who governed from independence in 1965 until the 1994 coup mounted by Jammeh, has also been invited, organisers told AFP.
  • Russian Federation denies intelligence contacts with Trump campaign team

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    Lawmakers are cautious but open to the release of the transcripts of phone calls between former national security advisor Mike Flynn and the Russian ambassador, as long as they do not contain sensitive information. U.S. President Donald Trump holds a news conference at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 16, 2017. Mr Spicer would say only that Mr Flynn was continuing to carry out "his daily functions".