• Toddler Saves Baby Brother After Car Accident That Killed Their Pregnant Mom
Toddler Saves Baby Brother After Car Accident That Killed Their Pregnant Mom

It wasn't a place that could be easily seen off the road, but Kylen somehow got out of the vehicle and started walking as his one-year-old brother sat strapped in the mangled auto, but still alive. The younger child is being treated for dehydration. A family member contacted the sheriff's office and told authorities that the boy's 1-year-old brothe...

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  • Saudi Arabia 'seeks death penalty for woman activist'
Saudi Arabia 'seeks death penalty for woman activist'

It's to the credit of Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland that despite Saudi attempts to bully Ottawa into silence, through sanctions that included expelling Canada's ambassador and ordering home many students studying here, she has raised a fresh concern - this one related to Saudi Arabia's reported plans to execute a female political...

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  • Islamic State chief urges militants to fight on
Islamic State chief urges militants to fight on

Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in his first purported speech in almost a year, has called on followers to fight on despite recent defeats, according to an audio recording posted on the group's media outlet. over regional influence and clout. IS overran large swathes of Syria and neighboring Iraq in 2014, proclaiming a "caliphate" ...

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  • Malaysian PM cancels Chinese-funded projects for now
Malaysian PM cancels Chinese-funded projects for now

The others are two pipeline projects worth a combined $2.3 billion - a petroleum pipeline stretching 600 kilometers along the west coast of the Malay Peninsula and a 662-kilometer gas pipeline in Sabah, the Malaysian state on the island of Borneo.

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  • Facebook is rating your trustworthiness: What that means
Facebook is rating your trustworthiness: What that means

It's "not uncommon for people to tell us something is false simply because they disagree with the premise of a story or they're intentionally trying to target a particular publisher ", Lyons told the Post . At present, this is strictly an internal measure and there is no way for users to check their reputation score, a precaution likely put in p...

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  • Peter Dutton releases legal advice on his eligibility to sit in Parliament
Peter Dutton releases legal advice on his eligibility to sit in Parliament

Here are the five key developments so far today. Mr Dutton's supporters circulated a letter on Wednesday night calling for the party room to meet. It's on. "At most, they address whether or not Mr Dutton was disqualified before the new scheme came into effect - but neither purports to say whether or not Mr Dutton is disqualified under the new...

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  • Donald Trump rages on Mueller investigation following New York Times report
Donald Trump rages on Mueller investigation following New York Times report

Anybody needing that much time when they know there is no Russian Collusion is just someone.looking for trouble. Trump went on to tweet that Mueller's team is focusing on obstruction of justice after finding no collusion, claiming: "If you FIGHT BACK or say anything bad about the Rigged Witch Hunt, they scream Obstruction!" Trump reportedl...

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  • Magnitude 7.0 quake shakes Venezuela, felt in Trinidad, Grenada
Magnitude 7.0 quake shakes Venezuela, felt in Trinidad, Grenada

The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Center said the quake , which was fairly deep, could cause small tsunami waves along the coast near the epicenter, 23 miles southwest of the town of Carupano. Around 5:31 p.m. yesterday, an natural disaster centered near the Venezuelan town of Guiria, but felt as far north as Dominica, as far west as Colombia, and as far...

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  • Michael Cohen Enters Into Plea Deal With Federal Prosecutors
Michael Cohen Enters Into Plea Deal With Federal Prosecutors

Cohen meant to plead guilty to at least one charge, multiple news organizations reported . Investigators are also examining more than $20 million in loans obtained for Cohen and his family's taxi companies, The New York Times reported , citing people familiar with the matter.

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  • Amid Fiscal Woes, Malaysia PM Calls for China's Understanding
Amid Fiscal Woes, Malaysia PM Calls for China's Understanding

Mahathir gave the assurance when meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Diaoyutai State Guest House here today. But Beijing has been eager to use Mahathir's visit to present a united front with Malaysia, China's biggest trading partner among the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), amid an escalating trade war...

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  • At least 11 dead in surge of white-water creek in Italy
At least 11 dead in surge of white-water creek in Italy

The news agency ANSA said the dead included one such guide, a 32-year-old who also worked as a rescue worker during the avalanche that buried the Rigopiano hotel in Abruzzo in January 2017. Powerful lights were being used to help rescuers work under cover of darkness, regional civil protection chief Carlo Tansi said. "I was lucky, it was an...

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  • Italy's state lender could take control of Autostrade
Italy's state lender could take control of Autostrade

Expert technical teams moved in to check the structure this morning. But some families have said they will boycott the event and hold their own private services, as a sign of protest against what they say was negligence that caused the bridge to collapse .

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  • Man charged with murder in disappearance of Iowa student
Man charged with murder in disappearance of Iowa student

Court records don't list an attorney for Rivera, who is jailed on a $1 million cash-only bond. Rivera said he was following her along a country road in his vehicle and that he got angry when Tibbetts threatened to call the police if he did not leave her alone.

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  • Seattle air pollution equivalent to smoking nine cigarettes thanks to wildfire ash
Seattle air pollution equivalent to smoking nine cigarettes thanks to wildfire ash

According to Air Visual , which tracks the global levels with an interactive map, a hazard level of air pollution is an AQI level of 301. Although we can't feel it yet, the change is already taking place as wind direction started to change on Wednesday to a westerly direction, bringing the prospect of sweet ocean breezes and eventual relief for th...

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  • Accused Russian in U.S. faces 'borderline torture': Moscow
Accused Russian in U.S. faces 'borderline torture': Moscow

A Russian woman charged with attempting to infiltrate the National Rifle Association and other American political groups as a covert agent for the Russian Federation has been moved from the D.C. Should allegations pressed against Maria before the actual trial condemn her to practices that are slightly below torture? "This lawlessness must s...

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  • Haj 2018: What is the Day of Arafat?
Haj 2018: What is the Day of Arafat?

Over 1.28 lakh Indian pilgrims have reached Saudi Arabia to perform annual Hajj . No fewer than 37,746 Nigerian Muslims have been transported to Saudi Arabia to perform this year's hajj. And perhaps most surprising, Canadians recently found themselves in the cross-hairs of Saudi anger over their diplomats tweeting their desire to see d...

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  • Israel closes Gaza crossing ahead of Eid holiday
Israel closes Gaza crossing ahead of Eid holiday

Bennett has been critical of the reported efforts by Israel to reach an agreement with Hamas, but while he is "opposed to a ground incursion", the Education Minister believes there are other viable options to deal with violence coming from Gaza.

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  • Ahead of cross-border family reunion, South Koreans express anticipation
Ahead of cross-border family reunion, South Koreans express anticipation

If the fifth inter-Korean summit does turn out to be more of a challenge than the preceding Moon-Kim encounter this year, South Korean faith in the administration may recede, if not the sense of optimism about peace on the peninsula, more broadly.

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  • Two charged in USA with spying for Iran
Two charged in USA with spying for Iran

Washington is reimposing sanctions on Iran after President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the multinational deal with Iran aimed at curbing its nuclear ambitions. Three months later, he was paid $2,000 (£1,500) by Mr Doostdar for the photographs, many with notes about the individuals pictured. According to the indictment, the pictu...

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  • United States dreams of repeating 1953 Iran coup scenario
United States dreams of repeating 1953 Iran coup scenario

He was speaking on the 65th anniversary of a US-backed coup that overthrew a democratically elected Iranian prime minister, an occasion when anti-American sentiment runs particularly high in the Islamic Republic. Tehran has accused the Trump administration of pushing for "regime change" in Iran, deepening distrust. "Iran can respond to Europe's ...

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