• Doctors accused of using man's foot as pillow after amputating his leg
Doctors accused of using man's foot as pillow after amputating his leg

Administrators at the hospital also vowed "strict action" amid accusations of medical negligence. Ghanshyam's mother and brother-in-law brought him to hospital after the bus he was in overturned while the driver tried trying to avoid hitting a tractor on Saturday.

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  • Stormy Daniels ready to reveal all on Trump 'affair' in TV interview
Stormy Daniels ready to reveal all on Trump 'affair' in TV interview

The offer came as Mr Trump's long-time personal lawyer fought to block a potentially explosive new TV interview with Stephanie Clifford, 38, who uses the stage name Stormy Daniels . Avenatti said Daniels was prepared to wire Trump back the $130,000 payment on or before Friday, in exchange for their previous agreement being "deemed null and void"...

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  • Saudi king calls for anti-corruption units five months into purge
Saudi king calls for anti-corruption units five months into purge

Saudi officials did not immediately respond to AFP's request for comment, but the New York Times quoted the government rejecting the abuse claims as "completely untrue". His skin showed other signs of physical abuse, the person said. The Prime Minister said the visit of Imam-e-Ka'aba would further strengthen the existing close and brotherly...

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  • European Union presses Britain to 'face up to hard facts' on Brexit
European Union presses Britain to 'face up to hard facts' on Brexit

Addressing the European Parliament , Mr Juncker was cheered by Eurosceptic MEPs as he noted the UK's departure was due on 29 March, 2019. Responding to the small group, Mr Juncker said the time would come "when you will regret your decision".

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  • On eve of planned school walkouts, local students hope message resonates
On eve of planned school walkouts, local students hope message resonates

Nikolas Cruz, 19, confessed to the killings; he used an AR-15 assault rifle to shoot people in the school. "We are not safe at school". Last month, almost 1,000 students at Southern Regional High School and 1,000 more at the district middle school participated in a student-organized walkout to protest gun violence and memorialize the victims of...

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  • S. Korea to ease China over USA, N. Korea talks
S. Korea to ease China over USA, N. Korea talks

U.S. President Donald Trump accepting a reported offer to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a stunning turn of events after a year that saw them engage in a heated verbal warfare that included crude insults and mutual threats of nuclear attacks.

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  • Austin package explosions: Police chief issues warning to residents after third bomb
Austin package explosions: Police chief issues warning to residents after third bomb

Both packages were left on the front doorstep and were not delivered by a US mail service, police said . A package found outside a home in Austin , Tex., exploded early Monday morning after it was brought inside, killing one resident and injuring another.

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  • US Secretary, Tillerson, meets Buhari in Abuja
US Secretary, Tillerson, meets Buhari in Abuja

He also planned to meet US Embassy staff, and attend a working lunch with Monica Juma, the nation's minister for foreign affairs. It is believed that the 2019 general elections will also be part of discussions between Tillerson and President Buhari.

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  • Maharashtra: Farmers march throws traffic out of gear in Bhiwandi
Maharashtra: Farmers march throws traffic out of gear in Bhiwandi

Water resources minister and BJP leader Girish Mahajan met the leaders of Kisan Sabha and Communist Party of Marxist during the protest requesting them to withdraw the march on Vidhan Bhavan . The farmers' march, which started in Nashik on Tuesday, reached Bhiwandi in Thane district on Saturday. Fundkar added that he will decide how to han...

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  • England dominant in series decider
England dominant in series decider

New Zealand had been dismissed for 223 after England never allowed the hosts to develop any momentum with the bat. England captain Eoin Morgan: "Our bowlers really did set the tone after winning the toss, probably with a little more bounce than we saw throughout the whole game".

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  • Dazi: Ue a Usa, 'noi partner, dobbiamo essere esclusi'
Dazi: Ue a Usa, 'noi partner, dobbiamo essere esclusi'

Così il Codacons, commentando le nuove politiche commerciali decise dagli Usa e le contromisure annunciate dall'Unione Europea. "Se lasciano cadere le loro orribili barriere su prodotti Usa in entrata, anche noi lasceremo cadere le nostre ", ha detto il presidente statunitense nel giorno dei negoziati a Bruxelles tra Ue, Usa e Giappone .

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  • France President Emmanuel Macron to arrive in India today
France President Emmanuel Macron to arrive in India today

French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said he wants to double the exchange of students between India and France . "We want our ( India and France ) youth to know each other's countries, understand and work so that thousands of ambassadors are ready for our relations and in this direction we have signed two agreements today", he said.

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  • Russians involved in United States election interference possibly Jews: Putin
Russians involved in United States election interference possibly Jews: Putin

Putin , in a previously aired clip of his interview with Kelly, said he will "never" extradite the 13 Russians who Mueller charged in his probe. Putin told NBC . "There's no goal", Putin said. Kelly listed some of the accusations of Russian interference made by Mueller's office and other United States officials, including the spreading of fa...

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  • United Kingdom mulls response, steps up search in Russian Federation spy mystery
United Kingdom mulls response, steps up search in Russian Federation spy mystery

Prime Minister Theresa May said that "if action needs to be taken then the government will do that", but urged "time and space" for the police to conduct their investigation. Wiltshire County police say that "around 21 people", including the Skripals, have received treatment following the attack. "So there may be some clues floating around in her...

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  • Trump exempts Canada from trade tariffs for now
Trump exempts Canada from trade tariffs for now

In a tweet on Thursday, Trump gave a hint of Canada's exemption from the trade tariffs. President Trump is playing with fire. First, he's getting NAFTA and trade deficits wrong. Steel announced it will restart a blast furnace there". The administration clarified this week that Canada, the largest single source of imported steel (about 16 pe...

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  • President Trump's Military Parade Will Not Go Full Authoritarian
President Trump's Military Parade Will Not Go Full Authoritarian

However, a Pentagon memo declared the parade to be excluding tanks in order to lessen the impact inflicted on roads. Trump ordered the celebration last month after he was enthralled by the pomp and circumstance of Bastille Day on a visit to France.

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  • Nor'easter leaves one dead after pummeling Northeast with heavy snow
Nor'easter leaves one dead after pummeling Northeast with heavy snow

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy told reporters Thursday afternoon the state remains under a state of emergency . Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in place from eastern Pennsylvania through the Northeast. Fox News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean said the storm could drop at least a foot of snow on northern New Jersey , t...

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  • High schools students to hold Democratic gubernatorial debate on Sunday
High schools students to hold Democratic gubernatorial debate on Sunday

Mom". The mother can be heard telling her daughter, "Tell them to pray, tell them to pray for strength". In Tallahassee, the Florida House was expected to vote on gun legislation stemming from the school shooting. "Our teachers and other school employees are ready to fiercely defend our students, but none of them should ever have to choose be...

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  • Man pleads guilty in deadly Kansas bar shooting
Man pleads guilty in deadly Kansas bar shooting

Purinton, yelled, "Get out of my country", before shooting Kuchibhotla, who later died from injuries sustained in the attack. The Indian techie was shot dead in a crowded bar in Olathe, Kansas City, the United States on February 22, 2017.

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  • Musk Urges Trump To Push For Fair Auto Trade Policies With China
Musk Urges Trump To Push For Fair Auto Trade Policies With China

These policies have frustrated Tesla CEO Elon Musk , who wants to capitalize on the country's growing demand for electric vehicles. But Tesla is not a typical company and Musk, 46, is not a conventional CEO. The conversation is especially interesting amidst Tesla eyeing its own factory in China. Tesla, however, is firmly opposed to the idea and wo...

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