• Pope sells his Lamborghini, will spend money on charity
Pope sells his Lamborghini, will spend money on charity

The auto was sold at RM Sotheby's Monte Carlo Grimaldi Forum with all of the proceeds from its $861,575 hammer price going to special causes. Lamborghini unveiled the vehicle in the Vatican during a special ceremony on November 15 in the presence of Pope Francis, who signed the bonnet.

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  • Deputy injured, suspect killed in west Columbus
Deputy injured, suspect killed in west Columbus

Gofstein said the deputy attempted to make a traffic stop near the corner of Harrisburg Pike and Clime Road around 6:34pm and the suspect fled. One of the deputies returned fire but didn't hit the suspect, who ducked down behind the truck, sheriff's officials said.

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  • Cauvery water dispute: TN parties, Puducherry CM feel uncertainty in Centre's proposal
Cauvery water dispute: TN parties, Puducherry CM feel uncertainty in Centre's proposal

The Opposition DMK reiterated its demand for setting up of an empowered Cauvery Management Board (CMB) to implement the court order on the river-water sharing between the stakeholders - Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Puducherry. Coimbatore: Senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP, L Ganesan today endorsed the view expressed by Tamil Nadu Chief M...

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  • Mumbai man held for planning terrorist attack, received training in Pak camp
Mumbai man held for planning terrorist attack, received training in Pak camp

The Mumbai Police and Kolkata STF also helped the Maharashtra ATS in this operation. He then returned to Mumbai . He was planning to kill several leading Indian politicians and film personalities, and conduct a series of bomb explosions in several cities, the ATS officials said.

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  • Netanyahu to meet Putin amid new round of Syria strikes
Netanyahu to meet Putin amid new round of Syria strikes

The IDF views this Iranian attack with severity. Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to "throw the Iranians out" of his country. Tehran's growing clout in Syria alarms arch foe Israel, which has struck what it describes as Iranian deployments or arms transfers to Hezbollah scores of times during the c...

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  • Stephen Nolan: Eurovision stage invader tried to disrupt my show
Stephen Nolan: Eurovision stage invader tried to disrupt my show

She later wrote on Twitter: "Well, I've always said anything can happen at Eurovision ". The Essex-born performer revealed before the show that four elite guards - "military guys from the SAS" - were by her side in Portugal. He was taken into police custody shortly after being rushed from the stage by security guards. A STAGE invader who scupp...

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  • More Severe Storms Possible
More Severe Storms Possible

There is a lot of moisture suspended in the atmosphere, so all storms will produce heavy rain. Showers and storms again possible this evening into the overnight across KAKEland and a few of them could be strong and potentially severe. Storm chances continue, particularly in central and eastern Kansas. The main issue with any storms later today ...

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  • Piyush Goyal to handle Finance Ministry until Arun Jaitley recovers
Piyush Goyal to handle Finance Ministry until Arun Jaitley recovers

The government on Monday announced that Piyush Goyal will be given additional charge for handling the finance ministry . The charge has now been given to Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, who was earlier given the MoS (Minister of State) independent charge of the Ministry of Sports.

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  • Quim Torra to be elected Catalan president
Quim Torra to be elected Catalan president

Quim Torra , a corporate lawyer who went on to lead prominent pro-secession civil groups, has vowed as new president to build an independent Catalan republic by working under the leadership of his predecessor - the ousted Carles Puigdemont .

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  • Trump pledges 'total victory' in war on drug prices
Trump pledges 'total victory' in war on drug prices

They negotiate rebates with drug manufacturers, and then they take a share of it. PBMs are alleged for keeping the drug prices higher, while not passing on the rebates to patients. The White House has committed to timelier generic drug reviews to reduce the cycles of review typically faced by generic applications. Last year, the FDA approved mo...

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  • US sanctions 'possible' on European firms over Iran
US sanctions 'possible' on European firms over Iran

Calling the accord as an "embarrassment" that was "defective at its core", he also warned of severe consequences if Iran resumes its nuclear programme. In an interview with ZDF public television, Altmaier noted that the United States has set a 90-day deadline for foreign firms to comply with the return of sanctions and that this period can be used ...

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  • The Time When Alia Bhatt Felt Nervous For Her Mother
The Time When Alia Bhatt Felt Nervous For Her Mother

Alia has also been spotted several times with Ranbir's mother Neetu Kapoor, which also adds on to the air of their relationship. She says she doesn't want to "accept" anything. When asked how she deals with all the rumours, Raazi actress stated, "My dad ( Mahesh Bhatt ) told me that if someone called him bald, he shouldn't feel bad about it, beca...

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  • The Caged Live Tiger at This Prom Did Not Go Over Well
The Caged Live Tiger at This Prom Did Not Go Over Well

The prom this year had the theme of "Welcome to the jungle". Castellanos, who said her brother is unwilling to come forward for fear of facing reprisals from the school, is anxious that the tiger was uncomfortable being put on display as a dance sideshow.

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  • Vodacom reports revenue growth amid data price war
Vodacom reports revenue growth amid data price war

Group service revenue increased 3.4 percent to ZAR 70.6 billion and was up 5.1 percent on an adjusted basis. Net profit rose 18.6 percent to ZAR 15.56 billion, boosted by the Safaricom acquisition and a profit from the sale of Helios Towers Tanzania.

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  • Parliament extends condolences to family of Sam Nzima
Parliament extends condolences to family of Sam Nzima

Nzima's photograph of the Soweto student uprising galvanized worldwide public opinion against apartheid, South Africa's system of racial discrimination that ended in 1994. Nzima paid a price for his work. Nzima was put under house arrest after his Pieterson image was published around the world. In 1998 Nzima won the copyright for the much reprodu...

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  • South Africa Government Takes Control of Troubled North West Province
South Africa Government Takes Control of Troubled North West Province

We are calling on ANC President Ramaphosa to recall Supra Mahumapelo with immediate effect. All this while the local townships burnt in protest at his ongoing tenure. The team will brief the media on the developments in the North West on Tuesday. According to South Africa's Sunday Times Newspaper, the move marks the first time the national ...

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  • Winds blow bounce house with child inside onto a highway
Winds blow bounce house with child inside onto a highway

Martin Luther King Jr., January 19, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Images broadcast by CBS SF Bay Area show an emergency services helicopter at the scene, as well as ambulances and police cars. In April 2017, The Washington Post reported that a gust of wind lifted a bounce house into the air during a church function in Taylors, South Carolina...

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  • US Embassy Opens In Jerusalem; Early Voting Begins For Runoff Elections
US Embassy Opens In Jerusalem; Early Voting Begins For Runoff Elections

Jeffress , the pastor of Dallas First Baptist Church and a member of Trump's evangelical advisory council, has a history of making controversial remarks about religion, policy, and sexuality. Hagee also has said that "to assert that I in any way condone the Holocaust or that monster Adolf Hitler is the biggest and ugliest of lies". McCain, in...

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  • Chinese 70-year-old double amputee climber scales Qomolangma
Chinese 70-year-old double amputee climber scales Qomolangma

The ruling was overturned by Nepal's top court in March, which branded it as discriminatory towards people with disabilities. Xia's successful summit comes a day after eight rope-fixing team members reached the summit, making the climbing route open for all other climbers for 2018 spring season.

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  • SCOTUS Paves Way For Legalized Sports Betting Outside Nevada
SCOTUS Paves Way For Legalized Sports Betting Outside Nevada

The Supreme Court hasn't yet ruled on the future of sports betting , but New Jersey is already gearing up to cash in. Nevada was exempted from the law, and three other states - Montana, Delaware, and OR - that had already enacted sports lotteries were allowed to continue to do so.

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