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The boy had been in the water for about 30 minutes, but the frigid temperatures - the water was 37 degrees - actually meant that there was a chance he could still survive, Thompson said. "I went in a few feet where I knew I'd be in about my waist when I started stomping on the ice to do the initial break through the ice where I could get back on it".
  • Jacques Brunel takes France reins as Guy Noves pays for desperate run

    Jacques Brunel takes France reins as Guy Noves pays for desperate run

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    Novès is the first France coach to be dismissed mid- contract but he paid for a dismal record of seven wins from 21 matches since his appointment after the 2015 World Cup. Laporte had previously set an unofficial target of three wins from France's four Tests in November. During that period, France won the Six Nations four times - including the Grand Slam in 2004.
  • South Korea raises questions over 'comfort women' deal

    South Korea raises questions over 'comfort women' deal

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    But her Japanese counterpart, Taro Kono, issued a statement urging Seoul to continue to honor the deal, warning that bilateral ties would be damaged if South Korea tries to amend it. "Not every detail of a diplomatic negotiation's results are given out to the public and they are in some cases kept as secret (as part of diplomacy)", he said.
  • Moscow confectionery plant director takes hostages; one reportedly dead

    Moscow confectionery plant director takes hostages; one reportedly dead

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    The former owner of a candy factory in Moscow has killed a security guard and injured three people, Russian investigators said Wednesday. Special forces were preparing to storm the Menshevik sweet plant. I shot one of them, sadly looks like I shot him to death. Averyanov said he will "fight 'til the end". "I was already surrounded there, the special forces surrounded me".
  • State Dept rejects USA envoy proposal to stop calling West Bank occupied

    State Dept rejects USA envoy proposal to stop calling West Bank occupied

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    Responding to the report, a US State Department official said that there has been no change in US policy regarding the West Bank, adding that the final decision on the terminology lays with Donald Trump. On December 6, Trump went ahead with one of Friedman's key stated goals as ambassador, announcing the relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
  • Tobias Harris leads Pistons as they roll past Pacers

    Tobias Harris leads Pistons as they roll past Pacers

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    He was helped to the locker room by the team's medical staff. At the helm of the Pistons' attack was Tobias Harris , who was able to sink his first six 3-point attempts, scoring 21 points in the first quarter alone. The injury further depletes Detroit's backcourt, which has been missing Avery Bradley for the past five games due to a groin injury. Indiana SG Victor Oladipo ranks No.
  • Trump hits the golf course after Christmas

    Trump hits the golf course after Christmas

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    After another morning at his Florida golf club, President Trump visited firefighters and paramedics at a West Palm Beach firehouse and praised his own performance as president, including with a false boast. And back in August 2016 during his campaign, Trump told a Virginia crowd : "Because I'm going to be working for you, I'm not going to have time to play golf".
  • Health care for children must be funded

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    The fate of the program is unknown after that. Nationwide, according to HealthCare.gov, Medicaid and CHIP collectively cover 39 percent of children's healthcare. No child deserves to die because of political wrangling; and, make no mistake, children will die if CHIP is not funded. That would cost $90 million by June 2019, they said.
  • Embassy move: Israel in touch with 10 countries

    Embassy move: Israel in touch with 10 countries

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    Israeli authorities reportedly informed three Turkish tourists that they would be deported back to their home county on Monday, according to official Palestinian Authority (PA)-owned Wafa news agency. policy with his December 6 announcement that he was recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital . Some analysts have criticized Trump's decision because of an global consensus to avoid recognizing the ancient city as the capital of Israel as peace negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis ...
  • Hatch watch 2017: Harriet, Florida bald eagle, welcomes first eaglet of season

    Hatch watch 2017: Harriet, Florida bald eagle, welcomes first eaglet of season

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    The entire world watched as Harriet and M15 took turns incubating the eggs, eagerly waiting until there was a crack, and finally, an eaglet called "E9", born on New Year's Eve . During the last few days before hatching , the parents can hear and feel activity inside the egg and watch the egg closely. They've been following the Harriet saga for several years.
  • Omaha triple homicide suspect captured in Tennessee

    Omaha triple homicide suspect captured in Tennessee

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    John W. Dalton is identified as his father, Jean Dalton is identified as his mother and Leonna Dalton-Phillip was his niece. Dalton was also convicted on manslaughter and weapons charges in connection to his wife's death in 1998. He was paroled in 2010. Authorities say three people have been killed inside a northeast Omaha home. Authorities are seeking 46-year-old John Dalton Jr.as a person of interest.
  • (UNP) Stake Raised by Victory Capital Management Inc

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    It closed at $103.48 lastly. NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ:NXPI) has risen 24.67% since December 27, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 75.15% the S&P500. Elm Limited stated it has 4,327 shares or 0.4% of all its holdings. F's institutional ownership was registered as 56.10%, while insider ownership was 23.80%.