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Erik Scott said at an early morning news conference Monday. "We maintained hope, we maintained intensity and we did not give up", Scott said. After that, Hernandez went through decontamination before being taken a hospital. The system of sewage pipes is a closed system which required a detailed search on each possible pathway, Stewart said. Firefighters had narrowed the search to two main areas and opened a maintenance hatch near the intersection of the 134 and 5 freeways and found ...
  • Dalit protests against 'dilution' of SC/ST Act rock country

    Dalit protests against 'dilution' of SC/ST Act rock country

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    This is published unedited from the ANI feed . However, senior advocate Amrendra Sharan, who assisted the SC as Amicus Curiae , told the court that an SC order can not be stayed because of law and order problems and it is for the government to take steps to control th situation.
  • Amit Shah to review poll prep in C'garh

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    With national election a year away, the BJP is keen to set the perceptions right. He said this in response to Congress party's claims that BJP has traditionally been little weak in this region. Amit Shah said, " Karnataka government is the ATM of corruption for Congress ". What's causing sleepless nights to the BJP top brass is the party's own internal survey, which has given the Congress a lead in more than 100 seats.
  • Hundreds killed in distracted driving crashes in Florida a year ago, FHP says

    Hundreds killed in distracted driving crashes in Florida a year ago, FHP says

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    Given the high number of distracted driving-related accidents, current law is clearly not enough of a deterrent. According to the news release, a survey of Washington drivers found 96 percent agree that using a cellphone while driving is unsafe, 88 percent said they don't check social media while driving and most said they don't read incoming texts.
  • China raises tariffs on USA pork, fruit

    China raises tariffs on USA pork, fruit

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    China raised import duties on a $3 billion list of US pork, apples and other products Monday in retaliation for the Trump Administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum. Microsoft dropped 3 percent and Alphabet, Google's parent company, shed 2.4 percent. The fruit industry had similar concerns, saying the trade dispute with China may erase all of the work it has done to build a good relationship with the Asian country.
  • New York tightens gun restrictions for domestic abusers

    New York tightens gun restrictions for domestic abusers

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    In addition, NY law previously stated that domestic abusers convicted of a felony or a "serious" offense were prohibited from owning guns. "The recent wave of mass shootings is horrifying, and the federal government's failure to act on any form of meaningful gun safety laws is unconscionable", Cuomo said.
  • Civilian casualties in Afghan airstrike on madrassa

    Civilian casualties in Afghan airstrike on madrassa

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    The Western-backed government in Kabul has been struggling to fend off the Taliban and other militant groups since the withdrawal of most North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops in 2014. The district of Dasht-e-Archi is a Taliban stronghold that has often been the scene of heavy fighting . The defense ministry says that the area has been tightly controlled by the Taliban.
  • French train workers start strike to protest Macron labor reforms

    French train workers start strike to protest Macron labor reforms

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    From today, rubbish collectors, some staff in the electricity and energy sector and employees of Air France are also set to strike in the biggest wave of industrial unrest since Mr Macron's election last May. Unions fear the changes are a move toward privatising the SNCF and object to plans that would include stripping new hires of a special status guaranteeing them jobs for life and early retirement.
  • Expelled Russian diplomats fly out of Australia overnight

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    The Kremlin has vehemently denied the accusations that it was behind the nerve agent attack and ordered Britain and its allies to recall some of their envoys from Russian Federation. "We have not announced the new sanctions yet besides those already imposed but it is obvious that everything will depend on the further steps of Russian Federation".
  • Trying to hold 4th place, Spurs host red-hot Rockets

    Trying to hold 4th place, Spurs host red-hot Rockets

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    The Spurs are 30-8 at home - the third-best mark in the league - but just 14-24 on the road. As a result, they snapped an 11-game winning streak and continued their recent stretch of less-than-stellar performances (even though they previously found success in the win column).
  • Woods favoured, but history against Augusta win

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    Although he doesn't have the best numbers across the board compared to Justin Thomas , Dustin Johnson and others, Fleetwood is seventh on the PGA Tour in scoring average. "The young guys in a way have heard about that". "She's so excited. Being here for the third time, she knew she had to practise harder, especially, her driving and chipping.