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All prison staff were safely accounted for, SCDOC officials said. Police in SC were responding to reports of an attempted prison escape on Wednesday evening, The Post and Courier reported . The sheriff's department says the prison remains on lockdown. Housing is made up of single and double cells, with double fencing around all perimeters.
  • Bangladesh signs $4.5 bn LoC pact with India for infra development

    Bangladesh signs $4.5 bn LoC pact with India for infra development

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    Finance minister Arun Jaitley will begin a two-day visit to Dhaka from Tuesday, during which a pact on bilateral investment promotion and protection is likely to be signed. We thank the Indian government for making this possible, and hope for smooth and speedy implementation of all projects. At a separate event, the Indian Visa Application Centres, managed by state-run State Bank of India on behalf of the High Commission of India, inaugurated a "cashless" visa application system aimed at ...
  • Amanda Staveley considering Premier League takeover of one of three clubs

    Amanda Staveley considering Premier League takeover of one of three clubs

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    Many Newcastle supporters have been wishing for the better part of a decade that Mike Ashley would sell the club, as the billionaire has been loathing to invest in the club to any significant degree since he took over in 2006. In 2007, she helped Dubai investors with a bid which was ultimately aborted. Staveley has also been linked with a potential takeover attempt of Tottenham.
  • Syria: Al-Nusra Front chief seriously injured

    Syria: Al-Nusra Front chief seriously injured

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    In late September, the defense Ministry announced the killing of the five commanders of the "Front an-Nusra" in Syria's Idlib province. Konashenkov said the strike was the result of a special operation to avenge an attack on Russian military police in Syria on September 18.
  • Five militants killed near LoC: army

    Five militants killed near LoC: army

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    The Army foiled another infiltration bid by militants in Tangdhar sector of Kupwara district. Earlier, the Army foiled an infiltration bid by militants in Tangdhar sector. "An exchange of fire took place between the sides", he said adding search operation was launched soon after the gunfire stopped. Official sources said that militants hurled at grenade on a checkpoint established by police at Juhama in Baramulla at around 6.50 pm.
  • MEPs vote to stall Brexit talks unless breakthrough is made

    MEPs vote to stall Brexit talks unless breakthrough is made

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    Lawmakers voted by 557 in favor with 92 against and 29 abstentions. The European Parliament savaged the British government's handling of Brexit negotiations on Tuesday, voting against opening talks on future trade and condemning disarray in Prime Minister Theresa May's team.
  • Woman dressed as the Monopoly man trolled the Senate Equifax hearing

    Woman dressed as the Monopoly man trolled the Senate Equifax hearing

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    The campaign manager explained, saying the Equifax and Wells Fargo use a forced arbitration clause as a "get out of jail free" card to ensure consumers can't hold them accountable in court. Werner also appeared in Pennybags's garb this week outside the same hearing room for the bank committee's update on Wells Fargo's 2016 fake accounts scandal.
  • Andrew Luck out for Sunday, progressing towards return

    Andrew Luck out for Sunday, progressing towards return

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    The earliest Luck could plausibly return to game action for the Colts would be October 16, after two full weeks of practice. This marks a much anticipated return for the franchise quarterback who had surgery on his throwing shoulder in the off-season.
  • Boy, 2, Killed in Car Crash After Father Flees Alleged Walmart Shoplifting

    Boy, 2, Killed in Car Crash After Father Flees Alleged Walmart Shoplifting

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    Christopher Kuhn, of Hamilton in New Jersey, fled a vehicle after it crashed as he made his getaway from a Philadelphia-area Walmart with stolen television speakers. Instead of strapping his son into a auto seat, Kuhn reportedly rushed to hide his license plate with a sweatshirt. Officials say a witness told officers that he covered his SUV's license plate with a sweatshirt.