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  • Class II student found dead in Gurugram school toilet

    Class II student found dead in Gurugram school toilet

    The victim's father has accused the school authorities of his son's death. They said they were not satisfied with school's response to the incident and demanded someone from the management should be arrested for negligence. "I dropped him today at around 7:30 a.m". He was happy. They told me his health deteriorated suddenly. The body is kept at the hospital's mortuary and the parents will take it to their native village in Bihar for last rites.

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  • Prince George's first day at school

    Prince George's first day at school

    Prince George is met by Helen Haslem, head of Thomas's Battersea's lower school. Prince George will be taught a range of subjects and activities from ballet and art to drama, French, music and physical education. BATTERSEA, ENGLAND - AUGUST 01: A general view of Thomas's Battersea school on August 1, 2017 in Battersea, England. "So we are not going to try to mould him into any kind of particular person and we wouldn't do that with any of our pupils".

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  • Watch Stephen Colbert's Reaction to Donald Trump Saying Ivanka Calls Him 'Daddy'

    Watch Stephen Colbert's Reaction to Donald Trump Saying Ivanka Calls Him 'Daddy'

    US President Donald Trump called on his eldest daughter Ivanka to join him on stage during his speech on tax reform on Wednesday (8 September) before revealing that she pleaded with him to come along on the trip. A recent Vanity Fair profile of the president's daughter reported that in order to save face, "Ivanka later tried to distance herself from her own efforts on climate change", centering her energies on less consequential efforts.

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  • Amazon plans to invest over $5bn in second North American HQ

    Amazon plans to invest over $5bn in second North American HQ

    Amazon said it will be seeking bids from metropolitan areas with more than one million people-of which there are about 50 in the US-and which offer a "stable and business-friendly environment". Amazon has announced that it is looking to build a second headquarters in the US. The company listed the possible upsides for the winning city right at the top of the dedicated Amazon HQ2 web page.

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  • Irma moving toward Turks and Caicos, as hurricane watch starts in Florida

    Irma moving toward Turks and Caicos, as hurricane watch starts in Florida

    Some airlines sent empty planes to Florida and the Caribbean to bring passengers home ahead of the hurricane, others issued change waivers and capped seat prices. Rick Scott said. Antigua and Barbuda are under watches and bracing for the storm. And that warm water goes deeper than usual. The hurricane is expected to reach Florida by the weekend and the category 5 storm shows no signs of weakening as it inches closer to the Sunshine State.

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  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders Went on 'The View' Today. It Didn't Go Well

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders Went on 'The View' Today. It Didn't Go Well

    Army and what would happen to them if Congress does not act before March 5, 2018, the date that DACA expires. But Sanders insisted that more than 5 percent of what the president said was true. And he says this is about young people who grew up in America, Americans in every single way but one - on paper. "I don't think the president has been shy about the fact that he wants a wall", Huckabee Sanders said, "and thinks it is an important part of a responsible immigration package".

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  • Senate tries for a bipartisan compromise on Obamacare fixes

    Senate tries for a bipartisan compromise on Obamacare fixes

    Instead, Health Committee chairman Lamar Alexander is urging his GOP colleagues to bless short-term fixes for consumers and insurers who've been left in a type of "no man's land" ahead of this fall's sign-up period, as Mr. "It should be noted that the instability in Oklahoma's market, the spike in premiums, the rise in deductible levels, and the constriction of networks have all occurred while CSR payments were being made to insurers", Doak said.

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  • European Migrant Crisis: Decision time at ECJ on Hungary's immigration challenge

    European Migrant Crisis: Decision time at ECJ on Hungary's immigration challenge

    The Court of Justice dismissed Slovakia and Hungary's challenges in their entirety on Wednesday, finding support for the contested decision in Article 78 (3) of the TFEU, short for Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The EU system of migrant resettlement quotas for each country is valid, an EU court ruled today. Slovakia and Hungary challenged the decision. The decision is also likely to be welcomed by other countries such as Greece and Sweden, where the sheer volume of new ...

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  • Iran successfully tests homemade Air Defence System

    Iran successfully tests homemade Air Defence System

    Gen. Esmaili noted that Iran will not hesitate to shoot down spy drones if they violate the country's airspace. 'We have been able to produce electromagnetic radars with the capability of tracing cruise missiles and they can conduct tracking and reconnaissance operations and lock on them to target hostile incoming missiles using pinpoint precision-striking systems, ' General Rastegari said .

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  • Seven girls killed in fire at Kenya high school

    Seven girls killed in fire at Kenya high school

    Fire burns down dormitory at Moi Girls high school in Kenyan capital, killing eight teenage girls and injuring 10 others. . Matiang'i said that the school, located outside Kibera, Africa's largest urban slum, would remain closed for two weeks while authorities determined the cause of the blaze.

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  • White House promises massive military response to latest North Korea threat

    White House promises massive military response to latest North Korea threat

    Pyongyang's test Sunday of what is thought to be its most powerful nuclear weapon doesn't change that fact, experts say. CNN reports that the Chinese Foreign Ministry issued a statement Sunday, saying "We strongly urge (the) North Korea side to face up to the firm will of the worldwide community on the denuclearization of the peninsula, abide by relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, stop taking wrong actions that exacerbate the situation and are not in its own interest..." ...

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  • Korea Claims It Tests H-Bomb That Can Fit on Intercontinental Missile

    Korea Claims It Tests H-Bomb That Can Fit on Intercontinental Missile

    Verification of the kind of device North Korea tested - specifically, whether it was a fully staged thermonuclear bomb - would require the collection of radionuclides released by the detonation into the atmosphere. North Korea is thought to have a growing arsenal ofnuclear bombs and has spent decades trying to flawless a multistage, long-range missile to eventually carry smaller versions of those bombs.The White House said President Donald Trump spoke with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan ...

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  • United Nations holds emergency meeting on North Korea

    United Nations holds emergency meeting on North Korea

    But Trump criticized the United States treaty ally on Twitter, saying, " South Korea is finding, as I have told them, that their talk of appeasement with North Korea will not work, they only understand one thing!" "The first thing we need to do is to cool down the rhetoric against our main ally in the region, South Korea ", said Bill Richardson, the former New Mexico governor and U.S.

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  • Packers cut reserve QB Taysom Hill

    Packers cut reserve QB Taysom Hill

    Green Bay kept both Lucas Patrick and Justin McCray on the 53-man roster to help balance out not having Barclay available. The Packers have a solid starting five protecting quarterback Aaron Rodgers , though the second-string line struggled at times in camp.

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  • United States shutters Russia's San Francisco consulate in retaliation

    United States shutters Russia's San Francisco consulate in retaliation

    The measure was aimed at punishing the Russian government for interfering with the US election a year ago. "But this step also highlights once again the disconnect between Trump and his administration - for the last time we heard from the President on this issue he joked that he thanked Putin for reducing the size of the U.S.

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  • Gov. Abbott: There is plenty of gasoline in Texas

    Gov. Abbott: There is plenty of gasoline in Texas

    Abbott said the recovery from Harvey would require even more money than the package Congress appropriated for Hurricane Katrina relief, saying the total population and geographic range affected by Harvey could surpass both Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy combined.

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