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22 killed in fire in China

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The fire has been put out and investigation have been launched to ascertain the cause of the fire, it said. China Global Television Network (CGTN) cited sources and said that the house was rented to more than 20 people. Police confirmed that a tenant surnamed Jiang is a suspect in the case, CCTV reported, quoting local authorities. No further information has been given by local authorities. Read More »

Santiago Ponzinibbio knocks Gunnar Nelson cold in 1:22

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The co-main has intriguing hometown favorite Joanne Calderwood taking on Cynthia Calvillo in a women's strawweight contest. Four additional preliminary card bouts follow at 1 p.m. "About a week before training camp started, my father died of pancreatic cancer", Felder said. Ray, who is from Scotland and had the crowd behind him, unsuccessfully worked for takedowns early. Read More »

Sentiment Report: Church & Dwight Co Inc (NYSE:CHD)

The stock closed the most recent session at $52.62 after seeing 1066789 shares trade hands. MA purchased a new stake in Church & Dwight Company during the fourth quarter worth about $56,087,000. Jennison Associates Limited Liability owns 1.89 million shares. Amalgamated Comml Bank owns 27,803 shares or 0.06% of their United States portfolio. Guggenheim Ltd holds 0.13% of its portfolio in Church & Dwight Co., Inc. Read More »

MLB Predictions: Will the White Sox upset the Mariners? 7/15/17

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Holland has really struggled entering the break. His ERA has gone from 2.37 on May 27 to 5.01 now. The Mariners split a four-game series at home against the Athletics last weekend, helped by a 4-0 win on Sunday. Jake Shields wasn't awful, but gave up four runs over six innings to fall to 2-2. But, Seager hit a solo homer to tie it in the second inning. Bet on Mariners vs. Read More »

Women's March organizers hold 2nd day of protests against NRA

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Anthony, Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez on July 6, 2016. Organizers made a decision to focus such a major effort on the NRA after the pro-gun group released a video this spring that cast anti-Trump protesters as violent maniacs who "smash windows, burn cars, shut down interstates and airports, bully and terrorize the law-abiding, until the only option left is for the police to do their jobs and stop the madness". Read More »

Truck-bus collision kills 10 in S

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When it was on the over bridge near Vallam on the Tiruchy-Thanjavur national highway, the mini van loaded with iron angles going ahead took a right turn without any signal. The state Government has announced Rs. one lakh each for the families of those killed in the incident. Global Road Safety Report 2015 released by World Health Organization previous year however said India accounts for more than 200,000 deaths annually due to road accidents. Read More »

Chico's FAS, Inc. (NYSE:CHS) Director Ross E. Roeder Sells 10000 Shares

The stock rose 3.39% or $0.29 reaching $8.85. (NYSE: CHS ). Northern Corp invested in 0.01% or 2.18M shares. (CHS) to grow. At recent closing price of $8.88, CHS has a chance to add $3.43 or 38.63% in 52 weeks, based on mean target price ($12.31) placed by analysts.The analyst consensus opinion of 2.6 looks like a hold. Read More »

Vehicle crushed after metal flies off of overpass

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Troopers say the ramp from westbound State Road 528 to westbound I-4 will be closed for several hours as the debris is cleared from the road. The Florida Highway Patrol said Escobar would have been killed if the metal had landed a foot in either direction. Read More »

Turkey Dismisses Thousands Police, Civil Servants, Academia

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Turkish Minister of Family and Social Policies, Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya, said it was also disappointing to note that the western media in its reports appeared to side with the plotters of the coup instead of focusing on how the Turkish people were defending its principles of democracy. Read More »

IDF: Palestinian gunman killed during West Bank arrest

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A Palestinian gunman was killed by Israeli security forces after he attempted to fire at soldiers who came to arrest him during an overnight raid in the West Bank, the Israeli army said on Sunday morning. Forty Israelis, two U.S. tourists and a British student have been killed in Palestinian stabbings, shootings and car-rammings. Israel blames the Palestinian leadership for inciting the violence. Read More »

Jordanians protest Israel's shutdown of al-Aqsa

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Minister for Media Affairs and Government Spokesperson Mohammad Momani on Friday condemned the attack on Palestinians and the closure of the mosque. Ghasemi's reaction came in response to the Israeli regime's move to shut down al-Aqsa Mosque on Friday after a deadly shooting at the holy mosque's compound which left three Palestinians and two Israeli police forces dead. Read More »

McCain has blood clot removed; health care vote delayed

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In addition to two announced GOP "no" votes from moderate Susan Collins of ME and conservative Rand Paul of Kentucky, there were at least a half-dozen other Republican senators who were withholding support from or expressing reservations about the bill McConnell released Thursday. Read More »

President Trump: Vladimir Putin Would Have Preferred Hillary Clinton as President

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ODNI also found that Russian Federation had disseminated "fake news" to damage Clinton's chances in the race to the White House. "The kid is an honest kid", a friend of Trump Jr. Pence, with his demonstrated strongly conservative religious views. Separate reports have cited Melania - in addition to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner - as trying to sway President Trump into another staff shakeup in the West Wing by removing Chief of Staff Reince Priebus . Read More »

Tourists attacked by cattle mafia in Odisha

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The tourists, including three women, were attacked on Friday night by almost 20 people, according to a complaint lodged in Chandili police station. They were attacked after they reportedly protested the beating and torture of the animals by the traffickers. Read More »

Israeli forces detain Jerusalem's top Muslim cleric after attack

Israeli authorities also detained Jerusalem's top Muslim cleric, grand mufti Muhammad Ahmad Hussein, as crowds gathered at the gates of the Old City after the attack, his son said . The White House stressed that "there must be zero tolerance for terrorism". At Lions Gate near the site of the attack, police guarded the entrance and restricted access, checking IDs. Read More »

San Antonio Spurs: Bryn Forbes standing out in NBA Summer League

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He played with the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Summer League that year but wasn't able to parlay his performance into an National Basketball Association contract. He led the Big Ten Conference three-point field goal percentage during the 2015-16 season. Without a spot for him on the San Antonio roster, the team sent him down to the National Basketball Association D-League (now G-League) for 19 games. Read More »

South Africa must grab their chances, warns Faf

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It was the end of Root's impressive 76-ball innings, featuring 12 fours, with England now 143 for four. But it could have been very different. Root then added a 57-run stand for the fourth wicket with Jonny Bairstow to take England out of the initial slump. Read More »

Two Ukrainian tourists dead, four wounded in Egypt's Red Sea resort attack

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The Foreign and Commonwealth Office released a statement after the attack. As with the beach stabbing, there has not yet been any claim of responsibility for the attack. The interior ministry also announced early this week the killing of six militants in Southern Egypt as security forces faced militants in gunfire exchange. Read More »

McCain surgery for blood clot could complicate Senate vote

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Republicans need 50 votes to advance the bill to the Senate floor, and they would only have 49 votes, based on two public "no" votes from Sen. McCain's absence means Senate Republicans nearly certainly will not have the 50 votes they'd need to win a procedural vote. Read More »

U.S. eyes new sanctions on China firms over N. Korea

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The comments echo remarks from high-level staffers in Washington who have said the us would prefer a diplomatic solution to North Korea's rapidly developing weapons programs, while the Trump administration chose to pursue a policy dubbed "maximum pressure and engagement". Read More »

Australia urges China to release dissident Liu Xiaobo's widow

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City government information official Zhang Qingyang said Liu Xia and Liu Xiaoguang had decided upon the scattering of ashes at sea. China cremated its only Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Liu Xiaobo, on Saturday, and hastily poured his ashes into the ocean off north-eastern China but allowed only his widow and a few other mourners to bid farewell to the man who was also the country's most famous political prisoner. Read More »

Govt insists U.S. refugee deal is still on

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They were scheduled to be on the island until 26 July but their sudden exit, with a fraction of detainees having completed United States processing, appeared to throw the operation into doubt. "The US deal was never the solution the Australian Government pretended it to be", he told ABC News. The Turnbull government struck the refugee deal with the Obama administration previous year but its future has been uncertain since Donald Trump took over. Read More »

Federation Internationale de Football Association re-admit Sudan after lifting suspension

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Confirming the suspension had been lifted, Federation Internationale de Football Association stated that: "This decision has been taken following confirmation by the SFA that Mr Bakri Hassan Salih, Prime Minister of Sudan, has issued a resolution suspending the decree of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice and the SFA Board of Directors with its President, Dr Mutasim Gaafar Sir Elkhatim, have been reinstated". Read More »