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Shocking moment man pushes woman onto train tracks in Hong Kong


The thug, wearing a blue shirt and beige cap, veers off course and shoves her onto the track with his right hand. Fortunately for her, no train was approaching the tracks at the time of the incident. A 56-year-old man, believed to be of Southeast Asian nationality, has been arrested in connection with the incident on suspicion of assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Read More »

French President's dog urinates during televized meeting

Macron was involved in a meeting with three junior ministers at the time, while the television channel TF1 was busy filming the proceedings for posterity. The French President did say generally that they sparked unusual behavior in his dog . He was pictured with Marcon on the palace steps as France welcomed Niger's president, Mahamadou Issoufou. Read More »

Indecency charges against Scottish tourist in Dubai dropped


Jamie Harron has been in Dubai since July after having his passport confiscated following his arrest for touching a man's hip. Harron, 27, was arrested and charged with public indecency this past July. She said: "Now Jamie has been sentenced to three months". Mr Harron, who had been working in Afghanistan, planned to make a two-day visit to the popular tourist destination when the incident took place. Read More »

Donald Trump says he would not be President without Twitter


Trump called Twitter a "tremendous platform", which allows him to bypass what he says is unfair media coverage, and to speak directly to the voters. For days, President Donald Trump has been antagonizing Democratic representative Frederica Wilson, for publicly revealing alleged insensitive comments he made to the grieving widow of a slain U.S. Read More »

Juan Martin del Potro wins Stockholm Open, improves finals chances


Dimitrov , who was top seed in Sweden, sits in fifth place ahead of Marin Cilic, with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem having already confirmed their places. However, it will not be an easy match for del Potro , as he will face the in-form Dimitrov , who disposed of sixth seed Fabio Fognini in straight sets in the other semifinal pairing. Read More »

John McCain Slams Wealthy Draft Dodgers In Apparent Swipe At Trump


Donald Trump has been insulting and threatening, Sen. In 2015 it was revealed that Trump received medical deferment from the war in 1968 after showing up to a physical examination because of bone spurs in his feet. "Over a period of time, it healed up". McCain and Trump have feuded since the businessman-turned-president used an early event in his 2016 campaign to derided the Arizona Republican's military service , claiming he was not a war hero because he was captured during the ... Read More »

President to tap 'Czech Trump' for PM after vote win


The opposition conservative Civic Democrats is second with twenty five seats, followed by Social Democrats with fifteen seats and Christian Democrats with ten seats. And despite facing a fraud indictment, Babis captured around 25-30 percent support in a recent Median agency survey, putting ANO miles ahead of its current coalition partner, the left-wing Social Democrats, who scored just 12.5 percent. Read More »

Arrest after bowling alley staff taken hostage in UK


There had been no contact with the two staff members since the commotion was reported, he said. According to the West Midlands Ambulance Service, a suspect has been taken to hospital. Another witness from the same restaurant, Carl Lenton, described a "quite scary" situation unfolding outside. "I thought it was like a sword or a big knife but the second time when he came out near the door about 10 minutes after, this was to try and scare people, we knew it was a shotgun". Read More »

Nuclear agreement: Trump does not interfere with German trade with Iran

The US is not ready yet to organize a joint meeting between Iran and the Sextet (the P5 +1), Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told TASS on sidelines of the Moscow non-proliferation conference on Saturday. Imagine that you're a businessperson deciding whether it was appropriate to take that risk or not, whether the return was there for your company. "We have provided a route to overcome deficiencies and to keep the administration in the deal, and actually make it the kind of ... Read More »

Rani Mukerji's father, veteran filmmaker Ram Mukherjee, no more


His daughter Rani Mukherji is a well-known Bollywood actress and is married to director-producer Aditya Chopra and is blessed with a handsome daughter named Adira, who will turn two this December. He also directed and produced Rani's debut Bengali film, Biyer Phool , in 1996, and produced Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat , her Bollywood debut, in 1997. Read More »

Typhoon brings heavy rain to western Japan, approaches Tokyo


Almost 90 others suffered injuries, majority minor, media reported. An official from the Japan Meteorological Agency said the storm would "make landfall as a strong typhoon". One part received more than 600 mm (23 inches) of rain in 48 hours, twice the usual amount of rain for the whole month of October. Almost 300 flights scheduled for Monday have already been cancelled, public broadcaster NHK said, after strong winds forced 500 flights to be grounded Sunday. Read More »

Hundreds attend Girard vigil to honor town's slain police officer


Attendees are asked to bring a candle. WKBN reports that Officer Leo was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown where he had surgery, and later died. Ohio Gov. John Kasich tweeted out a statement early Sunday morning, reading in part, "Officer Justin Leo died protecting and serving his community". Read More »

Trump on North Korea: 'We're Prepared for Anything'


Perhaps the most surprising is the sympathy he seemed to show President Donald Trump , who once derided Mr. Carter on Twitter as one of America's worst presidents. "In fact, the puppet authorities, crying out that the 'north's access to nuclear weapons can never be allowed, ' are desperately cooperating in the USA moves to ignite a nuclear war against the north", it said . Read More »

Laptops May Be Banned From Checked Baggage On Planes Over Fire Risk


The U.S. government is urging the world airline community to ban large, personal electronic devices like laptops from checked luggage because of the potential for a catastrophic fire. However, a series of 10 tests conducted by the FAA determined that if a fire happens next to an aerosol can, it could ignite an explosion that happens before the system puts out the fire. Read More »

Body found may be missing 3-year-old Sherin Mathews


Mathews went outside about 15 minutes later to check on her, but Sherin was gone, the affidavit states. Sherin was born in India and had been adopted by Mathews' family. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Richardson Police Department at 972-744-4801 immediately. "Searches being conducted are very specific as we learn more through evidence being collected", the police said in a statement posted on Facebook. Read More »

Gunmen shot dead lady, injure another in Tral village


Immediately after the militant attack, police, CRPF and army men launched combing and search operation in the area to track down the militants. However, no one has been arrested, police sources said. The militants lobbed the grenade at the residence of Mohammad Ashraf Bhat, son of former NC MLA Mohammad Subhan Bhat, in Tral town, a police official said. Read More »

Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears: 5 Things to Watch For


Despite the Bears covering three straight games at home this season, public bettors are loading up on the Panthers. The Bears have had to deal with a laundry list of injuries and as such they haven't had the best season in terms of wins and losses but they can make a serious statement here against a Panthers side that is 4-2 and in need of a win here. Read More »

Facebook Backed Hillary, Not Me


On a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show , Clinton opened up about attending the inauguration and what it was like to watch Trump give his *wild* (to say the least) inauguration speech firsthand, surrounded by nearly all the former occupants of the highest office in the U.S. Read More »

Two bodies found in sunken trawler off Queensland


Yesterday, the bodies of two of the men were recovered from the wreckage. Inspector Somerville said the divers were hampered by poor visibility and also debris in the vessel, and searches would continue on Sunday to find the other men. All six crewmen of the vessel are missing and presumed dead. The vessel was detected by sonar about three to five kilometres off Round Hill Headland, Queensland Police said. Read More »