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'Time has run out' - Charlie Gard's parents end legal fight

'Time has run out' - Charlie Gard's parents end legal fight Charlie's mother, Connie Yates, said they simply wanted to give Charlie "a chance of life". But the court heard on Monday that scans last week showed Charlie's muscular condition had deteriorated so much that treatment would no longer work. [Full Article...]

Lowest Sacramento June Unemployment Rate Since 2006

Lowest Sacramento June Unemployment Rate Since 2006 In May, the jobless rate had declined to a 10-year low of 4.4 percent. Almost 54,000 Iowans were without a job last month. Government employers added 400 jobs - a significant change from May when it cut 900 jobs and April's cuts of 1,800 positions. [Full Article...]

8 people found dead in truck in Texas

8 people found dead in truck in Texas On July 7, agents found 72 people crammed into a truck with no means of escape, the agency said. The unaccounted for are believed to have fled. He said 17 of those are in critical condition, and 13 are in serious condition. Those people have been hospitalized. The officials have called the incident as a "case of horrific human trafficking". The Walmart employee who discovered the tractor trail... [Full Article...]

Death Toll from USA strike on Afghan police hits 16

Death Toll from USA strike on Afghan police hits 16 The United States in a statement confirmed that the airstrike on the Security Forces compound occurred during a USA -supported operation against Taliban insurgents in the area. "But U.S. airpower is key to helping the Afghan government stay its ground". The governor of Afghanistan's northern Badakshan's Province also announced on July 22 that 11 policeman were killed and six wounded during a f... [Full Article...]

Police Chief Recommends Charges Against Fla. Teens Who Laughed While Man Drowned

Police Chief Recommends Charges Against Fla. Teens Who Laughed While Man Drowned His " badly decomposed body" was found on July 14, and a family member identified Dunn from the video circulating online. Of the video recorded by the teenagers , Cantaloupe said in a statement Thursday, "There are no words to describe how utterly inhumane and cruel the actions of these juveniles were towards Mr. [Full Article...]

Pentagon stops $300 million payment to Pakistan, citing terrorist fight

Pentagon stops $300 million payment to Pakistan, citing terrorist fight Since 2002, Pakistan is the largest recipient of what is known as Coalition Support Funds reimbursements, created to assist the government tackle extremists, receiving roughly $14 billion. Trump spoke briefly about IS as he arrived at the Pentagon, where he attended a strategy meeting to discuss the fight against the jihadists and America's other military engagements. [Full Article...]

Nifty Near All-Time High; Reliance Industries Surges 4%

Nifty Near All-Time High; Reliance Industries Surges 4% Analysts say the stock may reach its new nine-year high, citing likely announcements in the Reliance Industries AGM event today where it is likely to launch a new 4G Jio phone at an unexpected price tag of Rs 500. Shares of ICICI Bank (up 0.22%) recouped in the late afternoon and ended in green while Axis Bank closed 0.02% lower. Bharti Airtel was among the worst hit by plunging 2.05 per c... [Full Article...]

Philippine lawmakers extend martial law in Mindanao

Philippine lawmakers extend martial law in Mindanao Philippine lawmakers voted for the extension of the martial law in the southern Mindanao region until December 31, 2017, according to media reports. Some opponents argued that government forces could deal with the attack in lakeside Marawi , a centre of Islamic faith in the southern third of the largely Roman Catholic nation, without resorting to martial law. [Full Article...]

Online Palestinian incitement against Jerusalem District Police Commander

AFP is now quoting Palestinian officials as saying that the death toll following clashes in Jerusalem stands at three. The killings came as Palestinians and Israeli security forces clashed after security restrictions were placed on the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound. [Full Article...]

Kos natural disaster: No major travel disruption for Irish tourists

Kos natural disaster: No major travel disruption for Irish tourists Most of injuries, about 350, occurred in Turkey, in Bodrum and other beach resorts, as people fled buildings and as the sea swell flung cars off the road and pushed boats ashore. "There was banging. There was shaking". There were also several aftershocks, causing chaos for visitors. A boat owner in Bodrum assesses the damage. [Full Article...]

6 teenagers from African robotics team missing after competition in DC

6 teenagers from African robotics team missing after competition in DC July 20, 2017. But the circumstances surrounding their disappearance suggest that at least some may have left the competition venue seeking to stay in North America. The U.S. State Department issued a travel warning in late June about the African nation, advising Americans of "political tensions, political and criminal violence, and the potential for civil unrest". [Full Article...]

'Dark web' marketplaces shut down after global investigation

'Dark web' marketplaces shut down after global investigation Hansa was frequently mentioned, meaning that the authorities were likely able to uncover new criminal activity on Hansa as users migrated to it from AlphaBay . The AlphaBay and Hansa websites had been used to trade illegal drugs , firearms, malware, stolen and fraudulent identity documents and more . Hansa Market was open earlier this week and announced that it was planning to ban fentanyl ... [Full Article...]

Treasury fines Exxon $2 million for violating Russian Federation sanctions

Treasury fines Exxon $2 million for violating Russian Federation sanctions Exxon signed documents in May 2014 with Igor Sechin , the president of Russian oil giant Rosneft and another, unnamed person, it said . The US Treasury said the oil company had shown "reckless disregard" for sanctions imposed by the Obama administration in 2014 over Russia's annexation of Crimea. [Full Article...]

Ron Goldman's family blasts prospect of OJ Simpson getting parole

Ron Goldman's family blasts prospect of OJ Simpson getting parole Almost ten years after going to prison for attempted robbery, Orenthal James Simpson has been granted parole. Simpson responded emotionally, saying, "Thank you, thank you, thank you". "I've done my time, I've done it as well and respectfully- I believe in the jury system.I've not complained in 9 years". Simpson appeared via video teleconference before four members of a seven-member parole bo... [Full Article...]

New Feed inside Google app unveiled

New Feed inside Google app unveiled And like many technology companies, Google is invested in machine learning technology with sophisticated algorithms to better anticipate what is most interesting to you. If Google gets it wrong, you can just unfollow a topic with a quick tap. And don't worry, content related to your porn searches won't pop up in your feed. [Full Article...]

Moving Detwiler fire surges to 7100 acres in Mariposa County

Moving Detwiler fire surges to 7100 acres in Mariposa County The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says that the fire almost doubled in size overnight and has now scorched roughly 71 square miles (183 square kilometers). It's threatening at least 1,500 homes. The park remained open Tuesday. The fire began Sunday afternoon near Lake McClure. Earlier this month, wildfires engulfed western USA and parts of Canada, destroying homes and for... [Full Article...]

Hawaii urges top United States court to exclude grandparents from travel ban

Hawaii urges top United States court to exclude grandparents from travel ban The State Department is expanding its definition of "close family" to include grandparents and other relatives that constitute a bona fide US relationship for visa applicants and refugees from six mainly Muslim nations. The new battle is over the exact meaning of the term " bona fide relationship ". The Justice Department said its rules were properly grounded in immigration law. [Full Article...]

Swiss glacier reveals couple lost in 1942 — BBCI

Swiss glacier reveals couple lost in 1942 — BBCI In an overnight statement, Valais cantonal police said that two bodies bearing identity papers had been discovered last week by a worker on Tsanfleuron glacier near a ski lift above Les Diablerets resort at an altitude of 2,615 metres. To be fair, it's not 100 percent certain that the bodies found in Tsanfleuron glacier are Mr. and Mrs. Dumoulin. Marcelin, 40, worked as a shoemaker. [Full Article...]

US Lists NAFTA Priorities as Renegotiation of the Deal Looms

US Lists NAFTA Priorities as Renegotiation of the Deal Looms It calls for more opportunities for American suppliers for government procurement overseas, such as construction projects, but in the next breath, it insists on preserving Buy American rules that limit such rights for foreigners. The U.S. Commerce Department in June rolled out a new round of tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber. Regulatory and administrative barriers, not tariffs, have become the... [Full Article...]

Family demands answers after officer mysteriously kills woman

Family demands answers after officer mysteriously kills woman A newspaper report said Ms Damond was shot while standing alongside the vehicle in her pajamas. Authorities have confirmed Damond was not carrying a weapon. "If anybody can help just call the police and demand answers", he said. "I'm so done with all this violence". The family of an Australian woman shot dead by U.S. [Full Article...]


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