• College Students Drown On Indian Beach Picnic
College Students Drown On Indian Beach Picnic

The Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard deployed a Chetak helicopter and a speedboat besides police divers for the combined mega rescue operations. According to NDTV report, Around 130 students from the Abida Inaamdar College in Pune had gone for the picnic to the Murud beach, a popular tourist spot.

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  • Haiti presidential runoff will be postponed
Haiti presidential runoff will be postponed

Jude Celestin, a businessman who was the other candidate in the race, said he would boycott the election, though his name remained on the ballot. "It is not true that we have not responded to the recommendations", he said.

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  • Broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan dies aged 77
Broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan dies aged 77

And he was famous, too, for his ironic and sometimes blistering - but always amusing - commentary on Eurovision , a role he gave up in 2008. His family confirmed today the BBC broadcaster passed away after a short illness. Taoiseach Enda Kenny said Wogan , as an Irishman, occupied a special place in British listeners' hearts and acted "in no sm...

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  • France Warns Israel They Will Recognize the Palestine State
France Warns Israel They Will Recognize the Palestine State

In his speech Abbas accused Israel of "plundering" Palestinian natural resources, stalling peace talks and denounced the occupation and settlements. The PLO negotiations affairs department welcomed the invitation, while Israeli diplomats rejected it, calling it "a threat of recognition incentivizes Palestinians to not negotiate".

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  • 1 dead, 7 injured in shooting, stabbing at Denver motorcycle expo
1 dead, 7 injured in shooting, stabbing at Denver motorcycle expo

The second day of the show, which was supposed to continue tomorrow, was cancelled. One person died, three were in critical condition and another three received minor injuries. Authorities provided slightly different numbers of injured people. The Colorado Motorcycle Expo is being held this weekend at the complex. The early afternoon incident i...

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  • US Official Says Activity Detected At North Korean Launch Site
US Official Says Activity Detected At North Korean Launch Site

The official tells The Associated Press there has been activity at a ballistic missile test site that is consistent with previous tests, but the official won't go into more detail. Governments and experts have been skeptical about North Korea's claim it tested a hydrogen bomb, but whatever device the North detonated, it will likely push the count...

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  • Army official: Security in Afghanistan is worsening
Army official: Security in Afghanistan is worsening

Lieutenant General John Nicholson told a Senate hearing on Thursday that he will review President Barack Obama's withdrawal plan, which has already been slowed to address Afghanistan's struggle to blunt a still-resilient Taliban insurgency, Reuters reported.

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  • Police investigating after man found dead in Geneva home
Police investigating after man found dead in Geneva home

When officers arrived, they found 53-year-old Eduardo Gutierrez dead inside his home, according to police. Yellow tape surrounded a house in the 0 to 100 block of Crissey Avenue on Friday, and police vehicles were parked near the home. The Kane County Major Crimes Task Force was called in to assist. Investigators said they are questioning people,...

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  • Search for missing Malaysia jet hits another snag with sonar detector lost
Search for missing Malaysia jet hits another snag with sonar detector lost

A search vessel looking for the remains of the MH370 Malaysia Airlines flight has sunk in the Indian Ocean after it collided with an underwater volcano. One of the biggest aviation mysteries, the Malaysian Airline flight MH 370 disappeared with 239  people  onboard during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014.

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  • Wife of pastor freed from Iran details marriage conflict
Wife of pastor freed from Iran details marriage conflict

Saeed spent several days at the Billy Graham Center in Asheville, North Carolina following his release from an Iraninan prison. An American pastor who was held in Iran returned home to Boise on Tuesday. Writing on her Facebook page on Wednesday, Naghmeh said she still loves her husband, "but as some might understand, there are times when lov...

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  • Russian FM: Germany should release info on rumored abduction
Russian FM: Germany should release info on rumored abduction

The teenager went missing on January 11, reportedly on her way to school. Demonstrations were held over the alleged rape of the girl who was apparently taken on her way to school. Interest spiked after Russia's state-owned Channel One television broadcast an interview with a woman identifying herself as the girl's aunt, claiming police had orches...

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  • Hunt continues for Ireland's Euromillions victor of €66m
Hunt continues for Ireland's Euromillions victor of €66m

It is not yet known exactly where the winning ticket was sold. The winning numbers on Tuesday night were 15 - 24 - 38 - 40 - 48 followed by 2 and 9 as the lucky stars. It has not yet been revealed where the Irish ticket was sold. Other recent winners include a Dublin syndicate who shared an €86.7 million jackpot in September 2014 after buying t...

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  • Donation to Najib came from Saudi Arabia — BBC report
Donation to Najib came from Saudi Arabia — BBC report

He added that investigations showed a sum of US$620 million was returned by Mr. Najib in August that same year because "the sum was not utilized". He did not clarify what happened to the remaining $61 million that was not returned or explain why it had taken so long for news of the return of the funds to be released.

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  • Police arrest 2 mafia bosses in underground bunker
Police arrest 2 mafia bosses in underground bunker

The local police who captured the mafia leaders said the two were living in an underground bunker with machine guns and a "full-scale arsenal" of weapons, had dirt floors and slept in bunk beds. The men were "still actively managing the clan's affairs and had a military control over the territory", said Rosy Bindi, head of the parliamentary anti-ma...

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  • BuzzFeed Sued for $11 Million After Calling BS on Viral-News Site
BuzzFeed Sued for $11 Million After Calling BS on Viral-News Site

Journalist  Michael Leidig  and  Central European News  filed a defamation lawsuit asking for more than $11 million in damages over  BuzzFeed's  article which was published back on August 24, 2015. CEN says it is suing in the U.S. because  Buzzfeed's  principle place of business is in NY. However,  Buzzfeed's  published piece described the origin...

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  • Doomsday Clock remains at three minutes to midnight
Doomsday Clock remains at three minutes to midnight

The Doomsday Clock launched in 1947, shortly after their atomic bombs had devastated Hiroshima and Nagasaki . When the watch was created, it also led to the birth of a grand metaphor and that was midnight represents doomsday. Over the past years, the world has had developed positively in various subjects, such as the Iranian nuclear deal and t...

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  • Philippine economic growth hits 6.3 pct in Q4
Philippine economic growth hits 6.3 pct in Q4

The fourth quarter GDP was driven by the services sector which accelerated to 7.4 percent from 5.6 percent while industry decelerated to 6.8 percent from 9.1 percent, said Lisa Grace Bersales, National Statistician and Civil Registrar General.

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  • Putin 'probably' approved ex-Russian spy murder
Putin 'probably' approved ex-Russian spy murder

Marina Litvinenko called "for the imposition of targeted economic sanctions and travel bans against named individuals including Mr. Patrushev (former head of Russia's FSB security service) and Mr. Litvinenko's widow Marina read a statement outside the Royal Court of Justice following Owen's inquiry. "The accusations against me are absurd", Lu...

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  • Nassau creates Zika protocol as virus spreads
Nassau creates Zika protocol as virus spreads

Venezuela's medical community is demanding the government publish statistics about the Zika virus and warning it could already be alarmingly widespread. In Brazil, the Zika outbreak has been linked to a dramatic increase in babies born with abnormally small heads-a condition known as microcephaly.

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  • Avery's former attorney Dean Strang labeled
Avery's former attorney Dean Strang labeled "Super Hero" in Minnesota

Making a Murderer is available to stream in full on Netflix. Dean defended Making a Murderer's Steve Avery in his 2007 trial with many viewers slamming Ray for asking frivolous questions about the many conspiracy theories surrounding the show.

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