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Police searching for woman accused of urinating on potatoes at Walmart

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Brown's lawyer denies she was participating in the freaky social media trend that has seen attention-seekers post clips of themselves licking, spitting in, or otherwise interfering with food items and replacing them on the shelves. Shoppers at the store told KDKA "that was sick" and "I think she has problems". The West Mifflin Police‏ Department tweeted surveillance photos of a woman who they are trying to identify in connection with the alleged crime. Read More »

Beijing reiterates support for Hong Kong's Lam, police

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Yang Guang, spokesman for the Chinese Cabinet's Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office, said at a news briefing that some "irresponsible people" in the West have applied "strange logic" that prompted them to be sympathetic and tolerant to "violent crimes" while criticizing the police force's "due diligence". Read More »

Toddler found dead outside daycare after being left in hot van

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A 2-year-old boy was found dead inside a hot daycare van on Monday. But temperatures in the area reportedly reached 90-degrees. It's unclear how long the little boy was inside the vehicle. Since January 24 children have died from vehicular heat stroke in the USA alone, while here in Australia an estimated 5,000 children are rescued after being left unattended in cars each year. Read More »

How to Watch the Second 2020 Democratic Debate Online

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Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Some analysts think Biden's top standing in national polls is at least partly a reflection of name recognition, from his four decades on the US national scene as a senator, two unsuccessful runs for the presidency and two terms as vice president under former President Barack Obama. Read More »

New City mother defends husband in hot vehicle death of twins

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He's said to have only realised the babies were inside after he had driven for two blocks. She said in a statement to NBC New York that she is "hurting more than I ever imagined possible". "EMS responded and pronounced them both deceased at the scene". The coroner's office said the children's body temperatures reached 108 degrees. Rodriguez told authorities he forgot the children were in the auto when he parked for work and thought he had dropped them off at day care. Read More »

North Korea fired 'multiple' projectiles off east coast, South Korea reports

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The move comes less than one week after North Korea fired two short-range missiles in what state-run media said was a "solemn warning" to "South Korean military warmongers". North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watches the test-fire of 2 short-range ballistic missiles on Thursday in this undated picture released by North Korea's Central News Agency (KCNA) on July 26, 2019. Read More »

Trump Signs 9/11 Victims' Compensation Fund Extension

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Trump told the crowd of 9/11 first responders and their families that he was also at Ground Zero in the wake of the terror attacks, though he said he does not consider himself to be a first responder. The president called the first responders "true American warriors". "I spent a lot of time down there with you", he added. Alvarez passed away just days after his testimony due to cancer linked to the attacks. Read More »

Pakistani military plane crashes near garrison city, kills 17

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The cause of the crash is yet to be ascertained and the rescue operation was completed by the morning, they said. Pakistan army officials examine the site of a plane crash in Rawalpindi , Pakistan , Tuesday, July 30, 2019. "According to our latest information, a total of 18 people were killed in the plane crash". Military and civilian rescue workers took at least 12 injured civilians to hospitals in the city and extinguished the fire, leaving the smoking ruins of a house which appeared ... Read More »

Man finds body of infant in late mother's freezer

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It turns out it was a baby, ' Smith continued. "We're saying 46 or 47". Smith was going through the freezer when he found a box that he had seen sitting in the unit for decades - a box his mother always told him not to touch, FOX2 reported. Read More »

Guy checks missile launcher in his luggage, still catches plane

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TSA officials said they tracked down the traveler and detained him for questions, according to WBAL. The Transportation Security Administration has found some weird items in checked bags, but TSA officials still must have been surprised to spot a missile launcher in a traveler's luggage at the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Monday. Read More »

Slain Italy cop didn't have gun when attacked

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Gargaro, the Carabinieri commander, told reporters Tuesday that Cerciello Rega's partner could not have used his weapon on the suspects as they fled because it's a serious crime and was trying to help the wounded officer. The photo has prompted debate over whether the blindfolding was legal. Hjorth's lawyer, Emiliano Sisini, had earlier told CNN that he did not know how long his client was blindfolded for, but said the incident took place before his interrogation. Read More »

Northern B.C. murders: RCMP scale back search in York Landing

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Cpl. Julie Courchaine had said Monday morning (July 29) that RCMP are not yet in a position to confirm whether the sighting was of McLeod and Schmegelsky, though they did match the descriptions of the pair. "They're flying around lots looking for those two characters", he said. A video, which has since been deleted from Twitter, showed two young men surrounded by heavily-armed RCMP officers on the side of the Perimeter Highway, but police said it was a case of mistaken identity. Read More »

Outrage mounts in India over rape case teen's suspicious vehicle crash

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Two of her aunts were killed and her lawyer was seriously injured. "If the family demands a CBI inquiry into the case, we'll hand over the case to CBI", Uttar Pradesh DGP OP Singh said on Monday. Her father is beaten up and dies in custody. "This is not an accident ", the mother told reporters at the hospital, adding that the family had faced threats over the rape case. Read More »

Met Office issues more flood warnings as thunderstorm set to hit Leeds

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Over 10,000 names were received when "Name our Storms" was first introduced in 2015 by the Met Office and Met Éireann , the national weather provider in the Republic of Ireland. The average rainfall for the region in July is 81mm, he added. "There's definitely a risk of flooding". "Thunderstorms are a concern - there could be as much as 30mm to 40mm of rain". Read More »

Sailing to America: Teen to bring her climate activism to US

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On July 25 Thunberg and United Kingdom band The 1975 released a song in she calls for mass civil disobedience to force action on greenhouse gas emissions . Since emerging as the leader the school strike for climate movement, Ms Thunberg has spoken to policymakers at last year's United Nations climate conference in Poland she has attended the World Economic Forum in Davos and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Read More »

Showers and storms to start the work week

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We'll see more sunshine and soaring temps Tuesday through week's end. Highs will be in the mid 90s. Much higher humidity will also blow into central and eastern Kansas later this week making it will feel like more than 105° at times later in the day. Read More »

US Senate fails to prevent arms sales to Arab partners

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One of the companies leading an effort to build nuclear plants in Saudi Arabia, IP3 worldwide, repeatedly pressed the Trump administration not to require the kingdom to commit to a rigorous "gold standard" in any agreement with the USA, the report said. Read More »

In South Korea arrived atomic submarine

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Its RIA news agency reported that Moscow wouldn't maintain any talks with North Korea on fisheries cooperation - which covers fishing quotas for North Korean fisherman in Russia's far east - until the matter was satisfactorily resolved. Read More »

Earth Overshoot Day - how can we move the date?

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Although we are now able to overuse resources, Global Footprint Network founder Mathis Wackernagel asserts that humanity will eventually have to operate within the means of the Earth's resources, with balance restored either by disaster or design. Read More »

New York Governor Signs Bill To Decriminalize Pot Possession, Expunge Some Convictions

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This new law also creates a system for convictions related to cannabis be expunged. This legislation will address those racial and ethnic disparities by reducing the penalty for unlawful possession of marijuana to a violation punishable by a fine, and by creating a process for individuals who have been convicted for possessing small amounts of marijuana to have their records expunged. Read More »

Rohingya refugees call for recognition in fresh repatriation talks with Myanmar

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Dhaka: A delegation from Myanmar visited Rohingya camps in Bangladesh, state media reported. The visit of the Myanmar delegation is aimed to assure the Rohingyas that the Myanmar government wants to take them back. It is the second time in less than a year that Myanmar officials were trying to convince Rohingya refugees to return to their homeland in violence-wracked Rakhine state, after a repatriation offer was rejected by Rohingya leaders in October. Read More »

US 'pressure' tactic on WTO will fail: China state media

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Such are not worthy behaviors of the 'world's biggest power.' There is a catchphrase that got popular just recently in China, 'Don't do things like the US does.' I hope some people of the USA side can deeply reflect on it". Last week, the president complained that China is abusing its status as a self-proclaimed "developing country" in order to avoid opening its markets. Read More »

Sudan's military council, opposition to resume talks on July 30

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Mustafa Mohammed, a doctor at the main El-Obeid hospital, said it had received five bodies and was treating dozens of wounded students. Fresh protests broke out in Khartoum on Saturday after the release of a probe which found that RSF paramilitaries were involved in a deadly June raid along with some members of other security forces. Read More »

India’s wild tiger population rises to nearly 3,000

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Last week, villagers in northern India beat a tiger to death with sticks after it mauled a man, media said. The 1973 Project Tiger initiative, which includes habitat and animal rehabilitation, started out with nine tiger reserves. Along with the National Tiger Conservation Authority, which oversees the yearly audit, India has successfully implemented several conservation initiatives. Read More »

Yellow weather warning issued for thunderstorms in Milton Keynes on Wednesday

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Forecasters said: "There is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly, with damage to some buildings from floodwater, lightning strikes, hail or strong winds". "Some parts of the warning area will miss the heaviest rainfall". The large rainfall totals over the weekend across parts of northwest England are still having knock-on effects this morning for commuters, bringing delays. Read More »

Family Caught Stealing Accessories, Electronics from Bali Hotel

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The video was originally shared by a user named Hemanth, on Twitter. The staff, however, appeared to be in no mood to accept compensation for the behaviour of the family. " I know you have a lot of money but this is no respect ", the worker said. One user added, "You can't steal and say, " I will pay " on being caught". Read More »

15 killed as Pakistani army plane crashes into residential area

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According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the aircraft crashed in a populated area, causing 12 civilians casualties. Rescue sources informed that the 12 civilians died and 12 others got injured in the plane crash. Abdul Rehman, a doctor, said that at least three houses were badly damaged and the pilots' bodies have been retrieved. Rescue workers and military personnel have cordoned off the site. Read More »

Tropical Development In The Caribbean?

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The system now has a 20% chance of developing into an organized storm. The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. The National Hurricane Center as of Sunday afternoon is watching a tropical wave southeast of Puerto Rico that could move northwestward and affect that island and possibly South Florida next week. Read More »

Five dead, two wounded in residential shootings in Wisconsin

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According to the Lake Hallie Police Department, a shooting took place in the 45th Avenue and 13000 block area. Two other adults at the home in Lake Hallie were rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds. Authorities say the person suspected in both shootings is among the dead. Two people are hurt after a shooting incident in Lake Hallie. Sunday night around 10:30, the Chippewa County Sheriff's Department responded to a 911 call regarding a shooting incident at a residence in Lake ... Read More »

Boris Johnson to promise farmers a 'better deal' after Brexit

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The pound closed down 1.2760 percent on Monday, falling as low as $1.2212 from $1.2383 late Friday and also dropped 1.4288 percent against the euro to 1.0979 euro. "There is a realisation the market had not fully priced the increased chances of a no-deal Brexit", said Claire Dissaux, head of global economics and strategy at Millenium Global Investments. Read More »