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Blackfriars Priory School principal explains how awkward covered statue was bungled

Blackfriars Priory School principal explains how awkward covered statue was bungled

The statue of St. Martin de Porres at Blackfriars Priory School in suburban Adelaide shows the bread being held at crotch-level as the smiling boy gazes up with a hand reaching for the loaf. T...

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SC lacks the lethal injection drugs needed to execute inmate

SC lacks the lethal injection drugs needed to execute inmate

Although death row inmates can also choose the electric chair, Mr. Stirling said the three drugs are pentobarbital, pancuronium bromide, and potassium chloride. Stirling said he warned the state's Gen...

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Accountability court to hear NAB references against Nawaz, Others today

Accountability court to hear NAB references against Nawaz, Others today

During the last hearing, the court had recorded NAB witnesses, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan Joint Registrar Sidra Mansoor and Federal Board of Revenue Inland Revenue Department repre...

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Tillerson: Violence against Rohingya is 'ethnic cleansing'

Tillerson: Violence against Rohingya is 'ethnic cleansing'

Tillerson said the U.S. would work through the United Nations and also "pursue accountability through USA law, including possible targeted sanctions". Earlier this month, the House passed a nonbindi...

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Kezia Dugdale avoids suspension over I'm A Celebrity appearance

Kezia Dugdale avoids suspension over I'm A Celebrity appearance

Neil Findlay, a fellow Labour MSP, said at the weekend that he thought Ms Dugdale's participation "demeans politics" and argued that she should be fighting on behalf of her constituents. According to...

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Bus conductor granted bail in Ryan murder case

Bus conductor granted bail in Ryan murder case

According to reports, the bus conductor, Ashok Kumar was provided bail on Tuesday by the Gurugram District court after furnishing a bond of Rs 50 ,000. Chopra was summoned after the agency was handed...

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Girls have all the answers in problem-solving tests

Girls have all the answers in problem-solving tests

New Zealand's average was 533, placing it alongside Macao, Finland and Australia. Of course, that is not unique to collaborative problem solving-students who read for fun do better in reading-but it i...

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Sibal thanks Hardik, says their united fight will dethrone BJP

Sibal thanks Hardik, says their united fight will dethrone BJP

He later contested as a Congress candidate in 2012. The Patidar leader has said the Congress will include the extension of reservation benefit to Patidars in its election manifesto. It is Shah who...

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Mueller is shifting his concentration on Jared Kushner

Mueller is shifting his concentration on Jared Kushner

Federal examiners are also inspecting Kushner's role in obstructing a United Nations intent that would have censured Israel for constructing arrangements in the challenged enclaves according to the W...

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UN Court: Mladic 'Significantly Contributed' to Srebrenica Massacre

UN Court: Mladic 'Significantly Contributed' to Srebrenica Massacre

Judges for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY ) sitting in The Hague unanimously found Mladic guilty of culpability in the Srebrenica murders which took place towar...

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"Milestone year" for Thomas Cook

Despite the weak performance at its United Kingdom division, underlying earnings across the Thomas Cook group as a whole rose by £24 million to £330 million, helped by a recovery at its German airli...

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Brief Warm-Up: it's milder Tuesday, but it won't last!

Brief Warm-Up: it's milder Tuesday, but it won't last!

Monday kicks off the week with sunny skies and it will be cold with temperatures below average in the mid-40s. Precision 18 Radar is quiet this morning and skies are mostly clear. Wind chills readi...

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John Lennon diary stolen from Yoko Ono recovered in Berlin

John Lennon diary stolen from Yoko Ono recovered in Berlin

The diaries were put on display at Berlin police headquarters with other items including a tape recording of a Beatles concert, two pairs of glasses, sheet music and a cigarette case. The diary - whi...

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Mumbai 26/11 attacks: Mastermind of Mumbai attack freed by Pakistan court

Mumbai 26/11 attacks: Mastermind of Mumbai attack freed by Pakistan court

The provincial government of Pakistan's eastern province of Punjab had asked for an extension to Saeed's detention but the request was turned down by the court, reports quoting prosecutor Sattar Sah...

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UK Brexit campaign probed over possible breach of campaign finance rules

UK Brexit campaign probed over possible breach of campaign finance rules

The campaign, run by political strategist Matthew Elliott and former special adviser Dominic Cummings, will be investigated alongside Veterans for Britain and student activist Darren Grimes, now the...

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US Navy plane carrying 11 crashes into ocean near Okinawa

US Navy plane carrying 11 crashes into ocean near Okinawa

The U.S. Navy said earlier that the cause of the crash was unclear. "I have been informed from the United States military that engine trouble may have caused [the crash]", Onodera said. The Reagan i...

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Where was Arab League during anti-ISIS war, asks Rouhani

Where was Arab League during anti-ISIS war, asks Rouhani

Bahraini Foreign Minister Khaled bin Ahmed said Tuesday that Iran is targeting the Arab countries to bring them down, and subsequently control them. The group has since been largely defeated by sepa...

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U.S. airstrike kills over 100 al-Shabab militants: Pentagon

U.S. airstrike kills over 100 al-Shabab militants: Pentagon

The U.S. Africa Command conducted a total of 15 strikes in the whole of 2016. "Al-Shabaab has pledged allegiance to al Qaeda and is dedicated to providing safe haven for terrorist attacks throughout...

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President Trump makes North Korea a designated state sponsor of terrorism

President Trump makes North Korea a designated state sponsor of terrorism

In February, Kim's potential rival and elder brother Kim Jong-Nam died after he was sprayed with a nerve agent in Kuala Lumpur airport. However, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said sanctions and d...

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Health ministry asks Haryana govt to probe Fortis Hospital in Gurugram

Health ministry asks Haryana govt to probe Fortis Hospital in Gurugram

The private hospital in Gurgaon, a Delhi suburb, has defended the charges. Haryana's health minister Anil Vij today announced that a senior officer would investigate the case. The patient, Adya Si...

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