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Shop sells shirts to raise $40K for fallen officer’s family

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A Tennessee sporting goods store has raised $40,000 by selling thousands of T-shirts to benefit the family of a fallen police officer. Maryville Officer Kenny Moats was shot in the neck just above his bulletproof vest...

Apple should repay Ireland 13bn euros, European Commission rules

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the European Commission has ruled that Ireland should recover up to €13bn (£11bn) from Apple in back taxes. After a three-year investigation, it has concluded that the US firm's Irish tax benefits are illegal. The Com...

Car bomb attack in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

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A car driven by a suicide bomber has exploded after ramming the gates of the Chinese embassy in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek. The suicide bomber died and three embassy employees, all Kyrgyz nationals, were injured acco...

An Exploding Truck Full of Takata Airbag Parts Killed a Woman in Texas

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One woman was killed and four people were injured last week after a truck carrying Takata airbag parts exploded in Texas, wiping out both the vehicle and a nearby home.The truck was pulling a flatbed trailer stacked w...

Suspect in knife incident arrested by SWAT team in HB restaurant

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A woman holed herself up in a Johnny Rockets restaurant in downtown Huntington Beach for a couple of hours on Sunday afternoon, allegedly after waving a knife around on Pacific Coast Highway. 31 year old Ashleigh Pear...

LAX evacuation sparked by ‘loud noises’

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Unconfirmed reports of gunshots, later described by police as just "loud noises", have sparked evacuations at Los Angeles airport. People fled the airport on Sunday night amid the shooting reports, with scenes of aban...

Chinese ‘Jack the Ripper’ serial killer caught

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According to local reports An alleged serial killer, who is accused of raping and murdering 11 female victims in northern China over more than a decade, has been captured by police. Gao Cheng-yong, is called China's "...

Rousseff defends her record at the impeachment trial

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Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff has defended her record during her impeachment trial in the Senate. She is accused of illegally manipulating the budget to hide a growing deficit. Ms Rousseff said her consc...

Toronto man charged over crossbow triple murder

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Toronto police have charged a 35-year-old man after three people were found dead in a suspected crossbow attack. Brett Ryan was arrested on Thursday and charged with three counts of first-degree murder. Police had res...

How people around the world are saying no to France’s burkini ban

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It was the burning issue of the French summer -- should burkinis be allowed on beaches? Yes, said the country's highest administrative court on Friday, ruling that mayors do not have the right to ban burkinis. The rul...

All U S Blood Donations Should Be Screened For Zika, FDA Says

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The Food and Drug Administration is recommending that blood banks screen all blood donations in the U.S. for the Zika virus. It's a major expansion from a Feb. 16 advisory that limited such screening to areas with act...

Military trainer jet crashes in Vietnam killing 2

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A Vietnam Air Force jet trainer crashed in Phu Yen just minutes after take-off this morning, killing at least one crew member and a civilian on the ground according to a Vietnamese military officer. Vũ Đức Quý, vice p...

Over 200 Indiana Residents Forced to Shelters After Tornado Tears Through Town

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The mayor of Kokomo, Indiana, said he feels "very grateful" this morning after no deaths or serious injuries were reported from a devastating storm and tornado that hit the town Wednesday, flattening buildings and dam...

Bad weather takes toll on French wine production

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French wine production is likely to be 10% lower this year than in 2015 because of frosty weather in spring and a heatwave now. A production of 42.9m hectolitres (hl) (944m gallons) is forecast for 2016, down from las...

Italy earthquake: Death toll passes 240 as rescue efforts continue

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The death toll in the Italian earthquake is closing in on 250 as rescuers continue efforts to find survivors. Dozens of people are believed trapped in ruined Amatrice, Accumoli and Pescara del Tronto, in mountainous c...

Indian man carries dead wife’s body for 12km

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An impoverished man in India carried his wife's body for 12km or about 7.5miles after the hospital where she died allegedly failed to provide an ambulance to carry the body back to their village. Dana Majhi's wife Ama...

American University of Afghanistan attacked

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Explosions and gunfire rang out at American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on Wednesday in what a police commander described as "a complex attack." Reporters in the area said students and teachers took cover in cl...

At least 73 dead as quake rocks central Italy

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At least 73 people were reported killed and dozens more were missing or feared dead Wednesday after a 6.2 magnitude earthquake and a series of aftershocks struck several towns in central Italy, toppling scores of buil...

Yellowstone River closes indefinitely over deadly parasite

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Montana officials have indefinitely closed the Yellowstone River over concerns of a deadly parasite that has killed thousands of fish. More than 2,000 mountain whitefish have been found dead along the banks of the riv...

Vietnam woman ‘cuts off limbs for insurance payout’

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A Vietnamese woman has admitted to paying for her foot and part of her arm to be cut off in order to claim an insurance payout. In May, the 30-year-old woman by the name of "Ly Thi N", pretended she had been hit by a ...

Paris tourism hit by militant attacks, strikes and floods

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Attacks by Islamist militants as well as strikes and floods have led to a big fall in tourism in Paris. There were a million fewer visitors between January and June compared with the same period in 2015. Paris welcome...

Cincinnati Zoo deletes Twitter account after Harambe’s death

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An Ohio zoo where a gorilla was shot and killed has deleted its Twitter account after constant online harassment about the animal's death. The move comes a day after the Cincinnati Zoo said it was "not amused" by endu...

Obama to tour Louisiana amid criticism that he’s late

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President Barack Obama will touch down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Tuesday to tour the flood-ravaged city that quickly became a political football. Obama is set to see firsthand the damage in the state's capital that h...

VN tilapia export to rise rapidly

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Vietnamese tilapia export was anticipated to increase rapidly this year, according to the Việt Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors (Vasep). Vasep said that tilapia export might record revenues of US$45...

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