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Trump Says Military Is ‘Locked and Loaded’ and North Korea Will ‘Regret’ Threats

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Trump continued to beat war drums on Friday against North Korea and, unexpectedly, said he would consider a military option to deal with an unrelated crisis in Venezuela. But though he declared that the armed forces ...

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Six People Injured After Bus Crashes Into Shop In London

LONDON- A double-decker bus crashed into a shop here on Thursday, injuring six people, China’s Xinhua news agency reported the London Ambulance Service as saying. The bus smashed into the shop in southern London, with two passengers trapped on the ...

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China Earthquake: Sichuan Tremor Leaves Least 19 Dead

A 7.0-magnitude earthquake has killed at least 19 people and injured 247 in China’s south-western province of Sichuan. Six tourists are thought to be among the dead, with up to 45,000 people evacuated from the area. A separate 6.6-magnitude tremor ...

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‘Hug a Terrorist’ Program Aims to Stop Spread of Extremism in Denmark

Police in Denmark have set up a controversial new program to stop the spread of radicalization and terror attacks. In Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city, authorities are using a method referred to by some as the “hug a terrorist” or ...

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It took cake artists at Broadway Bakery close to a month and over 1,200 man hours to bake the $40,000 (about Rs 25 lakh) cake.

It took cake artists at Broadway Bakery close to a month and over 1,200 man hours to bake the $40,000 (about Rs 25 lakh) cake. The 54kg ‘edible artwork’ even has a pronounced Indian touch to it: In a tribute ...

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Mystery Solved In The Case Of 2 French Friends Who Died Over Supper

A French village was consumed by intense speculation after two friends appeared to have suddenly died while eating a meal together outside of a home in Authon-du-Perche. As British newspaper The Guardian reports, Olivier Boudin, 38, was found lying on ...

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Hawaii Is First State To Prepare For Nuclear Attack Amid Growing Tensions With North Korea

Mitsuko Heidtke shakes her head in disbelief after hearing that Hawaii is now the first US state to prepare for the possibility of a nuclear strike by North Korea. She lives on the island of Oahu now, but 72 years ...

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Europe Bakes In 40 Degree Celsius Heat; No Respite In Sight

SARAJEVO/BELGRADE: Swathes of southern and eastern Europe sweltered in temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius on Friday in a heat wave nicknamed “Lucifer” that has fanned forest fires, triggered weather warning alerts and damaged crops. Italy and the Balkans were worst ...

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Beached ship turns into popular restaurant

For decades, Palestinians have dreamed of having their own port on the Mediterranean, from where they could sail the world. Instead, they are making do with a wooden ship run aground on a Gaza beach, which has become a popular ...

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Japan razed world’s biggest fish market

In Japan, dozens of firefighters battled a blaze at the world’s largest fish market and one of the capital’s most popular tourist sites. The media said there were no immediate reports of injuries or people trapped.

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