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A medical examiner ruled the child's death a homicide with evidence of multiple traumatic injuries and battered-child syndrome, meaning she suffered multiple injuries, at multiple sites, at multiple ages. Fields allegedly faked a gunshot wound on May 25, 2016 in an incident where he was accused of assaulting Diaz and possibly shooting her dog, police said.
  • IMA protest call: Pvt health services in Goa may hit tomorrow

    IMA protest call: Pvt health services in Goa may hit tomorrow

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    As part of the stir, doctors belonging to the Indian Medical Association in all hospitals would go on a dawn-to-dusk 12-hour strike, IMA State Prsident E K Ummer said in a statement here. The Bill is likely to come up for discussion in Parliament tomorrow. "The Bill is anti-poor, anti-people, non-representative and undemocratic", said IMA, TS chapter president, Dr.
  • Buhari appoints 3 dead men as board members

    Buhari appoints 3 dead men as board members

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    Full list of constituted board as released by the media aides of President Muhammadu Buhari . He died in December 2016 and President Buhari had sent a letter of condolence to the family. According to Boss Mustapha, all the appointments take immediate effect. At least seven appointees announced Friday by the presidency on a list that has over a thousand board members have been confirmed to have died long before their appointments.
  • Activist Erica Garner Dies at 27

    Activist Erica Garner Dies at 27

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    She suffered a massive heart attack last week, suffering brain damage after slipping into a coma while the family continued to rally around her. Her heart was bigger than the world. She died in a NY hospital. Garner urged unity in the social justice movement and sought to mend fissures and conflicts within it. A jury voted not to indict Pantaleo on criminal charges and he remains on the force.
  • Black Lives Matter Activist Erica Garner In A Coma After Heart Attack

    Black Lives Matter Activist Erica Garner In A Coma After Heart Attack

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    Friends and activists are visiting the NY hospital where Black Lives Matter icon Eric Garner's eldest daughter is in grave condition after a heart attack . After giving birth to her son, who is named after her father, four months ago, Garner went into cardiac arrest. Social media users have sent Garner and her family prayers in hope that a miracle would happen.
  • China defends sanctions work after report of NK oil transfer

    China defends sanctions work after report of NK oil transfer

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    A senior administration official told CNN that the Trump administration is planning to be " more quiet" and " more discreet" about speaking publicly on United States military exercises with the Republic of Korea and Japan aimed at demonstrating military capability against North Korea .
  • Kremlin offers to be mediator between the USA and North Korea

    Kremlin offers to be mediator between the USA and North Korea

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    Russian Federation is ready to act as a mediator between North Korea and the United States if both parties are willing for it to play such a role, the Kremlin said on Tuesday. The UN Security Council unanimously voted to impose new sanctions on North Korea on Friday in response to its recent intercontinental ballistic missile test, a move North Korea called an act of war, tantamount to a complete economic blockade.
  • When the city will start curbside pickup of Christmas trees

    When the city will start curbside pickup of Christmas trees

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    Joe Hyndman recycles puts one of his family's Christmas trees on a pile at the Hamilton County Recycling Center on Crabtree Road on Monday, Dec. 28, 2015, in the Middle Valley community near Chattanooga, Tenn. People may drop off trees during business hours or leave trees outside the gates after hours. The trees from the nursery are planted throughout the Lancaster County Park System.
  • Woman killed by pit bulls outside her home

    Woman killed by pit bulls outside her home

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    The Bell County Sheriff's Department said it received a call at 10:20 a.m. Highway 66 in the Wiser Branch area of Arjay about the dog attack. The owner of the dogs, Johnny Dale Lankford, 42, had been in a local detention center after being charged Friday with domestic violence and unlawful imprisonment.
  • CHP officer from Tracy dies in Christmas Eve crash

    CHP officer from Tracy dies in Christmas Eve crash

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    He is now being treated at Eden Medical Center. The other officer, Jonathan Velasquez, was treated at a hospital and released. Officers responded shortly before midnight to reports of a collision in the southbound lanes of Interstate-880 just north of Highway 92 involving a red auto and a CHP vehicle, Bay Area television station KPIX reported.
  • Kulbhushan Jadhav meets his mother, wife in Pakistan

    Kulbhushan Jadhav meets his mother, wife in Pakistan

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    Twenty-two months since Kulbhushan Jadhav was taken into illegal detention in Pakistan , his family will finally get a glimpse of him on Monday. In the video, Jadhav is apparently saying, "I requested a meeting with my wife and mother and I am thankful to Govt of Pakistan for this grand gesture".
  • Emirates stops flying to Tunisia in row over ban on Tunisian women

    Emirates stops flying to Tunisia in row over ban on Tunisian women

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    Emirates said it would stop operating its Dubai-Tunis connection following instructions from the North African country. On Friday, the Tunisian government added that it had asked the UAE ambassador to clarify what was happening and had been told that the measures were temporary and had already been lifted.
  • Outpatient flu visits spike as more states note high activity

    Outpatient flu visits spike as more states note high activity

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    As of December 16, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services had received 4,363 reports of influenza A statewide, and 1,300 reports of influenza B, with 52 unknown or untyped cases, for a total of 5,715. Australia's bad flu season has been dominated by the H3N2 strain. For people with confirmed or suspected influenza, particular those who are at high risk for complications, it's important to seek treatment with influenza antiviral medications as close to the onset of illness ...
  • Kansas jobless rate down slightly in October

    Kansas jobless rate down slightly in October

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    The number of unemployed was down 3,600 over the year to 23,100. The Kansas Department of Labor reports the state's jobless rate at 3.5 percent in November. The rate for the Lincoln Metropolitan Statistical Area fell to 2.1 percent last month, down from a revised 2.2 percent in October and 2.4 percent in November 2016.
  • Mansfield DAR lays wreaths for fallen veterans

    Mansfield DAR lays wreaths for fallen veterans

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    Over one million wreaths were laid on graves across the U.S. on Saturday as part of the " Wreaths across America " program. Morrill Worcester, owner of Worcester Wreath Co . Mayor Mike Desire and Cub Scout son Dominic Desire placed a wreath at the Missing In Action monument. "I'm hoping next year to do every veteran we have", said Spitalere.
  • Mike Pence reschedules Middle East visit for January

    Mike Pence reschedules Middle East visit for January

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    Pence's visit was supposed to begin on Tuesday night, with a stop for a meeting with Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Cairo, followed by a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a visit to the Western Wall, and a speech at the Knesset.
  • Palestinian teen and mother held in custody over goading of IDF soldiers

    Palestinian teen and mother held in custody over goading of IDF soldiers

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    Her father claims the video was filmed immediately after Israeli forces fired tear-gas canisters at their home. Israeli incitement, led by Israeli army leaders and officials to arrest the girl, was, according to Israeli media, was because the general feeling that the Israeli army was humiliated despite the countless crimes committed by the Israeli army against the Palestinians.
  • US Blocks UN?Vote Calling For Trump To Rescind Jerusalem Decision

    US Blocks UN?Vote Calling For Trump To Rescind Jerusalem Decision

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    The US was alone in voting against Monday's draft resolution at the Security Council, with the 14 other member countries voting in favour, including France and Britain, which are generally closely aligned with the US. Trump's decision to move the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was a sovereign decision and "fully in line" with previous Security Council resolutions, Haley added.
  • Tillerson's remarks might signal change in United States policy on NK

    Tillerson's remarks might signal change in United States policy on NK

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    We can talk about whether there is gonna be a square table or a round table if that's what you're excited about. "We want to work with Pakistan to stamp out terrorism within their boundaries as well, but Pakistan has to begin the process of changing its relationship with the Haqqani Network and with others".
  • The first winter storm of the season

    The first winter storm of the season

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    Lake effect snow showers will develop Tuesday night and continue through Wednesday across central NY, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters expect 2-4 inches of the white stuff. Tired shovelers in Buffalo and Watertown should get a break with this round, however, as winds out of the northwest set up over the region, and steer the heaviest snow further south than the weekend's event.
  • Moore's Campaign Strategist Says AL Senate Race Is 'Donald Trump On Trial'

    Moore's Campaign Strategist Says AL Senate Race Is 'Donald Trump On Trial'

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    We want conservative judges, like Judge Gorsuch on the Supreme Court. President Trump has reportedly agreed to record a robocall for Roy Moore . Mr Moore, who is 70, has been dogged by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, including accusations that he molested two teenage girls and pursued romantic relationships with several others while in his 30s.
  • IDF destroys Gaza terror tunnel being built by Hamas

    IDF destroys Gaza terror tunnel being built by Hamas

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    This is the second such tunnel from Gaza destroyed using the new Israeli system in six weeks. The tunnel destroyed on Sunday had been discovered several weeks ago and was monitored by the military, Conricus said. "We see this as a severe violation of Israeli sovereignty and we hold the Hamas terror organization responsible", said Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus. The IDF "is prepared for all developments".
  • Ukrainian president arrives in Lithuania

    Ukrainian president arrives in Lithuania

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    A statement posted on his official Facebook page called for a protest at the detention center. She said the work of NABU and the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) - a partner agency that is also under attack - was "crucial to achieving stronger and equitable growth".
  • United Kingdom foils 'plot to kill May'

    United Kingdom foils 'plot to kill May'

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    However, it does not appear they were able to obtain or build any explosives. He said that his service had prevented nine terrorist attacks this year. The Metropolitan Police would only say that Rahman, 20, and Imran, 21, were due to appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday charged with planning terror attacks.
  • Celebrities React to Los Angeles Wildfires

    Celebrities React to Los Angeles Wildfires

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    The Skirball fire began as a brush fire that erupted overnight and quickly spread, creating an alarming spectacle for pre-dawn commuters on the hillsides east of Interstate 405 before the California Highway Patrol closed the heavily traveled freeway.
  • Aspiring rapper, Palm Beach County retiree become buds through 'Words with Friends'

    Aspiring rapper, Palm Beach County retiree become buds through 'Words with Friends'

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    Spencer, who lives in Harlem, started playing Roz on Words with Friends last summer. The Washington Post reported that the friendship really took off when Guttman used the word p-h-a-t, hip-hop slang for excellent. Sleyon and Rosalind Guttman met on Words With Friends over a year ago. Amy Butler, a pastor at Riverside Church in Manhattan, arranged the trip for Sleyon and flew there with him.
  • Robert Mueller 'demands Donald Trump's Deutsche Bank accounts'

    Robert Mueller 'demands Donald Trump's Deutsche Bank accounts'

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    Bankruptcies at his hotel and casino business in the 1990s made much of Wall Street shy away from lending Mr Trump credit, forcing him to look further afield. The president declined to say what he would do if Mueller began such an examination, but he continued, "I think that's a violation". The Trump International Hotel is shown on August 10, 2017 in Washington.
  • Irish border deal reported settled as May meets Juncker

    Irish border deal reported settled as May meets Juncker

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    The question of how to maintain a soft Irish border had emerged as the key sticking point to getting agreement from the European Union to move on to phase two in the Brexit negotiations. Calling May as a tough negotiator in his two-minute briefing, Juncker said he is confident that sufficient progress could be reached before the European Union summit slated for December 15.
  • Mueller Removed FBI Agent From Russia Investigation Over Possible Anti-Trump Texts

    Mueller Removed FBI Agent From Russia Investigation Over Possible Anti-Trump Texts

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    Days later, then-FBI Director James Comey announced that he would not be recommending charges against Clinton for mishandling classified information on her private email server. "Just more Fake News covering another Comey lie!" The Times said he was reassigned to the human resources department at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and that he is still there.
  • War with North Korea 'closer every day'

    War with North Korea 'closer every day'

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    McMaster said that North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un's nuclear ambitions are the gravest national security threat that America faces. Japan announced Friday it will host a ministerial meeting of the U.N. North Korean officials made similar comments last month . North Korea has warned that a "reckless" joint military drill by the US and South Korea could spark a nuclear war.
  • War criminal Praljak claims to ingest poison, dies

    War criminal Praljak claims to ingest poison, dies

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    Slobodan Praljak, 72, was one of six former Bosnian Croat political and military leaders up before the court. He committed suicide when Carmel Agius, the presiding judge, read out a verdict rejecting his appeal. When I first met him it was on the front line in Croatia in 1991, and as soon as the camera crew arrived all hell erupted. Croatian PM Andrej Plenkovic said: "We have all unfortunately witnessed his act by which he took his own life".
  • President, First Lady take part in lighting National Christmas Tree

    President, First Lady take part in lighting National Christmas Tree

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    The First Lady's Director of Communications Stephanie Grisham also sent out a tweet with the image of the hallway decorations that many are deeming eerie and spooky and better suited to Halloween than Christmas. The family Christmas card is framed and on display. Now President Trump has vowed to take on the so-called war on Christmas. According to trump, the phrase "Happy holidays" negates the Christian essence of Christmas.
  • White House Says Tillerson Is 'Here,' For Now

    White House Says Tillerson Is 'Here,' For Now

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    Pompeo is reportedly much closer to President Trump and has a good relationship with the President, unlike Tillerson, who has appeared to distance himself from Trump on a number of occasions. Both Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and retired Navy Vice Adm. Robert Harward are under consideration for that post. A few weeks later, Tillerson voiced his support for the president after a report claimed that he had called Trump a " moron " after a meeting on Afghanistan.