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World 2 riders fall after Dayton roller coaster derails
Author: 0 2 riders fall after Dayton roller coaster derails

Local media reports said they were dangling for half an hour, held in place by seat belts, before being rescued. According to the Dayton Beach Fire Department, ten riders total were extricated from the roller coaster . Arthur Ellis, 62, a computer technician from Daytona Beach, said on Friday that he saw two men working on the tracks of the Sand Blaster on Thursday morning.

World Trudeau’s criticism will cost Canada ‘a lot of money’
Author: 0 Trudeau’s criticism will cost Canada ‘a lot of money’

When asked if his were statements from the President, Navarro said they were his words, but they reflected "the sentiment that was on Air Force One". All seven leaders had worked out a joint statement stressing the importance of a rules-based worldwide trading system. Trump lashed out at Trudeau, calling him " dishonest & weak ", on Twitter .

World Trump and Kim Sign Denuclearization Agreement, Read It Here
Author: 0 Trump and Kim Sign Denuclearization Agreement, Read It Here

During the signing ceremony, the two leaders sat side by side at an expansive wooden table decorated with white flowers and were flanked on either side by American and North Korean flags, The new Straits Times reported. " President Trump committed to provide security guarantees to the DPRK and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", said a joint statement issued after their historic summit in Singapore .

World Glasgow's world-renowned art school ravaged by massive fire
Author: 0 Glasgow's world-renowned art school ravaged by massive fire

Paul Sweeney, a Glasgow MP, said on Twitter: "Devastated that a major fire has broken out at the Glasgow School of Art tonight". "The extent of the damage is very severe", Peter Heath, deputy assistant chief officer of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, told reporters at the scene in Glasgow city center on Saturday morning.

World Killing of Pakistan Taliban chief 'significant'
Author: 0 Killing of Pakistan Taliban chief 'significant'

In 2014, there were reports that Fazlullah had been killed. Fazlullah had directed numerous high-profile attacks against the USA and Pakistani targets since he was appointed the group's leader in 2013, including the December 2014 attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar that killed 151 people, including more than 130 children.

World Eid Celebration Across India
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Oshana Yusuf, a 77-year old Christian resident of Baze began to visit his Muslim neighbors' homes on Friday, the first day of the three-day celebration, along with his family. People usually come together in large groups to offer Eid prayer. "Reliable reports of moon sighting were received from Muslim leaders and religious organisations across the country, which were duly verified and authenticated by us, states and the National Moon Sighting Committee".

World Judge sends Paul Manafort to jail, pending trial
Author: 0 Judge sends Paul Manafort to jail, pending trial

President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort , spent his first night in jail on Friday, where he is expected to remain until his trial . "What makes the Manafort case unique is that there is a shadow hanging over it, which is the presidential pardon power", said Patrick Cotter, a former federal prosecutor who has worked with members of Mueller's team in the past.

World Kremlin says Russian women can sleep with whomever they want
Author: 0 Kremlin says Russian women can sleep with whomever they want

Asked if the World Cup could boost Russia's birth rate - a key goal for President Vladimir Putin - Pletneva replied: " We should be giving birth to our own children ". "It doesn't matter what nationality they are (as long as) they are Russian citizens", Pletnyova said. Now if she has at least one example of how my daughter is worse, then we will have a conversation'.

World Defiant Merkel backs Europe migrant policy as Bavaria row simmers
Author: 0 Defiant Merkel backs Europe migrant policy as Bavaria row simmers

About 1.4 million entered the country in the wake of her decision and while the flow has slowed, around 10,000 continue to stream in each month. Mr Seehofer was a leading critic of Ms Merkel's welcoming stance in 2015 and has been taking an increasingly hard line ahead of Bavarian state elections this autumn.

World Trump ‘planning’ to call North Korea’s Kim on Sunday
Author: 0 Trump ‘planning’ to call North Korea’s Kim on Sunday

President Trump and his allies get no respect, according to President Trump . The just-under-three-minute video features footage of Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shaking hands, smiling and signing a joint agreement at the summit in Singapore earlier this week.

World Inside the summit: Talks with aliens, familiar frustrations
Author: 0 Inside the summit: Talks with aliens, familiar frustrations

Donald Trump has spoken of his admiration for the way North Koreans "sit up at attention" for their leader Kim Jong Un - and expressed a wish for his own "people" to do the same. "I said , 'do you think it would be a good thing to speak to him maybe?" Trump also defended his decision not to take up the issue of Pyongyang's human rights abuses with Kim during the summit, arguing that he did so because preventing a nuclear war is a more pressing matter.

World Trump Dismisses IG Report’s Bias Conclusion as ‘Ridiculous’
Author: 0 Trump Dismisses IG Report’s Bias Conclusion as ‘Ridiculous’

Horowitz will give the report to Congress on Thursday, and it's likely to have a big fallout. Clinton and her supporters, on the other hand, have long complained that she was the one whose election chances were torpedoed by Comey's investigation announcements about her email practices, in the summer and then shortly before the election.

World Arab forces seize entrance to airport in Yemen's main port city
Author: 0 Arab forces seize entrance to airport in Yemen's main port city

Ousted President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who lives in exile in Saudi Arabia, arrived in Aden on Thursday in his first trip to the southern city in over a year. It would deprive the Houthis of their main source of income and prevent them from bringing in missiles, dozens of which have been fired at Saudi Arabia.

World White House says Trump backs immigration effort
Author: 0 White House says Trump backs immigration effort

Trump's words are causing confusion among GOP leaders, who have said Trump backs the compromise. "I certainly wouldn't sign the more", he replied, being cut off by the anchor, but mimicking his description of the compromise measure. Trump did not specifically say why he opposed the compromise bill. The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) released a new ad on Thursday hitting House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) for what it describes as her negative attitude toward the growing ...

World Food And Medicine Delivered To Migrant Rescue Boat in Mediterranean
Author: 0 Food And Medicine Delivered To Migrant Rescue Boat in Mediterranean

Huge waves and strong winds forced a migrant ship caught in a major diplomatic row to take a detour Thursday on its way to Spain , with many aboard suffering seasickness and shock, a French charity said. Under EU rules, migrants must apply for asylum in the European country where they first arrive. Some countries feel justified in stopping migrants from entering when they should have registered elsewhere.

World Australia offers to help verify North Korea's denuclearisation
Author: 0 Australia offers to help verify North Korea's denuclearisation

The historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has one area veteran hoping for something positive to come out of it. Kim is now promising to work toward a denuclearized Korean Peninsula. North Korea has opposed it, viewing it as infringing on its sovereignty. Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov approved of the meeting in Singapore, Interfax reported.

World President Trump praises Kim and says he’s ‘solved’ problems with North Korea
Author: 0 President Trump praises Kim and says he’s ‘solved’ problems with North Korea

South Korea's presidential office has said it's trying to discern Trump's meaning and intent, but also that the allies should explore various ways to "further facilitate" dialogue with the North. Mr Trump had been answering a question about whether Mr Kim might some day visit the White House. "That problem is largely solved", he told reporters.

World China Sets ‘Red Line’ for U.S. Ceremony in Taiwan
Author: 0 China Sets ‘Red Line’ for U.S. Ceremony in Taiwan

The United States opened a $256 million de facto embassy in Taipei, Taiwan , on Tuesday amid rising trade tensions with China, Reuters reported . Geng Shuang, spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry, said Tuesday that Beijing has lodged a protest with the USA over the ceremony.

World Government - rebel peace talks break down
Author: 0 Government - rebel peace talks break down

May promised the would-be rebels the Government would put forward a new amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill that would beef-up the so-called " meaningful vote " plan in exchange for their support. Labour MP Ian Murray blamed the government for the lack of debating time, saying United Kingdom ministers could have ensured votes did not take away from the time available for members to speak.

World Watchdog attacks former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief's handling of Clinton email probe
Author: 0 Watchdog attacks former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief's handling of Clinton email probe

A new exchange released in Thursday's IG report showed Strzok in an August 2016 text to Page said "We'll stop it" regarding a question on whether Trump could be elected president. Before the release of the report, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., sought to counter any claims by Trump that it would show that bias against him by Federal Bureau of Investigation officials has affected the Russian Federation probe.

World Pennsylvania storm damaged numerous businesses
Author: 0 Pennsylvania storm damaged numerous businesses

Of the damaged businesses, 11 were destroyed and nine sustained major damage, according to Luzerne County officials. Red Cross spokesman Dave Skutnik said on Twitter that the injuries weren't serious, but called the damage in the Luzerne County township "horrific".

World Navarro voices regret for harsh words about Canadian leader
Author: 0 Navarro voices regret for harsh words about Canadian leader

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland had responded to the White House comments by saying that Canada will retaliate to United States tariffs in a measured and reciprocal way and that Canada will always be willing to talk. "Canada does not believe that ad hominem attacks are a particularly appropriate or useful way to conduct our relations with other countries", Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said.

World President Trump: Kim ‘trusts me, and I trust him’
Author: 0 President Trump: Kim ‘trusts me, and I trust him’

Both leaders expressed optimism throughout five hours of talks, with Trump thanking Kim afterward "for taking the first bold step toward a bright new future for his people". Warmbier, 22, was a student at the University of Virginia when he was arrested in North Korea in January 2016 for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster.

Author: 0 Sanders, Shah Planning To Leave White House, Sanders Denies Reports

CBS News reported Wednesday that Shah was also considering leaving but had not yet set a date. Sanders responded to the story on Twitter . However, she did not address the accuracy of the report . 'I was at my daughter's year-end Kindergarten event and they ran a story about my "plans to leave the WH" without even talking to me. Sanders has become the public face of the Trump administration since being promoted to press secretary following the resignation of Sean Spicer.

World Brexit backer Arron Banks to face MPs over Russian Federation claims
Author: 0 Brexit backer Arron Banks to face MPs over Russian Federation claims

Asked whether Banks should be subject to a police investigation , the Labour MP said: "Some of the allegations are particularly serious and will no doubt need to be investigated by other authorities as well". The newspaper said he had discussed a potential business deal involving six Russian gold mines with ambassador Alexander Yakovenko after being introduced by a suspected Russian spy.

World Italian coast guard lands 900 immigrants in Sicily
Author: 0 Italian coast guard lands 900 immigrants in Sicily

Italy's new populist government came under fire Tuesday from its European Union neighbours after refusing to let a foreign NGO boat carrying 629 mostly African migrants dock in Italy. Italy's rejection of the migrants has again highlighted the glaring differences between European Union member states over how to the issue of asylum seekers.

World Reality Check: Canada’s ‘National Security Threat’ To U.S.
Author: 0 Reality Check: Canada’s ‘National Security Threat’ To U.S.

Trump said Trudeau's promise not to back down from United States tariffs is "going to cost a lot of money for the people of Canada". Freeland steered clear of addressing Trump's tirade, but she pulled no punches about the tariffs and the president's insistence that they were enacted to protect national security under Section 232 of USA trade law.

World Veteran journalist shot dead in India-held Kashmir
Author: 0 Veteran journalist shot dead in India-held Kashmir

The condition of the two injured in the shooting, which comes a day ahead of Eid , is critical, they said. He was accompanied by his driver and Personal Security Officer ( PSO ). Bukhari was a protected journalist, guarded by two armed policemen round the clock, in a disputed area of India where political violence and threats to reporters is commonplace.

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