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Osprey mishap: US Marines aircraft located at Shoalwater Bay off Rockhampton

Osprey mishap: US Marines aircraft located at Shoalwater Bay off Rockhampton

The recovery effort launched Sunday, and a family friend of Ordway's tells KAKE News that the marines went to their home at 1am Sunday to tell them that Ordway had been declared deceased. The joint military exercise involved more than 30,000 USA and Australian personnel, the Australian Defense Department said. The tilt-rotor Osprey, which takes off and lands like a helicopter but can cruise like a standard airplane, has a checkered safety record. Read More

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Al-Jazeera 'deplores' Israeli plans to close broadcaster

Al-Jazeera 'deplores' Israeli plans to close broadcaster

Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler, reporting from Jerusalem on Sunday, said that the request to revoke the credentials cover all the networks journalists in both the Arabic and English channels. According to Kara, this announcement came as a direct continuation of the decision made by a majority of the Gulf Sunni states, who determined that Al Jazeera supports terrorism and religious extremism. Read More

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Oxford University employee hands himself in following brutal stabbing murder

Oxford University employee hands himself in following brutal stabbing murder

Professor Wyndham Lathem surrendered at a federal courthouse in Oakland at about 7:30 p.m Pacific Time and the University of Oxford employee Andrew Warren turned himself in to the San Francisco Police Department at around 6:30 p.m. He said: "We were not in contact with them directly". "Both men were seen on surveillance video at the building, police said". Both Lathem and Warren are being held on no bond status. Read More

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Most Americans agree: Trump shouldn't ban transgender people from the military

The poll also found respondents supportive of LGBT people in other ways. Trump's latest Quinnipiac approval rating is worse than the 55-to-40 percent disapproval mark recorded in its last survey in late June. The May 17 New York City poll found Mayor de Blasio's approval rating soars; he tops little-known challengers 3-1. 64 - 25 percent of voters disapprove of Republican ideas to replace the Affordable Care Act. Read More

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Northwestern professor, Oxford employee sought in death of Chicago man

Northwestern professor, Oxford employee sought in death of Chicago man

Warren's fellow suspect was named as Wyndham Lathem , 42, an expert researcher of the bubonic plague, and an associate professor of microbiology and immunology a Northwestern University in Chicago . Public records indicate that Lathem lives at the address where Cornell-Duranleau's body was found. In a brief telephone interview, Cornell said the family in MI - where Cornell-Duranleau was born and raised before moving to Chicago - doesn't know the suspects. Read More

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Tillerson To Travel To Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia: State Dept

Tillerson To Travel To Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia: State Dept

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Tuesday for a dialogue with North Korea and acknowledged that USA relations with Russian Federation have worsened during the Trump administration. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is sitting on almost $80 million set aside for the State Department to combat propaganda from Russian Federation and terrorists groups - and most of it will expire if he doesn't act soon. Read More

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The Duke of Edinburgh makes his final royal engagement

The Duke of Edinburgh makes his final royal engagement

The parade was the finale of the 1664 Global Challenge, which has seen 1500 Royal Marines and army commandos take part in a 2678km running challenge over the past four months. He has completed 22,219 solo engagements since 1952. The event certainly holds special significance to the prince, who was appointed captain general in succession to Queen Elizabeth II's late father , King George VI, almost 64 years ago. Read More

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US Sanctions Against Maduro a 'Blatant Attempt to Topple an Unpleasant Leader'

US Sanctions Against Maduro a 'Blatant Attempt to Topple an Unpleasant Leader'

For now, the Trump administration has not delivered on threats to sanction Venezuela's oil industry, which could undermine Mr Maduro's government but raise United States gas prices. More than 7 million people cast ballots. The two were under house arrest before they were taken away. Moody's Investors Service released a note Monday saying that Venezuela would be able to service its debt this year only if it "reschedules large payments". Read More

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Some rides reopening at OH fair after death

Some rides reopening at OH fair after death

His wife Erin teaches at Buckeye Local Elementary School. The ride's manufacturer, KMG, said the one at the OH fair was built in 1998. She said it was chaos afterward: "Everybody was running". Erickson said like years past, Homeland Security will have about 14 inspectors on site the two days before the fair opens, first checking maintenance and fix records and then making sure each is operating as it's supposed to. Read More

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Security Forces launch search op in south Kashmir village

Security Forces launch search op in south Kashmir village

In Samboora, reports said, forces resorted to aerial firing to disperse the protesters. One SLR and one INSAS rifle have been recovered, according to ANI . When Authorities were asked about the identification of Militants than they said that, "They got the information about the presence of Militants in Pulwama Districts last night (Saturday night)". Read More

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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi: Who is Pakistan's new interim PM?

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi: Who is Pakistan's new interim PM?

On Friday, the Supreme Court disqualified Sharif from holding the post of Prime Minister, saying he had been dishonest to the judiciary and Parliament about financial details of his family as revealed by the Panama Papers . "I see the state of freeze between India and China continuing until the foreseeable future and we might even expect surge in cross-border terror activities", said Mr Mansingh, who was also India's envoy to Washington. Read More

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