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Real-life Tarzan girl found living among monkeys in India

Real-life Tarzan girl found living among monkeys in India

A woman in England said a year ago she had been brought up by monkeys in the jungles of South America after being ditched by child traffickers. "She uses her mouth to pick the eatables", says a nurse of Bahraich district hospital. The hospital has treated her wounds and workers are now trying to teach her how to communicate and how to walk on two legs. "She was suffering from malnutrition". Read More

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Splash! Jerry Brown Says California's Drought Is Over

Gov. Brown addressed the drought with a series of executive orders mandating statewide water restrictions. Brown's order maintains numerous conservation practices put in place in 2015, including mandatory reports on water usage, restrictions on using nonrecirculated water in fountains and bans on watering lawns within 48 hours of significant rainfall. Read More

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Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

SKY-HIGH TENSIONS Tensions have risen sharply as North Korea has stepped up ballistic missile tests and amid boasts Kim Jong-un that his country was in the final stages of developing an intercontinental ballistic missile. North Korea could choose to continue with missile-related activities through next week, when the isolated and impoverished country celebrates the 105th anniversary of the birth of the state's founder, Kim Il Sung. Read More

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Russian authorities detain 6 on terror suspicion, no links to bomb attack

Russian authorities detain 6 on terror suspicion, no links to bomb attack

Earlier Thursday, Russian security agents arrested three people suspected of links to the suicide bomber accused of attacking the subway. The bomb went off Monday afternoon as the train was moving between two stations. The report said Russian investigators were trying to determine Dzhalilov's travels, but they had ascertained that the device used in the subway attack bore the hallmarks of "Syrian know-how", specifically traces of burnt sugar. Read More

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Pepsi pulls widely mocked ad featuring Kendall Jenner

Pepsi pulls widely mocked ad featuring Kendall Jenner

The company apologized in its statement , saying, "we did not intend to make light of any serious issue". We are pulling the content and halting any further roll out. Pepsi sparked a wave of backlash after their released their latest advertisement featuring Kendall Jenner . Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad summarized: The Revolution Will Be Televised as a Beautiful People Rave With Police as Benevolent Security Guards. Read More

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Twitter sues government to stop unmasking of anti-Trump account

Twitter sues government to stop unmasking of anti-Trump account

Constitution include a right to disseminate such anonymous or pseudonymous political speech", Twitter told the U.S. District Court in Northern California. In the filing, Twitter said that DHS officials delivered an administrative summons to the social networking site on March 14, via a Customs and Border Protection agent, demanding that the company provide records that would "unmask or likely lead to the unmasking" of the person or people behind the account. Read More

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Westminster attack: 2 more arrested overnight

Britain's top anti-terrorism officer, Mark Rowley, said police had nine people in custody after the attack on Wednesday which killed five people including the assailant. The six were also held on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts . "My thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy are with all those who have been affected by yesterday's bad violence", Queen Elizabeth II said, praising the police response to the attack . Read More

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Trump removes Bannon from National Security Council

Trump removes Bannon from National Security Council

Two senior White House officials said Bannon's departure was in no way a demotion and that he had rarely attended meetings since being placed on the council. The diplomat said Haley, who is also a member of Trump's Cabinet, arranged the council visit. President George W. Bush barred his chief strategist and top adviser Karl Rove from the meetings, telling him he could "never" attend one. Read More

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Syria chemical attack death toll now at 72; new strikes hit

Syria chemical attack death toll now at 72; new strikes hit

Early U.S. assessments show the attack most likely involved chlorine and traces of the nerve agent sarin, according to two U.S. officials who weren't authorized to speak publicly about intelligence assessments and demanded anonymity. Russian and USA coalition aircraft were not there, the official said. Casey and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY say Trump is being undermined by the cloud of an ongoing investigation into possible Russian interference in the election. Read More

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Former Trump Campaign Adviser Met With Russian Spy in 2013

Former Trump Campaign Adviser Met With Russian Spy in 2013

A court filing from 2015 shows that in January of 2013, Page met with Victor Podobnyy , who was later charged with acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government - that government being Russian Federation in this case. BuzzFeed News obtained the court filing for the case, which included a transcript of a conversation between Victor Podobnyy , the person accused of spying, and Igor Sporyshev , another Russian operative, about trying to recruit someone identified as "Male-1". Read More

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Principal resigns after student reporters raise concerns

But when these high school journalists in Pittsburg, Kansas started unearthing information about their newly-hired principal , they came up with more questions than answers. Robertson said she attended the university before it lost its accreditation, the Pittsburg Morning Sun reported. She was previously a principal at a school in Dubai but that fell through after the agency governing education there declared that she was unfit for the job. Read More

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Dems secure enough votes to block Gorsuch

If they cannot do so, McConnell can still force a vote by changing long-standing Senate rules to allow for a simple majority vote, a move that Trump has urged. He has decided more than 2,700 cases over the past 10 years and been overruled by the Supreme Court only once. "If the law can change so easily as that", Gorsuch said , "where's the due process to the individual, the person who doesn't have an army of lawyers?" "Judge Gorsuch is a smart man but that doesn't make him right for a ... Read More

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Syrian aid group says 100 people killed, 400 injured in chemical attacks

Syrian aid group says 100 people killed, 400 injured in chemical attacks

Idlib province contains the largest populated area controlled by anti-Assad rebels - both nationalist Free Syrian Army groups and Islamist factions including the former al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front. "I don't like Assad at all, " Trump said in a Presidential debate in October. The news from Idlib came as an worldwide conference opened Tuesday in Brussels to discuss the future of Syria. Read More

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While tennis heads to clay, Roger Federer heads for vacation

While tennis heads to clay, Roger Federer heads for vacation

Because when I am healthy and feeling good, I can produce tennis like this and when I am not feeling this good there is no chance I will be in the finals competing with Rafa. But he plans to skip all of the clay tournaments leading to the French. As for Federer, he said he was looking to be happy in all parts of his life and to stay healthy, even if that means pacing himself and taking a strategic break at times. Read More

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Top Senate Democrat promises to block Trump's high court pick

Reuters states Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said on Tuesday that colleagues were unimpressed by Gorsuch's committee performance because of his unwillingness to answer substantive questions. Senate rules now require 60 votes for Gorsuch's nomination to be approved. The decision prompted sharp questioning from committee Democrats. McConnell, however, is known to be against changing the Senate rules. Read More

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Gonzaga, North Carolina a hefty NCAA title matchup

But Meeks got inside of Bell for that final rebound, threw it outside to Pinson, who dribbled out the clock to end this ugly affair. "That just shows how big offensive rebounding is". The Tar Heels went to their bread and butter in the second half, pounding the ball inside to Meeks and attacking the offensive glass. While Kennedy Meeks bulldozed his way to a 25-point double-double, Jackson was canning contested jumpers that made a seven point deficit feel like 70. Read More

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US beats Canada 2-0 in women's hockey world championship

Finland believed they could beat Canada in women's hockey. "We need to have the will and determination to get inside". USA Hockey was reportedly scouring college rosters and juniors teams to cobble together a replacement squad. Nobody in Group A has played Germany or Sweden so we'd skip that and move right to the last criteria - seedings entering the tournament. Canadian coach Laura Schuler, though, insisted the gap is closing between the sports two powers and the rest of the world, in part ... Read More

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China hails Sino-US contacts after Tillerson visit

China hails Sino-US contacts after Tillerson visit

Undeterred by United Nations sanctions, North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests and a series of missile launches. Tillerson is on his first trip to Asia as Trump's top diplomat, making stops in Japan, South Korea and China. In a further sign of its frustration with Pyongyang, China last month banned imports of North Korean coal for the rest of the year, potentially depriving Kim's regime of a key source of foreign currency. Read More

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