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A police investigator who arrested a 27-year-old Florida soccer coach accused of running away with a teenage girl says the man had started working in upstate NY to fund his travels. The 17-year-old girl sneaked out of her home in Fort White on November 25, authorities said. Frisina was found safe by a New York State Police officer Friday afternoon near Syracuse.
  • Living Infant Declared Dead at Indian Hospital Narrowly Avoids Cremation

    Living Infant Declared Dead at Indian Hospital Narrowly Avoids Cremation

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    Delhi government and Delhi police have both launched inquiries. The packets were placed in a polythene bag and handed to the parents. "This baby was one of the twins delivered on 30 November morning". An order signed by Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said, "An enquiry regarding the said incident is to be initiated and a preliminary report is to be submitted within 72 hours and a final report within a week".
  • Formula One: Charles Leclerc to drive for Sauber in 2018

    Formula One: Charles Leclerc to drive for Sauber in 2018

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    Sauber , meanwhile, had Marcus Ericsson angling for a seat despite not scoring any points in either of the last two seasons, relying heavily on his links to the team's owners. "The motor we use will be the same one Ferrari use", Marchionne said. They have linked up with Alfa Romeo, who will become their title sponsor, for the 2018 season in a deal that marks a return to F1 for the Italian firm after a 30-year absence.
  • First (and last) supermoon of 2017 is coming

    First (and last) supermoon of 2017 is coming

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    That's when the moon is full and illuminated at the same time it comes closest to the Earth during its orbit. In December, the moon will be closest to the Earth on December 4 at 2.15 pm (IST), when it will be 3,57, 492 km away from Earth.
  • Missing Florida teen found safe in NY, officials say

    Missing Florida teen found safe in NY, officials say

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    Authorities said Frisina was believed to be traveling with Rian Rodriguez, 27, in a red Mercury Sable. The sheriff will hold a news conference on Monday at 2 p.m. Her former soccer coach Rian Rodriguez, 27, is now in jail on a charge of interference with a child's custody. The teen withdrew $200 from an ATM in Georgia on Sunday morning before the two were spotted later that evening at a pawn shop in North Carolina.
  • Senate Republicans Say They Have Votes to Pass Tax Bill

    Senate Republicans Say They Have Votes to Pass Tax Bill

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    Then, Sen. James Lankford , R-Okla., committed to supporting the plan, leaving Republican leaders confident that they had the support. President Trump is within striking distance of his first big legislative victory after Republicans in the Senate moved forward a bill to overhaul the tax system.
  • Palestinian shot dead by Israeli settler in West Bank

    Palestinian shot dead by Israeli settler in West Bank

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    Two settlers were slightly wounded. Following the clash, the Israeli group entered into a cave until Israeli security forces arrived to escort them out and provide medical treatment for the wounded. Several isolated hard-line settlements are in the area, situated near Palestinian villages and Nablus. An Israeli man was stabbed to death in the southern Israeli city of Arad in what police said was "most probably a terrorist attack ".
  • Christmas Market In Germany Evacuated After IED Found Nearby

    Christmas Market In Germany Evacuated After IED Found Nearby

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    A device was found just outside of Potsdam, just outside of Berlin . Police in the area posted a tweet saying that their "IED suspicion was confirmed ". Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said this week that Germany had increased information-sharing between federal and state officials and taken other steps to increase security after a series of missteps in the Berlin case.
  • History Made: 2017 Atlantic hurricane season in review

    History Made: 2017 Atlantic hurricane season in review

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    Preliminary damage costs for the 2017 season are estimated at more than $300 billion, with the majority of the damage related to Hurricanes Harvey , Irma, and Maria. Hurricane Maria made landfall in the Caribbean as a category five storm before annihilating Puerto Rico. Though it felt at times like the worst season ever, it turns out to be the seventh most active season in history.
  • Crime rate up in Telangana, spurt in rape and cheating cases

    Crime rate up in Telangana, spurt in rape and cheating cases

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    A total of 48,31,515 cognisable crimes - which include major crimes like rape, murder, kidnappings and rioting - comprising "29,75,711 IPC crimes" and "18,55,804 Special and Local Laws (SLL)" crimes were reported in 2016. However, Telangana has been ranked fourth for cyber crimes though the number of cases has also shown a declining trend. In crimes against children, Mumbai ranked second with 3,400 cases, amounting to 17 per cent of all such offences.
  • Inside tour: First lady decorates White House for Christmas

    Inside tour: First lady decorates White House for Christmas

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    In 2017, that Christmas spirit is now on full display at the White House . Ballerinas leaping to the strains of Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" helped launch Christmas at the White House, featuring a traditional decor that Melania Trump chose for her family's first holiday season in the White House.
  • Man Was Plotting New Year's Eve Mass Shooting, Police Say

    Man Was Plotting New Year's Eve Mass Shooting, Police Say

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    He had connections with terrorists and he would become "energized" online when learning of overseas terrorist attacks , Patton said . "The arrest means this threat has been removed, we are quite confident there is no risk or no threat to the Victorian community now we have removed him from society and he is being interviewed".
  • Trump blocked by federal judge from delaying transgender troops from enlisting

    Trump blocked by federal judge from delaying transgender troops from enlisting

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    Granting a preliminary injunction against the Trump administration's transgender military ban, a federal judge ordered the Pentagon to accept transgender recruits starting Jan.1, 2018. Transgender service members are anxious that their new commander-in-chief is attempting to reverse the policy and transgender people may not be able to serve in "any capacity".
  • Black Friday Sets Record for Gun Background Checks

    Black Friday Sets Record for Gun Background Checks

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    The previous record of 185,713 background checks was set one year earlier on Black Friday . Alarmingly, the latest figure does not necessarily represent the amount of guns sold, which could be HIGHER as buyers can purchase more than one firearm per check.
  • Saudi Arabia vows to wipe out terrorism

    Saudi Arabia vows to wipe out terrorism

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    This is the first meeting of Prince Salman with leaders from the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition, which is identified as a "Pan-Islamic United Front" against violent extremism. On this occasion, Military Commander of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition General (Retd) Raheel Sharif said the sole objective of the military coalition was to counter terrorism.
  • Love jihad? Hadiya arrives in Delhi for SC hearing amid tight security

    Love jihad? Hadiya arrives in Delhi for SC hearing amid tight security

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    In Delhi she will be put up at the Kerala House, where four rooms have been booked for the party from Kerala. "In the society we live in, from what to study to who their children must get married to, parents want to decide on everything; though, this has been changing slowly, we have a long way to go , As Reported By Hindu ".
  • Germany crisis: Merkel faces pressure for quick coalition talks

    Germany crisis: Merkel faces pressure for quick coalition talks

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    Schulz indicated on Friday that the SPD might consider coalition talks with the CDU/CSU alliance, although his party had initially ruled out this possibility. Chancellor Angela Merkel faced pressure from inside her conservative bloc Sunday to aim for a quick coalition deal with center-left rivals without conceding too much ground on core issues such as immigration.
  • 3 killed in train derailment in UP

    3 killed in train derailment in UP

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    He also announced ex-gratia of Rs five lakh each to the kin of the deceased, Rs one lakh for the grievously injured and Rs 50,000 to those who have sustained minor injuries. The injured have been admitted to the district hospital in Chitrakoot and the condition of two of them is said to be serious. The incident has disrupted the movement of trains on the Patna-Allahabad route.
  • Bali volcano erupts again

    Bali volcano erupts again

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    Agung earlier had erupted on Tuesday, sending ash to a height of about half that of Saturday. But about 25,000 people have already evacuated from the slopes of Agung to shelters. Indonesia sits on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire and has 127 active volcanoes - more than any other country. Bali, famous for its surf, beaches and temples, attracted almost 5 million visitors a year ago, but business has slumped in areas around the volcano since September when Agung's volcanic tremors began ...
  • Bullet-ridden Body of Missing Army Jawan Recovered From J&K's Shopian

    Bullet-ridden Body of Missing Army Jawan Recovered From J&K's Shopian

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    Dar was resident of a nearby village called Sanzan in Shopian district. Police said they have received the information of the recovery and they are in the process of collecting it. "Such heinous acts will not weaken our resolve to establish peace and normalcy in the valley", she wrote on Twitter. Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti, tweeted, "Strongly condemn the brutal killing of Irfan Ahmed Dar, Territorial Army soldier at Shopian".