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Day After Mumbai Another Woman Molested In Kozhikode In Broad Daylight


But when the gutsy woman fought back a scuffle ensued. The girl was beaten up when she tried to raise an alarm. Few steps later, he tries to molest and harass her, but when she resisted he fled the spot. It was posted online by one of the residents and it soon turned viral. Jamsher was arrested following a search based on the visuals of the incident that occurred on the afternoon of October 18, the police said. Lire la suite »

Al Ahly ease into continental decider


The record eight-time champions qualified 7-4 on aggregate to face Wydad Casablanca of Morocco in the two-leg final with the first match in Egypt next weekend. Azaro, who came under enormous criticism for failing to convert some clear-cut chances in previous games, scored the third five minutes from half-time before completing his personal treble three minutes into the second half. Lire la suite »

British woman reported dead in boat accident in France


Her body was found six metres underwater, firefighters near Avignon told the AFP news agency. The official says the four others injured were also on the boat and two of them are in serious condition. Ms Wilkes, from Lamberhurst, Kent, is said to have spent the evening with friends at a restaurant on Barthelasse, an island on the river, and the boat was travelling back to Avignon. Lire la suite »

Police find body of toddler in water tank


Family began to search for him but were unable to locate him. The body is believed to be that of 3-year old Amari Harley. Dingee said "all options are on the table" for investigating the case. Amari Harley was last seen around 3:30 Bruce Park on Arlington Road near Underhill Drive, police said. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Amari is asked to call Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 1-904-630-0500 or 911. Lire la suite »

Mets tab Indians pitching coach Callaway as new manager


The 42-year-old has been a coach in the Indians organization since the 2013 season. Callaway would replace Terry Collins, who resigned after the Mets slumped to a 70-92 record this season, due to a rash of injuries to their pitching staff and outfielder Yoenis Cespedes. Lire la suite »

Minister checks Chhath Puja preparations


Chhath has always been a political issue in Delhi given the large population of Poorvanchalis in the national capital. In an apparent move to compete with Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Manoj Tiwari , the Delhi chief of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), along with party leaders participated in a cleanliness drive at a ghat in Sonia Vihar on Sunday afternoon. Lire la suite »

Government to shut schools with few students


However, the school which is situated at a distance of more than one km would not be merged even if the strength of the students is less than 20. It was disclosed by a spokesperson of the education department on Saturday. According to the spokesperson, many schools being merged are situated right next to the other and in many places, both the schools share a common wall. Lire la suite »

Mewis Scores Twice Early, USWNT Routs South Korea in Friendly


She also scored three goals during the season, including the first in club history against the Washington Spirit on April 15. The U.S. women's soccer team concluded its two-game series against South Korea with a 6-0 blowout win Sunday afternoon at Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. Lire la suite »

Frederica Wilson 2015 video shows John Kelly got it wrong


White House Chief of Staff John Kelly criticized Rep. Frederica S. Wilson (D-Fla.) for focusing on her fundraising during a 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation building dedication. The attack happened in a remote corner of Niger where Americans and local counterparts had been meeting with community leaders. Overall, Kelly's motivations were unclear, though Wilson and the media quickly voiced their takes. Lire la suite »

Astronaut shares view of India on Diwali from space

Twitter users reacted saying "Thank you for sharing a real picture", while some debated if the orange line represented the India-Pakistan border. Over the years, numerous photographs of India during the festival of Diwali "as seen from space" have been passed and spread around, only to be declared fake a couple of days later. Lire la suite »

Guillaume Soro de retour en Côte d'Ivoire


Et, Guillaume Soro, resté très silencieux à ce sujet ces deux derniers mois a, tout comme le gouvernement ivoirien, réfuté toute tension entre lui et le président Alassane Ouattara. Et c'est l'air détendu et tout sourire que le président de l'Assemblée nationale ivoirienne s'est adressé à la presse. "Il se trouvera toujours des magistrats pour dire le droit". Lire la suite »

Important incendie à Moustiers-Sainte-Marie


Plus de 160 sapeurs-pompiers sont engagés sur les lieux. De même source, aucune habitation n'a été menacée, ni aucun blessé signalé. Depuis 14h40, la commune de Moustiers-Sainte-Marie (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) fait face à un important incendie, en raison notamment de vents très violents depuis ce matin. Lire la suite »

Buhari returns to Nigeria after 4-day Turkey visit


Buhari left the Istanbul global airport at 11.56 local time, that's 9.56 Nigerian time en route Abuja. Buhari, who participated in the 9th D-8 Summit in Istanbul on October 20, also held bilateral meetings with some member-countries. Recounting the achievement of the tour, Shehu said, "The meetings have also helped to enhance momentum in ties between Nigeria and the rest of the "D-8" member-countries and the establishment of a positive working relationship, especially between Buhari and ... Lire la suite »

Same-Sex Marriage Debate Harming LGBTI Youth, Experts Warn


Rallies organized by the Coalition for Marriage, the lead campaigner against same-sex marriage, also were held across the country. Leagalising same-sex marriage in the United States has lead to a seven per cent relative reduction in suicide attempts in sexual minority high school students. Lire la suite »

Evacuation order lifted after Fernie ammonia leak


The evacuation order triggered by the ammonia leak affected about 55 homes in the area. "Although residents may notice an intermittent ammonia odor near the arena, we want to assure them there are no risks or health hazards", he said. "The City of Fernie would like to thank the residents who were evacuated from their homes for their patience and co-operation". Fernie RCMP and officials with WorkSafeBC continue to investigate the fatal incident. Lire la suite »

Australian teacher shot dead in Kenya may have been targeted, lawyer says


The lawyer claimed Ms Maina had been trying to secure custody of their two sons and that her husband had also harassed her via text since their relationship started to break down. "She was returning home after dropping her son at a friend's house". "It is with great sadness and shock that we are writing to let you know that Gabrielle Maina has been tragically killed whilst out walking this morning", the school said in a statement to the newspaper. Lire la suite »

EPA Cancels Climate Change Speech By Agency Scientists

He provided no further explanation. Climate Change Is Complex. Many said they were surprised by the EPA's last-minute cancellation, particularly since the agency helps to fund the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program , which is hosting the conference. Lire la suite »

Labour demands changes to Brexit repeal bill


Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer set a series of red lines including the Commons being given final approval of the withdrawal agreement. In the article, Sir Keir demands MPs receive "final say on whether to approve the withdrawal agreement and how best to implement it", and calls for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to receive post-Brexit repatriated powers straight away rather than via Westminster. Lire la suite »

Victory in the legislatures for the Argentine president, Kirchner elected

President Macri had put his weight in battle to increase grip of his coalition in parliament. In a widely-watched race, Esteban Bullrich, Macri's former education minister and ally, beat the president's left-leaning predecessor, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, with 42.7 percent versus 36 percent in the capital, preliminary results showed. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation slams U.S. for 'Dresden-like' bombings on Raqqa


The Syrian city was a stronghold of Islamic State for the last three years, but was retaken by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) last week, backed up by U.S. Konashenkov went on to question why the US was suddenly in a rush to provide financial aid for the devastated city. "There's only one explanation - the desire to cover up evidence of the barbaric bombardments by the US air force and the coalition as fast as possible and to bury the thousands of civilians "liberated" from Islamic State ... Lire la suite »

Switzerland: Teen attacks several people with ax


He was shot and arrested re by police. Police said the severity of the injuries suffered by the victims was not immediately clear. The incident in the town of Flums started shortly after 8 p.m. The suspect continued on foot before attacking more people at a gas station shop, where he was arrested, police said. There was no other information on a possible motive. Lire la suite »

Woman arrested following 'traumatic' baby fall death


Danuta Tomaszewicz, 59, from Poland, said she had been on her phone looking out of the window from the first floor flat when she noticed a child on the ground below. "It's awful, it's hard to take", he said. Police are not looking for anyone else but have appealed for witnesses to come forward. West Yorkshire Police said it was an "extremely traumatic incident". Lire la suite »

McCain takes swipe at Trump's 'bone spur' Vietnam deferment


McCain, a former Navy captain, was talking to C-SPAN about the war when he seemed to call out the president in particular, without mentioning him by name. "Over a period of time, it healed up", he said. McCain has become increasingly vocal in his criticism of Trump. Last week, in a speech at the National Constitution Center, the Arizona senator warned that the United States is turning toward "half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve ... Lire la suite »