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Life Sentence For Man Who Killed Partner's Son In Wolverhampton


On Sunday 20 November 2016, Sindyann Regis, 26, knocked on her neighbour's door in a distressed state saying that her child, Jeremiah, was sick. Paramedics were called to the scene and when they arrived they found the mother's partner, Chevaze McGregor, carrying the boy in his arms. Read More »

ICC Champions Trophy : MP police arrest 15 for raising pro Pakistan slogans

In the ODI Bowlers Rankings, Pakistan's Hasan Ali, who took 13 wickets in five games to be named Player of the Champions Trophy , broke into the top 10, leapfrogging 12 of his peers to claim the seventh spot. As per the agency, these men were shouting pro-Pakistan slogans and hence, have been booked for sedition. "While it wasn't a tight contest, the quality and unpredictability of the match made it enthralling to watch", said Bell. Read More »

Turkey to Stop Teaching Evolution Theory in High Schools: Education board


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan personally approved the removal, according to The Independent . Academics from top universities in Turkey previously criticised the prospective move, telling the education ministry that the only country from which evolutionary theory was excluded in school education was Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Republican Senator Vital to Health Bill's Passage Won't Support It

Trump, during the campaign phase of the U.S. presidential polls, and even after his election, had raised hopes of a healthcare act to replace Obamacare that would guarantee "universal healthcare" but going by the versions of the Republican healthcare bill so far, there has been a growing consensus in the United States that if implemented in the current form, the Republican legislation would devoid millions of the much needed healthcare protection and at the same time would increase healthcare ... Read More »

Migrants: Collomb va présenter d'ici quinze jours un "plan" sur l'asile

La crainte est de voir pousser un nouveau bidonville, alors que 7.000 personnes environ avaient été évacuées lors du démantèlement de la " Jungle ", lancé voici tout juste huit mois, le 24 octobre. Ce plan , qui pourrait prendre la forme d'une communication en Conseil des ministres d'ici juillet, aura aussi une dimension internationale, a-t-on souligné dans l'entourage du ministre. Read More »

Theresa May to outline guarantees for European Union expats in Britain


UK Brexit Secretary David Davis said that the Brexit talks had gotten off to a "promising start" even though it has become obvious that Britain conceded to the EU's preferred order. "We will nearly certainly need an implementation period, outside the (EU's) customs union itself, but with current customs border arrangements remaining in place, until new long-term arrangements are up and running", he said, in a speech yesterday. Read More »

China, US to hold first diplomatic dialogue today

Despite worldwide condemnation and sanctions, North Korea has built a small nuclear arsenal and is developing nuclear-capable ballistic missiles that could threaten Japan, South Korea and - one-day - even some USA cities. "We also affirmed our strong commitment to cooperate, including through the United Nations, to realize our shared goal of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", he said. Read More »

Adele visits London firefighter in wake of apartment tower disaster


The government said every displaced family will be re-housed in the locally and "the expectation" is that the 68 apartments will be used as permanent residences for some of the burned-out Grenfell Tower's residents. He said the supposed threat was "absolutely despicable". The councillor called it "spreadsheet decision-making at its most inhuman". "I'm anxious that former Grenfell Tower residents, who have very good reasons for refusing an offer of accommodation, because of potential ... Read More »

Les ministres Modem quittent le gouvernement


Le ministre de la Justice et la ministre des Affaires européennes "ont choisi de se retirer, j'espère provisoirement", ce qui "donne plus de liberté au futur gouvernement pour appliquer sa politique", permet de lui "laisser de l'oxygène", a ainsi affirmé Fabien Gouttefarde, nouveau député de l'Eure. Read More »

Citizens from European Union countries will be able to stay reiterates May


Many EU citizens affected have been concerned about their access to pensions. A more detailed British plan is to be presented to the U.K. Parliament on Monday. The coordinator for the Brexit negotiations in the legislature said that "unclarity about the cutoff date, family reunification and uncertainty about jurisdiction are not what we are looking for". Read More »

Brendan Dassey Of 'Making A Murderer' Wins Federal Appeals Court Case


But that ruling didn't mean Dassey was done with America's justice system. In August, a federal magistrate ruled that investigators in the case had coerced Dassey, who suffered from cognitive problems, into giving his confession. "We've been successful in the past in convincing the courts that while various appeals were pending it was necessary to retain him in custody, that what he was convicted of in the state court is such a serious crime that it would be risky to have him out", Schimel ... Read More »

Appeals court overturns conviction of 'Making a Murderer' inmate


Prosecutors say they'll seek to reverse an appeals court decision that the Brendan Dassey was sentenced to life in prison in 2007 in photographer Teresa Halbach's death on Halloween two years earlier. Avery is seeking a new trial. March 18, 2007: After deliberating for almost 22 hours over three days, jurors convict Avery , now 44, of first-degree intentional homicide and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Read More »

Turkey rejects Gulf Arab states' demands over its Qatar base

According to the document posted on social media , the four countries demand that Qatar closes Al-Jazeera, downgrades diplomatic ties with Iran and shuts a Turkish military base in the emirate. Qatar shares a massive offshore natural gas field with Iran which supplies the small nation that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup its wealth. Turkey has backed Qatar during the three-week-old crisis. Read More »

Toilet Charity Plans to Rename Indian Village After President Trump


A toilet charity is leading an effort to rename a tiny north Indian village after President Donald Trump , saying the gesture is meant to honour relations with the USA and draw support for better sanitation in India. Still, he's happy for the toilet-building initiative and hopes it is followed with funding for education, electricity and other improvements. For an inauguration attended by media Friday, organisers coached villagers to shout "Zindabad!" which means "Long live!" each time they ... Read More »

Hawaii becomes the first state to commit to Paris agreement


Former U.S. presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush established marine reserves, and so did former British Prime Minister David Cameron, he said. Just imagine how much better the trees will grow with the higher concentration of carbon dioxide? In turn, they can offer insights into decentralised energy networks, climate change adaptation and more. Read More »

Reel on high at Royal Ascot


She then resisted the attacks from Aljazzi on her outside, and Smart Call and Usherette on the inside and held on well to succeed by three quarters of a length. Qemah had been beaten on her last start at Lingfield, but she put that behind her back at Ascot with an impressive performance. HIGHLAND REEL CLAIMED a sixth Grade One win to get trainer Aidan O'Brien off the mark in the lucrative Prince of Wales' Stakes on the second day of Royal Ascot. Read More »

Search for woman after Seaford Head cliff fall is stood down


The UK Coastguard search-and-rescue helicopter was stood down at about 17:30 and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency later confirmed the search had ended. There is no "safe" place to be. "During the meeting we discussed a range of options such as further signage warning of the dangers at the top and foot of the cliff as well as a rope barrier to keep people away from the immediate edge of the cliff that may be likely to fall". Read More »

'Obamacare Is Dead': Trump 'Very Supportive' of Senate GOP Healthcare Bill

However the former president hoped that senators who are expected to vote on the bill-which could come before the July 4 Congressional recess-"step back and measure what's really at stake and consider that the rationale for action, on health care or any other issue, must be something more than simply undoing something that Democrats did". Read More »

Israel gearing up to build in east Jerusalem

In an interview with the New York Times in November , Trump said he "would love to be able to be the one that made peace with Israel and the Palestinians" adding that it "would be such a great achievement". Together they will "spearhead the peace effort" the U.S. administration believes is possible, a White House official said. Kushner said Trump asked him to personally convey the condolences of the American people. Read More »

Death of freed U.S. student mystery, says N.Korea

They said Warmbier remained in a state of "unresponsive wakefulness" until he died Monday. "The family chose, rightfully so, not to share [his Jewishness] while he was in captivity... Warmbier's North Korean trip was only supposed to be a five-day tour. But the state-run Korean Central News Agency said Friday said that Warmbier was treated in accordance with domestic law. Read More »

Donald Trump Says China Tried But Failed to Help on North Korea


This year's edition separates out the security aspects, and Secretary of State State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis are hosting Chinese foreign policy chief Yang Jiechi and Gen. White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the United States has been very forceful in its political and economic pressure that has been applied in North Korea. Read More »