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Belgique : une fillette de 2 ans découverte morte carbonisée sur un barbecue


C'est la mère, agée de 27 ans, qui est soupçonnée d'avoir tué son enfant sur le barbecue . Ce sont des membres de la famille qui, alertés par la fumée qui se dégageait alors du garage du domicile, ont appelé les pompiers à intervenir. Jef Vermassen, criminologue, a confié au site Belge HLN : "Une femme qui tue son enfant, c'est tellement contre nature que cela ne peut découler que de deux choses: la dépression ou la vengeance". Lire la suite »

La femme "la plus grosse du monde" (500 kg) est décédée — RIP


Des problèmes de santé consécutifs à l'obésité de la jeune femme, elle même du à l'éléphantiasis, une pathologie qui provoque un gonflement de certaines parties du corps dont souffrait Eman Ahmed. Les médecins espéraient pouvoir mener des opérations de liposuccion et d'abdominoplastie, notamment pour réduire les parties graisseuses, suivies par des opérations de chirurgie plastique. Lire la suite »

Sensex Drops 296 Points; Nifty Dips Below 9900


At 12.16., the Sensex was trading down 288.74 points or 0.90% at 31,634.46. The 50-issue NSE Nifty tumbled 91.80 points, or 0.92 percent, to close 9,872.60 after shuttling between 9,816.05 and 9,960.50. "If this package is targeted toward productive avenues such as re-kindling PSU bank credit or job creation opportunities, then the markets view would be positive", he said. Lire la suite »

Defence Secretary James Mattis arrives India to boost relations


It said the Secretary would emphasise that the United States viewed India as a "valued and influential partner, with broad mutual interests extending well beyond South Asia". USA giant Boeing has also offered to set up a plant in India for production of its F/A 18 Super Hornet aircraft if it wins a deal. The U.S. -India defense cooperation has steadily expanded in recent years, underpinned by common objectives and goals in the region, the secretary said, adding that such cooperation will ... Lire la suite »

Gunmen Kill Three Policemen At Benin Zoo, Abduct CEO


Andy Ehanire was abducted by the gunmen. Nigeria's Information Minister Lai Mohammed condemned the attack and said the safety of staff and visitors was essential for developing tourism. Mr Mohammed said the government will step up security in all the tourist sites across the country in particular in order to prevent a recurrence, while urging the abductors of Dr Ehanire to quickly release him unharmed. Lire la suite »

ED attaches Karti Chidambaram's assets worth 1.16 crores


The CBI charge sheet in the case said Mauritius-based M/s Global Communication Services Holdings Ltd., a subsidiary of Maxis, had sought approval for an investment of $800 million in Aircel under FIPB rules. "The allegations in the Press note (ED) are a insane mixture of falsehoods and conjectures", Chidambaram said in an official statement, and added that it cleverly skirts the issue of jurisdiction of the ED. Lire la suite »

Luke Del Rio named new starting QB


Del Rio entered in the second half against the Wildcats on Saturday, and went 9-of-14 for 74 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Luke Del Rio has officially usurped Feleipe Franks role at the top of the depth chart. After eventually (finally) deciding to attend the University of Florida, he doesn't appear to be factoring in to the race for the starting role in the slightest. Lire la suite »

Les Françaises prennent moins la pilule — Contraception


Les 15-19 ans sont les premières consommatrices de pilules (60,4%) suivies des 20-24 ans (59,5%). C'est ensuite que son utilisation diminue: 47.8% chez les 25-29 ans et 35.4% des 30-34 ans. Parmi les autres moyens de contraception , l'utilisation du stérilet est en hausse (+6.9 points depuis 2010), tout comme le préservatif (+4.7) et l'implant (+1.9). Lire la suite »

Burnley 0-0 Huddersfield: Clarets held by dogged Terriers


Away from home we are getting good results, which does take the pressure off at home". "A point is a point and we are still moving up that table nicely". The first top-flight meeting between the two clubs since 1971 brought a return to Premier League action for Jeff Hendrick for the first time since the second game of the season. Lire la suite »

Peepli Live's Mahmood Farooqui acquitted of rape charges


The assault was said to have occurred on 28 March 2015 at Farooqui's Sukhdev Vihar residence when the woman had gone to meet him seeking help for her research on Baba Gorakhnath. A trial court had on August 4 last year sent him to jail for seven years, observing that he had taken advantage of the situation when the victim was alone in his house. Lire la suite »

Des bombardiers américains survolent la côte de la Corée du Nord

Dans le cadre d'une démonstration de force, des bombardiers B-1B Lancer de l'armée de l'air américaine escortés par des avions de chasse F-15C ont volé samedi dans l'espace aérien international près de la côte est de la Corée du Nord , ont annoncé les autorités militaires américaines. Lire la suite »

Once world's heaviest woman, Eman Ahmed passes away in Abu Dhabi


Doctors in Mumbai said she would go through physiotherapy in Abu Dhabi's VPS Burjeel. Ahmed weighed about 5kg when she was born and started to put on weight by the age of 11. The hospital said she had planned to speak at schools when her treatment was complete. Ahmed also had to lose more than 100 pounds before the surgery through a protein-heavy diet and medicines to curb water retention. Lire la suite »

Mass grave of 28 Hindus found in Myanmar; Army blames Rohingya 'militants'


The ARSA is the group whose raids on police posts in August triggered a military backlash that resulted in hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing for Bangladesh. The bodies were discovered in the village of Ye Baw Kya, located close to the cluster of Kha Maung Seik, which houses both Hindus and Muslims. The army said that security officers found 20 dead women and eight men in the graves, including six boys under the age of ten. Lire la suite »

UNHCR gear up aid delivery to Rohingyas


To coordinate relief distribution in a more disciplined manner, the Bangladeshi army has taken over the task in the refugee camps in Cox's Bazar since Sunday. Myanmar dismisses accusations of ethnic cleansing, saying it has to tackle the insurgents, whom it accuses of setting fires and attacking civilians as well as the security forces. Lire la suite »

North Korea Pushing on to World War 3

U.S. Pacific Command would not be more specific about many years it had been since U.S. bombers and fighters had flown that far north of the DMZ, but Benham noted that this century "encompasses the period North Korea has been testing ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons ". Lire la suite »

First Alert Forecast: unsafe rip currents and rough surf from Maria


While not a done deal, it appears that Maria will stay in the open Atlantic and get pushed farther out to sea mid- to late next week courtesy of the same cool front that Acadiana will get to enjoy in a week's time. Hurricane Maria will most likely be at least something of a problem for the Outer Banks of North Carolina, even if it passes hundreds of miles offshore. Lire la suite »

TRI Pointe Group (TPH) Receiving Favorable Media Coverage, Analysis Shows

The firm owned 12,847,922 shares of the construction company's stock after selling 219,360 shares during the period. Nisa Investment Advisors LLC boosted its position in TRI Pointe Group by 1.6% in the second quarter. If you are viewing this article on another domain, it was stolen and republished in violation of USA and worldwide trademark & copyright law. 07/11/2017 - Tri Pointe Homes, Inc. Lire la suite »

Plane Crash Near Thief River Falls Kills Three People


No details were being released yet, but he said the Pennington County Sheriff's Office was putting together a news release that soon would offer more information. It happened near Thief River Falls, which is about 70 miles from the Canadian border. The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate. Lire la suite »

Wozniacki conserve son titre à l'Open du Japon — Tennis


Mais elle a rencontré plus de résistance dans la seconde manche. Wozniacki, qui a aussi gagné l'édition 2010 du tournoi, a converti six des sept balles de bris que l'Espagnole lui a offertes. Caroline Wozniacki attendait cela depuis Hong Kong en octobre 2016. Elle reste toutefois derrière la Suisse Martina Hingis qui y détient le record de cinq couronnes. Lire la suite »

IPOB is not a Terrorist Organization - US Government


The position of the US Government is coming on the heels of the declaration of IPOB as a terrorist organization by the Federal High Court in Abuja last week. Justice Abdu Kafarati granted the request in chamber. The report quoted Brooks as saying further that the USA was committed to Nigeria's unity and would support a peaceful resolution of its crisis. Lire la suite »

21 restaurants shut-down in Hauz Khas Village area of New Delhi


These clearances are necessary for ensuring that the establishment does not cause water and air pollution. Delhi High Court in its observation said Hauz Khas Village in south Delhi is "a ticking time bomb". It further said, "Our repeated queries regarding quantum of solid waste (garbage) and sewage generated by these restaurants (pubs, bars and cafes in Hauz Khas village) evoked no response from either the authorities or the restaurant owners". Lire la suite »

Hurricane Maria Moves North Away from the Battered Caribbean


Deadly Hurricane Maria , now a Category 3 and expected to pass near the Turks and Caicos Islands and the southeastern Bahamas on Thursday night and Friday is seen with Tropical Storm Jose (top) in the Atlantic Ocean in this NOAA's GOES East satellite image taken on September 21, 2017. Lire la suite »

Annual walk raises money to find cure for Alzheimer's


Among them is Carla Marsh of Niagara Falls, a social worker at The McGuire Group's Northgate Healthcare Facility in North Tonawanda. "Every year I am amazed at how many people come out to support the event, especially the families who are caring for their own loved ones or have lost someone to Alzheimer's". Lire la suite »