• 5-year-old girl suffers serious injuries in Colorado bear attack

    5-year-old girl suffers serious injuries in Colorado bear attack

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    The mother told wildlife officials the bear released her daughter and ran away after the woman started screaming at it. When she went outside to investigate, she witnessed a large black bear dragging her five-year-old daughter. The 5 year-old girl is in the hospital with serious injuries. "Fortunately she had no life-threatening injuries", Breaux said. CPW officers are tracking the bear with the help of federal wildlife services.
  • Israeli strikes kill 42 in Syria this week

    Israeli strikes kill 42 in Syria this week

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran had "crossed a red line" and that Israel's bombardment against targets in Syria was "a consequence". The decision came days after US President Donald Trump abandoned the deal that curbs the country's nuclear ambitions. Analysts say Israel feels it has a green light from Washington to move more aggressively against Iran's presence in Syria, particularly after Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear deal.
  • Eurovision 2018 victor ALREADY revealed?

    Eurovision 2018 victor ALREADY revealed?

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    If that isn't wonderful, I don't know what is. The incident left SuRie without a microphone for at least ten seconds and she was forced to clap along as cameras cut to fans in the audience. This year's final won't be seen in China though. Ireland, which holds the record for the most Eurovision wins, made the final for the first time since 2013 for the track Together, which features a romantic dance between two male dancers and rainbow flags on the stage.
  • Hawaii officials encourage tourism despite volcano

    Hawaii officials encourage tourism despite volcano

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    Park visitors watch as an ash plume rises from the Halemaumau crater within the Kilauea volcano summit caldera at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on May 9, 2018 in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii. Helens-type explosion in their mind, but because of the magma type of Kilauea, that sort of explosive event is unlikely. "What we've already been seeing is that chunks of the surrounding vents are just dropping off into the lava and that's why we're getting these small explosions", ...
  • Trump warns of 'very severe consequence' if Iran restarts nuclear program

    Trump warns of 'very severe consequence' if Iran restarts nuclear program

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    President Trump on Tuesday followed through on his threat to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal - ignoring pleas from allies, nuclear nonproliferation experts, Republican lawmakers and some members of his own national security team. "It gives legs to the idea that the deal could limp along for a few years, so long as Iran maintains the moral high ground and doesn't do something catastrophic, like kick out the inspectors".
  • Pompeo promises North Korea a rosy future as USA 'partner'

    Pompeo promises North Korea a rosy future as USA 'partner'

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    The White House said they had been freed as a gesture of goodwill ahead of the planned meeting between Mr Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Severe starvation in North Korea in the 1990s took its toll on Jo's family. "There's a danger here of the peace track moving more quickly than the denuclearization track", warned Abraham Denmark, an Asia expert and former senior USA defense official.
  • Sudan sentences teen to death for killing husband during rape

    Sudan sentences teen to death for killing husband during rape

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    When Hammad refused to consummate the marriage, her husband invited two of his brothers and a male cousin to help him rape her, the rights group alleged. Outside the court, where the case is heard Nura Hussein, gathered hundreds of its supporters. "We have to fight for her", said political activist Amjad Fareed in a Facebook post on Saturday.
  • South Korea Gave Kim a USB Drive Full of Economic Aid Proposals

    South Korea Gave Kim a USB Drive Full of Economic Aid Proposals

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    As foreign investors and global corporations begin to prepare for the possibility of investing in a Kim-ruled, non-nuclear North Korea, allies of the rogue state like China are beginning to suggest that the United States invest heavily in "rewarding" dictator Kim Jong-un for not flagrantly violating worldwide law.
  • IDF strikes Hamas tunnel, Gaza targets after heavy damage at key crossing

    IDF strikes Hamas tunnel, Gaza targets after heavy damage at key crossing

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    Later, a group of Palestinians burned a fuel complex and conveyor belt on their side of the Kerem Shalom crossing, causing more than $9 million in damages and disrupting the import of diesel fuel and building materials, the military said. While the official date is May 15, the protest is scheduled for May 14, to avoid conflicting with the start of the holy month of Ramadan. Troops were searching for the driver who fled the scene, suspecting it was possibly a Palestinian, as they have used cars ...