• Russell Crowe 'divorce' auction rakes in over $2.8 million dollars
Russell Crowe 'divorce' auction rakes in over $2.8 million dollars

A replica Roman chariot, thought to be worth up to AU$10,000, was sold for AU$65,000. "People just went mad". "He had rooms full of items and many items in storage", Singer added. More surprisingly, a costume that Crowe wore in the same 2003 film was not far behind, raking in 115,000 Australian dollars (£62,635). A bunch of cricket memorabili...

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  • Israeli Authorities: Palestinian who tried to stab shot
Israeli Authorities: Palestinian who tried to stab shot

The Palestinian Maan News Agency published Sunday a video for a Palestinian woman reportedly shot by an Israeli sniper in Eastern Gaza. It is unclear if there were any casualties among the Palestinians. In a statement, Maja Kocijancic, the European Union spokeswoman for foreign affairs and security policy, referred to the killing of nine Palest...

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  • Fire in Trump Tower in NY kills 1
Fire in Trump Tower in NY kills 1

Before news of the death, President Donald Trump congratulated firefighters and tweeted that the fire was out and "very confined" in the "well built building". Daily Mail reported , however, that the fire was declared under control at around 7:45 p.m. On Saturday, Nigro confirmed to reporters to that no sprinklers were in place in the upper...

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  • Officials of 2 Koreas discuss setting up hotline
Officials of 2 Koreas discuss setting up hotline

Although the North Korean regime has not publicly declared its invitation by Kim to meet Trump, which was conveyed last month by a South Korean envoy, several officials have said that North Korea has since acknowledged Trump's acceptance, and Pyongyang has reaffirmed that its leader was willing to discuss the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsul...

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  • New charges added in bus crash that injured Masters patrons
New charges added in bus crash that injured Masters patrons

A tour bus headed to the Masters golf tournament overturned on a Georgia interstate on Thursday, causing injuries including broken bones for 15 people. He said jail records did not list an attorney for Hoppenbrouwer. Doctors Hospital in Augusta also said an additional seven people were being treated at their facility.

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  • Highlights on day three of the Commonwealth Games
Highlights on day three of the Commonwealth Games

Sam Welsford, Leigh Howard, Alex Porter and Kelland O'Brien made up the Aussie team. Earlier, the Kiwis recorded the second fastest time of 4m 22.331s in qualifying, 0.153s ahead of Canada . "I definitely felt it on the third 50 meters of that 200", Ruck said. "Obviously it was painful but I wanted to make sure I was comfortably winning.it was...

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  • DHSK celebrates World Health Day 2018
DHSK celebrates World Health Day 2018

He said: "It is possible for Nigeria to achieve Universal Health Coverage by 2030, because relevant mechanisms have been put in place and detailed preparations have been made to ensure the target is met". The above data is enshrined in a press release issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) here Friday in connection with World Health Day. D...

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  • Airstrikes return to Syria's Ghouta killing 40 civilians as talks sputter
Airstrikes return to Syria's Ghouta killing 40 civilians as talks sputter

Rebels in Eastern Ghouta have managed to keep Syrian military forces at bay during years of war, but a four-year government siege of the district has led to a humanitarian crisis with severe shortages of food and medicine. The rebel group denied targeting the residential area. Under Russian-brokered deals, two rebel-held pockets of Eastern Ghou...

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  • Commonwealth Games: Australian gold rush continues in mixed-team triathlon
Commonwealth Games: Australian gold rush continues in mixed-team triathlon

He clinched a bronze in the men's 69kg category. Sathish Kumar registered a total of 317 kg which included 144 kg in snatch and 173 kg in clean and jerk. The badminton team thumped Mauritius 3-0 to set-up a semi-final against Singapore while the men's and women's table tennis teams got past Malaysian sides with an identical 3-0 scorelines t...

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  • Trump vows to send 2000 to 4000 troops to Mexican border
Trump vows to send 2000 to 4000 troops to Mexican border

FILE - In this June 8, 2006, file photo , members of the National Guard work on construction of a border wall at the U.S. -Mexico border next to San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico . The Border Patrol said it caught around 50,000 people in March, more than three times the number in March 2017. In a memo asking for more hiring authorities obta...

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  • Dwayne Johnson Reveals Why He Hasn't Married Girlfriend Lauren Hashian Yet
Dwayne Johnson Reveals Why He Hasn't Married Girlfriend Lauren Hashian Yet

I was devastated and depressed, I reached a point where I didn't want to do a thing or go anywhere. Despite being ready to make Lauren his bride, Johnson doesn't know how soon they'll be able to say their "I Do's". Years after that encounter, Johnson said that more problems came to his life. He reveals he went through his own dark period when inj...

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  • Trump's Escalating Trade War Has Already Cost $1 Trillion. Here's How
Trump's Escalating Trade War Has Already Cost $1 Trillion. Here's How

Nevertheless, experts say that to call the current state of play anything other than a trade war is disingenuous. US stock index futures fell in reaction to Trump's latest statement. Washington will hold public comment period expected to last around two months, and Chinese officials have said its implementation will depend on US action.

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  • Brazil's Lula 'will not surrender to police in Curitiba'
Brazil's Lula 'will not surrender to police in Curitiba'

Hours after the deadline, however, da Silva remained inside the union building in the Sao Paulo suburb of Sao Bernardo do Campo , about 260 miles (417 kilometers) northeast of Curitiba. da Silva's wife, Marisa, who died suddenly past year; local media reported that he might turn himself into police after a religious service in her memory at the ...

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  • Migrant caravan winds down; Mexico calls in U.S. ambassador
Migrant caravan winds down; Mexico calls in U.S. ambassador

President Donald Trump . The president repeatedly pointed out Mexico and Canada's "tough" immigration law and also suggested USA reconsider birth citizenship status. The front-runner in the race, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, said Trump's scheme was political "propaganda" based on misinformation that aimed to stir up "xenophobia" and "racism".

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  • Police Shoot and Kill a Man in Brooklyn
Police Shoot and Kill a Man in Brooklyn

New York City police officers shot and killed a bipolar man Black man who was waving a metal pipe in Brooklyn , NY after mistaking it for a gun on Thursday. He echoed a common refrain: The officers should have known him well enough to not simply shoot him to death. You would never catch him down, " Jezebel reports ".

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  • Fear, solidarity drive migrants to stick with Mexico 'caravan'
Fear, solidarity drive migrants to stick with Mexico 'caravan'

Others say they plan to ask for humanitarian visas to stay in Mexico. He added, "The announcement of the deployment of the National Guard along the border strip by the government of the United States is an action that has no reason to exist among partners and friends".

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  • Spain court charges ex-Catalan police chief with sedition
Spain court charges ex-Catalan police chief with sedition

But in a blow to the Spanish probe, a northern German state court ruled Thursday that the lack of violence in the Catalan independence bid meant that Puigdemont can't be punished for rebellion under German law. He was arrested last month in Germany as he crossed into the country by auto. In an indictment Thursday, Spanish National Court Judge C...

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  • Charles delivers Queen's message at Commonwealth Games opening
Charles delivers Queen's message at Commonwealth Games opening

Prince Charles' upcoming visit to Australia has also been met with scepticism. "He said 'thank goodness the gardens are still here and it hasn't been built on". The shock poll comes as Prince Charles flies out to Australia for a tour of the region, which will include a visit with Camilla to the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

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  • Porton's novishock: Experts can't trace source of nerve agent
Porton's novishock: Experts can't trace source of nerve agent

Mrs May's conclusion that it was "highly likely" to have come from Russian Federation was based on "a number of other sources", he said. Aitkenhead then hinted towards the involvement of a state actor in the manufacturing of the nerve agent, while pointing out at the sophisticated methods deployed in the manufacturing of the poisonous agent.

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  • Prince Philip is recovering in hospital following successful hip replacement surgery
Prince Philip is recovering in hospital following successful hip replacement surgery

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh , is in "good spirits" after undergoing a hip replacement on Wednesday, Buckingham Palace has said. "If Prince Philip is in a condition to attend the Windsor Horse show on May 9, he will most likely be fit to attend the wedding ten days later", adds the journalist, saying these are "key fixtures" in the Duke's...

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  • Four Killed In Attack On Christians In Pakistan's Quetta
Four Killed In Attack On Christians In Pakistan's Quetta

A senior Balochistan police office, on condition of anonymity, told Morning Star News that the IS claim was not confirmed and that the attack seemed to be the handiwork of Sunni terrorist group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ). ISIS Khorasan Province-the branch of the group active in Afghanistan and Pakistan-said a "security detachment" of militants "mana...

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  • Winter weather headed for region
Winter weather headed for region

Records show that we've also seen a trace of snow throughout the month of May too. The average temperature of 36.8 degrees was 2.1 degrees below normal. By Wednesday , the storm system and cold front will approach the East Coast and stretch from Florida to Maine. The timing of this storm will be Wednesday night into Thursday night.

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  • French rail workers begin nationwide strike
French rail workers begin nationwide strike

State-run rail company SNCF said 48 per cent of workers needed for the network's smooth running were absent, protesting at plans to rewrite staff benefits including job guarantees and generous pensions. the strike action will no doubt be widely adhered to and his going to make the lives of a lot of people very hard", he said in a radio intervie...

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  • Netanyahu criticized, praised for migrant deal decision
Netanyahu criticized, praised for migrant deal decision

African migrants and Israeli activists demonstrate in support of the new agreement with the United Nations refugee agency to relocate thousands of African migrants, outside the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem April 3, 2018. Tens of thousands of Israelis and asylum seekers have protested Netanyahu's forced deportation plan, and on Monday ha...

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  • French manufacturing growth slowest in a year in March,…
French manufacturing growth slowest in a year in March,…

But it held above the 50-point threshold mark that separates growth from contraction for the eighth straight month. While there is an increase in new export orders during the said month, Dodhia said, "On a negative note, further advances in trade disputes could potentially weigh on sales to global clients".

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  • India imposes curfew after clashes leave 20 dead in Kashmir
India imposes curfew after clashes leave 20 dead in Kashmir

Despite the suspension of classes, anti-India protests erupted at the University of Kashmir, where many students gathered in the main campus in Srinagar and shouted slogans such as "Go India , go back" and demanded an end of Indian rule over the region.

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  • Wind Advisory issued ahead of severe storms
Wind Advisory issued ahead of severe storms

In addition, southwest winds will strengthen this afternoon in advance of the approaching storm system, with sustained winds in the 20 to 30 miles per hour range, with higher gusts, anticipated. A warm front pushed our first round of storms in Tuesday morning . It'll be sunny on Wednesday , but much cooler with high temperatures into the mid to...

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  • Sisi re-elected in 'landslide victory' with 'no opposition'
Sisi re-elected in 'landslide victory' with 'no opposition'

The turnout stood at 24,254,152 voters, representing 41 percent of 50,078,138 registered voters. The Egypt's National Elections Authority (NEA) said that Ghad Party chief Moussa Mostafa Moussa , Sisi's sole opponent in the elections, won 656,534 votes or 2.92 percent of total votes.

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  • Israel, UN Reach Deal on Deportation of African Migrants to Europe
Israel, UN Reach Deal on Deportation of African Migrants to Europe

Israeli authorities estimate that about 27,000 people from Eritrea, some 7,500 Sudanese nationals and about 2,500 people from other African states are now residing in Israel, with many of them having no relevant permission. The decision in January to offer the migrants a cash lump-sum and a plane ticket to leave Israel voluntarily or otherwise face...

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  • Last Syrian Rebel Group Starts Leaving Ghouta
Last Syrian Rebel Group Starts Leaving Ghouta

The deal, brokered by regime ally Russian Federation, would see fighters with the Jaish al-Islam rebel faction leave Ghouta's town of Douma for opposition-held territory in N Syria . The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the civil war through a network of activists on the ground, also reported the evacuation.

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