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Taliban rockets hit near Kabul presidency; no injuries
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2018-08-21    74 views
The Taliban fired a pair of rockets toward the presidential palace in Kabul on Aug. 21 as the Afghan president was delivering his holiday message for the Muslim celebrations of Eid al-Adha, police said. No injuries were reported in the attack.

The first rocket landed somewhere near the presidency, the second near a NATO compound and the U.S. Embassy in Kabul but no one was hurt, said police official Jan Agha.

The boom of the rockets was heard in the live broadcast of President Ashraf Ghani's speech. As he also heard the thud, Ghani interrupted his message to say: "If they are thinking the rocket attack will keep Afghans down, they are wrong."

Credit: AP & Reuters
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Man Charged In Deaths Of Pregnant Wife, Daughters
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2018-08-21    2K views
Chris Watts has been charged with murdering his pregnant wife Shanann Watts in Colorado. Officials also said he murdered their two young daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3,

Watts, 33, has been charged with five counts of Murder in the First Degree. Two of the counts are due to the girls being under 12 years of age. Watts was also charged with one count of unlawful termination of pregnancy in the first degree.

Three other counts are tampering with a deceased human body. The bodies of the females were found on the property of a petroleum company.

Watts was arrested on August 15 and reportedly confessed to the murders.

Credit: AP, CNN & Reuters
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With inflation soaring, Venezuela prices shed five zeros
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2018-08-21    28 views
Venezuela on August 20 slashed five zeros from prices as part of a broad economic plan that President Nicolas Maduro says will tame hyperinflation but critics call another raft of failed socialist policies that will push the chaotic country deeper into crisis.

Streets were quiet and shops were closed due to a national holiday that Maduro decreed for the first day of the new pricing plan for the stricken economy, which the International Monetary Fund has estimated will have 1 million percent inflation by year end.


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Update-An arrest affidavit reveals investigators believe watts was having an affair at the time his wife was killed.
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2018-08-21    2K views
Affidavit: Colorado man admits killing pregnant wife but says she strangled their daughters when he sought separation.

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Dolphins and Seal Spotted Playing in Melbourne's Yarra River
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2018-08-21    91 views
A seal and two dolphins were spotted in Melbourne’s Yarra River on August 13, frolicking in the brown water near the Webb pedestrian bridge.

In this video, uploaded by What’s On Melbourne, the three are seen surfacing near each other.

Commenters on the post joked that the animals might grow an extra flipper or a third eye from swimming in the city’s murky river. Others suggested the animals might have escaped from the Sea Life Aquarium nearby.

Credit: Melbourne City Marina via Storyful
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Brave Byron Bay Diver Rescues Shark Caught on Netting From 'Terrible Death'
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2018-08-21    2K views
A brave diving instructor in Byron Bay put his safety on the line when he rescued a grey nurse shark from a fishing net, near Julian Rocks on Thursday, August 16.

In this video, diver Inaki Aizpun can be seen swimming after the shark several times, trying to remove the large piece of netting caught in its mouth. He is seen celebrating underwater after successfully relieving the shark of the potentially deadly hazard.

He told Storyful he felt it was his duty to help the creature, which he believed would have suffered a slow and painful death, and also said he hoped the video would create awareness of the dangers of fishing nets.

Credit: Inaki Aizpun via Storyful
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Shots fired at U.S. embassy in Turkish capital
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2018-08-20    55 views
Several gunshots were fired from a vehicle at the U.S. embassy in the Turkish capital, Ankara, on August 20, hitting a window in a security cabin but causing no casualties, police and broadcaster CNN Turk reported.
The attack coincided with a deepening row between Ankara and Washington over the trial of a U.S. pastor in Turkey.

Credit: Reuters
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Emus Run Amok in the Outback Amid Worsening Drought
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2018-08-20    1K views
A woman returned to her family home in Broken Hill, rural New South Wales, to find the once thriving rural property hit by worsening drought. Video she took on July 17 shows mobs of emus running amok in search of water.

Speaking with ABC Radio, Esther McKenzie said the cattle property was unrecognisable.

“The dam was down to less than a metre of water, and that dam is probably the size of a football oval,” McKenzie said. “There was a whole bunch of emus running around the house trying to find water. When the wind comes it picks up the top layer of dust and it always looks a little bit apocalyptic that way.”


Credit: Esther McKenzie via Storyful
Fraser Anning's first speech
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2018-08-20    6 views
Katter's Australian Party Senator Fraser Anning joined the federal upper house in November 2017.

In a wide-ranging maiden speech in the senate on Aug. 14 2018, the Queensland senator called for fairer rural lending practices, improving water security in regional areas, more affordable home ownership, and a national plebiscite on immigration. He also criticised the role of cultural Marxism in the "subversion of Australian culture and values," which uses tools such as "political correctness" to stamp out free speech.

Above is a video of Senator Anning's maiden speech.
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Indonesia's Lombok residents return to open fields after strong quake hit
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2018-08-20    51 views
MATARAM, Indonesia-A series of quakes including a powerful 6.9 magnitude tremor struck the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said, killing one person and causing others to rush out of buildings in panic.

The quakes, which could be felt on the neighboring island of Bali, came two weeks to the day after another 6.9 earthquake killed 460 people on Lombok.

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Government assistance for Australia's drought-affected farmers increases to $1.8 billion
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2018-08-20    3 views
Australia on August 19 announced AUD$250 million in funding for drought-afflicted farmers, as much of the country's east coast suffers the driest conditions in living memory.

Speaking from the town of Forbes, about 400km west of Sydney, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the additional money brought the federal government's total assistance package to AUD$1.8 billion.

The government said the funding would be directed towards local infrastructure in drought-affected areas, provide low-interest loans of up to AUD$2 million to farmers and provide tax breaks for some equipment.

Money was also to be directed to the Bureau of Meteorology, to develop finer-scale weather guides so farmers could better plan for their future.

The dry spell has helped fan rare winter bushfires in parts of the country, and the Bureau of Meteorology has forecast an above average dry and warm Australian spring.

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18-year-old who pushed friend off 60-foot bridge speaks out, is charged
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2018-08-18    1K views
An 18-year-old who pushed her 16-year-old friend of a bridge has been charged with reckless endangerment.

Smith pushed Jordan Holgerson, off a 60-foot bridge In Moulton Falls Regional Park, Washington.

Holgerson suffered from broken ribs, punctured lungs and air bubbles in her chest.

When Smith went to see her in the hospital, she was asked to leave.

Taylor Smith could receive up to a year in jail or a maximum penalty of $5,000 for her actions.

Smith has apologized to Holgerson many times over Snapchat and SMS.

She hopes that they can still have a friendship in the future.

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Video shows Florida deputy saving child from hot car
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2018-08-18    7K views
Newly released police cam footage shows a Florida deputy saving a little girl who was left in a hot car at 11:20 a.m. on June 17.

Someone called the police to the Vista Haven Apartments after a little girl was found inside a possibly stolen vehicle with its windows rolled up, WESH 2 News reported.

Credit: Seminole County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Aussie Journalists Stand Firm in Face of Pressure From Chinese Regime
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2018-08-18    6 views
Australian journalists reporting on the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) infiltration of Australian politics face the threat of being sued for defamation.

On July 25, a panel of China-specialist journalists spoke about how they’ve handled this threat at a forum called “The Great Thrall of China,” hosted by the Melbourne Press Club.

The panel included Chris Uhlmann from Nine News and Fairfax investigative journalist Nick McKenzie.

Credit: Melbourne Press Club, Getty Images, ABC, Andrew Hastie
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Nine nurses pregnant at one hospital
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2018-08-17    170 views
A hospital in Oregon is having a baby boom. But it’s not the patients, it’s the nurses.
9 nurses who work in the same hospital, in the same unit, and on the same day shift are pregnant, all at the same time. And they said it was all pure coincidence.
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Large parts of Canada are engulfed by haze as more than 560 wildfires burn in British Columbia
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2018-08-17    0 views
Haze engulfed parts of Canada Tuesday (August 14) and Wednesday as British Columbia endured raging wildfires forcing more than 3,000 to evacuate their homes.
A state of emergency was declared by the provincial government for two weeks as 566 wildfires burned, threatening 1,521 homes, authorities said. A further 18,700 are under evacuation alerts as more than 3,300 firefighters battle various blazes in the region.
Video obtained by Reuters shows orange haze engulfing towns and cities in Alberta and British Columbia. "It's a lot like the movie Mad Max, honestly," said Mike Carr, who took a video of haze over Prince George, British Columbia. "People outside are wearing dust masks."

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'Apocalyptic' Bushfire Scorches Budawang Mountain Range
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2018-08-17    164 views
Firefighters battled an out-of-control bushfire in Budawang National Park, near the New South Wales south coast, on August 15, warning residents nearby it might be “too late to leave,” ABC reported.

An evacuation centre had opened for residents in Burrill Lake, Kings Point and south of Ulladulla as a total fire ban was in place for the Sydney, Illawarra and Hunter regions until midnight as strong winds continued to fan the fire.
Darryl Snow, who took this video, said the views from Dolphin Point were an “apocalyptic start to the day.”


Credit: Coast Property via Storyful
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Missing 74-Year-Old Man Found Alive in Rural Alaska
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2018-08-17    50 views
A 74-year-old man, missing for nearly two days in a remote area of Alaska’s Chilkat Valley, was found alive and in stable condition on August 12, several miles west of his home in Klukwan, the US Coast Guard and local police said.

The Haines Borough Police Department said early on August 12 a search was underway for Valentino Burattin, before reporting about 13 hours later that he had been found.

The coast guard said they found Burattin in a heavily wooded area near Walker Lake, and shared this footage showing him being located and hoisted into a helicopter before being taken for medical treatment in Haines, about 28 miles south-west of the lake. Burattin was in “good condition with no injuries,” the coast guard said.

According to local media, local police, two US Coast Guard helicopters, Alaska State Troopers, canine search teams, and members of the community took part in the search.

Credit: US Coast Guard via Storyful
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Xiamen Air passenger jet overshoots runway in Manila, no casualties
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2018-08-17    326 views
A flight out of Xiamen, China, made a hard landing at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport on the evening of August 16.

The Boeing 737-800, landing after a flight from Xiamen "went off the runway during a heavy downpour," said Connie Bungag, the officer in charge of Manila International Airport Authority's (MIAA) public affairs office.

None of the 157 passengers and 8 crew members on the flight, XiamenAir 8667, were injured despite the landing, the airline confirmed in a post on its Weibo page.

Xiamen Air is a subsidiary of China Southern Airlines.

Part of the clip, originally posted to Weibo by a passenger who said that she was in the plane and shaken by the experience, shows a brief glimpse of the bumpy landing.


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LATAM passenger plane lands prematurely due to bomb threat
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2018-08-17    66 views
A LATAM Airlines passenger plane that departed Lima for Santiago, Chile, on August 16 was forced to land at an airport in southern Peru due to a bomb threat received by Chilean authorities, Peru's Transportation Ministry said.

No one was injured on LATAM flight 2369 and a team for deactivating explosives has been notified, the ministry said. "Right now the situation is under control," it added in a statement on Twitter.

The Chilean Civil Aviation Authority said a total four planes made emergency landings in Chile and Peru.

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Central Italy magnitude 5.3 quake causes minor damage
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2018-08-17    898 views
A magnitude 5.3 quake struck the central Italian region of Molise on August 16 at a depth of 12 km, the U.S. Geological Survey said, forcing people to flee their homes but causing only minor damage.

The mayor of Montecilfone, the city near the epicenter of the quake, said people were scared and left their homes, but there was only minor damage.

The fire department confirmed that there had been no rescue calls from the area near the epicenter, noting that only slight damage to some buildings had been spotted. The Molise region's governor also said that only minor damage had been reported.

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Free' supermarket opens to cut food waste
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2018-08-16    6 views
Tucked away in an inner city suburb of Melbourne is a grocery store with a difference - there are no prices.

"The idea was to make a difference in the food waste crisis," says Inconvenience Store Project Coordinator Astrid Ryan.

The Inconvenience store is a concept brought to life by not-for-profit restaurant, Lentil as Anything, which has three vegan restaurants in Melbourne and one in Sydney.

The supermarket is inside the restaurant and its philosophy is pretty simple; the food is donated and the customers can pay as much or as little as they want or are able to.

The store is about providing produce that people can take home.


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Malaysian court tells women charged in killing of North Korean to enter defense
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2018-08-16    15 views
Two Southeast Asian women on trial for the brazen assassination of the North Korean leader's half brother were told to begin their defense Thursday, extending the trial for several more months.

Indonesia's Siti Aisyah, 25, and Vietnam's Doan Thi Huong, 29, are accused of smearing VX nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam's face in an airport terminal in Kuala Lumpur on Feb. 13, 2017. The women have said they thought they were taking part in a prank for a hidden-camera show.

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Australia’s proposed new cyber legislation to give police greater access to content on smartphones
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2018-08-16    0 views
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Attorney-General George Brandis spoke at the Australian Federal Police headquarters on Friday, July 14, announcing new legislation that will force tech companies to cooperate in security investigations.

Credit: The PMO via Storyful
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Los Angeles is first in US to install subway body scanners
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2018-08-16    7 views
Los Angeles' subway is to become the first mass transit system in the US to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives, officials said on Tuesday.

The portable scanners project waves to do full-body screenings of passengers walking through a station without slowing them down.

They scan for metallic and non-metallic objects on a person's body, can detect suspicious items from 30 feet (nine metres) away and have the capability of scanning more than 2,000 passengers per hour.

Officials from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority would not say how many of the machines were being purchased but said they would be rolled out in subway stations in the "coming months".

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FBI Eyes Cybersecurity Threats to US
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2018-08-16    0 views
Roughly nine months into his job as special agent in charge of the New Orleans office of the FBI, agent Eric Rommal is keenly aware of the dangers that cyber-criminals pose to Mississippi River-related businesses and infrastructure. And he wants the public at large to be aware as well.

"So the FBI has a number of priorities that we are responsible for. First and foremost obviously is a counterterrorism threat and the counter-intelligence threat. But, cyber is our third most important investigative priority, and that's because it's prevalent – everyone uses the internet," Rommal told The Associated Press in an interview.

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Man steals several packages from homes in Madera
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2018-08-16    187 views
Police in Madera, California, has posted several videos of a man going through neighborhoods stealing packages.
The man, who appears to be of average height and slim build, has been recorded repeatedly by people with security cameras at their doorways on in their doorbells.

Credit: City of Madera Police Department via Facebook
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Number of abandoned animals goes up with temperature
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2018-08-16    10 views
Every year hundreds of cats and dogs are found on the streets and industrial areas of the Emirates.
There is an apparent spike in the summer months, leaving shelters and rescuers overwhelmed. And this year is no different.

The Emirati non-profit organisation was established by four women who decided to take matters into their own hands when they saw the number of abandoned animals increasing.

They rescue cats and dogs, neuter and spay them, vaccinate them and then look for homes for them. While waiting for adoption, the animals are housed with foster families or at local animal boarding facilities.

The members will even foster cats in their own homes when there's no space in shelters.

Credit: Associated Press
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Trump Rally in Lewis Center, Ohio
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2018-08-15    6 views
Trump Rally in Lewis Center, Ohio
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The cast of ‘This is Us’ describe Aretha Franklin as a 'rebel' with 'sheer talent and sheer joy'
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2018-08-15    2 views
Stars of “This Is Us” made an appearance in LA.
They answered a few questions and shared their thoughts on Aretha Franklin.

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Ronda Rousey says it's been 'nonstop work' juggling Hollywood with pro wrestling
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2018-08-15    15 views
Ronda Rousey poses for photographers at the "Mile 22" premiere.
It's been "nonstop work" for Rousey as she juggles Hollywood and wrestling in the WWE.

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With upcoming “Mile 22,” Indonesian action star may attain Hollywood success
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2018-08-15    2 views
Iko Uwais is making the transition from Indonesian to Hollywood filmmaking.
Although a challenge, Mark Wahlberg is credited for getting Uwais into Hollywood.

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84-year-old former Olympic gymnast still performing gravity-defying routines
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2018-08-15    75 views
A former world-class athlete, who competed in the Olympics twice, is still performing gravity-defying gymnastic routines at the grand old age of 84.

Age is no barrier for amazing Majorie Carter, a member of the British gymnastics squad at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki, Finland, and the 1960 Olympics in Rome, Italy - just missing out on medals at both.

The octogenarian, who went on to have an impressive coaching career, nurturing the next generation of gymnasts, still trains three times a week - hitting the gym at 6am.

Credit: Associated Press
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NASA Astronauts, SpaceX COO Talk 'Crew Dragon'
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2018-08-15    0 views
NASA astronauts who will be riding the SpaceX Dragon discussed the challenges they've faced and what they're looking forward to while speaking at the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California on Monday ahead of the Crew Dragon mission.

NASA last week assigned the astronauts who will ride the first commercial capsules into orbit next year and bring crew launches back to the U.S.

Credit: AP
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Child dies after fall from balcony in Bailey's Crossroads area
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2018-08-15    667 views
Child dies after fall from balcony in Bailey's Crossroads area
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Traditional beach horse racing takes place along Piletas Beach in Spain
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2018-08-14    2 views
One of the most iconic of horses races took place on Thursday (9 AUG. 2018) in the beautiful setting of a Sanlucar de Barrameda beach, in southern Spain's Cadiz Province.

The beach lays in the estuary of the Guadalquivir river, near the Donana national park.

Horses have been racing along the beach at Sanlucar de Barrameda every year since 1845.

Thousands of tourists enjoying the summer sun flock to watch the races that are held at low tide in the afternoon.

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Australian archbishop avoids jail over sex abuse cover-up
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2018-08-14    0 views
A former Australian archbishop, the most senior Catholic cleric in the world convicted of concealing child sex abuse, was spared jail on Tuesday (August 14) when he was ordered to serve his one-year sentence at home.

Newcastle Court Magistrate Robert Stone allowed Philip Wilson, 67, to serve his detention at home after an assessment by prison authorities due to a range of health issues, including heart disease, faced by the former archbishop.

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Meteor shower attracts thousands to Israel's desert dark spots
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2018-08-14    66 views
Thousands of star-gazers held a vigil in the early hours of Monday (August 13) at one of the darkest spots in Israel, hoping to catch sight of a "shooting star" during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

Locals had the rare task of directing traffic on the moonless night in Mitzpe Ramon in the heart of the Negev Desert, a spot surrounded by terrain described as similar to a lunar or Martian landscape.

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Hundreds injured as Spanish festival platform collapses into sea
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2018-08-14    69 views
Hundreds of people were hurt, five seriously, when a wooden platform collapsed at a seaside music festival in northwestern Spain on Sunday night, state television RTVE reported.

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Cab driver arrested after Midtown fight
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2018-08-13    2K views
A cab driver was arrested after a brawl in midtown Manhattan.
Police say Alyssa Jenna Mallett assaulted a couple and then rammed her cab into their SUV.
The 25-year-old then attempted to escape the scene in her cab but crashed into a delivery truck and a parked car.

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