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Bouncy castles should be temporarily banned in public areas after the death of a child in Norfolk, an MP has said. "Just seen the most horrific thing in my life". A joint investigation involving the Health and Safety Executive, the local council and police has been launched into the accident. "Parents and children have a right to know and to expect safety from children's play equipment", she said.
  • Puppy bitten by rattlesnake while protecting owner

    Puppy bitten by rattlesnake while protecting owner

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    Instead of Ms Godwin's legs, the venomous fangs sank into his snout. Paula very almost stood on the nasty snake, which was resting on the road, but the hero pooch threw himself in front of his owner to save her from a painful bite. The post has been liked more than 131,000 times. "Please say a little prayer for my sweet hero". But Todd swooped in and saved her, she said. After a visit to the local animal hospital the young golden retriever is expected to make a full recovery.
  • Suspect In Capital Gazette Shooting Had History Of Making Threats To Newspaper

    Suspect In Capital Gazette Shooting Had History Of Making Threats To Newspaper

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    Veteran journalist Rob Hiaasen , one of five employees gunned down at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Maryland on Thursday, will be remembered at a "Celebration of Life" memorial Monday night. "This guy could really hurt us'". Acting Police Chief William Krampf of Anne Arundel County said the gunman "looked for his victims". "There was a fear that doing so would exacerbate an already flammable situation", Altomare said.
  • N Korea continues to be a nuclear threat: Pompeo

    N Korea continues to be a nuclear threat: Pompeo

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    Several experts and former administration officials, who have long-experienced North Korea's tactics and strategy and warned that Trump is being snookered, are reminding the administration that Pyongyang will never give up nuclear weapons it sees as central to its survival, and the only thing it seeks is "nuclear acceptance, not disarmament".
  • Melania Trump Visits Border Again, Learning More At Migrant Centers

    Melania Trump Visits Border Again, Learning More At Migrant Centers

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    Mrs. Trump also visited a separate private facility housing detained children and teens that is run by Southwest Key, an organization that receives grant money from the Department of Health and Human Services. During the trip to McAllen, the first lady's choice of a jacket emblazoned with the words, "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" prompted controversy and speculation about its meaning.
  • Suspect arrested in Idaho mass stabbing

    Suspect arrested in Idaho mass stabbing

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    Timothy Kinner, 30, has been charged with first-degree murder after a 3-year-old girl died from wounds sustained at her birthday party on Saturday night. The apartment is home to many refugee families. The thought of a happy occasion like a child's birthday party being turned into the darkest of sorrows in such a vicious way is nearly unfathomable.
  • Retiring ICE director rips NY Dems for vilifying agency

    Retiring ICE director rips NY Dems for vilifying agency

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    With the laser-like focus of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, those opposed to almost all forms of immigration enforcement took to the streets this weekend to protest, well, just about everything under the sun. If you're a presidential candidate, you have to think carefully about, say, what health plan you favor, because you're going to have a mandate to do it if you get elected.
  • ABC secures interview with Trump fixer Michael Cohen

    ABC secures interview with Trump fixer Michael Cohen

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    Trump has denied the allegations. "I will not be a punching bag as part of anyone's defense strategy", Cohen said. Cohen said he would like to provide answers about who directed him to give the $130,000 to Daniels, but he can not do so in public.
  • Israel Killed 135 Palestinians since Start of Protests in March

    Israel Killed 135 Palestinians since Start of Protests in March

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    Mr Aviram said: "I was deeply appreciative for the opportunity to present OrCam MyEye to Prince William during his historic visit to Israel ". Assuring Palestinians they had not been forgotten and ending what Israelis had seen as an undeclared British boycott of official visits to their country by the royal family, William made no evident missteps in following an itinerary carefully scripted for balance.
  • Candlelight vigil for victims of Maryland newspaper shooting

    Candlelight vigil for victims of Maryland newspaper shooting

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    The man charged with killing five people at a Maryland newspaper was a high school "loner" who became obsessed with his reputation, according to a former classmate and a journalist who wrote about his freaky online behavior. "I'm going to need more than a couple days of news coverage and some thoughts and prayers because our whole lives have been shattered", she added.
  • 100 migrants may have drowned near Tripoli: Libyan coastguard

    100 migrants may have drowned near Tripoli: Libyan coastguard

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    Italy and Malta initially refused to allow the ships to dock in the two countries, though Malta eventually relented . On an inflatable boat were about 120 migrants . The exact number of migrants on Board at the time of the incident is unknown, said the Libyan Navy. The agreement reached by European Union leaders overnight includes plans to set up secure centres in Europe to process arrivals' arrival claims, but cracks are already starting to emerge, with France and Austria ruling ...
  • Turkey elections: was Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s victory fair?

    Turkey elections: was Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s victory fair?

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    Spokesman Bulent Tezcan of the Republican People's Party criticised Turkey's state-run news agency for reporting that Mr Erdogan has won enough to avoid a run-off and accused the agency of distorting the results . "We encourage Turkey to take steps to strengthen democracy and continue progress toward resolving issues in the bilateral relationship", Sanders told reporters.
  • PRISON BREAK VIA CHOPPER: Convicted murderer escapes for 2nd time

    PRISON BREAK VIA CHOPPER: Convicted murderer escapes for 2nd time

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    Redoine Faid, who was France's most wanted criminal before being jailed, escaped from the Seine-et-Marne prison, near Paris , late on Sunday morning July 1. He was arrested in 1998 after three years on the run in Switzerland and Israel, according to the French media. The escape came after an appeals court sentenced him to 25 years for masterminding a May 2010 botched armed robbery, in which a policewoman was killed.
  • Israel assisting displaced Syrians fleeing Daraa: Army

    Israel assisting displaced Syrians fleeing Daraa: Army

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    Hezbollah-affiliated Al-Mayadeen TV said Syrian government troops had opened three crossing points in rebel-held territory for civilians wishing to flee to the other side. "This is the highest toll since the escalation began on June 19", said Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman, adding the bombardment was intensifying and also targeting densely populated areas.
  • 'Families Belong Together' Marches Protest Trump Immigration Policies Nationwide

    'Families Belong Together' Marches Protest Trump Immigration Policies Nationwide

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    The policy led to intense criticism in the United States and overseas, and after several days Trump signed an executive order that would allow children to stay with their parents as they moved through the legal system. "I'm not a radical, and I'm not an activist", said Kate Sharaf, a Portland co-organiser. But the Trump administration points out that most of those migrants never showed up for court.