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The ships collided at about 2:20 a.m. Saturday , when the Navy said most of the 300 sailors on board would have been sleeping . According to reports, the crash caused the Fitzgerald to cave in about a third of the way back, causing significant damage.
  • Uganda, UN seek $8 billion for South Sudanese refugees

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    To put the numbers into context, in 2016 one person became displaced every three seconds . The UN refugee agency reported that "very high" volumes of conflict and persecution is forcing people to flee their homes. Jordan is also the seventh-largest refugee-hosting country in the world, with over 735,000 refugees and asylum seekers registered for worldwide protection with UNHCR across 40 nationalities, the statement added.
  • Sean Spicer May Get To Choose His Own Replacement If He Quits

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    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the president "clearly wants" Senate Republicans to put forward a health care bill "that has heart". "It's no secret we've had a couple of vacancies, including our communications director..." If Trump adviser Steve Bannon was joking when he suggested that White House press briefings have recently been held off-camera because "Sean [Spicer] got fatter", Chelsea Clinton is not laughing.
  • Brussels attacker appeared to have Islamic State sympathies

    Brussels attacker appeared to have Islamic State sympathies

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    No further threat was imminent and the alert level was unchanged.A security source named the dead man, identified officially only by the initials O.Z., as Oussama Zariouh . "We have avoided an attack that could have been a great deal worse", the Prime Minister said. "In three years we have been confronted with several attacks or attempts and we say the zero risk does not exist", Prime Minister Charles Michel said after a specially-convened security meeting.
  • GJM offers 12-hr window to schools to evacuate students

    GJM offers 12-hr window to schools to evacuate students

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    Barring pharmacies, all other shops and markets that generally buzzes with tourist activity at this time of the year remains closed while the famous mall road of Darjeeling bears a desolate look. GJM and other parties alleged that government is violating the right to share information. "As a last resort, in the interest of public safety, you are requested to stop transmission of any data related message or class of messages transmitted or received by any telegraph within the ambit of the ...
  • Belgian Authorities: Brussels Attacker Not Known for Terrorism

    Belgian Authorities: Brussels Attacker Not Known for Terrorism

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    A bomb squad performed a controlled explosion of a bomb belt and they were checking to see if there were more hazards, according to local reports. Eric Van der Sypt, Belgium's federal magistrate, said the suspect, identified by his initials O.Z., was not known to investigators for being involved in terror activities but police were aware of him, the New York Times reported .
  • Belgium has identified station bomber: interior minister

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    Belgian authorities have been reacting to the incident and a spokesperson from the federal prosecutor's office, Eric Van Der Sypt said , " This is considered as a terrorist attack ". A soldier confronted the man and shot him several times, and he died on the spot. The suspect shouted "Allahu Akhbar" (Arabic for "God is great") prior to the blast, another eyewitness told the VRTNiuews network.
  • Shiv Sena, PDP back NDA nominee Kovind

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    A BJD MP said there could not have been a scenario when the BJD would support a Congress candidate given the fact that the regional party thrived on anti-Congress planks all these years. The RJD supremo had earlier flayed the NDA for not consulting opposition parties and evolve a consensus on the presidential election. "Just because he was the leader of Dalit Morcha of BJP they have made him the candidate", Mamata said.
  • 1 tropical storm churns in Gulf, 2nd disbands in Caribbean

    1 tropical storm churns in Gulf, 2nd disbands in Caribbean

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    Tropical Storm Cindy was forecast to come onshore on Thursday in either Texas or Louisiana . The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), the largest privately owned crude storage terminal in the United States, suspended vessel offloading operations ahead of the storm, but said it expected no interruptions to deliveries from its hub in Clovelly, Louisiana.
  • Imam stops angry Muslims assailing London van suspect

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    London police say a man was subdued with a stun gun and arrested early Wednesday after he was reported to be attacking people at the Regents Park Mosque in north London. He said he fears for the lives of his family members and infant daughter in the wake of such Islamophobic incidents. One elderly man, who had collapsed moments before the van appeared, was pronounced dead at the scene, although police have not yet confirmed whether he died as a result of the attack.
  • Ex-North Korea detainee Otto Warmbier has died

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    The United States of America can not and should not tolerate the murder of its citizens by hostile powers. Also, doctors at the medical centre, where he was treated, said that he suffered from " unresponsive wakefulness " due to " severe neurological injury ".
  • Former Saudi crown prince meets king's son

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    Prince Muhammad bin Nayef backed the royal decrees in a letter to King Salman , according to a senior Saudi official who spoke on condition of anonymity. "It gives allies and the Kingdom's counterparts a clear indication of who is in charge today and who will lead the Kingdom, potentially for decades".