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West Midlands Ambulance Service has said they are treating 26 patients following the crash, according to the Evening Standard . The teenager was declared dead at the scene of the crash, said an ambulance service spokesman. Dramatic pictures from the scene show debris on the road following the "serious collision" at around 9am this morning. Nineteen students, three teachers and the drivers of the minibus and lorry were all treated and discharged at the scene.
  • Zinke Fast-Tracks Oil and Gas Exploration on Public Lands

    Zinke Fast-Tracks Oil and Gas Exploration on Public Lands

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    The Interior Department said the average approval time for a drilling permit during the last fiscal year under the Obama administration was 257 days, though the most recent statistics suggest it was 220 days. As of January 31, the BLM had almost 3,000 Applications for Permit to Drill pending. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said he "strongly" supported Zinke's order, saying that streamlining approvals would free energy projects from "excessive regulatory processes" and "generate revenue for ...
  • Evacution Warnings Issued as Alamo Fire Grows to 300 Acres

    Evacution Warnings Issued as Alamo Fire Grows to 300 Acres

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    The fire is being pushed by north-northwest winds and heading south to the Tepusquet Canyon area. Approximately 300 residents have been notified in the area. Relief at night will be limited, with overnight temperatures not dropping below 70 degrees in many locations. Smoke from the fire burning near the Twitchwell Reservoir and Highway 166.
  • U.S. will test THAAD system in Alaska

    U.S. will test THAAD system in Alaska

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    Also, South Korea's new liberal president Moon Jae-in said he's willing to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un amid heightened animosities in the wake of the North's first intercontinental ballistic missile test-launch. An Intercontinental Ballistic Missile reached a height of 2,802 kilometres (1741 miles), according to state broadcaster Korea Central Television (KCTV).
  • Sheriff, deputies join statewide event to honor fallen officers

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    Police crosses which represent the greatest sacrifice an officer can make were also given to the relatives of DART Officer Brent Thompson, Dallas Police Sr. "It's not that way in other parts of the country so I feel very fortunate". "Bryan Shaw and Officer John Abbott from El Centro College - plus those who responded, we also want to honor the resilience of those officers, our college and our community".
  • El Salvador jails teenage rape survivor for 30 years

    El Salvador jails teenage rape survivor for 30 years

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    Although she was in the third trimester, Ms Hernandez said she had confused the symptoms of pregnancy with stomach ache because she had experienced intermittent bleeding, which she thought was her menstrual period. While the campaign has managed to free three of the women and drastically reduce the sentence of a fourth, according to The Guardian , five more women have been imprisoned since it launched.
  • Gov. Christie beach controversy inspires new legislation

    Gov. Christie beach controversy inspires new legislation

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    Christie was lambasted as selfish and arrogant, and jokesters online inserted the picture of him in sandals, shorts and a T-shirt into various photos and movie and TV scenes. Now those rumors are really spinning with the announcement that the New Jersey governor is headed to the mic next week to host two days of sports talk.
  • Campfires banned in Kamloops Fire Centre

    Campfires banned in Kamloops Fire Centre

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    Buildings have been lost and people were told to leave their homes as two fast-growing wildfires threatened communities Friday across central British Columbia. The wildfire service says the blaze is not yet contained and that it started near a forest service road and the cause is under investigation. BC Wildfire Crews worked throughout the night with support from heavy equipment to build containment lines around the fire.
  • £50m too much for Leicester star

    £50m too much for Leicester star

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    Arsenal have reportedly launched a renewed £40 million bid for AS Monaco winger Thomas Lemar after seeing their first offer for the winger rejected. Stating the bleeding obvious, that's still well below Monaco's asking price, and thus it's no surprise to read in L'Equipe that the Ligue 1 champs are poised to knock back this bid too.
  • G20 Leaders Pressure President Trump on Climate and Trade

    G20 Leaders Pressure President Trump on Climate and Trade

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    Since Trump quit the Paris accord on climate change, California and a dozen other states have vowed to not only stick with the agreement , but also step up their emission reduction efforts to push the rest of the country along. "We are not renegotiating the Paris agreement , that stays, but I want to see the USA looking for ways to rejoin it". The Debrief: Following the USA's exit from the Paris Accord, can Theresa May convince Trump that climate change isn't a myth at the G20 ...
  • Apple will make only OLED iPhones from 2018

    Apple will make only OLED iPhones from 2018

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    Whether it be their plans for Augmented Reality , or designing the new Autonomous Car system , Apple really likes to think big. However, some reports claim that the phone will not be available until the last quarter of the year. In other Apple news , insider Luca Maestri sold 6,308 shares of the company's stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, April 20th. Fast charger may be an optional extra.