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Hong Kong comprises more than 200 islands, many with popular beaches, but there are increasing concerns about pollution and rubbish blighting the city's shores. There was a similar scene on nearby Lamma Island, where authorities and residents have also cleaned up tonnes of oil. The spill comes at the height of summer, when beaches and outlying islands are packed with day-trippers, campers and holiday makers, especially at weekends.
  • Police Seek Help Locating 3-Year-Old Worcester Girl

    Police Seek Help Locating 3-Year-Old Worcester Girl

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    Ella was taken to UMass Medical Center in Worcester, state police said. Police believe Ella is with her mother, Lee-Ann Abbott Rickheit. Rickheit made dangers to hurt the youngster tonight, as per police. She was last seen wearing a purple or dark-colored top. Rickheit has a history in the Charlton area and was thought to be recently traveling on the Mass Pike in that area.
  • God has permitted Trump to take out Kim Jong

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    AN evangelical preacher who advises Donald Trump claimed the president has the divine authority to use nuclear weapons on North Korea's Kim Jong-un. Attitudes about North Korea among evangelicals are unclear, he said. "In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong-un".
  • Palaniswami camp questions Sasikala-Dhinakaran authority

    Palaniswami camp questions Sasikala-Dhinakaran authority

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    An MLA close to Dinakaran, Vetrivel, who participated in the AIADMK meeting said, " Sasikala and Dinakaran can not be removed from the party". Dinakaran's recent appointments have led to confusion in party ranks, the AIADMK (Amma) faction resolution adopted at the meeting chaired by CM Palaniswami stated.
  • Several hurt as London double-decker bus crashes into store

    Several hurt as London double-decker bus crashes into store

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    Video from the scene shows the bus on the pavement, stuck into the front of the Poggen Pohl Kitchen Design Centre store. Glass lies shattered across the ground and paramedics can be seen tending to people on the top deck. The Metropolitan Police said in a statement: "Police were called at approximately 06:55hrs on Thursday, 10 August to reports of a bus in collision with a building on Lavender Hill at the junction with Haltenburg Gardens, SW11.
  • Dow winning streak snapped as stocks drift lower

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    The comments follow reports that the North has mastered a technology needed to strike the United States with a nuclear missile. The Dow slid 33.08 points, or 0.2 percent, to 22,085.34. The stock was the biggest decliner in the S&P 500, losing $166.50 to $1,882.50. It added 39 cents to $49.56 a barrel overnight. Health care companies were among the gainers.
  • Mark Warner discusses situation in North Korea

    Mark Warner discusses situation in North Korea

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    China, which is North Korea's closest ally despite its anger at Pyongyang's missile and nuclear programs, described the situation as "complex and sensitive", and urged calm and a return to talks. That there is so much darkness around Trump, his character and his intentions should not obscure the occasional rays of light emanating from his administration.
  • Trump Probably Made Up That 'Fire And Fury' Quote On His Own

    Trump Probably Made Up That 'Fire And Fury' Quote On His Own

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    The United States has been speaking with "one voice" on North Korea's missile and nuclear threats, leaving no room for confusion over the messages of its president and top diplomat, the State Department said Wednesday. "They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen ", Trump said. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is trying to tame the rhetoric saying Americans can sleep well at night.
  • Abbott praises PM on gay marriage poll

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    It'll see ballot papers arrive from September 12 and a result declared on November 15. Although marriage equality is supported by a majority of Australians, the country has not joined other nations in allowing homosexual couples the right to Wednesday amid political bickering over how the issue should be addressed.
  • Wall Street opens lower as tensions with North Korea escalate

    Wall Street opens lower as tensions with North Korea escalate

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    While the U.K.'s FTSE 100 Index slid by 0.6 percent, the German DAX Index slumped by 1.1 percent and the French CAC 40 Index plummeted by 1.4 percent. The stock gained 59 cents to $6.06. The Energy Information Administration's report on United States crude oil inventories showed stockpiles falling much more than expected.