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Luxor Governor Mahmoud Badr said a statement about the incident would be released shortly, according to AFP . According to the reports, the incident was caused by strong winds. In 2016, balloon flights were temporarily halted in the city after more than 20 people were injured in a similar accident. The service was resumed after new rules and regulations were put in place, which banned the balloons from flying above 2,000 meters (1.2 miles) above the surface.
  • Bride Battling Breast Cancer Dies Hours After Wedding

    Bride Battling Breast Cancer Dies Hours After Wedding

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    The TV station reports he set up the flawless proposal that night with a horse-led carriage ride. Heather Mosher's condition worsened in the months after her cancer diagnosis with the disease ultimately spreading to her brain. So, the ceremony was moved up. But Heather made it into her gown and to the hospital's chapel where she exchanged vows with Dave in front of her family and friends.
  • Dangerously cold wind chills through this morning

    Dangerously cold wind chills through this morning

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    A wind chill advisory is in place for 9 p.m. Sunday's high temperatures reached the 20s, but gusty winds have kept the feels-like temperature in the single digits. Expect dangerously cold temperatures to linger for a few days. A low pressure system moves by offshore and gives us a chance for snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
  • Louisville's first baby of 2018 born to new parents at University Hospital

    Louisville's first baby of 2018 born to new parents at University Hospital

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    Baby Ella Louise weighed in at 3.85kg (almost 9lb). A spokeswoman for the hospital told the Irish Sun: "We've had a good year, we had the New Year and the Christmas baby". The delivery process started Saturday when the 25 year old expectant mother checked into Flushing Hospital with contractions. And in Letterkenny University Hospital two little girls were welcomed in the early hours.
  • India and Pakistan exchange 27th list of nuclear installations

    India and Pakistan exchange 27th list of nuclear installations

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    Earlier, Pakistan had also released 68 Indian fishermen on 27 October 2017. Of these prisoners, 58 of are civilians and 399 fishermen who had been arrested for violating Pakistani waters. Kulbhushan Jadhav has been in the custody of Pakistan Army since March 2016. The way in which the meeting was conducted by Islamabad and the treatment meted out to Mr Jadhav's wife and mother before and during the meeting had drawn a sharp response from New Delhi .
  • Teen arrested in killings of family, friend in NJ

    Teen arrested in killings of family, friend in NJ

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    Police were called to a home in the city of Long Branch, about 55 miles (90 kilometers) south of NY, at 11:43 pm Sunday in response to a report of shots fired and found four people dead, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni said in a statement .
  • Two arrested for killings of four in Troy

    Two arrested for killings of four in Troy

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    Police arrived to find the four bound with their throats slit. Cops say Justin C. Mann, 24, and James W. White, 38, both of Schenectady, were arrested late Friday, the Albany Times Union reported. 'The entire city is really traumatized by what has happened. A GoFundMe campaign has been created to set up a scholarship and provide resources for Isaiah Smith, Myers' surviving 16-year-old son.
  • Pakistan convenes emergency meet after Trump announces end of U.S. aide

    Pakistan convenes emergency meet after Trump announces end of U.S. aide

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    The US had considered Pakistan an ally in its fight against terrorism ever since the September 11 terrorist attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in NY in 2011. There was no immediate reaction in Kabul and New Delhi which have repeatedly accused Islamabad of harbouring and arming terrorists ranged against the two countries.
  • Doug Jones certified as victor of Alabama special election

    Doug Jones certified as victor of Alabama special election

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    Moore said he's had to fight not only Democrats but also Republicans and the "Washington establishment". A spokeswoman for Roy MooreRoy Stewart MooreSeth Meyers mocks Roy Moore riding a horse to vote: "Two animals not allowed in the mall" Colbert on Jones victory: 'It's a Christmas miracle!' Virginia gov on Alabama race: 'America wins.
  • 'Obvious Violations of Law' in Abedin Emails Show Need for New Probe

    'Obvious Violations of Law' in Abedin Emails Show Need for New Probe

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    The emails, sent and received by Abedin while Clinton was secretary of state, * a class="tpstyle" href="https://foia.state.gov/Search/results.aspx?searchText=*&beginDate=&endDate=&publishedBeginDate=20171229&publishedEndDate=20171229&caseNumber" target="_blank" rel="noopener" *were released in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by Judicial Watch .
  • Five deputies shot, one dead in suburban Denver

    Five deputies shot, one dead in suburban Denver

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    Multiple deputies are "down" in Douglas County, Colorado, KUSA reports . However, the suspect has been shot and is believed to be dead. The apartment complex, in Highlands Ranch, an affluent suburban community in the county, is described on its website as "one of the friendliest apartments" in the area.
  • Panamanian vessel probed over suspected oil supplies to N. Korea

    Panamanian vessel probed over suspected oil supplies to N. Korea

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    The investigation has so far determined that the ship was chartered by a Taiwanese company, Billions Bunker Group, and had initially docked in Yeosu Port on October 11 to take on a cargo of Japanese refined petroleum before going on to its final declared destination of Taiwan four days later.