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World Woman found dead after Melbourne stag do
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Four men taken into custody on Sunday afternoon following an investigation into the death of a woman in a Melbourne apartment have been released without charge. One of the men reportedly found the deceased woman in the shower. Two of the men said they'd attended an AFL game on Saturday night before making their way to popular club Cloud 9, where they were seen partying until around 2:30 - 3am.

World Iran sends USA citizen to 10 years jail for infiltration
Author: 0 Iran sends USA citizen to 10 years jail for infiltration

This person, who was directly guided by the United States, was entered the country "under special conditions", he said, adding that he was arrested due to the vigilance of Iranian intelligence ministry forces. Xiyue Wang , a graduate student in history, vanished months ago in Iran, where he was doing research for a doctoral thesis. "We were very distressed to learn that charges were brought against him in connection with his scholarly work, and to learn of the subsequent conviction and ...

World Pakistan Army launches Khyber-4 operation
Author: 0 Pakistan Army launches Khyber-4 operation

Referring to the recent visit of US Senators representing Defence Committee, he said that they were taken to the areas where the state had regained her writ by eliminating terror and they had expressed appreciations of the role of Pakistan's military.

World After Sasikala row, 32 convicts shifted out of Bengaluru central prison
Author: 0 After Sasikala row, 32 convicts shifted out of Bengaluru central prison

In the four-page report after visiting the central prison on July 10, Roopa said a special kitchen was functioning in the jail for Sasikala in violation of prison rules. The report also alleged that the jail staff had accepted bribes from Sasikala for allowing the installation of a makeshift kitchen in her cell and being provided with an inmate as a cook, The Hindu reported.

World House fire kills 22 in China, one arrested
Author: 0 House fire kills 22 in China, one arrested

Police in east China's Jiangsu Province said they have arrested a suspect for alleged arson after a fire engulfed a house that claimed 22 lives Sunday morning. The suspect was identified as Jiang, Xinhua reports . Local authorities have arrested one suspect for allegedly setting the building ablaze and locking the doors.

World Gate & Attendance Announced For UFC Fight Night 113
Author: 0 Gate & Attendance Announced For UFC Fight Night 113

I am the best striker in this division. Give me who you like. This follows a loss in his UFC debut to Abdul Razak Alhassan in Belfast back in November of past year, and now leaves serious question marks around the Dubliner's future with the promotion.

World Google Is Releasing 20 Million Bacteria-Infected Mosquitoes in Fresno
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The Fresno project will be the biggest U.S. release of sterile mosquitoes to date, Verily says. It is an effective vector for carrying diseases like dengue fever, Zika and chikungunya . The said project cost $16 million United States dollars and was supposed to cover Medellín, Colombia's three million people. Verily isn't the first to use Wolbachia mosquitoes for disease control.

World Public Barred from Whittier Fire Area
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It also came from controlled burns to try and reduce the amount of fuel in the fire's path. The conflagration, which had blackened 17,364 acres along California's scenic central coast as of Saturday afternoon, was being fed by brush and vegetation that had not burned since 1955, according to fire officials.

World White House reshuffles legal team as investigation gathers momentum
Author: 0 White House reshuffles legal team as investigation gathers momentum

His hiring comes during a week in which scrutiny of the Trump family's possible involvement in the election interference was invigorated by revelations that the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr ., agreed to a meeting in June 2016 with a Russian attorney he was told had incriminating information about Democratic rival Hillary Clinton .

World Jordanians express outrage over Al Aqsa closure
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Hundreds of Jordanians, responding to a Muslim Brotherhood call, demonstrated in Amman on Saturday, calling for the "liberation of Al-Aqsa". Netanyahu had said the compound could reopen Sunday after security was assessed, and rejected Jordan's criticism.

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Author: 0 "Massive HR violations in Kashmir should come to an end" Amnesty official

Sardar Masood Khan said that the people of Kashmir appreciate attention of Spanish Parliament and Spanish Members of European Parliament to the human rights and humanitarian crisis in Kashmir. Keeping this crucial factor in view, the Army has intensified the "seek and destroy" missions with almost one operation every day as compared to two to three in a week in the past, they said.

World Skydiver Told Wife He Wasn't Going to Pull Cord
Author: 0 Skydiver Told Wife He Wasn't Going to Pull Cord

A skydiver in DeLand, Florida sent a video to his wife saying he wasn't going to pull the cord on his parachute, minutes before jumping to his death from a plane. But the plane, with 27-year-old Capotorto Vitantonio inside, had already taken off. Vitantonio's body was found face down in a field a short time later.

World France Remembers the Nice Attack: 'We Will Never Find the Words'
Author: 0 France Remembers the Nice Attack: 'We Will Never Find the Words'

The magazine's executive director, Olivier Royant, had said he would defend "tooth and nail" what he said was "the right of citizens, first among them the victims, to know exactly what happened" on the day of the fatal attack. An investigation is also underway over breach of confidentiality which will try to determine how Paris Match was able to get hold of the images. According to the interior ministry, more than 130,000 security and emergency service workers have been deployed during this ...

Author: 0 Trump Condemns Deadly Terror Attack at Jerusalem Shrine

In a sign of the tensions and to diffuse any potential violence at Jerusalem's holiest site, President Mahmoud Abbas held a phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. United Nations chief Antonio Guterres condemned the attack, adding: "This incident has the potential to ignite further violence". At Lions Gate near the site of the attack, police guarded the entrance and restricted access, checking IDs.

World Macron, Trump engage in a handshake 'duel'
Author: 0 Macron, Trump engage in a handshake 'duel'

Still, Macron extended an invitation to Trump to join the national day celebrations, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the US entry into World War I. Her response was unclear. Lyn Brown, MP for West Ham, tweeted: 'Creepy, totally inappropriate and sexist.' Another user said: 'That was truly creepy.

World Sen. John McCain Has Surgery to Remove Blood Clot Above Eye
Author: 0 Sen. John McCain Has Surgery to Remove Blood Clot Above Eye

Two Republican senators have already announced opposition to the measure, Sen. Four other more moderate Senators - Portman of Ohio, Murkowski of Alaska, Capito of West Virginia and Heller of Nevada remain undecided about their votes. Sen. John McCain underwent a surgical procedure on Friday to remove a blood clot from above his left eye, the Mayo Clinic said in a statement Saturday on behalf of the Arizona Republican.

World Wenger expects Mbappe to stay at Monaco
Author: 0 Wenger expects Mbappe to stay at Monaco

Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are among the other clubs to have been linked with a move for Mbappe this summer. But Wenger, when asked about the reported bid for Mbappe, said: "That's not true". It's hard to imagine why Liverpool would need any more wingers but Foot Mercato claim that they've tabled a five-year offer for Atletico Madrid's Angel Correa.

World Stuart Broad hoping to see sunny skies at Trent Bridge
Author: 0 Stuart Broad hoping to see sunny skies at Trent Bridge

They therefore conceded a first-innings deficit of 130, despite Anderson's 5-72, and were 205 adrift after South Africa reached 75-1 at stumps second time round. South Africa were shot out for 335, having added only 26 runs in the morning. While neither are ready to return just yet, Mark Wood - who returned to the side for the first Test at Lord's - admitted he might not have made the side had they been fit, and accepted that the battle for places could become intense when all are ...

World Egypt Hurghada stabbing: Two tourists killed at Red Sea resort
Author: 0 Egypt Hurghada stabbing: Two tourists killed at Red Sea resort

It has sought to attack foreign nationals in mass atrocities, such as the downing of the Russian MetroJet aircraft in October 2015 that left 224 dead, as well as low-level attacks. Yesterday's attack is at the same resort where three tourists were injured in a knife attack by two suspected ISIS sympathisers in January 2016. Since the overthrow in 2013 by the egyptian army of president Mohamed Morsi, from the muslim brotherhood, extremist groups have multiplied the attacks against the ...

Author: 0 USA tries to impose on United Nations harsh sanctions resolution, North Korea says

North Korea put the region on a jittery edge recently after it launched an intercontinental ballistic missile that some experts believe could reach the American states of Alaska and Hawaii. Providing China with strong incentives to curb North Korea is a not a substitute for direct talks, which you favor. North Korea still won't abandon its nuclear weapons because it is a matter of survival for the government.China knows full well that North Korea's defense and security is not a ...

World European Union could be flexible over movement: Tony Blair
Author: 0 European Union could be flexible over movement: Tony Blair

Prime Minister Theresa May called the snap election in order to bolster her mandate to negotiate the country's exit from the bloc, or "Brexit" as it is popularly called. "The members of the eurozone will integrate economic decision-making."Inevitably, therefore, Europe will comprise an inner and outer circle. The French and Germans share some of the British worries, notably around immigration, and would compromise on freedom of movement".

World IIFA Rocks 2017 to celebrate music
Author: 0 IIFA Rocks 2017 to celebrate music

A R Rahman may have been snubbed by so called fans for mainly singing Tamil songs at a concert in Wembley, UK on July 8. The show started with the popular track from Dil Se and the Oscar winning musician was later joined by his equally talented team comprising singers like Jonita Gandhi, Neeti Mohan, Javed Ali, Benny Dayal and Haricharan.

World 88th minute goal sees USMNT win Group B on goal difference
Author: 0 88th minute goal sees USMNT win Group B on goal difference

Panama will win the group unless the US beats Nicaragua by three goals or more in the late game on Saturday. Joe Corona opened the scoring late in the first half, with a solo run in the box and shot that deflected off a Nicaragua defender on its way to goal .

World Pence, Trudeau discuss US-Canada trade disagreements
Author: 0 Pence, Trudeau discuss US-Canada trade disagreements

Vice President Mike Pence and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discussed ongoing trade disagreements between their two countries on Friday on the sidelines of a gathering of USA governors. "To boil this down to one point: Canada is your biggest, best customer - by far", he said. In addition, Pence and Trudeau spoke about US-Canada mutually beneficial trade and investment relationship and agreed to work on disagreements in the sector.