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Global News Cheerleading coach forces girls into extended splits; police investigating
Author: 0 Cheerleading coach forces girls into extended splits; police investigating

Police are investigating a school in Denver after shocking video emerged of a cheerleader screaming in agony after being forced in doing the splits by her coach . Denver Public Schools announced that five employees have been suspended after police launched the child abuse investigation. The incident originally happened in June, and Ally's mom only found out about it when East High School's athletic director sent an email letting her know that her daughter had been injured and was ...

Global News Jaitley condoles deaths of jawans in Pulwama encounter
Author: 0 Jaitley condoles deaths of jawans in Pulwama encounter

Two holed up militants are giving a stiff resistance to the state government forces as the exchange of fire is on near the Special Operations Group (SOG) camp inside DPL Pulwama . "Both CRPF and Jammu & Kashmir (personnel) are stationed in police lines", he told reporters. As the operation began, security forces rescued almost two dozen families staying there to avoid any hostage situation.

Global News Almost 10 percent of Americans think it's OK to be a neo-Nazi
Author: 0 Almost 10 percent of Americans think it's OK to be a neo-Nazi

Following the Charlottesville rallies, which were put on to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and led to a white supremacist ramming a auto into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing one person and injuring about 20 more, Trump provided a series of controversial responses.

Global News Trump is Going to Pardon Arpaio
Author: 0 Trump is Going to Pardon Arpaio

Arpaio's sentencing had been scheduled for October 5, reports said. He said that's similar to former President Bill Clinton's pardon of fugitive financier Marc Rich on his last day in office in January 2001. Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt earlier this summer for defying a judge's order that his deputies stop detaining immigrants because they lacked legal status.

Global News Donald Trump does it again with another questionable retweet
Author: 0 Donald Trump does it again with another questionable retweet

Travone claimed to the Daily News his tweets are "based on a character" he has played and he wrote them "to stay in character". Mere coincidence, perhaps, but not an association Trump needs as he battles perceptions that he's insufficiently critical of Nazism, following his tepid response to the deadly Charlottesville, Virginia protest earlier this month.

Author: 0 Pakistan asks U.S. for immediate elimination of terrorists sanctuaries in Afghanistan

Asif said that terrorists need not bases in Pakistan as they have stronghold in Afghanistan and can freely operate there. Pakistan officials are discussing to resolve the thorny issues, including Pakistan's support for Afghan peace, increasing USA ties with Pakistan's arch-rival India, New Delhi's role in Afghanistan and Islamabad's drift toward Beijing after initiation of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the News International reported.

Global News SC Governor issues executive order blocking payments to abortion-related offices
Author: 0 SC Governor issues executive order blocking payments to abortion-related offices

McMaster said there were a variety of taxpayer-funded medical agencies that provided women's health and family planning services without performing abortions. The Medicaid program has provided "less than $75,000" to the Planned Parenthood in Columbia previous year. "Planned Parenthood South Atlantic has provided annual exams, birth control, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and lifesaving cancer screenings-such as clinical breast exams, and Pap tests-to women, men, ...

Global News David Villa named in Spain squad for first time in three years
Author: 0 David Villa named in Spain squad for first time in three years

Villa won the 2010 World Cup and 2008 European Championship with Spain , and he's been playing in MLS for the past three years after leaving Atletico Madrid. "He is doing a great job and we have monitored him". "You know, now it's a bad moment for Barcelona because Real Madrid did well", Villa said. "The same way, I read, too, that the record for the points is close to Toronto".

Global News Health alert: West Nile Virus detected in northern MI
Author: 0 Health alert: West Nile Virus detected in northern MI

It's nevertheless imperative that Santa Clara County residents report daytime-biting mosquitoes so that officials can stop them before a population boom spreads devastating disease, like Zika, which can cause severe fetal brain defects. Apply Insect Repellent when you go outdoors. Ensure windows and screens are in good fix. Limit exposure by wearing trousers and long sleeves in the evening.

Global News Customs agents in California seize tiger cub from teen driver
Author: 0 Customs agents in California seize tiger cub from teen driver

CBP officers were stunned to discover a tiger cub lying on the floor of the front passenger side. To legally import an endangered species into the United States requires a permit from the U.S. Now the zoo is providing veterinary care for the member of an endangered species, with only 2,500 Bengal tigers in the wild. The Bengal tiger is the most populous subspecies of tiger .

Global News US Congress will raise debt ceiling, has many options - Ryan
Author: 0 US Congress will raise debt ceiling, has many options - Ryan

A deeply divided Congress will need to come together by the end of the month in order to fund the government into 2018 and raise the legal cap on federal borrowing in order to avoid a debt default. Well, apart from his recent insistence that he's perfectly willing to shut down the government to get funding for his ill-advised "wall" at the Mexican border - a threat he issued Tuesday night at a campaign rally in Phoenix.

Author: 0 IS claims attack on Shiite mosque in Kabul

ISIL claimed responsibility for the assault via its propaganda agency. Over 80 others were wounded in the attack and meanwhile more than 100 others were rescued, the sources said. Police officials said a suicide bomber detonated himself at the gate. The mosque was packed with worshippers attending Friday prayers. Police official Mohammed Jamil said that the Afghan security forces have surrounded the mosque but were not advancing or pushing into it to prevent more casualties.

Global News Trump administration imposes sweeping sanctions on Venezuela
Author: 0 Trump administration imposes sweeping sanctions on Venezuela

The executive order also allows debt financing for exports of food, medicine and other humanitarian goods. In a transparent attempt at self-preservation, the Maduro dictatorship rewards and enriches corrupt officials in the government's security apparatus by burdening future generations of Venezuelans with massively expensive debts, the White House said.

Global News Godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim convicted in 'Rape case'
Author: 0 Godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim convicted in 'Rape case'

Additional forces have been deployed across Delhi and police were patrolling areas till late night. In 2002, a Dera sadhvi wrote an anonymous letter to then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee saying she was raped by Ram Rahim Singh .

Global News Iraqi Troops Retake Over 50% of Daesh-Controlled Tal Afar
Author: 0 Iraqi Troops Retake Over 50% of Daesh-Controlled Tal Afar

An operation to retake the city began on Sunday. After a six-day offensive operation, elite Iraqi forces broke through IS lines, seizing the neighborhoods of Nida' and Taliaa north of Tal Afar and reaching the center of the old city, according to the statement from the Iraqi Joint Operations Command.

Global News GOP Rep. to Trump: McCain, Flake are 'your team'
Author: 0 GOP Rep. to Trump: McCain, Flake are 'your team'

On Tuesday, Trump said he was told not to mention any names. "That's not my realm". Any government funding package that includes funding for his planned border wall, for example, would nearly certainly hit a dead-end in the Senate this fall because Senate Democrats would oppose it, and therefore Republicans would be short of the 60 votes required to proceed.

Global News Thai SC issues arrest warrant against ex-PM
Author: 0 Thai SC issues arrest warrant against ex-PM

Thai deputy prime minister Prawit Wongsuwan said on Friday that it was possible former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has fled the country, just hours after she skipped a court hearing. Yingluck last commented on social media on Thursday, saying on her Facebook page that she would not be able to meet supporters at court because of tight security.

Global News Fallout from Trump's Charlottesville response lands far and wide
Author: 0 Fallout from Trump's Charlottesville response lands far and wide

Cohn, who is Jewish, described his disappointment with his boss' equivocating statements that essentially equated white supremacists and the anti-racists marching to oppose them. The former president of Goldman Sachs has said that the administration "must do better" when condemning neo-Nazis and white supremacists. Cohn said that, despite pressure, he would not leave his White House role.

Global News Security forces kills seven Rohingya Muslims in Mayanmar
Author: 0 Security forces kills seven Rohingya Muslims in Mayanmar

At least 21 insurgents and 11 members of the security forces were killed in Myanmar's Rakhine state when the militants staged the coordinated attack on 24 police posts and an army base, Reuters reports quoting the Myanmar military. The border guards stopped and sent back, with water and food, 146 Rohingyas to Myanmar on Thursday night. The page later reported that one immigration officer and eight police officers had been killed.

Global News Yemen: At least 35 killed in air strike in Sanaa
Author: 0 Yemen: At least 35 killed in air strike in Sanaa

The fighter jets targeted a two-story hotel in Qaa al-Qaidhi district, located in the town of Arhab, about 35 kilometers (22 miles) north of Sanaa, officials said . The coalition has been battling the rebels, who control Sanaa, since early 2015. The report did not attribute responsibility for the airstrikes but the Saudi-led coalition has maintained air superiority in Yemeni airspace since the outbreak of civil war in March 2015.

Global News President Trump Tweets Criticism Directed at Mitch McConnell & Paul Ryan
Author: 0 President Trump Tweets Criticism Directed at Mitch McConnell & Paul Ryan

But after an explosive New York Times report on August 21 that said McConnell privately expressed uncertainty about whether Trump could last through his entire term in office, the White House sought to calm the waters. These include spending packages and an increase to the debt ceiling. Lately, the Senate Judiciary Committee has also been stirring, pushing for documents from Donald Trump Jr.

Global News Interior Secretary Zinke recommends keeping Maine's national monument
Author: 0 Interior Secretary Zinke recommends keeping Maine's national monument

The marine national monument off the coast of New England was created previous year by President Barack Obama . She says a bridge and road on her property already have been commandeered. Still, any move by Trump to slim down monuments may trigger legal showdowns over whether one chief executive can undo or modify another's decisions about them.

Author: 0 United States slaps sanctions on Chinese, Russian firms doing business with N. Korea

Sanctions also covered Chinese, Singaporean and Namibian companies and a citizen of China . US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement that it is unacceptable for individuals and companies in China, Russia, and elsewhere to enable North Korea to generate income used to develop weapons of mass destruction and destabilize the region.

Global News DC judge approves government warrant for data from anti-Trump website
Author: 0 DC judge approves government warrant for data from anti-Trump website

Raymond Aghaian, representing Dreamhost , compared it to searching every apartment in a building with a single search warrant. A USA federal judge approved the Department of Justice request to obtain information on visitors of a website which organized protests against President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, after the government narrowed the scope of its search.

Global News Joint Lawsuit Pending on Trump's Trans Troops Ban
Author: 0 Joint Lawsuit Pending on Trump's Trans Troops Ban

The new policy, once enforced, will mean Defence Secretary James Mattis would have the power to dismiss service personnel purely because they are transgender . Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, subsequently had to clarify that there would be no change of Pentagon policy until details of the proposal were laid out.

Author: 0 MSNBC visits ME to pick Sen. Collins' brain

Trump's handling of the racial unrest Charlottesville , Virginia, Sen. All superb ways to encourage support from a thin GOP Senate majority. We aren't used to a president attacking his own party like this, but Trump seems to like to settle scores.

Global News A-mazing GCSE Results for St George's Ascot
Author: 0 A-mazing GCSE Results for St George's Ascot

Headteacher John Panayi said: "Within a changing and uncertain examination landscape where grade boundaries are untested, it is very good to note that Hedingham School has maintained high expectations for our students which is reflected in their excellent results".

Global News 9-judge SC bench declares privacy is a fundamental right
Author: 0 9-judge SC bench declares privacy is a fundamental right

In its latest verdict , the Supreme Court has overruled its previous judgement which stated that privacy isn't a fundamental rule. The Bench observed that privacy is intrinsic to freedom of life and personal liberty guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution .

Global News Hong Kong bunkering activity resumes as Typhoon Hato moves away
Author: 0 Hong Kong bunkering activity resumes as Typhoon Hato moves away

Businesses, schools, train stations and airports were forced to shut on Wednesday, with only one aeroplane managing to land at Hong Kong's normally busy airport, the South China Morning Post reported . Photos have been circulating online showing damage, such as the windows at the City of Dreams venue as well as tree debris at the Galaxy Macau. "People were just swimming, they cried for help".

Global News Concert canned after terror tip-off
Author: 0 Concert canned after terror tip-off

The FADER has contacted a spokesperson for Allah-Las for further comment. "I would be careful with that", Rotterdam mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb warned reporters during a press conference on the concert cancellation late Wednesday, the U.K. Concert organizer Rotown said on Twitter the concert venue, a former grain silo called Maassilo , was being evacuated because of the unspecified threat and concert-goers would get their money back.

Author: 0 Majority Say Prejudice Has Gone Up Under Trump

American voters disapprove 55 - 40 percent of the way the news media covers Trump , and disapprove 62 - 35 percent of the way the president talks about the media. decades - Mr Trump did make scripted remarks condemning white supremacist groups, including neo-Nazis and the KKK. But voters' reactions to Trump's response to Charlottesville, in which he blamed the violence on both the white supremacists ralliers and the anti-racist counterprotesters, was largely partisan.

Global News Supreme Court won't halt Florida man's execution for killings called racially motivated
Author: 0 Supreme Court won't halt Florida man's execution for killings called racially motivated

Supreme Court ruled Florida's death penalty process unconstitutional. Asay was convicted in 1988 and sentenced to death for the murders in 1987 of Robert Lee Booker and Robert McDowell in Jacksonville, Florida. Prosecutors said Asay had hired McDowell for oral sex and then shot him six times after discovering his gender. Asay's execution will serve as a test to whether Florida's new death penalty laws satisfy the U.S.

Global News Eight missing following Swiss landslide
Author: 0 Eight missing following Swiss landslide

German, Austrian and Swiss citizens are among those missing, Graubünden cantonal police said in a statement . Early on Wednesday, millions of cubic metres of rock and mud flowed down into the Bondasca valley, stopping just feet from the tiny village of Bondo.

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