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A privately owned beach at Ingoldmells has also been awarded Blue Flag status. Visitors to award-winning beaches can be sure of a clean, safe beach with great facilities and water quality. Cromer beach and town, September 1956. "When you enjoy a trip to a beach flying an worldwide Blue Flag or Seaside Award, you know you are on one of the safest, cleanest and very best in the country".
  • World Cup Ref Fahad Al Mirdasi Banned in Saudi Match-Fixing Case

    World Cup Ref Fahad Al Mirdasi Banned in Saudi Match-Fixing Case

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    He was one of five Arab referees chosen to officiate in the 2018 World Cup . "He confirmed that he had evidence which highlights Al Mirdasi offering help for money". The committee recommended that Saudi Arabia officially requested Federation Internationale de Football Association to remove Mirdasi from the list of referees participating in the 2018 World Cup and suspend him for life.
  • Venezuela authorities re-activate Kellogg plant a day after it pulled out

    Venezuela authorities re-activate Kellogg plant a day after it pulled out

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    Kellogg confirmed later on Tuesday that its manufacturing plant had been seized by the leftist government, the latest company to jump ship amid Venezuela's tough business climate. The company's local operations had around 400 workers, according to local media. Under the backdrop of strict price controls and hyperinflation, Kellogg is the latest multinational to exit the country.
  • Moon sighted, Ramazan to commence from Thursday

    Moon sighted, Ramazan to commence from Thursday

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    Speaker during a presser here on Wednesday, Mufti Munib-ur-Rehman said, "Testimonies declaring that the moon was sighted have been received from Upper Dir, Buner, Nathia Gali, Quetta and Abbottabad". However, the moon would be around 26 hours old at that time. According to media reports, Muslims in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Oman, Kuwait, Iraq, Iran, Palestine, the United Kingdom, Australia and Japan will also begin the holy month form Thursday.
  • Merkel: Germany Remains Committed To Iran Nuclear Deal

    Merkel: Germany Remains Committed To Iran Nuclear Deal

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    Mogherini says "there was awareness of the urgency" and the four ministers agreed to find some solutions within weeks. German Chancellor Angela Merkel pushed back on Wednesday against Washington's rejection of the Iran nuclear deal, saying the accord helped outside powers anxious about Tehran's regional role to pursue their concerns with the Islamic Republic.
  • Turkish banker in Iran sanctions case faces sentencing

    Turkish banker in Iran sanctions case faces sentencing

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    Prosecutors maintained that Atilla used his position as Halkbank's deputy general manager for global banking to help build and protect a scheme that enabled billions of dollars in profits from Iranian oil sales to flow through world financial markets since 2011.
  • Florida teacher on leave after raccoons drowned

    Florida teacher on leave after raccoons drowned

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    An employee at the high school captured two raccoons and an opossum that had been suspected of endangering the chickens being raised by the students in the class. "My friend said that the class before that, they were putting the water in the buckets", he added. A Forest Hill Excessive Faculty dad or mum informed FOX51 that her son took pictures of the harrowing acts with the animals.
  • Photo of Kent State graduate carrying AR-10 on campus goes viral

    Photo of Kent State graduate carrying AR-10 on campus goes viral

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    Bennett sent out a follow-up tweet to clarify she was holding an AR-10 rifle, not an "assault rifle", after many lashed out at her. Kaitlin Bennett , a 22-year-old Second Amendment supporter from Zanesville, Ohio and founder of Liberty Hangout, a libertarian student media outlet at KSU, posed in front of the Kent Student Center for the tweet that has gone viral.
  • Sporting Lisbon players and staff attacked by intruders at training ground

    Sporting Lisbon players and staff attacked by intruders at training ground

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    Sporting has issued a statement condemning what it calls "acts of vandalism and the attacks on (our) athletes, coaches and professional staff". Reports in Portugal claim that around 50 individuals, who had covered their faces to avoid being identified, interrupted training and assaulted members of the squad.
  • Mexico doubts that a NAFTA deal is possible by Thursday target date

    Mexico doubts that a NAFTA deal is possible by Thursday target date

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    Mexico's top trade negotiator said Tuesday that he doesn't believe an agreement between his country, the USA and Canada will be reached by Thursday's informal deadline. Don't expect a NAFTA deal by this week's supposed target date. In the five-month period between election day and the swearing-in ceremony, Guajardo said, the next government's team would need to be involved in any ongoing trilateral trade talks.
  • Trump financial disclosure could reveal porn star payoff

    Trump financial disclosure could reveal porn star payoff

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    The acting director of OGE, David J. Apol, concluded that Trump's report "meets the disclosure requirements" - the outside group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington had filed a complaint that Trump's 2017 form had improperly omitted a "loan" from Cohen - but noted that making that debt public "is required".
  • Italy government deal should be ready on Wednesday, League leader Salvini promises

    Italy government deal should be ready on Wednesday, League leader Salvini promises

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    The Five Star Movement and League parties were continuing to work on a government deal on Wednesday afternoon, with the leader of the M5S saying he and his League counterpart were prepared not to be part of the government if needed. Both Mr Salvini and Mr Di Maio have warned the EU's budgetary austerity is "suffocating" Italy and have spoken out against the bloc's sanctions issued against Russian Federation following the annexation of Crimea and branded unfair for the country the EU's ...
  • TV Producer Dies After E-Cigarette Explodes & Burns 80% Of His Body

    TV Producer Dies After E-Cigarette Explodes & Burns 80% Of His Body

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    He suffered thermal injuries to about 80 percent of his body, including his chest, shoulder, abdomen, back, arm and hand. The U.S. Fire Administration says there have been 195 cases in which an electronic cigarette exploded or caught fire between 2009 through 2016, resulting in 133 injuries, 38 of which were severe.
  • 'With friends like that who needs enemies': Tusk lashes out at Trump

    'With friends like that who needs enemies': Tusk lashes out at Trump

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    Trump into not scrapping the deal - to reconfirm their commitment to the accord. Listing Europe's traditional challenges, ranging from the expanding power of China to the belligerence of Russia , Tusk said: "We are witnessing today a new phenomenon, the capricious assertiveness of the American administration ".
  • Jared Kushner's Story About Trump Tower Meeting Is Contradicted By Multiple Witnesses

    Jared Kushner's Story About Trump Tower Meeting Is Contradicted By Multiple Witnesses

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    But lawmakers pressed further: Did Trump Jr. know about the meetings when they occurred? Other witnesses have said that Donald Trump has a blocked number. The transcripts show the dissatisfaction of Trump Jr. and other campaign aides, including brother-in-law Jared Kushner , when the meeting failed to yield the harmful Clinton information they thought they'd get - as well as the increasing panic of one of the meeting participants who feared his reputation would be ruined for his role in ...
  • Dixon High School Shooting in IL

    Dixon High School Shooting in IL

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    The officer returned fire and struck the suspect, who was then taken into custody just west of the school, Howell said. It was not clear whether the suspect was a student at the school, and officials did not immediately respond to calls for further comment.
  • Sherpa guide climbs Mt. Everest for record 22nd time

    Sherpa guide climbs Mt. Everest for record 22nd time

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    With the ascent of 8,848-meter high Qomolangma, 48-year-old Sherpa has set a new record by climbing the world's highest peak for maximum times. Previous year seven people lost their lives on the world's highest peak, while 449 summited from the Nepal side and at least another 120 made it to the top from the north side in Tibet.
  • EPA watchdog says Pruitt sought 24/7 protection from start

    EPA watchdog says Pruitt sought 24/7 protection from start

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    Most of the committee's six Democratic members have publicly called for Pruitt's resignation. The AP reported last month that demands for increased security are nothing new for Pruitt. The seemingly unending stream of negative reports about Pruitt's behavior drew the ire of some GOP senators and even staff at the White House . "Congress must hold hearings and investigate how it is possible that the EPA , the White House , and HHS have, for months, possessed research that could ...
  • Judge rejects Manafort's attempt to dismiss Mueller indictment

    Judge rejects Manafort's attempt to dismiss Mueller indictment

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    The charges against him include conspiring to launder money, conspiring to defraud the United States, and failing to register as a lobbyist for a foreign government. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , speaks to the media with an announcement that the office of special counsel Robert Mueller says a grand jury has charged 13 Russian nationals and several Russian entities, February 16, 2018, in Washington .
  • Senate panel poised to recommend Gina Haspel's confirmation

    Senate panel poised to recommend Gina Haspel's confirmation

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    Haspel's letter came after Republican Sen. The Senate intelligence committee is expected to vote Wednesday to recommend that the full Senate confirm her. It was Haspel's reticence to say that the CIA's interrogation program was, in retrospect, morally wrong that sparked the Senate's authorities on torture - namely, Sens.
  • OPCW confirms chlorine used in February attack in Syria

    OPCW confirms chlorine used in February attack in Syria

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    About 11 people were treated after the attack on February 4. for mild and moderate symptoms of toxic chemical exposure, including breathing difficulties, vomiting and unconsciousness, the report said. Poison gas was released from cylinders and used as chemical weapons. The FFM's report on the Saraqib incident has been shared with States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention.
  • East Coast rail to come back under public control

    East Coast rail to come back under public control

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    The franchise, which operates trains between Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow and King's Cross, was operated by the UK Government from 2009 to 2015 after the last collapse. "We are surprised and disappointed that the Department for Transport has chosen not to proceed with our proposals". He added: "However, we respect the Government's decision".
  • Pope condemns Gaza killings

    Pope condemns Gaza killings

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    Israel claims that Hamas is spurring the violence and using it for cover for attacks. "War calls for war, violence calls for violence". On Monday, at least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces. The deadly protests coincide with the relocation of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the anniversary of the "Nakba", or Catastrophe, when hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were expelled from their homes at the time of Israel's creation.
  • Guatemala Relocates Israel Embassy to Jerusalem

    Guatemala Relocates Israel Embassy to Jerusalem

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    Guatemala on Wednesday opened its embassy in Jerusalem , becoming the second country to do so. The US and Guatemalan moves break with decades of global consensus. Netanyahu also promised to visit Guatemala in his next trip to Latin America, according to the several media reports. But on Tuesday, senior United Nations officials condemned the killings as an "outrageous human rights violation" and said it appeared that protesters approaching the fence were liable to be shot and killed by ...
  • Windrush migrants deported from the UK, Javid admits

    Windrush migrants deported from the UK, Javid admits

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    Sajid Javid revealed the number could still rise as officials trawl through over 8,000 cases dating back to 2002, as he branded the term "hostile environment", coined by Theresa May, "un-British". In three cases, the person does have a legal basis to stay in Britain, while nine cases are ongoing. Javid said that the figures were not conclusive and could change as his department continues their examination of deportation records.
  • Letitia James declares intent to run for NY state attorney general

    Letitia James declares intent to run for NY state attorney general

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    Three have dropped out since then, including Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney , D-Cold Spring, Putnam County, who is considering running for a full term in the fall. "I've argued 20 cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, 21 cases before our state's highest court, and 33 cases in the Second Circuit - and I've closely supervised the work of other attorneys on hundreds more ".
  • Wagner Wins GOP Gubernatorial Primary

    Wagner Wins GOP Gubernatorial Primary

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    Tom Wolf . "I think it's great that we are finally doing something about gerrymandering and I hope this makes more people go out and vote because their votes actually count now", said Diane Dalto. Wagner has positioned himself as a garbage man set to clean up a corrupt state government that stifles the local economy with too many regulations and taxes.
  • Repolling underway for 568 booths in West Bengal panchayat polls

    Repolling underway for 568 booths in West Bengal panchayat polls

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    While the CPI (M) alleged that the house of the elderly couple was burned down by Trinamool Congress supporters, rivals said the incident could not be termed poll-related violence. Bringing up the reference to the violence during the rural polls Modi said, "The entire country must have watched on television the way democracy was murdered during the panchayat election in Bengal.
  • Parents of Students Killed in Parkland Shooting Will Run for School Board

    Parents of Students Killed in Parkland Shooting Will Run for School Board

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    Instead, the parents were somber as they spoke of their sense of duty to make schools safer almost three months after a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School left their children dead. When discussing Cruz's participation in the PROMISE program, Alhadeff made it clear that the school district was not being transparent. But she and Petty do not favor firing Runcie.
  • Massive dust storm hits Delhi-NCR in early morning today

    Massive dust storm hits Delhi-NCR in early morning today

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    Wednesday's storm was the second of its kind to hit the national capital in the past four days. The heavy rain and dust storm hit Delhi-NCR on Wednesday early morning. "But not of this severity". Almost two weeks ago, 134 people were killed while 400 others were injured after a massive dust and thunderstorm hit Uttar Pradesh , Rajasthan, Telangana, Uttarakhand and Punjab.
  • TN HSC Class 12 results 2018 declared | 91.1% pass | Check tnresults

    TN HSC Class 12 results 2018 declared | 91.1% pass | Check tnresults

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    In 2015, the overall pass percentage was 90.6% in which girls achieved a pass percentage of 93% and boys secured 87%. Candidates who had written the examination in the month of March 2018 checked their results . Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education, established in 1910, is under the purview of the Department of Education, Government of Tamil Nadu, India.
  • John Bolton says sanctions 'possible' for European companies operating in Iran

    John Bolton says sanctions 'possible' for European companies operating in Iran

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    Another French firm that has a lot to lose in Iran is Total. The deal's proponents say it is crucial to forestalling a nuclear Iran and preventing wider war in the Middle East. Let's get real. Iran seeks to subjugate the Arab states within an Iranian caliphate, or simply to impose its version of Islam on the entire Arab world directly or indirectly through its proxy states, such as Lebanon and Syria.
  • Hillary Clinton warns Australia on Chinese 'influence peddling'

    Hillary Clinton warns Australia on Chinese 'influence peddling'

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    Speaking in Melbourne , Clinton asked in jest that the audience "forget that I got three million more votes - it's over", in reference to her popular vote win, as compared with her Electoral College loss. She said: "Whether it's Russian Federation in a secret way interfering with our election and producing more than 3,500 ads to try and confuse our electorate to try to damage me, to the Chinese looking to influence policy, we should say no".
  • Family in agony after baby dies at Gaza protest

    Family in agony after baby dies at Gaza protest

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    But a doctor in Gaza told the Associated Press news agency that the infant may have had a pre-existing medical condition. A senior Israeli commander confirmed to Reuters that at least 60 Palestinians were killed Monday. The Israeli military said at least 24 of those killed on Monday were "terrorists with documented terror background" and majority were active operatives of Hamas.
  • France, Chechen Republic Head Trade Accusations Over Paris Attacker

    France, Chechen Republic Head Trade Accusations Over Paris Attacker

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    His parents, now living in Paris , have been taken into custody as well as a friend in Strasbourg described as the "individual closest" to Azimov, according to a source close to the investigation. He rejected criticism from opponents of President Emmanuel Macron that the government was not doing enough to stem such attacks, saying: "Zero risk does not exist".
  • Trump's Ramadan Message: Muslims Add 'Richness' to 'Religious Tapestry of American Life'

    Trump's Ramadan Message: Muslims Add 'Richness' to 'Religious Tapestry of American Life'

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    Muslims follow a lunar calendar, and a moon-sighting methodology can lead to different countries declaring the start of Ramadan a day or two apart. During Ramadan , Muslims abstain from drinking and eating from dawn until dusk. Some Muslim Americans say their work day seems longer because they have to carry out their religious duties during Ramadan . The fasting goes on from dawn until sunset.
  • Anybody can be PM, Rahul popular with public', says Shatrughan Sinha

    Anybody can be PM, Rahul popular with public', says Shatrughan Sinha

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    Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday criticised Narendra Modi-led government over the increased fuel prices. "Naamdar, Kaamdar, Daamdar or for that matter any average Samajhdar can become Prime Minister if he has the numbers & support". "By the way, the president of the oldest party has really matured in last few years and has been raising some pertinent question which we are refusing to answer or even entertain".
  • Get back to ballot paper system in forthcoming elections: NCP

    Get back to ballot paper system in forthcoming elections: NCP

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    Talking to mediapersons here after the declaration of results of Karnataka assembly elections, Mr Patil said, "People do not believe in EVMs and numerous prominent people in the country are talking about possibility of tampering of EVMs in favour of a particular party".
  • Shining Sonam Kapoor At Cannes

    Shining Sonam Kapoor At Cannes

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    The 71 Cannes Film Festival is happening and Bollywood divas are out rocking the red carpet with their ravishing looks and unbelievable style. For the unversed, Sonam entered matrimony with businessman Anand Ahuja on May 8. On her first day, Sonam also had Pakistani beauty and Raees actor Mahira Khan accompanying her on the red carpet. On the second day, the actress pulled off a beige and yellow Vera Wang tulle dress.