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People Woman found holding her eyeballs outside SC church
Author: 0 Woman found holding her eyeballs outside SC church

Elizabeth Hiott says she felt like dispatchers didn't at first believe her when she called 911. The woman has not been identified because she was not charged with any crime, authorities said. "Most of our deputies have never seen anything like that", Sheriff Chad McBride said. The woman was airlifted to a hospital. The lady was carried to a healing facility, however her condition is obscure at this stage.

People No evidence that Border Patrol agent was attacked before death in Texas
Author: 0 No evidence that Border Patrol agent was attacked before death in Texas

The memo also states that due to his injuries, Garland's ability to recall the events has been impaired. "The FBI had identified two persons of interest, but through forensic analysis both have been determined not to have had anything to do with the death of Agent Martinez and the injuries to his partner", according to the statement.

People US Senate leaders reach long-term, bipartisan budget deal to avert shutdown
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It does not include DACA protections, despite it being the Democrats' loudest, most passionate issue for the last several weeks - one that even caused a government shutdown . " Republicans in Congress should step away from Chuck Schumer's negotiating table and work to pass a budget that balances by making tough choices and eliminates our more than $20 trillion in debt".

People House vote set to avoid shutdown and fund Pentagon for full year
Author: 0 House vote set to avoid shutdown and fund Pentagon for full year

Democrats had been demanding "parity" as part of the deal , meaning that domestic spending gets the same increase the defense spending gets as part of any deal. Immigration reform was a key point of debate during the previous government shutdown until Schumer secured votes to end the shutdown after McConnell promised a vote on DACA funding in the future.

People United States forces in Syria to support Kurdish allies
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Washington has reiterated unsubstantiated allegations that the Syrian government carried out multiple gas attacks against a "rebel" stronghold in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta, raising the prospect of a new USA attack on forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad.

People 5 arrested for firing in Srinagar hospital, helping Pak terrorist escape
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His escape, said state police chief SP Vaid, had been carefully planned with active collaboration from inside the jail. The BJP today called for a thorough inquiry into the terror attack in SMHS hospital in Srinagar , saying Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI has evolved a new strategy of freeing terrorists from police custody.

People Women Claim Toddlers' Eyebrows Waxed At Daycare
Author: 0 Women Claim Toddlers' Eyebrows Waxed At Daycare

Another mother from the same center, Glenda Maria Cruz , also posted that her son's eyebrows were waxed on the same day. She's also reached out to other moms from the daycare, including Glenda Maria Cruz , who also claims her son's unibrow was waxed that same day.

People Yellow warning of ice issued for Bucks
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The UK is braced for more wintry conditions with snow and ice warnings continuing in many parts of the country. Issued by the meteorological office this morning (Thursday, February 8) at 8:00am, the weather warning will come into effect tonight at 9:00pm and will last until 9:00am tomorrow morning.

Author: 0 S Korean president to meet North's delegation

The North has shifted to a peace offensive following a series of ballistic missile and nuclear tests in 2017. However, the missiles themselves may not be viable - some believe that Pyongyang does not trot out viable missiles out of fear of an accident.

People Korea Gets Flexible with N. Korea Sanctions for Olympics
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Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Thirteen more Russians joined the legal push to beat their country's doping ban and take part in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Thursday, taking the total number of appeals to 60 one day before the opening ceremony.

People European Stock Markets In Jittery Recovery
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The selling was broad, hitting companies of all sizes across industries. The euro was sold off on Monday but popped back up to $1.2435 on Tuesday. Volatility was evident Wednesday across financial markets. U.S. stocks were pummelled on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling nearly 1,200 points, the biggest single day fall in points terms in its history.

People Israeli Police Will Recommend Indicting Netanyahu
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Referencing the media reports , broadcast on Israeli television Wednesday evening, of an imminent police recommendation to indict, the Prime Minister sought to reassure his Facebook fans that he knew exactly how things would unfold: "The recommendations will come".

People Snow totals hold true to Storm Team 27 forecast
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The forecast for Wednesdayday calls for snow to start around 10 a.m., and continue well into the evening. For now, if you have travel plans on Friday you should have a backup plan ready as roads in all directions will be covered with snow again later this week.

People Trade deals can not make up for Brexit losses, says leaked report
Author: 0 Trade deals can not make up for Brexit losses, says leaked report

The estimated impact of Brexit on the UK's industrial sectors are what drive the eye-watering hits to growth over the next decade-and-a-half that have been forecast in certain parts of the country. In the West Midlands there could be a 13% decline in GDP, while Northern Ireland could suffer a 12% fall. Impact assessment: "Utterly grim reading", says SNP.

People Turkish military rejects propaganda against Afrin op
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The Observatory also said the death toll from air strikes in Idlib city on Sunday had risen to 11, with more dead pulled from the rubble of destroyed buildings. The U.N. mission in Damascus warned Tuesday of "dire consequences" to the humanitarian crises in Syria, identifying seven areas needing urgent relief.

People Trump trying to derail Russian Federation probe, say U.S. voters in poll
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Another 51 percent approve of Mr. Trump's handling of the economy, in spite of his overall approval negative approval rating, which stands at 40 percent. Tim Malloy, assistant director for the poll, said in a news release that the recent State of the Union speech may have helped Trump's standing with voters.

People Cyborg to the rescue: UFC 222 tabs new headliner
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It looks like now the UFC are trying to throw Cris Cyborg on the card to defend her women's UFC featherweight title against former Invicta FC bantamweight champ Yana Kunitskaya . With Max Holloway unable to defend his featherweight title at UFC 222 because of an injury, the UFC turned to its women's featherweight champion to save the show.

People Bangladesh ex-PM Khaleda Zia proclaims innocence ahead of graft verdict
Author: 0 Bangladesh ex-PM Khaleda Zia proclaims innocence ahead of graft verdict

Her party had boycotted the 2014 polls over its demands for an election-time non-party government, and became the opposition outside parliament. Zia is charged with embezzling US$252,000, (RM989) from a trust created for an orphanage. Around 3,500 opposition activists and officials were arrested in a sweep by security forces ahead of the verdict according to BNP spokesman Rizvi Ahmed.

People PM Modi tears into Congress legacy, says it back-stabbed Patel
Author: 0 PM Modi tears into Congress legacy, says it back-stabbed Patel

The Congress parliamentary party chairperson also said that the process of party's revival has started under Rahul Gandhi . For decades, one party devoted all their energies in singing paeans to one family. "'When a big tree falls'". RAHUL VERSUS SHEHZAD POONAWALA Targeting lack of democracy in the Congress from pre-independence days to present days, from Sardar Patel to Shehzad Poonawala who was not allowed to contest, Modi referred to Rahul Gandhi's coronation as party chief in ...

People Almost 11.8 million enroll for Obamacare in 2018
Author: 0 Almost 11.8 million enroll for Obamacare in 2018

The outlook for next year, however, remains unclear. Starting in 2019, Congress has repealed the law's unpopular requirement that most people carry health insurance or risk fines from the IRS. According to the data, plan selections in states that operate SBM or SBM-FPs outpaced selections in states that use the FFM, with plan selections in the 17 SBM and SBM-FP state-based marketplaces and the District of Columbia showing a slight increase over past year compared to a 5.3 percent total drop in ...

People Las Vegas police search for potential serial killer after 4 shot
Author: 0 Las Vegas police search for potential serial killer after 4 shot

The victim survived the shooting. The police captain noted at the press conference Tuesday that the only reason they aren't officially calling the suspect a serial killer is that the amount of deceased victims in one timeframe does not yet meet the FBI's definition of a serial killer.

People Soon, 'toughest ever' United States sanctions on N Korea
Author: 0 Soon, 'toughest ever' United States sanctions on N Korea

However, North Korea's biggest backer, China, has failed to agree to an oil embargo that would hurt the economy of Kim Jong-un. Ms Yo-jong, thought to be 28, was promoted to North Korea's politburo by her brother a year ago as an alternate member of the decision-making political arm of the ruling party.

People Paul Thissen quits governor's race after poor DFL caucus showing
Author: 0 Paul Thissen quits governor's race after poor DFL caucus showing

Both parties will conduct non-binding straw polls for governor. And early results of the poll showed many voters weren't ready to make their minds up, with almost 1 in 5 Republican voters uncommitted and 1 in 7 Democrats undecided. But the results of such polls are rarely indicative of which candidates will win the nomination. State Rep. Paul Thissen is dropping out of the governor's race after a poor showing in Tuesday night's caucuses.

People Ernst calls for Nassar investigation
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Larry Nassar . Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., Sen. Johnny Isakson of Georgia and Republican Sen. At least one congressional committee already is expected to hold a hearing to investigate how the abuse was allowed to persist. "This investigation is so important because we should know what happened, to make sure it doesn't happen again". The father, Randall Margraves, had asked the judge for a few minutes alone with Nassar.

People Mattis Blasts Lawmakers for Failing to Reach Budget Deal
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His comments came the same day that the House was expected to pass an appropriations bill for the Defense Department for the rest of the fiscal year, which included about $700 billion total spending. "That support should not be conditioned on any other issue". Smith said he bristled at accusations that Democrats were responsible for the budget situation, calling Republican's proposed cuts to non-defense appropriations including education and infrastructure projects and shrinking State ...

People Australia's eight best medal chances at the 2018 Winter Olympics
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Kim because she is "part of the agency in North Korea who's responsible for propaganda, for censorship, controlling information so that the people of the country do not know about the rest of the world", says the Treasury Department. Both Kim Yo Jong and Choe Hwi have been directly sanctioned by the United States government, accused of human rights violations because they are both involved in censorship activities.

People Downed Su-25 jet pilot's body handed over to Russian Federation
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In a separate statement, the Kremlin said that the Hero of Russian Federation award, the country's top honour, had been posthumously bestowed upon Filipov for his "heroism, courage and bravery". Russia's defence ministry also said it had asked Turkey for help in receiving the wreckage of the Su-25 warplane. On Saturday, the ministry said in another statement that its air force carried a massive strike against an area in Idlib controlled by the group, in retaliation to the downing of the jet, ...

People Trump aide quits amid spousal-abuse claims
Author: 0 Trump aide quits amid spousal-abuse claims

A senior White House official announced Wednesday he will resign following allegations by his two ex-wives of physical and emotional abuse. The then White House staff secretary , Rob Porter , center, hands Donald Trump a document in the Oval Office in January 2017, as the then chief of staff Reince Priebus, right, watches.