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Tiger attacks and mauls zookeeper in Topeka, Kansas

Tiger attacks and mauls zookeeper in Topeka, Kansas

Reports claim the animal which carried out the attack was a male Sumatran tiger called Sanjiv. The zookeeper was "alert and awake" at the time she was taken to the hospital, Hadfield said. "Some of our staff witnessed some things that you hope you go through a career without witnessing", Wiley said. "There is absolutely no consideration to euthanize Sanjiv", the zoo director shared, explaining that Sumatran tigers are a critically endangered species and the animal was simply behaving ... Read More

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Trump goes after 'Crazy Mueller Report' insisting parts are 'fabricated & totally untrue'

Trump goes after 'Crazy Mueller Report' insisting parts are 'fabricated & totally untrue'

Sarah Huckabee Sanders , when facing federal investigators under oath, admitted that she lied about the Comey firing, the Mueller report revealed. "Therefore, she should be let go, she should be fired". "I'm sure that there are some people that are disappointed, but I certainly heard from a large number of individuals - and that's just myself - and I don't even know that many people in the Federal Bureau of Investigation". Read More

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Afghan communications ministry attacked, seven killed

Afghan communications ministry attacked, seven killed

The police said a bomber blew himself up outside the ministry, clearing the way for the other attackers to enter the building and the heavily guarded government compound in central Kabul . Shahzad Aryobee, Minister of Communications and Information Technologies, said on Twitter that "I strongly condemn terrorist attack martyred 5 of our colleagues". Read More

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Donald Trump Will Not Get the Republican Nomination Without a Fight

Donald Trump Will Not Get the Republican Nomination Without a Fight

Appearing on CNN's The Lead Weld told host Jake Tapper that he would be "ashamed" of himself if he chose not to run and Trump were re-elected. Weld was on the ticket as a Libertarian vice presidential candidate in 2016. "I am ready to lead that fight", the former governor declared. "That's a real threat to us as a country", Weld said. Weld does have an impressive fiscal conservative record. Read More

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Deer kills man, injures woman in attack north of Melbourne

Deer kills man, injures woman in attack north of Melbourne

The couple were named as Mandi and Paul McDonald. Australian Deer Association's Barry Howlett warned that male deers grew aggressive and territorial during mating season, which was around this time of year. A study into Australian deaths caused by animals undertaken by the University of Melbourne's Dr Ronelle Welton showed no fatal deer attacks between 2000 to 2013. Read More

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Trump’s plan of sending immigrants to sanctuary cities under review: White House

Trump’s plan of sending immigrants to sanctuary cities under review: White House

The IRS has already missed the April 10 deadline Neal set in his initial request . Congressional Republicans, meanwhile, have said little, fearful of going up against a president popular with their base. Nadler said Trump has "no moral authority" for talking about September 11. "Frankly, the people don't care". "The president has told people close to him that the attempt to receive his returns were an invasion of his privacy and a further example of the Democratic-led" witch hunt" - ... Read More

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Sydney Monfries' death after fall from Fordham clock tower under investigation

Sydney Monfries' death after fall from Fordham clock tower under investigation

In 2013, a school official told the Fordham Ram that the tower was "rather dangerous" and therefore "off limits" to students. "I heard they were just getting a better view of the city", one senior student said. School spokesman Bob Howe told the New York Post the tower was "always locked" and that the organisation was looking into whether the lock had been tampered with. Read More

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100 million people at risk as deadly storms and tornadoes march east

100 million people at risk as deadly storms and tornadoes march east

The massive storm system that killed several people from Texas to MS is now barreling east, threatening to spawn tornadoes and other catastrophic weather from New England to the Gulf Coast. The National Weather Service said preliminary information showed an EF-3 tornado touched down with winds of 140 miles per hour. A potent storm system is working toward the region and will bring an increased threat for severe weather later tonight into Sunday. Read More

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France could offer Julian Assange political asylum

France could offer Julian Assange political asylum

In 2012, Assange sought asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London in 2012 in a bid to avoid extradition to Sweden , which had issued a warrant for his arrest on sexual harassment and rape charges. It follows confirmation from the Crown Prosecution Service that in the event of competing extradition requests for the same person, it falls to the home secretary to decide which one goes first. Read More

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Giuliani: Not Worried ‘At All’ About Mueller Report

Giuliani: Not Worried ‘At All’ About Mueller Report

The Electronic Privacy Information Center, which brought the suit hours after Mueller announced he had completed his investigation, "inexplicably ignores the Attorney General's statements that the Department and the Special Counsel "are well along in the process" of preparing the Mueller Report for release, and that he anticipates that the report will be released 'by mid-April, if not sooner, ' " the Justice Department wrote to a federal judge on Friday. Read More

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Secret Service Chief Out, Other DHS Officials May Be Next

Secret Service Chief Out, Other DHS Officials May Be Next

Elizabeth Warren called for an investigation into the circumstances surrounding President Donald Trump's decision to fire the Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex" Alles in a series of tweets Monday. Just five days ago, Trump said he "could not be happier with Secret Service" following the Mar-a-Lago incident. "These two reports are deeply troubling, raising additional concerns about how the White House is handling Secret Service security matters at Mar-A-Lago and elsewhere". Read More

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‘Our country is full’: Trump says migrants straining system

‘Our country is full’: Trump says migrants straining system

Giving himself credit for tough diplomacy, President Donald Trump is describing a burst of activity by Mexican authorities to keep Central American migrants from getting to the USA border. "The event, whose location was leaked to TMZ, drew a tiny crowd, with four flag-clad supporters in MAGA hats, and 10 protesters holding a banner that read " TRUMP AND PENCE MUST GO.' More than one passing driver blared YG and Nipsey Hussle's 'F*ck Donald Trump"," the report maintained. Read More

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Can Libya's strongman Khalifa Haftar capture Tripoli?, Africa News & Top Stories

Can Libya's strongman Khalifa Haftar capture Tripoli?, Africa News & Top Stories

Haftar, commander of the self-proclaimed Libyan National Army (LNA), launched an offensive on Thursday to take the capital, held by a UN-backed unity government and an array of militias. The council "called on LNA forces to halt all military movements" and "on all forces to de-escalate military activity", said German Ambassador Christoph Heusgen, who holds the council's presidency. Read More

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Nadler wants the full Mueller report. What happens if Barr says no?

Nadler wants the full Mueller report. What happens if Barr says no?

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders brushed off reports that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team are troubled by Attorney General Bill Barr's summary of their report in a Thursday interview on Fox News. "As the Attorney General stated in his March 29th letter to Chairman [Lindsey] Graham and Chairman [Jerrold] Nadler, he does not believe the report should be released in 'serial or piecemeal fashion, ' " said Kerri Kupec, a department spokeswoman. Read More

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