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Madeira bus accident: at least 29 killed in tourist buses

A bus carrying German tourists fell off the road and turned up on the island of Madeira in Portugal According to the national news agency Lusa, at least 29 people were killed and another 27 were injured in a crash near Caniço. Local mayor Filipe Sousa said all bus tourists were Germans, but some local people may also be among …

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North Korea test 'tactical' weapon, report says

The report, Thursday morning local time (Wednesday evening) KCNA, did not state exactly what kind of weapon was tested, nor its potential range. However, the description provided by the KCNA is that of a tactical weapon. ] No missile launch by the US Department of Defense. Kim praised the weapon's capabilities, the state-run agency reported. "I was often moved to …

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The DOJ confirms active research by Julian Assange

The Justice Department wrote to the Virginia County District Judge that the case needs to be protected from more than a year ago still in secret for ongoing activities. It is still not known to what extent the study on WikiLeaks and Assange is continuing, although in recent days it confirms CNN and other news that WikiLeaks is connected to …

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Trump Administration Announces New Measures Against Cuba

John Bolton, National Security Adviser, comes to talk at the lunch of the Association of Pig Veterans in 2019. April 17, Coral Gables, Florida. [Joe Raedle / Getty Images] Karen DeYoung Associate Editor and Senior National Security Correspondent April 17 14:16 Trump administration restores the boundaries that Cuban Americans can send to relatives of the island and, when ordering new …

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Millions of Notre-Dame Donors Pour In as France Focus on Recovery

José Vaz de Matos, a firefighter who cooperates with the Ministry of Culture to help protect buildings and works of art, said that if the fire reached the cathedral towers and wooden bells inside them, because the towers had a catastrophic chain reaction. "If the fire reached that wooden structure, the belfry was lost," he said. Vaz de Matos. "And …

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Dog rescued at sea: Oil rig workers rescue canine swimming 135 miles off Gulf of Thailand

Dog rescued 135 miles offshore Bangkok A worker on the rig belonging to Chevron Thailand, Vitisak Payalaw, on Facebook ” height=”743″ width=”620″ srcset=”https://cbsnews2.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/r/2019/04/17/a05fa049-5a26-4c1c-b51a-c9d946d27f9b/thumbnail/620×743/e7318c51f89ec94d0d3c4db47b250d40/thai-rescue-ap-19107145853078.jpg 1x, https://cbsnews2.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/r/2019/04/17/a05fa049-5a26-4c1c-b51a-c9d946d27f9b/thumbnail/1240×1486/2126ea4bcd6245e785c35314ee791356/thai-rescue-ap-19107145853078.jpg 2x”/> Vitisak Payalaw / AP                        They said they were lucky to spot it because they had been waves. Payalaw posted on a Facebook account, showing the rescued dog. "His eyes were so sad. They …

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Amazingly arrogant and annoying protesters of the uprising rebellion

On Monday and Tuesday, under the umbrella name 'Fall of extinction', London's climate protesters blocked traffic, thrown fake blood, and teased people trying to reach their lives peacefully. Interviews by many protesters who attached themselves to the truck (yes, you read this right), the BBC captured a common theme in favor of arguments for the necessary disruption. Police officers talked …

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The uprising rebellion London activists stuck to the DLR train

Media recovery not supported on your device Media headline Special police teams were used to remove a group from a DLR train Climate change activists got up on the train and stuck to the shipment on the third day of protest to "turn off London" [19659004] The protesters of the uprising rebellion block traffic on Monday at Marble Arch, Waterloo …

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Makron's vow to restore the cathedral is unrealistic, warned experts

Send newsletters Get alert messages and special messages. t t April 17, 10:08 GMT / Updated April 17, 10:16 GMT F. Brinley Bruton The cathedrals often took medieval times for more than a century – a process that sometimes covered the life of several monarchs So French President Emmanuel Macron committed himself to restoring the fire-damaged Notre Dame in five …

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