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Members of Parliament and legislators belonging to Panneerselvam group have also joined the protest and have extended their support. On Monday, the State government released the treatment summary of Jayalalithaa and said she had neither suffered trauma nor had she been given any wrong medication.
  • Wood stove blamed in New England fire that killed woman, 4 children

    Wood stove blamed in New England fire that killed woman, 4 children

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    Town Coordinator David Young said town residents were still grappling with the shattering news. Seago's husband, Scott, and a fifth child escaped the fire. Officials said the home was fully engulfed by the time they arrived and were initially told that everyone inside the home had been accounted for. They say the cause of the blaze is likely a wood stove in the kitchen and accidental in nature.
  • EU Parliament lifts Le Pen immunity over gruesome tweets

    EU Parliament lifts Le Pen immunity over gruesome tweets

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    Le Pen, a leading candidate in this year's French presidential election, posted her tweets in response to a journalist who drew an analogy between her anti-immigration National Front party and IS extremists. Foley's family - her acceptance of their distress and distaste at the image's distribution, although widely available elsewhere online, led Le Pen to, respectfully, delete the tweet.
  • Supporters gather for 'March 4 Trump' rallies around US

    Supporters gather for 'March 4 Trump' rallies around US

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    Meanwhile, another individual come over and started handing out muffins, talking calmly with a handful of people in the Trump rally, and handing out flyers that said "Food Not Bombs" and promoting free vegan and vegetarian food at the square at 2 p.m.
  • McDonald's Will Soon Offer Delivery

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    McDonald's executives on Wednesday unveiled an ambitious plan to win back lost customers by offering mobile and kiosk ordering, expanding delivery options and continuing to improve the quality of its food. 'Coupled with the explosive growth in third-party delivery companies, the landscape has created an exceptional opportunity for growth. "Restaurant delivery is a $100 billion market and it's exploded", Senior Vice President Lucy Brady, who runs strategy for the chain, said at the event.
  • Rights groups says Philippine police has falsified evidence

    Rights groups says Philippine police has falsified evidence

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    Duterte's response to the human rights report was a little bit different. "In due time, your president and those who blindly enforce his illegal orders to kill, fabricate evidence and concoct lies will be held accountable", De Lima said in a handwritten note posted on her official Facebook page on Friday.
  • Cuomo set for Israel visit in support of Jewish community

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    Cuomo visited Israel in August 2014 during his re-election bid, and he planned to go again in last September, but the trip was cancelled after a fatal train crash in New Jersey. "We wanted to applaud them for standing up to the ugliness that they've seen". "If anything it seems like it's getting worse". "We have Bomb threats, desecration of Jewish cemeteries, swastikas, racist slogans, that literally have appeared from one end of this state to the other".
  • Mattis Angry Over Reports Disputing Value of Yemen Raid

    Mattis Angry Over Reports Disputing Value of Yemen Raid

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    The U.S. official familiar with the intelligence gathered from the raid told ABC News that information obtained in the January 28 raid included contacts on hundreds of AQAP sympathizers in the Middle East and in the West. President Donald Trump, the Pentagon, and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer have consistently said the intelligence gained from the raid was valuable, and would save American lives.
  • Abuse survivor quits Vatican commission

    Abuse survivor quits Vatican commission

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    She told the newspaper she can no longer listen to public statements about the deep concern in the Church for abuse victims when the Vatican refuses to even acknowledge their letters. "Quite frankly, the clerical world does not understand what this is all about". She said she had pledged when she joined the commission that she would quit the moment she felt "what was happening behind closed doors was in conflict with what was being said to the public".