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This wild black leopard was photographed with a Camtraptions camera trap in Laikipia Wilderness Camp, Kenya. 'Collectively these are the first confirmed images in almost 100 years of black leopard in Africa , and this region is the only known spot in all of Africa to have black leopard'.
  • Rep. Omar Apologizes for Tweets About Support for Israel

    Rep. Omar Apologizes for Tweets About Support for Israel

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    Omar questioned the financial relationship between AIPAC , the powerful pro-Israel lobby, and members of Congress in tweets over the weekend . "At a time when anti-Semitism is on the rise in the United States and overseas, Rep Omar is promoting the ugly, anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that Jews have an outsized influence over politics", said Jonathan A Greenblatt, CEO and national director of the Anti-Defamation League.
  • 'Miracle' newborn baby rescued from South African storm drain

    'Miracle' newborn baby rescued from South African storm drain

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    The baby was stabalised on scene before she was transported to hospital. "A helicopter is inbound to transport the baby to a nearby hospital as soon as possible", said Jamieson. KZN EMS spokesperson Robert McKenzie said: "It's good news for the ending of this rescue today". Others have also been saying that the mother of the baby should not be judged because no one knows her circumstances .
  • Mixed bag of weather results in special weather statement for region

    Mixed bag of weather results in special weather statement for region

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    Earlier in the week Seattle got snow that caused much of the city to come to a grinding halt. The National Weather Service has decreased forecast snow totals for Northeastern Minnesota, however, with only a 30 percent chance that Duluth, the Iron Range and most of the North Shore will see 6 inches or more.
  • USA envoy: more work needed before Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam

    USA envoy: more work needed before Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam

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    Additionally, U.S. intelligence heads don't believe complete denuclearization is a likely outcome for North Korea . After years of criticism over its human rights record and its development of nuclear weapons, Kim has gained global legitimacy with his outreach to Trump and the South Korean government.
  • Governor of Mexican State Coahuila: No More Migrants

    Governor of Mexican State Coahuila: No More Migrants

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    The border is marked mainly by the Rio Grande and lacks the long sections of high barriers found in Tijuana. Asylum seekers have traditionally been granted the right to stay in the United States while their cases were decided by a US immigration judge, but a backlog of more than 800,000 cases means the process can take years.
  • Canadian serial killer gets life sentence

    Canadian serial killer gets life sentence

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    Triple killer Dellen Millard must wait 75 years to seek parole - he'll be 102. "We should all remember the victims today: Majeed Kayhan, Dean Lisowick , Soroush Mahmudi , Skandaraj Navaratnam , Abdulbasir Faizi, Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam , Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen ".
  • IS down to less than 1% of original 'caliphate': US-led coalition

    IS down to less than 1% of original 'caliphate': US-led coalition

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    The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria's ( ISIS ) "caliphate" has shrunk to less than 1 per cent of its original size, the US-led coalition has said, as a final onslaught in eastern Syria loomed. More than 37,000 people, mostly wives and children of militants, have fled IS territory since the SDF intensified its offensive in December, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
  • Trump is in ‘very good health’, says White House doctor

    Trump is in ‘very good health’, says White House doctor

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    Trump has admitted that he has not hewn closely to his diet plan. "The president received a diet and exercise plan a year ago after his annual physical, but the president admits he has not followed it religiously", said Hogan Gidley, the principal deputy White House press secretary.
  • AG Nominee Barr Clears Committee Ahead of Final Senate Vote

    AG Nominee Barr Clears Committee Ahead of Final Senate Vote

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    But Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal said that, the "central issue for us, on the Attorney General of the United States, is will he be the people's lawyer or the president's?" "I appreciate what Mr. "In fact, as part of our oversight responsibilities, Congress routinely requests, and receives, confidential information related to closed investigations".
  • US Intelligence: MBS Vowed to Use 'Bullet' on Jamal Khashoggi

    US Intelligence: MBS Vowed to Use 'Bullet' on Jamal Khashoggi

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    If all that failed, the prince added, then maybe the answer was " a bullet ", the Times said , citing the officials who had seen the intelligence reports on the conversation. The prince suggested that if Khashoggi did not willingly return to Saudi Arabia, he might have to be brought back forcibly, the Times reported. Not long after the journalist's murder, a preliminary investigation by the Central Intelligence Agency found it had been carried out under orders from the prince.
  • Storm Erik SNOW and GALES, warn Met Office

    Storm Erik SNOW and GALES, warn Met Office

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    Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges are likely and some short term loss of power and other services is possible, said the Met Office . 'Meanwhile, in the north it's going to be a fairly bright day. Mr Garner added: "There will be a strong north-westerly winds on Sunday to end the weekend".
  • Thailand party accepts king's opposition to Princess Ubolratana PM bid

    Thailand party accepts king's opposition to Princess Ubolratana PM bid

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    The Thai Election Commission has until next Friday, Feb. 15, to accept or reject the princess's candidacy for the March 24 elections. Ubolratana's announcement followed a long period of mourning for King Bhumibol , who died in October 2016, and as her brother establishes himself on the throne in preparation for an official coronation in May.
  • Kate Brown says Virginia governor should resign

    Kate Brown says Virginia governor should resign

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    The allegation follows recent calls for Gov. Ralph Northam to resign over a photo of two individuals - one in Blackface and one in a Ku Klu Klan outfit - that appeared on his 1984 yearbook page, and he admitting that he darkened his face for a dance competition in the 1980s.
  • Acting attorney general: I have 'not interfered' with Mueller investigation

    Acting attorney general: I have 'not interfered' with Mueller investigation

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    Though clearly exasperated - he drew gasps and chuckles when he told the committee chairman that his five-minute time limit for questions was up - Whitaker nonetheless sought to assuage Democratic concerns by insisting he had never discussed the Mueller probe with Trump or other White House officials, and that there'd been no change in its "overall management".
  • Unresponsive, frozen cat saved by caring vets

    Unresponsive, frozen cat saved by caring vets

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    Vets at the Animal Clinic of Kalispell used warm water, warming blankets and heating pads to bring Fluffy's temperature up and back to life. The staff struggled to get an IV in her right away. Dr Clark said Fluffy's owners didn't do anything wrong. "We'll see if Fluffy likes that or Fluffy doesn't like that", Dr Clark said. Fluffy she gained consciousness, but her temperature remained too low.