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Video of what Georgia dad does to his infant son goes viral
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2018-05-23    0 views
A cellphone video of a Georgia dad doing his best to comfort his baby boy as he gets shots exploded on social media after the father posted the clip on Facebook days ago.

Antwon Lee is a first-time father. His newborn boy Debias King Lee was scheduled to receive shots at the pediatrician’s office on the same day that Lee’s father passed away, People reported.

Credit: Facebook/Debias King Lee
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Trump: North Korea Summit May Be Delayed
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2018-05-22    0 views
On Tuesday, May 22, President Donald Trump said the planned Singapore summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un may not work out for June 12, adding that the date could be delayed.

Trump made the remarks at an Oval Office meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. He said he still believes that Kim is “very serious” about denuclearization.

"I do think he's serious. I think he would like to see that happen. At the same time, he's going into a future that's different from what they've had. But I think he's absolutely very serious, yes,” Trump said.

The president said that Kim would be "extremely happy" if a deal between the two leaders works out.

“North Korea has a chance, really, to be a great country. And I think they should seize the opportunity and we'll soon find out whether or not they want to do that."

Moon said the "fate and the future" of the Korean Peninsula rests on the U.S.-North Korea summit.

"We're moving along and we'll see what happens,” Trump said. “There are certain conditions that we want and I think we'll get those conditions and if we don't, we don't have the meeting. And frankly, it has a chance to be a great, great meeting for North Korea and a great meeting for the world. If it doesn't happen, maybe it'll happen later. Maybe it'll happen at a different time.”
The World’s Largest Amphibian Is Being Bred To Extinction
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2018-05-21    0 views
The world’s largest amphibian is the Chinese giant salamander, which can grow up to 2 meters in length. They were once common in rivers across southeastern China. But today, most are found in commercial farms, which breed them to satisfy growing demand from the luxury food market.
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Ancient Babylonian tablet - world's first trig table
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2018-05-21    0 views
A 3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet was recently translated and might rewrite the history of math, suggesting that trigonometry may have been developed before the ancient Greeks.

The researchers said the tablet proves that the Babylonians developed trigonometry some 1,500 years prior to the Greeks.

“Our research reveals that Plimpton 322 describes the shapes of right-angle triangles using a novel kind of trigonometry based on ratios, not angles and circles,” Dr. Daniel Mansfield of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales Faculty of Science, said in a university news release. “It is a fascinating mathematical work that demonstrates undoubted genius. The tablet not only contains the world’s oldest trigonometric table; it is also the only completely accurate trigonometric table, because of the very different Babylonian approach to arithmetic and geometry.”
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New Pups on Display at Australian Reptile Park
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2018-05-21    0 views
The Australian Reptile Park announced the birth of four dingo pups in early May, just in time for Mother’s Day. New footage has been released of the adorable pups, which had already reached over 130,000 views on Facebook at time of writing.

The pups are yet to be named, but park staff are affectionately calling them the “Paw-some Foursome.”

The pups will be fully reliant on their mum Adina for the next few weeks, but they will be on display as they learn to walk, explore and play.
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Anonymous Letter Has Information on Pennsylvania Cold Case Murder Investigation, Police Say-teaser-update2
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2018-05-21    0 views
The Sunbury Police Chief wants to know who sent the anonymous letter containing information connecting the 1989 cold case murder of Barbara Miller to the homicide of another man.
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Anonymous Letter Has Information on Pennsylvania Cold Case Murder Investigation, Police Say-teaser-update
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2018-05-20    0 views
The Sunbury Police Chief wants to know who sent the anonymous letter containing information connecting the 1989 cold case murder of Barbara Miller to the homicide of another man.
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Anonymous Letter Has Information on Pennsylvania Cold Case Murder Investigation, Police Say-teaser
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2018-05-20    0 views
The Sunbury Police Chief wants to know who sent the anonymous letter containing information connecting the 1989 cold case murder of Barbara Miller to the homicide of another man.
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Man Slides Down Building Awning, Isn't Hurt-teaser update
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2018-05-20    0 views
A video posted to Instagram Thursday night shows a man slide down an awning at the Epicentre in Uptown before falling onto a car and rolling to the ground.
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Man Slides Down Building Awning, Isn't Hurt-teaser
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2018-05-20    0 views
A video posted to Instagram Thursday night shows a man slide down an awning at the Epicentre in Uptown before falling onto a car and rolling to the ground.
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21 injured in Texas chemical plant explosion, none missing
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2018-05-20    0 views
Police confirmed that 21 people were injured after an explosion went off at a chemical plant near Houston in Texas on Saturday.

"We have learned during the investigation that we had a pressure relief of a safety valve that led off some ethylene which caused a flash fire which caused the fire at the plant today and caused some of the injuries. We have a total of 21 employees that have been injured”, Chief Investigator Fire Marshal Operations Dean Hensley told the press.

“As far as we know there have been no fatalities, we are still at the hospital attending those who were injured”, he added.

Hensley also affirmed that there was nobody missing, as reported after the accident.

The incident took place at the Kuraray America Eval factory in Pasadena, which produces chemicals. Some 250 people were reportedly at the plant at the time of the explosion.
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Boeing 737 crashes in Cuba with 104 people on board-update
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2018-05-18    0 views
A Boeing 737 plane crashed on Friday (May 18) shortly after taking off from Havana's main airport, Cuban state-run media reported, adding that the number of casualties was not yet known.

The plane was a domestic flight going to Holguin, carrying 104 passengers, state-run TV said.

"It crashed between the locality of Boyeros and the village of Santiago de La Vegas", state-run TV said in its midday news broadcast, referring to an area some 20 km south of Havana.

A large plume of black smoke rose above the airport as ambulances and firefighters were rushing to the scene.

It was not immediately clear which carrier was operating the aircraft.
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Boeing 737 crashes in Cuba with 104 people on board
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2018-05-18    0 views
A Boeing 737 plane crashed on Friday (May 18) shortly after taking off from Havana's main airport, Cuban state-run media reported, adding that the number of casualties was not yet known.

The plane was a domestic flight going to Holguin, carrying 104 passengers, state-run TV said.

"It crashed between the locality of Boyeros and the village of Santiago de La Vegas", state-run TV said in its midday news broadcast, referring to an area some 20 km south of Havana.

A large plume of black smoke rose above the airport as ambulances and firefighters were rushing to the scene.

It was not immediately clear which carrier was operating the aircraft.
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Cuba- Plane Crash After Takeoff in Havana
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2018-05-18    0 views
A Boeing 737 operated by state airline Cubana crashed on takeoff from Jose Marti International Airport in Havana on Friday with 104 passengers and nine crew aboard, coming to rest in a farm field where firefighters sprayed the charred fuselage with hoses. There was no immediate word on casualties.

Officials said the plane was headed to the eastern city of Holguin when it crashed between the airport in southern Havana and the nearby town of Santiago de las Vegas.

The plane lay in a field of yuca-root plants and appeared heavily damaged and burnt. Firefighters were trying to extinguish its smoldering remains. Government officials including President Miguel Diaz-Canel rushed to the site, along with a large number of emergency medical workers and ambulances. Residents of the rural area said they had seen some survivors being taken away in ambulances.

A military officer who declined to provide his name to reporters said that there appeared to have been only three survivors in critical condition, but other officials declined to confirm that figure.

The plane was rented by Cubana, which has taken many of its aging planes out of service in recent months due to mechanical problems. Cuba's First Vice-President, Salvador Valdes Mesa, met Thursday with Cubana officials to discuss improvements in its heavily criticized service.
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Sheriff: Active shooter reported at Texas high school
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2018-05-18    0 views
SANTA FE, Texas—Law enforcement responded to a high school near Houston after an active shooter was reported on campus Friday, with at least one student saying she saw a man with a gun enter her classroom and start shooting as the class evacuated.

The Santa Fe school district issued an alert around 8 a.m. saying Santa Fe High School was on lockdown. Galveston County sheriff's Maj. Douglas Hudson said units were responding to reports of shots fired, but said he had no immediate details on whether anyone had been hurt.

One student told Houston television station KTRK in a telephone interview that a gunman came into her first-period art class and started shooting. The student said she saw one girl with blood on her leg as the class evacuated the room.

"We thought it was a fire drill at first but really, the teacher said, 'Start running,'" the student told the television station.

The student said she didn't get a good look at the shooter because she was running away. She said students escaped through a door at the back of the classroom.

Authorities have not yet confirmed that report. Aerial footage from the scene showed students standing in a grassy field and three life-flight helicopters landing at the school.

The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said it was responding to a shooting at the school.
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Trump shares emotional moment with mom of slain police officer
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2018-05-16    0 views
President Donald Trump went off script during the Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service on Tuesday, May 15, when he spotted in the audience the family of a New York City police officer assassinated less than a year ago.

The memorial, held on the West Front of the Capitol, honors law enforcement officers fallen in the line of duty.

In the middle of his speech, when Trump started to talk about ambush attacks on police, he mentioned Detective Miosotis Familia, who was fatally shot in an unprovoked attack on July 5, 2017.

Trump started to search in the crowd for Familia’s family and then invited them to join him on the stage.

Familia’s children, 20-year-old girl and 12-year-old boy and a girl, came up followed by their 90-year-old grandmother. Trump told them it wasn’t planned, but when he saw them in the audience, he had to invite them up. “Because you’re representing something so important,” Trump said.
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Tom Wolfe, pioneering 'New Journalist,' dead at 88
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2018-05-15    0 views
Author Tom Wolfe, an early practitioner of "new journalism" has died at the age of 88.

He died of an unspecified infection in a New York City hospital.

He chronicled everything from hippies to the space race before turning his eye to fiction.

Wolfe insisted that the only way to tell a great story was to go out and report it.

His writing style was rife with exclamation points, italics, and improbable words.

Among his acclaimed books were "The Right Stuff" and "The Bonfire of the Vanities."
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‘Melania’ surges in popularity for baby girl names-teaser
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2018-05-14    0 views
People love Melania more and more

They are showing it in a very personal way
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'Superman' star Margot Kidder dead at 69
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2018-05-14    0 views
Actress Margot Kidder, best known for playing Lois Lane in the “Superman” films in the 1970s and 1980s, has died at the age of 69, a funeral home in Montana said on Monday.

The Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, Montana said on its website that Kidder passed away on Sunday at her home in the town. The cause of death was not given and her manager did not return a request for comment.

Canadian-born Kidder appeared in more than 70 movies and TV shows, including “The Great Waldo Pepper,” “The Amityville Horror” and the 2014 children’s TV series “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour,” for which she won an Emmy award.

Kidder began her acting career in her 20s and shot to international fame playing the intrepid reporter Lois Lane in 1978’s “Superman,” opposite Christopher Reeve. She reprised the role again in “Superman II” (1980), “Superman III” (1983) and “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace” (1987).
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American Embassy Opens in Jerusalem
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2018-05-14    0 views
The United States embassy opened in Jerusalem on Monday, May 14, marking a historic moment in America’s relationship with Israel.

In December last year, President Donald Trump delivered on a campaign promise saying he would move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Israel’s official capital, Jerusalem.

“Today we open the United States embassy in Jerusalem, Israel,” U.S. ambassador to Israel David Friedman said at the beginning of the inaugural ceremony, attended by a U.S. delegation from Washington and Israeli leaders.

For decades, world leaders located their embassies in Tel Aviv to assuage Palestinians.

Palestinians seek to claim East Jerusalem as the capital of a state they want to establish. Israel regards all of the city, including the eastern sector it annexed in the 1967 Six-Day War, as its “eternal and indivisible capital.”
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Paris knife attacker was French citizen born in Chechnya
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2018-05-13    0 views
The aftermath of a fatal attack on Paris on Saturday night (12 May).

A 29-year-old man was killed and four others are wounded by an attacker who shouted 'Allahu akbar' as he stabbed his victims.

He was then shot dead by police.

Judicial sources say the assailant was born in Russia's Chechnya region but had obtained French citizenship.

His parents are being held for questioning by police, a source said.

A government spokesperson said the attacker was categorized as a 'fiche S,' an indication used by officials to flag people who may be a threat to national security.

The Islamic State says it was behind the attack, without providing evidence.

France has been on high alert following a string of attacks over the past three years, the deadliest of which was in Paris in November 2015 when 130 people were killed on attacks targeting the city's nightlife.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) WITNESS AND WAITER, SARAH GOUSSE, SAYING:

"I was in the kitchen, I was bringing food out and then we heard gun fire, two gun shots, we didn't know if it was the police or if it was someone else and I dropped to the floor and I felt like I was there for like five minutes, and the whole restaurant, we all dropped to the floor and so the customers in the window and then we just kind of stayed on the floor for a while."

French President Emmanuel Macron said France would "not yield an inch to the enemies of freedom," praising and praised police for "neutralizing the terrorist".
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Fists fly after verdicts are read in Florida court-teaser
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2018-05-13    0 views
A fight broke out inside a court in Florida after verdicts were read, Fox35 Orlando reported.

The chaos ensued in Ocala, Florida, as four young men were on trial for the slaying of Courtney London in 2016. After their guilty verdicts came in, a fracas ensued.
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Two Rescued After Scaffold Breaks Windows In NYC
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2018-05-11    0 views
Authorities say two workers were rescued after a scaffold platform started swinging and shattered windows on a luxury high-rise more than 40 stories above lower Manhattan.

The Fire Department says one passerby was hit with falling glass but declined medical treatment after the mishap Friday morning at a building under construction on Murray Street. It's about 10 blocks from the World Trade Center.

Fire Department Lt. Cris DiBenedetto says firefighters were "getting rained on by glass shards" as they arrived. They helped the workers off the scaffold and through a 45th-floor window.

The city Buildings Department says it found the scaffold hadn't been properly secured. The agency is still investigating and hasn't issued any violations as yet.

A call to the 64-story building's sales office wasn't immediately returned.
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Australian police find seven dead in rural town, guns seized
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2018-05-11    0 views
Australian police found seven dead people on Friday (May 11), including four children, in a rural town in the Margaret River wine-growing region, and said guns were involved in the killings.

The bodies of four children and three adults were found at or near a property in Osmington near the south-western tip of Australia, Western Australia's Commissioner of Police Chris Dawson told a news conference.

Dawson said firearms were found at the scene. He said there appeared to be gunshot wounds.

Gun crime in Australia fell sharply after strict controls were introduced in response to a mass shooting in 1996, when a lone gunman killed 35 people in Tasmania. That prompted the government to buy back or confiscate a million firearms and make it harder to buy new ones.

Australia has banned all semi-automatic rifles and all semi-automatic and pump-action shotguns, and has a restrictive system of licensing and ownership controls.

While there have been some mass killings since Port Arthur, the latest killings could prove to be the single biggest incident of gun-related deaths since 1996.
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Video Footage Released Showing Kim Jong Un Meeting With US Secretary of State-update
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2018-05-11    0 views
A video showing North Korea’s communist leader meeting with a U.S. official has been released.

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Pyongyang.
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2018-05-11    0 views
A video showing North Korea’s communist leader meeting with a U.S. official has been released.

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Pyongyang.
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Video Footage Released Showing Kim Jong Un Meeting With US Secretary of State
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2018-05-11    0 views
A video showing North Korea’s communist leader meeting with a U.S. official has been released.

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Pyongyang.
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Iran targets Israel from Syria, Israel responds
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2018-05-10    0 views
Confrontation between Iran and Israel escalated sharply in Syria early Thursday morning (May 10).

For the first time, Iranian forces launched rockets on Israeli army outposts in the Golan Heights from Syria.

The Iranian assault prompted a retaliation from Israel - one of the heaviest Israeli barrages in Syria since the conflict there began in 2011.

Syrian state media said the Israeli missile strikes hit a radar station, Syrian air defense positions and an ammunition dump.

Israel said its strikes on Syria focused on Iranian capabilities and hardware in the country and claimed they inflicted long-term damage on Iran's military in Syria.

The Israeli military also said Iran's missile attack on the Golan Heights inflicted no casualties and said that damage was "limited".

They also said the initial Iranian attack was carried out by the Quds Force, an external arm of Iran's Revolutionary Guards

Tensions between Israel and Iran have been on the rise in Syria and the incidents overnight highlighted the risk of a wider escalation between the two countries in the region.

Iran vowed retaliation after an Israeli air strike last month killed seven of its military personnel at a Syrian airbase.

Israel sees Iran as its biggest threat, and has targeted Iranian forces and their allies in Syria numerous times since the start of the Syrian civil war.
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Now Free, Americans Detained By North Korea Greeted by Trump
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2018-05-10    0 views
WASHINGTON—Three Americans took their first breaths of freedom as they stepped off their plane in Maryland early Thursday morning.

The three, who had been imprisoned in North Korea, were greeted by President Donald Trump and the First Lady on the tarmac at Andrews Air Force Base. Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen Pence also attended.

“This is a special night for these three really great people and congratulations on being in this country,” Trump said to the press who were waiting to capture the monumental moment.

“And I must tell you, I want to pay my warmest respects to the parents of Otto Warmbier who was a great young man who really suffered.”

Asked about the progress made with Kim Jong Un, Trump said, “Well we’re starting off on a new footing.”

“This is a wonderful thing that he released the folks early … a lot of very good things have happened.

“I really think he [Kim] wants to do something. I think he did this because he wants to do something and bring their country into the real world. I really believe that.

“A lot of progress has been made, and we’ll see what happens,” Trump said, referring to the upcoming summit with Kim in few weeks time.
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Trump: My Proudest Achievement Would be Denuclearizing Korean Peninsula
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2018-05-10    0 views
"My proudest achievement will be, this is a part of it but will be when we denuclearise that entire peninsula. This is what people have been waiting for a long time. Nobody thought we could be on this track in terms of speed. So I'm very honoured to work to have helped the three folks. They are great people. You know I got to speak to them on the plane, these are great people, they've been through a lot but it's a great honour. But the true honour is going to be if we have a victory in getting rid of nuclear weapons."
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Pompeo returns from N. Korea with U.S. detainees
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2018-05-09    0 views
3 Americans who were imprisoned in North Korea have been released, says President Donald Trump.

They are on a flight back to the United States with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

The release and return of the detainees is another major concession by Kim Jong Un.

Kim has already agreed to complete denuclearization and peace with South Korea.

The three Americans are missionary Kim Dong-chul and two teachers from a Pyongyang university.
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Military Aircraft Nose Dives Into Horizon and Explodes Outside Savannah Airport
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2018-05-09    0 views
A military C-130 aircraft crashed next to a road near Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport in Port Wentsworth, Georgia, on May 2, according to reports.

In this footage from a CCTV camera of a business located near the airport, an airplane descends nose first into the ground, and then a large plume of smoke rises above the horizon.

The local department of transportation said the plane crashed on a highway just north of the location where this video was filmed.

Five people were reportedly on board the plane, and all were killed, local media reported.

Credit: AP and Storyful
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President Trump Gives Remarks on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
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2018-05-08    0 views
"I am announcing today that the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal."
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North Korean leader Kim visits China, meets President Xi-teaser2
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2018-05-08    0 views
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited China and met President Xi Jinping, state media of both countries said on Tuesday, May 8, their second encounter in two months in a flurry of diplomatic engagement that has eased tensions on the Korean peninsula.

Their talks on Monday and Tuesday in the coastal city of Dalian come ahead of what would be a historic meeting between Kim and President Donald Trump that the White House has said could take place as soon as this month.
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