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by | July 16, 2019 | 15:33

Judge Richard Moore is allowed to go lower than the jury's recommendation , but can't go higher. But he said Fields had received psychological treatment throughout his life and his mental health issues do not excuse his crimes. Lee. Violent skirmishes between the two sides prompted police to declare an unlawful assembly and to order the groups to disband before the rally could even begin.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:34

Recently divers swimming in Cornwall's oceans came across a huge jellyfish, as big as the human body. Daly was filming her dive with the jellyfish for her own project called Wild Ocean Week , a seven-day awareness campaign in which she celebrates oceans, documents related conservation issues, and raises funds for United Kingdom not-for-profit The Marine Conservation Society .

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:30

Locals are also contributing to the rescue operations as the area is hard to access due to narrow lanes and dense structures. "More than 40 people are feared trapped". The building is believed to have collapsed approximately 11:40am local time. 2 reported dead as per MHADA Chairman. Apart from NDRF personnel, police teams, 10 ambulances and fire trucks are at the location.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:29

The environmental activist group is calling for greater government action against the climate emergency . Yesterday's demonstrations - targeting London , Cardiff, Leeds, Bristol and Glasgow - caused disruption to traffic in parts of the cities.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:23

Instagram allowed the account that posted a gory image of a slain teenage social media infulencer to stay active for almost a day - and at one point even put a "sensitive content filter" over the sick picture and continued letting people view it, according to reports and information from the company Monday.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:21

Initially scheduled for liftoff from Sriharikota on 15 July at 2.51 am IST, India's second unmanned mission to the Moon, named Chandrayaan 2 , has been put on hold citing technical issues, and a changed countdown is to be announced shortly.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:15

According to the BBC , Avon and Somerset police said there had been a small number of reports of a man jumping out at people in the area. Reports on social media surfaced over the weekend showing a photograph of what appeared to be a person in a black body suit, which covered their face and had red slit eyes.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:17

Rashida Tlaib from Detroit, weren't natural-born American citizens. Over the weekend he wrote that the lawmakers should " go back " to the countries they and their families came from. "And there are a lot of people who want to whitewash [that] and I think we have to be very consistent in calling them out, regardless of whether it makes people uncomfortable or not".

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:14

The leader of the Brexit party, Nigel Farage, accused Von der Leyen of wanting to build "a centralised, undemocratic, updated form of communism where nation state parliaments will cease to have any relevance at all". "This will protect our citizens and reduce the pressure on member states's finances during external shocks", von der Leyen said in the letters. It will be keenly followed in the Brussels EU institutions and in the 28 European capitals.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:12

Sonowal also said that he has asked the state ministers and all public representatives including MLAs to extend their helping hands to the victims of flood and involve themselves in the rescue operations by being themselves beside the affected people.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:11

Erwan Ferrieux, from France (L) and Hugo Palmer, from England (R). A human bone was found in the water at nearby Flynns Beach on 15 June and two days later another two bones were found in the water at nearby Flat Rock. Police Superintendent Paul Fehon said: "We believe from the DNA comparisons that (they belong) to Erwan Ferrieux". Bones recovered from the sea match Mr Ferrieux's DNA, police said, adding further testing would be "conclusive".

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:08

It took off from Umea airport shortly after 1.30pm and plummeted at about 2pm local time just 2km away. The plane is believed to have been a single-engine GippsAero GA8 Airvan, similar to a Cessna. Queen Silvia of Sweden and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden leave the christening of Princess Adrienne of Sweden at Drottningholm Palace Chapel on June 8, 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:11

Following protracted efforts to purchase an air defense system from the USA with no success, Ankara signed a contract in 2017 to purchase the S-400s from Russian Federation. Despite its membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization ( NATO ), Turkey has repeatedly declared that it will not take back the $2.5 billion contract signed with Moscow in December 2017.

by | July 16, 2019 | 15:08

Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar - where more than a million Rohingya refugees are encamped after fleeing a military crackdown in Myanmar - has been hit by at least 58.5cm of rain this month. In Bangladesh, at least a dozen people, mostly farmers, have been killed by lightning since Saturday as monsoon rains battered parts of the low-lying country.

by | July 16, 2019 | 14:29

The even was caught on video by attendee at the park , and you can hear the terrifying snap of the pendulum chord, and watch the carriage section holding the strapped in passengers on the ride to fall 20 feet into the ground below. The pipe of the main shaft broke and crashed on the ground. Skydive rides have also caused accidents, with two girls sustaining injuries after they were thrown out of such a ride at the Geauga County Maple Festival in 2010, reported the Vindicator .

by | July 16, 2019 | 14:13

China claims self-ruled and vote based Taiwan as its very own and has never denied the utilization of power to bring it under Beijing's control. Geng Shuang, the spokesperson for the foreign ministry, said the arms sale were a breach of worldwide treaty and has harmed China's national security and sovereignty.

by | July 16, 2019 | 13:38

Michael Banks, the agent in charge of the McAllen station Pence visited, told the Associated Press that numerous men had not showered for 10 or 20 days and said some had been detained there for as long as 32 days. President Donald Trump is defending the conditions of the border detention facilities visited by Vice President Mike Pence on Friday. "Sorry, can't let them into our country".

by | July 16, 2019 | 13:32

Climate protesters have blocked a key city centre route in Cardiff. The five boats unveiled on Monday were each named after an environmental activist and bore the message "act now". A message saying "The future you fear is already here" is on the other side of the vessel. It's only going to get worse. In London , activists gathered outside the Royal Courts of Justice with their blue vessel, called the Polly Higgins in honour of an environmental lawyer who died this year.

by | July 16, 2019 | 13:27

Pakistan had earlier said it would not open its airspace for commercial flights until India removed its fighter jets from forward Indian airbases. On Tuesday morning, the Pakistani Civil Aviation Authority released a statement, saying it had issued a notice to airmen (NOTAM) just after midnight on Tuesday, that opens the Pakistani airspace for " all types of civilian traffic ".

by | July 16, 2019 | 13:10

More than 500 of the planes are now stored around the globe, including about 150 newly built models that haven't been delivered to airlines because of the March 13 flight ban. The plane was grounded after two devastating crashes in the space of five months that saw 350 people lose their lives. United, for instance, was anticipating a complete of 30 MAX jets by year-end, that means that its every day flight cancellations are rising for each month that the plane is grounded.