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Almost 34 percent of teens surveyed wish they'd learned more about how to handle distractions, such as technology, in the vehicle while driving demonstrating that teens are aware that technology can be a harmful distraction rather than a helpful tool if not used correctly.
  • IS defeated in 'capital' Raqqa

    IS defeated in 'capital' Raqqa

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    Daesh has lost much of its territory in Syria and Iraq this year, including its most prized possession, Mosul. "Major military operations in Raqqa are finished but they are now clearing the city of sleeper cells - if they exist - and mines", Talal Salo, spokesman for the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, told CNN.
  • Philippine military focused on hostage safety

    Philippine military focused on hostage safety

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    The military, which killed two key militant leaders on Monday, said they hoped it was the final phase of defeating a dwindling band of fighters who had occupied Marawi for nearly five months. Malaysian militant leader Mahmud Ahmad was still in Marawi, with authorities describing him as the "conduit" between IS and local militant groups. More than 1,000 people have been killed, including about 800 militants.
  • Scaramucci Twitter:

    Scaramucci Twitter: "How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?"

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    President Donald Trump and his administration have often been accused of anti-Semitic statements and actions, most notably when former press secretary Sean Spicer claimed Adolf Hitler didn't gas people . The objective of The Scaramucci Post is vague, as Scarmucci has claimed it will discuss "what's going on in society and how we can make this society better".
  • Use CSR funds to strengthen Ayurveda system: PM

    Use CSR funds to strengthen Ayurveda system: PM

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    It is the first medical institute under the Ayurveda , Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) ministry to hold the coveted National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) accreditation that will offer postgraduate and doctoral courses in various disciplines of Ayurveda .
  • Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia killed in vehicle blast

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    When POLITICO met Caruana Galizia in the run-up to a snap election called by Muscat this year, she said if Labour won, she would be concerned for her safety and would consider leaving the country. On Monday, she had written: "There are crooks everywhere you look now". It gave no further information. "The situation is desperate", Caruana Galizia wrote in a blog published on her site just half an hour before an explosion tore into her auto.
  • Infant Dies In Portugal Fires; Toll Rises To 32

    Infant Dies In Portugal Fires; Toll Rises To 32

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    A spokeswoman for Portugal's civil protection agency said of the 145 separate fires being fought, 32 were serious. Gaspar said the fires that broke out on Sunday were caused by "higher than average temperatures for the season and the cumulative effect of drought, which has been felt since the start of the year".
  • Iraqi federal forces restore Kirkuk Air Base from Peshmerga

    Iraqi federal forces restore Kirkuk Air Base from Peshmerga

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    As Kurdish authorities warned they were about to come under attack last week, Abadi tried to defuse tension, taking to Twitter to assure that Iraqi forces "cannot and will not attack our citizens". Two officers with Iraq's counterterrorism forces, which trained closely with the United States, said their forces were mobilizing as part of the operation.
  • Trump hopes Hillary Clinton contests in 2020

    Trump hopes Hillary Clinton contests in 2020

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    I don't think Hillary Clinton has much relevance. Looking ahead, Clinton said she was optimistic about the future but ruled out running again for top office although she said she would continue to support the Democratic party. The president said in April that he was not involved in the decision-making process regarding charging Assange but that the move would be "OK with me".
  • Trump doesn't have to release his tax returns, Jerry Brown says

    Trump doesn't have to release his tax returns, Jerry Brown says

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    The bill signed late Sunday was among the last of 977 bills that Brown acted on just before a deadline Sunday night. The bill will go into effect in 2019 . "It is the intent of the Legislature that, in implementing this paragraph, California colleges and universities make reasonable and good-faith efforts to provide for a seamless transition in a student's re-enrollment and reacquisition of campus services and supports", stated the bill.
  • PM Modi attends centenary celebrations of Patna University

    PM Modi attends centenary celebrations of Patna University

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    Replying to a request made by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in his speech earlier about giving Patna University the status of Central University, Modi said, "I would like to say something about a demand that was raised here and met with loud cheers by the young crowd attending this ceremony".
  • Trump's Chief Aide: N. Korea Threat is Manageable

    Trump's Chief Aide: N. Korea Threat is Manageable

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    Exasperation with media coverage has been a common refrain for the commander-in-chief... one that Kelly subtly echoed when asked about the president's "frustrations" with the job. "This is really, really hard work, running the United States of America", Kelly said. "I'm a reasonable guy, but when I read in the morning, and watch TV in the morning, it is astounding to me how much is misreported", said the chief of staff.
  • Freed hostage says Taliban-linked captors killed infant daughter, raped American wife

    Freed hostage says Taliban-linked captors killed infant daughter, raped American wife

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    Mr. Boyle, who is presented alone in front of the press, said that his daughter had been killed and his wife raped because he refused to give in to "an offer" of kidnappers that he has refused to describe in detail. In the seat beyond that was Boyle, with their youngest child in his lap. "Taking your pregnant wife to a very risky place to me and the kind of person that I am is unconscionable", Jim Coleman, father of Caitlan Coleman said.
  • Center-right wins, but far-right surges in Austria vote

    Center-right wins, but far-right surges in Austria vote

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    He told the assembled media he is confident of a positive result, hoping to make gains over the previous election in 2013, where his party took just over 20 percent of the vote. Silberstein has been fired and insists Social Democratic Chancellor Christian Kern knew nothing about the postings. Strache has modified the tone of his message when speaking to the broader public.
  • Rex Tillerson Once Again Does Not Deny Calling President Trump a Moron

    Rex Tillerson Once Again Does Not Deny Calling President Trump a Moron

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    And whatever he decides though, he's the president of the United States. But Tillerson would not answer repeated questions as to whether he called Trump, as has been reported , "a moron" after a tense meeting at the Pentagon in July during which the national security team stressed to a skeptical president the need for a robust American presence around the globe.
  • 24 passengers fall ill after consuming food in Mumbai-Karmali Tejas Express

    24 passengers fall ill after consuming food in Mumbai-Karmali Tejas Express

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    According to some of the passengers , they were served breakfast at 9.30 am followed by vegetable tomato soup at noon. The Tejas Express, one of the premium trains of the Indian Railways , connects Mumbai and Karmali in Goa. The train was slated to reach Mumbai at 7.45 pm. In an official communication, IRCTC assured that strict action would be taken against the contractor, if found guilty.