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People Police recover jewels stolen from the Ritz Paris
Author: 0 Police recover jewels stolen from the Ritz Paris

The thieves seized watches from display cases holding wares from Rolex and Piaget, and then targeted the Alexandre Reza jewellery boutique inside the hotel. Princess Diana had dined in the hotel's Imperial Suite on August 31, 1997, shortly before her tragic death in a vehicle crash in Paris. Its retail gallery boasts several jewellers' as well as designer goods shops.

People WikiLeaks' Julian Assange gets citizenship of Ecuador
Author: 0 WikiLeaks' Julian Assange gets citizenship of Ecuador

Ecuador has considered giving Assange a diplomatic status to allow him to leave the Embassy in London , but the United Kingdom is pushing back at the suggestion. could seek to extradite him for publishing leaked intelligence online. On Wednesday, Assange hinted that something was afoot when he tweeted a picture of himself wearing a yellow Ecuadorean soccer jersey.

People Four Supreme Court judges complain top court not in order
Author: 0 Four Supreme Court judges complain top court not in order

As many as seven judges, including the CJI, are set to demit office this year. The glass ceiling was broken in 1989 with the appointment of Justice Fathima Beevi as a judge of the Supreme Court . She has specialised in arbitration and has appeared in domestic and worldwide commercial arbitrations. "If the court goes ahead with the hearing, it may have implications before the high court", Dave said.

People Dolly Everett farewelled by hundreds of mourners in Katherine
Author: 0 Dolly Everett farewelled by hundreds of mourners in Katherine

Dolly, who was the face of Akubra hats, has been remembered by her family as the "kindest, caring, attractive soul". The debate about the perils to children of online communication caught the attention of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. "This powerful message tells the dark, scary place our lovely angel had traveled to", the family wrote. The Everett family said it plans to set up a foundation in their daughter's name dedicated to increasing awareness of bullying, depression and teenage ...

People Angela Merkel confident parties can move to formal coalition talks
Author: 0 Angela Merkel confident parties can move to formal coalition talks

Berlin's partners are eagerly awaiting a new German government to help drive forward Brexit talks, euro zone reform and European Union diplomatic initiatives. Mr Schultz has described having "a good discussion" on European Union reform-a potentially contentious subject as he supports the so-called "United States of Europe", a concept by which Brussels would control much of the foreign and domestic policies of EU member-states.

People 13 killed in mudslides and flooding in California
Author: 0 13 killed in mudslides and flooding in California

In addition to destroying 100 homes, the debris flow from the mudslides has damaged hundreds of other structures, officials said . The body count as of Wednesday was 15, with 25 reported injured and 50 having to be rescued . Thousands of Californians who were already forced to flee their homes due to last month's horrific wildfires were also ordered to evacuate over threat of mudslides.

People Hopes of NAFTA progress rise as Canada, Mexico eye auto progress
Author: 0 Hopes of NAFTA progress rise as Canada, Mexico eye auto progress

The penultimate round of the NAFTA negotiations is due to be held in Montreal, Canada, between January 23 and 28. However, while a letter from Trump announcing the intention to terminate NAFTA would trigger a six-month process to end the agreement, it would not necessarily guarantee a USA withdrawal.

People Donald Trump scraps London trip over Barack Obama's embassy deal
Author: 0 Donald Trump scraps London trip over Barack Obama's embassy deal

Despite the president's tweet, the Guardian is reporting that Trump canceled the trip amid fears of massive protests when he touched down in London . Trump had been scheduled to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new U.S. Embassy in Britain next month. PHOTO: British Prime Minister Theresa May is pictured with President Donald Trump at The White House on January 27, 2017 in Washington.

People SNC Lavalin case: Supreme Court issues notice to Kerala CM Vijayan
Author: 0 SNC Lavalin case: Supreme Court issues notice to Kerala CM Vijayan

Kanniyakumari District in Tamil Nadu and Kerala's coastal region bore the brunt of the attack. Kerala DGP Loknath Behera on Wednesday clarified that his department has not advised for a chopper ride by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on December 26.The DGP said this following allegation that the expense of the Chief Minister's helicopter journey was reimbursed from the State Disaster Relief Fund sanctioned for Ockhi Cyclone victims."We are not giving guidelines for any mode of travel".

People 'No deal' Brexit could cost United Kingdom about 500000 jobs - London mayor
Author: 0 'No deal' Brexit could cost United Kingdom about 500000 jobs - London mayor

Davis has previously told MPs that he wants the deal to deliver the "exact same benefits" that the United Kingdom has as a member of the EU. "Unbelievable - or rather, increasingly believable from this inept United Kingdom government". "As he (Mr Corbyn) said in his letter back to Ian Blackford, the summit rests on the falsehood that the single market is a membership organisation which you can join, which it is not".

People It was not Turks who attacked Russia's bases: Putin
Author: 0 It was not Turks who attacked Russia's bases: Putin

Special software is also needed to use these drones, the general noted. The Hmeimim air base and Tartus naval facility in Syria had been attacked with 13 drones . The remark comes in the wake of Turkey's decision to summon Russian and Iranian envoys to the country, seeking to cease the Syrian government's violation of de-escalation zone borders in Idlib, claimed by Ankara.

People Church shooting survivor rides home with firefighter who found him
Author: 0 Church shooting survivor rides home with firefighter who found him

Texas Governor Greg Abbott called the attack the largest mass shooting in Texas history. A gunman opened fire on the congregation, taking 26 lives, including those of Ryland's stepmother JoAnn Ward and siblings Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7, and injuring several others, including Ryland.

People Top Advisors Urge Trump To Waive Iran Sanctions
Author: 0 Top Advisors Urge Trump To Waive Iran Sanctions

Trump and his administration had come to the defense of the protesters in Iran . The decision coincides with the administration's efforts to secure a face-saving fix from Congress on the requirement for Trump to address Iran's compliance every three months.

People Tattoos lead Thai police to arrest Japanese gang member
Author: 0 Tattoos lead Thai police to arrest Japanese gang member

The person who posted the photos was impressed by the tattoos and captioned the photo "Uncle, you're my idol". His arrest brought an end to a multi-national manhunt between the Thai Investigation Bureau and the Japanese Interpol. The Yakuza commonly punish wayward members by amputating the tip of a finger. Japanese police took notice of the images and asked their Thai counterparts to apprehend Shirai, which they did Wednesday in the town of Lopburi on the grounds of visa violations.

People Hard Brexit could cost 43000 construction jobs
Author: 0 Hard Brexit could cost 43000 construction jobs

The capital's economic output would be 2 percent lower in 2030 than what would be expected under a "soft Brexit". London's housing crisis will get worse and nearly 90,000 jobs could disappear if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal , according to a new study.

People Louisiana teacher handcuffed at school board meeting
Author: 0 Louisiana teacher handcuffed at school board meeting

Hargrave still stood by her inquiry into the superintendent's $30,000 raise, as her fellow teachers had not seen a pay increase in a decade. "The more of you that show up and go, the less of this kind of stuff will happen", Hargrave said.

People Tunisia hit by third night of violent protests
Author: 0 Tunisia hit by third night of violent protests

Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed warned that any offense of law will be punished, calling for calm in the treatment of social movements. "Three hundred and thirty people involved in acts of sabotage and robbery were arrested last night", Interior Ministry spokesman Khelifa Chibani said.

People Weather: Flooding expected due to heavy rain and melting snow tomorrow
Author: 0 Weather: Flooding expected due to heavy rain and melting snow tomorrow

Rainfall totals in Greater Boston are forecast to range from 2 to 3 inches, with a possibility of 4 inches south of the city, Simpson said. The combination of snowmelt, rainfall, and potential ice jams leads to an enhanced risk for flooding in that area; therefore, the National Weather Service has put Luzerne and Pike Counties under a Flood Watch from Thursday evening through Saturday evening.

People Trump could destroy the dreams of 200000 Salvadorans
Author: 0 Trump could destroy the dreams of 200000 Salvadorans

Laborers President Terry O'Sullivan said Trump's eviction "will cause extreme suffering" not just for Salvadoran TPS cardholders, but for their families, including 194,000 US -born children. In San Salvador, President Salvador Sanchez Ceren avoided criticizing Washington and focused on the 18 month grace period. Democrats in Congress have condemned the decision, with many criticising the move for ignoring the violence in El Salvador, which has one of the world's highest murder rates.