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People AG Marshall Encourages Alabamians to Observe National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Author: 0 AG Marshall Encourages Alabamians to Observe National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Sponsors include Mental Health Hawaii, Catholic Charities of Hawaii, the Domestic Violence Action Center, Parents and Children Together (PACT), and the City and County of Honolulu. "Caring volunteers and professionals hear the cries of victims who were betrayed by those closest to them". One in three women and one in four men will be victims of domestic violence in their lifetimes, McKown told the commissioners.

People Marathon Oil Corporation (MRO) Holdings Raised by Bank of Nova Scotia
Author: 0 Marathon Oil Corporation (MRO) Holdings Raised by Bank of Nova Scotia

FT reports, The 13 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Melrose Industries PLC have a median target of 260.00, with a high estimate of 290.00 and a low estimate of 220.00. Peak6 Invests LP invested 0.01% of its portfolio in Rice Energy Inc (NYSE:RICE). A ratio of under 1 typically indicates that the shares are undervalued.

People Pranab was better qualified to be PM, says Manmohan
Author: 0 Pranab was better qualified to be PM, says Manmohan

Speaking on the occasion, Javadekar said: "Our former President Pranab Mukherjee has always been our torchbearer". Singh said when Congress President Sonia Gandhi chose him to be the Prime Minister in 2014, Pranab Mukherjee was the most distinguished colleague he had.

Author: 0 Three dead in skydiving accident south of Cairns

An unnamed eyewitness told the Cairns Post that he saw one of the skydivers falling. Three skydivers have died in Queensland after they apparently collided mid-air and their chutes got tangled. The other two were jumping as a tandem pair: "a highly experienced instructor and a customer", the statement from Skydive Australia reads. There are a number of skydiving companies operating in Mission Beach .

People Three shot dead as Nasa protests turn ugly
Author: 0 Three shot dead as Nasa protests turn ugly

Mr Kenyatta soon after announced the election would go ahead, telling supporters that "there is nowhere the constitution says Raila Amollo Odinga has to be on the ballot", and the election commission said on Twitter that it would meet with its legal team and "communicate way forward".

People Juncker: Britain Must Pay What It Owns To The EU
Author: 0 Juncker: Britain Must Pay What It Owns To The EU

Jean-Claude Juncker has dismissed Brexit negotiations over citizens" rights as a "nonsense", claiming he could not understand why the British had not guaranteed from the start that everything would remain the same for European nationals - "or "foreigners', as they are saying in London" - after the United Kingdom leaves the EU.

People Northpark Mall closed for Thanksgiving, again
Author: 0 Northpark Mall closed for Thanksgiving, again

Wal-Mart made a similar move in 2011, and Target in 2012. The Mall of America, the nation's largest shopping mall located in Bloomington, Minn., bucked the trend and closed on Thanksgiving in 2016. "Access to mall common areas will be restricted". CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. who manages the mall, said they received "overwhelmingly positive" support with last year's decision to close .

People Darjeeling: Pollice officer killed in clashes with GJM faction
Author: 0 Darjeeling: Pollice officer killed in clashes with GJM faction

The rebel GJM leader did not dispel West Bengal police's suspicion that Gurung has close links with the Maoists and insurgent groups in the Northeast. The hills, after much struggle and suffering had returned to peace just a few days back on 27 Sep and just as the people were trying to be relaxed that finally there is peace, another incident disturbed the people of Darjeeling , forcing them to live under the feeling of fear.

People China withdraws its candidate for Khattab's sake in UNESCO vote
Author: 0 China withdraws its candidate for Khattab's sake in UNESCO vote

Thirty votes are needed to clinch the nomination to head the Paris-based UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The victor must be approved by UNESCO's 195 member states in November, though this is seen as a formality. The organization is best known for its World Heritage program to protect cultural sites and traditions, but also works to improve education for girls, promote understanding of the Holocaust's horrors, defend media freedom and co-ordinate science about climate ...

People UAE Stops Issuing Visas for North Korean Laborers
Author: 0 UAE Stops Issuing Visas for North Korean Laborers

The UAE announced on Thursday that it will terminate the missions of North Korea's non-resident ambassador and its own non-resident envoy to the North Korean capital, Pyongyang and that it will stop issuing new visas and business licenses to North Koreans.

People Kurdistan Sends Peshmerga Troops to Kirkuk Amid 'Threats' by Iraqi Army
Author: 0 Kurdistan Sends Peshmerga Troops to Kirkuk Amid 'Threats' by Iraqi Army

Some residents queued at petrol stations with jerry cans to fill up, while other civilians have begun taking up arms. Meanwhile, a Justice Ministry official from northern Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), denounced the Iraqi court's warrants as "politically motivated", stressing that Baghdad's judicial system has no jurisdiction in Kurdistan, which is allegedly ruled by its own legal body.

Author: 0 White SC restaurant manager accused of torturing, 'enslaving' mentally challenged black man

Bobby Paul Edwards, 52, is charged with forced labor after he allegedly "used force, threats of force, physical restraint and coercion" to get 39-year-old John Christopher Smith to work at J&J Cafeteria in Conway. They allegedly made him live in a cockroach-infested apartment behind the restaurant so that he could be at their beck and call. Smith's attorneys described the conditions there as "sub-human", "deplorable" and "harmful to human health".

People Rahul Gandhi accidentally enters ladies' toilet in Gujarat!
Author: 0 Rahul Gandhi accidentally enters ladies' toilet in Gujarat!

After the event, while on his way out of the Town Hall, Rahul Gandhi stepped into the ladies toilet. "When Atal Bihari Ji became prime minister, he raised the matter". Addressing a programme organised by Aaj Tak channel, he said Congress leaders P Chidambaram and Shashi Tharoor had yesterday written a letter to the prime minister on Rohingya Muslims, favouring their entry into India.

Author: 0 1st Amendment Advocates Push Back on Trump's License Comment

Specifically, Donald Trump seems to be targeting NBC and has threatened to revoke their license to broadcast here in the United States, because according to Donald Trump, they're doing nothing but putting out fake news and trying to demean and denigrate Trump himself and other members of his Cabinet.

People S. Korea, US to hold joint Navy drills
Author: 0 S. Korea, US to hold joint Navy drills

During the visit sailors will experience the culture and history of South Korea as well as foster outstanding relations between the US Navy, Korean military and the local Busan community. It also has conducted six underground nuclear tests since 2006, including its most recent and powerful on September 3. A U.S. nuclear-powered fast-attack submarine arrived in South Korea last weekend as part of its regional deployment, the USA military announced Wednesday.

Author: 0 Collins to remain in Senate, bypass run for Maine governor

After several months of open deliberations about her future, Senator Susan Collins of ME announced Friday that she would not run for governor and would remain in the Senate. Collins grew up in Caribou, in far northern Maine. Prior to her announcement, she said she wanted to "heal ME", a comment read by some as a swipe at LePage's polarizing style.

Author: 0 No quick win for Uber in London over license loss

Mayor Sadiq Khan support TfL's decision and said: "All companies in London must play by the rules, if you do play by the rules, you're welcome in London". TfL cited concerns including Uber's approach to reporting criminal offences, its treatment of drivers, how it conducted medical and criminal checks on drivers, and whether software employed to evade regulation was being used in London.