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What happened to Kim Wall?

Police spokesman Jens Moller said the torso had suffered damage, suggesting "an attempt to make sure air and gas inside should leave the body so that it would not rise from the seabed". They also confirmed they had found Wall's blood in the submarine, Møller Jensen told reporters . Both she and her client were pleased that the remains had been found, she told Danish media.

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Vehicle plows through trans lives matter vigil for woman killed by police

That is when police say the protesters surrounded the vehicle and began "striking it with their hands and a flag pole". A spokeswoman for the police, Schron Jackson, said three people received minor injuries after jumping onto the vehicle before it drove away.

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SpaceX Launches Earth-Observing Satellite, Lands Rocket on Ship at Sea

SpaceX, during the launch webcast, declared the launch a success. The satellite was constructed by the Taiwan National Space Organization . The 450-kilogram spacecraft was the first such satellite built domestically by Taiwan, and succeeds Formosat-2, retired a year ago.

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Gurmeet Ram Rahim rape trial on Aug 25, violence by followers feared

The sect followers regard their chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh as a "messenger of god". Haryana and Punjab have been put on high alert and prohibitory orders imposed ahead of the court verdict in the case involving Ram Rahim with authorities not ruling out taking Army's help to maintain law and order.

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How Much Is the Next Powerball Worth?

New Jersey Lottery officials said a second $1 million winning ticket was sold at L and K Petroleum on Route 47 in Dorchester, Cumberland County. "Handy Variety sold a $1 million prize winning ticket". Reporters asked if she had plans to treat herself to something nice, such as a fancy new vehicle. Wanczyk also said she had already called her employer to let them know she would not be returning.

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Champions League participants confirmed as Tottenham placed in Pot 3

The current # Champions League cup holders and La Liga champions are favourites to retain the trophy this year. POT 1: Real Madrid , Bayern Munich , Chelsea , Juventus , Benfica , AS Monaco , Spartak Moscow , Shakhtar Donetsk .

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Malia Obama brushes off reporter at Harvard move-in day

While Malia hasn't publicly revealed her major just yet, she is said to be an aspiring filmmaker and explored opportunities in the film industry, before taking her place in Harvard's 2021 freshman class. And Malia is still a brand-new college freshman living on her own for the first time. Malia even politely declined a requests for an interview with a handshake.

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Melania thanks Chelsea Clinton for defending Barron Trump

Clinton has always been friendly with Barron's sister, Ivanka Trump, despite President Donald Trump's attacks on Clinton's mother during last year's presidential campaign when he began calling her "Crooked Hillary". "Leave it to the fake news to spin his bro-to-bro advice into some sort of 'slam, '" Vince Coglianese told the Associated Press . "Leave Barron alone", Coglianese said.

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Shark bites paddleboard, closing Cape Cod beach

Panicky beachgoers scrambled to summon loved ones from the water who said the gentle waves were filling with blood as the shark kept stalking the seal and moving towards the shoreline. No humans were hurt in that incident, either, but Barnstable County Commissioner Ron Beaty pointed out that the shark could easily have scooped up a small child instead of the seal, the Boston Globe reported .

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Potential pardon for ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio not on DOJ's plate

President Trump has reportedly considered pardoning former Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona , who was convicted of criminal contempt of court previous year. Take a look at Trump's planned stops and the planned protests in the map below . He said the president raising the possibility of a pardon was unexpected.

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Man walks into police station, says he's exhausted of eating human flesh

This led police to a home in Rensburgdrift where more gruesome discoveries, believed to be human body parts, were made. A fourth man was also charged with possessing human flesh . Ward councillor Mthembani Majola also told New24 that he was left stunned as the suspects showed community members where one of the body was stored.

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Powerball jackpot continues to grow

Interest is mounting after Saturday's drawing failed to yield a victor for the top prize. The cash value is an estimated $443.3 million. The integrity of all games is of utmost importance to the Florida Lottery. (ET). "This amount is 39 times higher than the average jackpot amount for the UK Lotto, so there is a real opportunity for Brits to try a new lottery and see if they can win big".

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Greitens Grants Stay Of Execution

Williams, 48, was sentenced to death in 2001 for the fatal stabbing of former Post-Dispatch reporter Lisha Gayle, 42, at her home in University City on August 11, 1998. "And there is no reason to believe Williams would not have worn gloves during a burglary and murder, as he wore a jacket to hide his bloody shirt after he left the murder scene".

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Villages liberated from ISIS control in Tal Afar

US Army Colonel Ryan Dillon said Iraqi forces had retaken much territory from the extremist group since the operation began early Sunday, though they have not yet pushed into the town itself. US forces have been leading a coalition of countries conducting airstrikes and other military operations in support of Iraq's military since August 2014, a few months after Islamic State fighters swept through large areas of northern and western Iraq.

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Malegaon blasts case: SC grants bail to accused Lt. Col. Shrikant Purohit

Yesterday, the Supreme Court set aside the Bombay High Court earlier order and granted bail to Purohit. Granting him bail, the court said there were variations in the charge sheets filed by the Mumbai anti-terrorism squad, which initially probed the case, and NIA.

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USA destroyer collides with oil tanker, 10 missing

Malaysia and Australia are also assisting in the search, with the former searching the northern reaches and the latter looking in the south. At a news conference Tuesday evening at the pier of Singapore's Changi Naval Base, where the damaged warship is now moored, Swift said it is "premature to say how many" bodies were found in the ship.

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Warm temperatures, mostly sunny skies expected for eclipse

Do meteorologists get excited by total eclipses? Neither the smoke nor the cirrus clouds will block out the sun enough to prevent viewing, but each will make it a bit hazy for viewers. Coverage will remain very isolated, so overall viewing conditions should be pretty good for the eclipse. The eclipse is expected to begin at 10:22 a.m.in Boulder County and reach maximum obscuration at 11:46 a.m.

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Flights between Zimbabwe and South Africa grounded amid Mugabe scandal

The wife of Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe is accused of assaulting a model in a Johannesburg hotel. "South African police issued" red alert" on Friday at the country's borders to prevent Mugabe from fleeing undetected. Grace Mugabe recently announced that she would like to follow in her husband's footsteps as president of Zimbabwe. "The important thing is the constitutional principle that any person in a public office may not take a decision that affects the rights of a citizen ...

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USA Retain Solheim Cup

Lexi Thompson set the tone by rallying from four holes down. "That had to be the weirdest round of golf I've ever played", 22-year-old Thompson said. One of the best aspects of big team events like the Solheim Cup is that the score is always close until the very end. Europe were already on the ropes but they certainly came out fighting.

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Big Ben's Clock Strikes for the Last Time Until 2021

The famous clock's bell has been stopped over health and safety concerns, silencing an emblem of continuity as Britain grapples with Brexit negotiations. She said: "It can't be right for Big Ben to be silent for four years". "These are the chimes of freedom and they've got to be respected". The tower leans slightly to the North West due to changes in ground conditions since its construction.

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Russian Federation condemns U.S. visa restrictions in diplomatic tussle — BBCI

Operations will resume in Moscow on September 1. Outside of the Russian capital, at the consulates in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, and Vladivostok, visa operations would remain suspended indefinitely, the U.S. and closed two of its diplomatic buildings. The embassy said Moscow's requirement to cut its staff to 455 diplomats and technical personnel would also affect "the scheduling of a limited number of migration visa applications".

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Moroccan suspect named over Finland stabbings in Turku — BBCI

No group has claimed responsibility for Friday's attack, though police are investigating possible links to Thursday's van attack by suspected extremist militants in the Spanish city of Barcelona where 13 people were killed. On Monday, national police commissioner Seppo Kolehmainen tweeted that the situation had returned to normal. SUPO said it receives around a thousand pieces of such information per year and it has to prioritize.

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North Korea resumes threats ahead of exercises

Trump this week praised North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, after he did not follow through on a threat to fire missiles in waters off Guam, a US territory with a large naval base located 2,200 miles northeast of North Korea . The same exercises in 2016 provoked North Korea to conduct nuclear tests. The annual Ulchi-Freedom Guardian exercise begins on Monday and involves more than 17,000 American troops along with small contingents from nations including South Korea , Australia, Britain, ...

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Alabama starts No. 1 in AP poll for second straight year

Alabama is No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason college football poll for the second straight season and third time in five years. Other SEC teams ranked: No. Leading the AP preseason survey is - not surprisingly - Alabama. Kentucky's three preseason votes put the Wildcats in a tie for 41st in the AP poll.

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Amit Shah welcomes JDU joining NDA

In reference to Babulal Gaur and Sartaj Singh's ouster from the MP cabinet past year, Amit Shah put the ball in the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's court and said that forming state cabinet was the CM's prerogative. "We worked under him and never faced any problem", Mamata said. "We are waiting for the change. Or how the schools will celebrate Independence Day", she said, adding, it was Bengal which was at the forefront of the freedom movement and "Now it has to learn how to ...