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Grace Mugabe returned to South Africa with President Robert Mugabe early Sunday. South Africa has granted diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe , allowing her to leave the country without answering questions about an assault allegation.
  • One Canadian killed, 4 injured in Barcelona attack

    One Canadian killed, 4 injured in Barcelona attack

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    Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks in Cambrils and Barcelona , a statement by the jihadist group said on Saturday. Police have arrested four people in connection with the attack in Barcelona on Thursday and another in the Catalan seaside town of Cambrils, where a woman was killed when a auto rammed passersby early on Friday.
  • Solar Eclipse Viewing Monday August 21 at Trailside Nature and Science Center

    Solar Eclipse Viewing Monday August 21 at Trailside Nature and Science Center

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    As we all know, the Earth revolves around the Sun, and the Moon revolves around the Earth. For Jacksonville, the eclipse will begin at 1:16 p.m.as the shadow of the moon starts to slowly cover the sun. And while you won't need special glasses to watch the eclipse online, in case you want to go outside to try and see it (please don't with your bare eyes), NASA has a pro-tip video for how to do that safely .
  • China, India are dangerously close to military conflict in the Himalayas

    China, India are dangerously close to military conflict in the Himalayas

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    The report further claims that the Japanese Ambassador met Bhutanese Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay in early August and conveyed his country's support to the Bhutanese government on this issue. It is not that China is eager to form a military alliance with India. The dispute began on June 16, when China accused Indian border guards in the northeastern state of Sikkim of crossing into its territory in southwestern Tibet, in an attempt to obstruct the construction of a new mountain road.
  • Clear the Shelters on August 19

    Clear the Shelters on August 19

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    You will need to bring an ID to adopt a pet. Here's NBC 5's LeecAnn Trotter. Around the country, more than 20,000 pets found their forever homes when more than 400 shelters participated in the one-day event. "It's one of the best feelings in the world really", Harris says. The reduced rate still includes the usual services for animals, including spay/neuter, microchipping, rabies vaccinations and other necessary treatment.
  • Trump will make key ObamaCare subsidy payments in August

    Trump will make key ObamaCare subsidy payments in August

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    This means the cost for the federal government to fund those subisides would increase . The subsidies, called cost-sharing reductions, are used to help lower-income Americans afford their deductibles and copayments. In other insurance news , a Colorado group is asking state officials to restrain premium increases , and Reuters reports that some investors are turning cool on insurance stocks.
  • Keep your eyes on the skies for the latest eclipse festivities

    Keep your eyes on the skies for the latest eclipse festivities

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    You will be able to see footage from the eclipse as it starts in OR and travels eastward, with interesting and factual information for our meteorologists. When those all disappear, that should be the time when it is safe to remove your glasses -if you are in totality. Q: How long will it last? It will vary depending where you are.
  • Moon Jae-In over North Korea stand-off

    Moon Jae-In over North Korea stand-off

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    There are many hard issues between the United States and China but both share a commitment to work through them, the United States' top general said on Tuesday during a visit to Beijing amid tension over nuclear-armed North Korea. North Korea, meanwhile, has threatened to fire four intermediate-range missiles into the waters near Guam, a tiny USA territory about 2,000 miles from Pyongyang, North Korea's capital.
  • Peace with North Korea a 'possibility'

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    Spoiler alert: Despite Trump's boast that the U.S.is "locked and loaded" for military action , absolutely none of these things have happened yet. "Those who don't know the North very well fall into this trap every time (thinking they are easing threats) but we've seen this before".
  • Level results 2017: Norfolk results remain steady in wake of tougher courses

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    Among them is Nina Haket, who has achieved five A* grades at A Level . Llandovery College Warden, Guy Ayling, said: "We are really proud of the achievement of our pupils, all of whom have worked hard in testing circumstances to prove that the reformed examinations did not necessarily have to bring the chaos predicted by some in the press".
  • Moon: US to seek Seoul's approval on N.Korea action

    Moon: US to seek Seoul's approval on N.Korea action

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    Dunford plans to be in Tokyo on Friday . Reuters reports that this could "lead to steep tariffs on Chinese goods...at a time when Trump has asked China to do more to crack down on North Korea's nuclear missile program as he threatens possible military action against Pyongyang ".
  • Metro Detroit library offering 50 free 2017 solar eclipse glasses tonight

    Metro Detroit library offering 50 free 2017 solar eclipse glasses tonight

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    The eclipse will occur early in the afternoon across this region, but spectators should arrive at their viewing location in the morning due to the volume of people traveling to see the celestial event. People who drive somewhere to get a better view of the eclipse (with proper eyewear, of course) could also be in for non-sun-related accidents. Here in Maryland the eclipse will be visible from 1:18 p.m.