'This week has been amazing,' said Kate Grant, a 20-year-old model from Ireland.
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Christopher Lopez allegedly flashed a gun at a group of teens after they egged his car, resulting in a car chase that killed a single mother.
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Suspect Jake Patterson "had no idea who she was" when he first saw her, but "knew that was the girl he was going to take," authorities said.
“This is frankly lamentable,” said speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, on the fact that MPs had not yet approved proxy voting
Scientists say the microwave-sized craft would suck its watery fuel right out of the asteroids, planets and moons it's exploring.
Over 3,000 primary school teachers clashed with police in the second week of protests over hiring reforms.
European researchers tackle cancer with Biobanks
"This is the biggest utility failure I've seen," said one analyst.
The president and the New York Democrat have both shown themselves to be comfortable on the attack.
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Jean-Jacques Savin, a former French military paratrooper, told Euronews he was marked his special day in true French style with foie gras, a bottle of white wine from Sauternes, in Southwestern France, and some of his favourite chocolate.
Officials believe the well more than 300 feet deep, but they think the child is still alive.
The shooting was reported around 9 a.m. ET at a facility in Logan Township, which is 25 miles south of Philadelphia.
Los Angeles teachers went on strike Monday after negotiations in the nation's second largest school district fell through.
New transport links boost business and tourism for Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta
David Duckenfield, 74, is accused of manslaughter over the deaths of 95 football fans at Hillsborough, Sheffield, in April 1989.
Opponents of his appointment said he was not qualified for the position because he was not subject to Senate confirmation.