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Global Media Piglets saved from blaze served as sausages to firefighters
Author: 0 Piglets saved from blaze served as sausages to firefighters

The 18 two week old piglets and two sows were in an unaffected corner of the barn, and had to be moved to safety by firefighters before tackling the fire- escaping unharmed other than a sow's burnt ear. It said: "Exactly six months and one day since firefighters rescued 18 piglets from a fire, we got to sample the fruits of our labours from that February night".

Global Media China urges United States to drop new sanctions on Chinese companies
Author: 0 China urges United States to drop new sanctions on Chinese companies

In a tweet, Trump called it "the single largest economic sanctions package ever on North Korea". Mnuchin said the sanctions will help to isolate North Korea from the finances necessary to further their nuclear program. They were created to starve the regime of resources to develop its nuclear and ballistic missile programs by slashing its annual export revenues by a third.

Global Media Prabhu takes 'moral responsibility' for train accidents, offers to resign
Author: 0 Prabhu takes 'moral responsibility' for train accidents, offers to resign

I met Hon'ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi , taking full moral responsibility. The Prime Minister's suggestion to Suresh indicated that a major reshuffle in the Union Cabinet might take place any day in the near future. Mittal's resignation comes in the wake of a number two rail accidents in just four days. "The government should take moral responsibility for the accident", Congress leader Manish Tiwari said.

Global Media Lidl's share of United Kingdom grocery market above Waitrose
Author: 0 Lidl's share of United Kingdom grocery market above Waitrose

Meanwhile, sales at fellow discount supermarket Aldi grew by 17.2 per cent during the 12-week period, giving it a market share of 7 per cent. During the three month period, Lidl saw sales rise by 18.9% compared to the same period of 2016, helped by rising average basket sizes.

Global Media Yemen war: Air strike on hotel outside Sanaa 'leaves 30 dead'
Author: 0 Yemen war: Air strike on hotel outside Sanaa 'leaves 30 dead'

An official with an global aid organisation confirmed to AFP that at least 30 people had been killed in a series of strikes on Sanaa , which is home to the country's anti-government Huthi rebels. American officials have said they have tried to find ways to improve Saudi targeting. "More than 30 martyrs in air strike on small hotel in Arhab", Almaseera said in a newsflash.

Global Media Rafa Benitez could well quit Newcastle after dismal transfer window - Graeme Souness
Author: 0 Rafa Benitez could well quit Newcastle after dismal transfer window - Graeme Souness

Elliot admits that the ongoing transfer debate is having an affect on him and his teammates, telling reporters: "With the stories flying around - w haven't got enough, we have got enough - I don't think it's very fair on the squad". It seems to have gone away very quickly before we kicked a ball. Two defeats from the opening two games was hardly the start anyone would have wanted on Newcastle's return to the top flight.

Global Media Nasarawa State pilgrims arrive in Saudi Arabia - Amirul Hajj
Author: 0 Nasarawa State pilgrims arrive in Saudi Arabia - Amirul Hajj

Saudi Arabian Airlines on Sunday said Qatari authorities had refused to grant a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight, scheduled to transport Qatari hajj pilgrims, permission to land at Hamad International Airport. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates cut their diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on June 5, accusing it of sponsoring terrorism.

Global Media Kushner snubbed in Cairo after the U.S. cuts, delays aid to Egypt
Author: 0 Kushner snubbed in Cairo after the U.S. cuts, delays aid to Egypt

The US announced Tuesday it would deny sending $95.7 million in aid to Egypt and delay sending another $195 million because of Cairo's failure to respect human rights and democracy, CNBC reported. Egyptian officials had assured USA officials earlier this year that the law, which restricts NGO activity to developmental and social work and introduces jail terms of up to five years for non-compliance, would not go through, the sources said.

Global Media Moment baby pulled alive from rubble after Italy quake
Author: 0 Moment baby pulled alive from rubble after Italy quake

Only Ciro suffered injuries, a minor fracture on his right foot. The quake on August 24, 2016 killed more than 250 people in Amatrice and beyond and set off a months-long series of powerful aftershocks that emptied many towns and hamlets of their people.

Global Media Israeli Leader To Raise Concern About Iran's Military In Syria With Putin
Author: 0 Israeli Leader To Raise Concern About Iran's Military In Syria With Putin

Members of the delegation expressed great satisfaction that the U.S. fully understood Israel's positions on the Iranian activity in Syria and agreed that the parties would maintain continuous contact on the issue. The first is that Iran will not have the ability to build bases there that will serve as a launching pad against Israel in the future, and the second is that Syria will not turn into a state through which "game changing" weapons - including Russian weapons systems - are moved into ...

Global Media ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off UVA game due to name
Author: 0 ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off UVA game due to name

Lee caused ESPN to reverse course. Case in point: Robert Lee. Lee has now been moved to the game between Pittsburgh and Youngstown State instead. No matter what happens in Virginia's college football game, Robert Lee is going to have nothing to do with the announcing of it.

Global Media Nepal PM Deuba to visit India on Wednesday
Author: 0 Nepal PM Deuba to visit India on Wednesday

The Nepal PM will pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat on Thursday as per schedule. Likewise, the Prime Minister is scheduled to attend a reception to be hosted in his honour by the Embassy of Nepal, New Delhi, and have a separate interaction programme with Nepali community.

Global Media 'Tear it down': Protesters gather at Silent Sam statue on UNC campus
Author: 0 'Tear it down': Protesters gather at Silent Sam statue on UNC campus

A crowd gathered Tuesday evening at the site of the Silent Sam statue at UNC-Chapel Hill began chanting "tear it down" and "no Trump, no KKK, no racist U.S.". Protesters marched in the street before ending with a sit-in at the monument. Duke University and the University of Texas removed Confederate statues in middle-of-the-night operations.

Global Media Teen arrested for doing Macarena on Saudi Arabian street
Author: 0 Teen arrested for doing Macarena on Saudi Arabian street

The clip was understood to have first been posted in July 2016, the BBC reported. It is unclear whether the boy will be formally charged. The vehicles all appear to be stopped at a red light as the boy busts each and every move easily - all while decked out in a striped t-shirt, gray Nike sports shorts, and Crocs.

Global Media How was the
Author: 0 How was the "American" solar Eclipse

The next total solar eclipse visible in the continental USA will take place on April 8, 2024. The city of Carbondale, Illinois, fell along the path of totality for about two minutes and forty-five seconds, and celebrated the event with Moonstock, a three-day-long festival that featured headlining act Ozzy Osbourne.

Global Media Trump threatens shutdown over border wall with Mexico
Author: 0 Trump threatens shutdown over border wall with Mexico

The wall has received strong pushback from congressional Democrats who argue building the structure would be expensive and ineffective. I'd like to give the DNC the benefit of the doubt and say this is just a poor attempt to dunk on Trump's inability to score a single political victory, but unforced error after unforced error has resulted in me really not feeling like they deserve it any more.

Global Media North Korea Propaganda Video Features Trump in a Graveyard
Author: 0 North Korea Propaganda Video Features Trump in a Graveyard

Using solid rather than liquid fuel would allow North Korea to launch missiles with less preparation. Carbon-carbon composites are used to manufacture missile warhead tips and engine exhaust nozzles, KCNA said. Questions remain whether the North has mastered the technology needed to ensure a ballistic missile warhead survives the intense heat generated by re-entering the Earth's atmosphere.