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Absolutely Massive Lotto Ticket Worth Millions Sold in Oakville

The numbers drawn were 5, 14, 28, 29, 32, 38 and the bonus number was 31. Sales will end when all 200,000 tickets are purchased, or at 1:59 a.m. January 3, whichever comes first, according to a lottery spokesman. Mr Griffin added: "We are also delighted to be ending the year with our 12th Lotto Jackpot victor of 2017". Someone's Christmas may have just become a little merrier. Read More

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Baltimore couple killed in Florida plane crash

Baltimore couple killed in Florida plane crash

Authorities say they have confirmed a fifth death in a fiery small plane crash in Florida. Victoria was a school teacher, while her husband was a third year law student at the University of Maryland. All five were killed on impact or immediately after, Polk County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Carrie E. Horstman said. Polk County Fire Rescue is also on the scene. Read More

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Idaho is Nation's Fastest-Growing State, Census Bureau Reports

Idaho is Nation's Fastest-Growing State, Census Bureau Reports

NY state had a slight population increase, adding 13,113 new residents, which is about how many people live in Schodack, to reach 19,849,399, according to U.S. Persons younger than 18 now constitute 22.7% of the state's total population, compared to 23.6% in 2010 and 24.6% in 2000. A state official says from 2016 to 2017, Wyoming saw its largest population decrease since 1989. Read More

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Afghan forces thwart attack on training center in Kabul

Afghan forces thwart attack on training center in Kabul

Security forces guard at the site of a clash between gunmen and security forces in Kabul, Afghanistan. Initial reports indicate the attackers were wearing police uniforms, he added. The group's local affiliate, known as Islamic State-Khorasan province, or ISIS-K, sprang up in eastern Afghanistan in early 2015 and has carried out multiple high-profile attacks in the Afghan capital this year. Read More

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Exit polls went wrong in Bihar elections, reminds Tejashwi Yadav

Exit polls went wrong in Bihar elections, reminds Tejashwi Yadav

The News X poll predicts BJP will get 110-120 and Congress 65-75, while 2-4 seats will go to others. In the big cities, such as Ahmedabad , Surat, Rajkot, Vadodara, despite the strong Patidar movement led by Hardik Patel, and the OBC-Dalit agitation driven by Alphesh Thakor and Jignesh Mevani, the cities seem to have stuck their necks out to retain the incumbent BJP . Read More

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Port Authority explosion: Subways, buses, NJ Transit, and PATH all affected

Port Authority explosion: Subways, buses, NJ Transit, and PATH all affected

It came at the height of the Christmas season, when the city is filled with daytrippers and tourists expecting a fairytale Manhattan. The suspect was identified as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi immigrant living in Brooklyn. Preliminary information, according to two law enforcement sources, one local and one federal, indicates a pipe bomb may have unintentionally exploded. Read More

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Saudis to end ban on movie theaters

SAUDI Arabia is to lift a 35-year ban on cinemas and allow films to be screened from March next year. Cinemas have been been illegal since the early 1980s when Islamic laws were tightened in response to the threat of growing fundamentalism in the kingdom, says the Financial Times . Read More

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Saakashvili released by Ukrainian court

Saakashvili released by Ukrainian court

A spokesman for the prosecutor-general's office, Andrei Lysenko, said Saturday that officials will likely ask for him to be held under house arrest after his court appearance. Saakashvili was president of Georgia from 2004 to 2013 but acquired Ukrainian nationality and served as a governor in Ukraine before falling out with Poroshenko. Read More

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Firefighters spend hour freeing YouTube prankster who cemented head in microwave

Firefighters spend hour freeing YouTube prankster who cemented head in microwave

His concerned friends attempted to remove the appliance from his head for an hour and a half on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at an address in Wolverhampton, before finally contacting the emergency services. Then, they called for emergency officials. West Midlands Fire Service tweeted that they were "seriously unimpressed" by the prank. Dakin said the mixture quickly hardened and set. Read More

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Ukrainian National Police Detains Saakashvili

Ukrainian National Police Detains Saakashvili

Zoryan Shkiryak, an advisor to the Interior Minister, has confirmed on Facebook Saakashvili's detention. Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko said his office has evidence that Saakashvili's representative received $500,000 to finance protests from Ukrainian businessmen with ties to Russian Federation. Read More

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N. Korean missile risk leads airlines to change routes

N. Korean missile risk leads airlines to change routes

While ICAO has urged airlines to take precautions, the agency is not advocating for a no-fly zone, because such a move would be disruptive for carriers and it's not clear where North Korea will fire missiles during tests. The most recent incident was when the crew of Cathay Pacific and Korean Air spotted the Hwasong 15 missile launched last week by North Korea. The test-launch raised tension further with South Korea and the United States, who on Monday began their largest ever joint air ... Read More

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Utah governor calls Bannon a 'bigot' after attacks on Romney

Utah governor calls Bannon a 'bigot' after attacks on Romney

At the same time, Trump and Romney spoke in polite terms, according White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. Conway refused to speculate as to whether Trump would back Romney should Hatch retire and he chose to run. "The days of taking it silently are over", Bannon declared at a rally that drew hundreds of Moore supporters to a local farm in the southwestern corner of the state. Read More

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Egypt presidential hopeful returns home

Egypt presidential hopeful returns home

In an announcement he made from the United Arab Emirates, Shafik said on Wednesday that he would run for president in the elections set to take place in April 2018. UAE authorities confirmed he left the Emirates without giving any details about why. Upon landing in the Egyptian capital, Shafik quickly left to an unknown destination, an airport official said. Read More

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