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The fatal rock slides appeared to have started near the Waterfall Route, a "popular climbing route" on the east buttress of the famous, almost 3,000-foot granite wall, the NPS said . The park records about 80 rock falls per year, though they are rarely fatal. El Capitan is one of the world's largest granite monoliths above Yosemite Valley and a popular hiking spot.
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    Here's a look back at some. And midway through, there was another long segment in which " Today " veterans showed her the ropes behind the scenes. She interviewed people nervously and so awkwardly that they were cowed into giving monosyllabic answers.
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    We take into consideration (or we study) the pros of allowing women to drive and the cons of banning them from driving, while taking into account the necessary legal rules and adhering to them. Some women have been arrested and jailed for defying the ban. She now lives in Australia. He said the ministry would print a corrected copy of the book and had formed a committee to determine the source of the mistake.
  • Anthony Weiner Faces Sentencing for Sexting Teen

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    Prosecutors said he sent the girl porn and got her to take her clothes off and touch herself on Skype. His father and brother also joined him in the courtroom - but the serial sexter's soon-to-be-ex-wife Huma Abedin was nowhere to be seen, reports The New York Post .
  • Defying Trump's Warning, Iran Conducts Ballistic Missile Tests

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    Mr. Rouhani holds authority to approve ballistic missile tests and it appears that to strengthen its stance in the world against Trump's administration and his impositions, Iran has chosen the path North Korea follows. France warned that the launch violated the UN Security Council resolution that endorsed the accord. The calls did not stop French President Emmanuel Macron to assert that the deal was not sufficient anymore, adding that Iran should halt its destabilizing ballistic activities ...
  • Rahul begins tour of Gujarat

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    On the last day of his visit, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will visit other cities including Churila, Jasdan, Veerpur, Jitpur and end the Saurashtra tour with his rally in Khodaldham. " Paani aata hain aapke wahan (Do you get water supply)?" "The youth of the country showed faith thinking the promise will be delivered, but did not happen", he said.
  • Tensions rise as Iraq Kurds defy Baghdad in historic independence vote

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    The central government argued that the Kurdish independence elections could unleash more chaos and distract attention from the struggle against the Islamic state . Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, KRG representative to the U.S., says that while the result is non-binding for the Iraqi government , it is "binding" for the Kurdish leadership "to follow the will of the people".
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    As a school girl, Zenaida Fernandez Quiles was allowed every summer to travel to her grandmother's home in Puerto Rico - the home Quiles was born in. "We are working day and night to identify the needs", Lopez said. Following the storms, Cuomo visited Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in a show of solidarity and to better understand how NY could help.
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    Although Nigeria is not a member of the five nation Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee, it had gladly accepted the invitation of the co-chairs of the Committee and the OPEC Conference President to attend the meeting because it believes the committee is doing a good job and needs to be supported and also to clarify Nigeria's position on its crude oil production, the minister said.
  • Maine's Collins puts another nail in coffin of Obamacare repeal

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    As GOP leaders scramble for votes, a chief target is Sen. In July, McCain and Murkowski had voted against the last Senate Republicans' bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare and along with Sen. Before McCain's announcement, Republican leaders had planned to move forward with a vote in the coming week, although the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office had yet to complete a full analysis of the Graham-Cassidy legislation.
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    They called 911 and went back over to the scene, where he said members were still panicked and the injured were laid out on the floor. Stay with ABC13 Eyewitness News for more on this developing story. An eighth victim was pistol-whipped and taken to hospital for treatment. Metro Nashville Police said the scene remained active as of 12:10 p.m. local time and advised people to stay away from the area.
  • Two officers shot in New Haven, Conn., standoff

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    The man removes something from the officer's belt before the officer opens fire. The officer then discovered the item was not a weapon. "Upon the officers' arrival, they were confronted by a male adult who had an unknown dark object in his hand", Moore said.
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    The Worcestershire all-rounder blazed his way to three figures off just 53 balls with eight sixes. He went from 50 to 100 in a jaw-dropping 12 deliveries, an ODI record. Opening batsman Chris Gayle is fit again to play for the West Indies after injuring his hamstring in the warmup ahead of the second ODI. He went to his hundred with successive sixes off Cummins in an incredible burst of scoring which brought him 61 runs from only 13 balls.
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    Spain's Interior Ministry says that a state prosecutor has asked for the central government to coordinate the policing efforts to impede the referendum on Catalonia's secession from Spain. Police, acting under court orders, have stepped up raids on printers, newspaper offices and private delivery companies in recent days in a search for campaign literature, instruction manuals for manning voting stations and ballot boxes.
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    He specializes in global risk analysis, USA security and foreign policy strategy, and security and political relations in Asia. "If Russia wants to restore its role as a credible actor in resolving the situation with North Korea it can prove its good intentions by upholding its commitments to establish worldwide efforts on nuclear security and arms control".
  • Gareth Barry To Celebrate Milestone Only If West Brom Wins

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    Barry matched Giggs record appearance of 632, last weekend in the goalless draw against West Ham. It is a testament to his longevity, adaptability and quality that he has lasted so long in the fast-paced, blood-and-thunder world of English soccer.
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    He spoke just days after Trump , in a speech before the United Nations General Assembly , derisively called Kim " Rocket Man " and said it might be necessary to "completely destroy" North Korea . U.S. Treasury and gold prices rose while the Japanese yen strengthened on Friday as the exchange of barbs fueled geopolitical jitters and drove investors into assets considered safer during times of turmoil.
  • Turkey warns of 'serious consequences' if Iraqi Kurd referendum goes ahead

    Turkey warns of 'serious consequences' if Iraqi Kurd referendum goes ahead

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    The worldwide community, especially Iraq's neighboring countries such as Iran, Turkey and Syria, have voiced strong opposition to the move, fearing it would inspire the huge Kurdish population in their own countries to follow suit. The head of the Kurdistan region of Iraq rejected all local, regional and worldwide pressure to postpone the referendum, saying: "They have been pressing us day and night".
  • Protesters gather in Barcelona as Catalan referendum dealt a blow

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    Catalonia's executive admitted Thursday, September 21, that plans for an outlawed independence referendum had been dealt a major blow by a police crackdown , but vowed to press ahead, urging support from the worldwide community. Police have also seized over 45,000 notifications destined for Catalans selected to staff polling stations, threatened to arrest mayors who facilitate the vote if they do not comply with a criminal probe, and tightened control over the region's finances.
  • Israel says Iran missile test a 'provocation'

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    The unveiling of the missile came during a military parade that commemorated the 1980s Iraq-Iran War. The state-run IRNA news agency quoted chief of the Revolutionary Guard's airspace division, Gen Amir Ali Hajizadeh, as saying that the ballistic missile "can carry several warheads for various uses".
  • Fresh nuclear test suspected for N. Korea's quake

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    China's Earthquake Administration said the quake was not a nuclear explosion and had the characteristics of a natural tremor. The quake, which South Korea put at magnitude 3.0, was detected in Kilju county in North Hamgyong Province, where North Korea's known Punggyeri nuclear site is located, the official said.
  • Facebook Does Election U-Turn

    Facebook Does Election U-Turn

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    Should it discover more evidences pertinent to the overall investigation, it will continue to work with authorities and government officials. Before that, representatives from Twitter are scheduled to meet with Intelligence Committee staff members next week to talk about the role their company played.