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Drayton Manor death: Theme park victim Evha Jannath died from chest injuries

Drayton Manor death: Theme park victim Evha Jannath died from chest injuries

The South Staffordshire Coroner's office released the cause of Evha Jannath's death as "blunt force chest trauma" and said an inquest into her death would open next Tuesday. "We would like to also thank fellow schools in Leicester and Leicester City Council for providing practical help, including counselling for our pupils and staff".


Duke Energy told to detail costs, prospects for nuke plant

Duke Energy told to detail costs, prospects for nuke plant

The North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) has given Duke 60 days to respond to a raft of questions on the project for which Duke has already spent an estimated $531 million, according to a filing with state regulators in SC. Toshiba-owned Westinghouse said in March that it had financing to maintain its operations and continue work on four nuclear reactors it is helping to build in SC and Georgia.


Chelsea Manning: Wikileaks source freed from military prison

Chelsea Manning: Wikileaks source freed from military prison

And the seven years that had already been served was seen as enough by the Obama White House. The 29-year-old served seven years in jail over what is believed to have been the biggest breach of classified information in United States military history.



Netanyahu: Trump Visit Will 'Strengthen Our Great Alliance'

Trump said at a news conference with Netanyahu in February that his administration was looking at moving the embassy "with great care". In her Senate confirmation hearing, Haley she "absolutely" supports such a move. "That sounds like a policy decision ", McMaster responded. Israeli officials appear to be increasingly concerned over Trump visit, during which he is expected to attempt to revive the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.


Dog Meat To Be Banned From China's Yulin Festival

Dog Meat To Be Banned From China's Yulin Festival

Thousands of puppies and kitties - many of them stolen pets and strays - are slaughtered for food at the annual celebration, and worldwide opposition to the event has been growing since it began in 2010, The Independent reports . Authorities have also introduced roadblocks to help regulate the flow of animals into the city. A woman arriving with dogs to sell at the Yulin Market.