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New York—Teen accused of vandalizing memorial of slain Navy SEAL and Medal of Honor recipient
2018-07-21    0 views
A 14-year-old boy was charged for vandalizing the memorial of a fallen Navy SEAL.
The boy was charged with second-degree criminal mischief.
A granite stone with an image of the SEAL, Lt. Michael Murphy, was shattered.
The park was dedicated to Lt. Michael Murphy in 2009. He was once a lifeguard there.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he was “appalled and disgusted”.
Cuomo promised that the state would pay to replace the plaque.

Credit: US NAVY, Wikimedia Commons, Suffolk County Police Department via Facebook
Australia, UK ready to agree on free trade deal
2018-07-21    0 views
Australia and Britain are ready to agree on a free trade deal as soon as circumstances allow, Australian minister for foreign affairs Julie Bishop said on Friday (July 20).

British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt, hosting his first bilateral meeting since being appointed to the role earlier in July, said he had discussed a future trade deal with his visiting Australian counterpart.

"Both governments stand ready to agree a free trade agreement as soon as circumstances allow," Bishop told reporters at a British-Australia meeting in Edinburgh.

Britain wants to secure free trade deals with new partners following its departure from the European Union in March 2019.

Credit: Reuters
Australian divers Richard Harris and Craig Challen to be awarded honours, PM confirms
2018-07-19    10 views
Just hours after Dr. Richard Harris had completed his rescue mission, he found out that his father had died.

Harris has returned to Adelaide and wants to celebrate his father’s life.

The doctor and his friend, Craig Challen planned on traveling to the Nullarbor...until the Thai authorities gave them a call for assistance.

Initially they thought they were going to help with the recoveries, but later found that they were going to help with the rescue.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is now waiting to award them with honours for their rescue efforts.

Courtesy: THAI NAVY SEAL via Reuters
Melbourne, AUS -- Rally against 19 years of persecution in China
2018-07-17    4 views
Melbourne, AUS -- Rally against 19 years of persecution in China

Credit: EMG EET News
Explosion sets off fire outside Egypt'sCairo airport, air movement unaffected
2018-07-16    0 views
An explosion ripped through fuel tanks near Egypt's Cairo airport on Thursday (July 12) evening, igniting a fire in the area, but the country's civil aviation minister said air movement was unaffected.

The cause of the explosion was not immediately known.

Eyewitness video obtained by Reuters shows a large fire burning in distance, lighting up the Cairo skyline. Egyptian state television reported that firefighters had brought the fire under control. It said the tanks outside the airport perimeter belonged to a private company, which was not identified.

Egypt is battling an Islamist militant insurgency that has carried out attacks, mainly in the remote Sinai Peninsula, where the army has been conducting a security operation since February.

How to prepare for and respond to house fires
2018-07-11    0 views
5. Smoke Alarms

Smoke alarms will warn you if a fire starts, and give you more time to escape safely. Clean and test them regularly to make sure they are working.

4. Electrical Devices and Appliances

Electrical appliances and faults cause almost 40 percent of home fires. - Fire and Rescue NSW
Don’t leave phones on charge while away. And switch off appliances when not in use. Don’t overload power boards.

3. Heaters and Flames

Keep objects at least one meter away from heaters and open fires. Turn off heaters and electric blankets before going to bed. Put out all fires, candles, and cigarettes when you are not at home.

2. Cooking

Close to half of home fires start in the kitchen. Don’t leave your kitchen while something is on the stove-top. Fats and oils can overheat and catch fire quickly.

1. Have an Escape Plan

In a fire, get out immediately and call emergency services (000 for Australia). Do not return to your home until the fire is out. Plan how to leave your home in a fire. Turn out the lights, practice escaping in the dark.
New York & Virginia Become First States in U.S. To Require Mental Health Education In Schools
2018-07-05    0 views
On July 1, New York and Virginia legislated mental health education in school curriculum.

Years of legislation and a rise in mental health issues in young children prompted the move.

In New York, all K-12 classrooms must be up-to-date with current understandings of health.

In Virginia, the school board will collaborate with mental health experts.
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2018-07-03    0 views
Brisbane Man Charged With 14 Counts of Terrorism-Related Offences Following Morning Raid
2018-06-30    0 views

A 21-year-old Brisbane man has been charged with terrorism-related offences.

Members of the Queensland Joint Counter Terrorism Team raided the man’s home on June 30, 2018.

It is alleged that the man-made preparations to travel to Syria to engage in hostile activities, between late 2016 and early 2017.

The man is expected to appear in court on July 2, 2018.
Toys 'R' us Shuts Down for Good
2018-06-30    4 views
Toys “R” Us was America’s toy store for 70 years.

Now it is gone, all its stores closed forever.

Bad business decisions forced a bankruptcy.

An era of toy-shopping has ended.
New Powder Restrictions Enforced on International Flights From June 30
2018-06-26    8 views
New rules relating to the transport of powders on International flights will take effect on June 30.

It will apply to passengers with carry-on luggage on flights bound for the United States.

Passengers carrying more than 12 ounces (350 mL) of powder, such as cosmetics, talcum powder and dry spices, will be subjected to additional screening.

Powder greater than 12 ounces must be placed in a separate bin for X-ray screening.

Staff may dispose the powder if it cannot be identified.

Passengers with greater amounts are encouraged to place them in checked luggage.

The announcement was made by America’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

The new rule is partly prompted by a failed bomb plot in July 2017, said the TSA.

“These enhanced screening measures enable TSA officers to better screen for threats to passengers and aircrew while maintaining efficiency at checkpoints throughout the U.S.” – TSA spokesman, Michael England

Australia will enforce similar rules also starting on June 30.
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