Brazilian Woman Swallow 106 Wrap Of Cocaine To Deliver To Nigerian.

Brazilian Woman Swallow 106 Wrap Of Cocaine To Deliver To Nigerian.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has arrested a 25-year-old Brazillian woman for allegedly smuggling cocaine in 106 self-swallowed capsules, officials said on Sunday. The NCB recovered 930 gram of pure South American Cocaine in the 106 capsules from the woman who was caught at the Indira Gandhi International airport on May 14 based on intelligence inputs. The woman had arrived from Sao Paulo in Brazil. She was later taken to Delhi's Safdarjung hospital where an x-ray confirmed the presence of cocaine-filled capsules in her body. "She got the consignment from the South American drug mafia and was supposed to deliver it to African drug traffickers active in the National Capital Region," a senior NCB official was quoted as saying by news agency PTI. The woman, whose identity has not been revealed, was placed under arrest on Saturday under sections of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act and remanded to judicial custody by a court. “The Nigerian national, who had to accept the consignment,...
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China says welcomes North Korea’s decision to halt nuclear, missile tests.

China says welcomes North Korea’s decision to halt nuclear, missile tests.

China Saturday said it welcomed North Korea’s decision to halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches, with Pyongyang’s chief ally saying the move would help promote denuclearisation in the flashpoint region. “China believes the decision to stop nuclear tests and focus on developing the economy and improving people’s living standards will help further ease the situation on the Korean peninsula and help to promote the process of denuclearisation and attempts to find a political settlement,” Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said in a statement. “China will support North Korea … (to engage in) dialogue and consultation with the relevant parties.” The surprise announcement comes less than a week before the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean President Moon Jae-in for a summit in the Demilitarised Zone that divides the peninsula, ahead of an eagerly-awaited encounter with US President Donald Trump. However, Kim gave no indication Pyongyang might be willing to give up its nuclear weapons or the missiles with which...
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Japan-US trade surplus edges down as Abe, Trump meet.

Japan-US trade surplus edges down as Abe, Trump meet.

Japan’s politically sensitive trade surplus with the US edged down in March, government data showed Wednesday, as the two countries’ leaders held talks over the thorny issue of bilateral trade. Japan logged a surplus in March of 623.1 billion yen ($5.9 billion) with the US, down 0.2 percent, as imports of American-made cars and aircraft climbed, according to the finance ministry data. The fresh data comes as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump thrash out difficulties in their trade relations at a summit in Mar-a-Lago. Larry Kudlow, Trump’s top economic advisor, has cautioned that while “Japan is a great friend and ally”, there are “certain disagreements with respect to some of the trading issues, we’ll iron those out hopefully”. To its obvious displeasure, Japan was not on the list of countries exempt from Trump’s announced tariffs on steel and aluminium. And Trump tweeted on Friday that Japan “has hit us hard on trade for years”. Japan’s overall trade surplus was 797.3 billion...
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California woman who drove family off cliff was drunk.

A woman believed to have intentionally driven her wife and children off a cliff in the US state of California was legally drunk, the local sheriff’s office said. A vehicle owned by the couple — Sarah and Jennifer Hart, both 38 — was found at the bottom of a cliff that overlooks the Pacific Ocean in California’s Mendocino County on March 26. Their bodies and those of three of their children — Markis, 19, Jeremiah, 14, and Abigail, 14 — were recovered, while their other three children — Hannah, 16, Devonte, 15, and Sierra, 15 — are missing and feared dead. “Preliminary results showed Jennifer Hart had a .102 BAC (blood alcohol content),” the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Friday. “Sarah Hart and two of the children had a positive toxicology finding in their blood for Diphenhydramine, an active ingredient in Benadryl,” it said. In California, a person is legally drunk if they have a BAC of .08 or higher. Diphenhydramine...
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10 Less Crime Cities in the United State of America 2018..

10 Less Crime Cities in the United State of America 2018..

Our Reality team and panel Crime Monitoring from all Concern states and researched each city's public safety, public health, and educational offerings to determine 2018’s 100 Safest Cities in America. Share your rank! Proud your city made the list? Share the great news with your neighbors and friends by America badge and posting it to your social accounts. 1. Lewisboro, New York Previously #1 The nearly 13,000 people in Lewisboro, New York, may sleep soundly for the second year in a row because this town has once again been named the number one Safest City in America! In 2017, there were only two crimes reported in Lewisboro—and none of them were violent crimes, assaults, or burglaries. This rings true for 2018, too. Keep up the good work, Lewisboro. We love public safety initiatives like the Are You Okay campaign, which provides daily phone calls to older adults who live alone. These programs help make Lewisboro the Safest City in America. Population12,587 Violent Crimesper 1,0000.00 Property Crimesper 1,0000.10 See more safe cities in...
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Two Koreas agree to hold summit on April 27.

Two Koreas agree to hold summit on April 27.

The two Koreas on Thursday set a date for a rare inter-Korean summit, following a high-level meeting that was held days after the nuclear-armed North’s leader Kim Jong Un made his international debut with a surprise trip to China. “According to the will of both leaders, the South and North agreed to hold the ‘2018 South-North summit’ on April 27 at the South’s Peace House in Panmunjom,” said a joint press statement, read out in turn by both delegations’ leaders. The meeting between Kim Jong Un, leader of nuclear-armed North Korea, and the South’s President Moon Jae-in will be only the third of its kind, and will be followed by landmark talks with US President Donald Trump which could come as early as May. The venue will make Kim the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South since the end of the Korean War — although according to Pyongyang’s official accounts, during the conflict his grandfather and predecessor Kim Il...
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Tearful Malala makes first trip to Pakistan since Taliban attack.

Tearful Malala makes first trip to Pakistan since Taliban attack.

Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai returned to Pakistan Thursday, saying tearfully that it was “a dream” to come home for the first time since she was airlifted to Britain after being shot in the head by a Taliban gunman more than five years ago. The 20-year-old was overcome with emotion as she made a televised speech from the Prime Minister’s House in Islamabad, wiping away tears as she spoke of the beauty of her native Swat valley. “Always it has been my dream that I should go to Pakistan and there, in peace and without any fear, I can move on streets, I can meet people, I can talk to people. “And I think that it’s my old home again … so it is actually happening, and I am grateful to all of you.” She had arrived unannounced with her parents under tight security overnight. Pakistanis awakening to the news she was back in the country flooded social media with messages of welcome, with...
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Germany ‘not as good as some think’, says Kroos.

Germany ‘not as good as some think’, says Kroos.

A goal from Gabriel Jesus gave Brazil revenge over the World Cup winners, who must use the experience as an opportunity to work harder Toni Kroos has said that Germany must use their 1-0 defeat to Brazil on Tuesday as something of a wake up call and that Joachim Low’s side are “not as good as some of us might think”. A goal from Gabriel Jesus gave the South Americans a narrow victory in Berlin that amounts to some form of revenge after they were thumped 7-1 by Germany as the Europeans won the 2014 World Cup. With the 2018 competition now just weeks away, the Germans are once again considered one of the favourites but Real Madrid midfielder Kroos believes that they cannot let the hype get to them after their latest setback. RELATED 'IT WASN'T A GOOD PERFORMANCE' - LOW LAMENTS UNFORCED ERRORS AFTER BRAZIL LOSS JESUS GOAL ENOUGH FOR BRAZIL TO BEAT GERMANY IN STATS: ALL THE NUMBERS FROM BRAZIL'S WIN...
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64 dead in Russian shopping mall inferno.

64 dead in Russian shopping mall inferno.

A total of 64 people, many of them children, perished in a fire that ravaged a busy shopping mall in an industrial city in Siberia, officials said Monday as rescuers searched through piles of charred rubble to recover bodies. Russian television showed images of thick black smoke pouring out of the roof of the Winter Cherry shopping centre in the city of Kemerovo, which also houses a sauna, a bowling alley and a multiplex cinema and was packed with people on Sunday afternoon. Emergency services minister Vladimir Puchkov said on Russian television: “We have recorded that unfortunately as a result of the accident 64 people died.” He said this was the “final figure”, and included six people still buried under the rubble. Russia’s Investigative Committee said the roof collapsed in two theatres of the cinema in the blaze, which erupted at around 4 pm local time (0900 GMT) Sunday. Witnesses told Russian television that some did not hear alarms or did not take them seriously...
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6.4 quake off eastern Indonesia, tsunami alert lifted.

6.4 quake off eastern Indonesia, tsunami alert lifted.

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck off eastern Indonesia in the early hours of Monday, triggering a brief tsunami alert that was swiftly lifted, according to seismic monitoring organisations. The quake struck deep at some 171 kilometres (106 miles) below the earth’s surface in the Banda Sea, the US Geological Survey said. A tsunami alert was initially triggered by the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWMS). However IOTWMS followed up with a second bulletin that said there was “no threat to countries in the Indian Ocean”. The quake’s epicentre was located in a sparsely inhabited part of the Banda Sea, 380 kilometres from Ambon, the capital of Maluku province. Local officials said there were no reports of damage or injury. “The tremor was felt mildly for two to three seconds by the locals, there was no panic and no tsunami threat,” disaster mitigation agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho told AFP. A similar 6.1-magnitude quake hit close to Monday’s epicentre on 26 February and caused no damage. Indonesia...
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