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Baby boy dies after Mother wearing high-heels loses balance and drops him

MUMBAI: A six-month-old baby loses his life after mother descending from the stairs while wearing heals dropped him. According to the Mahatma Phule police station, the incident occurred around 3 pm when baby Mohammed Shaikh's family was attending a wedding in the Matoshri Hall in Kalyan's Ram Baug area. Mother Femida Shaikh was wearing high heels and carrying Mohammed when she stumbled and slipped. The infant slipped from her hands and landed on the stairs. The fall damaged the baby's spine and before he could be taken…

Approval of President Trump drops to lowest since inauguration: Ipsos poll

NEW YORK: Public approval of President Donald Trump has dropped to its lowest level since his inauguration, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday, after Trump was accused of mishandling classified information and meddling with an FBI investigation. The May 14-18 opinion poll found that 38 percent of adults approved of Trump while 56 percent disapproved. The remaining 6 percent had "mixed feelings." Americans appear to have soured on Trump after a tumultuous week in the White House during which the…

Sweden drops Assange investigation, UK police says he still faces arrest

STOCKHOLM/LONDON: Swedish prosecutors dropped an investigation on Friday of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over a rape allegation, but British police said he would still be arrested if he left the Ecuadorean embassy in London where he has been holed up for nearly five years. Assange, 45, took refuge in the embassy in June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over the rape allegation, which he denies. He feared Sweden would hand him over to the United States to face prosecution over WikiLeaks' publication of thousands of…

Oil drops over 2 percent as China slowdown weighs

SINGAPORE: Crude oil prices fell over 2 percent on Monday as China's economic slowdown dented the outlook for demand and traders are placing record bets on even lower prices as they increasingly lose faith in a significant market recovery.