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India Warns Pakistan Of Consequences In Spy Row

India Warns Pakistan Of Consequences In Spy Row

Pakistan's Defence Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif has said that there are three appellate forums that are available to Jadhav under the law. "Consular access is usually expeditiously granted", he adde...

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20 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

20 arrested in California pro and anti-Trump rallies

Civic Center Park, where 21 people were arrested, and gas was released on the crowd earlier in the morning. At least 20 people have been arrested after supporters and opponents of Donald Trump clash...

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Russia slams watchdog probe of alleged Syria chemical attack

In a move that slightly softened the atmosphere, Lavrov said Putin had agreed to restore a U.S. -Russia air safety agreement covering Syria which Moscow suspended in retaliation for the U.S. "That...

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Uber drives usher Walter Banks to Opening Day at SunTrust Park

He threw 105 pitches, leaving in the bottom of the sixth in a pinch-hit situation. He gave up two earned runs in 5 2/3 innings in his first start, a loss to Dodgers. "When you look at the pre- and pos...

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Melissa McCarthy's "Spicey" Easter Bunny says "OK, so I messed up!"

The sketch immediately addressed the real Spicer's controversial comments about Adolf Hitler this week. Some even called for Spicer to be fired as press secretary. Providing a debut to Fallon's Ku...

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Egypt's Easter celebrations cut after bombings

The attacks led President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to declare a state of emergency, amid fears that IS militants, who have been battling security forces in the Sinai Peninsula for years, are shifting t...

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Kerala wants more time to move liquor vends away from highways

However, Himachal Pradesh has been brought in the ban limit of 220 metres as applicable to local bodies adjoining the highways with 20,000 or less population. Denotifying highways appears to be coming...

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N Korea 'fails' to launch missile

North Korea celebrates "Day of the Sun" with a massive military parade. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E). North Korean schoolgirls perform at the Mangyongdae Children's Palace on Friday, April 14, 2017, in Py...

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Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez Acquitted of Double Murder

Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez Acquitted of Double Murder

Prosecutors and relatives of the men killed in former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez's double murder case say they're upset about his acquittal but take solace in the fact he's already ...

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Canada's Government Has a Plan to Legalize Recreational Weed By Next Summer

Canadian officials were in close touch with their American counterparts as they drafted the proposed law, Ralph Goodale, Canada's public safety minister, said on Thursday. "We are moving from a prohib...

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'I can't sleep': Wildlife carer begs thief to return stolen koala joeys

'I can't sleep': Wildlife carer begs thief to return stolen koala joeys

The carer had been treating two of them with specialist medication and all three were on supplemental feeding plans. Police are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate 3 young Koalas taken f...

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Death toll in bomb attack on Syria evacuees rises to 112

According to the news service, state television aired images of buses "charred" and "gutted" by the blast and bodies lying near the site of the attack. Foua and Kfraya, besieged by the rebels, lived u...

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Gardaí Investigating After Fatal Hit And Run In Dublin

Gardaí Investigating After Fatal Hit And Run In Dublin

Despite the best efforts of passer-by's, the man was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency services. Gardaí say Mr Lynch was not involved in criminality. Gardaí are trying to establish what brou...

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Russia, Syria and Iran warn USA against further strikes

A British delegation at the world's chemical weapons watchdog said on Thursday that samples taken from the attack tested positive for the nerve agent sarin, confirming earlier testing by Turkish autho...

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Isco hints at new Real Madrid contract

Far from being bitter with head coach Zidane , having made only his 15th league start of the season, Isco says he can not fault the former Galactico as Madrid sit pretty at the top of the table. I'...

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Security tightened at Mumbai, Chennai airports following a hijack threat call

Security tightened at Mumbai, Chennai airports following a hijack threat call

Security tightened at Chennai airport following a hijack threat call, police investigation underway. "Special airport security committee meetings were held at airports and all concerned have been al...

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India calls off maritime talks with Pakistan as tension soars over Jadhav

Earlier spokesperson from United Nations said that the organisation will not weigh in on the issue of a Pakistani military court handing Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav a death sentence. The move co...

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Russian Federation relations 'at all-time low'

Russian Federation relations 'at all-time low'

Tillerson met President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov for discussions that were meant to tackle, primarily, the fight against Daesh and safe zones, but that were consumed by the ...

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Tax march demanding the President release his returns

Organizers said the protests - dubbed the Tax March - were scheduled in almost 150 cities, and stemmed from the women's march that took place the day after Mr. She rode a bus from New Jersey to ...

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20 killed in Sri Lanka as massive mound of garbage collapses

Members of the military work during a rescue mission after a garabage dump collapsed and buried dozens of houses in Colombo , Sri Lanka. The massive garbage dump collapse occurred late on Friday, a...

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The New York Approves Free College Tuition

The New York Approves Free College Tuition

Sara Goldrick-Rab, a Temple University professor who studies college affordability, said the requirement undercuts the promise of free tuition and could deliver a nasty shock to students who fail to...

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Chinese FM Warns N. Korean Issue Can't be Resolved by Force

Chinese FM Warns N. Korean Issue Can't be Resolved by Force

Missiles appeared to be the main theme of the large parade on Saturday, with Kim's grandson, leader Kim Jong-un, taking time to greet the commander of the Strategic Forces, the branch of the military ...

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Airlines are reviewing policies to compensate customers bumped from flights

Airlines are reviewing policies to compensate customers bumped from flights

The incident on Sunday on a flight preparing to leave Chicago's O'Hare International Airport has sparked widespread outrage, calls for congressional hearings and a petition urging the airline's chief ...

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North Korea: Mike Pence in Seoul to reaffirm support to Asia allies

The parade came amid growing global concern that North Korea could be preparing for a sixth nuclear test or a major missile launch, possibly its first flight test of an ICBM capable of reaching Americ...

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Syria: 100 killed as bomb hits buses with evacuees

The deal to evacuate the towns was the latest in a string of such agreements, touted by the rebels as the best way to end the fighting. April 16: The death toll in a blast that occurred near a bus c...

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Venezuelans active in streets, pushing for earlier ending of Maduro regime

Venezuelans active in streets, pushing for earlier ending of Maduro regime

On Friday, Capriles was banned from running for office for 15 years for misappropriating government funds for personal and political use. Thousands of people, some carrying signs reading "Dictator M...

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Attack on Syria justified

Nevertheless, at a G7 summit in Italy earlier this week, Mr. Tillerson said: "I think it is clear to all of us that the reign of the Assad family is coming to an end."Defence Secretary James Mattis ...

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Public opinion is shifting on USA involvement in Syria

Public opinion is shifting on USA involvement in Syria

In Washington, Trump said the United States was not getting along "at all" with Moscow, adding that the relationship "may be at an all-time low". "We have seen very alarming actions recently with an...

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Three die in Indian Kashmir poll violence

Security remains tight and the Valley has been turned into a fortress. "There were more than 200 incidents of violence.which included stone-pelting, petrol bomb attacks, setting ablaze of a polling ...

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UK Foreign Secretary Calls Assad 'Arch-Terrorist,' Urges Russia To End Support

This comes after consensus from US and world leaders that his government forces were behind the attack. Syria has denied any use of chemical weapons and Moscow said the deaths were the result of a ...

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27 died as ISIS bombs church in Egypt on Palm Sunday

27 died as ISIS bombs church in Egypt on Palm Sunday

The priest of St. George's Church in the northern Egyptian city of Tanta, where a suicide bomber killed at least 27 people, says he lost his 23-year-old son, who was among six deacons killed in the at...

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President Trump signs bill allowing states to withhold Planned Parenthood funds

Jennifer Childs-Roshak, president and chief executive officer of the Planned Parenthood League of MA and Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of MA. But of the broadcast networks, NBC was the only one t...

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Kremilin: Putin told Tillerson why US-Russian ties in bad state

Kremilin: Putin told Tillerson why US-Russian ties in bad state

The country's top two diplomats have admitted that there is little trust between them. The two leaders were expected to discuss disagreement about whether Syrian President Bashar Assad or his opposi...

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Assad: Chemical Weapons Attack Is '100 Percent Fabrication'

Moscow offered the explanation that regime aircraft hit a chemical weapons facility controlled by rebels on the ground. Syria said the US manufactured the chemical attack as an excuse to attack. Assad...

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Over 100 killed during Syria's troubled population transfer

Over 100 killed during Syria's troubled population transfer

Ahmed Afandar, a resident evacuated from his hometown near Madaya, says dozens of buses carrying children, women and men are not allowed to proceed toward rebel-held Idlib as planned. He added it was ...

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