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62 people detained in violence-hit Mandsaur

62 people detained in violence-hit Mandsaur

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi only knows to fire bullets at farmers and not to waive off their loans. The Congress Wednesday termed as "coldblooded murder" the killing of five farmers in police firing in Madhya Pradesh and questioned the prime minister's silence over it. Read More

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Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK Condemns Terrorist Attack in London

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK Condemns Terrorist Attack in London

The attackers first drove a rented van into a crowd and then jumped out and randomly stabbed people they encountered. The Metropolitan police commander for engagement, Mak Chishty, the highest-ranking officer of Muslim faith, called for "a step-change - a different direction and a different movement to counter the scourge of terrorism, extremism and hatred that we have in our communities at present". Read More

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12-year-old girl helps deliver her baby brother

12-year-old girl helps deliver her baby brother

Jacee says she feels "blessed" by the experience of delivering her own brother. "Dr. Wolf said, 'Why don't you just let her suit up and deliver the baby?'"Jacee's mother said". Jacee Dellapena was upset during her mother's labour because, she said, she was too short to see her brother born. "I was scared I was going to mess up or do something wrong because there are plenty of things you can do wrong". Read More

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Trump Administration asks US Supreme Court to reinstate travel order

But this week's applications argue that the lower courts made several mistakes when blocking the ban, including relying on statements the US President made during the 2016 campaign. The case marks the President's first test of his travel ban in the nation's highest court after multiple stinging rebukes of his national security justifications for the ban in the lower federal courts. Read More

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Iran minister rejects Trump's reaction to attacks as 'repugnant'

Iran minister rejects Trump's reaction to attacks as 'repugnant'

The Islamic republic's elite Revolutionary Guard has accused regional rival Saudi Arabia of involvement in Wednesday's attacks. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attacks. President Trump visited Saudi Arabia last month and made a speech blaming Iran for regional instability. Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei had initially played down the attacks, describing them as "firecrackers" that "will not have the slightest effect on the will of the ... Read More

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US special forces helping Philippines troops to end city siege

US special forces helping Philippines troops to end city siege

The announcement of U.S. help in the embattled southern region comes after Duterte has sought to reduce the Philippines' reliance on the United States and build much closer ties with China and Russian Federation. A military helicopter prepares to land as fighting continues in Marawi on Friday. "We don't have adequate surveillance equipment, so we asked the USA military for assistance". Read More

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Nick Clegg in shock 'Portillo moment', O'Mara wins

Nick Clegg in shock 'Portillo moment', O'Mara wins

Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg lost his seat to the Labour Party in Sheffield Hallam. O'Mara has been speaking to our reporter Ben Fearn on his first day in the job. 'The Labour party vote didn't go up very much, mine didn't go down very much, ' he said. "But overall results show the SNP will win a majority of the seats in this country and a majority of the votes". Read More

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Qatar FM to AP: No one has 'right to blockade my country'

They have imposed what Qatar says is a blockade of shipping and air traffic and closed Qatar's only land border, causing panic buying at supermarkets and provoking confusion and anxiety across the population. Germany has called for diplomatic efforts to resolve a growing crisis over Qatar, which is accused by four Arab neighbours of funding terrorism. The Arab Sunni nations accuse Qatar of supporting radical groups, including allowing or encouraging financial support. Read More

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Corbyn cuts Tories' poll lead again

Corbyn cuts Tories' poll lead again

He said: "They would obviously be for people looking for work, the vast majority will be for people coming out of our schools and our colleges and our universities, and we will not allow anyone to only recruit overseas for jobs here". Corbyn and other party leaders have blamed May's foreign policy and her cuts on security budgets as the main reasons for the UK's vulnerability to such attacks. Read More

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No one can be punished on basis of suspicions, doubts: Hussain

No one can be punished on basis of suspicions, doubts: Hussain

Imran Khan said that PML-N leaders have no loyal workers, they use Punjab police to exert their force on people because their own so called workers abandon them in their bad times. In previous sessions with the JIT, Hussain Nawaz explained variations in his account with regard to the family's London flats and submitted a record of the establishment, sale and purchase of Al-Azizia Steel Mills in Saudi Arabia, the Gulf Steel Mills in the United Arab Emirates and further investments in steel and ... Read More

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Two Australians confirmed dead in London Bridge terror attack

Two Australians confirmed dead in London Bridge terror attack

Ms Zelenak and Ms Goncalves, both au pairs working in Herne Hill in south London , had met on the train. Alexandre Pigeard , 27, has also been named by French media as one of the seven people killed. Dozens more people were injured - some critically - after the rampage on the bridge and in nearby Borough Market . At the launch of the 2018 Invictus Games at Sydney's Admiralty House today, the Prince began his speech by saying: "I'd like to start by sending my thoughts to those affected ... Read More

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UK election shock could delay, soften Brexit

But former chancellor George Osborne, sacked from the Cabinet by Mrs May and now editor of the Evening Standard, told ITV: "Clearly if she's got a worse result than two years ago and is nearly unable to form a government then she I doubt will survive in the long term as Conservative party leader". Read More

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Trump breaks silence on Comey testimony: 'total and complete vindication'

He said the president had pressured him to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn , whom Mr Trump fired for misleading the White House over M Flynn's contacts with Moscow's ambassador. "Those were lies, plain and simple ", Comey said. US President Donald Trump has broken his silence on Twitter after James Comey's explosive testimony to accuse the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief of perjury. Read More

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General Election results 2017

The Labour Party, which exceeded expectations to win 266 seats, will continue to pile on pressure on Theresa May to resign - and she will continue to resist, in the name of "stability". "Let's put our minds together on striking a deal ", Michel Barnier said. After two shocks at British polling booths in as many years, some European neighbors are running out of patience, while others see signs of hope for a more stunted Brexit. Read More

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Comey: I kept records on Trump because I thought he might 'lie'

Comey: I kept records on Trump because I thought he might 'lie'

The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said he he kept notes on his meetings with the president because he was concerned Trump might lie about the nature of their conversations. Trump's leaker reference is in regard to Comey's testimony that he provided a memo to a close friend so that it could be leaked to the press. Trump abruptly fired Comey as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on May 9, admitting later that the Russian Federation probe was on his mind ... Read More

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Qatar blames current crisis on fake news inserted by hackers

Saudi Arabia , Bahrain , Egypt , Yemen and the United Arab Emirates - as well as Libya - have all cut ties with Qatar over the country's alleged links to extremist groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood . "Qatar has a history of supporting groups that span the spectrum of political expression, from activism to violence", Tillerson said . The secretary of State said the emir of Qatar has made progress in curbing financial support for extremist groups, "but he must do more and he ... Read More

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Egypt and Bahrain keep pressure on Qatar in Gulf crisis

Adel al-Jubeir spoke Wednesday after meeting his German counterpart in Berlin. Qatar relies heavily on food imports, especially those coming over its only land border with Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia's al Watan newspaper published what it said was a list of eight "extremist organizations" seen as working to destabilize the region from Qatar , including Qatar's al Jazeera news channel, that were targeted by Gulf Arab states. Read More

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LeBron not faulting Warriors for building powerhouse team

Kerr mockingly agreed, saying after the Warriors' shootaround that "the game gets worse as time goes on" and "players are less talented than they used to be". They made tough shots, they got it rolling. One team is trying to make history, the other desperately hoping to avoid a repeat of it. Iguodala's line: 4 points (2-of-4 shooting from the field, 0-of-2 from the line), four assists, two blocks and one rebound. Read More

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Kansas man faces hate crime indictment in bar shooting

Kansas man faces hate crime indictment in bar shooting

The indictment alleges Purinton shot Kuchibhotla and Madasani due to their perceived race, color, religion and national origin. A third count in the indictment charges Purinton with violating a federal firearms statute by discharging a firearm at Kuchibhotla, Madasani, and the third man, Ian Grillot , during those crimes of violence. Read More

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