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22 minors taken to France go missing, FIR registered: CBI


The boys were being sent to France under the impression they were on rugby tours. "Searches were conducted today at four places at Delhi which resulted in recovery of incriminating documents and other articles from the premises of accused persons", added a CBI officer. Read More »

Ringo Starr, Barry Gibb To Receive Knighthoods


After he was missed off the Queen's Birthday Honours in 2011, Sir Paul told Absolute Radio it was "about time" that Starr was knighted, adding that he would have told the Queen "look, love, Sir Richard Starkey - it's got a ring". 'I want to acknowledge how responsible my brothers are for this honour. "It is as much theirs as it is mine". Starr was honoured for his "services to music". Read More »

Israel rabbis lead prayers for rain at Western Wall


Earlier this week, Guatemala announced plans to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem, following a controversial United States decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Previous excavations by Israel near the holy site - the spiritual epicentre of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict - have sparked violent Palestinian protests. Read More »

UN Secretary General issues worldwide 'red alert' for 2018


Negotiations to end more than four decades of division on the island of Cyprus appeared to be moving toward a successful resolution. A video published on the United Nations official website features an alert message by Guterres. "Inequalities are growing and we see horrific violations of human rights", he said. "I am issuing an alert - a red alert for our world", Guterres said. Read More »

Trump says East could use some 'global warming' this weekend


He added: "Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming that our Country, but not other countries, was going to pay TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS to protect against". The difference between weather and climate is basically time. However, parts of Alaska and western Canada often see drastically low temperatures this time of year. Read More »

Gov't: Turkish soldiers will not be extradited regardless of asylum process


The decision by Greek asylum authorities is a blow to Ankara, which has repeatedly requested for the co-pilot to be extradited, but the judges ruled that his human rights would be at risk. When the coup began to fail, eight soldiers in total fled to Greece using a Turkish military helicopter. Tomara, the lawyer, welcomed "the excellent, unbiased, impartial Greek judges for their courage and their [bravery] to take such a decision without being driven by any political interests". Read More »

Daughter-turned-activist after dad's death


For a week now, Erica was fighting for her life after suffering a heart attack that was triggered by an asthma attack . Erica, his oldest daughter, came to play a major part in that movement, staging frequent "die ins" at the spot in Staten Island where her father died, making many media appearances, and often marching against police brutality. Read More »

Likud Party approves annexation of W. Bank settlements


The settlers are subject to Israeli civilian law. Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, Tourism Minister Yariv Levin, Communications Minister Ayoub Kara, Science and Technology Minister Ayoub Kara, Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, and Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chairman Avi Dichter also sent endorsements. Read More »

China Will Actively Push Belt And Road Initiative in 2018: Xi Jinping


He put emphasis on the pledge that by 2020, all rural residents that are now living under the poverty line would be lifted above it. We have had a lot of gains and also quite a few pains and troubles. The BRI through which China seeks to build its influence in the world through a host road, rail and port connectivity projects also incorporates China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Read More »

Coastline Trust Co Purchases 11540 Shares of Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ:SYMC)

The stock decreased 0.77% or $0.61 during the last trading session, reaching $79.09. About 51,008 shares traded. State Street Corporation (NYSE:STT) has risen 33.09% since December 31, 2016 and is uptrending. RBC Capital Markets has "Sector Perform" rating and $24 target. The firm has "Equal-Weight" rating given on Monday, October 23 by Morgan Stanley. Scge Management Lp, which manages about $1.17B and $480.50M US Long portfolio, upped its stake in Shopify Inc by 98,875 shares to 783,875 ... Read More »

Has $13.649 Million Stake in General Mills, Inc. (GIS)

The stock decreased 0.44% or $0.26 during the last trading session, reaching $59.29. 2,420,632 shares of the company were exchanged, compared to its average volume of 4,294,324. Societe Generale upgraded General Mills from a sell rating to a hold rating in a research note on Wednesday, November 8th. Therefore 9% are positive. Read More »

Ravens look to clinch wild-card berth against Bengals


The Baltimore Ravens fully understand the ramifications of Sunday's regular-season finale against Cincinnati. The Bengals have won six of the past eight meetings between the teams, including two of the last three in Baltimore. The Ravens meanwhile have turned things up to finish off the season and while they have fallen short of the Steelers for top spot in the AFC North they are still in the running for a playoff spot and if they can get a victory here they would jump into the ... Read More »

Two thousand cars destroyed in Echo Arena fire


A total of 12 fire engines were at the building at King's Dock in the city centre. The Liverpool International Horse Show has been running at the arena since 28 December. "All people and horses are safe and secure, and show organisers have thanked spectators, riders and support teams for their understanding and co-operation during this ongoing situation". Read More »

Soldier killed as Pak violates ceasefire along LoC


In the Digwar sector of Poonch during the cross fire a shell fired by the Pakistani army landed at the house of one Mohd Bashir (45) son of Jamil Din residence of Nakerkot sector Dalhaan, which partially damaged the house. Villages along the LOC have been witnessing repeated shelling by the Pakistan Army in the civilian areas and sniper attacks on the Indian soldiers. Read More »

Who stepped up against New Orleans Pelicans on December 30?


Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said he thought Davis made the right decision on the play and that he'd "take that shot any time of the day". "We've just got to go take care of business on the road". Porzingis scored seven straight points to give the Knicks a 103-101 lead with 38 seconds left. "(We have to) keep improving the mindset and get back in the lab and correct these mistakes". Read More »

Los Angeles police officer recovering after ambush shooting


The chief said the officer was in stable condition late Friday. Information from the preliminary investigation indicated the unidentified female officer was ambushed, he said. As the search continued with a massive police presence, 6th street was partially blocked off near the 110 Freeway, and 7th Street was blocked off between Bixel and Alvarado streets. Read More »

Everything President Trump has tweeted (and what it was about)

Although Trump has faced opposition from almost every side, Kelly said he is comfortable with bucking the status quo. "He said, I think, to The New York Times a couple of days ago that he expects the investigation of Mueller to treat him very fairly and my guess is that will be the case". Read More »

Toronto Polar Bear Dip cancelled over extreme cold, frozen lake


But this year, the frigid temps and ice conditions have made him err on the side of safety. Extreme cold has claimed an annual New Year's Day tradition at Barrie's waterfront. "We will be exploring the possibility of running the event at a later date". Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning, cautioning people to bundle up and stay out of the cold. Read More »

Costa Rica: Tourists killed in plane crash


Local authorities have launched an investigation into the cause of the deadly incident. Most of those on board the flight were foreign tourists, according to the country's security ministry. Americans are by far the biggest nationality to visit Costa Rica, a popular tourist destination, especially in December and January when they flee freezing winter conditions at home for tropical climates. Read More »

Patten & Patten INC Has Upped Position in Adobe Sys INC Com (ADBE)

Adobe Sys Inc now has $86.38B valuation. About 1.80 million shares traded. Intellia Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:NTLA) has declined 46.16% since December 31, 2016 and is downtrending. equities research analysts expect that Adobe Systems will post 4.58 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. The firm has "Buy" rating by Deutsche Bank given on Tuesday, December 8. Read More »

Very cold end to 2017 — WEATHER FORECAST


About one to three inches is expected before the storm dies out around 7 p.m. Northeast wind around 5 miles per hour becoming calm in the morning. Northwest wind 9 to 13 miles per hour. North wind 6 to 8 miles per hour. Wind chill values as low as -39. Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 21. Wind chill values as low as -35. Expect any leftover snow to come to an end Saturday night , as skies begin to clear out. Read More »

Virginia man charged with obstructing terrorism investigation

According to WUSA, Duncan's relatives said he had converted to Islam, may have been "radicalized", and he and his wife had planned to travel to Turkey. A court filing showed police searched Duncan's phone, which revealed research into materials relating to the Islamic State, terrorist attacks, weapons, surveillance tactics and body armor. Read More »

Trump says approval stacks up to Obama's despite Russian Federation probe


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhau posted a video message Thursday in which he thanked the American public for putting him in a top-ten most admired men list. "Previous incumbent presidents who did not finish first include Harry Truman in 1946-1947 and 1950-1952, Lyndon Johnson in 1967-1968, Richard Nixon in 1973, Gerald Ford in 1974-1975, Jimmy Carter in 1980, and George W. Read More »

Graham urges Trump to clarify Iran strategy

In response, state media quoted Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli as saying: "Those who damage public property, violate law and order, and create unrest are responsible for their actions and should pay the price". As noted by Foreign Policy in September, President Trump condemned the Iranian government before the United Nations in unprecedented terms as a regime that "masks a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of democracy". Read More »

Extreme cold warning issued for Toronto


The national weather agency says the city will likely see wind chill values of below -30 overnight on Saturday and Sunday. Environment Canada is warning residents in Oxford County area to stay indoors after issuing an extreme cold warning. Read More »

Flights, trains disrupted; Delhi to see more fog likely on Monday


Over 150 flights were delayed, 50 diverted and an estimated 20 flights were cancelled. Low visibility also affected train services in the morning, with over 90 delayed, cancelled and re-scheduled due to the dense fog . The delays also led to chaos at the airport as people stood in long queues and waiting time stretched up to six hours for some flights. "Runway visibility since 5.30 am was between 50 to 75 metres". Read More »

Ex-Sheriff David Clarke denies facing Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, calls reports 'fake news'


Clarke resigned as sheriff in August, having turned down the role of assistant secretary of the Department of Homeland Security under the Trump administration. Bill Clinton once said, 'Look, the average DEMOCRAT VOTER is just plain STUPID". The tweet included a photo of a wrestling match that had been photoshopped to show Clarke kicking a man with the CNN logo on his face who was being held by President Trump . Read More »

Niagara Falls frozen in time amid cold snap


And it's to be even colder as we ring in 2018. Many tourists, who continued to courageous the bitterly cold December temperatures to enjoy the natural beauty of the falls, believe the coldest month of the year is actually January. Sunday. It said skating and pyrotechnics would proceed on Parliament Hill as planned. City and state health officials are advising people to cover all exposed skin, and wear a hat, scarf and gloves. Read More »

Top New Year's Resolutions


Exercise provides such a laundry list of physical and mental health benefits that it's basically the closest thing we have to a wonder drug. The answer is, "yes, of course". "It's all a matter of interpretation". Why is a resolution made January 1 supposed to have any more success than one made May 8, August 14 or December 28? Unrealistic expectations also sabotage the best-intended resolutions. Read More »

New Year Eve celebrations


A giant digital clock on the tower was counting down before multi-colored fireworks exploded across the city skyline. Australia celebrated the arrival of 2018 at 1pm GMT with around one million people watching the famous firework display over the Sydney harbour. Read More »