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UP ATS arrests Bangladeshi terrorist from Muzaffarnagar

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Police said that more raids were likely to be conducted to nab the accomplices of Abdullah and Faizan. Following investigations, an ATS team led by Additional SP Brijesh Srivastav arrested Abdullah from Kutesara locality in Charthawal police station area on Sunday morning, they said. Read More »

Dubai Marina high-rise tower catches fire just days after major blaze nearby

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The cause could not be readily established, but a Dubai Civil Defence (DCD) official was quoted saying investigations were pointing at the possibility of an improperly disposed cigarette butt. It described the blaze as "minor" and said firefighters already had extinguished the blaze. However, unlike the Torch Tower, these were allowed to return to the building. Read More »

Maine Marine one of 3 missing off coast of Australia

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Corporal Ordway's family and friends took to social media to call for prayers. Twenty-three of the 26 personnel on board the aircraft were rescued, the Marine Corps said. The US military has been in the area for training exercises with the Australian military. A navy diving team would be sent soon and army aviation assets were "at short notice readiness to support any further requirements", she said. Read More »

LeT behind Amarnath attack; 3 accused arrested, says IGP Kashmir

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Khan said the attack was to be carried out on July 9, but on that day no yatri or CRPF vehicle was moving in isolation. Four LeT terrorists - Abu Ismail alias Haroon, Mavya and Furqan (all Pakistanis) and local man Yawar Bashir - had sprayed bullets on the bus on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway near Batangoo in Kashmir's Anantnag district on July 10, the police said. Read More »

Peace in India and Pakistan is related to Kashmir: Khawaja Asif

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Dawn reported him saying that his country was playing a crucial role in battling militants and claiming that the worldwide community at large had shown appreciation for Pakistani efforts to combat terror. He accused India conspiring with the USA to sabotage the Indus Water Treaty. He warned that any misadventure would eventually create unrest in the South Asian region. Read More »

Prosecutors Seek 12-Year Sentence for Samsung Chief

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Special Prosecutor Park Young-soo, who heads the investigation, told the court: "It is a typical corruption crime stemming from a back-scratching alliance between politics and business, which has indeed compromised our constitutional values". Read More »

Trump Eyes Stephen Miller To Replace Scaramucci as WH Communications Director

President# Donald Trump could soon appoint a new policy adviser. Miller attacked his American critics for a deficit of nationalism, accusing them of a "cosmopolitan bias". Between 1881 and 1914, when World War I broke out, some 2 million Jewish immigrants arrived on United States shores through this gateway. Scaramucci was sacked over an expletive ridden tirade to a New Yorker magazine reporter. Read More »

Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

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It would also prevent North Korea from sending additional workers overseas, prohibit all new joint ventures and ban new investment in the current joint companies. Not only have there been loopholes in the past that traders and businesses have exploited, but implementation and enforcement of sanctions have been spotty. Read More »

North Korea calls offer of talks from the South 'insincere'

It also prohibits countries from increasing the current numbers of North Korean labourers working overseas, bans new joint ventures any new investment in current joint ventures. Trump tweeted that he was very happy with the sanctions, which were unanimously approved by the United Nations Security Council two days ago. As the global community tries to further isolate North Korea with the tougher sanctions that would slash its $3 billion in annual exports by a third, Ri held talks with Wang ... Read More »

Netanyahu Vows to Expel Al Jazeera

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A few thousand people made their way to Al Aqsa for Friday prayers, police said, while a younger crowd remained outside and worshiped in narrow side streets. "The Al Jazeera network continues to incite violence around the Temple Mount (Al-Aqsa compound)", Netanyahu wrote in French on his Facebook page . Read More »

China urges N. Korea not to conduct missile, nuclear tests

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The council also made a decision to prohibit member states from opening new joint ventures or cooperative entities with the DPRK entities and individuals, or expand existing joint ventures through additional investments. Malcolm Davis, an expert in Chinese defense at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, told the South China Morning Post the latest military exercise was about deterring North Korea while serving as a show of force for the USA and Japan. Read More »

Gujarat Congress MLAs Return To Ahmedabad From Bengaluru, Shifted To Another Resort

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The MLAs were staying in the resort owned by Karnataka energy minister DK Shivakumar, whose properties were raided over the course of four days. He has not said anything as of now, so it is hard to confirm yet. Vaghela said if the Congress top leadership had not ignored his advice there would have been no need to send MLAs to Gujarat, while adding that party leaders in Delhi said that they will not stop anybody who wants to leave. Read More »

The Mooch Forced To Drop The Mic

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Trump was flying back to Joint Base Andrews from a speech in Suffolk County, New York when he sent the tweets. The question, beyond who "SNL" might have chosen to play Scaramucci , is whether his quick departure marks an end to the White House chaos, or a continuation of it. Read More »

WW3: The UN Security Council "Gut Punched NKorea"

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It prohibits all new joint ventures with North Korea, bans new investment in current joint companies and adds nine North Korean officials and four entities including the North's main foreign exchange bank to the United Nations sanctions blacklist. Read More »

MotoGP, Marquez: Not just the win, this GP is for Nieto

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With just one podium and one front row start from the opening nine races, Lorenzo finds himself down in ninth in the World Championship. A tactical masterstroke from Honda helped Marc Marquez to an emphatic victory in the MotoGP Czech Republic Grand Prix on Sunday. Read More »

Donald Trump hails UN's vote to further sanction North Korea

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U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said the vote showed the Security Council came together to put North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "on notice" by "matching its words with actions". Haley pushed back on the notion that the Trump administration has presented inconsistent messaging about dealing with North Korea . The move would "almost certainly" stop the US from imposing secondary sanctions on China, and may delay a planned investigation into intellectual property theft, he said. Read More »

Christie: Trump Jr. Meeting With Lawyer Was 'Ill-Advised'

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On this weekend's broadcast on "Fox News Sunday", Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said special counsel Robert Mueller impaneling a grand jury does not say anything about the possibility of indictments in the investigation into Russia's meddling during the 2016 election. Read More »

Sanctions to result in sea of fire in US

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A United Nations human rights investigator said in 2015 that North Korea has forced more than 50,000 people to work overseas, mainly in Russian Federation and China, earning between $1.2 billion and $2.3 billion a year for the country's government. Read More »

Three die in youth camp plane crash in southeast Switzerland

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The single-engine plane, a Piper PA28, already had flown once before going up with the group, BBC News reported . Swiss Civil Aviation closed airspace in the area after the crash, and an investigation is underway. Mr Burkhardt said that the club had been operating youth summer activities for safely for 35 years. Burkhardt said that the sightseeing flight at the weekend was to have been a highlight for almost 200 young people at the holiday camp that had operated without incident for 35 ... Read More »

Internet services remain disrupted for second day

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A fault in the submarine cable caused consumers and businesses across Pakistan to experience major internet disruptions, with many customers complaining of slow browsing speeds. PTCL regrets the inconvenience caused to its customers in this regard and thanks them for their patience. Due to the internet fault, flight schedule was also affected at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport Islamabad, and eight international as well as domestic flights were cancelled. Read More »

Texas Boy Scouts killed after boat hits power line

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Authorities did not release the names of the victims. Preliminary investigations and observations indicate the vessel, a Catamaran sailboat, collided with an overhead transmission power line and those onboard may have been electrocuted as a result. Read More »

Russia: US trying to 'shift responsibility' on North Korea

Asked by a reporter yesterday how he plans to deal with Pyongyang, Trump said at the start of a Cabinet meeting: "We'll handle North Korea..." In June he tweeted China's efforts to restrain North Korea had "not worked out" but said he "greatly appreciated their efforts". Read More »

Japan asks China to cut labour from North Korea

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United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley on Sunday said new sanctions against North Korea are a sign that the worldwide community is seriously addressing the threat of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program. While the draft resolution would impose biting economic sanctions , the USA didn't get everything it wanted. As negotiations at the United Nations entered the final stretch earlier this week, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson declared that Washington was not seeking regime ... Read More »

Tourists Arrested in Germany For Performing Hitler Salute

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The two visitors, aged 36 and 49, were also taking pictures of each other with their cell phones. A spokesman for the police who spoke to the New York Times said that she didn't know whether the men remained in Germany. A Canadian tourist was arrested for performing the same salute in 2011, according to the Independent . Germany has strict laws on hate speech and symbols linked to Hitler and the Nazis . Read More »

11000 without power after damaging storm strikes through Tulsa early Sunday

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Elsewhere, drenching rain led to widespread flooding in New Orleans on Saturday, when up to 10 inches of rain overwhelmed storm drains, NOLA.com said. More than 3,900 remained without electricity Sunday afternoon. A National Weather Service survey team rated the tornado as an EF-2, which has winds of 113-157 miles per hour. Read More »

Backed forces capture 55 pct of Syria's Raqqa

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Around 180 women and children were among those killed during the battles and the intensified airstrikes of the US -led coalition, the Observatory added. The coalition said it is still determining the credibility of 424 reports of civilian casualty incidents. On Saturday, a new series of attacks by the US-led coalition resulted in more civilian deaths in Raqqa, SANA reported. Read More »

Taliban, Daesh kill 50 civilians in northern Afghanistan

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According to Amani, most of the village was defended by local police and civilians, and "after taking over the village, insurgents gathered the civilians and opened fire on them collectively". The Taliban reportedly deny any involvement and say the claims are propaganda. Taliban and Daesh militants clashed with Afghan forces in Jawzjan province's Darzab district in June. Read More »

Excessive corrosion blamed for deadly OH ride failure

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Michael Vartorella, Ohio's chief inspector of amusement ride safety, said the Fire Ball was inspected three or four times before the fair opened. "The ride had four riders per cart". The company states that they have reviewed the results of the inspection and have "worked with industry safety experts to develop an inspection protocol in the form of a Safety Bulletin" that will allow other properly inspected and maintained rides to reopen. Read More »

Chicago to sue Trump administration over sanctuary city funding threat

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This in itself was a response to the growing movement of local cities and governments, including Chicago , New York, and Los Angeles, declaring "sanctuary" to illegal immigrants. Police and city officials in sanctuary cities say deporting undocumented immigrants, who are not accused of serious offences, harms public safety, because it discourages them from reporting crimes. Read More »