• Kerala HC refuses to block new law on cattle trade
Kerala HC refuses to block new law on cattle trade

The ban was not only an "intrusion" into state's rights, but also an "infringement" on the rights of people on the choice of their food habits. The Rules, which could allegedly impact the beef market, had triggered wide spread protests in states like Kerala , where there are no restrictions on slaughter of cattle.

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  • Kim Guadagno Wins GOP Nod to Succeed Christie
Kim Guadagno Wins GOP Nod to Succeed Christie

Murphy , a Middletown resident who served as President Barack Obama's ambassador to Germany after chairing the Democratic National Committee's finance arm, loaned his campaign more than $16 million. Christie remained neutral during the campaign but said Tuesday that he voted for Guadagno . The University of Virginia's Crystal Ball rated the gene...

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  • UAE seeking 'change of policy, not regime' in Qatar: Minister
UAE seeking 'change of policy, not regime' in Qatar: Minister

Dozens of people were wounded in the attacks, which ended after a standoff lasting several hours as the gunmen holed up in parliamentary office buildings. God willing, they will "bite the dust". Another voice repeats the same words. "Many if not all of these prisoners were subjected to unfair trials and sentenced to death based on confessions e...

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  • White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping
White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

In December, the exchange involved de Blasio Press Secretary Eric Phillips and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer . Trump is still angry, says the report , about Sessions' decision to recuse himself from investigations into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation.

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  • What you need to know about FBI nominee Christopher Wray
What you need to know about FBI nominee Christopher Wray

Bush . He oversaw the president's corporate fraud task force and oversaw the Enron Task Force . Already, much is being said about the timing of the president's decision; Comey is due to testify before Congress Thursday, regarding his contacts with the president that relate to the ongoing investigation into alleged attempts by Russian Fed...

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  • London attacker stopped en route to Syria, flagged as suspect
London attacker stopped en route to Syria, flagged as suspect

The other member of the trio, Rachid Redouane , a 30-year-old who had claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan, was not known to intelligence services. The third London attacker has been named as Youssef Zaghba , an Italian-Moroccan restaurant worker who was placed on a European terror watchlist after being stopped in Italy on suspicion of trying ...

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  • Turkey will retaliate if Syria's Raqqa operation presents threat: PM
Turkey will retaliate if Syria's Raqqa operation presents threat: PM

The SDF has been working to encircle Raqqa since November in an offensive backed by the US-led coalition that is also fighting Islamic State in Iraq, where the jihadist group is on the brink of defeat in the city of Mosul . "They reached the eastern edge of the city but have not entered yet". Talal Sillo, a spokesman for the Kurdish-led Syrian...

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  • Qatar Asks Hamas To Cease Terror Planning From Its Territory
Qatar Asks Hamas To Cease Terror Planning From Its Territory

In a sign that Hamas is rapidly reassessing what the regional shifts mean, its new leader in Gaza , Yahya Sinwar, is now in Egypt for meetings. Hamas official Mushir al-Masri said Saudi Arabia's demand was "regrettable" and contradicts traditional Arab support for the Palestinian cause.

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  • United Kingdom police name third man behind London terror attack
United Kingdom police name third man behind London terror attack

But a statement from the Met's Counter-Terrorism Command say he was "not a police or MI5 subject of interest". London Bridge train station also reopened. During a visit to Bangor, North Wales, Theresa May said a review had been launched after the Manchester bombing last month and she expected the same process following Saturday's rampage.

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  • Trump to nominate Christopher Wray for FBI director
Trump to nominate Christopher Wray for FBI director

In a tweet, Trump called the former assistant attorney general and current private attorney a "man of impeccable credentials", adding that details will follow. Five hours after Trump's announcement, Grassley issued a statement saying, "I'm grateful for the President's thorough consultation throughout this process".

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  • North Korea Fires Unidentified Projectile — S.Korea Military
North Korea Fires Unidentified Projectile — S.Korea Military

Kim Jong-Un has sought to ramp up North Korea's nuclear programme under his rule, saying the regime needs atomic weapons to defend itself against the threat of invasion. According to North Korean state media, Kim approved deployment of the Pukguksong-2 after the test. Since 2008, photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times.

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  • United Kingdom goes to polls in general election
United Kingdom goes to polls in general election

The Conservatives now hold 330 seats in the parliament and aim to increase this majority. Four candidates are set to contest the election in a bid to become the town's new MP. Polling stations across the region are now open for voting in the General Election. "A much larger team from many walks of life across East Hampshire have offered their s...

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  • North Korea launches multiple missiles: Seoul
North Korea launches multiple missiles: Seoul

Fearful that North Korea is rapidly developing missiles capable of hitting mainland America, the administration has sent some of the US Navy's most powerful warships to South Korea , and top administration officials are openly talking about a potential preemptive military strike on North Korea's nuclear facilities.

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  • Russian hackers 'planted false story' behind Mideast crisis
Russian hackers 'planted false story' behind Mideast crisis

Qatar hosts 8,000 U.S. military personnel at Al Udeid Air Base, the largest USA air base in the Middle East and a launchpad for US-led strikes on the Islamic State militant group. QATAR is talking to Iran and Turkey about securing food and water supplies to stave off possible shortages two days after its biggest suppliers, the United Arab E...

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  • Philippine military says foreign fighters killed
Philippine military says foreign fighters killed

The call to surrender came as the insurgents' hostages pleaded with the government to stop bombarding rebel positions. Up to 90 percent of Marawi's people have fled to safety amid the intense fighting and military airstrikes, and rescuers in ambulance vans have crisscrossed the city in recent days to save hundreds of trapped residents.

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  • Military aircraft with 120 people on board goes missing off Myanmar
Military aircraft with 120 people on board goes missing off Myanmar

The military had begun a massive search for the plane and its boarders soon after it went missing on Wednesday. In all, 106 passengers and 14 crew members were on the flight, Capt. Kyaw Kyaw Htay, a civil aviation official at Myeik airport said the weather had been "normal" when the flight had departed, according to reports. The military said t...

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  • London mayor tells AP he doesn't care about Trump tweets
London mayor tells AP he doesn't care about Trump tweets

Trump too was expressing his beliefs about security on his Twitter page. On Tuesday, May told a political rally in response to a question about Trump's tweets , "I think Donald Trump was wrong in the things that he has said about Sadiq Khan".

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  • French leader Macron urges Gulf heads to defuse crisis
French leader Macron urges Gulf heads to defuse crisis

Turkey's parliament has begun debating legislation for increased military cooperation with Qatar in an apparent move to support the country amid its dispute with Saudi Arabia and other regional nations . Tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia - a Middle East heavyweight - bubbled to the surface two weeks ago when Qatar said its state-run n...

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  • Kremlin denies report of voting software hacking
Kremlin denies report of voting software hacking

But if anyone, I do not say that it is Russian Federation, because we do not do it, try to influence or somehow participate in the political process, then the United States should not complain about that, he said. A U.S. intelligence contractor has been charged with leaking to a news organisation classified National Security Agency material about R...

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  • Apple to introduce iPhone app to prevent distracted driving
Apple to introduce iPhone app to prevent distracted driving

But with Core NFC, that's all set to change. As it stands today, NFC is used on the iPhone exclusively to transmit payment requests between a mobile device and a card reader. When Apple releases iOS 11 in the autumn, it's going to leave a handful of older iDevices behind. Of course, this is all speculative. These iPhones and iPads are def...

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