• 11 terrorists killed in Shopian and Anantnag operation; 1 militant caught alive
11 terrorists killed in Shopian and Anantnag operation; 1 militant caught alive

Vaid. In Draggad , seven bodies of militants, including top commanders, were recovered, Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police (DGP) S P Vaid tweeted, adding that the encounter at Kachdoora was still underway, and security forces were trying to rescue some civilians trapped there.

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  • Protests after police kill unarmed black man
Protests after police kill unarmed black man

She told reporters that she got down on the floor and crawled with her granddaughter through the house to ask her husband to call 911. Homicide detectives later told her not to look outside where she would see the body of Clark, the father of two young sons.

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  • Erdogan calls Netanyahu a 'terrorist,' 'occupier'
Erdogan calls Netanyahu a 'terrorist,' 'occupier'

He added that what Israel does to the "oppressed" Palestinian people "will be part of history and we will never forget it." Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has also pointed out that the so-called "peaceful demonstration" was nothing of the sort, using women and children as decoys and human shields while terrorists carried out violence again...

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  • Two men arrested on counterfeiting charges in Decatur
Two men arrested on counterfeiting charges in Decatur

Chief Insp. Jaime Tolentino, station commander of Pusok police precinct, said that it was Dela Cerna who was the subject of the police operation. Mannino is now being at the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office on a $20,000 bond. The citizen called police and advised he was following the incident on his scanner and believed the vehicle had stopped. He...

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  • Border Chief Announces Wall Plans for $1.6B From Congress
Border Chief Announces Wall Plans for $1.6B From Congress

As the US president excitedly tweeted that construction on his pet border wall project had begun, officials at the US Customs and Border Protection noted that what was actually happening was legacy maintenance that has been in place since the first Obama term.

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  • Kim Jong Un watches K-pop stars perform in Pyongyang
Kim Jong Un watches K-pop stars perform in Pyongyang

Such cultural exchanges "can build trust between the two Koreas that are part of the same race and share the same language", said Yang Moo-jin , a professor of North Korean studies at Kyungnam University in Seoul and an adviser to the presidential Blue House on the coming summit meeting between Mr.

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  • Lindsay Lohan's Lawsuit Against 'Grand Theft Auto V' Rejected by Courts
Lindsay Lohan's Lawsuit Against 'Grand Theft Auto V' Rejected by Courts

In Thursday's decision , a judge said a computer image, or avatar, may constitute a "portrait" to support an invasion of privacy claim under NY civil rights law. The beancounters at Rockstar Games can rest easy, the Court of Appeals in NY has firmly shot down Lindsay Lohan's lawsuit against the publisher. The dispute, which saw Lohan take umbr...

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  • 11-foot gator pulled from family's pool in Florida
11-foot gator pulled from family's pool in Florida

She told the station her husband woke up when he heard the loud noise. Photos and videos posted to Facebook by the Sarasota County Sheriff's office show the gator swimming through the pool. Carver added: "The deputies were wonderful". Homeowner Carver believes that low water levels in the lagoons could have played a role in the alligator endi...

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  • Census citizenship question sparks firestorm of protest
Census citizenship question sparks firestorm of protest

Federal law prevents the Census Bureau from sharing people's answers with any other government agency, including the FBI, IRS or immigration officials, but John Jackson, professor with the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute says non-citizens still may not answer out of fear.

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  • No British referees picked to officiate at World Cup in Russian Federation
No British referees picked to officiate at World Cup in Russian Federation

In 2014, he became the first American referee to work a World Cup match since Brian Hall in 2002. FIFA-certified Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir and his two assistants Bahattin Duran and Tarik Ongun have been assigned to officiate in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

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  • Iraq to recover Indian bodies back home
Iraq to recover Indian bodies back home

The mortal remains of the 39 Indians who were killed by the ISIS following their abduction in 2014 will be brought back to India on Monday. "I am going to Mosul to get mortal remains of 38 Indians; we would not get one man's remains as his case is still pending", Singh told ANI .

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  • Pruitt's EPA security broke in to lobbyist condo
Pruitt's EPA security broke in to lobbyist condo

EPA Senior Counsel for Ethics Justina Fugh concluded it wasn't a prohibited gift. Hart is the chairman of lobbying firm Williams and Jensen that lobbies on EPA policies like the Clean Air Act, according to its website. Sen. But while officials in the West Wing are reviewing the seriousness of the questions around Pruitt, it was too soon to know i...

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  • UN Blacklists A Big Batch Of Sanctions Violators Secretly Helping North Korea
UN Blacklists A Big Batch Of Sanctions Violators Secretly Helping North Korea

In a press release, the UNSC announced the blacklisting of 21 shipping companies and 27 ships whose assets will be frozen for helping the North evade sanctions on coal, oil and other fuels. After the US sanctions in February were imposed, Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said his government would continue its efforts in probing into poss...

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  • North Korea wants in on Tokyo, Beijing Olympics
North Korea wants in on Tokyo, Beijing Olympics

International Olympic Committee delegation's visit to Pyongyang began on Thursday and finished on Saturday. The IOC said on its website that discussions during Bach's visit would focus on development of sports in North Korea and the preparation of its athletes to qualify and participate in upcoming Olympics.

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  • Tiger Woods dubs himself a 'walking miracle' ahead of Masters return
Tiger Woods dubs himself a 'walking miracle' ahead of Masters return

He posted a 12th-place finish at the Honda Classic before finishing t-2nd at the Valspar and t-5th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. "I am a walking miracle". "I'm just really looking forward to playing at the Masters . It's a golfer's heaven". Given those stellar results, all eyes will be trained on the 42-year-old as he eyes his f...

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  • Stephen Colbert apologizes to Trump, says 'CNN lies'
Stephen Colbert apologizes to Trump, says 'CNN lies'

This morning, CNN had an article about it, which was nice, but the headline was, 'Look Who's Playing John Bolton on SNL .' Fake. Donald Trump , the man who had a penchant for handing out mean nicknames to all of his political competitors, now has a new unpleasant nickname for himself! The duo then talked about prayer, with Carter revealin...

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  • New video surfaces of the 2016 Alton Sterling case
New video surfaces of the 2016 Alton Sterling case

Police released four videos of the confrontation with Sterling outside a convenience store, where he was selling CDs. Graphic bodycam video footage was released on Good Friday, Friday, March 30, 2018 . Sterling's death was also filmed by bystanders who quickly posted the videos online, sparking street protests in Baton Rouge . On Tuesday, Loui...

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  • Erdogan 'saddened' by France's stance on Kurdish militia
Erdogan 'saddened' by France's stance on Kurdish militia

Talks between Ibrahim Kalin and Philippe Etienne came after Thursday's statement from the Elysee Palace that said President Emmanuel Macron recalled "the commitment of France against the PKK and its commitment to the security of Turkey" during his meeting with the PYD/PKK-led SDF delegation.

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  • BJP files defamation case against Rahul Gandhi for remarks on Modi
BJP files defamation case against Rahul Gandhi for remarks on Modi

Uttar Pradesh BJP spokesperson Shalabh Mani Tripathi here on Friday said that Mr Gandhi had made derogatory comments against Mr Shah and Mr Modi during Congress session. "For India's sake, I hope you were wrong and our 56-inch strongman has a plan". "Besides, we have also constituted an internal inquiry to find out who leaked the papers", the...

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  • DAR event will honor Vietnam veterans
DAR event will honor Vietnam veterans

The Nation stands stronger for their service, and on Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day, their legacy will be honored. He said most days on the marine base were relatively quiet during the day, sleeping or receiving ammunition shipments, and manning the 105 mm howitzer cannon at night.

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