• Pak Military Goes Into A Huddle Over Nawaz Sharif's 26/11 Remarks
Pak Military Goes Into A Huddle Over Nawaz Sharif's 26/11 Remarks

She further added that the confession by Sharif was not "shocking" for the Indian government. "We strongly believe that the handlers of the attack were in Pakistan ", Sitharaman told a press conference here, in response to a query. Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed is roaming freely in Pakistan and is even giving political speeches. He sai...

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  • Iran diplomat visits China for talks on nuclear deal crisis
Iran diplomat visits China for talks on nuclear deal crisis

President Hassan Rouhani said he hoped Iran could stay in the agreement. "China, of course, the first economic partner of Iran". However, US President Donald Trump, a long-time critic of the agreement, on Tuesday defied last-ditch efforts by European allies and announced Washington's withdrawal from the deal.

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  • Kent pays tribute to Dame Tessa Jowell
Kent pays tribute to Dame Tessa Jowell

Jowell, who played a prominent role in securing the 2012 Olympics for London when she served as United Kingdom culture secretary, had been campaigning for more cancer treatments to be made available on the state-funded National Health Service (NHS) since she was diagnosed a year ago.

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  • Delhi-NCR hit by sudden dust storm, rain; flights grounded
Delhi-NCR hit by sudden dust storm, rain; flights grounded

Three farmers died of lightning in Telangana's Mancherial district early on Sunday, police said. Meanwhile, IMD has issued a fresh warning regarding low to moderate rains along with heavy winds in different parts of Delhi , Rohtak, Bahadurgarh, Bhiwadi, Sohna, Hodal Palwal, Jhajjar, Manesar, Gurgaon, Noah, Hasanpur, Ballabhgarh, Faridabad, Aurga...

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  • Worst Mass Shooting In Australia Since 1996: 7 Dead
Worst Mass Shooting In Australia Since 1996: 7 Dead

Ms Miles , who was separated from her husband, was described as a devoted mother who worked tirelessly to provide for her "smart and beautiful" children. "I finished my day yesterday mowing grass and chopping firewood and this morning we were tagging lambs". Police are treating it as a murder-suicide and said they are not looking for any suspect...

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  • OK Gov. Mary Fallin Signs Adoption Bill Allowing Discrimination Against Gay Couples
OK Gov. Mary Fallin Signs Adoption Bill Allowing Discrimination Against Gay Couples

In response to the law's passage, Oklahomans for Equality posted a Facebook video in which some people say legal action is being considered. The bill is "discriminatory, harmful to youth and completely unnecessary", said Troy Stevenson, executive director of Freedom Oklahoma .

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  • Trump berates DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen over border security
Trump berates DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen over border security

More recently, however, those numbers have climbed back toward the level they were in the final years of the Obama administration-an intolerable equivalence for Trump. "I share his frustration", Nielsen's statement said. While the president rages at the limits of his power, he has found other outlets to express his anti-immigration agenda.

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  • United States envoy sees peace hope after Israel embassy move
United States envoy sees peace hope after Israel embassy move

Sources in Hamas said the meeting comes ahead of major protests expected by tens of thousands of Palestinians on Monday against moving the US Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Rival Palestinian faction Fatah, led by the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah that governs parts of the occupied West Bank, signed a reconciliation agreement with Hamas und...

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  • US Fighter Jets Intercept Russian Bombers off Alaskan Coast
US Fighter Jets Intercept Russian Bombers off Alaskan Coast

The Russian bombers reportedly came within 55 miles of Alaska's west coast, north of the Aleutian Islands, but remained in global airspace. The F-22s monitored the Russian plane till the bombers left the ADIZ alongside the Aleutian Islands, heading west.

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  • Police investigate if grandfather is responsible for mass shooting
Police investigate if grandfather is responsible for mass shooting

It wasn't until I saw the police that I thought, 'Hang on a minute.' (The shots) were separated out; there was quite a long gap between them. "We know where the call was made from, we know whose phone it was made from", said WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson, outside the Margaret River police station on Saturday morning.

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  • Will This Rain Wash Out Mother's Day?
Will This Rain Wash Out Mother's Day?

After a wet and chilly afternoon we will see the threat for showers diminish this evening. Temperatures will be warm, falling only into the upper 60s to low 70s. While the showers and thunderstorm should rather spotty in nature, anyone of the thunderstorms may contain gusty winds. High temperatures will be in the mid to low 80s.

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  • Businessman who grew up in council house is UK's richest person
Businessman who grew up in council house is UK's richest person

The founder and owner of chemicals giant Ineos is estimated to be worth £21.05 billion (€23.84 billion). The 1,000 richest people in the United Kingdom now share a record total wealth of £724bn, up 10% on last year's figure. "But perhaps the most striking force blowing through the rich list is technology". Landowners, many of whom were aristocr...

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  • Clock ticks on Hamburg's Bundesliga future
Clock ticks on Hamburg's Bundesliga future

Their 16th-placed finish in the league puts them into the two-legged relegation playoff against Holsten Kiel, the first leg of which takes place next Thursday. Lewis Holtby's curling strike kept Hamburg'S hopes alive, but when Bobby Wood was sent off 20 minutes from time, their fate seemed sealed. "The club has lost one of its uniquenesses".

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  • United Nations chief hails Japan-China-South Korea cooperation to 'denuclearize' Peninsula
United Nations chief hails Japan-China-South Korea cooperation to 'denuclearize' Peninsula

During the visit, the Chinese premier called for a more lasting, stable bilateral relationship. Li said he made the official visit to Japan to return to the spirit of the bilateral friendship treaty and help bring the bilateral ties back to normal.

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  • Pep is eager to keep hold of Aguero despite Atletico talk
Pep is eager to keep hold of Aguero despite Atletico talk

One more in the final game would see him become the club's seventh player this term to reach double figures after Sergio Aguero (30), Raheem Sterling (23), Gabriel Jesus (16), Leroy Sane (14), Kevin De Bruyne (12) and David Silva (10).

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  • President Trump Promises to Lower Prescription Drug Prices
President Trump Promises to Lower Prescription Drug Prices

In a speech, the president announced measures to increase competition and pricing transparency as ways to drive down costs, which have been spiraling. According to statistics of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the United States has the highest annual health expenditures of any industrialized country, at almost $10,000 pe...

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  • China's new aircraft carrier begins sea trials near Dalian
China's new aircraft carrier begins sea trials near Dalian

China's Defense Ministry said in a statement on its website that the trial aims to demonstrate the "reliability and capability" of the ship's propulsion system, adding that its construction has been "proceeding as planned". The conventional-fuel-powered vessel is about 300 meters long. With a displacement of 50,000 tons, the new vessel is smaller...

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  • Russian FA fined 30000 Swiss francs for racist chants at France match
Russian FA fined 30000 Swiss francs for racist chants at France match

Kick It Out said it had "little confidence that Federation Internationale de Football Association can effectively deal with potential incidents of racism during this summer's World Cup and protect those black players, staff and supporters who will be in attendance".

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  • Exit polls predict a tight race
Exit polls predict a tight race

He said that the Congress party is taking the matter to the Election Commission. First, markets could view the Karnataka election results as a litmus test of the BJP's popularity in the run-up to the next general election (scheduled for April/May 2019).

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  • UFC 224: Mackenzie Dern submits Amanda Cooper with rear-naked choke
UFC 224: Mackenzie Dern submits Amanda Cooper with rear-naked choke

UFC 224 takes place at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, and the main card airs on pay-per-view following preliminary-card bouts on FX and UFC Fight Pass. Mackenzie Dern laid down some heavy leather on Amanda Cooper before earning a submission win. Dern remains undefeated in her professional career with a flawless 7-0 record with back-to-ba...

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