• RSS for probe into Kerala workers' killings
RSS for probe into Kerala workers' killings

The bilateral peace talks between State-level leaders of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Sangh Parivar here on Saturday are unlikely to end the war of words between the two sides over political violence in Kannur district, each accusing the other of perpetrating violence against workers of the other.

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  • Stoke City join race to sign Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina?
Stoke City join race to sign Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina?

The Southampton boss is looking for midfield reinforcements in the last month of the transfer window and Lemina is one of the players he is keen to sign for the Saints. Lemina joined Juventus from Marseille in 2015 and has since helped the club win two Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia cups. The former Marseille man impressed while on loan at t...

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  • Diamond mine flooded, 16 missing
Diamond mine flooded, 16 missing

Rescue teams are searching for nine workers missing in an underground mine owned by Russian diamond miner Alrosa after water flooded in on Friday, the company said. President Vladimir Putin dispatched Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov to the scene to oversee the rescue efforts and the investigation of the accident, according to the Russian gove...

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  • Hoeven: Health care reform will be a process, not one bill
Hoeven: Health care reform will be a process, not one bill

That's because the Cuomo administration used the subsidies, along with ACA money for health care tax credits for lower-income people, to create an entirely new benefit plan known as the Essential plan. The Essential plan enrolls people earning up to 250 percent of the federal poverty level, and offers them very low-priced health insurance at about ...

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  • Chicago to Sue Trump Admin Over Sanctuary Cities Funding
Chicago to Sue Trump Admin Over Sanctuary Cities Funding

The announcement of a lawsuit comes after the Justice Department in late July escalated its promised crackdown on sanctuary cities, saying it will no longer award coveted grant money to cities unless they give federal immigration authorities access to jails and provide advance notice when someone in the country illegally is about to be released fro...

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  • Australian plane plot 'directed by senior IS commander'
Australian plane plot 'directed by senior IS commander'

One of the suspects planned to plant the IED on his brother, who was unaware of his role in the planned attack, Phelan said. One of them, also speaking on condition of anonymity, said the alleged plot was "fairly well along" when it was disrupted by Australian authorities.

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  • US aims for UN vote Saturday on new North Korea sanctions
US aims for UN vote Saturday on new North Korea sanctions

The draft resolution calls for a ban on all exports of coal, iron and iron ore, lead and lead ore, as well as fish and seafood by the cash-starved state, according to the text seen by AFP. "A long-term solution can only be achieved through dialogue and negotiations", said Sweden's Deputy UN Ambassador Carl Skau. As negotiations at the United Nati...

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  • Firefighter Killed by Falling Tree at MT Wildland Fire
Firefighter Killed by Falling Tree at MT Wildland Fire

An elite California firefighter was killed by a falling tree while battling a blaze in western Montana, the second firefighting death in the area over the last two weeks, officials said. Forest Service Public Information Officer Pat York said Witham was a member of a California firefighting crew that arrived in Missoula on July 29. Witham was assig...

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  • Trump on tricky legal ground with 'Obamacare' threat
Trump on tricky legal ground with 'Obamacare' threat

He noted that even if the CSR payments were to stop, the people in the exchanges who receive subsidies - those making 250% or less of the federal poverty level - wouldn't really be affected because if the insurers raised their premiums to compensate, the government would simply increase the amount of the subsidies, which are given as tax credits.

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  • Bigg Boss Vote Result Leaked - Check Who Got Eliminated from the House
Bigg Boss Vote Result Leaked - Check Who Got Eliminated from the House

There was breathless speculation about Oviya's fate in " Bigg Boss " the whole of last week. It follows the Big Brother format, which was first developed by Endemol in the Netherlands.The first season of Bigg Boss Tamil launched on 25 June 2017 on Star Vijay .

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  • IT seizes over Rs15-cr from Karnataka minister
IT seizes over Rs15-cr from Karnataka minister

The minister has been overseeing the stay of 44 Gujarat Congress MLAs at a resort on the outskirts of Bengaluru , who have been brought to the Karnataka capital in view of the Rajya Sabha polls in their state. The lawmakers have been in the Eagleton resort, which is roughly an hours drive from central Bengaluru . Suresh, however, claimed ...

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  • Korea hails new USA sanctions law on N. Korea
Korea hails new USA sanctions law on N. Korea

The United States has been informally keeping Britain and France in the loop on the bilateral negotiations, while US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said China had been sharing the draft and negotiating with Russian Federation.

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  • Bloomington Police Investigate Explosion at Islamic Center
Bloomington Police Investigate Explosion at Islamic Center

Fifteen to 20 people were in the Islamic center at the time of the blast for morning prayers, according to the AP. The Associated Press reported that members of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota say a man threw an explosive device through a window that started a fire in the Imam's office.

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  • Coalition-Backed Syrian Forces Close in on Raqqa Despite ISIS Tactics
Coalition-Backed Syrian Forces Close in on Raqqa Despite ISIS Tactics

IS seized Raqqa in 2014, proclaiming it the capital of a "caliphate". As for the 2,000 ISIS that remain, McGurk says they "most likely will die" in the course of the occupation of the city . It's worth noting that the United States has publicly said they don't have plans for what to do with former ISIS fighters after the war, because they figure ...

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  • GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander on Healthcare 'Rescue Mission'
GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander on Healthcare 'Rescue Mission'

President Trump and House Republicans have expressed anger with the Senate GOP for failing to follow through on repeal. Trump denounces such subsidies as "bailouts" for insurance companies and threatens to "implode" the marketplace by holding them back.

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  • PTCL Internet Down as Submarine Cable Gets Faulty
PTCL Internet Down as Submarine Cable Gets Faulty

Three out of the total six cables connecting Pakistan to the world have developed faults one after the other in the last couple of months. TWA and Pakistan Telecommunication Limited ( PTCL ) are the only two companies with landing rights in Pakistan for internet and voice data traffic.

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  • Sanctuary review finds Clark County in compliance with immigration law
Sanctuary review finds Clark County in compliance with immigration law

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants a commitment before partnering up with cities. The Justice Department did not respond to a query about the type of support cities can expect from its program. The move ensures that all arrestees are treated equally and that no ethnic groups are singled out, he said. Clark County has been part of the Immig...

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  • Road accident kills 4 Spanish nationals, driver in India
Road accident kills 4 Spanish nationals, driver in India

The remaining seven sustained minor injuries and were rushed to a local government hospital for medical treatment. The spot where the accident occurred presented a gory look with the luggage of the visitors strewn all over the highway and the shocked foreign nationals stuck in the van.

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  • United Kingdom model kidnapped and held captive in Italy for six days
United Kingdom model kidnapped and held captive in Italy for six days

Police said the model was sent by her agent in the United Kingdom to Milan for a photo shoot on July 10 and kidnapped by a man who posed as a photographer the following day. It is alleged two men tried to sell the woman online for more than 300,000 dollars (£230,000) and demanded the model's agent pay to secure her safe release.

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  • Russia's Kislyak: 'No secrets' in talks with Flynn
Russia's Kislyak: 'No secrets' in talks with Flynn

Sergey Kislyak also said in his interview with state-run broadcaster Russian Federation 24 that he did not discuss sanctions with his U.S. counterparts, an assertion that doesn't appear to mesh with reports that USA spy agencies found Kislyak had such talks with Flynn.

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