• 8 cops injured in thrashing by Indian Army in Ganderbal
8 cops injured in thrashing by Indian Army in Ganderbal

After that army parties of COB Gund and COB Surbraw 24 RR headed by Captain Shukla, along with the personnel in civvies entered the Gund police station, where the ransacked the place and assaulted all the police personnel in attendance. They attacked and damaged police station property, and manhandled policemen on duty, sources said. "When the po...

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  • With Russia investigation, Trump should clean house excepting Ivanka, Hicks and Bannon
With Russia investigation, Trump should clean house excepting Ivanka, Hicks and Bannon

The newspaper, citing the unnamed USA officials, reported Sessions' assertions are "at odds with Kisylak's accounts of conversations during two encounters over the course of the campaign, one in April ahead of Trump's first major foreign policy speech and another in July on the sidelines of the Republican National Convention".

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  • Trump Looks Into Pardons As Way Around Russian Investigation
Trump Looks Into Pardons As Way Around Russian Investigation

Separately, Trump is considering appointing Wall Street financier and long-time supporter Anthony Scaramucci as his White House communications director, according to a senior White House official. Trump has reportedly been asking his lawyers about his ability to pardon family members, aides, and himself should investigations turn up any...

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  • Republicans Bashed This Budget Scorekeeper. Now Every Former Director Is Speaking Up
Republicans Bashed This Budget Scorekeeper. Now Every Former Director Is Speaking Up

The office's most recent estimate found that a slightly revised Senate repeal effort - even without an amendment from Sen. The biggest headlines have been the large numbers of consumers who would lose insurance under the GOP plans, plus the higher premiums for older Americans that would result.

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  • Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte: I will never visit 'lousy' US
Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte: I will never visit 'lousy' US

Massachusetts Representative James "Jim" McGovern (2 district-Democrat) issued this vow during the U.S. congressional hearing into the war on drugs in the Philippines late Thursday night (Manila time). Philippine leader Duterte told reporters, referring to McGovern. "I am heartened by the bipartisan introduction of S. 1055, the Philippines Human ...

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  • Two dead, several injured on Greece's Kos from quake -mayor
Two dead, several injured on Greece's Kos from quake -mayor

Fire service rescue chief Stephanos Kolokouris said a search of dozens of villages and other sites on the island found no residents trapped in their homes. The 6.7-magnitude quake was centered 10 kilometers south of Bodrum. A man sleeps on the beachfront after spending the night outdoors following an quake in Bitez, a resort town about six kilome...

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  • Ivanka Trump received $12.6M since 2016
Ivanka Trump received $12.6M since 2016

Trump Jr. agreed to meet with Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya with the expectation of receiving incriminating information about then-Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton as part of a Russian government effort to help his father's campaign, according to emails Trump Jr.

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  • Martial law to be extended in Philippine's Mindanao
Martial law to be extended in Philippine's Mindanao

As the Armed Forces and the Philippine National Police have so far failed to neutralise the rebels, Duterte wrote a letter to Congress asking for an extension until the end of the year, citing the "evolving" urban warfare that is making it hard for the military and the police to end the fighting in Marawi.

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  • $200 Billion More Won't Fix Unfixable Senate Health Bill
$200 Billion More Won't Fix Unfixable Senate Health Bill

Trump was apparently referring to efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act or ACA, also known as Obamacare. Dewane of Venice, Florida, chairman of the U.S. Medicaid not only provides coverage for millions of women, children, and the disabled, but it also covers over two-thirds of all nursing home residents.

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  • Clashes erupt between Hezbollah and al-Qaeda-linked militants in northeast Lebanon
Clashes erupt between Hezbollah and al-Qaeda-linked militants in northeast Lebanon

Video released by SCMM shows Hezbollah's artillery pounding militant positions while drone footage showed smoke billowing from areas controlled by the militants. Hezbollah's forces reported major gains on both sides of the border, according to the group's affiliated media station Al Manar , which reported that Hayat Tahrir al-Sham's main base of o...

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  • Homeland Security Lifts Large Electronics Ban for Airlines
Homeland Security Lifts Large Electronics Ban for Airlines

The ban on laptops and devices such as iPads took effect in March. According to NBC News , Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly spoke at a security conference in Aspen, Colo., on Wednesday and said the USA government conducted tests after a laptop bomb blew a hole in the side of an airplane earlier this year.

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  • Qatar issues decree to amend law on combating terrorism
Qatar issues decree to amend law on combating terrorism

The amendment to the anti-terror legislation is effective immediately upon its publication in the government newsletter. It creates two national lists of individual and terrorist entities. They also presented the emirate with a list of 13 demands with which to comply to end the worst political crisis in the region for years. Doha rejected t...

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  • In bad taste, says Kiran Bedi on posters depicting her as Hitler
In bad taste, says Kiran Bedi on posters depicting her as Hitler

Here another one which showed the Lt Gov being chased away. Puducherry lieutenant governor as the rampaging goddess Kali. Defending nomination of three legislators, which intensified the spat between her and Narayanasamy, Bedi had said she did not receive any names for nominating them as MLAs from the chief minister.

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  • Mattis: ISIS Leader Baghdadi Still Alive
Mattis: ISIS Leader Baghdadi Still Alive

Earlier this month, just days after the liberation of Mosul, the group's de facto capital in Iraq, a monitoring group said it had "confirmed information" al-Baghdadi was dead. "But we're going after him. we assume he's alive", Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon on Friday. "I think that he's alive, and I'll believe otherwise when we know we've ...

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  • MI man guilty of killing girl, 5, for interrupting his nap
MI man guilty of killing girl, 5, for interrupting his nap

I wanna hear it from you. Nor did he call 911, she said . On Nov. 1, 2016, McClellan stabbed the child at least five times while his wife VIctoria King - the child's mother - was at work. The 25-year-old man, who only recently married the girl's mother three months before, threw Luna to the ground, straddled her, and began stabbing her in the ...

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  • Trump Jr., Manafort Agree To Negotiate Over Interviews By Senate Panel
Trump Jr., Manafort Agree To Negotiate Over Interviews By Senate Panel

Anthony Scaramucci's appointment as White House communications director is supposed to help President Trump move his messaging away from the relentless Russian Federation scandal-but first Scaramucci may have to get past his own Russian Federation issue.

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  • Duterte: I'll never visit 'lousy' US
Duterte: I'll never visit 'lousy' US

According to government data, at least 3,116 of those killings have been carried out by police. Launched at the beginning of President Duterte's term a year ago, the drug war has resulted in anywhere from 7,000 to 12,000 deaths, a number that includes several children considered as "collateral damage" by the police.

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  • Spieth takes a two-shot lead into the weekend at Birkdale
Spieth takes a two-shot lead into the weekend at Birkdale

Byron DeChambeau got into The Open with a win last week at the John Deere Classic but left his A-game somewhere across the Atlantic as he recorded a 76. "I realise kind of where I'm at in my life", he said. "I knew that the water on the right wasn't in play so it was an inviting shot". I was a little anxious, timid.

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  • Trump regrette d'avoir choisi Sessions comme ministre de la Justice — Affaire russe
Trump regrette d'avoir choisi Sessions comme ministre de la Justice — Affaire russe

Les "fake news" et "medias" ont de leur côté été cités 82 fois. Le terme "fake news" est d'ailleurs rapidement devenu emblématique de la présidence Trump, et a donné lieu à une infinité de détournement et de blagues sur les réseaux sociaux.

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  • Fire burns more than 1000 acres in South Jersey forest
Fire burns more than 1000 acres in South Jersey forest

As of noon, the state Forest Fire Service contained 60 percent of the fire, said DEP spokesman Bob Considine. Crews were working to use backfires to contain the spread of flames, preventing the fire from jumping beyond the contained line, authorities said.

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  • Iowa unemployment rises slightly to 3.2 percent
Iowa unemployment rises slightly to 3.2 percent

Education and health, construction and financial activities saw the biggest drop. Numbers for June show the jobless rate for the Sacramento-Roseville-Arden-Arcade area was 4.8 percent. The agency says 11,200 jobs were added in June but that the number of unemployed residents also increased. The Illinois unemployment rate increased slightly in Jun...

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  • Fargo's Hoge catches leaders to share first-round lead at PGA's Barbasol
Fargo's Hoge catches leaders to share first-round lead at PGA's Barbasol

Indeed it did. He was trying to become just the ninth player in USPGA Tour history to shoot 59 but settled for 60 to tie the tournament course record. Stacy Lewis (Arkansas Razorbacks), her U.S. Women's Open chances ruined by a third-round meltdown, had a 69 as did Emily Tubert (Razorbacks) who birdied the par-5 18th to get to 2 under.

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  • Guns N' Roses announces Louisville tour stop
Guns N' Roses announces Louisville tour stop

Guns N' Roses is marking the 30th anniversary of its landmark multi-platinum album " Appetite for Destruction ". Guns N' Roses announced Friday it will visit Prudential Center in Newark Oct. The Not In This Lifetime Tour comes to the XL Center on October 23 at 7:30 pm. They will also be adding a second stop in Toronto, and third dates in...

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  • Navy SEALs may soon welcome first female member
Navy SEALs may soon welcome first female member

No special treatment will be provided for differences in physical capability. Over two years passed since all combat roles became open to women . "It's different for everyone", Lt. To become a SEAL or SWCC, they'll need to make it through Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training , or BUD/S , which is created to be extremely physically and men...

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  • Kentucky Must Pay $224000 After Dispute Over Same-Sex Marriage Licenses
Kentucky Must Pay $224000 After Dispute Over Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Representatives for Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin said in a statement that they were reviewing the opinion and had not made a decision on whether or not to appeal Friday's ruling. The Rowan County Clerk's Office did not respond for a request for comment Friday afternoon. The state of Kentucky is on the hook for almost $225,000 in legal fees incurr...

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  • Heparin Market Trends, Growth, Type and Application, Manufacturers, Regions & forecast to 2022
Heparin Market Trends, Growth, Type and Application, Manufacturers, Regions & forecast to 2022

It also focuses on the key drivers, restraints, opportunities and challenges. Global Automotive Valve seat report also gives the detailed explanation about the company profile, Automotive Valve seat product details and specifications, the cost of Automotive Valve seat product, Automotive Valve seat market revenue, Automotive Valve se...

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  • Sanders Picked As New White House Press Secretary
Sanders Picked As New White House Press Secretary

Spicer , who had been filling in on the job, told CNN he quit to give Scaramucci a "clean slate ". Sanders echoed that in an afternoon press briefing, which was the first on-camera briefing in three weeks. Speculation about Spicer's status with the White House has been up and down for months. Scaramucci addressed the issue during his first...

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  • Collins: Sessions 'Absolutely Did the Right Thing' in Recusal From Russia Investigation
Collins: Sessions 'Absolutely Did the Right Thing' in Recusal From Russia Investigation

Yet Mueller has already begun examining the businesses, people familiar with the investigation have told Bloomberg News . The news comes amid reports of Trump reshuffling his circle of attorneys as the Trump-Russia probe looms over his presidency.

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  • Corallo Resigns From Team Trump
Corallo Resigns From Team Trump

Mr Kasowitz made headlines recently when he sent threatening emails to a retired public relations professional who had said he should step down. He doesn't want Mueller looking into his family finances. A conflict of interest among his team would undermine the Russian Federation investigation . "They are actively compiling a list of Mu...

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  • Open Championship Odds: Jordan Spieth favored entering weekend 7/21/17
Open Championship Odds: Jordan Spieth favored entering weekend 7/21/17

He played his next 18 holes in 7-under, including a start of 3-under through six holes Friday that has him in a share of 12th place , just four shots off the lead. He said, "when I'm playing well, I can never imagine how I ever played so badly". "I was very proud of myself that I hung in there and tried to stay as positive as I possibly could", ...

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  • Georgia corrections officers murdered
Georgia corrections officers murdered

The two reports lay the blame for the escape on the slain guards, and corrections officials said numerous procedures are being revised in response. DOC Commissioner Greg Dozier said during that transport, several mistakes were made. He then also removed handcuffs from "many other offenders", including Rowe, while the bus was in route between pris...

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  • USA to ban citizens from visiting North Korea idefinitely, tour agencies say
USA to ban citizens from visiting North Korea idefinitely, tour agencies say

The restriction on travel to the pariah state will become official 30 days after a notice is published in the Federal Register next week, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said. Sen. John McCain said in June that Americans who are "stupid" enough to still want to travel to North Korea after Warmbier's death should be required to s...

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  • SC seeks response from centre, states on violent incidents of cow vigilantism
SC seeks response from centre, states on violent incidents of cow vigilantism

Solicitor general Ranjit Kumar , who appeared for the Centre, submitted that law and order was a state subject and that it was up to states to curb such incidents. The court, however, asked the Union government as well as the states of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Gujarat to file their response to the PIL, challenging respective state...

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  • US Media Claims Sessions, Russian Ambassador Discussed Trump Campaign Topics
US Media Claims Sessions, Russian Ambassador Discussed Trump Campaign Topics

Sessions' conversations with Sergey Kislyak were recounted by the ambassador in subsequent discussions that were intercepted by USA intelligence agencies, according to The Washington Post . The president said that if he'd known Sessions would recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation, he "would have picked someone else" for the ...

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  • Senate's budget rules invalidate key provisions in Republican health care bill
Senate's budget rules invalidate key provisions in Republican health care bill

That would allow the 52 Senate Republicans to pass the bill without the help of Demorats. Other casualties of the bill include the replacement to Obamacare's individual mandate, which under the BCRA would have meant that anyone who had a lapse in coverage for more than a month and then signed up on the exchange would have had to wait six months...

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