• India arrests 15 for cheering Pakistan in Champions Trophy
India arrests 15 for cheering Pakistan in Champions Trophy

Pakistan crush arch rival India by 180 runs in the final of recent edition of the tournament at The Oval on Sunday. "Special appreciation is also due to national chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq and his fellow selectors", they said in a PCB statement.

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  • Opposition Split Wide Open, JD-U to Back Ram Nath Kovind
Opposition Split Wide Open, JD-U to Back Ram Nath Kovind

While announcing Kovind's name, BJP chief Amit Shah had said the party had gone through a list of names before selecting him. The BJP may also seek the support of rival factions of AIADMK or DMK-parties dominating Tamil Nadu. We were expecting a person like former President late A P J Abdul Kalam or even former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Va...

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  • Sixty Tower Blocks Fail Fire Cladding Safety Tests After Grenfell Blaze
Sixty Tower Blocks Fail Fire Cladding Safety Tests After Grenfell Blaze

Gould said it could take between two and four weeks to make safe the four buildings - Taplow, Burnham, Bray and Dorney - while residents of a fifth tower block, Blashford, were told they could return to their homes. "But why now? At 4pm today they said it would be okay and that all the checks were fine". "I know it's hard, but Grenfell changes ev...

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  • Led coalition says hit Islamic State targets in Syrian town
Led coalition says hit Islamic State targets in Syrian town

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 15 IS jailers and fighters were also killed in the air strike that happened in the Deir El-Zour province on Monday. "This mission was meticulously planned and executed to reduce the risk of collateral damage and potential harm to non-combatants". It added that the prison used t...

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  • Neighbors: Alleged mosque attacker made anti-Muslim slurs
Neighbors: Alleged mosque attacker made anti-Muslim slurs

In a statement on behalf of the family, Osborne's nephew Ellis Osborne, 26, said: "We are massively shocked, it's unbelievable, it still hasn't really sunk in". She said she "screamed" upon recognising him on the news. When he woke at about 1 a.m.to the sound of a helicopter circling overhead, Hornak said, his first thought was another terrori...

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  • Republicans Struggle to Marshal Votes for Health Care Bill
Republicans Struggle to Marshal Votes for Health Care Bill

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) joined Brian Kilmeade to explain why he can not vote for the Senate's current version of healthcare reform. His spokesman Conn Carroll said Tuesday that Lee would not vote for the crucial vote to commence debate on the bill "as it is now written", a roll call that's expected Wednesday.

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  • Pentagon: 'active preparations' by Syria for chemical attack
Pentagon: 'active preparations' by Syria for chemical attack

She says she hopes the president's warning will force Russian Federation and Iran to think twice about supporting Assad . Trump said at the time that the chemical attack crossed "many, many lines", and called on "all civilized nations" to join the U.S.in seeking an end to the carnage in Syria.

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  • Deadly London tower blaze began in Hotpoint fridge freezer, police say
Deadly London tower blaze began in Hotpoint fridge freezer, police say

Metropolitan Police say it started in a Hotpoint fridge-freezer with the model number FF175BP on the fourth floor of the tower and spread quickly, per the Evening Standard . She said speaking from outside Scotland Yard that "the investigation will be exhaustive". In an emotional phone call, Fadumo Ahmed told her mom she was stuck on the upper ...

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  • Macron, Trump agree to work together if new Syria chemical attack - Elysee
Macron, Trump agree to work together if new Syria chemical attack - Elysee

Asked whether the focus on Assad's targeting of civilians represents a widening of the USA mission in fighting terrorism in Syria and Iraq, Haley replied: "I don't think we have to pick one or the other". The statement was issued without further explanation. Typically, the State Department, Pentagon and USA intelligence agencies would all be consul...

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  • EU fines Google a record 2.4 billion euros
EU fines Google a record 2.4 billion euros

European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said that they studied 1.2 billion search inquiries before they reached their decision that Google was unfairly manipulating results. These sudden drops could also not be explained by other factors. Google has a 90 per cent share of internet searches in Europe, giving it a powerful...

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  • DUP leader in bid to finalise 'totally transparent' agreement with Theresa May
DUP leader in bid to finalise 'totally transparent' agreement with Theresa May

The Northern Irish party's 10 MPs will support the Conservatives in key Commons votes in areas such as the Queen's Speech, Budget and Brexit. May's minority government agreed to a massive injection of funds into Northern Ireland in exchange for DUP support in parliament to endorse her legislative agenda after her Conservative Party's dis...

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  • Kentucky Town Elects Dog as Mayor for Fourth Time
Kentucky Town Elects Dog as Mayor for Fourth Time

This treat-loving, woods-exploring, good girl is Mayor Brynneth Paw-ltro. After pledging to sniff out the community's problems - with a little help from her best friend. Now that she's in office, there are stances to take, decisions to make. Brynn the pitbull will be taking over for Lucy Lou, the border collie that won the last election in 2012...

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  • Gov. Snyder won't suspend officials charged in Flint water crisis
Gov. Snyder won't suspend officials charged in Flint water crisis

Nick Lyon , Michigan Health and Human Services director was charged with the two felonies, while chief medical executive, Dr. Eden Wells , was charged with obstruction of justice and lying to an officer. "The families of Flint have experienced a tragic, tragic health and safety crisis for the past three years ". The lead contamination, ...

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  • Shah Rukh Khan Is All Praise For Tubelight
Shah Rukh Khan Is All Praise For Tubelight

The film reaches the $1 Million mark at the US Box office with $1,027,829 [₹6.62 Cr] collection. The 2014 Iftar party seemed like a repeat of 2013's where the two warring Khans again hugged each other. 2017 - Tubelight - Rs.21.13 Crores. "First I watched the full film, then at 4 am, I watched the first half". Tubelight released in India with ...

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  • Eliminating terrorism among top-most priorities, says PM after meeting Trump
Eliminating terrorism among top-most priorities, says PM after meeting Trump

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the Netherlands today on the final leg of his three-nation tour during which he will hold talks with his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte to strengthen bilateral ties. "And I believe she has accepted", Trump told a bemused gathering. "The top priority for both President Trump and myself [is] to protect our ...

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  • Donald Trump after meeting Indian PM
Donald Trump after meeting Indian PM

The leaders committed to strengthen cooperation against terrorist threats from groups including Al-Qa'ida, ISIS, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, D-Company, and their affiliates. Indian Economy is the fastest growing: President Trump: Your (PM Modi) accomplishments have been vast. Since 2008, India has signed more than $15 billion in USA defens...

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  • Germany praises nuclear deal with Iran
Germany praises nuclear deal with Iran

Describing Iran as a "reliable trade partner" for Germany , the Iranian minister said the two countries could cooperate, jointly produce products and export them to the region, the Central Asian states in particular. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia and its allies cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting Islamist militants, an allegation Qat...

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  • U.S. doctors dispute North Korean coma story
U.S. doctors dispute North Korean coma story

An analysis suggests the injury likely occurred in the preceding weeks. Otto Warmbier , who is now in a coma , returned to the United States on Wednesday. Otto was detained in North Korea on January 2, 2016 at the Pyongyang International Airport after visiting that country with Young Pioneer Tours.

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  • CBO Weighs Who Wins, Who Loses With Senate Health Care Bill — CHART
CBO Weighs Who Wins, Who Loses With Senate Health Care Bill — CHART

Capping its growth rate. - ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) June 25, 2017STEPHANOPOULOS: You just heard Kellyanne Conway say, though, that those are not Medicaid cuts. Fifty-nine percent of them work either part- or full-time. In Lancaster County, the Kaiser Family Foundation says a 60-year-old earning $50,000 would see annual out-of-p...

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  • Vandals obliterate info on Emmett Till marker in Mississippi
Vandals obliterate info on Emmett Till marker in Mississippi

And then, over the weekend, someone had peeled off the back of the marker, which contained vital photos and information about the infamous 1955 case. A civil rights historical marker remembering the life and death of Emmett Till has been vandalized in Mississippi .

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