• ED secures separatist's custody for 6 more days
ED secures separatist's custody for 6 more days

The ED lawyer asked Shabir Shah if he could say "Bharat Mata Ki Jai", a remark later slammed by the judge. Shah was arrested from Srinagar on July 25 for money laundering in a case dating back to 2005. The ED has been probing a 10-year money laundering case for alleged terror financing in which the separatist leader is said to be involved. ...

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  • Oklahoma dismisses freshman QB Robison
Oklahoma dismisses freshman QB Robison

A freshman from Mesquite, Texas, Robison participated in spring practice after enrolling at OU in January. He was arrested for public intoxication on April 9, the night after completing 3-of-5 passes for 49 yards in OU's spring game. In addition to Oklahoma, Robison had drawn heavy recruiting interest from Houston, Oklahoma State and TCU. With ...

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  • Philippines' Duterte Calls North Korea's Kim A 'Maniac'
Philippines' Duterte Calls North Korea's Kim A 'Maniac'

North Korea's actions have violated the conflict- prevention aims of the ASEAN Regional Forum, which groups the United States and North Korea with 25 other countries. The US and China can have a productive relationship if the two countries can work together on the issue of North Korea . "On the issue of the rebalance, I think that slogans are...

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  • Gore: Trump has isolated himself from majority on climate
Gore: Trump has isolated himself from majority on climate

And I have a crab house business out on the water. Oil concerns hold up Russian Federation sanctions push Gore: Progressive ideas "gaining ground" among Democrats Gore: Trump prompting "biggest upsurge" of climate activism ever MORE on Monday claimed President Trump has "isolated" himself from the majority of Americans who believe in the threa...

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  • Trump ridiculed over the 'local milk people'
Trump ridiculed over the 'local milk people'

That was a big exaggeration", Trump added. After multiple court challenges, a second version of the ban was introduced in March. White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Waters said she couldn't "confirm or deny the authenticity of allegedly leaked classified documents".

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  • Texas officer hit on side of the road by drunk driving suspect
Texas officer hit on side of the road by drunk driving suspect

Footage of the horrific 3 a.m. incident on a dark highway was released this week. Lesell hits the ground and rolls to his knees before collapsing in an interstate lane. A drunk driver slammed his vehicle into a police officer during a traffic stop in Fort Worth, Texas, on July 7. All states have also made slowing down and moving over for firs...

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  • Visitors Will Be Allowed Back On Hatteras Island Friday At Noon
Visitors Will Be Allowed Back On Hatteras Island Friday At Noon

The cooperative "will begin to energize the new line" once the work is complete, the post said. Dare County officials announced that visitors will have unrestricted access to the island starting Friday at noon. Visitors are encouraged to contact their accommodation providers to confirm their reservation and arrival plans. Hyde County officials ...

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  • Phony Republicans and health care
Phony Republicans and health care

For months, observers with ties to the health care and insurance industries have spelled out what needs to be done. "I hope the president continues to make those payments until such time as we have the opportunity to pass something that repeals the law and replaces it with something better", said Sen.

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  • Vikram Goud Arrested, Named A-1
Vikram Goud Arrested, Named A-1

Vikram Goud , was shot at by some "unidentified" assailants at his posh Banjara Hills residence on Friday and during the course of investigation the West Zone police of Hyderabad arrested five persons from different places in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

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  • Expert who stopped WannaCry arrested for selling Kronos banking malware
Expert who stopped WannaCry arrested for selling Kronos banking malware

Motherboard reports that as of early Thursday morning Hutchins was being held in the Henderson Detention Center in Nevada , however he was later moved to an undisclosed location. "I'm working on getting a lawyer for @ MalwareTechBlog as he has no legal representation and no visitors", Mabbitt continued to say. It's a bittersweet moment for a y...

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  • West Virginia Governor To Join Switch Parties, Join GOP
West Virginia Governor To Join Switch Parties, Join GOP

Trump won West Virginia by 42 points over Democrat Hillary Clinton. On Thursday morning, President Trump said that he was going to announce something at this rally, although he gave no clue as to what it might be. Republicans control both chambers of the state Legislature in West Virginia . According to the NYT , he has been friends with va...

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  • Unfounded bomb threats interrupt Virginia Navy operations
Unfounded bomb threats interrupt Virginia Navy operations

The building where the threat was discovered has been evacuated. A military working dog alerted on a vehicle near Pier 14 about 7:45 a.m. Another bomb threat was called in to Naval Station Norfolk . The incidents at JEBLCFS are being investigated by the Navy's security, fire and emergency response team, as well as the Naval Criminal Investigativ...

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  • Dhaka, Riyadh move to ease hajj flight mess
Dhaka, Riyadh move to ease hajj flight mess

On Tuesday, Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Rashed Khan Menon said more than 40,000 pilgrims may not perform Hajj this year owing to visa processing problem. Abdullahi, who said the intending pilgrims were transported by Med-View Airline, adding that the first flight carried 452 pilgrims while the second carried 220.

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  • Body found at Grand Canyon believed to be missing Texas woman
Body found at Grand Canyon believed to be missing Texas woman

Investigators believe the body is 38-year-old Sarah Beadle of Fort Worth, Texas. Another hiker found her children, gave them some water and escorted them to camp. Beadle's body was found near the Black Bridge at the bottom of Grand Canyon, about three-fourths of a mile from Phantom Ranch, the park said. The park service and the Coconino County Me...

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  • Trump warns of 'dangerous low' in Russian Federation relations
Trump warns of 'dangerous low' in Russian Federation relations

Dmitry Medvedev (dih-MEE'-tree med-VYEH'-dyev) says in a Facebook post that "Trump's administration has demonstrated total impotence by surrendering its executive authority to Congress in the most humiliating way". In a statement, the ministry said the sanctions against Russian Federation had put global stability at risk, a matter Moscow said...

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  • Rajya Sabha Polls: Gujarat Congress MLAs alleges BJP threatening
Rajya Sabha Polls: Gujarat Congress MLAs alleges BJP threatening

The raids took place at minister's residence in Kanakapura, Sadashivanagar and at rooms of Congress Party MLAs in the resort. On a day when the Congress moved the Supreme Court over the use of None of the Above (NOTA) option in the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat , the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP ) too joined the issue in opposing t...

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  • Some parts of Asia will be uninhabitable by 2100
Some parts of Asia will be uninhabitable by 2100

The hot and humid temperatures in the Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP), home to over 900 million people, would exceed the upper limit of what normally people can tolerate, leading to higher mortalities due to heat waves, said a team of researchers led by Elfatih Eltahir, a professor of climate and hydrology at the MA of Institute of Technology (MIT) in...

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  • Woman trashes Chick-fil-A in fit of rage
Woman trashes Chick-fil-A in fit of rage

A witness filmed the ordeal inside the Chick-fil-A at River City Marketplace in Jacksonville on Tuesday night and posted footage of it on Facebook . "The teenage boy was arguing with them about his chicken nuggets and getting his refund back".

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  • Australia's largest bank accused of money laundering, terrorism financing breaches
Australia's largest bank accused of money laundering, terrorism financing breaches

AUSTRAC's action alleges over 53,700 contraventions of the AML/CTF Act. AUSTRAC said CBA had deployed intelligent deposit machines (IDMs) - a type of ATM that accepts cash and cheque deposits and credits them "instantly" to the recipient's account - in 2012.

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  • Week begins with new chief of staff, old health care fight
Week begins with new chief of staff, old health care fight

Priebus had submitted his resignation the prior day. Trump thanked him for his service and "dedication to his country". Meanwhile, Lewandowski - who parted ways with the Trump campaign in mid-2016 after allegations that he physically harassed a female reporter - is still in touch with the president, despite having never held any official role a...

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