• Seven Persons Killed As Heavily Armed Gang Invade Anambra Church
Seven Persons Killed As Heavily Armed Gang Invade Anambra Church

A Xinhua reporter in the state said the identity of the attackers and their motive have not been established as an investigation is underway. TheCable reports that the unidentified gunmen attacked worshippers in the church on Sunday, August 6, 2017 during the 5:45 a.m.

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  • Israel to close Al-Jazeera offices, take network off-air — BBCI
Israel to close Al-Jazeera offices, take network off-air — BBCI

Israeli prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted out his support Sunday for his government's move to shut down the local offices of Al Jazeera . "I congratulate minister Kara, who upon my instructions, took practical steps today to stop Al Jazeera's incitement-filled activities", Netanyahu wote on twitter.

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  • KCR to take up GST concerns for pet projects with PM
KCR to take up GST concerns for pet projects with PM

Calling the imposition of the Good and Services Tax on welfare-oriented projects an injustice, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao decided on Saturday to approach the Supreme Court on the issue. "Not only Telangana, but all other states will incur this loss", the chief minister said. On Saturday Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandr...

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  • Top Democrat called President Trump's Obamacare threats
Top Democrat called President Trump's Obamacare threats "childish"

But after months of promising to overhaul the tax code by the end of the year, the Trump administration has yet to provide a clear, detailed tax-reform plan, leaving rank-and-file Republicans in the dark and the party at risk of repeating the same mistakes that killed Obamacare repeal.

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  • Japan says time for 'effective pressure' on North Korea, not dialogue
Japan says time for 'effective pressure' on North Korea, not dialogue

North Korea's foreign minister is also attending the meetings, but a state department officials said Tillerson has no plans to meet with him. The meeting was closed to the media. Trump's initial optimism about China's willingness to help gave way to public exasperation, with Trump saying Chinese President Xi Jinping had "tried" but that it "has not...

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  • China realises North Korea is becoming greater threat
China realises North Korea is becoming greater threat

Thornton said China had taken "significant steps, . frankly unprecedented steps" to increase pressure on its neighbour North Korea, but it could do "a lot more" to step up enforcement of existing sanctions and to impose more. In June he tweeted China's efforts to restrain North Korea had "not worked out" but said he "greatly appreciated their effor...

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  • Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China
Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

The United States says it will be watching China closely to ensure it fully and continuously implements new U.N. sanctions on North Korea. Dhaka - Amid growing global tension over North Korea's repeated missile tests, Beijing has asked Pyongyang to stop carrying out nuclear and missile tests.

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

The city will argue in federal court that Attorney General Jeff Sessions can not withhold funding for Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Programs - a crime-fighting source for local governments - to cities that limit their cooperation with requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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  • North Korea top of agenda at ASEAN meeting
North Korea top of agenda at ASEAN meeting

It prohibits all new joint ventures with North Korea , bans new investment in current joint companies and adds nine North Korean officials and four entities including the North's main foreign exchange bank to the United Nations sanctions blacklist.

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  • China urges N Korea to be 'smart' after tough United Nations sanctions
China urges N Korea to be 'smart' after tough United Nations sanctions

The tests were condemned by South Korea, Japan and the U.S., and prompted the drafting of the new United Nations sanctions. Susan Thornton is the top USA diplomat for Asia. China, North Korea's only worldwide ally and a veto-wielding member of the UN Security Council, voted in favour of the resolution after negotiations with the U.S.

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  • Dilip Kumar's Condition Is Improving
Dilip Kumar's Condition Is Improving

The 94-year-old is suffering from a renal shutdown. Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar on Saturday wished a quick recovery to veteran actor Dilip Kumar , who is now being treated for kidney problems at a hospital here. Reports have it that Dilip Kumar is now in ICU undergoing treatment and that his creatinine levels are increasing whereas his hemogl...

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  • Video Shows Men Laughing As They Shoot Hammerhead Shark
Video Shows Men Laughing As They Shoot Hammerhead Shark

Russ Rector, an animal activist who said he was given the video by the person who filmed it, believes the same crew is responsible for both videos. This comes after another recent video showing a shark being violently dragged in the water.

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  • So Maybe This Was Caitlyn Jenner's Only Hat?
So Maybe This Was Caitlyn Jenner's Only Hat?

Dunford stated after Trump's trio of tweets that "there will be no modifications to the current policy until the president's direction has been received by the secretary of Defense and the secretary has issued implementation guidance". Under Obama White House directives, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter ordered all branches of the military in ...

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  • Stephen Miller could replace Mooch as White House communications director
Stephen Miller could replace Mooch as White House communications director

In the Funny Or Die version, "Miller" adds: 'And the whole reason why we put the Statue of Liberty here is to show the rest of the world we got some lovely babes'. "I don't want to get off into a whole thing about history here, but the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of liberty and lighting in the world; it's a symbol of American liberty lighting t...

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  • Ahead of vice-presidential elections, PM Modi to address NDA MPs today
Ahead of vice-presidential elections, PM Modi to address NDA MPs today

Venkaiah Naidu was on Saturday elected the next Vice President of India, defeating opposition candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi by 272 votes. "Congratulations to M. Will cherish this aspect of our association. The opposition candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi's performance too has one. Naidu's victory has enabled the party (BJP) to boost its politi...

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  • Consumers continue to experience slow internet owing to undersea cable fault
Consumers continue to experience slow internet owing to undersea cable fault

It is hard to tell when the flight schedule will be back to normal, the officials said, adding that flights would resume fully when internet services are restored. Global consortium is working to resolve worldwide submarine outage issue. "A fault has occurred in IMEWE due to which users will experience slow internet browsing whereas another globa...

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  • Netanyahu suspect of bribery, fraud, Israeli court says
Netanyahu suspect of bribery, fraud, Israeli court says

The procrastination of the law enforcement authorities sparked anger in the Israeli public, leading to weekly demonstrations near the home of Mendelblit to demand charges against Netanyahu. On Wednesday, Shaked said that Netanyahu will not be forced to resign if he is indicted in either of the investigations into alleged financial and political cor...

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  • Amir Khan confirms marriage split
Amir Khan confirms marriage split

He claimed that he had to leave his family and friends for Faryal. While she seemed furious over Khan's public meltdown, Makhdoom later deleted all these tweets. Former world champion Khan, who is now on holiday in Dubai, took to his account on Friday to post a series of accusations against his wife that dragged in current heavyweight world champ...

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  • United Kingdom in £36bn 'Brexit bill' offer to win trade deal
United Kingdom in £36bn 'Brexit bill' offer to win trade deal

Maximising UK food productionMr Raymond said the government's recognition of farming's contribution will be vital in the coming weeks and months. Figures show that Britain produces 60% of its own food and this rate is both falling and in long-term decline.

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  • Man, 73, banned from beaches for 'seeking his sugarbaby,' officials say
Man, 73, banned from beaches for 'seeking his sugarbaby,' officials say

The girl told investigators that Basaraba came up to her and a group of her friends and handed one the card, the report said . Tammy Marris says officials are making Richard Basaraba stay off the beach and off walkovers for six months for violating an ordinance that prohibits soliciting on the beach.

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