• Freed from arrest, Hafiz promptly launches tirade on Kashmir
Freed from arrest, Hafiz promptly launches tirade on Kashmir

After his release, meanwhile, the United States on Friday asked the Pakistan government to make sure that Hafiz Saeed was arrested again and charged for his crimes. It had submitted before the review board that release of Saeed could lead to the imposition of worldwide sanctions on Pakistan. He said he would continue fighting for Kashmiris till t...

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  • Mall Brawl: Alabama's Riverchase Galleria closes early after Black Friday Fights
Mall Brawl: Alabama's Riverchase Galleria closes early after Black Friday Fights

According to multiple media reports , over 15 Hoover police officers responded to fights breaking out between customers as well as unconfirmed reports of gunfire at about 11 p.m. Al.com reports that two women were fighting over a matter unrelated to shopping. The mall is set to reopen today at 6 a.m. and will remain open until 10 p.m.

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  • London's Oxford Circus On Lockdown After Reports of Shots Fired
London's Oxford Circus On Lockdown After Reports of Shots Fired

Shops and businesses are on lockdown in the area, and police advised people nearby to "go into a building". Armed police have arrived on the scene to handle the situation after a gunman was reported to be firing shots. Video taken near the busy shopping street shows pedestrians running away from the scene after officers were called in following a...

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  • European Union authorities consider creating data breach justice league to tackle uber hack
European Union authorities consider creating data breach justice league to tackle uber hack

Names, email addresses and phone numbers for 50 million riders and info from seven million drivers were exposed in the October 2016 hack - and the company learned about it a month later, Bloomberg reports . Authorities in Britain, the United States, Australia, and the Philippines have all announced taking action. And the theft of customer data off...

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  • Iraqi army launches operation to clear 'Islamic State' remnants
Iraqi army launches operation to clear 'Islamic State' remnants

Liberation forces are now pushing into the desert. In a Facebook post, the Joint Operations Command said this was the second phase of the offensive aimed at liberating the Upper Euphrates region, located between the provinces of Saladin, Nineveh and Anbar, reports Efe news.

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  • One soldier killed, two injured in JK's Kupwara encounter
One soldier killed, two injured in JK's Kupwara encounter

Sources said at around 7:30 am, troops detected movement of militants along LoC in Keran sector and they were challenged by the troops. "A terrorist and a trooper have been killed in the ongoing operation so far", he said, adding that two more soldiers suffered bullet injuries and were rushed to hospital.

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  • Clippers G Patrick Beverley undergoes knee surgery
Clippers G Patrick Beverley undergoes knee surgery

His timetable for a return is approximately nine months, which is near the end of August 2018. The guard went on court to play against the New York Knicks on Monday, but he had missed the five games before that with a sore right knee. The Clippers, who are in the middle of an East Coast road trip, sent Beverley back to Los Angeles after the g...

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  • Search Continues For Missing Sailors After Navy Plane Crash In Philippine Sea
Search Continues For Missing Sailors After Navy Plane Crash In Philippine Sea

The names of the crew and passengers are being withheld pending notification of next of kin. "Personnel recovery is underway and their condition will be evaluated by USS Ronald Reagan medical staff". US President Donald Trump was briefed on the crash at his Mar-a-Lago retreat in Florida, where he is spending the US Thanksgiving holiday, White Hou...

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  • Brexit scuppers Dundee's 2023 European Capital of Culture bids
Brexit scuppers Dundee's 2023 European Capital of Culture bids

This is despite the prize being open to cities in countries outside the EU. Dundee, Leeds, Nottingham, Milton Keynes and Belfast/Derry have submitted bids to host the event in 2023. It has to be noted, however. that this newspaper started asking questions about the future of the #Leeds2023 bid straight after the European Union referendum result a...

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  • Notre Dame Basketball: 3 Things Learned From Maui Championship
Notre Dame Basketball: 3 Things Learned From Maui Championship

Notre Dame last led the game 4-2 just 1:31 into the game before a furious 2nd half comeback concluded with Geben's winning free throws. Going forward, the Irish should be able to defend their way to victory. Then we had, of course, some bad stretches.Transition defense was not very good tonight. We couldn't guard them man-to-man. "We've got to...

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  • Guarantee safe return of Jadhav's wife: India to Pak
Guarantee safe return of Jadhav's wife: India to Pak

Kumar said that India has also sought the sovereign guarantee from Pakistan government to ensure safety, security of both. "We have further asked that a diplomat of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad shall be allowed to accompany them at all times, including during the meeting".

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  • Hafiz Saeed, Designated Terrorist With $10 Million Bounty, Released By Pakistani Court
Hafiz Saeed, Designated Terrorist With $10 Million Bounty, Released By Pakistani Court

The Ministry of External Affairs, in a statement said that the move confirms Pakistan's lack of seriousness to combat terrorism . "The US is aware of media reports that Pakistan (court) ordered release of Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafiz Saeed from house arrest ", a State Department spokesperson told PTI.

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  • Chilly start for holiday weekend; Nice weather expected for Thanksgiving, Black Friday
Chilly start for holiday weekend; Nice weather expected for Thanksgiving, Black Friday

Temperatures will be a little warmer with a high of 65. There will be a sharp drop in temperatures to the upper 40s to about 50 degrees on Tuesday . Black Friday: Mostly sunny. Sunday will be a touch cooler under sunny skies. Monday night , the low will be around 48 with mostly clear skies, according to the weather service.

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  • Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign kicks off with bigger fundraising goal
Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign kicks off with bigger fundraising goal

Gratitude filled the room as sweet potato, cornbread and turkey filled the bellies of dozens of people fighting different storms. The meals are served from 1-4 p.m. "This year in our shelter we're constantly full", he said. Sullivan said the most vital part of the campaign is the volunteers. "People that are willing to give and happy to be givi...

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  • North Korea: Terror relisting 'disgraceful behavior' by Trump
North Korea: Terror relisting 'disgraceful behavior' by Trump

Bush, then the president, ordered removal of the North from the State Department's list of nations cited for egregious violations of norms of worldwide behavior. Christopher Hill is the former US diplomat who was instrumental in persuading first the secretary of state at the time, Condoleezza Rice, and then President Bush, to pull North Korea's nam...

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  • United States declares attacks on Myanmar Rohingya Muslims as 'ethnic cleansing'
United States declares attacks on Myanmar Rohingya Muslims as 'ethnic cleansing'

But the large number of refugees in overcrowded camps in Bangladesh paint a different picture, with refugees reporting widespread murder, rape and arson at the hands of security forces as well as Buddhist mobs. Tillerson stressed, however, that he wasn't advocating "broad-based economic sanctions" against the entire nation. US officials have been...

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  • Chaiwala redux: Youth Congress jibe against PM Modi ahead of Gujarat polls
Chaiwala redux: Youth Congress jibe against PM Modi ahead of Gujarat polls

In 2014, veteran Congress lawmaker Mani Shankar Aiyar had jibed, "Modi can sell tea, but never be PM". Whether or not the latest tweet by Yuva Desh hurts the party in Gujarat elections remains to be seen, but's an unsavoury controversy the party could have dearly done without.

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  • Two Boeing 747 jumbo jets sold on Alibaba auction site
Two Boeing 747 jumbo jets sold on Alibaba auction site

The buyer of the two jets was the Chinese cargo carrier SF Airlines . Its distinctive "hump" upper deck along the forward part of the aircraft makes it among the world's most recognizable aircraft, and it was the first wide-body produced. At the end of 2010, the number of registered members on Taobao had reached over 370 million, around 80% of the...

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  • Nick Xenophon Team senator resigns due to United Kingdom citizenship
Nick Xenophon Team senator resigns due to United Kingdom citizenship

Kakoschke-Moore said she was surprised because when she lived in Oman as a child in the late 1990s, the British Embassy there told her father that she was not entitled to British citizenship through her mother, who was born in 1957 to British parents in the then-British colony of Singapore.

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  • Patel reservation agreed to, will support Congress, says Hardik
Patel reservation agreed to, will support Congress, says Hardik

He added that Congress will have to put this reservation formula with details, in their manifesto. The Patidar leader also accused BJP of horses trading attempts in Gujarat and said it used the tactics fearing defeat in Gujarat. Congress gave its ticket to Ashok Jirawala, yet a defiant Kumbhani filed his nomination papers with the party manda...

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