• Hamas official injured as auto explodes in southern Lebanon
Hamas official injured as auto explodes in southern Lebanon

Rivalry between them often leads to clashes. However, Zionist analysts said that in case "Israel" was behind the operation, it has aimed at striking Hamas Lebanon's wing which is administering the intifada in the occupied Palestinian territories in coordination with Hezbollah.

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  • Karnataka polls: Ahead of official campaign, parties busy shaping strategies
Karnataka polls: Ahead of official campaign, parties busy shaping strategies

Parameshwara in Bengaluru on January 19. While the meeting discussed the overall strategy, sources said the controversy too came up. Siddaramaiah said after the meeting: "Rahul Gandhi was very happy to know that there is no anti-incumbency against our government and that all programmes mentioned in our manifesto have been completed".

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  • Special Weather Statement Warns of Heavy Rain
Special Weather Statement Warns of Heavy Rain

The national weather agency says rain and patches of dense fog will continue to affect Peel today. The GRCA said the rest of the watershed remained under a flood watch, with ice jams possible on the water and flooding possible in low-lying areas.

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  • Medtronic Scolded for Calling Taiwan a Country
Medtronic Scolded for Calling Taiwan a Country

The authority also said that it would require all foreign airlines operating routes to China to conduct comprehensive investigations of their websites, apps and customer-related information and "strictly comply with China's laws and regulations".

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  • More Protests Expected in Tunisia after Mass Arrests
More Protests Expected in Tunisia after Mass Arrests

President Beji Caid Essebsi marked the anniversary by visiting a youth center in a working-class suburb of Tunis that had witnessed vandalism and looting earlier in the week. Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old university graduate who eked out a living selling fruit, died weeks later, fuelling social unrest that spread across much of the Arab world.

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  • Saudi women allowed into football matches for the first time
Saudi women allowed into football matches for the first time

The company has also launched " listening sessions " in Riyadh, which are meant to "shape the company's priorities and upcoming plans for women in the Kingdom ", according to Uber's general manager in Saudi Arabia. In November, 11 princes were among the 200-odd people arrested in an anti-corruption sweep as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman c...

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  • Russians Eliminated Terrorists Responsible For Attacks in Syria
Russians Eliminated Terrorists Responsible For Attacks in Syria

According to the head of state, the attacks on Khmeimim Airbase were "well-prepared". Explosives attached to drones used in an attack on Russian military bases in Syria. The agreement has helped reduce fighting significantly and contributed to warmer ties between Russian Federation and Turkey. Putin on Thursday held a telephonic conversation wi...

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  • Justice Loya's death: Son has no suspicions, says dont harass us
Justice Loya's death: Son has no suspicions, says dont harass us

Katke said, "Because of media reports, MLAs and NGOs are trying to harass the family". We are really pained. "My father died of natural causes, our family is convinced it was a natural death. Anuj also denied the allegation that Justice Loya was offered a bribe while hearing the Sohrabuddin Sheikh case. "Anuj's mother is ill and needs treatment".

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  • 1st ODI: Jason Roy's remarkable 180 helps England beat Australia
1st ODI: Jason Roy's remarkable 180 helps England beat Australia

However, Root stayed put at the crease to steer England to a 1-0 lead in the series. WITH the Ashes done and dusted Australia will turn their attention to the short format of the game in the opening one-day worldwide against England at the MCG.

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  • Philippines raises volcano alert level as Mayon spews ash
Philippines raises volcano alert level as Mayon spews ash

This comes as a magnitude-5.1 quake hit the Philippines , about 64 kilometres west-southwest of Batangas on the island of Luzon, the US Geological Survey says. But Cedric Daep, head of the Albay Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, said those in evacuation centres may be allowed to return to their homes later in the day, unles...

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  • Ahead of visit, Netanyahu says he's hopeful of expanding ties with India
Ahead of visit, Netanyahu says he's hopeful of expanding ties with India

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to arrive in New Delhi on Sunday on a week-long visit, making him the second Israeli head of the government to visit India since Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's 2003 visit. PM Modi will host Netanyahu for dinner on Sunday night. When PM Modi went to Israel, the two leaders sat in a de...

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  • Iranian oil tanker ablaze off China coast sinks, no survivors
Iranian oil tanker ablaze off China coast sinks, no survivors

An Iranian official said today there was no chance any crew members had survived among the 32 aboard an oil tanker on fire off the coast of China for more than a week. It is unknown how much of the cargo, and fuel from the ship, has poured into the sea. China's state-news agency Xinhua reported Sunday there was an oil spill where the vessel s...

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  • Burning oil tanker drifts into Japan's EEZ
Burning oil tanker drifts into Japan's EEZ

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the government had put "a high degree of emphasis on the rescue work" and maintained "a welcoming and open attitude towards other countries coming to participate". The Chinese freighter CF Crystal . had 21 crew members, who all were reported safe. Condensate is highly flammable and very toxic, which could ...

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  • Czech election: Zeman faces presidential run-off in opposition to Drahos
Czech election: Zeman faces presidential run-off in opposition to Drahos

With over 99 percent of ballots counted, Zeman led the pack of nine candidates with 38.65 percent of the votes, the Czech Statistical Office said on Saturday. The president is also expected to advance the country's political trajectory by toeing the line of policies of the elected parliament. Drahos, 68, the former head of the Czech Academy of Sc...

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  • New nuke muscle in proposal billed as threat deterrent
New nuke muscle in proposal billed as threat deterrent

The new tactical weapon would violate the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces treaty reached between Washington and Moscow in 1987. In a nuclear posture review (NPR) document set to be published by the Pentagon after the president's state of the union speech at the end of January, it is expected the administration will widen the scenarios in ...

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  • DACA 'probably dead' because of Democrats
DACA 'probably dead' because of Democrats

Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Sen. But their victory - first announced by Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ). In the end , the White House sent the members back to keep working. Earlier, the president expressed hope that several aspects of immigration could be agreed to by Democrats and Republicans . "Passing an amnesty bill that continues chain migration ...

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  • Rand tumbles most among peers as Zuma seeks to dodge exit calls
Rand tumbles most among peers as Zuma seeks to dodge exit calls

The rand weakened in midday trade yesterday to its worst in almost three weeks after the ANC said an early exit for President Jacob Zuma had not been discussed at a party meeting. The letter continued that Transform RSA's members and the rights of "the broader general public" would be "materially affected" by the NEC's decision to remove Zuma fr...

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  • Wrong woman killed in love triangle murder-for-hire plot, officials say
Wrong woman killed in love triangle murder-for-hire plot, officials say

Gibson described the killing of Janice Zengotita Torres as a "truly heinous murder ". "I don't say that lightly, that this woman lost her life for no reason". "This mother, this wife, this daughter - for no reason, at all". The incident took place in Florida where a couple tied and duct-taped a woman and killed her even after realizing that th...

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  • Snow may cause dicey travel Sunday night into Monday morning
Snow may cause dicey travel Sunday night into Monday morning

Last time we got too much dry air injected into the system and we were left with some light snow that really never stuck. Dangerously cold wind chills of 25 below to 35 below zero will develop across western and southern Minnesota Sunday night , and expand to include central Minnesota and west central Wisconsin by Monday evening.

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  • Martin O'Neill And Roy Keane On Verge Of Irish Exit
Martin O'Neill And Roy Keane On Verge Of Irish Exit

The Northern Irishman is expected to bring Keane (right) with him as his assistant if he can agree a deal to return to club management for the first time since Sunderland sacked him in 2013. O'Neill met the Stoke hierarchy last night about taking over at a club sitting 18th in the Premier League. However, O'Neill is now understood to have rejec...

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