• US, Israel Put Arrow 3 Ballistic Missile Interceptor Through Flight Test
US, Israel Put Arrow 3 Ballistic Missile Interceptor Through Flight Test

After another successful anti-ballistic missile defense system test, Israel added a layer of protection to its skies. Israel on Monday successfully tested its Arrow-3 system. "We are very pleased with the result". "The missile fully completed its flight path, and had the target been a real one, it would have hit it". The Arrow 3 is the only i...

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  • Early voting on local races continues through March 2
Early voting on local races continues through March 2

The State Republican Executive Committee approved placing 11 propositions on the March Republican primary ballot. "We look forward to hearing from our voters on these issues and to sharing the results with lawmakers". Polling locations for early voting are the Brazos County Elections Administration Office, Arena Hall, Galilee Baptist Church, the Co...

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  • Pakistan's retaliatory LoC fire leaves two Indian troops killed
Pakistan's retaliatory LoC fire leaves two Indian troops killed

The sources indicated that the matter will be taken up with the Pakistani side. The Army on Sunday foiled an attempt by a group of terrorists to intrude into this side under the cover of Pakistani firing from across the LoC in Khari Karma Sector in Poonch District.

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  • Pakistan's top court rules against disqualified PM Sharif
Pakistan's top court rules against disqualified PM Sharif

He said it effectively annuls all decisions Sharif made as party chief in the interim and those candidates for Senate who were nominated by Sharif can not take part in the election following the court ruling. Despite the numerous court rulings against the PML-N, the party has won a string of recent by-elections proving it will likely remain a force...

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  • On the world's first public bitcoin earned 735 million dollars per day
On the world's first public bitcoin earned 735 million dollars per day

The largest rating agencies downgraded the rating of Venezuela to the level of default after the country missed a number of payments on the public debt. The petro offers investors a way to sidestep these measures. There is an additional problem that USA -based investors purchasing the Petros would be in violation of American sanctions and cou...

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  • Has Meghan Markle's wedding dress designer accidentally been revealed?
Has Meghan Markle's wedding dress designer accidentally been revealed?

He wrote: 'Was an honour to have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in to watch @ HamiltonWestEnd last night!' Katie Baylis, from Betfair , believes the battle to dress Prince Harry's bride will fascinate the nation. The Most Revd. and Rt Hon. David Conner, will conduct the Service. "Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate as t...

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  • Brexit 'Dogma' Puts Northern Ireland at Risk of Terrorism, Hain Says
Brexit 'Dogma' Puts Northern Ireland at Risk of Terrorism, Hain Says

Sinn Féin mobilised its base in the Republic to garner support for a letter from high-profile members of civic society urging the Taoiseach to push for law changes in Northern Ireland . Dublin has said it wants to protect the Good Friday Agreement and the British Government has echoed that stance and said it believes in devolution.

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  • Tripura Assembly Elections: State witnesses 78% turnout
Tripura Assembly Elections: State witnesses 78% turnout

Brisk polling is underway for 59 seats of the 60-member Tripura assembly. A spokesperson said on Monday that the "final figure" is 89.80%. The BJP had bagged just 5.70 per cent votes in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and 1.5 per cent votes in the 2013 Assembly polls.

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  • Cheryl addresses Liam Payne break-up rumours with cryptic response
Cheryl addresses Liam Payne break-up rumours with cryptic response

The pair have an 11-month-old son, Bear , together and have been dating for two years. It's interesting she'd use the word "marriage", considering reports that Liam has had enough of Cheryl's rejection when it comes to getting married.

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  • Two more Greater Cincinnati students arrested, suspected of making school threats
Two more Greater Cincinnati students arrested, suspected of making school threats

The alleged threat made was not detailed further, however, police say that there was no immediate danger to the students, staff or the public. "The New Brunswick Police Department conducted a thorough investigation and determined that no weapon was brought into the school or onto the school grounds".

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  • Deeply pained over alleged assault on Delhi Chief Secretary: Rajnath
Deeply pained over alleged assault on Delhi Chief Secretary: Rajnath

After the meeting, the home ministry sought a report from the LG over the incident. Following the chief secretary's allegations several officers' associations called upon Singh and apprised him demanding action. "Now he's making ludicrous allegations", the party said. Prakash reportedly went straight to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's residen...

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  • Petra Kvitova wins Qatar Open title to clinch top-10 return
Petra Kvitova wins Qatar Open title to clinch top-10 return

The Czech 16th seed came from a set down in Doha to win 3-6 6-3 6-4 for her second title of 2018 after triumphing in St Petersburg two weeks ago. Kvitova, who beat top-ranked Caroline Wozniacki in three sets in the semifinals, will return to the top 10 rankings on Monday for the first time since she was the victim of a knife attack in her hom...

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  • Secret Service skirmish in Beijing over nuclear football
Secret Service skirmish in Beijing over nuclear football

But when the United States military aide carrying the football tried to enter the Great Hall, Chinese security officials are said to have stopped him. The report, which has not been confirmed, was based on five unnamed sources, according to Axios . What is the "nuclear football"? The briefcase was reportedly never touched by a foreign offici...

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  • Japanese 'baby factory' dad wins custody of 13 Thai surrogate children
Japanese 'baby factory' dad wins custody of 13 Thai surrogate children

Mitsutoki Shigeta, 28, made a headlines in 2014 for what became widely known as the "baby factory" case. They were subsequently cared for by the Thai state, while another four infants were deemed also to have been fathered by the same man. In 2014, he was investigated by Interpol for human trafficking after it emerged he had fathered 16 surrogate c...

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  • Winter Olympic Games: Slovenia's Ziga Jeglic suspended after testing positive
Winter Olympic Games: Slovenia's Ziga Jeglic suspended after testing positive

The Court of Arbitration for Sport said Ziga Jeglic tested positive for fenoterol in an in-competition test. Fenoterol is a drug created to open the airways to the lungs. "Unfortunately I have forgot to declare it as [a therapeutic use] exemption". CAS said Jeglic "accepted an anti-doping rule violation and, as a outcome, the athlete is suspend...

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  • Israeli police name Netanyahu confidants arrested in graft probe
Israeli police name Netanyahu confidants arrested in graft probe

Among those arrested and ordered held for five days were Shaul Elovitch, the owner of the Walla news website and the controlling shareholder of Israel's largest telecom company Bezeq, his wife Iris, and his son Or. The case police have skipped for now, file 3,000, a.k.a. the Submarine Scandal, is probably the mots serious of all the three or fo...

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  • Uber and Lyft driver goes missing in LA County
Uber and Lyft driver goes missing in LA County

Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) said they found the vehicle and towed it away Monday at 12:20 p.m. local time (3:30 p.m. EST) but did not reveal in what condition they found it. They said his last fare was a 15-minute trip for Lyft. Thiede's mom, Janet Thiede, described her son as an entrepreneur who was making ends meet by driving for ride...

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  • Donald Trump Takes To Twitter To Deny Latest Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Donald Trump Takes To Twitter To Deny Latest Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Crooks told the Washington Post that Trump "forced himself" on her beside the elevator in Trump Tower, where she was working. Russian Federation already looking to interfere in 2018 midterms Dems pick up deep-red legislative seat in Missouri Speier on Trump's desire for military parade: "We have a Napoleon in the making" MORE of sexual misc...

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  • 'I will not shut up,' Haley tells Palestinian negotiator
'I will not shut up,' Haley tells Palestinian negotiator

We are ready to begin negotiations. He then attacked the U.S., which he said violated global law by recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Haley's speech followed addresses from Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. During his remarks, Abbas told the council that the Palestinians have not "rejected negotiations" and believe talks are the only...

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  • Russians injured in recent clash in Syria were not servicemen - Foreign Ministry
Russians injured in recent clash in Syria were not servicemen - Foreign Ministry

The Russian Foreign Ministry admitted today that "dozens" of Russian nationals had died in the American airstrike in Syria as a Russian mercenary-led force attacked American-backed positions near an oilfield near Deir Ezzor. Last year, the Associated Press reported that a Russian company linked to Wagner had been promised 25 per cent of profits fro...

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