• Restrictions in Valley to halt separatist protests
Restrictions in Valley to halt separatist protests

Scores of people gathered in the lawns of central Jamia Masjid Ajas and offered prayers for the slain youth. District Collector Farooq Ahmad Lone told ANI on Thursday that due to shutdown call given by Joint Hurriyat leadership, the restrictions will be imposed in seven police station areas of Srinagar tomorrow.

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  • Cellphone video captures sounds of gunfire when Republican Congressional members were ambushed
Cellphone video captures sounds of gunfire when Republican Congressional members were ambushed

Hodgkinson of Belleville, Ill . died from his injuries. "I want them to have as much access as possible to me", said Krishnamoorthi, who also like Gutierrez has received threats that he turned over to Capitol Police for followup investigation.

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  • USA formally rejects Paris climate treaty at G-7 environmental meeting
USA formally rejects Paris climate treaty at G-7 environmental meeting

A two-day ministerial meeting of the Group of Seven (G7) nations ended in the northern Italian city of Bologna on Monday, confirming the split between the United States and its six major allies on climate change . To meet the carbon-dioxide emissions targets, the United States would have to significantly cut back its use of traditional energy re...

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  • Lawmakers talk more security, packing a gun after shooting
Lawmakers talk more security, packing a gun after shooting

Hodgkinson of IL, approached them. Scalise , Capitol Police officers David Bailey and Crystal Griner, Matt Mika - a former congressional staffer who now works as a lobbyist for Tyson Foods - and Zachary Barth, a staffer for Rep. the field was essentially a killing field", he said. Both are expected to recover. "We're exploring all angles", sa...

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  • Michigan health chief charged in Flint water probe
Michigan health chief charged in Flint water probe

Lyon, 49, was also charged with one count of misconduct in office. Convincing a jury that the officials' failure to disclose the risk of Legionnaires' disease caused a death would be hard, Wayne State University law professor Peter Henning said.

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  • Research Report On Linalool Market Outlook 2017
Research Report On Linalool Market Outlook 2017

For technical data and manufacturing plants analysis, the report analyzes Full-range Speakers leading suppliers on capacity, commercial production date, manufacturing plants distribution, R&D status, technology sources, and raw materials sources.The Report important aspects like development Trends , Capacity Production Overview, Production ...

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  • Children lost, baby thrown to safety in London blaze
Children lost, baby thrown to safety in London blaze

More than 12 hours after the fire broke out, the building was still smouldering, though the building was not in danger of collapse. Police say it will take some time to confirm the cause of the fire, and authorities did not want to speculate on why it spread so rapidly, The Associated Press reports.

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  • A timeline of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan
A timeline of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan

Researchers linked the outbreak of Legionella bacteria to corrosion resulting from the mistreatment of Flint's water starting in 2014. FLINT ― Six current and former MI and Flint officials were criminally charged on Wednesday for their roles in the city's water crisis that was linked to an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease that caused at leas...

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  • IS claims Melbourne attack; PM Turnbull calls it 'cowardly'
IS claims Melbourne attack; PM Turnbull calls it 'cowardly'

The authorities said they had yet to determine whether the incident in the affluent beach-side suburb was terrorism-related, but Victoria state police said it was one line of inquiry. Hostage-taker, Yacqub Khayre , emerged from the apartment and fired at police. "All the indications thus far, there is nothing that we've found thus far that would...

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  • Things we learned at Jeff Sessions' hearing
Things we learned at Jeff Sessions' hearing

Testifying before a Senate appropriations committee on Tuesday, Rosenstein said that Mueller has his full support and could only be fired "for good cause". However, he said there's no legal statute allowing him to exercise an option No. 4 - avoid testifying about questions he feels are inappropriate. Sessions told the committee he is protecting ...

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  • Virat Kohli unfazed by limited game time for India's middle order
Virat Kohli unfazed by limited game time for India's middle order

Kohli and the current team has played a number of pressure games in ICC tournaments, but he said on a new day that will count for little. "Even the other day I thought they ( Bangladesh ) were outstanding the way they applied themselves and chased the total down and they showed a lot of composure and patience, and that is always a sign of a side th...

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  • Ed Gillespie wins GOP nomination, will face Northam
Ed Gillespie wins GOP nomination, will face Northam

Gillespie was also in a ultra-tight race in 2014 when he ran for his adopted state's U.S. Senate seat against Democratic incumbent Mark Warner , who previously served as governor. Stewart had aligned himself strongly with President Trump , hoping to ride the populist wave that sent Trump to the White House in November. "Northam, a doctor, upped h...

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  • GOP Rep. Steve Scalise, others shot by gunman
GOP Rep. Steve Scalise, others shot by gunman

Rep. Ron DeSantis , who left the practice just prior to the shooting , said a man at the scene asked him if those on the field were Republicans or Democrats. "We were very lucky" Wenstrup was there, Brooks said. Scalise was transported to a hospital in Washington, D.C., where he was in stable condition . Paul told MSNBC if Scalise's security ...

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  • J&K: Pak army resorts to mortar shelling, firing along LoC
J&K: Pak army resorts to mortar shelling, firing along LoC

This was the second ceasefire violation committed by Indian forces in less than a week. On Tuesday, a third grenade attack took place in Pulwama district on a police station. In all these incidents, the Indian Army posts retaliated effectively. "Pakistani Army initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms and automatics from 0920 hours this m...

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  • President Donald Trump will Address the Nation After Steve Scalise Shooting
President Donald Trump will Address the Nation After Steve Scalise Shooting

About 15 to 25 people were at Simpson Field in Alexandria for the baseball practice when the gunman opened fire , eyewitnesses said. He added that they would not identify the victims of the attack before they were able to interview all witnesses to the event.

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  • Historical issues should not impede ties with Japan: S. Korea's Moon
Historical issues should not impede ties with Japan: S. Korea's Moon

The US has no practical way to counter North Korea's nuclear development. North Korea also conveyed its dissatisfaction with the new government's North Korea policy to the preparation committee for an inter-Korean joint event held on the 17th anniversary of the June 15 joint declaration agreed upon by former President Kim Dae Jung and forme...

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  • WMU grad injured in shooting at congressional baseball practice
WMU grad injured in shooting at congressional baseball practice

Matt Mika, a MI native and lobbyist, was among the five people wounded by a gunman in northern Virginia early Wednesday while he was volunteering during practice for the annual congressional baseball game, his employer said . Two Capitol Police officers were also injured in the shooting incident. He is a graduate of Adrian College . Mika previo...

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  • Reward increases to $70000 for escaped inmates
Reward increases to $70000 for escaped inmates

The Putnam County Sheriff's Office can be reached at 706-485-8557, and the Georgia Department of Communications Correction Center is at 478-992-5111. The incident unfolded hours before dawn Tuesday, when DuBose and Rowe overtook the two officers, who were driving a transport bus carrying 33 inmates from Hancock State Prison near Sparta to the G...

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  • Suspected N. Korean drone snapped THAAD photos - S. Korean officials
Suspected N. Korean drone snapped THAAD photos - S. Korean officials

According to a United Nations report, the North is in possession of at least 300 unmanned aerial vehicles of different types, including one designed for reconnaissance, as well as combat drones. It is believed to have crashed due to running out of fuel. By emphasizing the importance of the alliance and by showing his resolve to respond forcefully ...

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  • New York City deli clerk gets jaw broken in avocado attack
New York City deli clerk gets jaw broken in avocado attack

The two men and the worker had argued over a food order at the Stadium Gourmet Deli, prompting the attack in the early morning hours of May 29, 2017, police said. Hani Jirgis, the store's owner, told ABC 7 his employee was very seriously hurt. The employee suffered a laceration and fractures to his face, as well as a broken jaw.

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