• Fact check: Did the BJP use a duplicate Gautam Gambhir
Fact check: Did the BJP use a duplicate Gautam Gambhir

The BJP leader also alleged that the statements were made to cloud the impression of voters in East Delhi constituency with the sole attempt to manipulate the mindset of voters. "I had gone to attend a wedding ceremony over three months ago where I saw Atishi eating beef". This comes a day after Gambhir got embroiled in a controversy of allegedly...

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  • One killed in attack on five-star hotel in Pakistan
One killed in attack on five-star hotel in Pakistan

As they moved up the stairs the other hotel employees were shot dead. UN Deputy Spokesman Farhan Haq in a statement issued, here today, said the world body deplores all such attacks and reiterates that there can be no justification for terrorist acts.

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  • Venezuela: Guaido seeks talks with United States military
Venezuela: Guaido seeks talks with United States military

Officials of the Intelligence Service of Venezuela (SEBIN) captured on Wednesday Edgar Zambrano , the first vice president of the National Assembly - Venezuela's Parliament - and deputy to Mr Guaido, who has declared himself interim president .

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  • DeSantis Makes Stop in Jacksonville To Praise New Voucher Program
DeSantis Makes Stop in Jacksonville To Praise New Voucher Program

About half of the districts in the state now utilize the more narrowly tailored version of the program. The law expands the Guardian Program created previous year which allowed non-teaching school staff to be trained to carry guns on campus.

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  • Democratic Sen. Blumenthal threatens Trump Jr. with prison if he refuses subpoena
Democratic Sen. Blumenthal threatens Trump Jr. with prison if he refuses subpoena

In an interview with CBS in February, one the few times he's spoken at length about the investigation, Burr said the committee had not turned up evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. "I can understand his frustration at being asked to come back after having cooperated for such a long period of time, seeing now t...

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  • Donald Trump: POTUS Reignites Word War With James Comey
Donald Trump: POTUS Reignites Word War With James Comey

During the CNN town hall , Comey, 58, spoke on a broad range of topics, including whether he would ever run for office and his thoughts on the results of the Mueller investigation . Comey said that while Strzok was a "very talented agent", his text messages "hurt the institution". "Everyone has opinions", said Comey. It led to an investigation ...

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  • Dozens of migrants drown off Tunisia coast
Dozens of migrants drown off Tunisia coast

About 164 people died on the route between Libya and Europe in the first four months of 2019, UNHCR figures show. The survivors were brought to the coast by the Tunisian Navy and are awaiting permission to disembark. 16 migrants were rescued around 64 kilometers off the coast of Tunisia . On Friday, UN refugee agency spokesman Babar Baloch c...

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  • Sister: 9-year-old boy accused of killing mom just 'snapped'
Sister: 9-year-old boy accused of killing mom just 'snapped'

Pauline Randol suffered fatal wounds when her son shot her with a rifle at her home, Sun UK reports. One of Ms Randol's daughters, Harley Martin , 27, said that her mother had been anxious that the boy would hurt someone. "He doesn't understand what's going on right now at all". She said she spent time with her mother and brother Sunday. ...

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  • 3 production companies boycott Georgia after abortion ban
3 production companies boycott Georgia after abortion ban

Later Thursday Killer Films chief executive officer of Killer Films, behind Carol and Vox Lux , join in . "Well, you know me". Now, several production companies have announced they will refuse to film in Georgia, The Hollywood Reporter reports .

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  • U.S. House panel chairman subpoenas Trump's tax returns
U.S. House panel chairman subpoenas Trump's tax returns

Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) issued a subpoena to Mnuchin and also to Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rettig . Mr. But Mnuchin rejected the request this week, telling Neal that he was relying on Department of Justice advice that the request "lacks a legitimate legislative objective".

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  • Trump says North Korea's recent missile launches not breach of trust
Trump says North Korea's recent missile launches not breach of trust

Inside Story: Why did Pyongyang fire new missiles? "The genuine peace and security of the country are guaranteed only by the strong physical force capable of defending its sovereignty", it cited him as saying. On Saturday , North Korea launched a volley of short-range projectiles from the east coast city of Wonsan just days after the US tested ...

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  • Joyful Afghan Landmine Amputee Dances on New Prosthetic Leg
Joyful Afghan Landmine Amputee Dances on New Prosthetic Leg

He and his sister Salima were injured four years ago. Starting the day with this. "I'm so happy for him that he's received this artificial leg and that now he can be independent", she added, as Ahmad danced to music blasting from a mobile phone.

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  • French military frees hostages in Burkina Faso, two commandos killed
French military frees hostages in Burkina Faso, two commandos killed

President Emmanuel Macron's office said a United States woman and a South Korean woman were also freed in the covert operation. The hostages were identified as a USA citizen, a South Korean national, and French nationals Patrick Picque and Laurent Lassimouillas.

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  • Venezuelan Opposition Lawmaker Enters Italian Embassy in Caracas
Venezuelan Opposition Lawmaker Enters Italian Embassy in Caracas

The prosecution charges them with high treason, public conspiring for violating the law, inciting civil uprising, and power usurpation, among other crimes. Maduro, who was re-elected previous year in a disputed vote, has presided over an economic collapse and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela . Authorities have not yet tried to arrest him, but Madu...

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  • Huawei CFO Meng's lawyers seek stay on USA extradition
Huawei CFO Meng's lawyers seek stay on USA extradition

The appeal comes against the backdrop of Beijing's anger over the December arrest of Meng Wanzhou , a senior executive at Chinese tech giant Huawei , who faces a United States extradition hearing in Canada on Wednesday. The court has previously heard that Meng met with HSBC. The actions against Meng led to serious and repeated violations ...

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  • Pope Francis makes it mandatory for clergy to report sex abuse
Pope Francis makes it mandatory for clergy to report sex abuse

In years past, reporting was a matter of conscience for clerics and religious. Bishops and religious superiors are accountable only to the pope, and only a handful have ever been sanctioned or removed for sex abuse or cover-up, and usually only after particularly egregious misbehavior became public.

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  • What Are Ninja Bombs? Pentagon's New Secret Missiles Kill Target With Blades
What Are Ninja Bombs? Pentagon's New Secret Missiles Kill Target With Blades

The missile, which is dubbed the R9X "Flying Ginsu ", is a non-explosive missile which kills the enemy target with kinetic energy and six blades. As well as cars, the weapon could also be used on buildings which could collapse and kill others if hit by an explosion.

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  • All modes of severe weather possible Wednesday in Green Country
All modes of severe weather possible Wednesday in Green Country

The threat of severe weather will go down as we wrap up the work week and head into the weekend. In additions to the threat of severe weather, flooding concerns increase after 4 days of thunderstorms, many creeks, rivers and ponds in South Central Kansas will be very full.

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  • Manning freed but ordered to appear before new grand jury
Manning freed but ordered to appear before new grand jury

Manning was a USA soldier deployed as a junior intelligence analyst in Iraq when she uploaded more than 700,000 confidential government documents to Wikileaks in 2010. The US government has accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of conspiring with Manning to leak a trove of information to WikiLeaks in 2010, including State Department cables a...

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  • Donald Trump Jr. seen resisting Senate committee subpoena
Donald Trump Jr. seen resisting Senate committee subpoena

But Burr, who is retiring rather than face re-election in 2020, obviously chose to play ball with staff investigators and Democrats eager to delve further into any potential contradictions in Trump Jr.'s reams of previous testimony. In 2017, Trump Jr. told Congress he knew "very little" about the proposal. Trump, his businesses, and three of his ...

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