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Afghan government, insiders said, has requested Pakistan to help resume the peace process, and the two countries will soon organise a meeting after consulting other stakeholders, which can also include Russian Federation. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said at the time that the administration was considering curtailing aid, severing Pakistan's status as a major non- North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, and even hitting Islamabad for the first time with sanctions, unless it tackles ...
  • 99 per cent of banned notes are back in system: RBI

    99 per cent of banned notes are back in system: RBI

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    However, RBI said that it pumped in 2380 crore notes totalling Rs 5.54 lakh crore in the two months post demonetization between November 9 to Decemeber 31. "Till such time these notes are processed by the Reserve Bank for their numerical accuracy and authenticity, only an estimation of specified bank notes received back is possible", the central bank stated in the report.
  • Mumbai Rains: Airlines Extend Waiver on Cancellation Fees

    Mumbai Rains: Airlines Extend Waiver on Cancellation Fees

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    More heavy rains had been forecast for Wednesday, forcing the government to order schools and colleges shut, but in many areas the downpours were lighter. Heavy downpour and strong winds left airport in the financial capital nearly crippled with long delays, forcing airlines to divert many flights to other cities or making aircraft to do go-arounds through the day today.
  • Missing Pregnant Woman Found Dead & Her Neighbors May Have Stolen Her Baby

    Missing Pregnant Woman Found Dead & Her Neighbors May Have Stolen Her Baby

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    Officers took Crews and Hoehn in for questioning on Thursday after discovering a baby girl in the apartment they shared. Savanna Greywind was eight-months pregnant when when she disappeared. When she saw Crews' mugshot after the arrest, she felt a chill. Fargo Police say they did not believe they would have been led to the scene through investigative channels, and credited those who volunteered to look for Greywind.
  • Houston Police Officer Drowns In Police Car

    Houston Police Officer Drowns In Police Car

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    Acevedo said Perez never arrived to work on Sunday and contacted his wife, who said she had not heard from him since 4 a.m. that morning. Sergeant Steve Perez who worked in traffic enforcement drowned in Houston while driving through an underpass during the floods.
  • North Korea fires short-range missiles into the sea

    North Korea fires short-range missiles into the sea

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    The ban also prohibits the expansion of any existing joint ventures... Serving as a warning as to what might happen if Britain becomes involved with the US and South Korean military exercises, a statement was issued by the Korean Central News Agency on Wednesday, the Mirror reports.
  • German male nurse suspected of killing at least 84 with lethal drugs

    German male nurse suspected of killing at least 84 with lethal drugs

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    Police said Monday that investigators exhuming and analyzing more bodies had since found evidence of scores of additional murders. The resulting evidence suggests that he may have killed at least 84 more people, officials said. "The murder cases could have been prevented", said Kuehme, Police Chief. Amid the media publicity، a woman then contacted police، voicing suspicion that her deceased mother had also fallen victim to the killer nurse.
  • Lalus rally will have no impact on the BJP govt: Maurya

    Lalus rally will have no impact on the BJP govt: Maurya

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    But feedback from the party's Bihar unit as well as an assessment by AICC managers indicated it would be better if the Gandhis stayed away from Lalu's show to avoid the charge of supporting a tainted leader. Speaking to ANI here, Singh said, "Those who participated in the rally are in search of their existence as the countrymen have already rejected them".
  • Kushner leads USA delegation for peace talks in Middle East

    Kushner leads USA delegation for peace talks in Middle East

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    It has to be workable to both sides. The Palestinian source also said Kushner told Abbas the USA was under the impression the PA president does not trust the White House and stressed that the United States is working hard toward creating the conditions for a peace deal.
  • Trump to present plan for reviving peace talks

    Trump to present plan for reviving peace talks

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    Accompanied by a high-level American delegation, Kushner on Thursday reiterated Trump's commitment to finding a lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which the President has referred to as "the ultimate deal", reports CNN. "We have told the Americans that we are committed to the American effort", Khatib said. According to Al-Hayat, a USA delegation headed by Kushner told Abbas this week that "stopping settlement construction is impossible because it will cause the collapse of ...
  • Feds on Trump's shutdown threat: 'It's blackmail'

    Feds on Trump's shutdown threat: 'It's blackmail'

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    As The Hill also noted, Trump's Twitter posts "won't ease the process, heightening the growing tensions between the president and the Republican leaders he needs to realize his ambitious policy agenda". Trump, of course, is not responsible for passing more bills than nearly any other president - at least, not bills of substance - and in fact his impact on the House and the Senate has been at best minimal, and at worst actually harmful to his own agenda.
  • Armed Man Attacked Military Personnel in the Center of Brussels

    Armed Man Attacked Military Personnel in the Center of Brussels

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    Based on the descriptions provided by the spokeswoman, the assault bore the hallmarks of the terror attacks conducted by Takfiri terrorists. He later died in hospital. Less than two hours later, three British police officers were slightly injured while arresting a man in a vehicle outside Buckingham Palace in London.
  • Airstrikes kill 14 civilians in Sanaa

    Airstrikes kill 14 civilians in Sanaa

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    According to AFP , the United Nations counted a series of strikes on Wednesday , including an attack on a hotel in Sanaa Governorate that killed 33 people, and a separate strike on a house, also in Sanaa, that left six people dead. The conflict has killed more than 10,000 civilians, displaced three million people and pushed the impoverished nation to the brink of starvation. A United Nations report leaked to the media last week said half of children casualties in the country were caused by ...
  • Tigers beat Yankees in brawl-filled encounter

    Tigers beat Yankees in brawl-filled encounter

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    Things quickly escalated from there, when a shove by Cabrera led the two wrestling each other to the ground, throwing jabs left and right to each player's midsection. A look at the Tigers players weekend jerseys and caps they'll wear for the series against the White Sox from August 25-27, 2017. "I said, 'It is not about you.' Then he pushed me".
  • Apple moves to shut down Iranian apps, citing United States sanctions

    Apple moves to shut down Iranian apps, citing United States sanctions

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    That followed the removal in recent weeks of apps for food delivery, shopping and other services. Pursuant to the USA sanctions, Apple has no official presence in Iran. It is interesting to note that the minister also took to Twitter to express his displeasure. His app was among those removed during the purge. The company even put app developers on notice a few months ago, telling them to not include payment options in their apps so that Iranian currency wouldn't make its way into the USA, ...
  • USA slaps sanctions on Chinese, Russian firms doing business with N. Korea

    USA slaps sanctions on Chinese, Russian firms doing business with N. Korea

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    Security Council resolutions. The Treasury Department , which oversees USA sanctions programs, said that those targeted by the sanctions had helped people known to support the North's nuclear and ballistic missile programs, or had traded in North Korean energy, exploited its workers or acted as a conduit to the worldwide financial system.
  • Sunderland strikes high in GCSE results day

    Sunderland strikes high in GCSE results day

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    The number grading system has more higher grades available, with grade 4 being seen as a " standard pass " and the minimum level that pupils need in English and Maths- replacing the C grade. "Today's results will mean that many of our students will now be able to take up places in our Sixth Form and we look forward to welcoming them back in September to continue their education at Walthamstow Academy".
  • Cannibal surrenders to police saying he has lost taste for human flesh

    Cannibal surrenders to police saying he has lost taste for human flesh

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    It has been reported the men raped, murdered and then ate a woman. Four men appeared in the Estcourt Magistrates Court this week on charges of cannibalism and murder. Mbatha is said to have been a practising traditional healer in Ladysmith before he fled after a fellow healer was attacked by the local community, according to News24.
  • China urges U.S. to drop its sanctions on Chinese companies

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    Vincent Brooks, commander of U.S. Forces Korea, says the allies should continue the war games until they "have reason not to". Speaking to reporters Tuesday at the State Department, Tillerson said: "I am pleased to see that the regime in Pyongyang has certainly demonstrated some level of restraint that we have not seen in the past".
  • Charity group wants your eclipse glasses

    Charity group wants your eclipse glasses

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    For example, AWB is collecting protective eyewear to be redistributed to underserved schools in South America and Asia for the 2019 eclipse, their website says. If all of them were just trashed, that's a lot of unnecessary waste going to the landfills . This eclipse will be on July 2, 2019 , and will be visible in the southern Pacific Ocean, east of New Zealand, the Coquimbo Region in Chile and finally Argentina, with totality in some areas lasting 4 minutes and 32 seconds.
  • Navy official confirms 'some remains' found after USS McCain collision

    Navy official confirms 'some remains' found after USS McCain collision

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    The collision caused a significant hull damage, with flooding in berthing compartments as well as machinery and communication rooms, the Navy said. A fifth injured sailor did not require further medical attention. Brandon told WXYZ that her son was following in the footsteps of other family members who were in the Navy, and she hopes he will be located soon.
  • German Police Seize Trump-Shaped Ecstasy Pills

    German Police Seize Trump-Shaped Ecstasy Pills

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    Earlier this summer, pills pressed into the shape of Donald Trump's head (and of course, bright orange pills) appeared on the dark web. The 51-year-old driver of the auto and his 17-year-old son were arrested at the scene and the Austrian-registered vehicle towed away.