• 'Accept Trump's proposals or shut up', MBS tells Palestinians
'Accept Trump's proposals or shut up', MBS tells Palestinians

Bin Salman, heir to the desert kingdom's thrown, said in a closed-door meeting that Palestinians should accept peace negotiations or " shut up and stop complaining ", according to Channel 10 journalist Barak Ravid . Saudi Arabia at present doesn't formally acknowledge Israel - though the 2 powers have a standard curiosity in combating Iran. The re...

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  • Eagles draft rugby player who has no football experience
Eagles draft rugby player who has no football experience

The Eagles are quarterbacked by former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz - the No. 2 overall pick in 2016 - and have Sioux Falls native and former University of Nebraska safety Nate Gerry in their defensive back corps, a fifth-round pick in 2017.

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  • Scientists mourn the death of 43-year-old spider
Scientists mourn the death of 43-year-old spider

The world's oldest known spider was killed after living to the ripe old age of 43. Now researchers under the leadership of Lindy Denis Mason (Leanda Denise Mason) from the University of Painting in Western Australia reported a 43-year-old female spider Giaus Villosus , who died recently.

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  • Rahul, Chidambaram attack PM Modi's electrification claim; call it 'jumla'
Rahul, Chidambaram attack PM Modi's electrification claim; call it 'jumla'

More than 80 per cent rural homes in the country - and not the 10 per cent necessary to declare a village electrified - have electricity , the government said today. "All the remaining un-electrified households are targeted for electrification by March 31, 2019", said a senior official. The clarification appeared to be a defensive move, aimed ...

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  • Brazilian Sets Record for Largest Wave Ever Surfed
Brazilian Sets Record for Largest Wave Ever Surfed

The Quicksilver XXL Biggest Wave Award goes to the surfer who, by any means available, catches the biggest wave of the year . Majestic, as they are described, these waves can be amazingly big, especially in early winter when the swell is particularly heights.

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  • Google Doodle's way to celebrate International Labour Day is unique
Google Doodle's way to celebrate International Labour Day is unique

The day has often seen protests by various socialist and communist groups, and is an important holiday in communist countries like China, North Korea, Cuba and the former Soviet Union countries. This is because, during the movement, the workers had protested to have eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest. The wor...

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  • Iran attempts to crackdown on Telegram use, orders telecoms to block access
Iran attempts to crackdown on Telegram use, orders telecoms to block access

Iran's judiciary on Monday banned the hugely popular Telegram messaging app, which the authorities have accused of allowing armed opposition groups to fuel unrest. As the Russian government learned , however, blocking Telegram isn't necessarily that easy. Government employees were also ordered to stop using it.

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  • Judge Roy Moore Files Lawsuit Against Female Accusers
Judge Roy Moore Files Lawsuit Against Female Accusers

The complaint was filed in Etowah County, Ala., against some of the women who accused Moore of sexual misconduct - including Debbie Wesson Gibson, Beverly Young Nelson, Leigh Corfman, and Tina Johnson - ahead of the vote to replace Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsSessions aide pledged loyalty to Trump's agenda in o...

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  • Brexit: Michel Barnier wants agreement on Irish border by June
Brexit: Michel Barnier wants agreement on Irish border by June

Amber Rudd quit as home secretary Sunday night after two weeks of pressure over the issue, exposing her predecessor in the role - Prime Minister May - to more scrutiny over her record. And that is the protocol - it is government to government - and at the moment there is no government, there is no Executive in Northern Ireland. "There is a real r...

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  • PM Modi to inaugurate Buddha Jayanti celebrations today
PM Modi to inaugurate Buddha Jayanti celebrations today

He said, Lord Buddha's message of love and compassion can be of vast benefit to the world today. "It will facilitate unity, tolerance and goodwill among all those oriented towards social development and lasting peace", President Bhandari said in her message.

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  • Two Security Personnel Injured in Ongoing Encounter in Pulwama
Two Security Personnel Injured in Ongoing Encounter in Pulwama

A civilian, Shahid Ahmad Dar, was killed in clashes that followed after a mob gathered near the encounter area where the security forces were present. Both were local militants.After the gunfight, youths took to the roads and tried to march towards the encounter site, possibly to pave way for any remaining militants to escape.

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  • Peers 'trying to stop Brexit' with fresh Government defeat — EU Withdrawal Bill
Peers 'trying to stop Brexit' with fresh Government defeat — EU Withdrawal Bill

Britain's upper house backed an amendment created to give Parliament the power to set the Government's future course on Brexit if it ends up rejecting any deal agreed by Theresa May later this year. She wanted the Government to be in charge. "In democracies both Parliament and the electorate have the right to change their minds". Mr Baker brand...

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  • Cool with Showers Today
Cool with Showers Today

Monday is expected to be cloudy and cool with a high of 51 degrees. And Saturday should be mostly sunny with a high near 73. South wind 13 to 15 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 26 miles per hour. A northwest wind of 11 to 13 miles per hour can be expected with gusts up to 23 miles per hour. New rainfall amounts between three quarters and ...

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  • Imran thankful to public for successful Lahore rally
Imran thankful to public for successful Lahore rally

She hopes Khan will make the country prosperous. "It's embarrassing for Pakistan that our prime minister is humiliated by body search at U.S. airport", he said, adding that "when a PM is treated in such a way, imagine how a common Pakistani would be treated there".

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  • Ronny Jackson won't return to job as Trump's physician
Ronny Jackson won't return to job as Trump's physician

Jackson bowed out last week after Montana Sen. He has also claimed Hilary Clinton lied to the Federal Bureau of Investigation over the use of a personal e-mail server; the claims were refuted by former FBI Director James Comey . Jackson, later, withdrew from the race to head the Department of Veteran Affairs. Republicans were already voici...

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  • Petrol, Diesel Prices Kept Unchanged For Seventh Day
Petrol, Diesel Prices Kept Unchanged For Seventh Day

As of now, the price of petrol in New Delhi is Rs 74.63/litre and diesel in the same circle is Rs 65.93/litre across all Indian Oil stations - there has been no adjustment in prices from last Tuesday to today, despite a spike in global oil trends.

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  • Mike Pompeo says Israel, Palestinian peace still a U.S. priority
Mike Pompeo says Israel, Palestinian peace still a U.S. priority

The newly-appointed US official made the remarks during a news conference with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman Safadi in Amman, saying "both of our countries know the threat that Iran poses to the region". Palestine seeks the establishment of a state on the territories of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, which is partially occupied by Israe...

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  • Communities in northeastern Arizona evacuated for Tinder Fire
Communities in northeastern Arizona evacuated for Tinder Fire

According to CCSO, evacuations have been ordered for all Mosqui Ranchettes, Starlight Pines, Clear Creek Pines, Tamerron Pines, Ponderosa Pine, Timber Ridge and Pine Canyon. Meanwhile, two other fires burning since earlier this month are spreading fire crews thin, bur are more contained. No one was injured in the fire and the cause is under inves...

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  • The United States pushing Saudi Arabia to war against Iran
The United States pushing Saudi Arabia to war against Iran

Their aim is to create more regional crisis.to push Muslims to fight against Muslims", Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said . "If these governments gain more wisdom, they will not confront Iran. He went on to add, "this cooperation has so far led to adverse consequences for the Middle East, such as deteriorating crises, insecurity and instability, as w...

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  • Cardinal George Pell Will Stand Trial On Historical Sexual Offence Charges
Cardinal George Pell Will Stand Trial On Historical Sexual Offence Charges

Cardinal Pell denied the allegations since they were laid in the middle of past year, when he said he was ready to return to Australia and leave his job of managing the finances of the Vatican and the Holy See of Rome, in a bid to clear his name.

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