• SSC exam paper leak: Anna Hazare meets agitating students in Delhi
SSC exam paper leak: Anna Hazare meets agitating students in Delhi

With the protest against the alleged paper leak of the combined graduate level exam of the Staff Selection Commission ( SSC ) spilling into the fifth day on Sunday social activist Anna Hazare reportedly met hundreds of SSC aspirants in the national capital and urged them to walk on the path of non-violence.

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  • Teenager Lloyd Gunton jailed over Bieber terrorism plot
Teenager Lloyd Gunton jailed over Bieber terrorism plot

Gunton, who has been diagnosed with autism, also shared images of the Islamic State's flag. During house searches at Gunton police found hidden in the school backpack a knife and a hammer, which, according to investigators, the teenager had meant to use after a auto collision on the crowd.

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  • Louis High School student suspended after threat
Louis High School student suspended after threat

A nationwide school walkout has been organized for March 14, where students will walk out of class and out of the building to stand in solidarity for those killed and injured in the Parkland, Fla., shooting. This juvenile suspect is a Chandler resident and a Chandler High School student. School officials sent a notice to families and contacted lo...

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  • Islamic extremists attack French embassy in West Africa
Islamic extremists attack French embassy in West Africa

The other targets were the French Embassy and the French Institute. Burkina Faso's government said four attackers had been killed at the embassy and at least two at the headquarters. On February 21, two members of the French counter-terrorism force were killed by a landmine near Mali's border with Niger and Burkina Faso. It shares a northern bo...

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  • Nebraska up next for No. 15 MI in Big Ten Tournament
Nebraska up next for No. 15 MI in Big Ten Tournament

MI went into halftime shooting 0-7 from 3-point range (ended the game shooting 15.8% total from three) compared to Iowa's 30.4%. Bohannon missed a 3-pointer to tie with 32 seconds remaining, but he got a chance at redemption. Sevillian and Doyle finished with nine points apiece and junior Hannah Stewart added eight. They were doing whatever they ...

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  • Venezuela postpones presidential election to May 20
Venezuela postpones presidential election to May 20

The government had originally scheduled it for April; but on Thursday the National Electoral Council announced it's holding off until May 20. "What will they say if the representatives of the opposition, by orders of the United States, don't want to participate in the elections and use violence as the alternative?" Falcon said he would like vet...

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  • Penn State vs. Purdue
Penn State vs. Purdue

Josh Reaves made two free throws with 48 seconds left and put Penn State ahead by a point on a slam dunk with five seconds left to lead the Nittany Lions to a 69-68 upset win over 13th-ranked Ohio State on Friday night in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament at Madison Square Garden in NY.

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  • French far-right leader charged for inciting terrorism via IS Tweets
French far-right leader charged for inciting terrorism via IS Tweets

Prosecutors announced on Thursday that Le Pen had been charged over the tweets she sent in December 2015. Speaking to Reuters , the elder Le Pen, who led the FN for almost four decades and lost a presidential run-off against Jacques Chirac in 2002, said: "This initiative is suicidal".

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  • Four Civilians Wounded In Kabul Explosion
Four Civilians Wounded In Kabul Explosion

Of the 22 wounded in the blast, Mohammad Musa Zahir, a doctor at the area's Wazir Akbar Khan hospital, said the injured included five children and two women. Since mid-January, militants have stormed a luxury hotel, bombed a crowded street, raided a military compound and launched a suicide attack during morning rush hour in the capital, killing mor...

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  • Kremlin claims new weapons are 'not the start of arms race'
Kremlin claims new weapons are 'not the start of arms race'

He also admitted the Russian weapons were in various stages of development, but some were battle ready. "All of those tests were successful". So, there is a reality here behind the rhetoric - even if numerous weapons systems outlined by Mr Putin are still very much in the developmental stage.

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  • White House Planning to Replace McMaster Next Month
White House Planning to Replace McMaster Next Month

The MSNBC report suggests McMaster will soon be replaced by Ford executive Stephen Biegun, who served in the George W. Bush administration . While the White House did not provide comment, a Ford spokesman said Biegun had "no plans to leave" the company.

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  • Real Madrid's Marcelo back in training ahead of PSG Champions League clash
Real Madrid's Marcelo back in training ahead of PSG Champions League clash

Lasmar says that the fracture in the toe area is more serious than was initially thought when Neymar , 26, went down last Sunday during PSG's 3-0 defeat of Marseille in Ligue 1. "It would be very risky as it's a fragile bone in the foot which is hard to protect", Jean-Marcel Ferret, a former doctor with the French national team, told AFP.

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  • Syria Cease-Fire Yet to Be Implemented — UN Aid Chief
Syria Cease-Fire Yet to Be Implemented — UN Aid Chief

After helping turn the tide of the war in Syria in favour of its ally President Bashar al-Assad, Russia has cast itself as a Middle East peace broker. "That means these people will die during the next few days if we don't take them out". According to Reuters, he told reporters that the killings show that rebel threats against people who want to...

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  • Saudi views Pakistan as one of top destinations for investment: deputy minister
Saudi views Pakistan as one of top destinations for investment: deputy minister

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, attends the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia October 24, 2017. In a series of royal decrees announced late Monday, the king discharged dozens of officials across the government, bringing in a new chief of staff for the Saudi military and new officials for security and econom...

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  • Pakistan's ruling party picks ousted PM's brother Shahbaz Sharif as president
Pakistan's ruling party picks ousted PM's brother Shahbaz Sharif as president

Last week, Pakistan's Supreme Court disqualified Nawaz Sharif from the post of PML-N party chief, saying all decisions made by him now stand null and void. Sharif criticized his disqualification by terming it a conspiracy against him. However, he will not have any specific position in the party. Nawaz Sharif had already put his weight behind...

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  • Pakistan militant killed in encounter with security forces
Pakistan militant killed in encounter with security forces

No casualties have been reported so far, he added. "One terrorist of LET [Lashkar-e-Taiba] apparently FT [foreign terrorist] killed in an encounter in Hajin Bandipore today morning in a joint operation of J&K Police/Army/ CRPF", director general of state police SP Vaid tweeted.

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  • How to lose your 'Top Secret' security clearance in the US
How to lose your 'Top Secret' security clearance in the US

According to the report , Joshua Harris , the founder of Apollo Management - whose loan refinanced the mortgage on Kushner's Chicago skyscraper - who was advising Trump administration on infrastructure policy, also met with Jared Kushner past year.

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  • Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Blaming Iran for Illegally Arming Yemeni Houthis
Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Blaming Iran for Illegally Arming Yemeni Houthis

This statement was released a day after Russian Federation vetoed a British-drafted U.N.S.C resolution that would condemn Iran and extend sanctions in Yemen . Meanwhile, fierce fighting continued between the Iranian-backed Houthis and the forces allied with the internationally-backed government in various areas of Yemen.

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  • Iraq court sentences 16 Turkish women to death for joining IS
Iraq court sentences 16 Turkish women to death for joining IS

The women , aged between 20 - 50, were sentenced in a mass trial at a criminal court in Baghdad on Sunday. Also on Thursday, an Iraqi newspaper reported that more than 1,500 foreign women and children from the families of IS militants are being held by the Iraqi authorities, which are coordinating with the countries of origin to decide t...

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  • Israeli Forces Detain 10 Members of Tamimi Family
Israeli Forces Detain 10 Members of Tamimi Family

Despite knowing that they are minor, Israeli authorities handcuff them. Mohammed Tamimi , 15, is seen in this video claiming that his severe head injury in December 2017 was the result of an IDF bullet. After spending days in a coma and undergoing several life-saving surgeries, Muhammad - who has been injured by Israeli forces before, and was ...

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