• Maoists killed in police encounter in Odisha
Maoists killed in police encounter in Odisha

During the telephonic conversation, the home minister took stock of the situation in the wake of multiple encounters between security forces and naxals in two districts of the state. "Seven Maoists were killed in three anti-naxal operations past year and special action plan being prepared for similar operations in inaccessible areas said", DGP RP S...

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  • Sherpa guides scale Everest to pave way
Sherpa guides scale Everest to pave way

Liaison officer Gyanendra Shrestha said over 500 climbers from across the world including 247 expedition members have already completed acclimatisation rotations and will attempt scaling the 8,848-metre peak this season. This year, the Ministry made the ban a rule, but the country's supreme court subsequently overruled it and Xia chose to make an...

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  • Raptors, Bucks both want Mike Budenholzer as next head coach
Raptors, Bucks both want Mike Budenholzer as next head coach

Mike Budenholzer parted ways with Atlanta Hawks last month following a disappointing 24-58 season, but he may have his pick of at least two other head coaching jobs this summer. Budenholzer would be a clear upgrade in Milwaukee, which fired Jason Kidd during the recent campaign. Budenholzer was hired by the Hawks after 17 seasons as an assis...

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  • Early voting underway in Montgomery County for May 22 Primary Runoff Election
Early voting underway in Montgomery County for May 22 Primary Runoff Election

Early voting for this year's statewide midterm runoff elections begins at 7 a.m. Monday and will run until 7 p.m. Friday at six locations in Arlington. In the 17th, Democratic Congressman Conor Lamb is running against Republican Congressman Keith Rothfus. Republican Rep. Harry Lewis Jr., who now represents the 74th District, is not seeking re-e...

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  • Pro-North Korea body: Waitresses should reunite with family
Pro-North Korea body: Waitresses should reunite with family

But North Korea had accused the South of "hideous abduction" and demanded the group be returned. They are the ones expected to come to the luncheon being prepared by the South Korean president where they will also perform along with other unmentioned artists who were also present in North Korea's cultural exchange.

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  • Nanny who murdered UWS children faces life imprisonment
Nanny who murdered UWS children faces life imprisonment

Then she placed them in the tub, authorities said. She settled her affairs by leaving her important documents for her sister and family heirlooms for her 17-year-old son - which prosecutors argued was proof she was of sound mind when she planned the acts of that day.

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  • HOT GOSSIP: John Dumelo set to marry Gifty on Saturday
HOT GOSSIP: John Dumelo set to marry Gifty on Saturday

She also revealed to the Graphic Showbiz that: "the issue is men don't have balls to come forward to ask me out because they think I am already hooked or perhaps I am very high maintenance". Broadcaster and showbiz personality Kofi Okyere Darko, popularly known as KOD has come under huge attack in the last 24 hours following an infamous post he mad...

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  • Shashi Tharoor reacts, says will contest 'vigorously — Sunanda Pushkar chargesheet
Shashi Tharoor reacts, says will contest 'vigorously — Sunanda Pushkar chargesheet

Mr Tharoor , a parliamentarian from Kerala, has also been accused of cruelty to his wife, in a police charge-sheet submitted in a Delhi court today. Tharoor took to his social page to state that he intends to contest the charges vigorously.

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  • Yvette Cooper on Tessa Jowell plans for condoms at the Olympics
Yvette Cooper on Tessa Jowell plans for condoms at the Olympics

Each year around 11,400 people in the United Kingdom are diagnosed with a brain tumour and just 14% of people survive their disease for 10 or more years. He said former Labour cabinet minister Dame Tessa Jowell left behind a "strong legacy". Tessa Jowell with her husband David Mills, their son Matthew Mills, daughter Jess Mills, and Jess's baby d...

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  • West tried to prevent Putin's re-election as president since 2011 - senators
West tried to prevent Putin's re-election as president since 2011 - senators

The informal Summit in Russia's Sochi between PM Modi and President Putin is in keeping with the tradition of regular consultations between India and Russian Federation at the highest levels. Russian Federation is also said to be upset with India since New Delhi has in recent years diversified its defence purchases rather than remaining depende...

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  • Mom kills gunman who tries to rob kids at school
Mom kills gunman who tries to rob kids at school

The would-be robber, identified later as Elivelton Neves Moreira, approached a group of parents with children waiting near a private school in Sao Paulo, according to the Daily Mail . Parents caught up in the violent scene fled with their children- who had been attending a Mother's Day celebration at the school in Suzano ahead of the event on May...

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  • Europe still buying Iranian oil amid sanctions threat
Europe still buying Iranian oil amid sanctions threat

Oil-rich Saudi Arabia has long said it would match any Iranian weapons development, but Jubeir's renewed vow came after US President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of an accord created to prevent Tehran's alleged quest for the bomb.

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  • Mike Pompeo: US wants to work with Europe on new Iran deal
Mike Pompeo: US wants to work with Europe on new Iran deal

Let's start with what should not be the primary focus: the impact on the North Korea negotiations. Soon after Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal , top American allies, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Canada expressed concerns over his decision and emphasised their continued commitment to the JPCOA.

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  • Police HQ in Indonesia city attacked after church bombings
Police HQ in Indonesia city attacked after church bombings

Use of children: The latest attack comprised similar characteristics to Sunday's church attacks, in that each were carried out by a single family, and in both bombings, young children made up part of the suicide squad. Police say the family that carried out Sunday's suicide bombings had indeed returned to Indonesia from Syria, and IS claimed respo...

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  • Parkland survivors meet man who took AR-15 from Waffle House gunman
Parkland survivors meet man who took AR-15 from Waffle House gunman

The two met Saturday along with other Parkland shooting survivors-turned-activists who are seeking more gun control measures after a gunman killed 17 people at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida in February. She says that regardless of the fact she looks like she lost a fight, inside she's winning. "Meeting the young adults of the Parkland...

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  • Dozens Dead as Gaza Erupts Over US Embassy Move to Jerusalem
Dozens Dead as Gaza Erupts Over US Embassy Move to Jerusalem

The military aggression, which ended on August 26, 2014, killed almost 2,200 Palestinians. The opening of the Embassy happened a day after Israel celebrated Jerusalem Day, marking what Israelis consider the reunification of the city. While East Jerusalem , including the historic Old City, has been under Israeli control since 1967, Palestinians...

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  • Oil prices slip but score second straight weekly gain
Oil prices slip but score second straight weekly gain

In the past, sanctions against Iran have cut the country's crude exports by around 1 million barrels a day. The research claims OPEC and Russian Federation could progressively reduce the amount of petroleum that they truly are now holding out there by 450,000 barrels a day a year.

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  • Israeli soccer club says it wants to add Trump to its name
Israeli soccer club says it wants to add Trump to its name

Kushner, whom President Donald Trump tasked with bringing peace to the Middle East, said the USA administration had nearly completed a peace plan, but is undecided about when to reveal its contents, in light of the outrage the U.S. The march was also directed at the inauguration of the embassy. U.S. President Donald Trump, in a recorded messa...

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  • Rapper
Rapper "Young Dolph" Blasts Duke VP for Song Complaint

And on Monday, the coffee shop called in both Brown and Simmons, asking them to resign. "I think it is peculiar that a black woman who was playing a rap song was sacked because a white administrator in power found that inappropriate", says Karlina.

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  • Netanyahu warns Assad against responding to attack on 'Iranian' targets
Netanyahu warns Assad against responding to attack on 'Iranian' targets

It said three people were killed and two were wounded. Russia, Germany and France called on both countries to exercise restraint, but the USA said Iran bore "full responsibility for the consequences of its reckless actions" and that Israel had a right to defend itself.

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