• Public should be protected from ISIS terror girl says Wyre MP
Public should be protected from ISIS terror girl says Wyre MP

Despite having "no regrets" she now wants to return to the United Kingdom after her husband was killed and two children died. They had told their parents they were simply going out for the day. "And there is so much oppression and corruption going on that I don't really think they deserve victory", she added. "That makes me think twice". "It gi...

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  • Indian troops killed when massive bomb obliterates bus in Kashmir
Indian troops killed when massive bomb obliterates bus in Kashmir

On October 1, 2001, three terrorists had rammed a Tata Sumo loaded with explosives into the main gate of the Jammu and Kashmir State Legislative Assembly complex in Srinagar - killing 38 people. Jaish-e-Mohammed, a United Nation's listed terror organisation set up in Pakistan during the 1990s with an aim of dislodging India's grip on Kashmir, claim...

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  • Former US Counter Intel Agent Indicted for Spying for Iran
Former US Counter Intel Agent Indicted for Spying for Iran

A former U.S. Air Force counterintelligence specialist who defected to Iran has been charged with providing classified information to the Islamic Republic, according to an indictment unsealed Wednesday by the Justice Department . Department of Defense Special Access Program. The announcement, which also included sanctions on the New Horiz...

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  • Rare black leopard photographed for first time in 110 years
Rare black leopard photographed for first time in 110 years

Early past year, Pilfold and his team placed remote cameras near the conservancy after they heard reports of a possible black leopard, also called a black panther . Published in the African Journal of Ecology , the photos represent the first scientific documentation of such a creature in Africa in almost a century.

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  • Prime Minister calls on MPs to 'hold their nerve' on Brexit
Prime Minister calls on MPs to 'hold their nerve' on Brexit

Amid the labyrinthin plots and counterplots of Brexit, the United Kingdom's most significant political and economic move since the Second World War, some major investors, such as Ford Motor Co., are trying to work out whether to shutter U.K.

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  • Venezuela opposition takes to streets over blocked aid
Venezuela opposition takes to streets over blocked aid

Nicolas Maduro , right, follows Venezuela's then-President Hugo Chavez as they arrive to a ceremony declaring Chavez victor of presidential elections at the Electoral Council in Caracas, Venezuela, on October 10, 2012. In Caracas on Tuesday, a sea of colors gathered downtown as thousands emerged to share in the carnival atmosphere. 'The so-calle...

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  • Woman dies on Air New Zealand flight on arrival in Samoa
Woman dies on Air New Zealand flight on arrival in Samoa

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has asserted that an incident involving a Shanghai-bound Air New Zealand flight turning back to Auckland last Saturday was an "administrative issue" and would have no impact on diplomatic ties with China.

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  • Elizabeth Warren: Trump ‘May Not Even Be A Free Person’ In 2020
Elizabeth Warren: Trump ‘May Not Even Be A Free Person’ In 2020

The progressive lawmaker and Democratic presidential candidate suggested at a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Sunday that Trump, who has emerged as a key figure in multiple federal investigations, including special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, may be behind bars by the next presiden...

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  • Two Telugus among 17 people killed in Delhi blaze
Two Telugus among 17 people killed in Delhi blaze

The fire was doused around 7 am, however, the rescue operation went on for four hours and the firefighters and Delhi police officials were able to rescue 35 people. Negligence by safety enforcement officials is also being blamed for the incident. The Union tourism minister said there were a lot of wooden structures inside, which may have helped the...

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  • Who owns that 'delightful' tiger, Houston officials ask
Who owns that 'delightful' tiger, Houston officials ask

They added that the cage could easily open and the tiger could have gone on a "rampage". It was subdued and transported to a facility managed by BARC Animal Shelter and Adoptions. "We are working to determine who owns the tiger and who owns the property because that may or may not be the same person". Police said the caged female tiger was fo...

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  • North Korea and South Korea Want To Host The 2023 Olympics Together
North Korea and South Korea Want To Host The 2023 Olympics Together

The new deal must still be approved by South Korea's parliament, but it would boost its contribution to 1.03 trillion won (687.68 million pounds) from 960 billion won in 2018. But both sides worked to hammer out an agreement to minimise the impact on South Koreans working on US military bases, and focus on nuclear talks ahead of a second U.S.

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  • Iran's Islamic Revolution Meant
Iran's Islamic Revolution Meant "40 Years Of Failure": Trump Advisor

The country's military also displayed missiles along rally routes. The state has played up this year's anniversary as 40 is symbolic of maturity in the Islamic tradition and the age at which Prophet Mohammed received revelations from God.

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  • Four staffers for Justin Fairfax quit amid sexual assault controversy
Four staffers for Justin Fairfax quit amid sexual assault controversy

The lawyer for Meredith Watson said in a statement Friday that Watson had been raped by a former Duke basketball player but did not identify the player. "So now any time anything happens, Republicans get two get out of jail free cards, and any Republican commentator gets two talking points", Watters said.

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  • Hakeem al-Araibi Boards Flight Home To Melbourne After Extraordinary Development
Hakeem al-Araibi Boards Flight Home To Melbourne After Extraordinary Development

Mr Araibi , 25, a former Bahraini national team player, has said he fled his home country due to political repression. Bahraini refugee, Hakeem Al-Araibi leaves Thailand's Criminal Court , in Bangkok , Thailand 04 February, 2019. His brother is serving his own 10-year sentence, the Times reports. "We are heartened seeing our released son...

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  • Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar apologises over accusations of anti-semitic remarks
Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar apologises over accusations of anti-semitic remarks

Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), the other Muslim Congresswoman, for their repeated antisemitic missives and associations. Back in October, McCarthy posted a tweet that suggested three Jewish billionaire Democratic donors - George Soros, Tom Steyer and Michael Bloomberg - were attempting to "buy" the 2018 midterm elections.

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  • Trump's Bogus El Paso Claim
Trump's Bogus El Paso Claim

But that's not true. O'Rourke is expected to speak at Chalio Acosta Sports Center around the same time the president is scheduled to take the stage at a rally in support of the wall at the El Paso County Coliseum, which is just a block away.

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  • Snowstorm Buries Pacific Northwest, With More on the Way
Snowstorm Buries Pacific Northwest, With More on the Way

The watch is now a storm warning, as a winter storm with a combination of 15 to 25 cm snow and ice pellets, possible freezing rain, and strong winds are expected Tuesday . A slow morning commute is expected. Brace yourself for yet another round of messy winter weather. On the heels of a Sunday storm that dumped around 6 inches of fresh snow ...

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  • Backed Fighters Launch Final Push to Defeat ISIS in Syria
Backed Fighters Launch Final Push to Defeat ISIS in Syria

SDF official Bali described the assault as "the last battle". Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by Washington, plan to attack the last ISIS enclave in Syria once civilians, who are still inside that area, have been evacuated, an SDF official said.

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  • Through Whitaker, Trump officially declares war on House oversight
Through Whitaker, Trump officially declares war on House oversight

Thursday, the Senate judiciary committee voted along party lines, 12-10 , to advance Barr's nomination. The committee's ranking member, Rep. Doug Collins , R-Ga., said numerous times that Democrats were asking questions outside the hearing's scope, but Nadler overruled him.

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  • Life for Toronto gay village serial killer found guilty of eight murders
Life for Toronto gay village serial killer found guilty of eight murders

Because numerous facts presented at the hearing were so lurid, prosecutors cautioned people against remaining in court to hear them. However, when it came to deciding if he was going to deliver a consecutive sentence - where McArhur would be eligible for parole in 50 years - or concurrent, McMahon said the sentenced needed to be realistic, not sy...

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