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India’s Hindu Army celebrates Trump ‘victory’ a few days early

An Indian fringe group on Friday celebrated the “victory” of U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump, hailing his friendship with diaspora Indians and backing his call to ban immigration by Muslims from countries hit by Islamic militancy. With drums banging and speakers blaring, the Hindu Sena, or Hindu Army, gathered at Jantar Mantar – New Delhi’s answer to London’s Speakers’ Corner ...

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UK PM May moves to reassure EU over court decision on Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May told European Union leaders on Friday she is confident a court ruling that could delay Britain’s departure from the bloc will be overturned, and that she can stick to her Brexit timetable. A spokesman said May had told German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker she believed her case that the government, not ...

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Car bomb in Turkey’s southeast kills 8

A car bomb attack by Kurdish militants in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir on Friday killed eight people and wounded more than 100, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said. Yildirim told reporters that one suspected member of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) was also killed in the blast.

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FBI examining fake documents targeting Clinton campaign

The FBI and U.S. intelligence agencies are examining faked documents aimed at discrediting the Hillary Clinton campaign as part of a broader investigation into what U.S. officials believe has been an attempt by Russia to disrupt the presidential election, people with knowledge of the matter said. U.S. Senator Tom Carper, a Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security Committee, has referred ...

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U.K. Lawmakers Must Vote on Brexit

England’s High Court ruled on Thursday that the British government requires parliamentary approval to trigger the process of exiting the European Union, upsetting Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans. The government said it would appeal against the decision and a spokeswoman for May said the prime minister would press ahead with the planned timetable of launching talks on the terms ...

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Two U.S. service members, many civilians dead in Afghanistan

Two American service members were killed on Thursday fighting the Taliban near the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, and more than 30 civilians were killed in air strikes called in to protect Afghan and U.S. troops, officials said. Afghan officials said there was heavy fighting overnight in the village of Buz Kandahari, about 5 km  from the centre of Kunduz, ...

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IS Leader Baghdadi In Audio Message Says No Mosul Retreat

IS militant group leader Abu Bakr Al-baghdadi called on his fighters to resist as Iraqi forces were poised to enter the city of Mosul where he declared a “caliphate” two years ago. while Iraqi special forces are clearing a strategic eastern district of Mosul of any remaining presence of the Daesh terrorist organization, while forces further to the south of ...

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Russia Tells Rebels To Leave Aleppo By Friday Evening

Russia has given an ultimatum to rebel forces holed up in the Syrian city of Aleppo to leave by Friday evening. Russian Defense Ministry said that rebels would be allowed to exit with their weapons via two special corridors. Civilians, sick and wounded have also been asked to leave via six other corridors.

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California woman accusing Trump of raping her 

The anonymous woman behind a lawsuit accusing Donald Trump of raping her when she was an underage teen said she was too scared to go public with her allegations. The California plaintiff, known only as “Jane Doe,” was scheduled to break her silence in a Wednesday press conference, but backed out at the last minute. “Jane Doe has received numerous ...

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Trump, Clinton blast each other on character

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump attacked one another’s character as they pushed their closing arguments six days before the U.S. presidential election, while the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll showed Clinton’s lead over Trump rising back to the margin she held last week. Many national polls have shown Clinton’s lead over Trump narrowing since the re-emergence Friday of a controversy ...

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