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Woman accused of witch burnt alive

A 73-year-old woman was doused in petrol and burned alive on top of a bonfire after local people accused her of being a witch in Peruvian Amazon. The burning took place last week, but the area is so remote that news did not reach the authorities. A phone video given to prosecutors shows Villar being doused in gasoline while on ...

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Rosetta Crash-lands On Comet, Ending 12-year Space Mission

Europe’s pioneering Rosetta spacecraft concluded a 12-year odyssey with a controlled crash-landing onto the comet it has orbited and probed for two years to unravel the secrets of the solar system’s birth. In the hours before the crash-landing rosetta gathered crucial last-gasp data from nearer the galactic wanderer than ever before its instruments primed to sniff the comet’s gassy halo ...

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United States Following Line Of Control Situation Closely

U.S. State department has said that the united states is following line of control situation closely and continued communication between Pakistani and Indian militaries is important to reduce tension. During a daily news briefing in Washington, U.S. State department spokesperson john Kirby said our message for Pakistan and India is the same. The spokesperson said u.s. Will encourage Pakistan and ...

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Auto Show Paris

Electric car prototypes and plans dominated the Paris Auto Show as the Volkswagen Diesel scandal and falling battery costs persuade executives and investors that plug-in vehicles are ready to go mainstream. The flurry of announcements signals a threat to pioneers of the current generation of battery-powered cars, such as Tesla and Renault-Nissan, who will now have to work harder to ...

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New Jersey Train Crash

A speeding commuter train that plowed into a New Jersey station during morning rush hour, killing one person and injuring 114, has caused major destruction at the transport hub and gateway to Manhattan. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said that the train entered the Hoboken station “at a high rate of speed” and “crashed through the barriers, bringing it into ...

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U.S. Drone Strike Kills 18 In Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, at least 18 people were killed in a U.S. Air strike against militants in Nangarhar Province. According to police Chief of Achin districts, 15 of those killed were militants and three civilians. The American military said it conducted a counter-terrorism airstrike in Achin, adding it was aware of claims of civilian casualties.

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Don’t want peace from others, Ghani

Afghan president Ashraf Ghani said that his country believes in an Afghan-owned peace and don’t want peace from others. Now is the time for Taliban that to think about whether they want to continue the war or coming for peace, Ashraf Ghani said while talking with media after signing peace agreement with Hizb-e-Islami. “Both sides of peace agreement showed that ...

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Modi chairs security meeting on LOC

New Delhi- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) meeting on situation along Line of Control (LoC). According to Indian media the meeting comes in the wake of repeated exchanges of fire arms along the Loc. Pakistan and India exchange firing on different sectors of line of control (LOC) in which two Pakistani soldiers embrace shahadat. ...

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Modi’s meeting on MFN postponed

New Delhi- The meeting regarding Most Favored Nation (MFN) and related logistics has been postponed. After arising war hysteria in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi is weighing all options to hurt Pakistan’s interests, this meeting is also one of them. Narendra Modi will now chair this meeting next week, Indian news agency ANI stated here on today. India gave “Most ...

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Former Israeli PM, President Shimon Peres Dies

Former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres died in Tel Aviv. He was 93. According to media reports, Peres was hospitalized following a stroke two weeks ago and had made some progress before a sudden deterioration in his condition. Peres held nearly every major office in the country, serving twice as prime minister and also as president, a mostly ...

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