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US Continues To Follow LOC Situation

United States has said it is continuing to follow the situation at the line of control and urged calm and restraint by Pakistan and India. During a daily news briefing in Washington, Spokesperson of U.S. State Department, mark toner said Pakistani and Indian militaries have been in communication. The Spokesperson said United State believed that continued communication between both militaries ...

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Formal Process To Begin By End Of March 2017

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that she will formally begin the Brexit process by the end of March 2017. The PM’S Announcement on triggering article 50 of the Lisbon treaty – which begins the formal negotiation process – means the UK looks set to leave the EU by the summer of 2019. May also promised a bill to ...

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Trump ramps up attacks on Clinton

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump closed out a rough week for his campaign on Saturday by escalating personal attacks on Democrat Hillary Clinton, questioning her stamina and saying she should be in prison for her handling of classified emails. On Saturday, Trump told thousands of supporters that Clinton’s handling of classified emails and destroying of 33,000 emails that she had ...

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last day of Canadian tour

Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, took to the British Columbian on the final day of their Canada royal tour. The couple also visited the Cridge Centre for the Family, one of Victoria’s most well-known charitable institutions which provides a range of services, including childcare and support for women who have experienced domestic violence. It was ...

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MH17 missile suspects might be confirmed by year-end

SYDNEY, Australian Foreign Minister said that the names of those responsible for shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014 might be confirmed by the end of the year. International investigators said on Wednesday the passenger plane was downed by a Russian-made missile fired from a pro-Russian rebel village in eastern Ukraine. The findings counter Moscow’s suggestion that ...

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Iran’s drone based on captured US UAV

Iranian engineers have weaponized the drone they built after reverse-engineering the American RQ-170 Sentinel, which the Islamic Republic captured in 2011, Iranian media reported. The design of the new unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is based on the RQ-170 Sentinel, a US surveillance drone, which Iran captured in 2011. Earlier unarmed versions of the aircraft were demonstrated by the Iranians, with ...

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Yemen rebels attack on UAE military vessel

Yemeni rebels claimed they hit a vessel operated by the Emirati military, which is part of a Saudi-led coalition fighting in support of Yemen’s government. “Rockets targeted an Emirati warship as it approached the coast of Mokha,” on the Red Sea, Huthi rebels said in a statement on their sabanews.net website. “It was completely destroyed,” they said. The UAE military ...

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PRESIDENT PORN STAR

US election campaign got a new twist, Republican candidate Donald Trump appeared in Playboy porn movie pouring champagne over a limo while surrounded by bunnies. In a softcore porn film for Playboy alongside a host of hopeful playmates, The US presidential candidate can be seen with a bottle of champagne on a New York City street. Trump then says “Beauty ...

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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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