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Jeffs's brother, Warren Jeffs , is now in prison, though is believed to still be leading his sect, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The suspicious pawn shop employee notified the owner that Jeffs was wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who learned more about him online and alerted authorities.
  • Darjeeling protests: Rajnath Singh appeals for peace

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    Amidst the continuing violence, Home Minister Rajnath Singh telephoned the chief minister and discussed the situation prevailing there. Clashes inDarjeeling between police and GJM protesters turned violent a day before as GJM protesters hurled petrol bombs, stones and bottles at the police.
  • Zaman, Amir rip India to win maiden Champions Trophy title for Pakistan

    Zaman, Amir rip India to win maiden Champions Trophy title for Pakistan

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    He said the victory credit especially goes to youngsters for the superb win. Zaman's 114 laid the foundation for Pakistan innings and helped them reach to a huge total of 338 for 4, which they defended successfully. India captain Virat Kohli today defended his decision to bowl on a flat track and said a lucky reprieve for centurion Fakhar Zaman proved to be a costly one in the Champions Trophy final against Pakistan here today.
  • Airbus A380 upgrade waits in the wings at Paris Airshow

    Airbus A380 upgrade waits in the wings at Paris Airshow

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    However, Airbus immediately hit back with an order for 100 of its popular A320neo planes from leasing firm GECAS, and suggested much of the interest in the MAX 10 was from existing Boeing customers switching orders from other models. The provisionally dubbed A380-Plus makeover would add 40-50 seats to increase the standard interior's capacity to more than 600 seats which would help airlines reduce their costs per passenger.
  • Mohammad Hafeez: Champions Trophy triumph is for all of Pakistan

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    India blew the chance to seal a clean sweep as victory would have made Kohli's team world No.1 in one-day and Test cricket. Alongside a photo of the hockey team, the paper featured an image of Kidambi Srikanth, who won the Indonesia Superseries Premier badminton tournament earlier in the day.
  • Rajinikath preparing to enter politics, says TN Hindu party chief

    Rajinikath preparing to enter politics, says TN Hindu party chief

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    When we asked Rajinikanth to enter politics, he said he is in preparation for the same. The meeting between Rajinikanth and the Hindu outfit has only added fuel to speculations of the actor taking the political plunge. "He said that he would feel guilty if he ends up not doing anything". "We we requested him to enter politics and we will back him". Sampath said, "Rajinikanth said the system is corrupt.
  • Man arrested on suspicion of terror offenses

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    Eight of the injured were taken to hospitals, police said. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would chair an emergency security Cabinet session Monday. In a statement, May said the "hatred and evil" of the kind seen in the attack would never succeed. Though US President Donald Trump was quick to denounce those earlier attacks, on Monday morning - with the targets and victims Muslim and the alleged assailant a white male - the president found better things to do with his Twitter ...
  • 'Man killed in London mosque attack Bangladeshi'

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    The Muslim Council of Britain said Monday's attack was the most violent manifestation of Islamophobia in Britain in recent months and called for extra security at places of worship. He added: "I said, 'tell me why did you try driving to kill innocent people?'" He drove a van into worshippers outside the Muslim Welfare House .
  • Emirati minister says Qatar's isolation could last 'years'

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    A senior United Arab Emirates (UAE) official said on Monday Qatar's diplomatic isolation could "last years" if it did not alter its foreign policy and said a list of their grievances would be completed in the next days. Sheikh Mohammed also said that the economic impact on the Gulf nation had so far proved minimal, however, he added that it did not mean that they "are living in a flawless condition".
  • 'Number of casualties' after vehicle strikes London pedestrians

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    The Finsbury Park Mosque , which appeared on Monday to have been the target of an anti-Muslim terror attack , has fought for years to throw off its reputation as a centre for radical Islamism. May said that the attack on Muslims was "every bit as insidious and destructive to our values and our way of life" as the recent string of terror attacks apparently motivated by Islamist extremism, adding: 'We will stop at nothing to defeat it'.