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Then came talk of retaliation, the complaint says. - 9:38:15: Ftouhi enters a second-floor restroom. NBC News reported that the suspect stabbed the officer multiple times while shouting "Allahu Akbar", and that the incident was being probed as a possible terrorist attack.
  • North Korea Test-Fires Multiple Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles

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    North Korea has ordered three ballistic missile launches, a surface-to-air missile, and now Thursday's cruise missile tests since South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in took power in early May. Thursday's launch is also aimed at pressuring Seoul and Washington ahead of a planned summit between Moon and Trump late June, said Hong Hyun-Ik, analyst at the Sejong Institute think tank.
  • Turkey to use its authority to resolve Qatar crisis

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    The Islamic republic has also opened its airspace to about 100 more Qatari flights a day, after Saudi Arabia , Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates banned Qatari planes from their airpace. "They have the diplomatic clout and technical knowhow", Gargash added. Qatar's government announces the arrival of the first group of Turkish soldiers to participate in joint drills .
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    A public funeral has been planned for American student Otto Warmbier , who died shortly after being released from North Korea. Whatever caused American college student Otto Warmbier's health to erode during his imprisonment in North Korea may remain a mystery - at least for a while longer.
  • India likely to surpass China's population by 2024

    India likely to surpass China's population by 2024

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    Among the ten largest countries worldwide, Nigeria is growing the most rapidly. The report, titled "The World Population Prospects: The 2017 Revision ", said fertility has been declining in almost all regions in recent years. By contrast, all European countries now languish with fertility rates below replacement level, meaning that populations will inexorably decline without large-scale immigration.
  • What the Georgia special election may mean to Democrats and Republicans

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    Democrats on Tuesday also lost a special congressional election in SC that no one had given them any real chance of winning. Democrats did hold on to a seat in California earlier this month. Handel, 55, fended off Jon Ossoff , a 30-year-old Democrat and political newcomer who emerged from obscurity to raise $25 million from progressives across the country eager to express their anger at Trump.
  • Officer in Critical Condition After Incident at Flint, Michigan, Airport

    Officer in Critical Condition After Incident at Flint, Michigan, Airport

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    He's charged with committing violence at an airport. The FBI said authorities were "aware of reports that the attacker made statements immediately prior to or while attacking the officer". The FBI said in a statement that it was too soon to determine whether the incident was terrorism. "The agent informed me that at approximately 8:52 a.m., Ftouhi entered the first level of Bishop International Airport carrying a red duffle and a dark satchel bag".
  • May promises to listen on Brexit as queen presents government program

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    The agenda appears to be deliberately modest in ambition and there were no real surprises, reflecting the Conservative party's weakened position in Parliament. Even before news of Prince Philip's illness, the government had announced that the speech would be delivered with less pageantry than usual as a result of the timing of the snap election.
  • French and Kurdish journalists killed in Mosul blast

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    Backed by air cover provided by a US -led coalition, the Iraqi military is now engaged in a months-long campaign to recapture Mosul , Islamic State's last stronghold in northern Iraq . "At 6:00 am. we pushed deeper into the Old City and took control of new areas in the Faruq neighborhood", Saadi said. Late on Sunday, Iraqi forces dropped almost 500,000 leaflets over the city, warning that they had "started attacking from all directions".
  • 3 militants killed, Army officer injured in Jammu and Kashmir

    3 militants killed, Army officer injured in Jammu and Kashmir

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    He further said that announcements were made over the public-address systems of the mosques, asking people to come out on streets to help the "trapped terrorists " escape. Two additional battalions - a total of 2000 men - of the Army will be sent as reinforcement to four troubled districts of Jammu and Kashmir , officials said today.
  • DUP: Talks not going as 'expected' and deal 'not imminent'

    DUP: Talks not going as 'expected' and deal 'not imminent'

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    Talks aimed at propping up Mrs May's minority Government - after a disastrous General Election showing saw the Tories lose their parliamentary majority - are "ongoing", according to Downing Street sources who insisted the PM had never set a timeline on the negotiations.
  • Are House Democrats turning on Nancy Pelosi?

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    Both the Georgia sixth district and the SC fifth are reliably red districts, the chance at flipping either for Democrats was remote. The Massachusetts Democrat, speaking on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" Wednesday afternoon, made his comments following his party's failure to win a closely watched special election in Georgia .