• Australia lifts suspension of airstrikes against ISIS in Syria

    Australia lifts suspension of airstrikes against ISIS in Syria

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    The escalation of conflict in western Syria , where US forces shot down the Syrian plane, could potentially lead to a division between the eastern and western sides of the country, Mosser says, much as Germany was divided by the Berlin Wall when the USA and Russian Federation were in conflict after World War II.
  • Mumbai University 1st Cut Off Released On Thursday 22nd June 2017

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    The first cut-off list for the Under Graduate admission along with the merit has been announced on Thursday saw the cut-off by rise by one percent and less in most courses. "Meanwhile, the cut-off for the BA stream in DG Ruparel, Matunga was found 90.46, a little bit higher than the past year". St Stephens also set records previous year with some highest cut off for admission in Delhi University.
  • Another boost for NDA: Panneerselvam joins Nitish in backing Kovind

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    With possible support of JD-U, the vote share of NDA in the electoral college go up to nearly 63 per cent. The parties are now learnt to be veering towards fielding a strong Dalit candidate of their own to take on BJP's Kovind. Kovind, who is the Bihar Governor , was in town as guest of Himachal Pradesh Governor Acharya Devvrat between May 28 to 30 along with his wife and children.
  • Shiv Sena Agrees to Back Kovind, Opposition Braces For Contest

    Shiv Sena Agrees to Back Kovind, Opposition Braces For Contest

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    When asked what made him agree to back Kovind, the Sena chief said, "We have studied his personality and found him to be a very simple and a decent human being". On the Shiv Sena's earlier stand, Mr Thackeray said he had two names in mind. "First of all I thank Shiv Sena for reposing faith, confidence and trust in Mohan Bhagwat but it has dialed a wrong number".
  • Israel begins work on new settlement

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    President Donald Trump has vowed to try and reach a "historic deal" between the sides. A wave of unrest that broke out in October 2015 has claimed the lives of 273 Palestinians, 42 Israelis, two Americans, two Jordanians, an Eritrean, a Sudanese and a Briton, according to an AFP tally.
  • Ghana: Decision on Guantanamo detainees 'unconstitutional'

    Ghana: Decision on Guantanamo detainees 'unconstitutional'

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    In January 2016, the United States Embassy in Ghana , assured Ghanaians that the presence of the two former detainees, posed no threat to the security of the country. They argued the agreement was an worldwide treaty which required ratification by Parliament and therefore proceeded to the Supreme Court for a true and proper interpretation of Article 75 of the 1992 Constitution.
  • Karen Handel speaks to FOX 5 following 6th District win

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    House of Representatives since Donald Trump became president, and haven't been able to capitalize on any of them. While some House Democrats are blaming House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for their party's loss in a special congressional election this week in Georgia and are suggesting their caucus may need new leadership, Pelosi says her time isn't up.
  • Turkish Soldiers Take Part in Military Drills in Qatar

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    Following the declaration of Gulf and Arab states to boycott Qatar, which broke out two weeks ago, and the decision to take measures against the emirate, the Palestinians chose to be neutral to avoid more losses of aligning to one side against the other.