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He has a nice personality. Why should we be interested if you want a person who will work only for Dalits. Kovind is likely to file his papers on 23 June, BJP president Amit Shah said in Delhi after a almost two-hour meeting of the party's parliamentary board.
  • George Mitchell: US Should Not Brace for China on NKorea

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    Earlier this week, Susan Thornton, acting assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, told reporters that a top priority in this week's talks will be about ramping up pressure on North Korea so as to change Pyongyang's calculus over its nuclear and missile programs .
  • Otto Warmbier suffered "severe neurological injury" while imprisoned in North Korea

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    He said it was his understanding that Ambassador Yun, at the direction of President Donald Trump , "aggressively pursued resolution of the situation". The state-run Korean Central News Agency on Thursday said he had been sentenced to hard labor but did not comment on his medical condition. The parents of Otto Warmbier have spoken at a press event in Cincinnati on Thursday to share information about their son.
  • Southeast Arkansas Sees Heavy Rain As Cindy Passes Through

    Southeast Arkansas Sees Heavy Rain As Cindy Passes Through

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    Cindy made landfall in the pre-dawn hours between Cameron, Louisiana and Port Arthur, Texas. The Shoals is expected to receive a heavy dose of rainfall today from the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy , but appears to have escaped the severe weather the storm brought other areas of the state.
  • Trump suggests he was trying to keep FBI director honest

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    The firing led to a special counsel being appointed to investigate Trump and his administration's ties to Russian Federation. Richard Nixon fought the release of his tapes because he knew that the system had caught him planning and ordering the post-Watergate cover-up that drove him from office.
  • Nancy Pelosi Should Resign, Frustrated Democrats Say

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    And while Democrats were mourning in Georgia Tuesday night, they nearly stole a House seat in SC where Archie Parnell came within about 2,800 votes and 3 percentage points of defeating Republican Ralph Norman. In a performance worthy of "The Gong Show", the woebegone Democrats couldn't even win after pouring $31 million into the district. Ryan, who challenged Pelosi last fall, said he has no interest in doing so again.
  • Rep. Steve Scalise released from intensive care unit

    Rep. Steve Scalise released from intensive care unit

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    Scalise and other congressional Republicans were practicing for their annual charity baseball game against Democrats when a gunman started shooting. It is a dramatic turnaround for the 51-year-old representative from Louisiana, who was in critical condition and at "imminent risk of death" when first admitted to the hospital, according to Dr.
  • North Korea: Otto Warmbier's death 'is a mystery to us'

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    A North Korean spokesman quoted by AFP news agency accused the USA of mounting a " smear campaign ". The spokesman said it was a "mystery" as to why Warmbier died days after returning home, but compared his death to the case of another American detainee, Evan Hunziker.
  • 47 killed in multiple blasts and firing in 3 Pakistani cities

    47 killed in multiple blasts and firing in 3 Pakistani cities

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    The second explosion, heard miles away, came just minutes after people and rescue workers had rushed to evacuate the dead and wounded in the relatively smaller first blast. "There is no organized infrastructure of I.S.in Pakistan", General Ghafoor said. In January this year, 25 people were killed and 87 others suffered injuries when a bomb went off during peak business hours at a crowded vegetable market in the city.
  • Ram Nath Kovind files his nomination papers for India's 15th president

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    Kumar was picked by 17 non-NDA political parties as their candidate against NDA nominee Ram Nath Kovind . With its decision on support, the Sena thus joins the National Democratic Alliance ranks for the first time in 15 years in a presidential election , after acting tough for a couple of months in the run-up to the election to the top elected post in the country.