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The IDF has conducted several night air raids on Syrian targets that it claimed were weapons systems being shipped to Lebanon by the militant Hezbollah group, which supports Damascus . The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also said that Israeli warplanes attacked a Syrian army position in Quneitra while Syria's state-run news agency SANA said "an army position was targeted in Quneitra".
  • Maharashtra to waive $5.27 billion in farm debts

    Maharashtra to waive $5.27 billion in farm debts

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    Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that the state would cut down expenses to deal with the burden. The ministers and legislators would contribute one month of their salary to the scheme, the Chief Minister said. "We are waiving loans upto Rs 1.5 lakhs completely", Fadnavis said. The southern Indian state will spend Rs 8,167 crore to extend the benefit of crop loan waiver to around 22.27 lakh farmers in the state.
  • Russia fires missiles from Mediterranean at IS in Syria

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    The strikes destroyed command posts and weapons and ammunition stores, according to the Russian Defence Ministry. The decision was not taken on the basis of Syrian aircraft was shot down by the U.S., but, instead, it was taken when the Russian authorities have warned the United States military and its allies by barring them from entering the Syrian airspace, especially the west of the Euphrates River.
  • Timeline of events surrounding MI airport stabbing

    Timeline of events surrounding MI airport stabbing

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    Elrick reports. A day after the stabbing, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Ftouhi unsuccessfully tried to buy a gun in the US before the attack , but was able to buy a knife in the country. He was hospitalised and is in a stable condition. Police investigators walk into the residence of Amor Ftouhi, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on June 21, 2017.
  • CRPF jawan, driver injured in attack by militants in Kashmir

    CRPF jawan, driver injured in attack by militants in Kashmir

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    Terrorists opened fire upon a team of the 29th Battalion of the CRPF near Panth Chowk bypass in Srinagar around 5:50 pm, officials said, adding that the CRPF men fired back at the terrorists. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti termed the police officer's lynching a "shameful incident", she said, "The police officer had told his security guards to go home and offer prayers on the holy night of Shab-e-Qadr, this was a breach of trust".
  • India to take on England in Women's World Cup opener

    India to take on England in Women's World Cup opener

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    Pakistan will play round-robin stage matches against South Africa, England , India , Australia, New Zealand, West Indies and Sri Lanka through out the tournament. You can download the complete match schedule by saving the image in the PDF or JPEG format. The tournament going on from 24 June till 23 July 2017 and is being hosted by England .
  • Narendra Modi reaches Portugal

    Narendra Modi reaches Portugal

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    A huge billboard declaring "Welcome to Trump Village" in Hindi and English, accompanied with a beaming portrait of the U.S. president, was unveiled in the tiny hamlet officially known as Marora, in the largely agriculture northern state of Haryana.
  • Nearly 80% of South Koreans Support Idea to Resume Dialogue With North

    Nearly 80% of South Koreans Support Idea to Resume Dialogue With North

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    The US made the move during high leveled talks in Washington involving Chinese diplomats and defence chiefs with President Donald Trump saying that Chinese efforts to use its leverage with Pyongyang had failed. Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff also said the military is keeping a close watch on the North amid reports that Pyongyang has conducted a further rocket engine test geared towards a possible launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the USA mainland.
  • The GOP's Narrow Escape in Georgia

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    JOE CROWLEY: We're disappointed. Democratic Party divisions are on stark display after a disappointing special election loss in a hard-fought Georgia congressional race. Pelosi held onto her position by a vote of 134 to 63. "This is not anything personal between me and Nancy Pelosi ". Nancy Pelosi's liberal agenda put America 20 trillion in debt, and Jon Ossoff is on her side.
  • Funeral Held for Former N.Korean Prisoner Otto Warmbier

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    The response, published by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA ), was Pyongyang's first reaction to the death of Otto Warmbier . But his scorn for the reclusive nation has seemingly grown in the days since Otto Warmbier , a young American man who was imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months and reportedly tortured, was returned to the US last week in a coma.
  • Milwaukee Cop Acquitted In Fatal Shooting Of Sylville Smith

    Milwaukee Cop Acquitted In Fatal Shooting Of Sylville Smith

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    Smith . Officers chased Smith on foot after he ran from a traffic stop near 44th and Auer. The ex-cop's attorneys argued that he acted in self-defense. Heaggan-Brown was charged in December with first-degree reckless homicide . The shooting triggered two days of turbulent protests that saw cars and businesses in the city set on fire, and police targeted with gunshots, rocks and bottles.