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An armed pro-regime Shaheed-129 UAV " displayed hostile intent and advanced on Coalition forces " at 12:30 am local time on Tuesday, the coalition said in a statement , CNN reported . We are maintaining contacts with the Americans at various levels: "both talks with the US Secretary of State and at the level of experts who are dealing with both bilateral relations and the Syrian problem", the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said.
  • Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 85

    Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 85

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    Global community needs to take immediate notice of the whole situation to avoid any imbalance in the region as both countries are super powers. Local lawmaker Sajid Hussain Turi, the owner of the market, said bazaars in Parachinar had been barricaded off and vehicles banned from the area after multiple attacks have hit the city this year.
  • Canadian Citizen Stabbed Michigan Officer After Yelling

    Canadian Citizen Stabbed Michigan Officer After Yelling "Allahu Akbar"

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    Rachael Hannah hugs Einas Shalabi after the Flint Islamic Center's interfaith prayer service on Thursday, June 22, 2017, in Flint, Mich., for Lt. Jeff Neville, who was stabbed at Bishop Airport We. The FBI says it's investigating the attack as an act of terror . He was a part-time caretaker at the Montreal apartment building where he lived and had once studied to sell insurance, a landlord and an insurance company spokesman said.
  • London tower blocks evacuated over fire concerns

    London tower blocks evacuated over fire concerns

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    M. The council said it was booking hotels for residents but around 100 people had to spend the night on air beds in a leisure centre. The Camden Council chose to empty about 800 households in five buildings it owns on Friday. The work on the tower blocks is expected to take three to four weeks. Many residents complained of a lack of information and confusion. The post London evacuates 650 apartments overnight during fire inspection blitz appeared first on PBS NewsHour .
  • Korea denies torturing United States student Warmbier

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    The auditorium at the high school from which Warmbier graduated in 2013 was filled to capacity, with some 2,500 mourners in attendance, according to ABC television affiliate WCPO. "He just lived life with such a zest and a passion that I haven't really ever experienced in somebody before", Warmbier's childhood friend Chris Colloton told the Cincinnati Inquirer newspaper.
  • Policeman Beaten To Death By Enraged Crowd

    Policeman Beaten To Death By Enraged Crowd

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    He was arrested from his residence in Maisuma area, said a police official. Police said two people involved in the murder were arrested and that a third accused has been identified and he too would be arrested soon. An angry mob beat a police officer to death outside a mosque in Indian-administered Kashmir as tensions ran high in the volatile Himalayan region.
  • Kovind is anti-minority, says Congress

    Kovind is anti-minority, says Congress

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    I do not agree with their present strategy on presidential election . He even asked, "Why was she not chosen for the post by them on two earlier occasions (2012 and 2007)?" This tested the nerve of JD (U), which had actually taken the lead in getting the Opposition to talk of a joint candidate for presidential elections.
  • UK update: 27 high-rises have dangerous cladding

    UK update: 27 high-rises have dangerous cladding

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    A 72-year-old woman says she was forced to sit in a chair all night after being evacuated from her London tower block over safety fears. Meanwhile, Camden Council confirmed that cladding used on its Chalcots Estate in north London is being removed after tests raised concerns about its safety.
  • Record levels of refugees and displaced persons

    Record levels of refugees and displaced persons

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    Devastating conflicts, violence and persecution in places like Syria and South Sudan left a record 65.6 million people uprooted from their homes by the end of 2016, the United Nations said Monday. One in every 113 people around the world has been forcibly displaced and needs protection, writes Farren Collins. The report called the large number of unaccompanied children asking for asylum a growing and unsettling development.