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Twenty-one men - all Kuwaiti nationals except one Iranian - were convicted a year ago on various charges of spying and planning terror attacks, but were then acquitted on appeal by a lower court and set free. Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies are deeply mistrustful of Iran and many, though not Kuwait, have severed ties with it. They were also convicted of smuggling explosives from Iran.
  • Police arrest 45 foreigners for kidnapping Singaporean woman

    Police arrest 45 foreigners for kidnapping Singaporean woman

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    The victim was reportedly kidnapped at the lobby of a casino in Parañaque City last July 17. They later invited the woman to another casino but she was instead taken to a hotel where she was mistreated and video of her was taken which her captors showed to her family with a demand for $180,000 for her release.
  • Slim majority wants Democrats in charge of Congress

    Slim majority wants Democrats in charge of Congress

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    Currently, the GOP holds a 52-48 majority in the Senate and a 240-194 majority in the House. Trump's low approval rating, which dropped to 36 percent from 42 percent in April, could also be significant if it fails to improve in the next year.
  • China ready to attack India: Mulayam Singh Yadav

    China ready to attack India: Mulayam Singh Yadav

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    At zero hour, he called China India's "real enemy" rather than Pakistan that "can do us no damage". He also asked the Centre to inform the nation what it has done to meet any likely challenge from the neighbouring country. During the Monsoon session of Parliament, Mulayam Singh asked the government to reverse its stand on the Tibet issue and support its independence. India should also help Tibetan religious leader the Dalai Lama as much as it can.
  • Watch Antonio Valencia Challenge That Left Jose Mourinho Angry

    Watch Antonio Valencia Challenge That Left Jose Mourinho Angry

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    The two teams meet at the NRG Stadium - home of the Houston Texans NFL team - in the first ever edition of the Manchester derby to be staged overseas. With Martial shunted out wide for the foreseeable future, Mourinho's interest in Ivan Perisic has put more doubt over the player's future, and Inter Milan have even pushed for the 21 year old to be included in the deal.
  • Man United preparing final £60m offer for Dier

    Man United preparing final £60m offer for Dier

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    According to the Mirror , United are willing to offer Tottenham one final bid of £60m and will withdraw their interest in the England global if Mauricio Pochettino's side continue to resist the Red Devils' advances. Nursey writes that: 'Dier is understood to be keen on the move up north despite only signing a five year contract with Spurs last September worth around £70,000-a-week'.
  • Rocket Fuel (FUEL) Receives Daily Media Sentiment Rating of

    Rocket Fuel (FUEL) Receives Daily Media Sentiment Rating of

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    Analysts expect that Rocket Fuel will post ($0.76) EPS for the current fiscal year. They now have a Dollars 4.75 price target on the stock. 10/25/2016 - Rocket Fuel Inc. If you own FUEL shares and would like more information about your rights or our investigation, or if you have information to share with us, please contact Joshua Rubin by telephone at (888) 593-4771 or by email at stockinfo@weisslawllp.com .
  • Florida college student suspended after viral tweet grading ex-girlfriend's letter

    Florida college student suspended after viral tweet grading ex-girlfriend's letter

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    Lutz tweeted a photo of the edited letter with the caption: "When your ex writes you an apology letter so you grade it to send it back". It has since accrued more than 121,000 retweets, and more than 337,000 likes. The rising senior studying sports management said he's fighting the sentence. He received a letter July 6 outlining the sanctions he faced, according to the appeal letter.
  • Turkey claims Daimler, BASF, and other German companies support terror

    Turkey claims Daimler, BASF, and other German companies support terror

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    The newspaper Die Zeit reported that Turkish authorities had several weeks ago, handed Berlin a list of 68 German companies they accused of having links to USA -based cleric Fethullah Gulen. Some leading political figures in Germany accuse Erdoğan of gathering "political hostages" in an attempt to force Germany to hand over two high-ranking Turkish generals involved in last year's failed coup who have applied for asylum in Frankfurt .
  • Six killed in cloudburst in J&K's Doda

    Six killed in cloudburst in J&K's Doda

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    Dy SP headquarters Doda, Iftikhar Ahmed, said that water level and silt suddenly rose in Masjid Nullah after the cloudburst around 2:20 am and washed away several structures on both sides of the Nullah in minutes. "All the injured are undergoing treatment at primary health center in Thathri", the spokesman said. Meanwhile, rescue operation have started in the area to locate the missing persons and help the people to move to safer places.
  • Arnautovic the latest attempt to solve West Ham's striker spot

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    The Potters are set to make a £22 million profit on the Austrian worldwide and could reinvest the money in a good replacement. Arnautovic has actually not included for Stoke considering that experiencing a presumed knee injury in their 1-0 pre-season success over Swiss side Neuchatel Xamax last week.