• India, Bangladesh sign 22 pacts during PM Hasina visit

    India, Bangladesh sign 22 pacts during PM Hasina visit

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    He expressed greatest admiration for Sheikh Hasina's "zero-tolerance" policy to deal with terrorism. The Bangladesh PM along with her Indian counterpart will also attend "Sommanona Ceremony" in the evening to honour the Indian martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the liberation of Bangladesh.
  • United States police hunt for suspect in Facebook murder video

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    The suspect is now on the run and could be in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana, or MI. From what we've learned so far, Stephens blamed the shootings on a woman, who appears to have been his girlfriend. The shooting and Stephens' claim that he killed more than a dozen others sparked a multi-state manhunt. "I killed 13, so I'm working on 14 as we speak", the suspect says in a second video clip.
  • USA warns of more military strikes in Syria

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    The strikes resulted in the death of a woman, and three other people were reportedly wounded in Saturday's attack, two activists in Khan Sheikhoun said . Writing in The Sunday Times, Sir Michael added that Russian Federation needed to take action to make sure the "needless suffering" of Syrian civilians can be brought to an end.
  • North Korea parades military might, warns US

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    He said it's likely that North Korea is also developing solid-fuel ICBMs and that some of the rockets inside the canisters seen on Saturday might have been prototypes. Hanham said the tracked launch vehicles were made in North Korea, which means Pyongyang did not have to break sanctions imposed by China to obtain them.
  • Putin claims intel shows more chemical attacks planned in Syria

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    A bit later Haley called for inspectors to be given access to the base where it is believed the chemical weapons attack was launched and called for a cease-fire. "Assad uses chemical weapons because they are not only frightful and indiscriminate". He also rejected American claims of incontrovertible evidence that Assad ordered the chemical attack.
  • Trump Says North Korea Has 'Gotta Behave'

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    One of the great worries associated with taking action against North Korea would be the ability of the Kim regime to retaliate against South Korea. -South Korean installation, which is just outside the 2.5-mile (4.02-kilometer)-wide DMZ. Takei took to his Twitter account to compare Trump to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Russia's foreign minister has warned the United States not to take unsanctioned military action against North Korea.
  • Seven migrants confirmed dead in Mediterranean rescue

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    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - Spanish rescue ships saved 73 migrants, including one pregnant woman, from five different smuggling boats trying to cross the sea from Africa to Europe during the previous 24 hours. Those frustrations are echoed by the other NGOs, with numerous rescue operators tweeting accusations directly against the European Union and Frontex.
  • Bucks vs Raptors Game 1 Predictions

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    But what hasn't changed is the response that is expected from him. The Raptors have put themselves into a hole, and the Bucks look risky, particularly with Giannis Antetokounmpo proving himself to be the best player on either team. It's about here where there seems to be a difference of opinion. "I think that's our challenge in Game 1", Casey said. Lowry sounds like he will comply but grudgingly.
  • World leaders felicitate Erdogan on referendum win

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    According to state news network Anadolu , 99.8% of the ballots have been counted and Erdogan holds a narrow majority of 51.4%, with 47.5 million votes being cast. The referendum was defeated in three of Turkey's largest cities - Istanbul , Ankara and Izmir - which represent roughly a quarter of the country's population, Fahim pointed out.
  • US Senate Confirms Trump Supreme Court Pick

    US Senate Confirms Trump Supreme Court Pick

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    The long-anticipated rules change now means that all presidential nominees for executive branch positions and the federal courts need only a simple majority vote to be confirmed by senators. In exit polls, 21 percent of voters called Supreme Court appointments "the most important factor" for their votes, and among those people 56 percent voted for Trump.