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India said Saturday (March 9) that its army is on a "strict vigil" for new attacks from Pakistan and renewed warnings to its neighbour to take concrete action against militant groups. But Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also recently denied in a television interview that JeM had claimed responsibility for the suicide attack.
  • Court Lets Man Sue Abortion Clinic on Behalf of Aborted Fetus

    Court Lets Man Sue Abortion Clinic on Behalf of Aborted Fetus

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    Helms is confident the case will be heard by the state's supreme court. Magers's case names the the Alabama Women's Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville and an unknown pharmaceutical company that makes and distributes "a pill created to kill unborn children" as defendants.
  • Civilians pour out of last IS redoubt in Syria

    Civilians pour out of last IS redoubt in Syria

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    There were no signs of combat on Wednesday to allow for evacuations from the ISIS-held pocket in the eastern Syrian village of Baghouz. Hundreds of Islamic State militants have surrendered as they left the group's last enclave in eastern Syria amid more than 6,500 people, mostly civilians, who were evacuated in the last 24 hours, a spokesman for the US -backed Syrian force battling the jihadists said on Tuesday.
  • USA set to punish foreign banks who deal with Venezuela’s Maduro

    USA set to punish foreign banks who deal with Venezuela’s Maduro

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    Venezuela on Wednesday declared German ambassador in Caracas persona non grata for meddling in its internal affairs and ordered he leave the country in 48 hours. In a speech at the National Assembly, Guaido condemned the expulsion of the ambassador. Venezuela's Information Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment on his release.
  • Dealing with the rising tide of knife crime

    Dealing with the rising tide of knife crime

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    At the same time, there have been big cuts in police staffing and funding under austerity measures imposed across government departments by May's Conservative government. On Saturday night, 17-year-old Yousef Ghaleb Makki was stabbed to death in Hale Barns, near Altrincham, in Greater Manchester. Writing in the Daily Telegraph ahead of the summit, Mr Javid said he would be open to suggestions for improving the official response to what he described as "a disease, spreading through our ...
  • Macron calls for 'European renaissance' in open letter

    Macron calls for 'European renaissance' in open letter

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    French President Emmanuel Macron made an appeal to all Europeans on Monday (4 March) to re-launch the EU project by holding a conference "without taboos" before year's end that could possibly lead to a new treaty. "Who spoke to them about losing access to the European Union market?" He wrote: "In this Europe, the peoples will really take back control of their future".
  • USA consulate general in Jerusalem merges with embassy

    USA consulate general in Jerusalem merges with embassy

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    The move, argued State Department deputy spokesperson Robert Palladino in a statement on Sunday, is "to increase the efficiency and effectiveness". "It is an act of political assault on Palestinian rights and identity and a negation of the consulate's historic status and function, dating back almost two hundred years".
  • Backed force expects 'decisive battle' against Islamic State

    Backed force expects 'decisive battle' against Islamic State

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    He placed the figure at "100 percent", claiming to have defeated the jihadis in "a much shorter period of time than it was supposed to be". While the fall of Baghouz, an eastern Syrian village on the bank of the Euphrates River, would mark a milestone in a global campaign against ISIS, they remain a threat, using guerrilla tactics and holding some desolate land further west.
  • Prime minister's Regina trip cancelled in favour of private meetings in Ottawa

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    She claims they continued to "hound" her from September to December after she made known her decision not to offer SNC-Lavalin a deal. But, a spokeswoman for the company said Trudeau changed his schedule. He walked the committee through the chronology she presented last week: that she learned of the DPP decision on Sept. 4, while she was out of the country, then she returned on Sept.
  • Where the investigations related to President Trump stand

    Where the investigations related to President Trump stand

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    The ranges of the Russia-contacts in the election campaign of 2016, on suspicion of obstruction of Justice, up to the possible abuse of the President for private business interests, as the Democrats controlled the judiciary Committee of the house of representatives on Monday (local time) announced.