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New Delhi has accused Pakistan's foreign minister of stirring up " war hysteria " after he claimed, citing credible intelligence data, that India was drawing up plans to strike Pakistan once again sometime later this month. "BJP's attempt to win the elections through whipping up war hysteria and false claim of downing a Pak F-16 has backfired with USA defence officials also confirming that no F-16 was missing from Pakistan's fleet".
  • Trump visits US-Mexico border

    Trump visits US-Mexico border

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    Trump will visit a 2.25-mile stretch of a newly built border wall in Calexico, similar to the one in San Ysidro. He consulted with immigration agents in the California border city of Calexico on Friday while insisting that the nation's immigration system was overburdened and declaring that 'our country is full .' He has also complained bitterly about media coverage of his ambitious border agenda that whipped rally crowds into frenzied mobs during the 2016 campaign.
  • Pro-Haftar forces pushed back from Tripoli

    Pro-Haftar forces pushed back from Tripoli

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    Libya's Prime Minister Fayez al Sarraj accused Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar of "betraying" him while anti-government forces had earlier said they had been targeted by an air strike. The code name comes from the military landing strip built by Muammar Gaddafi in northern Chad where Haftar was defeated and captured by government forces in 1987 when he was fighting the Libyan leader, the Libya Herald recalls.
  • Will Maduro Arrest Guaido? US, Russia are Watching

    Will Maduro Arrest Guaido? US, Russia are Watching

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    The move angered USA officials and, on March 29, President Donald Trump's National Security Advisor John Bolton issued a statement criticizing Russian Federation for its presence in the Latin American country. Citing articles in the constitution which state that if the presidency is "vacant", the head of the National Assembly should take over power temporarily, Mr Guaidó declared himself acting president.
  • Netanyahu receives personal effects of soldier missing in action in 1982

    Netanyahu receives personal effects of soldier missing in action in 1982

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    Israel has recovered the body of US-born Israeli soldier, who had gone missing since a 1982 battle with Syrian forces during its invasion of Lebanon. IDF spokesman Ronen Manlis said in a statement that two IDF chiefs of staff and the last two military intelligence heads were involved in the repatriation, as well as officials from military intelligence, research and operations, the Israel Security Agency and the Mossad.
  • Neighboring country implicated in the kidnap of American tourist

    Neighboring country implicated in the kidnap of American tourist

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    Police were combing a wildlife park in Uganda on Thursday as they searched for an American tourist who was kidnapped at gunpoint . An American woman was kidnapped Tuesday evening in Uganda and is now being held for a $500,000 ransom. In 1999, an American couple, four Britons and two New Zealanders were killed along with four Ugandan guides when ambushed by gunmen in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
  • May seeks 'Brextension' deal from EU

    May seeks 'Brextension' deal from EU

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    A long extension would "risk giving the keys of the EU's future to a Boris Johnson or a Michael Gove", warned Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's interlocutor on Brexit , referring to the two MPs who campaigned vigorously to leave the EU, and who could push Brexit in a very different direction to Ms.
  • Christchurch terror accused faces 89 charges

    Christchurch terror accused faces 89 charges

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    Brenton Harrison Tarrant , 28, has been charged with one count of murder, and police plan to file more charges. Tarrant's second court appearance comes three weeks after the attack, as the New Zealand government rushed to make changes to gun laws and investigate how he was able to carry out the attacks.
  • Trump Says China Trade Deal Isn’t Ready But May Be ‘Monumental’

    Trump Says China Trade Deal Isn’t Ready But May Be ‘Monumental’

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    Failure to achieve a deal would probably see the United States more than double the 10% tariffs on $200bn (£153bn) of Chinese goods and impose fresh tariffs. "It think it's much better if we all got together and we didn't make these weapons", he said. Other non-binding promises China has offered to implement by 2029 wouldn't be tied to potential USA retaliation, they said, without elaborating.
  • Chinese diplomats providing assistance to woman arrested at Trump Palm Beach estate

    Chinese diplomats providing assistance to woman arrested at Trump Palm Beach estate

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    Zhang's arrest attracted comments from Chinese internet users on the popular Weibo microblogging service, many of whom portrayed her as having been tricked by those seeking to exploit her desire for attention and connections. However, Trump brushed off concerns on Wednesday, calling the incident a "fluke", praising the Secret Service's handling of the intruder and telling reporters he was not concerned about spying at the resort.