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Law enforcement, instructors and other federal government reps are generally targets of the violence. The goal of much of the bloodshed, which overwhelmingly attacks civilians, seems to be terrorism by itself, said Srisompob Jitpiromsri, director of Deep South Watch, who oversees the insurgent activity.
  • Deeply engaged in Asia, says USA after Trump skips key meet

    Deeply engaged in Asia, says USA after Trump skips key meet

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    USA firms are also fearful of a reprisal from China, which could put them on a tit-for-tat blacklist , making it hard to sell their wares in the giant eastern market. That is, if Google is one of the American companies that will be issued a license by the United States government to conduct business with the technology giant.
  • Alleged White Supremacist Arrested Over Plot to Bomb Colorado Synagogue

    Alleged White Supremacist Arrested Over Plot to Bomb Colorado Synagogue

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    Holzer was in federal custody in the Denver area, said Jeff Dorschner, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Denver. "I wish the Holocaust really did happen ... In fact, the undercover agents had phony bombs incapable of causing damage, authorities said. After his arrest on Friday, Holzer allegedly told law enforcement that though he hadn't planned on hurting anyone, he still would've gone through with his plan if there were someone inside the synagogue.
  • Turkey Says It Captured Slain IS Leader's Sister in Syria

    Turkey Says It Captured Slain IS Leader's Sister in Syria

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    A senior Turkish official called this arrest an intelligence "gold mine". Further, the official said the adults are being grilled, as per government protocol. Allied Syrian groups manage the area known as the Euphrates Shield zone. What she knows about (IS) can significantly expand our understanding of the group and help us catch more bad guys, " the official said.
  • Air pollution: SC terms Delhi situation shocking, summons chief secretary

    Air pollution: SC terms Delhi situation shocking, summons chief secretary

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    Expressing his differences with the city government, which has made a decision to ration road use to bring down the number of vehicles, Goel said cars contribute only 3% of Delhi's pollution. But national environment minister Prakash Javadekar accused Kejriwal of politicising the issue, while an MP from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) violated the odd-even auto rule as a "symbolic protest" by driving a vehicle that was barred under the scheme.
  • Vietnam as 2020 ASEAN Summit host, hopeful of India-RCEP breakthrough

    Vietnam as 2020 ASEAN Summit host, hopeful of India-RCEP breakthrough

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    Sixteen leaders of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) convened in a summit in Thailand to tackle the status of the China-backed trade proposal but the concerns of India have not yet been addressed. Prime Minister Modi made the announcement during his speech at the RCEP Summit at Bangkok , which was attended by several world leaders. One of the reason for India's decision to not join the trading bloc was the growing agitation against the pact not just from the Indian ...
  • Airbnb to ban 'party houses' after a deadly Halloween shooting

    Airbnb to ban 'party houses' after a deadly Halloween shooting

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    Chesky's announcement comes in the wake of the Halloween night shooting in Orinda, California, on Thursday that left five people dead. He further tweeted what steps will be taken by the San Francisco-based company: "First, we are expanding manual screening of high-risk reservations flagged by our risk detection technology".
  • Appeals Court Rules President Trump’s Tax Returns Can Be Turned Over

    Appeals Court Rules President Trump’s Tax Returns Can Be Turned Over

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    Circuit Court of Appeals ( Manhattan ). It could, however, wait until its next term to hear the case, potentially pushing its decision until after Mr. Trump's lawyers claimed in court that their client doesn't need to abide by Vance's injunction because as president of the United States he can not be prosecuted for an offense.
  • BTS' Jungkook questioned by police after auto crash

    BTS' Jungkook questioned by police after auto crash

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    A police officer in charge of traffic accidents said the case does not involve drunk driving. Police say they are investigating Jungkook over a traffic accident on Saturday, Nov. The assertion continued: " Jungkook admitted that he violated the street Visitors Act instantly after the accident". "Immediately after the accident took place, Jungkook admitted he had violated the traffic laws.