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Bentley in November loaned his campaign $50,000 to pay mounting legal bills in the face of various investigations. Bentley, 74, was embroiled in controversy ever since recordings surfaced past year of him making sexually charged comments to political adviser Rebekah Caldwell Mason, 45.
  • Gunmen Attack Popular Religious Tourism Site In Sinai

    Gunmen Attack Popular Religious Tourism Site In Sinai

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    So-called Islamic State group said its fighters carried out the attack. Egypt's interior ministry says a group of gunmen had been hiding in nearby mountains and opened fire on a checkpoint on the road near St. The extremist group has lately stepped up its attacks, moving its activities from Sinai to other parts of Egypt and is increasingly using sophisticated tactics that are likely to fuel sectarian tensions and embarrass Sissi.
  • Vijay Mallya granted bail after arrest in London, slams media for hype

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    The warrant was issued in relation to accusations of fraud surrounding his failed Kingfisher Airlines company, which is reported to owe banks over a billion dollars. In a major development for the Indian Government, Mallya was arrested by the Scotland Yard in London on extradition request. India's Central Bureau of Investigation did not immediately comment.
  • "Facebook Killing" Suspect Found Dead

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    Pennsylvania State Police thanked the person who tipped them off that Facebook murder suspect Steve Stephens was in Erie on Tuesday. Police had been on the lookout for Stephens in a number of states, including New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana and MI, according to the Associated Press .
  • Venezuela's Maduro mad at mayor for chemical attack tweet

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    Opposition lawmaker José Guerra, who participated in Saturday's protests, said the march was peacefully advancing on Francisco de Miranda Avenue, one of Caracas' main thoroughfares, when "tear gas bombs started raining on us". While the widely condemned decision was quickly overturned, it has given the country's disparate opposition a new impetus against a leftist government it blames for the country's social and economic collapse.
  • JEE Main 2017: Answer keys to be released on April 18

    JEE Main 2017: Answer keys to be released on April 18

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    Candidates can check the answer keys after they are uploaded and raise their objections until April 22 (11.59pm). "The candidates not satisfied with recorded responses and answer keys may challenge by following due procedure", the CBSE said in the statement.
  • Mallya arrested in London

    Mallya arrested in London

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    Vijay Mallya who was today arrested in London by Scotland Yard on India's request for his extradition, has been granted condition bail hours after arrest. The 61-year-old, a former MP in India, entered the United Kingdom on a valid passport in March 2016. But he ran into trouble when he failed to returns millions of dollars of loans and left India a year ago amid attempts by a group of banks to recover the money.
  • India, Bangladesh sign 22 pacts in various sectors

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    India is our most important neighbour and one of our key development partner. Referring to the Teesta issue, Modi said the pact is important for India-Bangladesh relationship and expressed hope that the West Bengal chief minister will eventually support it.
  • 'North Korea NUCLEAR WAR with China and USA will kill MILLIONS' Warning

    'North Korea NUCLEAR WAR with China and USA will kill MILLIONS' Warning

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visits at the border village of Panmunjom which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea, Monday, April 17, 2017. national security adviser General HR McMaster has told British security chiefs and military top brass that Washington has the intelligence to target key sites in the nuclear programme.
  • Lydia Ko fires latest caddie after just nine tournaments

    Lydia Ko fires latest caddie after just nine tournaments

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    Lydia Ko shot a stunning 65-64 on the weekend at the Lotte Championship to slide into second place at that Hawaii event, just three strokes out of a playoff with victor Christie Kerr. Sounds like a great weekend for her caddie, who presumably got a cut of the $139,773 that Ko won, right? Matthews said Ko is a lovely person, but was blunt in his assessment.
  • Beijing Pushes Back On Trump's North Korea Rhetoric

    Beijing Pushes Back On Trump's North Korea Rhetoric

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    U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday, meanwhile, that North Korea's latest failed missile launch was a reckless act of provocation meant to "provoke something", but he also stressed the desire for a political resolution to the crisis.
  • Theresa May's announcement catches United Kingdom off guard

    Theresa May's announcement catches United Kingdom off guard

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    May triggered a two-year countdown to Britain's exit from the European Union last month, and high-stakes negotiations to settle divorce terms and agree on a new relationship are expected to start within weeks. "The Liberal Democrats are the real opposition to the Conservative Brexit Government", he said. "She's taking people for granted already and voters never like that".