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Stating that Kashmiris were a part of the family, he appealed to everyone to ensure the safety of Kashmiri students living in other parts of the country. Though no one suffered serious injuries, the students were upset with the university administration for failing to protect them, and have demanded the arrest of the offenders.
  • Almost 3000 migrants rescued off Libya coast, says NGO

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    About 8,300 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean over Easter weekend, as smugglers took advantage of calm seas and better weather to launch boats to Europe. Zuccaro says he is not acting on behalf of Frontex , but that he is concerned that the rescue vessels are creating an open border into Europe as thousands of irregular migrants reach Italy each year.
  • UN strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

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    The council expressed its strong determination to deal more proactively with North Korea's provocations by stating that their further signification measures include sanctions, the ministry said in a press release on Friday (Korean time). Such actions by the United States and its worldwide allies, as well as continued military exercises on the coasts near the DPRK, are considered by Pyongyang as an open sign of hostility and constant threat.
  • Trump attacks Canada's supply management for dairy as unfair to US

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    Canada Wood, an industry trade group, said earlier this month it would "take the first steps to extend its reach to Wuhan, which is the economic engine of central China", by establishing a joint Sino-Canadian Modern Wood Construction Technology Center in the little-known Chinese city of more than 10 million.
  • USA 'prepared to do more' against Syria atrocities

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday asked Russian Federation to reconsider its support for the Syrian regime following a chemical weapons attack in Idlib earlier this week and the USA military action in response. "You vote before you go to war, not after you go to war", Paul said. USA allies from Asia, Europe and the Middle East expressed support for the attack, if sometimes cautiously.
  • Islamic State group says it's behind Paris police attack

    Islamic State group says it's behind Paris police attack

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    The Islamic State identified the attacker as Abu Yusuf al-Beljiki through its Amaq news agency, according to SITE Intel Group, a USA -based organization that monitors terrorists' activity online. Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, who campaigns against immigration and Islamic fundamentalism, took to Twitter to offer her sympathy for law enforcement officers "once again targeted".
  • Way More Patriots Chose To Visit President Obama Than President Trump

    Way More Patriots Chose To Visit President Obama Than President Trump

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    Belichick indicated that this trip to the White House was even more special than his previous visits. Tight end Martellus Bennett , who signed with the Green Bay Packers this offseason, was the first to say before the Super Bowl he would sit out any such celebration, citing his opposition to many of Trump's positions.
  • Reckitt Benckiser says Mead Johnson takeover on track

    Reckitt Benckiser says Mead Johnson takeover on track

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    The results contrasted with generally upbeat news from rivals Unilever and Nestle SA, which on Thursday reported better-than-expected sales after raising prices. Reckitt said the weaker performance in Europe, North America and Australasia was due to a "significant" decline in foot care brand Amope in the United States as well declines in Germany, Italy, Australia and New Zealand as they faced a strong comparative period which included the launch a year ago of the Wet & Dry Express pedi.
  • Sweden Truck Attack Suspect Admits To Terrorism

    Sweden Truck Attack Suspect Admits To Terrorism

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    Police in Sweden's capital confirmed that a man had been arrested "on suspicion of a terrorist crime through murder" after the attack on Friday afternoon, in which a lorry was driven down a pedestrianised street in the capital before crashing into a department store.
  • Mike Pence visits US aircraft carrier as questions emerge over Trump's 'armada'

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    Pentagon chief Jim Mattis on April 11 said the Vinson was "on her way up" to the peninsula and President Donald Trump the next day said: " We are sending an armada ". On April 11, U.S. President Donald Trump said he was sending a formidable "armada" to the North. "That's a fact", Spicer said . It also followed the country's administration criticising a U.S.