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The ceremony was attended by Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, Commander of Southern Command Lt Gen Aamir Riaz, Nawab Changez Khan Marri and tribal elders. "These so-called leaders are using you (insurgents) as a tool to mint millions of rupees while they themselves are sitting overseas", the chief minister said.
  • VP Pence reaffirms ties with Australia

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, front left, his wife Karen and their daughters Audrey, back left, and Charlotte, back right, arrive in Sydney, Friday, April 21, 2017. The fallout has left relations between the US and Australia at their lowest point since the Vietnam War, when Australia's then-Prime Minister Gough Whitlam criticized a series of bombings authorized by then-President Richard Nixon.
  • Legalizing Marijuana Takes Shape in Canada-is the US Next?

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    The government is now making plans to regulate how marijuana can be marketed. If approved, legislation would establish new rules letting Canadians legally buy, harvest and have limited amounts of government-controlled marijuana in addition to implementing measures meant to discourage individuals from skirting the proposed restrictions.
  • 'New weapons' on display at North Korean military parade

    'New weapons' on display at North Korean military parade

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    During the parade marking the 105th birth anniversary of Kim Il-sung, former president and founder of the country, the regime presented a hitherto unseen projectile mounted on trucks driving through the centre of the capital, prompting speculation that it might be a new ICBM powered by solid fuel.
  • U.S. intercepted messages about chemical attack in Syria

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    Moscow continues to stand by the Assad government, maintaining that a rebel chemical gas supply had been hit inadvertently, or that the rebels faked the attack to gain worldwide sympathy. Tillerson said the US was "quite confident" that it "was planned and it was directed and executed by Syrian regime forces". "I do not know who saw them".
  • BJP's two-day national executive meet begins in Bhubaneswar

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    Echoing similar opinion, Union Minister and BJP leader Babul Supriyo hailed Prime Minister Modi for his prolonged emphasis on proactive governance and urged that ministers must not become complacent. Later, BJD leaders took a dig at the BJP-led government at the Centre for ignoring the genuine demands of the state. The intent of the party to expand into newer areas can be gauged from the fact that it is nearly after two decades that the BJP has organised a national executive meeting in Odisha.
  • Paris attacker who killed officer left note supporting ISIS

    Paris attacker who killed officer left note supporting ISIS

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    On Thursday, former U.S. President Barack Obama spoke with a different French candidate, Emmanuel Macron, a pro-EU centrist. Le Pen, who wants France to exit the European Union, says her first move if elected will be to regain control of the nation's borders, something she says is a critical component of sovereignty and a way to end what she calls a "sieve" for terrorists.
  • Paris shooting: Gunman was 'focus of anti-terror' probe

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    Pierre Henry Brandet, of the French Interior Ministry, said the attacker stopped his auto in front of a police van and emerged with an automatic weapon. The French prosecutors' office said the counter-terrorism office had opened an inquiry. Three leading presidential candidates, François Fillon, Emmanuel Macron and Le Pen, canceled campaign events after the shooting.
  • US will not issue drilling waivers to Russia sanctions

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    The US Treasury on Friday said it would not waive trade sanctions for US companies seeking to resume oil drilling in Russian Federation, including ExxonMobil. “Those sanctions were imposed for the most serious violations of worldwide law when Russian Federation invaded Ukraine and later annexed Crimea. The U.S.
  • Missing Maury teacher, student located in California

    Missing Maury teacher, student located in California

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    The tipster, the cabin's caretaker, said he initially thought the pair were in distress but soon became suspicious. "He lost everything, they were married", said Barry. Thursday, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) director Mark Gwyn declined to address questions about whether Thomas went with Cummins willingly.
  • UK Prime Minister Announces Snap General Election

    UK Prime Minister Announces Snap General Election

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    The move is expected to receive the two-thirds majority it requires for May to overturn the UK's Fixed Term Parliaments Act, which would have seen an election being held only in 2020. An analysis of the 2015 General Election results by The Telegraph has shown that around 58 seats in Labour's North and Midlands heartlands are under threat due to the Brexit effect in the upcoming snap election on June 8.