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Arsenal came back into the game and equalized in the 71st minute through defender Nacho Monreal, who fired a low shot past City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. However, the Gunners do boast a very good recent history in the FA Cup and since 2002 they have won it five times, while also making the semi-final stage a further seven times.
  • Corbyn would put nations security at risk, Defence secretary says

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    Earlier Labour's general election chief, Andrew Gwynne, confirmed that renewing Trident will not be part of Labour's defence review, despite Corbyn's comments. Mr Corbyn insisted he was not a "supporter" of ISIS in "any way". Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron will join the party's president Sal Brinton campaigning in Vauxhall.
  • Mulvaney: Democrats Obstructionism on Border Wall 'Stunning'

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    We have recently learned that President Trump is issuing waivers to his so-called lobbying ban in secret, and the Trump administration just announced it will not release the White House visitors' logs. Trump and supporters need money for construction of the wall between the United States and Mexico. But Democratic leaders say they are not open to that.
  • Kashmir: Students clash with security forces in Srinagar's Lal Chowk

    Kashmir: Students clash with security forces in Srinagar's Lal Chowk

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    The students retaliated by hurling rocks and breaching the barricades set up by police and paramilitary soldiers. Interestingly, marching alongside this chained-escort, the other protesters are heard spewing venom by voicing objectionable slogans like, " Bharat teri maut aaye; Lashkar aaye, Lashkar aaye " and "Go India, go back".
  • Sharif survives Panamagate, SC says not enough evidence to disqualify him

    Sharif survives Panamagate, SC says not enough evidence to disqualify him

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    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif might have narrowly escaped the fate April has stored for Pakistani politicians who have previously been overthrown, sentenced to life and hanged in the same month. Militancy-plagued Pakistan has seen recent improvements in security and the economy, but the continuing controversy could stalk the ruling party ahead of general elections that must be held by the end of next year.
  • Jeremy Corbyn raises prospect of scrapping Trident

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    Sir Michael told ITV's Good Morning Britain: "I think you saw Jeremy Corbyn yesterday questioning strikes against terrorists, refusing to back the nuclear deterrent, he's been querying our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation deployment and he seems to have fallen out with his own party over the nuclear deterrent".
  • PM: New Australians must pass English test, commit to 'our values'

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    Under the new reforms, the applicants must be permanent residents for at least four years-three years longer than at present-and must be committed to embrace " Australian values ". "The announcement implicitly accuses people who want to live in Australia of being more likely to abuse their wife, not learn English, and engage in crime".
  • Israel says Syrian regime still has several tonnes of chemical weapons

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    His comments came as France promised proof "within days" that the Syrian regime carried out the chemical attack which killed at least 90 people. The OPCW was in 2013 responsible for overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapon stockpile, following an attack in the Ghouta area of Damascus that activists say killed 1,400 people.
  • Arunachal leaders slam China for renaming places in state

    Arunachal leaders slam China for renaming places in state

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    Upset from the move, students Union said Arunachal Pradesh has never been a part of China. The AAPSU has condemned Beijing's move to rename six places in the state and said that it was unnecessary interference by China in the internal affairs of a sovereign state.