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India yesterday warned Pakistan of "consequences" for bilateral relations if it executed an alleged Indian spy, as tensions over the issue escalated between the neighbours. Officials told news agency PTI that the Indian government feels it is not the right time for the release of the Pakistani prisoners. He said, "Pakistan can do nothing and neither can India".
  • Pakistan rules out immediate execution of Jadhav

    Pakistan rules out immediate execution of Jadhav

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    Sushma Swaraj said India will regard this as a "premeditated murder" if Pakistan carries out the death sentence awarded to Jadhav. Emphasizing that India must recognize Balochistan as an independent country, the BJP leader said it is high time to disintegrate Pakistan.
  • North Korea Threatens 'Toughest Counteraction' After U.S. Moves Navy Ships

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    After wrapping up a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping last week , President Trump charged Tuesday that North Korea is "looking for trouble" and if China isn't willing to help tamp down the threat, the U.S. In that case, Tomahawk cruise missiles launched from two Navy destroyers destroyed Syrian warplanes, air defense systems, fuel and other supplies. The veteran U.S.
  • Sweden truck attack: suspect was 'wanted for deportation'

    Sweden truck attack: suspect was 'wanted for deportation'

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    The suspect had applied for residency in Sweden in 2014 but his application was rejected in December a year ago, another police spokesman, Jan Evensson, told reporters . Police have a 39-year-old man from Uzbekistan in custody. "If people who are here seeking asylum and treat us like this, it is not good", Holm said.
  • As Tillerson Visits, Russia Accuses US of Unlawful Syria Raid

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    The State Department tried to manage expectations even before the April 6 US attack on Al Shayrat airfield in Syria threw a wrench into bilateral relations. "But the rest of the campaign stays on track, exactly as it was before Assad's violation", he said. "What I did should have been done by the Obama administration a long time before I did it", said Trump.
  • US oil climbs to five-week top on geopolitical tensions

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    Brent is up for a seventh consecutive session, while WTI has risen for six straight days. - Reuters picNEW YORK, April 11 ― Crude oil eased from a five-week high today as rising USA shale oil production offset concerns over geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and output cuts being made to support prices.
  • Regime change in Syria a priority of Trump administration: Haley

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    Administration officials have said the attack successfully destroyed refuelling stations, hangars and some planes, effectively making the base inoperable. Mr Tillerson conceded that removing Mr Assad from power could "ultimately" require greater pressure, including military action, from the U.S. or an global coalition, but he said that is not the preferred choice.
  • Syria strikes: Site of chemical attack hit again

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    Stavridis's comments came days after the US launched a missile strike on a Syrian military air base on Thursday, marking a drastic escalation of USA intervention in the country's ongoing civil war. "For his part, Tillerson on Friday said he was disappointed" by Russia's reaction "because it indicates their continued support" for the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
  • Russian Federation accuses USA of unlawful Syria raid as Tillerson visits

    Russian Federation accuses USA of unlawful Syria raid as Tillerson visits

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    The White House has accused Russian Federation of being involved in a "cover up" over the suspected chemical attack. Skeptics noted that a confrontation with Russian Federation over Syria was well-timed for a president whose campaign is under investigation by the FBI and congressional committees for possible coordination with Moscow during the 2016 election.
  • Putin and Rouhani, in phone call, condemn United States aggression in Syria

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    Nonetheless, it appeared before Thursday night's missile strike that Russia's support for Assad hadn't diminished. Assad accused the USA of trying to boost the morale of "terror groups" in Syria. Tillerson to the deeper engagement implicit in the assertive speech Ms. Haley gave at the UN. But if the president is honest, if this is not simply a "Muslim ban" in disguise, he should swiftly realize that the U.S.is in a far more luxurious position than our European and Arab partners.
  • Man arrested in Birmingham over Westminster terror attack

    Man arrested in Birmingham over Westminster terror attack

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    Four people died in yesterday's attack , after a vehicle was driven along the pavement on Westminster Bridge and a policeman was stabbed outside the Houses of Parliament. Born in the county of Kent and a resident of the West Midlands in central England, Masood was known to police and the MI5 by several aliases and had a raft of previous convictions dating from 1983 to 2003.