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Recall that Boko Haram members in 2014 abducted more than 200 secondary school girls of Government Girls' Secondary School, Chibok, Borno. The group said the freeing of the girls Saturday was the result of a negotiated deal and the efforts of security agencies, the nation's military, the government of Switzerland, the Red Cross and worldwide nongovernmental organizations.
  • Guess what NIA found: Group from Afghanistan WhatsApping with friends in Kasargod

    Guess what NIA found: Group from Afghanistan WhatsApping with friends in Kasargod

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    The police in turn brought this to the notice of NIA through state top brass. When one of the added members, Haris Masthan, asked about the intention of the group, it was flooded with eight audio clips. According to a News18 report, the admin and creator of the "MESSAGE TO KERALA" group has been identified as Isa. Messages in the group have claimed that contrary to reports, not all Indian recruits were killed in a U.S.
  • Pakistan, Afghanistan dispute toll after clashes

    Pakistan, Afghanistan dispute toll after clashes

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    Najib Danish, deputy spokesman for the Afghan Interior Ministry, said that account was "completely baseless". Among the Afghan wounded were 23 civilians. Kabul quickly denied the claim. It was closed after the incident, Pakistani military spokesman Asif Ghafoor said in a statement . Since 2007, when some groups spawned by Pakistan-based militant networks turned hostile towards Islamabad , Pakistan has made efforts to firm up its border vigilance.
  • Full list of the 82 freed Chibok girls

    Full list of the 82 freed Chibok girls

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    The vice president will be in charge. Parents of the schoolgirls were waiting for a government list of names of those who had been freed. "He promised that the presidency will personally supervise their rehabilitation". The meeting between the President and the girls lasted for about 40 minutes, after which they were shepherded back into the buses inside the premises and driven out.
  • Klopp hails Can's fantastic goal as Liverpool take vital win

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    But they nearly gave it up late on when Sebastian Prodl struck the crossbar, a moment that had Klopp anxious. The visitors failed to add a second, though, meaning that Can finished as the deserved match-winner. Klopp said: "I said to the boys after the game, 'If you want to kill me, that's a good way to try.' It's insane, it's insane, [it gave me] 500 million grey hairs".
  • Philippines, US begin smaller-scale joint military exercises

    Philippines, US begin smaller-scale joint military exercises

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    Troops from Australia and Japan will participate in the annual joint exercises between USA and Philippine militaries that will officially kick off on Monday, a Philippine military spokesman said on Sunday. The Balikatan (Shoulder to Shoulder in English) exercises started in 2002, with the objective of launching a global campaign against terrorism after the infamous September 11, 2001 terror attack on New York's twin towers.
  • Dozens of Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram are released

    Dozens of Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram are released

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    The vice president will be in charge. "I can not express in a few words how happy I am to welcome our dear girls back to freedom", Mr Buhari told the girls in Abuja , according to his office. The 82 girls were released to global negotiators who have been working in collaboration with the Federal government for their safe return since they were kidnapped in April 2014.
  • USA committed to strengthening ties with Asean: Tillerson

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    Reports said all ASEAN members have diplomatic relations with North Korea and five have embassies there. According to the DFA, acting Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique Manalo is leading the Philippine delegation to the special meeting which is expected to provide the opportunity to review ASEAN and U.S.
  • Bottas plays down late-race Vettel threat

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    But Bottas, who replaced defending champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes this year, was fastest out of the blocks when the lights turned green. "I think there was more wrong than just one topic. Vettel, on 86 points, leads Hamilton by 13 but Bottas is only 10 behind his team-mate on 63 and while discussion before Russian Federation centered on whether team orders would be imposed to favour Hamilton, the win has only strengthened Bottas's resolve to pursue the title.
  • Felony charges recommended in Milwaukee inmate's death by dehydration

    Felony charges recommended in Milwaukee inmate's death by dehydration

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    It's a case that will include those not mentioned by prosecutors - as well as a captain the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office says resigned over the weekend . Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has rejected calls by an immigrant rights group to remove Clarke from office. Thomas' death was one of four at Clarke's jail in 2016, but the only one in which prosecutors are considering charges.
  • Liverpool suffer Champions League blow in draw with Southampton

    Liverpool suffer Champions League blow in draw with Southampton

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    On this side people will say it was very smart because Milly missed afterwards; on the other side people will say that's not how sportsmanship works. So I don't know. Southampton , after a hard-earned point, go 10th. Four minutes [added time], I have to say that's ambitious. It was an important save. By all rights, the visitors should have had one of their own when Simon Mignolet appeared to puts hands on the ball outside of the box when he rushed out to meet Dusan Tadic only for it to ...