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AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj conducted a mock poll with the EVM replica to demonstrate that the can be manipulated. - Saurabh claimed that as polling proceeds, the person assigned to tamper EVMs comes to the polling station, posing as a voter.
  • Moon urges both talks and sanctions to rein in N Korea

    Moon urges both talks and sanctions to rein in N Korea

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    He and Mr Xi agreed to exchange special envoys soon, and Mr Moon said he also planned to send a delegation to Beijing to discuss the North Korean nuclear problem and the Thaad deployment, according to Mr Yoon. The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) put out a four-sentence report late Thursday on the victory of Moon, who calls for dialogue, along with sanctions and pressure, to curb the North's nuclear ambitions.
  • President's judgment deserves scrutiny in handling of Flynn scandal

    President's judgment deserves scrutiny in handling of Flynn scandal

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    His defense of timeline of Flynn's dismissal comes one day after Yates revealed during a dramatic Senate hearing that she delivered dire warnings to the White House counsel that Flynn was compromised because he misrepresented to senior administration officials his conversations with Russia's US ambassador.
  • European Union unity in Brexit talks in Britain's interest: Tusk

    European Union unity in Brexit talks in Britain's interest: Tusk

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    Those will bind Mr Michel Barnier, the bloc's chief Brexit negotiator, to seek a deal that secures the rights of three million EU expats living in Britain, ensures London pays tens of billions of euros Brussels thinks it will be owed, and avoids destabilising peace by creating a hard EU-UK border across the island of Ireland.
  • New Hamas chief pledges support to hunger-striking prisoners

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    Despite Haniyeh's reputation as an affable leader who helped push Hamas to compete in elections that were expected to moderate the organization, the years of conflict with Israel and estrangement from Fatah have hardened the newly elected political leader and made him more inclined to go along with the military wing, said one analyst.
  • S Korea's new president 'would visit Pyongyang'

    S Korea's new president 'would visit Pyongyang'

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    During their conversation, both agreed to pursue the goal of denuclearization of Korean peninsula. Conservative U.S. media voiced fears of potential friction between the two allies in dealing with a belligerent North Korea following nearly a decade of conservative rule in South Korea that led to a hard-line approach toward the North.
  • Death toll in Pakistan bomb attack at 25

    Death toll in Pakistan bomb attack at 25

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    Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has announced emergency in all hospital of Quetta and Mastung. Many other people were reported to have been injured in the blast. PAKISTAN: A "huge" explosion in Pakistan's restive southwestern Balochistan province that apparently targeted a top senator's convoy killed at least 17 people and wounded more than 30 others, officials told AFP Friday.
  • Trump Called Sally Yates 'Somebody Who We Don't Even Know'

    Trump Called Sally Yates 'Somebody Who We Don't Even Know'

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    Yates told the White House's Office of Legal Counsel that Flynn did discuss sanctions with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador, even though he told Pence that he didn't but couldn't prove it. Trump initially hit back by dismissing suggestions that his team colluded with Russian Federation as a "hoax", and calling the congressional investigations into Russia's interference in the U.S.
  • Syrian Kurdish forces say they will push on to IS capital

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    Turkey wants the arms agreement reversed. In this undated photo released Thursday, May 11, 2017, by Hawar News, the news agency for the semi-autonomous Kurdish areas in Syria, shows fighters from the Kurdish-led Syria Democratic Forces, patrolling on a street in Ta.