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Early results in the polls, which voters often use as an opportunity to protest against the ruling party, showed May's Conservatives had gained more than 100 council seats and secured victory for their candidate as mayor for the West of England.
  • UP refuses sanction for Yogi riots trial

    UP refuses sanction for Yogi riots trial

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    Yogi Adityanath, local member of parliament from Gorakhpur at thetime was one of the accused in the case. Explaining the stand of the state government, the chief secretary apprised the court that a forensic test of the CD of Yogi Adityanath's alleged hate speech of January 27, 2007, showed it was tampered with.
  • Pakistan's Mirage Fighter Jet Crashes During Training Mission

    Pakistan's Mirage Fighter Jet Crashes During Training Mission

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    Pakistan's armed forces have had several air accidents in the past 18 months, including a crash that killed female jet pilot in another training exercise in November. The aircraft was completely destroyed in the crash whereas the pilot remained unhurt. Pakistan has plans to replace all Mirage fighter jets that are in the service with JF-17s by 2025.
  • 'Everybody' has better healthcare than US, Trump says

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    Speaking at the event on board the USS Intrepid, Mr Turnbull said the "stability and prosperity of our region over so many decades has been secured - and is secured today - by the United States", a commitment he said was renewed by President Trump.
  • Trump on Middle East peace: 'We will get it done'

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    Mr Trump is widely viewed in Israel and the wider Middle East as far more sympathetic to Israeli interests - including the contentious issue of settlement building - than his predecessor Barack Obama. President Trump added that while the deal would have to be agreed upon by Israelis and Palestinians, his administration would act as a mediator, facilitator, and arbitrator to the negotiations.
  • Problems for NHS after computers targeted by hackers

    Problems for NHS after computers targeted by hackers

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    In the US, FedEx acknowledged it had been hit by malware and was "implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible". "We regret any inconvenience to our customers". Spain's government said on Friday a large number of companies, including telecommunications giant Telefonica, had been attacked by cyber criminals who infected computers with ransomware.
  • The NHS has been hit by a large-scale cyber attack

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    Experts have been working to disrupt the unprecedented attack, which is thought to have affected industries across 100 countries, including the U.S. "We have activated our major incident plan to make sure we can maintain the safety and welfare of patients", the spokesman said. Griffiths, who was receiving chemotherapy at Bart's, said several cancer patients had to be sent home from Bart's because their records or bloodwork couldn't be accessed.
  • Syndergaard receives 'all positive' news in 2nd opinion on partial lat tear

    Syndergaard receives 'all positive' news in 2nd opinion on partial lat tear

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    Syndergaard partially tore a muscle behind his arm against Washington last weekend. Britton came off the 10-day disabled list Tuesday and appeared in two games before feeling discomfort in his pitching arm. Steven Matz and Seth Lugo also are on the DL with significant injuries, and the team now lists just four pitchers in its rotation. Trades are hard to complete but not impossible.
  • N Korea's holding U.S. citizen 'concerning'

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    North Korea has in the past detained US citizens to use as bargaining chips in its negotiations with Washington. Around the same time that Kim Dong Chul's detention was revealed, Otto Warmbier was also arrested by North Korean authorities.
  • South Africa to restart nuclear power plans

    South Africa to restart nuclear power plans

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    On April 26, two judges of the Western Cape High Court hearing an application by Earthlife Africa and the Southern African Faith Communities' Environment Institute (Safcei) set aside as unlawful and unconstitutional the initial section 34 determination (in terms of the Electricity Regulation Act) to procure nuclear energy in 2013, the subsequent section 34 determination in 2016, and the co-operation agreements signed with Russian Federation, the United States, and South Korea.
  • Uk Hospitals Hit By Large-Scale Cyber Attack

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    After seven days the files would be deleted, it threatened. "I believe many companies have not yet noticed ", said William Saito, a cyber security adviser to Japan's government. The demand is for a payment of $300 in virtual currency Bitcoin to unlock the files. It has affected 45 NHS organisations, Ms Rudd said. "The investigation is at an early stage but we believe the malware variant is Wanna Decryptor".