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The auto sped away from the scene, but Antwerp police later arrested a man suspected of being the driver, naming him as 39-year-old French national Mohamed R , who they said was of North African origin. Military officers managed to stop the attack and avoid disaster, a police spokesman said , according to BBC . No injuries have yet been reported.
  • Feminist Leader, Convicted Terrorist Rasmea Odeh to be Deported to Jordan

    Feminist Leader, Convicted Terrorist Rasmea Odeh to be Deported to Jordan

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    Odeh , 69, who was scheduled to have a new trial in May over charges related to immigration fraud, will now lose her USA citizenship and be deported. The committee cited the slim chances for acquittal in a new trial, which was set for May. A statement posted to the "Justice for Rasmea" website claimed she can not get a fair trial in the United States federal court "under the regime of racist Attorney General Jeff Sessions".
  • George Osborne faces grilling from grassroots Tories after becoming Evening Standard editor

    George Osborne faces grilling from grassroots Tories after becoming Evening Standard editor

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    But he did get the backing of Tony Blair, who said the move would be "a great thing for the Evening Standard ". Separately, Paul Bew, chairman of the United Kingdom advisory Committee on Standards in Public Life , said he was "uncomfortable" with Osborne's professional arrangement and that it was the right time to "discuss whether our rules on second jobs need to be changed in light of this", according to the newspaper.
  • Supreme Court rules school districts must individualize education for disabled students

    Supreme Court rules school districts must individualize education for disabled students

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    With its decision, the court tossed a standard set by Gorsuch in a 2008 opinion on a separate case, as part of the 10 Circuit bench. The law stipulates that students with disabilities must receive "free, appropriate public education" administered "in the least restrictive" environment - in other words, special needs students must be taught alongside their peers to the extent possible.
  • ED attaches assets of Zakir Naik's IRF

    ED attaches assets of Zakir Naik's IRF

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    Having failed to appear the last time he was called for questioning, Naik has been issued fresh summons by the NIA for March 30. More trouble is brewing for Zakir Naik as the National Investigating Agency (NIA) is about to question him.
  • The Terror Attack in London

    The Terror Attack in London

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    The attacker was shot dead moments later. He injured 11 people before he was killed by a police officer. The Department of Homeland Security said it would lend support to the British investigation of the attack but that its security posture was unchanged.
  • Islamic Association of Lincoln chairman condemns 'cowardly' London terror attack

    Islamic Association of Lincoln chairman condemns 'cowardly' London terror attack

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    Braintree MP Mr Cleverly called on his friend to be given posthumous recognition for his actions. Within one day, the project raised over £18000 with further funds coming in continuously. Another Twitter user, Barbara Davis, said: "Can no one see why a Muslim woman wearing a headscarf might be anxious for her safety at that point?" Among the injured British nationals were four students from Edge Hill University in Ormskirk in northwest England who were on an educational visit to the ...
  • Republican Lawmaker: Trump Transition Team Communication Picked Up, But Legally

    Republican Lawmaker: Trump Transition Team Communication Picked Up, But Legally

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    A Republican House Intelligence Committee aide told Reuters that Nunes had apologized to Democrats on the panel during their regularly scheduled meeting. -Calif.) said the intelligence community incidentally collected information on individuals involved in then-US. The panel is conducting one of the main congressional investigations over allegations by US intelligence agencies that Russian Federation sought to influence the 2016 presidential election, including claims of ties between ...
  • Jim Himes, Democrat: Paul Ryan controls fate of House intel chairman

    Jim Himes, Democrat: Paul Ryan controls fate of House intel chairman

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    Nunes told reporters he was bothered by 'why people would need to know that about President-Elect Trump or his transition team'. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort , has offered to testify before the House Intelligence Committee in its investigation of Russian meddling in the USA election, committee chairman Devin Nunes announced Friday.
  • Melissa McCarthy Might Dress as Sean Spicer for Her Christmas Card

    Melissa McCarthy Might Dress as Sean Spicer for Her Christmas Card

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    McCarthy also explained how she brings her Sean Spicer impersonation to life for SNL . "The weird thing is I feel think I look so much like my dad". So, it's no wonder the Ghostbusters actress is contemplating commemorating the look for her family's 2017 Christmas card. Falcone, on the other hand, wasn't as enthusiastic as his wife, saying that perhaps "sexy" wasn't the word he would use to describe his wife in full make-up; his reaction was more in line with those of his daughters.