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Providing for a temporary 90-ban on people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen on national security grounds, it sparked protests in the US and overseas, and was ulimately blocked by a judge from 4th Circuit US Court of Appeals in Seattle.
  • China, Europe take lead on climate as world waits on Trump

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    It added: "China is not interested in discussions about the leadership of fighting climate change ". We will also ask Trump to review his decision and join the bandwagon of climate friendly countries, which in the words of German chancellor is akin to preserve our creation.
  • Bombing in western Afghanistan kills 7

    Bombing in western Afghanistan kills 7

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    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani officially opened the Kabul Process meeting on Tuesday and said Afghanistan was on the frontline of terrorism in the world. Ghani said Afghanistan had provided its preconditions for negotiations to the Taliban , but it remains unclear whether the group's leaders represented all factions.
  • India launches its latest and heaviest communication satellite

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    Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre Director S. Somanath, said that the inputs of the 2014 mission enabled the ISRO to reduce the rocket load by around 20%. Scientists say the rocket could be used in the future to carry an astronaut into space, something that only Russian Federation, the United States and China have done.
  • London attack: Over 130 imams refuse to perform Islamic burials for attackers

    London attack: Over 130 imams refuse to perform Islamic burials for attackers

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    London's mayor Sadiq Khan, who has faced flak from US President Donald Trump, has also said the ideology that the three attackers followed has no place in Islam. In an unprecedented statement issued by the Muslim Council of Britain, a total of 139 leaders have said under no circumstances will they perform the ritual that is normally performed for every Muslim regardless of their actions - and they have also called on others to do the same.
  • Maharashtra Board MSBSHSE Class 10 SSC Result Declaration Date Not Confirmed

    Maharashtra Board MSBSHSE Class 10 SSC Result Declaration Date Not Confirmed

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    The date of the result has not been decided as yet. The Students can check it at official website once the results are announced. The officials gave the confirmation about the class 10 result on Monday. First rumors came about the declaration of Mah Class 10 Results may be on June 6th. The Board had conducted the SSC exams this year from March 7 for which about 17,66,098 students appeared among whom 9,89,908 were boys and 7,76,190 were girls.
  • Government at war with farmers: Rahul Gandhi

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    Internet services have been suspended in parts of the state like Indore , Ujjain and Dewas, all in the western part of the state. Farmers in western Madhya Pradesh are protesting since June 1 demanding minimum support price for their farm produce, among other things.
  • Man makes groundbreaking climb up El Capitan without ropes

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    An elite rock climber says the biggest hurdle to scaling Yosemite National Park's El Capitan without safety gear was mentally preparing for it. Honnold went top-to-bottom rope-free in 3 hours 56 minutes. The Chronicle reports that Honnold grew up in Sacramento and now lives in Las Vegas. While many have accomplished that feat, none before Honnold have done the climb without a rope or any safety gear.
  • Unarmed London cop who fought attackers in critical condition

    Unarmed London cop who fought attackers in critical condition

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    The leaders called the acts "cold-blooded murders", and said they were "deeply hurt" that terror attacks have been committed in Britain by "murderers who seek to gain religious legitimacy for their actions". " London will never be broken by terrorism", he said. Police said 22-year-old Youssef Zaghba lived in east London and that his family has been notified, adding that he had not been considered to be a "subject of interest" to either police or the intelligence services.
  • "Tell them Chrissy sent you", moving salute to terror victim

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    I can't imagine what that's like to have your fiancé die in your hands". The Archibald family says that she worked in a homeless shelter in Canada before moving overseas. "Canadians stand united with the British people". "Hitler didn't win. ISIS certainly won't". In a statement, Archibald's family asked supporters to honour her memory by volunteering or donating to homeless shelters because of her previous work at a shelter in Calgary.
  • North Korea says rejects new sanctions, to continue nuclear program

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    In his speech, Mattis made no mention of President Donald Trump's decision to pull the USA out of the Paris climate change agreement, a move that infuriated allies far and wide. Turnbull said the region wanted to see China take a responsible leadership role or risk becoming isolated. "China's declared policy of a denuclearised Korean Peninsula is our policy as well, and also that of Japan and the Republic of Korea".