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During the hearing, the prosecution argued against Azaria's release. "Had I known [al-Sharif] was not wearing an explosive belt, I definitely would not have shot him", Azaria wrote in an October appeal a year ago that resulted in his sentence being reduced from 18 to 14 months.
  • Vladimir Putin retains grip on Russian Federation, exit polls show

    Vladimir Putin retains grip on Russian Federation, exit polls show

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    So far, Communist Party candidate Pavel Grudinin got 13.39 percent of the vote, while head of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia Vladimir Zhirinovsky received 6.34 percent, the CEC data showed. Britain and Russian Federation have each expelled 23 diplomats over the attack as relations between the two countries reach a post-Cold War low. He urged Russian voters to boycott the election and vowed to continue defying the Kremlin with street protests.
  • Rick Saccone's Pennsylvania blunder was very expensive for Republicans

    Rick Saccone's Pennsylvania blunder was very expensive for Republicans

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    And any recount request would require significant effort in a district that won't exist next year. Worryingly, by December 31, more than 40 Republican incumbents had been outraised by their Democratic challengers. Not only that but in the last election that took place in this district for Congress the Democrats didn't even bother running an opposition candidate because they knew they couldn't win.
  • Explosion reported at FedEx Ground facility in San Antonio

    Explosion reported at FedEx Ground facility in San Antonio

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    There has been an explosion reported at a package facility in the San Antonio area. This is the fifth bombing to have hit Texas since March 2, following a spate of explosions which have now left two dead and five injured. All four devices were similar, police said on Monday. The employee's injuries are not considered life threatening. ATF and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents were on the scene, along with San Antonio Police Department SWAT and bomb squads.
  • Centre assures SC that CBI probe is going on in the…

    Centre assures SC that CBI probe is going on in the…

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    Junaids father Jalaluddin, through his counsel, had filed the petition on October 26 past year in the high court, seeking a probe by an independent agency like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the Junaid lynching case. The investigating agency deliberately acted with undue haste because the crime had caused a nationwide outcry. The petition said the probe so far had ensured that the victims would not get justice.
  • VK Sasikala's husband M Natarajan dies at 75 in Chennai

    VK Sasikala's husband M Natarajan dies at 75 in Chennai

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    He was reportedly put on ventilator as his condition worsened on Monday. He was admitted into hospital on March 16 with severe chest infection and his condition was "critical" since then. During 1976-80, after Natarajan lost his job, Sasikala opened a video rental shop, which soon turned into a videography business. But, luck came his way in early 80s when Jayalalithaa, as part of her induction process as propaganda secretary of the AIADMK, came to Cuddalore, where Chandralekha was the ...
  • China's Xi Begins Second Term With Stark Warning to Taiwan

    China's Xi Begins Second Term With Stark Warning to Taiwan

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    Chinese President Xi Jinping takes the oath of office after being formally reelected to a second term as China's president. The 13th National People's Congress (NPC), China's national legislature, held the seventh plenary meeting of its first session in the morning to decide the new team of the State Council which included four vice-premiers.
  • PSL: Peshawar to face Quetta in 1st eliminator match today

    PSL: Peshawar to face Quetta in 1st eliminator match today

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    Ahmed expressed exasperation over those foreign players who had backtracked on their commitments to visit and play in Pakistan. "But in future only those overseas players should be included in the player draft who commit to also play in Pakistan if required by their franchises", Moin, a veteran of 69 Tests and 219 ODIs, told the media in Sharjah.
  • PLO Boss Calls US Ambassador,

    PLO Boss Calls US Ambassador, "Son of a Dog"

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    You son of a dog, building on their own land?! Friedman was echoed by Jason Greenblatt, the US President's special representative for worldwide negotiations, who urged Abbas " to choose between hateful rhetoric and concrete and practical efforts to improve the quality of life of his people and lead them to peace and prosperity ".
  • Abbas calls United States ambassador to Israel a 'son of a bitch'

    Abbas calls United States ambassador to Israel a 'son of a bitch'

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    In response to Abbas, Friedman, who is Jewish, told a conference that Abbas's comments could have anti-Semitic connotations. U.S. Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt issued a statement calling Abbas' comment "highly inappropriate". Abbas, however, said he was furious over the bomb that targeted the convoy carrying his prime minister and security chief last week, which did not seriously injure anyone.
  • Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over campaign funding

    Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over campaign funding

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    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was in police custody on Tuesday morning, where he was to be questioned as part of an investigation into suspected irregularities over his election campaign financing, an official in the French judiciary said.
  • Mississippi abortion clinic sues to stop law

    Mississippi abortion clinic sues to stop law

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    Mississippi, the state with the highest infant mortality rate and worst overall ranking in the nation for children and infant care, according to a recent report , is expected to adopt the country's strictest abortion laws on Monday. Carr-Ellis said women shouldn't be forced to carry their pregnancies to term against their wills or leave the state to obtain abortions. Pregnancies resulting from rape and incest aren't exempted from the new law.
  • Vladimir Putin says will engage with West after record vote win

    Vladimir Putin says will engage with West after record vote win

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    Mr Putin, who has ruled Russian Federation for nearly two decades, on Monday denied he was driving a new arms race with Washington after he unveiled a range of " invincible " nuclear weapons this month. French President Emmanuel Macron wished Mr Putin success in " modernising Russia " after his re-election, but urged Moscow to shed light on the unacceptable attempted assassination of an ex-spy in Britain.
  • Newly signed Bruin Donato to debut vs. CBJ

    Newly signed Bruin Donato to debut vs. CBJ

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    Cam Atkinson scored the game-winning goal with 2:05 remaining in overtime to lead the Columbus Blue Jackets back from two goals down to beat the Boston Bruins 5-4 on Monday night in Boston. Milano's backdoor tip snapped the Blue Jackets' drought to make it 3-2 just 25 seconds later. He is, however, eligible to jump in and help a forward group in Boston that is now without veteran centers Patrice Bergeron and David Backes , and rookie winger Jake DeBrusk , because of injuries.
  • Erdogan Vows to Extend Offensive to East Syria, North Iraq

    Erdogan Vows to Extend Offensive to East Syria, North Iraq

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    Turkey considers the Syrian Kurdish militia in Afrin a "terrorist" group and an extension of its own Kurdish insurgency within Turkey. Ankara claimed that its military campaign was aimed at pushing the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group from Turkey's border with Syria and stopping the advance of Kurdish militants, who were themselves fighting Daesh.
  • Huawei P20 Pro to Feature 40MP, 20MP and 8MP Triple Rear Cameras

    Huawei P20 Pro to Feature 40MP, 20MP and 8MP Triple Rear Cameras

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    To start with, Huawei P20 and P20 Pro will come with super slow motion camera mode, which is similar to what we have seen in Samsung Galaxy S9 duo and Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium and Xperia XZ2. The "AI Camera Assist" feature on the P20 Pro will help in instant scene detection and auto framing. The device is also expected to offer a wide range of AI capabilities, which might improve the smartphone photography.
  • Railway services in Mumbai resume as students demanding jobs call off protest

    Railway services in Mumbai resume as students demanding jobs call off protest

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    The protests that started at 7 am went on for more than four hours blocking the rail track between Matunga and Dadar. According to the latest information, the services are now resumed. Some of the protesting students said, "We want full- time absorption of the successful students in the Railways, and scrapping of the GM quota". After 4 hours of agitation by job-seeking students, the Western Railways said that the situation is on the verge of being resolve and that there were no ...
  • Selena Gomez's pals think Justin Bieber is bad news

    Selena Gomez's pals think Justin Bieber is bad news

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    Jelena rekindled their romance past year after the pair got close again following Selena's life-changing kidney surgery and they've been inseparable since. Selena is reportedly taking time away to work on herself and get away from all the attention that's come from them getting back together. Her best friend, Francia Raisa , donated one of her kidneys to Selena .
  • Putin wins 4th term with 74pc votes

    Putin wins 4th term with 74pc votes

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    President Vladimir Putin on Sunday rubbished claims that Russian Federation poisoned a former spy in Britain, on the eve of worldwide chemical weapons experts heading to the United Kingdom to probe the attack. Observers and individual voters reported widespread violations including ballot-box stuffing and forced voting, but the claims are unlikely to dilute the power of Russia's longest-serving leader since Josef Stalin.
  • The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, (NASDAQ: GT), Dominion Energy, Inc., (NYSE: D)

    The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, (NASDAQ: GT), Dominion Energy, Inc., (NYSE: D)

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    The stock decreased 2.70% or $0.85 during the last trading session, reaching $30.69. About 554,413 shares traded. Universal Health Services, Inc. (NYSE:NOV) has risen 11.97% since March 19, 2017 and is uptrending. The stock of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ:GT) has "Buy" rating given on Friday, July 28 by Jefferies. The stock of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ:GT) has "Hold" rating given on Friday, February 9 by Guggenheim.
  • Body found in Whistler lake

    Body found in Whistler lake

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    She had boarded a bus from near the restaurant but later texted some friends to say she was lost, Nine News reported. Raspa's family has been notified in Australia. Her mobile phone was found 500m from the bus stop. Her jacket and backpack were discovered by police a short distance from the service station. From there, she vanished.
  • Authorities find missing teen, 45-year-old man in Mexico

    Authorities find missing teen, 45-year-old man in Mexico

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    After Amy failed to return home from school that day, Luu realized her daughter had packed many of her clothes and her passport, and had stolen money and jewelry from the family's home. On February 15, Yu, her mother, Esterly, and his wife were involved in a tense confrontation at Yu's home. Where is Amy Yu? Police also file a warrant for Esterly's arrest on a charge of interfering with the custody of a child.
  • Dems reject Dreamer provision for spending bill

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    Democrats say for that amount, DACA recipients and people who might qualify for the program must get more: a chance at citizenship. Trump halted the program last fall. On another front, the White House continues to explore whether a deal can be made on immigration - trading border-wall funding for a temporary extension of protections for those enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, or "dreamers".
  • Disgraced Cardinal Keith O'Brien dies after fall

    Disgraced Cardinal Keith O'Brien dies after fall

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    He was forced to quit the Catholic church following priest sex claims What was Cardinal Keith O'Brien accused of and why did he resign? However, O'Brien remained a cardinal in name, keeping his title. While he left Scotland in disgrace, originally living in northern England incognito, Cardinal O'Brien's legacy went well beyond the scandal. In 2015, the Vatican announced Pope Francis accepted O'Brien's renunciation of all the rights and privileges associated with being a cardinal - ...
  • Dozens of homes ruined in Australia's bushfires

    Dozens of homes ruined in Australia's bushfires

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    The fires flared up as southeastern Australia was hit by a bout of unseasonably warm weather, with gusting winds fanning the large blazes. The NSW south coast local had just doused a spot fire in his backyard on Sunday when the main fire front - which destroyed nearly 100 houses, caravans and cabins - turned toward the Spindler family residence.
  • Imran's third wedding news confirmed, Pictures released

    Imran's third wedding news confirmed, Pictures released

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    His party released photographs of him smiling, sitting with his new wife (face fully veiled) and her relatives. Imran's political secretary Awn Chaudhry can also be seen in the images. "It is unfortunate and regrettable that Umar Cheema of the Jhang Group chose to do a conjectural story on PTI Chairman Imran Khan's personal life, which also involved another person - a very private lady who is not in public", the statement said.
  • New European sanctions would affect nuclear deal

    New European sanctions would affect nuclear deal

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    In response, the three European signatories - France, Britain and Germany - have proposed new EU sanctions targeting Iranians who support Syria's government in that country's civil war and Tehran's ballistic missile program, according to a confidential document seen by Reuters .
  • March Madness 2018: UMBC's Cinderella story becomes a tale of two games

    March Madness 2018: UMBC's Cinderella story becomes a tale of two games

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    We all know the story of UMBC , becoming the first 16 seed to upset a No. 1 seed by topping Virginia in impressive fashion, 74-54, on Friday night. The Wildcats were even less careful with the ball, losing 18 turnovers, but they limited the Retrievers to three points off those giveaways. Not only did the University of Maryland-Baltimore County become the first men's No.
  • Pope Francis: Men who frequent prostitutes are 'sick criminals'

    Pope Francis: Men who frequent prostitutes are 'sick criminals'

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    This is not making love, this is torturing a woman. Pope Francis opened the Pre-Synodal meeting in Rome on Monday with a provocation: "Too often we talk about young people without asking what they think", he said. "I celebrate that the youth is fighting against this", he said. The root cause of this behavior, according to Francis, is a " sick mentality " dictating that "women can be exploited", that the feminist movement has yet to eradicate from the collective conscience.
  • Taliban Claim Car-Bomb Attack In Kabul

    Taliban Claim Car-Bomb Attack In Kabul

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    The meeting was held yesterday at the request of Abbasi. "The Vice President stated that USA efforts to eliminate terrorist groups who threaten United States security and the stability of the region will continue and noted that Pakistan could and should work closely with the U.S.", the White House said.
  • Russians cast ballots in 2018 presidential election

    Russians cast ballots in 2018 presidential election

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    In 2008 he was replaced by Dmitry Medvedev, who named him prime minister, and then Putin was again elected president in 2012. "For now, I will think about what to do and how to do it", he told reporters late Sunday. "Demand justice; demand laws and courts that matter". Russian officials have accused the United Kingdom and its allies of "Russophobia" and suggested such bigotry helped increase turn-out in Sunday's elections.
  • Prosecutors Call for Arrest of Former South Korean President Lee

    Prosecutors Call for Arrest of Former South Korean President Lee

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    The chief of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office reported the results of the investigation to Prosecutor General Moon Moo-il on Friday. The former president, who was in office from 2008 to 2013, is also viewed as the real owner of auto parts maker DAS, which has been involved in several irregularities, such as creating a slush fund totaling some 30 billion won.
  • Facebook security chief reportedly leaving after clashes over disinformation

    Facebook security chief reportedly leaving after clashes over disinformation

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    Stamos joined Facebook in 2015 from Yahoo, where he had been chief information security officer. "I'm now spending more time exploring emerging security risks and working on election security", Stamos wrote. Stamos is now working in a new role in the company. The company is under fresh scrutiny after media reports that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica harvested private information from more than 50 million Facebook users in developing techniques to support President Donald ...
  • African leaders to sign the Continental Free Trade deal in Kigali

    African leaders to sign the Continental Free Trade deal in Kigali

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    The CFTA will bring together fifty-four African countries with a combined population of more than one billion people and a combined gross domestic product of more than United States $3.4 trillion. Recently, the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) called on President Muhammadu Buhari not to be cajoled into signing the proposed bill. The reports explained that the leadership of the NLC recently kicked against the agreement and cautioned Buhari that if he appended his signature to the document, the ...
  • Ramaphosa congratulates Xi Jinping on presidential re-election

    Ramaphosa congratulates Xi Jinping on presidential re-election

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    Xi was elected Chinese president and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the PRC earlier Saturday at the ongoing first session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC), the national legislature. Wang cast his ballot on Saturday immediately after Han Zheng, the seventh-ranked and most junior Standing Committee member, drawing enthusiastic applause from the other delegates.
  • Hillary Clinton is 'wrong' about Trump voters: Dick Durbin

    Hillary Clinton is 'wrong' about Trump voters: Dick Durbin

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    Republican Congressman Mike Gallagher agreed and said Clinton's comment "not only misreads history, it misreads the present moment". Cory Booker (D-N.J.) over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's recent inflammatory statements against supporters of President Donald Trump - and he refused to answer directly.