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As the three suspects fled back to the other side of the border they left the bag behind. The 3 to 4-month-old cub was turned over to the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville. On searching the man's vehicle, border patrol discovered a tiger cub lying on the floor of the passenger side of the auto, and removed the animal from the vehicle.
  • Singer Sona Mohapatra Seeks Mumbai Police Help Over Threats By Sufi Foundation

    Singer Sona Mohapatra Seeks Mumbai Police Help Over Threats By Sufi Foundation

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    The singer is again making headlines with her allegations against the Madariya Sufi Foundation that has reportedly raised anger against one of her music videos, Tori Surat and has threatened to take it down. The Sufi foundation wants the singer to remove it. While singer Abida Parveen's rendition of ' Tori Surat ' is among the most famous ones, ' Piya Se Naina ' has been performed by Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, among others.
  • Labour Day being observed in Pakistan

    Labour Day being observed in Pakistan

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    He also lauded the role of fearless workers who play a fundamental role in the struggle for the national development. The labour movement which began in the 1800s and it demanded paid leaves, proper wages and breaks for the workforce. It was meant to turn this date into a protest against all kinds of injustices to which all the workers of the world were subjected, in a march of solidarity, recalling the events of Chicago in 1886.
  • Opening Statements To Begin In Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's Retrial

    Opening Statements To Begin In Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's Retrial

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    The blunt tactic appears to be a bet that a narrower legal definition of bribery set forth by the US Supreme Court could set his client free. To convince the jury Silver had the guilty state of mind necessary for a criminal conviction, Williams told jurors Silver never publicized his grants to a cancer clinic even though many of his constituents in downtown NY were anxious about coming down with cancer from inhaling asbestos-laced dust from the collapse of the World Trade Towers.
  • Roberto Mancini to become new Italy coach

    Roberto Mancini to become new Italy coach

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    The former Italy global is now the head coach of Russian Premier League side Zenit St Petersburg , and will reportedly be taking over his new job after the final round of fixtures (13th May). During his 17-year coaching career Mancini led Manchester City to their first English title in 44 years in 2012, and won three Serie A titles with Inter Milan and Italian Cups with Inter, Fiorentina and Lazio.
  • Tripura CM Biplab Deb moves from ridiculous to sinister

    Tripura CM Biplab Deb moves from ridiculous to sinister

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    As per The Economic Times Deb said, "Around 8 am, a vegetable vendor brings bottle gourd to the market". However, it gets rotten by 9 am due to repeated digging of nails by customers. "BJP President Amit Shah has asked nearly all the Chief Ministers of BJP ruled states including Tripura to join the election campaign in Karnataka", the party leader said.
  • Trump suggests meeting NKorea leader at Peace House

    Trump suggests meeting NKorea leader at Peace House

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Monday played down the prospect of winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his historic summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un , saying Donald Trump can have it instead. He added: "No, strength is going to keep us out of nuclear war, not going to get us in!" In his conversation with Mr Moon, Mr Kim denied that he would be merely clearing out damaged goods, saying that the site also has two new tunnels that are larger than previous testing ...
  • Panchayat Elections: Trinamool Congress wins record 34% seats unopposed

    Panchayat Elections: Trinamool Congress wins record 34% seats unopposed

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    The data released by the West Bengal SEC shows that 34.2 percent or 20,076 of the 58,692 seats (going for polls in May) have gone uncontested in the upcoming panchayat elections. Also, TMC had filed 1,000 nominations for the zilla parishads , followed by the BJP with 782. For the gram panchayats , TMC had filed 58,978 nominations, BJP 27,935, the CPI-M 17,319 and the Congress 7,313.
  • Qipao prom dress criticised for cultural appropriation, internet freaks out

    Qipao prom dress criticised for cultural appropriation, internet freaks out

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    Since the online furore started, Mr Lam's post has garnered more than 41,000 retweets and more than 177,000 likes on Twitter . "I bought the dress because I thought it was attractive and admired the beauty of the culture", she said. "I know that because I'm Asian and I had to (and still have to) deal with racism towards me", wrote Twitter user @demonangel5000. Daum responded to the barrage of criticism by saying she meant no harm in wearing the dress, and was "in no way being ...
  • 'American Gods' season 2 in production, air date in 2019

    'American Gods' season 2 in production, air date in 2019

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    The trailer also reveals that the House on the Rock will finally make its appearance on the show. Though season 2 won't be hitting the screen until 2019, fans can now rest assured that work is underway on turning it into a batch of episodes those working behind-the-scenes can be proud of! American Gods creator Neil Gaiman has officially announced the start of production on the second season of the critically-acclaimed show, which dropped its debut season past year to much acclaim.
  • BJP MLA who attended rally supporting Kathua rape accused promoted as minister

    BJP MLA who attended rally supporting Kathua rape accused promoted as minister

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    The portfolios allocated to the new BJP Ministers include Industries and Transport to Kavinder Gupta , Housing and Urban Development to Sat Paul Sharma, Forest and Environment to Rajeev Jasrotia, Health and Medical Education to D.K. The resignation of two BJP ministers, Chowdhry Lal Singh and C.P. Ganga, for attending a rally in defence of the Kathua case accused organised by the Hindu Ekta Manch, was seen as a surrender by the BJP to its alliance partner, the PDP.
  • India, Pak to join SCO's counter-terror military drills

    India, Pak to join SCO's counter-terror military drills

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    The month of September this year is likely to witness a historical moment as India and Pakistan will take part in a multi-nation counter-terror exercise in Russian Federation. Despite only having 8 member nations, the SCO represents over 40 percent of humanity and almost 20 percent of global GDP. The SCO is China-dominated security grouping, generally seen as a team formed to counterbalance the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
  • Mike Pompeo: Iran Lies About Nuclear Program

    Mike Pompeo: Iran Lies About Nuclear Program

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    Ministry spokesman Baharm Qasemi said that the "ridiculous propagandist presentations" of Netanyahu are "one of the latest shameful and worthless shows about Iran's nuclear programme", reports Xinhua news agency. "To put it another way", he said, "it is why we negotiated the JCPOA", or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal name of the nuclear deal. "Not because [Netanyahu] revealed anything we didn't know about Iran's nuclear program".
  • Raiders' Donald Penn suspect in domestic violence incident

    Raiders' Donald Penn suspect in domestic violence incident

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    But according to TMZ , a statement from Penn's wife Dominique was collected on scene. That said, he and his wife have released a joint statement concerning the entire situation stating that there was no physical altercation or verbal dispute between them rather that both are going through a tough process of filing for divorce.
  • Towerblock collapses in Sao Paulo after fire

    Towerblock collapses in Sao Paulo after fire

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    He said most people got out. Witnesses also said that they could hear people screaming for help as the fire took hold and neighbouring buildings set on fire. Receptionist Flábio Gabia, who works at a nearby hotel, told local newspaper Estadao: "When I went to see what it was, the streets, which were deserted, were filled with desperate people".
  • Sarah Sanders Prays Before Every Press Briefing

    Sarah Sanders Prays Before Every Press Briefing

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    The child who asked that question replied, "I came up with that one all by myself". On Thursday, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders hosted a briefing with reporters' children and Ami Magazine White House correspondent Jake Turx's son wanted to know about future presidents.
  • Documents prove Iran lied about nuclear program

    Documents prove Iran lied about nuclear program

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    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel has evidence Iranian officials were "brazenly lying" when they said Iran wasn't pursuing nuclear weapons and that the Islamic republic is keeping an "atomic archive" at a secret compound. The 100,000 files contain, among other things, blueprints, charts, photos, videos and presentations dealing with nuclear weaponry. She added that a commission of the countries that agreed the deal - China, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and the United ...
  • Death toll up to seven after Swiss Alps storm

    Death toll up to seven after Swiss Alps storm

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    The rescue effort involved seven helicopters with rescue experts and doctors from the local air companies Air Glacier and Air Zermatt and the Swiss Air-Rescue Rega service. The hikers, a lot of them women, included Swiss, German, Italian, Bulgarian and French nationals. The group had set out from the Dix rest-stop and had meant to make it to the Cabanne de Vignettes refuge to sleep, trekking along a route called The Serpentine.
  • Family Doctor Arrested after Threatening to Decapitate Staff Members

    Family Doctor Arrested after Threatening to Decapitate Staff Members

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    Her medical license was suspended on March 5, WTXL Channel 27 reports , after she was apparently "under the influence" while at her practice. She told another employee she was going to cut the employee's head off, roll it down the hallway and call the employee's children so they could see it.
  • MSNBC's Joy Reid can't prove hackers wrote 'hurtful' posts

    MSNBC's Joy Reid can't prove hackers wrote 'hurtful' posts

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    Reid hired Internet security experts in a vow to clear her name and identify the assailants, but as of yesterday , said that the team she hired has not yet detected the foul play that led to the foul anti-gay words. Charlie Crist (D) between 2007 and 2009 after Twitter user @ Jamie_Maz shared screenshots of the posts. The friend was so disappointed that he did not speak to Reid for months, she said.
  • North and South Korea start to dismantle border speakers

    North and South Korea start to dismantle border speakers

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    In 1994, the US and North Korea signed a deal committing Pyongyang to freezing its plutonium weapons program and the U.S.to providing North Korea with heavy fuel oil. An insider at the Blue House said that this was mentioned by President Moon during his first official Cabinet meeting following the summit. The dismantling is part of a string of symbolic gestures after the historic Korean summit last week.
  • Tigers struggle early, fall at Baltimore in series finale

    Tigers struggle early, fall at Baltimore in series finale

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    The Baltimore Orioles will play host to the Detroit Tigers at Oriole Park. The Tigers (10-13) come to town in decent form with six wins in their last ten ballgames, but have dropped four of their last six. After his rough 2018 debut against the Twins, Gausman has now recorded four straight quality starts and has allowed just nine runs over his last 25 innings pitched.
  • Oil slips on rising U.S. rig count; Iran concerns limit downside

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    This is despite its conclusion that the region has cleared about 97 percent of the excess supply that weighed on oil prices, BloombergQuint reported. The more-active July contract traded at $73.16. U.S. President Donald Trump , who has threatened to pull the United States out of a 2015 nuclear pact between Iran and six major powers, will decide by May 12 whether to restore economic sanctions on Tehran.
  • Armenian Protest leader Warns of 'Political Tsunami' If Not Elected PM

    Armenian Protest leader Warns of 'Political Tsunami' If Not Elected PM

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    The president urged "sound judgment" and called on the citizens to stay in compliance with the law and the Constitution when taking any steps. Pashinyan, the leader of mass protests that forced former president turned prime minister Sarkisian from power in the impoverished South Caucasus nation, is the only candidate for the post of prime minister.
  • The Bill Cosby guilty verdict: How the story played around the country

    The Bill Cosby guilty verdict: How the story played around the country

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    Thursday, however, the school's Board of Trustees said it will be reviewing it. But her voice wasn't shaken, nor was her composure as she traded verbal jabs with Cosby's aggressive lead attorney. He revealed his plans to request that a judge in California remove the stay on Goins' case against Cosby, so they can continue their case and order Cosby to testify under oath.
  • Trump's Role in Midterm Elections Roils Republicans

    Trump's Role in Midterm Elections Roils Republicans

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    The most significant race is for Chatham County sheriff, which pits Sheriff Mike Roberson against Pittsboro Police Chief Percy Crutchfield. That is a slim margin given the historic propensity of voters to hand the party of a new president substantial losses in his first mid-term election.
  • India says electrified all villages ahead of prime minister's deadline

    India says electrified all villages ahead of prime minister's deadline

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    This comes in the backdrop of Prime Minister Narendra Modi , in his Independence Day speech on 15 August 2015 promising to electrify all un-electrified villages within 1000 days. Another social media user, Dilip Gupta, cited Allipur, his remote village in Uttar Pradesh , saying that the grid "hasn't arrived yet". All of these have now either been connected to the grid or electrified through off-grid solutions.
  • Ex-husband in Greitens case to be deposed Monday

    Ex-husband in Greitens case to be deposed Monday

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    Louis prosecutor and said it did not find anything that causes the panel to change its statement supporting the woman's testimony. Monday's revelation came after Greiten's attorneys were able to question Watkins. "Greitens" claims about the content of the Circuit Attorney interview mischaracterize the actual testimony received and reviewed by this committee". "This Committee's charge is to determine the truth", the report concluded.
  • Vice President Mike Pence visiting Calexico for border wall tour

    Vice President Mike Pence visiting Calexico for border wall tour

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    Air Force Two is scheduled to arrive at the Naval Air Facility in El Centro at 10:20 a.m. Pence is expected to immediately tour the barrier construction site joined by Border Patrol Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez, Director of Field Operations Pete Flores and Yuma Branch Director Sylvia Carrizozo.
  • Delhi doctor shot at, victim suspects his brothers behind attack

    Delhi doctor shot at, victim suspects his brothers behind attack

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    Nagar claimed that his brothers and four other suspects had been threatening him over the past one-and-a-half month. While the injured doctor suspects the role of his two brothers behind the firing, police are yet to reach a conclusion. The vehicle bore 16 bullet holes and the bullets also hit the walls, trees and the road at the crime spot there were so many bullet marks. Over the next few minutes, Nagar hid in the bushes at his farmhouse before dialling the police.
  • Local races push up early voting pace

    Local races push up early voting pace

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    The Republican and Democratic primaries are uncontested in the commission's 2nd District race, so all five candidates will appear on the August 2 ballot as nominees for their respective parties. Hege argued successfully to the county Board of Elections that the recent expungement of his felony record through the courts allowed him to run despite a state constitutional ban on felons serving as sheriff.
  • All you need to know about International Labour Day

    All you need to know about International Labour Day

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    The whole concept of Labour Day or International Worker's Day started back in the 19th century during the labour union movement. The holiday is tied to labour movements for communist and socialist political parties. Just like the president, the speaker also said the present government is pursuing labour friendly policies for the welfare of the labour class in the country.
  • Drug Take Back Day helps address opioid crisis

    Drug Take Back Day helps address opioid crisis

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    Hattaway says the current opioid and pill crisis could support more than just two days a year. These medications can be risky when left in medicine cabinets. Since October 2011, there have been 18,773 pounds of unwanted prescription drugs taken back at Overland Park drop off locations. Officials running the events say they want the drugs off the street.
  • "Killer Granny" denied bond in Florida court

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    Lois Riess was extradited from South Padre Island, Texas, to Lee County this weekend and is in custody with the Lee County Sheriff's Office. The Fort Myers News-Press reports Riess arrived in Fort Myers from Texas on Saturday to face charges of homicide, identity theft and others.
  • Indonesia supports peace process between North, South Korea

    Indonesia supports peace process between North, South Korea

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    In January, Moon said Trump "deserves big credit for bringing about the inter-Korean talks". Trump told reporters that he relayed his interest to Moon. Its actions sent tensions soaring as Kim and Trump traded insults and threats of war. The day produced dramatic images and emotions for Koreans and a sweeping declaration, but was short on specific commitments and failed to clear up key questions about Pyongyang's intentions over its nuclear arsenal ahead of the US-North Korean summit ...
  • High winds, near-drought conditions grip area of I-80 pileup

    High winds, near-drought conditions grip area of I-80 pileup

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    The State Patrol said visibility was reduced to almost zero Sunday as dust blew in from farm fields along Interstate 80 near York, a city about 50 miles west of Lincoln. Similar winds are forecast for Monday, so travelers could face a repeat of Sunday. National Weather Service meteorologist Jerilyn Billings Wright said that South-Central Nebraska where Sunday's incident took place is unusually dry but the biggest problem that led to the pileup could very well be the wind.
  • Red Fort adoption for better maintenance, says KJ Alphons

    Red Fort adoption for better maintenance, says KJ Alphons

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    The defence is that the scheme launched a year ago is to attract public participation to develop heritage monuments. Under the scheme, the companies that will manage the sites will also produce historical guides. In September 2017 on World Tourism Day, the ministry of tourism, govt of India initiated the scheme of Adopt a heritage and released a complete guideline and project for development of tourist friendly destinations with an aim to involve public sector companies, private sector ...
  • Flooding threatens more communities in BC Interior as evacuation order issued

    Flooding threatens more communities in BC Interior as evacuation order issued

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    The Emergency Operations Centre will remain open this weekend and can be reached at 250-490-4225. Emergency centres have been set up in each of those communities. No properties have been evacuated as yet. Flood waters are on the rise in the Similkameen and Tulameen River watersheds, resulting in an evacuation alert and notice in the community of Tulameen, and a state of local emergency declared in Cawston.
  • Rahul Gandhi releases Congress Manifesto in Mangaluru

    Rahul Gandhi releases Congress Manifesto in Mangaluru

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    The well-attended rally at Ram Lila Maidan came nearly a year before the next Lok Sabha polls and signalled Gandhi's intention to build up electoral momentum with sharp attacks on Modi and his government. Calling the incident a "mental torture", Dalit leader Mohan Patil said, "Even if reserved category police officials were present (as claimed by the SP) they must have done the marking as instructed by someone senior".