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An quake with a magnitude of 6.1 jolted Kabul , north, and northeastern regions of Afghanistan at 11:40 a.m. local time on Wednesday, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). According to news agency ANI, at least one person has died in Lasbela, Balochistan and many have been injured from the 6.1 magnitude quake. Pratik Mukane said: " Earthquake rocks the Afghan capital Kabul, remors felt in Delhi , NCR and Jammu and Kashmir [sic]".
  • Trump issues executive order to keep open Guantanamo Bay prison

    Trump issues executive order to keep open Guantanamo Bay prison

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    When President Donald Trump addressed members of Congress for his first State of the Union address on Tuesday, he promised once again to make military spending a priority. Although Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have long indicated their intention to maintain the facility - with the president once promising to "load it up with some bad dudes - the Trump administration has chosen to deal with terrorist suspects in much the same way Obama did: in civilian court".
  • North Korea Cancels Pre-Olympic Training

    North Korea Cancels Pre-Olympic Training

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    Jones was one of the highlights of the 2016 Rio Olympics , excitedly recording videos of herself cheering on American Olympians and passionately watching every competition, from rowing to beach volleyball. Naturally, the network wasn't going to let another Olympics come and go without Jones on its team, and NBC announced this week that the comedian will be there in PyeongChang, South Korea throughout the winter games .
  • UK: Finsbury Park terror suspect wanted to kill Corbyn

    UK: Finsbury Park terror suspect wanted to kill Corbyn

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    Darren Osborne, the suspected Finsbury Park mosque attacker, picked his target only after a failed plot to attack Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , a court has heard. and then the door opened and Dave was gone". Osborne also claimed that the van he rammed into the Finsbury Mosque worshippers was driven by another person called "Dave", adding that he did not understand why he left the scene.
  • Barcelona sign former Ireland U17 global Marcus McGuane

    Barcelona sign former Ireland U17 global Marcus McGuane

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    The 18-year-old McGuane was born and raised in London and came up through Arsenal's youth categories before making his first team debut under long-time manager, Arsene Wenger . Barcelona have put a €25million release clause in his deal at Camp Nou and he's inked a three-and-a-half-year deal with the Catalans. His mandatory buyout clause has been set at €25m.
  • Ishaq Dar's assets multiply manifold after 1993: NAB witness

    Ishaq Dar's assets multiply manifold after 1993: NAB witness

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    Accountability Court Islamabad summoned Joint Investigation Team Chief Wajid Zia to record his statement in the assets beyond mean corruption reference against former finance minister Ishaq Dar. He informed the judge that the director had previously served the trust as president. The reference alleged that the assets were "disproportionate to his known sources of income for which he could not reasonably account for".
  • Rahul Gandhi To Kickstart Poll Campaign In Karnataka On February 10

    Rahul Gandhi To Kickstart Poll Campaign In Karnataka On February 10

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    Probably, the BJP's social media team also wanted to highlight the black colour of Rahul's expensive clothing, which according to reports is a two-in-one down puffer jacket from Burberry-a British luxury fashion brand. "We are all proud of you", Rahul said after attending a concert called "Celebration for Peace" on Tuesday evening, organised by the Congress to kick off its Meghalaya campaign.
  • Gronk says he will play in Super Bowl LII

    Gronk says he will play in Super Bowl LII

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    Gronk had not spoken to reporters since the injury and did not participate in Media Night Monday, but answered questions after a public event with LeGarrette Blount at the Mall of America where the former teammates played Madden NFL head-to-head.
  • Secret memo hints at a new Republican target: Rod Rosenstein

    Secret memo hints at a new Republican target: Rod Rosenstein

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    Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee voted Monday to make the surveillance memo public. The memo has become a political flashpoint, with President Donald Trump and many Republicans pushing for its release and suggesting that some in the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation have conspired against the president.
  • FBI Reviewing Second Trump-Russia Dossier

    FBI Reviewing Second Trump-Russia Dossier

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    The Guardian says it "has been told the FBI investigation is still assessing details in the "Shearer memo" and is pursuing intriguing leads", and suggests "parts of the Steele dossier , which has been derided by Trump's supporters, may have been corroborated by Shearer's research, or could still be".
  • United Nations envoy upbeat about outcome of Syria talks in Sochi

    United Nations envoy upbeat about outcome of Syria talks in Sochi

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    Russia's showpiece Syria congress aimed to bring seven years of war closer to an end Tuesday, but closed without a significant breakthrough after a string of boycotts and last-minute cancellations. "We were surprised that none of the promises that were given had been kept, the ferocious bombing of civilians had not stopped nor the flags and banners of the regime (been) removed", he said in a video recorded at the airport.
  • Pentagon Calls Teacher Who Bashed Overseas Troops 'Very Uninformed'

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    That's fine, he can say what he wants, but to say it to the youth is wrong. "The City Council and resident of Pico Rivera are steadfast in the recognition that the contributions by those who have served or are now serving our country via military service are respected and we are grateful for their service", the Pico Rivera City Council said in a.
  • Administration admits Treasury's list of Russian 'oligarchs' was derived from Forbes

    Administration admits Treasury's list of Russian 'oligarchs' was derived from Forbes

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    Included on the list are many officials and business figures who are either widely regarded as of peripheral importance at most , or in other cases, as those such as Vladimir Yevtushenkov, who have experienced strained relations with the political leadership in Russian Federation, and would therefore not usually be included in any list of Putin's "inner circle".
  • Paul Simon Sets Farewell Performance in Hyde Park

    Paul Simon Sets Farewell Performance in Hyde Park

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    The 76-year-old musician has confirmed he is to bring the curtain down on his performing career in the United Kingdom with an appearance at London's Hyde Park , where he will be headlining on July 15. It's been 61 years since Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel recorded their first song together as Tom & Jerry, embarking on one of music's most successful partnerships.
  • When Trump Tried to Fire Mueller

    When Trump Tried to Fire Mueller

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    Sen. An anonymously-sourced report on its website attempt to cast doubt on the story reported by the Times and others, noting that while "Trump did have conversations about firing Mueller ", those conversations "might not have amounted to an outright directive".
  • Broadcasters shut as Kenyan opposition leader takes symbolic oath of office

    Broadcasters shut as Kenyan opposition leader takes symbolic oath of office

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    Moments after NASA leader Raila Odinga was sworn in by his lawyer Miguna Miguna ; seems that his social media pages were also edited. No fewer than 1,000 people were killed in months of bloodshed following the 2007 election after Odinga who was defeated by then President Mwai Kibaki, claimed the vote was rigged.
  • Jordan- Hamas leader dies after accidentally shooting himself

    Jordan- Hamas leader dies after accidentally shooting himself

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    In recent years, al-Alami operated out of Turkey, where he received medical treatment. Al-Alami was a key player in Hamas and especially between Iran and Gaza relations. Hamas Politburo Chief Ismail Haniyeh praised the senior Hamas official, according to the Jerusalem Post, saying: "Hamas was Abu Hamam and Abu Hamas was Hamas.He was able to deal with changes and transformations and prescribe [appropriate] policies and strategies for the different periods of time".
  • Iranian women protest obligatory headscarf; Twitterati praise the bravery

    Iranian women protest obligatory headscarf; Twitterati praise the bravery

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    It sees women post "stealth" photos or videos of themselves where they have dared to take off their hijab, to spread the message and protest. Now, in another sign that the protest could be gathering momentum, pictures posted on social media yesterday showed at least three other women standing on top of telecoms boxes in Tehran in an apparent show of solidarity.
  • UK's mass surveillance and data collection powers have been ruled illegal

    UK's mass surveillance and data collection powers have been ruled illegal

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    DRIPA was found to be unlawful in today's ruling primarily because it does not restrict access to private data to the goal of fighting " serious crime ". "No politician is above the law. When will the government stop bartering with judges and start drawing up a surveillance law that upholds our democratic freedoms? ".
  • Kasganj Violence: Pakistan supporters behind Kasganj violence, says BJP

    Kasganj Violence: Pakistan supporters behind Kasganj violence, says BJP

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    Singh also asked why Pakistan as an enemy nation is reiterated when China is a bigger enemy of the country. Muslim mohallon mein jabrdasti juloos le jao aur Pakistan murdabaad ke naarey lagaao. A senior official in the chief minister's secretariat said that the government was apprised of the matter and action, if needed, would be taken by the chief minister.
  • Haley: Action on Iran's missiles could leave us in nuclear deal

    Haley: Action on Iran's missiles could leave us in nuclear deal

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    Those rebels have fired ballistic missiles at civilian targets in Saudi Arabia - though the attacks were intercepted before they could do much damage. Trump has until April to decide whether to keep the United States in the deal. "We believe what the council saw today makes it clear that the evidence continues to grow that Iran is blatantly ignoring its worldwide obligations", Haley said.
  • Arizona congressman: Arrest 'illegal aliens' at State of the Union address

    Arizona congressman: Arrest 'illegal aliens' at State of the Union address

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    An Arizona House Republican has requested that Capitol Police check the identification of all those attending President Donald Trump's State of the Union address tonight to catch any undocumented immigrants. Gosar's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Gosar's comments sparked immediate unrest among the immigrant community and their advocates.
  • California helicopter crash kills 3, others injured, police say

    California helicopter crash kills 3, others injured, police say

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    The crash was reported around 1:45 p.m.in the area of Egret Court, about a block from the beach. The helicopter's occupants were being assessed and transported for treatment, Newport Beach police said . A piece of the tail rotor was seen lodged in the tiled roof of a home across the street. A neighbour who witnessed the crash told local television that he saw three people in the wreckage, and the pilot lying injured on grass near the aircraft.
  • Dundee Releases Full-Length Trailer Featuring A Shitload Of Aussie Hollywood Stars

    Dundee Releases Full-Length Trailer Featuring A Shitload Of Aussie Hollywood Stars

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    Hugh Jackman is introduced as the Prime Minister , Margot Robbie stars as Lil' Donk, Russell Crowe is J.P. Steele, Isla Fisher plays Dr. Clark, Ruby Rose is Chief Jackson and Liam Hemsworth stars as Wes Windsong. Now the fans are hoping the film gets made for real! That clip is just the latest teaser for the upcoming Tourism Australia ad, which will be broadcast to tens of millions during the Super Bowl on February 4.
  • New England's Andrews on being back at the Super Bowl

    New England's Andrews on being back at the Super Bowl

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    Most of which played right into the stereotypical Philadelphia fans narrative. It's an atmosphere where players can let loose. That culture was an important element for Lurie. "I just think with Bill, he's a master of situational football". I've loved this team since I was a little kid. "No, I'm not going to the White House".
  • Irish busker, 12, gives spine-tingling performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

    Irish busker, 12, gives spine-tingling performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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    Ellen will also reveal a spectacular surprise - her biggest giveaway in 15 seasons! Talented busker Allie Sherlock, 12, from Cork , appeared on the USA chat show this week after flying to LA to work with top producer Ryan Tedder. Charlie Puth and Ryan Tedder from One Republic are now working with the Irish singer, who recently has been no stranger to meeting some of the world's biggest artists.
  • Five shot dead, one wounded at western Pennsylvania vehicle wash

    Five shot dead, one wounded at western Pennsylvania vehicle wash

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    The shooting happened about 3 a.m. ET in the village of Melcroft, 42 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Smith sustained a possibly self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head and was transported to a local hospital, where he was on life support, said a Huffington Post report.
  • BGE Sending Crews To Help Restore Power In Puerto Rico

    BGE Sending Crews To Help Restore Power In Puerto Rico

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    The company is sending about 54 line workers from the Upper Midwest, Colorado, Texas and New Mexico, along with additional safety and support staff after receiving the call to help last month. The line workers will work 12 to 16-hour shifts, seven days a week to install and fix equipment damaged by the storm. Trucks and other equipment are being sent ahead.
  • Pope to send investigator to Chile over accused bishop

    Pope to send investigator to Chile over accused bishop

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    The Pope responded: "Yes, I told them not to create another Mindszenty case!" "I was rather disorderly in my talking, but I think I succeeded to convey to the Holy Father the worries of his faithful children in China", the cardinal and archbishop emeritus of Hong Kong, recounted in a January 29 letter.
  • Trump to deliver first official State of the Union Address

    Trump to deliver first official State of the Union Address

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    Constitutional scholar David Adler is inviting the public to watch and analyze President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on Tuesday. Others plan to bring young undocumented immigrants facing deportation or people who have experienced sexual harassment as guests . This is not the first time the president has used such a fundraising tactic: In 2016, he displayed the names of donors who gave more than $50 on a jumbo screen at the Republican National Convention.
  • Titans hire Matt LaFleur to run their offense

    Titans hire Matt LaFleur to run their offense

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    With Matt LaFleur departing the Rams to become the Titans' offensive coordinator, Los Angeles' offensive staff will undergo a few more changes. Kromer was the offensive line coach, and Waldron was the tight ends coach. "Matt brings an energy and an offensive diversity to our team". "We're grateful for his contribution to the Rams and our NFC West Championship season past year".
  • Engler to lead MSU as interim president

    Engler to lead MSU as interim president

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    A longtime former Michigan governor will be named interim president of Michigan State University, according to the Associated Press , charged with guiding the public university forward after a devastating sexual assault scandal. The NCAA launched an investigation into the school's handling of complaints against Nassar following reports that school officials ignored some complaints .
  • Harley-Davidson shares slump on weak outlook

    Harley-Davidson shares slump on weak outlook

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    The company's stock had a trading volume of 1,584,452 shares. HOG trades with a P/S ratio of 1.7. The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE:SCHW) has risen 32.11% since January 29, 2017 and is uptrending. (NYSE: HOG ) on Wednesday, January 17 with "Hold" rating. (NYSE: HOG ) earned "Underperform" rating by RBC Capital Markets on Wednesday, October 19. Steward Partners Investment Advisory LLC bought a new position in Harley-Davidson in the third quarter worth about $166,000.
  • Trump says to address trade, immigration in State of the Union speech

    Trump says to address trade, immigration in State of the Union speech

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    This Tuesday, President Donald Trump will give his first State Of The Union address to the nation. "Why would I take my time to go and sit and listen to a liar", she said in an interview on MSNBC . "I'm more thinking about Monday night than Tuesday night", Sen. In the same survey, 67 percent of Americans said the country was more divided because of Trump.
  • Pistons rumors: Lakers offered Jordan Clarkson for Avery Bradley

    Pistons rumors: Lakers offered Jordan Clarkson for Avery Bradley

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    Head coach Stan Van Gundy of the Detroit Pistons talks to Avery Bradley #22 during action against the Indiana Pacers at Little Caesars Arena on November 9, 2017 in Detroit . His efficiency on offense is way down, and the PIstons have fared much better with him off the court - even, surprisingly, on the defensive end. The news came after Detroit was defeated by the Cleveland Cavaliers Sunday night, suffering their eighth consecutive loss.
  • FCC Report: Worker who sent false missile alert thought attack was real

    FCC Report: Worker who sent false missile alert thought attack was real

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    A warning officer who sent an alert that a ballistic missile was headed towards Hawaii believed the threat was real, according to a report on the January 13 incident which sparked widespread panic. The FCC public safety bureau attributed the false alert to a combination of human error and inadequate safeguards: There was no procedure in place to prevent a single person from mistakenly sending a missile alert to the state of Hawaii, nor a procedure for recalling a false alert.