• Centre wants terrorism to end in Kashmir: Rajnath Singh
Centre wants terrorism to end in Kashmir: Rajnath Singh

He was later appointed as Director General of world's largest paramilitary force - CRPF- after naxals killed 75 personnel in Dantewada in 2010. Governor's rule in the state is unlikely to have any impact on ongoing military operations, he told reporters in New Delhi .

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  • Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's wife Sara charged with fraud
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's wife Sara charged with fraud

Sara Netanyahu , the wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu , was on Thursday officially indicted on charges of aggravated fraud and breach of trust, according to the Justice Ministry. Ezra Saidoff, former deputy director general of the prime minister's office, faces the same charges. Her husband is now facing a number of criminal inves...

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  • New Zealand PM gives birth: What you need to know
New Zealand PM gives birth: What you need to know

She wrote on Instagram: 'Welcome to our village wee one. Ms Ardern later broke news of the birth on social media, saying she felt very lucky and thanking staff at the hospital. Revealing her pregnancy last January, she said: 'Lots of people juggle a lot of things in their personal and private lives, and I'm not unusual in that.

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  • ‘Hypocritical, self-serving and political biased’ United States quits UN Human Rights Council
‘Hypocritical, self-serving and political biased’ United States quits UN Human Rights Council

She had been threatening the pull-out since previous year unless the council made changes advocated by the US. But since Trump came into office, his administration has threatened to withdraw if it did not reform: "If the Human Rights Council is going to be an organization we entrust to protect and promote human rights, it must change".

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  • US 'Will Not Be a Migrant Camp'
US 'Will Not Be a Migrant Camp'

The policy has sparked widespread backlash , particularly after ProPublica published audio of almost a dozen immigrant children sobbing and crying for their parents while being held in an immigration detention facility, as U.S. So the last administration, the Obama administration, the Bush administration, all separated families at the - they a...

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  • Politicians visit border amid outrage on family separation
Politicians visit border amid outrage on family separation

The Department of Homeland Security reports that almost 2,000 children were sent to mass detention centers between April 19 and May 31. "This must stop. "We have the worst immigration laws in the entire world". He, however, offered that he's encouraged by the public's reaction to the controversial policy.

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  • 2,000 children separated from families in immigration crackdown
2,000 children separated from families in immigration crackdown

The administration's "zero tolerance" policy , which was announced by the Department of Justice in April, separates children from their parents or legal guardians because the adults have been referred to DHS for prosecution for illegal entry into the United States.

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  • Spain rescues more than 900 boat migrants, finds four bodies
Spain rescues more than 900 boat migrants, finds four bodies

Lifeline's crew helped transfer the migrants onto a Singapore-flagged merchant ship, the Viking Amber, and remained at sea as it usually does for any subsequent rescues, according to Lifeline co-founder Axel Steier. Spain's offer, Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said, was a "political gesture" to "oblige Europe to forge a common policy to a common...

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  • North Korea's Kim visits Beijing; South Korea, U.S. halt military drill
North Korea's Kim visits Beijing; South Korea, U.S. halt military drill

Trump's decision to suspend the exercises, coupled with the vague joint statement issued after his summit with Kim, have reinforced fears in South Korea that the North is attempting to take advantage of a US president who appears to care less about the traditional alliance than his predecessors.

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  • Trump determined to hit China as tit-for-tat tariff war erupts
Trump determined to hit China as tit-for-tat tariff war erupts

In the separate dispute about steel and aluminium tariffs, he also has to contend with the politically targeted retaliation that other countries such as Mexico, Canada and the European Union have in hand, meant to hit important states in the mid-term elections.

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  • United Nations votes against Israel aggression, in ‘major defeat for US’
United Nations votes against Israel aggression, in ‘major defeat for US’

The Turkish and Algerian-sponsored resolution passed in the General Assembly in a 120-8 vote. In an official notice at the end of its weekly meeting on June 12, 2018, the Palestinian government, led by Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, accused Hamas of unlawfully seizing control of the Gaza Strip in 2007, imposing its rule upon the residents, exploi...

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  • Strong M5.9 natural disaster, lower 6 on Japana scale, rocks northern Osaka
Strong M5.9 natural disaster, lower 6 on Japana scale, rocks northern Osaka

Japanese media reported one of the quake's victims is a 9-year-old girl found at a school in Takatsuki City. Two men in their 80s, one from Osaka's Higashiyodogawa Ward, and another from the city of Ibaraki also perished. "We were sleeping and it woke us up abruptly", said Kate Kilpatrick, 19, an American who was staying in a hotel in Osaka when ...

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  • 5 immigrants killed, several injured after SUV fleeing Border Patrol crashes
5 immigrants killed, several injured after SUV fleeing Border Patrol crashes

Border Patrol. The chase began after a Border Patrol agent noticed three vehicles travelling in a caravan and suspected smuggling, US Customs and Border Protection said in a statement . The sheriff said he hadn't spoken to Border Patrol on the exact cause of the pursuit and nature of the crash. "It's really, really busy here", Boyd said.

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  • Judge 'no choice' but to lock up Manafort
Judge 'no choice' but to lock up Manafort

He pleaded not guilty to the charges. Mueller last week charged him with witness tampering in the case. "I have no appetite for this". U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the District of Columbia, who ordered the incarceration Friday, said she had chose to take this step because less drastic measures would have been insufficient.

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  • Giuliani: Trump isn't planning to issue pardons during Russian Federation probe
Giuliani: Trump isn't planning to issue pardons during Russian Federation probe

Giuliani, who joined President Trump's legal team in April, told CNN's "State of the Union" that former FBI Director Robert Mueller did not necessarily do anything wrong but that the probe he leads has become unethical and possibly illegal - calling for an investigation into its origins.

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  • Morocco to Celebrate Eid Al Fitr Friday: Ministry
Morocco to Celebrate Eid Al Fitr Friday: Ministry

In Pakistan, the meeting of the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee under the chairmanship of Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman is under way in Karachi for the sighting of the Shawwal moon. It is believed that the holy book of Quran was written during this month. The crescent of Shawwal moon has been observed in Jebel Hafeet, Al Ain, said the International Astro...

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  • High Heat and Humidity Leading Into Next Week
High Heat and Humidity Leading Into Next Week

High temperatures in the middle 90s are expected Sunday . There is a chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm as well, which may only make it more uncomfortable. TUESDAY: There will be a 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms. One difference is that we will be tracking an isolated storm or two showing up across the Bluegrass producing s...

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  • Yemeni govt. launches offensive on Hodeidah
Yemeni govt. launches offensive on Hodeidah

Saudi-owned satellite news channels have announced the start of the Saudi-led coalition's assault on Hodeida. The attack is expected to lead to a protracted and bloody confrontation, putting "literally hundreds of thousands of people...

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  • Governor tours tornado damage in Wilkes-Barre Twp
Governor tours tornado damage in Wilkes-Barre Twp

Only six people were injured in the storm, but a number of businesses at the Wilkes-Barre Township Commons and Arena Hub Plaza had collapsed roofs, broken windows and damages signs. He said was working with county and state officials to determine if the storm would qualify for federal disaster aid. Joy Frie told The (Wilkes-Barre) Citizens' Voic...

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  • National Weather Service confirms 2 northeastern Pennsylvania tornadoes
National Weather Service confirms 2 northeastern Pennsylvania tornadoes

Wilkes-Barre Township in Pennsylvania is being described as a " war zone " after major and damaging storms ripped through the area on Wednesday night. The American Red Cross has been providing aid and guidance to first responders on the scene. "That's a concern. But we are lucky no one was seriously hurt", Pedri said.

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  • James Comey Used Personal Email For FBI Business, Inspector General Finds
James Comey Used Personal Email For FBI Business, Inspector General Finds

While the text is is sure to set off firestorms in conservative corners of the internet, the revelation from the report does not do much than further the already known preferences of the two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents about the 2016 election.

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  • India to celebrate Eid on June 16
India to celebrate Eid on June 16

The ministry announced that the crescent moon for the Islamic month Shawwal was sighted in Morocco on Thursday evening. Bangladesh's National Moon-Sighting Committee will meet on Friday to decide whether the country will celebrate Eid on Saturday or Sunday.

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  • IG Report: Comey’s Handling of Clinton Investigation ‘Negatively Impacted’ FBI
IG Report: Comey’s Handling of Clinton Investigation ‘Negatively Impacted’ FBI

In tweets, Trump has called Comey's investigation into Clinton "phony and dishonest" and said that Comey, who he fired on May 9, 2017, left the FBI's reputation in tatters. The inquiry has focused on whether public statements made by Comey about Democrat Mrs Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state were based o...

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  • North Korea delegation enjoys fruits of Singapore's capitalism
North Korea delegation enjoys fruits of Singapore's capitalism

This will be the first summit of its kind between a leader of North Korea and a sitting USA president. While the North Korean leader said that "we came here after overcoming" all the obstacles. president and a North Korean leader, is a moment that Trump has had in mind for at least a year. "If diplomacy does not move in the right direction ...

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  • Initiative to Break California Into 3 States to Go on November Ballot
Initiative to Break California Into 3 States to Go on November Ballot

He's made several attempts at breaking apart the state. While proposals about separating California have been bandied about for years, Golden State voters will have their say on this particular initiative in November. Under the proposal, each state would have about one-third of the state population. Employees and entrepreneurs who split the...

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  • As Trump courts Kim, a reminder of the regime's brutality
As Trump courts Kim, a reminder of the regime's brutality

North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency said the two leaders agreed to the principle of "step-by-step" process and Trump expressed his intention to lift sanctions "over a period of goodwill dialogue" between the two countries.

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  • The IG report reveals no conspiracy, but missteps that perhaps swayed history
The IG report reveals no conspiracy, but missteps that perhaps swayed history

The specific email in which Strzok talks of stopping Trump, Horowitz explains, "caused us to question the earlier Midyear investigative decisions in which he was involved, and whether he took specific actions in the Midyear investigation based on his political views".

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  • Kim 'open' to dialogue with Japan
Kim 'open' to dialogue with Japan

The two parties share an interest in continuing the process of negotiations - Kim Jong Un views summit diplomacy as a major propaganda coup that shows him on an equal footing with the president of the United States, who stated Tuesday he would "absolutely" invite Kim to the White House.

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  • G7 divides to G6 plus Trump over trade war threat
G7 divides to G6 plus Trump over trade war threat

The Shanghai organization, which Beijing began in 2001 as an alternative to US -dominated diplomatic groups, includes China, Russia , India, Pakistan and the nations of Central Asia. "This medal of friendship represents the Chinese people's lofty respect for President Putin, and symbolizes the profound friendship between China and Russian Fede...

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  • Disclosures show Kushner's wealth and debt have risen
Disclosures show Kushner's wealth and debt have risen

Ivanka Trump made $3.9 million from her investment in her father's hotel in Washington a year ago, according to a disclosure released by the White House on Tuesday. In 2017, Trump's assets were estimated to be valued between $55.3 million and $75.6 million and Kushner's between $179 million and $735 million, reported the Washington Post .

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