• Pakistan begins fencing construction on border with Afghanistan
Pakistan begins fencing construction on border with Afghanistan

Zardari expressed hope that the move to begin border fencing will be welcomed by all those wanting an end to militancy and to the counter- productive allegations of cross border incursions. Pakistan has already tightened visa and travel regime for Afghans besides introducing a system for tribesmen, replacing the age-old rahdari system.

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  • Risky winds expected to arrive earlier
Risky winds expected to arrive earlier

Energy Minister Mark Bailey said the first of more than 200 Energex workers had begun the journey northwards from Brisbane this morning in preparation for the clean-up after the cyclone crosses the coast. A decision about school closures will be made on Sunday following the second meeting of the Queensland disaster management committee. The Queen...

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  • Beware railways, Ravindra Gaikwad is on a train
Beware railways, Ravindra Gaikwad is on a train

But senior party leader Sanjay Raut feels that leaders should "raise their hand" wherever needed. Air India and six private airlines banned the 56-year-old MP from flying as he refused to apologise for the incident that triggered nationwide outrage.

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  • Maduro asks for United Nations help on Venezuela medicine shortage
Maduro asks for United Nations help on Venezuela medicine shortage

Although Venezuela has 18 refineries throughout the world and six on its own soil, today most states face a shortage of gasoline that has led to long lines at gas stations around the country. Madura blames the problems facing the people of Venezuala on the sharp decline in oil prices and what he describes as an economic war against his administrati...

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  • Babri Masjid demolition case: SC defers hearing by two weeks
Babri Masjid demolition case: SC defers hearing by two weeks

Moreover, Khaliq Ahmad Khan of the Maulana Mahfuzurrahma pointed out that the BJP leader himself was party to the case. Advani is now in the governing board, while Modi is the Prime Minister of the country and there should not be any reason why Ram temple is not built and to build the temple no instructions of the Supreme Court are required.

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  • Kerala minister AK Saseendran quits over sleaze talk
Kerala minister AK Saseendran quits over sleaze talk

Seventy one-year-old Saseendran, a five time legislator, said "though I have not committed any mistake, I am stepping down to protect dignity of my party and ruling front". "I am convinced that it would be inappropriate for me to continue as Minister in this context", he said. The report said the woman had allegedly approached the minister for some...

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  • Trump shifts blame to conservatives on failure of health care bill
Trump shifts blame to conservatives on failure of health care bill

On Twitter on Sunday, Trump warned: "Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!" Shortly after the president's tweet , his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, said the White House is open to working with Democrats on health care reform.

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  • President Trump Promotes Show Calling For Paul Ryan To Resign
President Trump Promotes Show Calling For Paul Ryan To Resign

Earlier Sunday, Trump attacked conservative lawmakers on Twitter for the failure of the bill. In his campaign, Trump assured his followers that the GOP would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, if he were to win the presidency.

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  • Fight led to Cincinnati nightclub shooting that killed one, wounded 15
Fight led to Cincinnati nightclub shooting that killed one, wounded 15

Investigators say that the shooter's motive remains unclear and that they are interviewing witnesses with no suspects in custody. Cincinnati police tweeted on Sunday morning (26 March) that another 14 other victims had also been shot.

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  • Scuffle breaks out at pro-Trump rally in California
Scuffle breaks out at pro-Trump rally in California

Police arrested several people sat a "Make America Great Again" rally that took place in Huntington Beach, Calif., Saturday, reported The Hill . But Trump's supporters say there still are plenty of problems with Obamacare. KCBS-TV reports that people were arrested after fights broke out during a rally to support President Donald Trump at a Southe...

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  • Central Moscow in Navalny Protest Lockdown - Media Blacked Out
Central Moscow in Navalny Protest Lockdown - Media Blacked Out

Police detained Navalny shortly after 2:00 pm (1100 GMT) as he was walking to the protest, putting him in a police minibus, and the surrounding crowd briefly tried to block it from driving off shouting "Shame!" and "Let him out!" Navalny is known for his anti-corruption campaign, which targeted senior officials close to the Kremlin.

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  • US Coalition Forces Fight Through ISIS Enemy Lines in Syria
US Coalition Forces Fight Through ISIS Enemy Lines in Syria

A letter from ISIS's leadership to a battlefield commander in Syria's Manbij, obtained by Newsweek in October, revealed its orders in the face of defeat: To stay and fight to the death. Sen. John McCain, Republican chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said Wednesday that the White House is considering a plan to partner more closely ...

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  • Turkish minister visits Switzerland amid row
Turkish minister visits Switzerland amid row

Meanwhile, Turkey's main opposition leader, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, has urged Turks to vote no in the referendum, warning that a yes vote could undermine Turkish democratic oversight. I am calling to our kin and brothers there. Switzerland, home to more than 70,000 Turkish nationals, has tried to stay neutral. "On the one hand you say democracy, on...

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  • McCain: North Korea's 'Crazy Fat Kid' Is Not 'Rational'
McCain: North Korea's 'Crazy Fat Kid' Is Not 'Rational'

Malaysian authorities say an independent investigation by North Korea into the assassination of Kim Jong-nam would be an illegal act. Apart from him, the police are also searching for two other suspects: Kwang Hyon-song and Ri Ji-u. Jong Nam, who is the eldest son of former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, was killed at klia2 on Feb 13. Meanwhi...

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  • London attack police officer pictured hours before death
London attack police officer pictured hours before death

PC Palmer , 48, was stabbed to death by Khalid Masood, as the British-born muslim convert launched a terror attack on Parliament that left four dead and injured 40. He then asked Prime Minister Theresa May to honor the officer posthumously for his "gallant" actions. "I am also grateful to the firearms officers who stopped the attacker from hurtin...

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  • Planned Parenthood president: 'Quit the hysteria' about abortion
Planned Parenthood president: 'Quit the hysteria' about abortion

Not only do 57% of FOX News respondents view Planned Parenthood favorably, but that number has increased by 7% since FOX news polled registered voters back in 2015. And when asked if she thinks the abortion rate will increase if the bill passes, she said, "It has every other time and every other place" in countries where abortion was made unava...

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  • Top EU Leaders Commemorate 60th Anniversary of Treaty of Rome
Top EU Leaders Commemorate 60th Anniversary of Treaty of Rome

It built on the pre-existing European Coal and Steel Community, which was founded in the aftermath of the Second World War as a project for peace. Leaders signed a declaration that is created to set out the path for European integration in the next 10 years .

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  • China dismisses 'militarisation' of disputed islands in South China Sea
China dismisses 'militarisation' of disputed islands in South China Sea

Beard also points out there are a list of smaller issues, like access through Customs and labelling, exporters are hoping for movement on. In the new global reality that seems to be tilting towards protectionism and anti-globalization, China and Australia offer a flawless example of how free trade does not lead to tit-for-tat combat, but generate...

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  • US Investigating Whether Its Mosul Airstrikes Caused Mass Civilian Casualties
US Investigating Whether Its Mosul Airstrikes Caused Mass Civilian Casualties

The chairman of Nineveh Provincial Council in Iraq, Bashar al Kiki, told CNN that at least 200 people were killed in the western Mosul neighborhoods of al Jadidah, al Amel and al Yarmouk in airstrikes by the US-led coalition and Iraqi Air Force on March 22 and March 23.

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  • What we know about the Manafort-Deripaska links
What we know about the Manafort-Deripaska links

At Wednesday's White House briefing, Spicer said Trump had no reason to know of Manafort's earlier work. The work a decade ago involved advancing Putin's interests and pushing a strategy to undermine anti-Russian sentiment in former Soviet republics.

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