• United Nations orders Pakistan not to execute Indian man accused of spying
United Nations orders Pakistan not to execute Indian man accused of spying

The court agreed with India's concerns on the matter, since Pakistan has not provided any assurance that Jadhav will not be executed till a final decision is taken by ICJ. "The entire thing was a charade, Pakistan completely blown by this decision.The decision is certainly binding for both states", the court said. "Pakistan has been badly exposed...

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  • The Rock Is Leading President Trump in 2020 Election Polls
The Rock Is Leading President Trump in 2020 Election Polls

Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) 49 percent to 39 percent, Sen. Al Franken (46/38), and Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) 46 percent to 39 percent. Johnson has spoken at the Republican National Convention in the past and declined to endorse either Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016.

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  • Four people missing after small plane disappears over Bermuda Triangle
Four people missing after small plane disappears over Bermuda Triangle

Ulrich, owns Xootr LLC, which makes scooters and is also the technical director of Radon Sport LLC, which works on race cars, according to his LinkedIn page. "I keep hoping it's not real and I'll wake up", Ramsey told the Daily News on Wednesday. The Coast Guard searched for the plane on Tuesday but found no trace of it.

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  • Sheriff David Clarke Says He Will Join Department of Homeland Security
Sheriff David Clarke Says He Will Join Department of Homeland Security

A formal announcement of Clarke's appointment hasn't been made yet by the Trump Administration. CNN contributor Margaret Hoover, a former adviser to the department, said: "I actually worked in the Department of Homeland Security with people who took the job and the post incredibly seriously, and this ...

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  • Trump, Netanyahu spoke via phone amid talk of intelligence leak
Trump, Netanyahu spoke via phone amid talk of intelligence leak

Trump said at a news conference with Netanyahu in February that his administration was looking at moving the embassy "with great care". In a related development, INN reported on Sunday that Approximately 30 C-17 US transport aircraft will land in Israel, carrying hundreds of tons of equipment, cars, and people in preparation for US President ...

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  • City of Montreal declares state of emergency from flooding
City of Montreal declares state of emergency from flooding

Hundreds of homes have been swamped in Rigaud in the past three weeks. In total, almost 150 municipalities across Quebec have been affected by the floods. The measure will remain in place at least until this afternoon. Across Quebec, almost 1,900 homes have already been flooded across 126 towns and cities, CBC quoted authorities as saying.

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  • New Mexico mosquitoes capable of transmitting the Zika virus
New Mexico mosquitoes capable of transmitting the Zika virus

To help keep their numbers down, Californians should frequently check for, and eliminate, water-filled containers, clean and scrub bird baths and pet watering dishes, and dump water from dishes under potted plants. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains a list of countries with active Zika virus transmission on their we...

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  • Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins
Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins

Australia is considering following the United States and Britain in banning laptops from inbound airliner cabins, the prime minister said, but declined to explain whether the move was related to an Islamic State group threat that President Donald Trump discussed with Russian diplomats.

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  • Turkey Refuses German Lawmakers Access To Incirlik Air Base
Turkey Refuses German Lawmakers Access To Incirlik Air Base

However, the Daily Sabah reported German media claims that the reason for the refusal of the visit request is related to Germany's decision to grant asylum to 250 Gülenist diplomats and soldiers who served in a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation base in Germany.

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  • Ransomware WannaCry to attack Indian banking system soon: Cyber expert
Ransomware WannaCry to attack Indian banking system soon: Cyber expert

But he also blamed the governments. "One such incident pertains to 18 computers of Andhra Pradesh Police, and apart from that, there are five other cases". Experts also pointed out how there is no legal provision that makes reporting of a cyber-breach mandatory for a corporate firm. The malicious software hit tens of thousands of systems in hos...

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  • Would Trump request to end Flynn probe have broken law?
Would Trump request to end Flynn probe have broken law?

He said the House will pursue its investigation "regardless of which party is in the White House". Watch the "America's Newsroom" discussion above. When asked by email if Trump's comments amounted to obstruction of justice Tribe said, "I believe it does, quite strongly". But it's far from the Watergate scandal that took down former president R...

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  • Ousted FBI director James Comey is willing to testify
Ousted FBI director James Comey is willing to testify

Not to mention Congress, which has its own investigations underway. A felony obstruction of justice criminalizes a wide range of activities. John Conyers and Elijah Cummings, both Democrats, on Friday requested copies of any such recordings from the White House counsel.

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  • Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning
Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning

Marzuki Ali, chief investigator for the Shariah police, asked the men, ages 20 and 23, shortly after they were taken to the police station in March. The sentence handed down by the judges exceeded the 80 lashes requested by the prosecutors.

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  • Maguiresbridge bodies: Death of woman treated as murder
Maguiresbridge bodies: Death of woman treated as murder

She is believed to have been stabbed by Phair, who had a history of violence. "The deaths of the woman and man in Maguiresbride is a tragedy". "She had a son with Downs Syndrome, and when you saw Concepta you saw him". They cordoned off the area as a major forensics operation was launched, which continued late into yesterday. Her son Conor, w...

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  • INX Media case: CBI raids house of Peter Mukerjea in Mumbai
INX Media case: CBI raids house of Peter Mukerjea in Mumbai

The Central Bureau of Investigation today raided the residence of former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti Chidambaram. Unconfirmed reports said the raids were also on at Karaikudi, the hometown of Chidambaram. He claimed that Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj allegedly helpe...

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  • New round of Syria peace talks restart in Geneva
New round of Syria peace talks restart in Geneva

The discussions at the sixth round of talks mediated by Mistura will focus on a new Constitution, governance, elections and the fight against terrorism. The HNC has insisted the president's ouster must be part of any political transition, a demand unacceptable to the Syrian government. "De Mistura has been working on it".

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  • North Korea: US and South Korea tried to assassinate Kim Jong Un
North Korea: US and South Korea tried to assassinate Kim Jong Un

These assertions from Pyongyang often appear like the pot calling the kettle black. KCNA has a track record of allegations of plots to assassinate North Korea's leadership, none of which have been verified. It was not clear whether North Korea was taking stock of their options. The North regularly issues threats of military action without followi...

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  • China presses South Korea on THAAD missile system
China presses South Korea on THAAD missile system

The North has staged two atomic tests and dozens of missile launches since previous year in its quest to deliver a nuclear warhead to "imperialist enemy" the US. "I hope Russian Federation will play a constructive role to help place North Korea back on the track to denuclearization". The industrial park was shut down by the South Korean government ...

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  • Wall Street closes with record highs, oil prices go up
Wall Street closes with record highs, oil prices go up

EDT on Tuesday, with the U.S. Energy Information Administration report due at 10:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday. And with oil prices struggling to gain much momentum, analysts are widely expecting the group to prolong the accord for at least another six months to help balance the market.

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  • S. Korea's Moon to send delegation to China amid frayed ties
S. Korea's Moon to send delegation to China amid frayed ties

Moon came to power with a promise to review the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system, which is opposed by China but is being deployed as a show of strength against continued provocation by the North.

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