• Kerala Rains: 22 Killed in Landslide Due to Flood, Train Services Disrupted
Kerala Rains: 22 Killed in Landslide Due to Flood, Train Services Disrupted

In view of the devastation, the USA embassy Thursday advised its citizens to avoid the areas affected and constantly monitor local media for weather updates. Army has deployed over 200 personnel at Ayannkulu , Idukki and Wayanad and about 150 are headed for Kozikode and Mallapuram. "The haphazard development along the streams has affected th...

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  • Republican US Senator delivers letter from Trump to Putin
Republican US Senator delivers letter from Trump to Putin

In a release, his office said the letter was given to representatives of Putin because the Russian president has been out of Moscow all week. The delivery of the letter comes just three weeks after the Helsinki summit between Trump and Putin that was pilloried by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.

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  • North Korea lashes out at USA diplomats for not dropping sanctions
North Korea lashes out at USA diplomats for not dropping sanctions

They imported North Korean coal or pig iron in seven separate cases between April and October a year ago to five South Korean ports, on the Jin Ao, Rich Vigor, Shining Rich and other vessels, the customs office said. Some North Korean analysts remain sceptical about recent developments in negotiations, however. "The issue guarantees a parliamenta...

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  • Saudi Arabia to suspend Toronto flights as spat with Canada continues
Saudi Arabia to suspend Toronto flights as spat with Canada continues

Local media also reported that the country has been instructed not to transfer its patients to Canada for medical treatment. "Any other attempt to interfere with our internal affairs from Canada, means that we are allowed to interfere in Canada's internal affairs, " the Saudi government said .

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  • Atleast 50 dead in Yemen airstrikes, United Nations calls for independent investigation
Atleast 50 dead in Yemen airstrikes, United Nations calls for independent investigation

It comes as the Saudi-led coalition that launched the missile announced it will investigate the deadly strike to help "clarify their circumstances" following the attack. Verification is still ongoing and the charity says the figure could rise. More than 22 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance and more than half of the country's hea...

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  • At least four dead in Canada shooting
At least four dead in Canada shooting

Thank you for your patience as we continue to work at this active incident. At about 8.45am, police said that they had one suspect in custody. The circumstances of the events leading up to the shooting are unclear at this point. One person is in custody, they said, and there was no further threat to the public. More recently on July 22, a man...

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  • British PM May, others flay Boris Johnson for ‘Islamophobic’ remarks
British PM May, others flay Boris Johnson for ‘Islamophobic’ remarks

Karim said that, as a result, "the Conservative party today has to decide whether it will be a genuine one nation political force or an English nationalist movement". It was the wrong language to use. "The party chairman, the prime minister has the right to take the whip. that's the thing I'd like to see". "I think that this wasn't an off-the...

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  • Manafort team attacks star witness over affair, fraud and 'so many lies'
Manafort team attacks star witness over affair, fraud and 'so many lies'

Instead, prosecutors for Mueller have accuse Manafort of hiding at least $30 million that he earned while representing Russia's neighboring country of Ukraine and its president, Viktor Yanukovych, an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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  • Indonesia applies hotel charge discounts for tourists affected by quake in Lombok
Indonesia applies hotel charge discounts for tourists affected by quake in Lombok

The hiker who perished was reportedly struck and killed by falling rocks and debris. The U.S. Geological Survey said the epicenter of the 6.4 magnitude quake was 0.8 miles west of Lelongken, Indonesia, and had a depth of 4.4 miles. The 6.4 magnitude quake struck early on Sunday not far from the base of the mountain. Among the dead are one Mal...

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  • US imposes sanctions on Russia for nerve agent attack in UK
US imposes sanctions on Russia for nerve agent attack in UK

On March 4, Sergei Skripal , 66, who had been convicted in Russia for spying for the United Kingdom but later swapped for Russian intelligence officers, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were found unconscious on a bench near the Maltings shopping center in Salisbury.

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  • Baby among three killed in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza
Baby among three killed in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza

The Israeli press reported that nine Israelis had been injured. A statement from the military wing of Hamas, the Islamist group that runs Gaza, claimed responsibility for the rockets. Two homes in Sderot were also reportedly hit by the shrapnel and several cars were damaged. Palestinians militants have also fired rockets into Israel and the Isr...

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  • Another strong quake hits Indonesia's Lombok, witnesses say buildings have collapsed
Another strong quake hits Indonesia's Lombok, witnesses say buildings have collapsed

At least 347 people have been confirmed dead after a 6.9-magnitude quake struck off the coast of Indonesia , according to local media, citing an emergency official. The West Sumatra government has donated one tonne of its most famous culinary export, beef rendang - a slow-cooked coconut curry. Some evacuees have complained of being ignored or ex...

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  • Sen. Rand Paul Invites Russian Lawmakers To Visit The Capitol
Sen. Rand Paul Invites Russian Lawmakers To Visit The Capitol

U.S. Senator Rand Paul asks a question during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Washington , DC on July 25, 2018. At the beginning of July, a group of USA senators met with Russian officials ahead of the Helsinki summit between Trump and Putin. Additionally, the continued consensus of the Un...

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  • Britain to request extradition of suspected Novichok attackers from Russian Federation
Britain to request extradition of suspected Novichok attackers from Russian Federation

They joined the movement and actions of two Russians, from their arrival in Britain before the departure", - the newspaper notes. The request will reignite the simmering diplomatic row with Russian Federation, which is certain to reject it, prompting another round of tit-for-tat diplomatic expulsions.

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  • Death toll in Lombok quake hits 131, over 156000 displaced
Death toll in Lombok quake hits 131, over 156000 displaced

The authorities have appealed for more medical personnel and basic supplies. A man who narrowly escaped from the Jabal Nur mosque that collapsed during an natural disaster in Lombok on Sunday evening says there were about 100 people praying inside when the quake struck and though many got out, dozens were buried in the rubble .

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  • Hamas Leaders Approve 'Gradual' Cease-Fire Deal with Israel
Hamas Leaders Approve 'Gradual' Cease-Fire Deal with Israel

Member of the political bureau of Hamas Husam Badran, center, speaks at the Israel-Gaza border, east of Gaza city on August 3, 2018. News about the death of a Palestinian teen who succumbed to wounds sustained by Israeli forces during the recent protests at Gaza border hit the front pages of three Arabic Palestinian dailies on Sunday.

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  • Donald Trump warns world against business with Iran as sanctions return
Donald Trump warns world against business with Iran as sanctions return

Rouhani in a meeting with visiting North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-hu on Wednesday again criticized the US for its withdrawal from the nuclear deal. Mohammad Javad Zarif told the Iran newspaper that President Donald Trump's goal of forcing the rest of the world not to buy Iranian oil was impossible.

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  • Israel’s Mossad suspected of assassinating Syria weapons chief
Israel’s Mossad suspected of assassinating Syria weapons chief

A senior Syrian rocket scientist blown up by a auto bomb on Saturday was assassinated by the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, according to a new account quoting informed Middle East intelligence sources . Asbar headed the Maysaf research centre in Hama, which was hit by Israeli air strikes last month and in September past year, the Observatory ...

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  • Texas College Student Takes Graduation Photos With Giant Alligator
Texas College Student Takes Graduation Photos With Giant Alligator

Over the past several months, Noland has been training with Tex - under the careful supervision of alligator experts. "It's just like how your dog would treat you if you treat him well", Noland told The Eagle. "When I'm telling Tex to "come here" using a hand motion I will reward him, tickle his nose and toss food in his mouth". Internet users ...

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  • US finalizes next China tariff list targeting $16 billion in imports
US finalizes next China tariff list targeting $16 billion in imports

China's exports soared in July, showing little impact from United States tariffs, as Washington finalises more duties on Chinese imports. Chinese imports of goods and services into the United States a year ago amounted to almost $524 billion.

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