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The RSS worker who has been killed has identified as Anand. As per the reports, Anand was out on bail, accused in the murder case of CPM worker. Though he was rushed to hospital, his life could not be saved, police said. A series of political murders have been taking place in Kerala since the LDF came to power in May 2016, with both the BJP and the CPM blaming each other for the deaths.
  • Pentagon confirms rare, three aircraft carrier drill November 11-14

    Pentagon confirms rare, three aircraft carrier drill November 11-14

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    The drills on Saturday will begin during the final leg of Trump's five-nation Asia tour amid mounting tension with North Korea in the wake of Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs development. Since taking office, Trump has vowed to expand the fleet of USA carriers, even as some military strategists and experts believe the massive ships would be increasingly vulnerable to modern Chinese and Russian weapons in any conflict.
  • Talks to salvage Pacific trade pact underway

    Talks to salvage Pacific trade pact underway

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    Talks - often heated - have been held on the sidelines of an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in the Vietnamese resort of Danang, where Trump and other leaders held their main meeting on Saturday. (Front L-R) Chile's President Michelle Bachelet, China's President Xi Jinping, Vietnam's President Tran Dai Quang, Indonesia's President Joko Widodo, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, South Korea's President Moon Jae-in, (back L-R) Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, Philippines' ...
  • Missing convicted rapist apprehended in Binghamton

    Missing convicted rapist apprehended in Binghamton

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    The state department of corrections has announced the arrest of Ronald Cook, 66, a paroled rapist they say cut off his Global Positioning System ankle monitor on November 8th. He is a registered Level 3 sex offender. Cook was caught by officers with the Binghamton Police Department late Saturday afternoon and is being held in Broome County jail as a parole violator, according to state officials.
  • Veterans Day Parade in downtown Rapid City

    Veterans Day Parade in downtown Rapid City

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    Thousands wearing red, white and blue honored local veterans Saturday during the Veterans Day parade in downtown Inverness. Navy Veteran Steve Minder says, "It's nice to see we have, we live in a very unique country". "Every race, every creed, the military brings them together", Gov. Bevin said. "It's a great recognition of (veterans') past and their accomplishments", he said.
  • Smog crisis: Punjab govt tweets to Amarinder Singh urging ban stubble burning

    Smog crisis: Punjab govt tweets to Amarinder Singh urging ban stubble burning

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    And Singh rebuffed him, reiterating that Punjab is "helpless". Punjab CM Amarinder Singh of the Congress party acknowledged his tweet, shared his concern but said only the central government could help find a solution to the problem as his state did not have the required resources to compensate farmers and deter them from stubble burning .
  • Indianapolis McDonald's manager attacked over chicken nuggets

    Indianapolis McDonald's manager attacked over chicken nuggets

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    A video shows a customer hanging out of a McDonald's drive-thru window, throwing punches at an employee inside. That's when the driver and a passenger jumped through the window and attacked the manager. They picked up their order but returned moments later to complain that they weren't given the correct number of Chicken McNuggets. "I couldn't even imagine being one of the workers and seeing somebody coming into that window like that".
  • Chung powers into Next Gen semifinals

    Chung powers into Next Gen semifinals

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    Rublev, the tournament's top seed, won 4-1, 3-4 (8), 4-3 (2), 0-4, 4-3 (3) in a match that took two hours and one minute. "The score looks easy, but it was not easy on the court". "I think it was really physical", Coric said. Shapovalov was eliminated after finishing the round robin 1-2. After dropping the first set and trailing in the second, Chung found his groove to win 3-4 (5), 4-3 (2), 4-2, 4-2.
  • Northern Lights in UK TONIGHT: Where can you see the Aurora Borealis?

    Northern Lights in UK TONIGHT: Where can you see the Aurora Borealis?

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    To see the aurora you need a strong solar wind, which we have, but you also need clear and dark skies - it can't be seen in daylight or with light pollution. According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the lights will be visible from around 9pm to 6am over the next few nights.
  • 'CBI probing second student's role in Pradyuman murder'

    'CBI probing second student's role in Pradyuman murder'

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    So, the accused has been sent to an observation home in Faridabad till November 22. Meanwhile, father of the accused minor claimed that his son was being tortured. CBI on Friday also issued a clean chit to the bus conductor who was arrested by Gurugram Police in relation to the murder. The CBI has denied the allegations.
  • Traffic cop suspended for towing away auto with woman, baby inside

    Traffic cop suspended for towing away auto with woman, baby inside

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    A video of the incident, which took place in Malad West on Friday, is doing the rounds on social media. Ms Male also Stated to media that two other cars which are parked in same place where not picked, but her auto was chosen for towing which did not stop even after protests from Public who warned that something inconvenient could happen to both the woman and the child.
  • Bahrain Oil Pipeline Blaze Brought Under Control

    Bahrain Oil Pipeline Blaze Brought Under Control

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    Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Bin Abdullah al-Khalifa described the incident as "an act of sabotage and a risky act of terrorism aimed at harming supreme interests of the homeland and safety of the people". According to an official statement, Bahrain's Minister of Interior explained that Civil Defense dealt with the fire from the very first moment and was able to control it in record time.
  • Russian skiers get life ban from Olympics over alleged doping use

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    Despite repeated calls for Russia to cooperate with worldwide bodies to stamp out doping, Russian authorities have always denied the state's role in the scandal. In announcing the acquisition of the data, WADA chairman Craig Reedie said it "serves to reinforce our requirement of Russian authorities that they too publicly accept the outcomes".
  • Villagers In Niger Reveal New Details Surrounding The Ambush Of US Troops

    Villagers In Niger Reveal New Details Surrounding The Ambush Of US Troops

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    Among the unanswered questions is whether the commando unit was carrying out its assigned mission at the time of the ambush, which also left five Nigerien soldiers dead. This information comes to light as US officials continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the deadly ambush. The villagers' accounts come as the Niger operation is under intense scrutiny in the United States, with lawmakers expressing concern that they have received insufficient or conflicting information about ...
  • AJK rightfully belongs to Pakistan, says Abdullah

    AJK rightfully belongs to Pakistan, says Abdullah

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    He also said that India must accede to Kashmir's autonomy, " the government (must) conclude that an autonomy will be given to us as well as them ( PoK )". Hours after India appointed Sharma to hold talks with Kashmiri stakeholders, Abdullah had suggested that the interlocutor should hold talks with Pakistan as well.
  • Tillerson: US Has 2-3 Channels with N. Korea

    Tillerson: US Has 2-3 Channels with N. Korea

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    He said "every single step the North Korea regime takes toward more weapons is a step it takes into greater and greater danger". "We hope to God we never have to use" the United States' full military capabilities, he added. In that sense, the 60-day freeze is a low bar for Kim Jong Un, who prefers to launch during the spring when the US and South Korea engage in their annual military drills.