• Will Yogi Adiyanath star in BJP's Gujarat campaign?

    Will Yogi Adiyanath star in BJP's Gujarat campaign?

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    While BJP president Amit Shah was in attendance on Tuesday, Yogi Adityanath joined in on Wednesday and in an exclusive interview to Zee News, minced no words against the CPM government. It's this that will help the party build bridges with Kerala society, not feeding the internecine Left-Right conflict. "It is the RSS and its goons who are responsible for disturbing communal harmony in Kerala, but the people have not allowed them to succeed", Karat added.
  • Would Stricter Gun Control Laws Have Prevented Mandalay Bay Massacre?

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    Marilou Danley, named a person of interest in the investigation into the massacre, has been located and is not believed to be involved "at this time", law enforcement officials told reporters Monday morning. Last week, after Democrats had criticized the possibility of a vote on this bill , Duncan accused House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi of "spreading misinformation" about the plan .
  • Tennessee chemical plant blast caught on camera

    Tennessee chemical plant blast caught on camera

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    It later removed the precautionary shelter in place except for those within a one-half-mile radius. A vantage point from October 4, 1960 following an explosion at Eastman Chemical Co. According to a statement from the company, there was a "process upset in the goal gasification area" of the facility. The firm told CBS that no employees were injured but they were told to shelter in place.
  • Two-day national convention of SP to be held in Taj City

    Two-day national convention of SP to be held in Taj City

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    A report by Press Trust of India said that the party's constitution too was amended to extend the tenure of the party chief to five years from the existing three years. Since Akhilesh took the presidentship in Jan this year he has been facing ideological differences with his father Mulayam Singh Yadav and his uncle Shivpal Yadav.
  • We don't need European Union membership anymore: Turkey's president

    We don't need European Union membership anymore: Turkey's president

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    Over the year since the coup attempt, some 50,000 people, including teachers and journalists, have been remanded in custody, and 170,000 suspects investigated for alleged links to US-based cleric Fetullah Gulen. The EU can temporarily suspend negotiations with Turkey if a majority of its member states back such a proposal, which can be initiated by the European Commission or by one third of the member states.
  • Case against actor for his anti-Modi remarks

    Case against actor for his anti-Modi remarks

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    Additionally, he also criticised the Prime Minister for being silent on the murder of right-wing critic Gauri Lankesh, and for not denouncing those who were rejoicing the killing. "When you act as if you don't know anything, do you think I or people will buy it?" But yes, coming to the point, I would like to own up to certain things.
  • NY gun laws do not allow 'bump stocks'

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    Bump stocks hit the market about a decade ago. The government gave its seal of approval to selling them in 2010 after concluding that they did not violate federal law. Manufacturers tout the stocks, some of which sell for less than $200, as offering a simple and affordable alternative to automatic weapons without the hassle of a rigorous background check and other restrictions.
  • Iraqi Army Launches Offensive to Free Daesh-Held Hawija in Kirkuk

    Iraqi Army Launches Offensive to Free Daesh-Held Hawija in Kirkuk

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    Iraqi forces pushed into the Islamic State group stronghold of Hawija on Wednesday and seized some territory, stepping up their assault against one of the jihadists' last enclaves in the country. The region, where tens of thousands of civilians live, has been under the militant group's control since 2014. Isis' control in Iraq effectively collapsed in July, when its de facto capital, the city of Mosul , was recaptured by coalition forces after a gruelling nine-month-long battle.
  • UN Investigation Finds Egypt Bought Weapons from North Korea

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    Moreover, the Washington Post noted that Egypt bought the shipment of anti-tanks missiles for a reported cost of 23 million dollars, according to anonymous United States sources and other western officials quoted in the article. All were North Korean copies of a rocket warhead known as the PG-7, a variant of a Soviet munition first built in the 1960s, the Post report said.
  • United States intercepts Egypt-North Korea arms shipment

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    When it reached the Suez Canal , customs agents boarded the ship and found more than 24,000 North Korean rocket-propelled grenades, the newspaper reported. To top it all off, they like to rip off their customers-the rocket grenades on the Jie Shun dated to the 1960s, but were stamped with March 2016 manufacturing dates.
  • Las Vegas Shooting: What We Know so Far

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    Concertgoers have also spoken of the relentless gunfire as Stephen Paddock, 64, shot at the 22,000-strong crowd from a room at the Mandalay Bay casino on the Las Vegas Strip. In Connecticut, officials who have been fighting for stricter gun control laws in the years since the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School are calling for action on gun control following the shooting.
  • How North Korea Sells Illegal Arms, Despite Sanctions

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    After the United Nations report, the Donald Trump administration reportedly decided in July to withhold $290 in military aid cut out for Egypt over its military deals with North Korea . All were North Korean copies of a rocket warhead known as the PG-7, a variant of a Soviet munition first built in the 1960s, according to the Washington Post .