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Karti Chidambaram allowed to travel to United Kingdom from December 1 to 10. A Bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra permitted Mr. Karti to travel overseas from December 1 to 10 after taking into consideration certain suggestions placed before it by the Central Bureau of Investigation.
  • 20 hurt in explosions, fire at cosmetics factory

    20 hurt in explosions, fire at cosmetics factory

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    The explosion happened at around 10:15 a.m. Monday in the north section of Verla International - a business that makes cosmetics, primarily nail polish. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration hit the plant with nine violations earlier this year, according to NBC. Six of the violations were classified as serious, NBC said.
  • China offers to mediate dialogue between Bangladesh, Myanmar

    China offers to mediate dialogue between Bangladesh, Myanmar

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    In a reply to a tweet on November 18, Philippine Permanent Representative to the UN Teodoro Locsin Jr. said he will "push for abstention" when the resolution goes to the plenary of the UN General Assembly. Beijing covets access to Myanmar's western coast for ports and pipelines including in Rakhine state, where Chinese businesses are spending billions of dollars.
  • Amsterdam, Paris to host key European Union agencies after Brexit

    Amsterdam, Paris to host key European Union agencies after Brexit

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    The moves will impact nearly 1,000 jobs and transfer millions in annual funding from London to two new cities. Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney was due to arrive in the city this morning to participate in the vote, which has drawn comparisons with the Eurovision Song Contest, as competing nations attempt to drum up support for their bids from neighbours and allies.
  • Coast Guard Rescues 4 Men From Boat In Raritan Bay

    Coast Guard Rescues 4 Men From Boat In Raritan Bay

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    Friday, watchstanders from Sector St. Petersburg received a report from the wife of Fraser Horne, 63, from Calgary, Canada, and resident of Cortez during the winter, stating her husband was overdue. Crews from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Holmes Beach Police Department, Manatee County Sheriff's Office, and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission assisted in the search.
  • Trump unlikely to lift ban on elephant trophies, calls it

    Trump unlikely to lift ban on elephant trophies, calls it "horror show"

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    Amid a flurry of criticism, Trump tweeted Friday that he was putting the decision on hold. "Under study for years". Under the administration of former USA president Obama, the trophies collected from elephant-hunting were permitted in Namibia and South Africa, but not in Zimbabwe as the Unites States Fish and Wild Life Services planned that the country had failed manifest that its elephant management did enhance the population.
  • Russian Federation probe hits DOJ with request for documents about Comey firing

    Russian Federation probe hits DOJ with request for documents about Comey firing

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    That letter became significant for investigators on Mueller's team who were interested in whether Trump fired Comey in an attempt to thwart the FBI-led Russian Federation inquiry, The Washington Post reported at the time . Among those is White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, who was present in the Oval Office when Trump discussed the original draft letter explaining the reasons for firing Comey.
  • Arizona Cardinals vs Houston Texans: Good, bad, ugly

    Arizona Cardinals vs Houston Texans: Good, bad, ugly

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    The Cardinals (4-6) couldn't run the ball for a second straight week. The Texans held the Cardinals to 3-for-10 on third down (30%) and under 60 rushing yards. "I don't know how many yards we ran for, but obviously we have to be balanced", Fitzgerald said. This loss pretty much dismisses any chance of the Cardinals making the playoffs, as they have tough games coming up against the Jacksonville Jaguars , Los Angeles Rams , and the Seattle Seahawks before the end of the season.
  • Libya slave footage sparks outrage

    Libya slave footage sparks outrage

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    The International Organization for Migration estimates that there are 700,000 to one million migrants in Libya , and more than 2,000 have died at sea this year. The gathering led to clashes between demonstrators and security forces. The images have triggered outrage from African leaders and calls for an inquiry .
  • Trump to declare North Korea as state sponsor of terror

    Trump to declare North Korea as state sponsor of terror

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    He called it a long overdue step and part of the U.S. Ri referred to Trump's tweet Saturday that said: "Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. "Trump had better pay heed to the despicable plight of his country, the dark empire of evils under worldwide criticism, before poking his nose into others' things", the piece read.
  • Family with 'F__k Trump' truck speaks outside justice center

    Family with 'F__k Trump' truck speaks outside justice center

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    Fonseca's trouble with Nehls all started last week when a picture of the vehicle - which technically belongs to her husband, but which she clearly sometimes drives - went viral after the Sheriff posted it to his Facebook page. Nehls". We're getting more positive than negative. "Our Prosecutor has informed us she would accept Disorderly Conduct charges regarding it, but I feel we could come to an agreement regarding a modification to it", Nehls wrote in his message, which was basically a thinly ...
  • Iraq's supreme court rules Kurdistan succession 'unconstitutional'

    Iraq's supreme court rules Kurdistan succession 'unconstitutional'

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    Following the ballot, Iraq's government seized disputed territory, including the oil-rich province of Kirkuk. A Kurdish legal source confirmed to Asharq Al-Awsat that there was some kind of agreement between the federal and regional authorities to resolve the referendum crisis by turning the matter to the Federal Court.
  • 20 dead as truck carrying coal crushes van in Khairpur

    20 dead as truck carrying coal crushes van in Khairpur

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    All the passengers in the van were labourers, Express Tribune reported. The rescue teams and Rangers reached the accident site and started rescue operations. The van had to be cut open after the truck on top of it was removed with the help of cranes. Police and rescue officials said the death toll could rise as the some injured were in precarious condition.
  • Israel fires 'warning shot' amid Syrian border activity

    Israel fires 'warning shot' amid Syrian border activity

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    IDF tank fires at Syrian army position in response to another breach of the ceasefire on the Golan Heights . The IDF fired upon Syrian army positions Sunday evening near the Israeli border in the Golan Heights on Sunday, the IDF spokesperson's office reported.
  • Franken cut from PBS special honoring David Letterman

    Franken cut from PBS special honoring David Letterman

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    Al Franken participated in the event, but will not appear substantially in the PBS program airing nationally Monday evening, ' according to a statement from Cecily Van Praagh, a spokeswoman for WETA, the Washington, D.C. "And the fact that my own actions have given people a good reason to doubt that makes me feel ashamed", he added. Bill Cosby, who has been accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women, still has his own Mark Twain Prize.
  • Shia Board proposes temple in Ayodhya, mosque in Lucknow

    Shia Board proposes temple in Ayodhya, mosque in Lucknow

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    The top court had earlier suggested that an out-of-court settlement was the best recourse to the dispute. The Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board had last month announced that it will gift 10 silver arrows if the 100-metre tall Lord Ram statue is built in Ayodhya .