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Dhanoa said on Thursday. "We need 42 squadrons to fight a full spectrum war, but that doesn't mean we are not capable of fighting a two front-war". In a tragic incident, an Mi-17 chopper of the Indian Air Force on Friday crashed near Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, killing 7 personnel on board.
  • After Las Vegas shooting, top House Republicans open to restricting 'bump stocks'

    After Las Vegas shooting, top House Republicans open to restricting 'bump stocks'

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    Gruesome videos from the Las Vegas shooting revealed the attacker was able to fire at a rate comparable to an automatic weapon, which are illegal to sell in the United States. "So I really see that for the first time we may have a chance at getting a bipartisan solution to this great challenge". Florida Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo is planning to introduce legislation Thursday to ban the sale of them.
  • White House Rolls Back Obamacare Birth-Control Mandates

    White House Rolls Back Obamacare Birth-Control Mandates

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    The new move is expected to go further, making that workaround optional for employers and potentially leaving millions of women responsible for the out-of-pocket costs of their birth control, according to Planned Parenthood . Health care providers and activists who oppose the new rules, however, say they could provide opportunities for many employers to end the coverage just to save money.
  • Kane to captain England against Slovenia

    Kane to captain England against Slovenia

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    We played a team who made it really hard for us to create chances. We have a huge test on Monday night against the Republic of Ireland. ENGLAND striker Harry Kane is confident he will not be weighed down by the added responsibility of being named captain for today's World Cup qualifier against Slovenia at Wembley.
  • 4th Green Beret soldier missing after Niger ambush has been found dead

    4th Green Beret soldier missing after Niger ambush has been found dead

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    The two injured United States soldiers had been evacuated to the Landstuhul Regional Medical Centre in Germany and were in a stable condition, it added. John Kelly had briefed President Donald Trump on the incident. "One aspect of that is training, advising and assisting the Nigeriens in order to increase their ability to bring stability and security to their people".
  • Yum China gains after establishing dividend, detailing CEO succession plan

    Yum China gains after establishing dividend, detailing CEO succession plan

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    The firm owned 9,606 shares of the restaurant operator's stock after selling 285 shares during the period. Brands were worth $614,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. On average, equities analysts forecast that Yum! Brands will post $2.81 EPS for the current year. Brands's dividend payout ratio is now 29.93%. (NYSE: YUMC ) that has shown a discernible change in trend levels over the path of recent market activity.
  • State colleges, universities have proposal to accept students from hurricane-ravaged islands

    State colleges, universities have proposal to accept students from hurricane-ravaged islands

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    Thursday, the campaign got a boost from City Municipal Judge candidate Mark Hanni. Meanwhile, Puerto Rico's treasury secretary says the troubled US territory may soon face a devastating government shutdown. FCC staff will help coordinate network fix activities to ensure that the greatest coverage is available to the most people. To some extent the residents of Vieques have taken matters into their own hands.
  • Daesh claims responsibility for Pakistan's shrine blast

    Daesh claims responsibility for Pakistan's shrine blast

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    The bodies and the injured were shifted to nearby hospitals including Sibi, Nasirabad, and other hospitals. District Police Officer Jhal Magsi Mohammad Iqbal has confirmed that it was a suicide blast, the bomber had tried to enter the shrine but a security guard stopped him, after which the attacker detonated the explosives.
  • Saudi Aramco IPO on track for 2018

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    Powerful Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih confirmed the listing will happen "in due course", despite recent reports it could be delayed. The plan to float around 5 percent of Aramco in an initial public offering (IPO) is a centerpiece of Vision 2030 , a wide-ranging reform plan to diversify the Saudi economy beyond oil which is being championed by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
  • House Panel Approves $10 Billion to Fund Border Wall

    House Panel Approves $10 Billion to Fund Border Wall

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    The border wall just conquered its first obstacle after the House Homeland Security Committee approved $10 billion in funds for it. President Donald Trump says he is willing to risk a government shutdown if it gets him the funding he needs to create a wall on the border with Mexico.
  • Jose Mourinho 'plans to rest Antonio Valencia'

    Jose Mourinho 'plans to rest Antonio Valencia'

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    The former Chelsea boss attended a ceremony on Tuesday to mark the event, with the local authority renaming the former Rua da Saude road as "Avenida Jose Mourinho ". "Setubal is still the only city where I feel like myself, Ze, Ze Mario.Where people treat me normally and make me feel good". "I feel no stress".
  • 6 on the Richter Scale near Fukushima

    6 on the Richter Scale near Fukushima

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    As well as causing damage to Fukushima , the 2011 quake - along with the tsunami and landslides which followed it - killed almost 16,000 people in the country. At least 275 people - including around 20 children - were killed when the huge tremor struck near the town of Raboso, about 75 miles southeast of the capital.
  • Las Vegas shooting: Girlfriend of Stephen Paddock denies knowledge of the attack

    Las Vegas shooting: Girlfriend of Stephen Paddock denies knowledge of the attack

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    His movements raised the possibility he was contemplating attacks at those sites. Mangrobang said local immigration authorities have been cooperating with USA officials on the investigation. Paddock's brother Eric told reporters the $100,000 transfer was evidence that "Steve took care of the people he loved", and that he likely wanted to protect Danley by sending her overseas before the attack.
  • United States and South Korea Agree to Ammend Trade Deal

    United States and South Korea Agree to Ammend Trade Deal

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    North Korea acknowledged restarting operations in Kaesong, the former jointly operated factory park where South Korean firms employed North Korean laborers to produce consumer products. The 250-kilometer (160-mile) border defined in a 1953 armistice lays bare one obvious peril of any confrontation: The demilitarized zone sits on the doorstep of the Seoul metropolitan area, where about half of South Korea's 51 million people live.
  • Man stabbed after fight near McDonald's

    Man stabbed after fight near McDonald's

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    There's a family on the other side of the world who will be getting news that someone they love left home and is not coming home the way they expected them to. There's no road crossing at the scene of the killing and police are investigating if the German man and friend were walking over the road when the argument began.
  • Las Vegas Shooter Reported to Have Eyed Locations in Boston, Chicago

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    Michigan Av., for August 1 through August 6. When Paddock checked into the Mandalay Bay on September 28, he specifically requested an upper-floor room with a view of the Route 91 Harvest music festival, according to a person who has seen hotel records turned over to investigators and spoke on condition of anonymity.