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In addition to JuD, the list also includes LeT itself, the Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation (FIF), the Paasban-i-Ahle-Hadith and Pasban-i-Kashmir, among others, the paper said. Also, SECP warned the individuals and entities of monetary penalty in case of non-compliance. However, he was released in November after the Lahore High Court refused to extend the period of his confinement.
  • Dangerously cold wind chills expected tonight

    Dangerously cold wind chills expected tonight

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    With the continuation of the unsafe cold it's especially important to dress appropriately when outside. As cold, Arctic air continues to build into the region it's always important to watch out for the symptoms of both hypothermia and frostbite.
  • Brutal cold sticks with us as we welcome in 2018

    Brutal cold sticks with us as we welcome in 2018

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    An arctic air mass will settle south into the region today, with temperatures falling well below freezing tonight. They could fall into Advisory levels for New Year's Eve and the actual temperature may break our record for Monday morning! The weather pattern making is cold and dry at this time.
  • At least 12 die in Costa Rica plane crash

    At least 12 die in Costa Rica plane crash

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    Costa Rican investigators are working to determine what caused a charter aircraft carrying 10 USA citizens and two local crew members to crash in a wooded area in the country's northwest soon after takeover, killing everyone on board. Officials said they were still seeking to confirm the identities of the Americans killed in the crash in Guanacaste in the north-west of the country.
  • Citrus Bowl: 10-win season on the line for Notre Dame, LSU

    Citrus Bowl: 10-win season on the line for Notre Dame, LSU

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    You won't want to miss any of the action from the Citrus Bowl, so below you can check out the viewing information for this year's game. The Tigers will be in their final game with offensive coordinator Matt Canada , as he is parting ways with the school following the game.
  • Muslim Women Travelling For Hajj Without Mahram Exempted From Lottery System

    Muslim Women Travelling For Hajj Without Mahram Exempted From Lottery System

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    This is because PM claimed one of his achievements for Muslim women, which sounded like a mere joke, but that's not his achievement at all. Saudi Government has relaxed the rule. Zakat Foundation's Zafar Mahmood, the first secretary for Haj at the Indian consulate in Jeddah between 1988 and 1991, confirmed that mehram had been a Saudi requirement that every country had to follow.
  • Palestinian who slapped IDF soldiers charged with assault

    Palestinian who slapped IDF soldiers charged with assault

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    Her mother and cousin who were also in the house at the time, have also been charged. In 2012 she was presented with an award in Turkey and met its president, Tayyip Erdogan, after images of her confronting an Israeli soldier went viral. Photos of Ahed's cousin Muhammad Tamimi have been widely shared on Palestinian social media, showing the young boy's face badly bruised and scarred.
  • America Ferrera announces she's pregnant with first child

    America Ferrera announces she's pregnant with first child

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    America Ferrera is ringing in the new year with a baby on the way. "Making room for new and handsome things to come in 2018!#happynewyear". Actor and director Ryan Piers Williams later shared the photo on his Instagram page, writing: "Making room for new and lovely things to come in 2018!" Ryan Piers Williams and America Ferrera attend the 32nd Annual Imagen Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on August 18, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.
  • Family Members Killed in Shooting in New Jersey

    Family Members Killed in Shooting in New Jersey

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    They were identified as 44-year-old Steven Kologi and 42-year-old Linda Kologi. Police arrived on the scene shortly after receiving a call from inside the home about shots fired at 11:43 p.m. The weapon, which officials described as a Century Arms semiautomatic rifle, was registered to a family member at the house, Gramiccioni said. The prosecutor's office posted on Twitter after 2 a.m.
  • Ringo Starr, Barry Gibb receive knighthoods in Queen's New Year's Honors

    Ringo Starr, Barry Gibb receive knighthoods in Queen's New Year's Honors

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    Ringo, 77, real name Richard Starkey, joined the Beatles as a replacement drummer for Pete Best in 1962 and occasionally sang lead vocals, notably in "Yellow Submarine" and " With a Little Help from my Friends ". Sir Barry dedicated the honour to his late brothers."The magic, the glow and the rush will last me the rest of my life", he said. "I want to acknowledge how responsible my brothers are for this honour".
  • Likud party calls for de-facto annexation of Israeli settlements

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    The settlements are now under military jurisdiction, giving Israel's defense minister the final say on building there. Yoav Kisch, head of the Knesset Control Committee, started preparing for an amendment in the basic law in which the Israeli army powers on settlers are abolished and substituted by the civil law.
  • First baby of the year born in Limerick

    First baby of the year born in Limerick

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    The family requested privacy, so no name or photo was released. A quarter-of-an-hour later, Erin Miller and Matthew Briggs, from Bo'ness, met their first baby at Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert. The National Maternity Hospital in Holles Street welcomed a baby girl just after 3am. The first, a baby boy, was born at 01.41am to Christine and Gareth O'Leary from Firhouse and weighed in at 2.9kg or 6lbs 4oz.
  • Pakistan gave America nothing but lies and deciet, tweets Donald Trump

    Pakistan gave America nothing but lies and deciet, tweets Donald Trump

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    Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 1, 2018The New York Times reported late last week that the Trump administration might withhold $225 million in aid over frustration with Pakistan's handling of terror networks. The report stated that United States officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the sensitive discussions, did not detail what conditions Pakistan would have to meet to receive the aid.
  • New Year's nightmare: Fireworks erupt, crowds evacuated

    New Year's nightmare: Fireworks erupt, crowds evacuated

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    Thousands were evacuated in the hours before 2018 . This is the moment a barge exploded as fireworks were being let off in Australia ahead of new year celebrations. "There were people everywhere on the beach and about five minutes into the fireworks presentation the fireworks all went off which didn't look normal", Ms Bonner told 9NEWS.
  • Iran's religious leadership backs legitimate demands of people

    Iran's religious leadership backs legitimate demands of people

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    The demonstrations began on Thursday and have drawn in tens of thousands of people. Videos showed protesters attacking the police, turning over a vehicle and setting it on fire. Access to Telegram, which the government has accused of being used to foment violence during the protests, was cut in the early afternoon, according to the semi-official ISNA news agency and other media.
  • Two killed in Iran as anti-government protests continue

    Two killed in Iran as anti-government protests continue

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    He said "no shots were fired by the police and security forces", and blamed "foreign agents" and "enemies of the revolutions". The state claims it is doing so to "maintain peace". "The Islamic Republic of Iran considers the meddlesome position of the Canadian government a violation of the country's worldwide commitments and is totally unacceptable", ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said.
  • Sheriff's deputy killed, others wounded in Colorado shootout

    Sheriff's deputy killed, others wounded in Colorado shootout

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    A procession of police vehicles escorts the hearse carrying the body of a deputy killed in a domestic disturbance where multiple deputies and civilians were shot in Highlands Ranch , Colorado , U.S. "It was very hard today to go see Zack the last time". "I do know all of them were shot very, very quickly, and they all went down nearly within seconds of each other".