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The security expert in questioning the policy framework in tackling the insecurity said: "There is a failure at both the policy and operational levels". It would be recalled that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, had following his meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari last week blamed the killings in Benue on communal clashes, a view, Idris condemned Monday.
  • Tamil Nadu bus strike: AIADMK govt faces DMK's heat

    Tamil Nadu bus strike: AIADMK govt faces DMK's heat

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    While M K Stalin, DMK's working president and the leader of Opposition in the Assembly, protested and staged a walkout with his MLAs, blaming the Governor for not asking the government to prove its majority. With the disqualification of 18 MLAs, the magic number in the 234-member Tamil Nadu assembly reduced to 110, gave Chief Minister Palaniswami an upper hand in the AIADMK power struggle.
  • Former Shiv Sena corporator Ashok Sawant hacked to death in Mumbai

    Former Shiv Sena corporator Ashok Sawant hacked to death in Mumbai

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    According to the police the assailants came in a auto and attacked Deepak while he was on the way to his workplace and attacked him with sharp weapons. According to media reports, the Shiv Sena leader, who was running a cable business, was receiving extortion calls for the last few days and the murder was probably linked to the threats.
  • Porn in parliament: 24000 attempts at accessing sex sites over six months

    Porn in parliament: 24000 attempts at accessing sex sites over six months

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    The house's network blocked about 24,473 attempts made by the staff who used the parliament's network to access the pornography. Prime Minister Theresa May was forced to sack former First Secretary of State Damian Green last month after he was accused of misleading police over claims that pornographic material was found on computers in his Westminster office in 2008.
  • Who Is Ed Royce? California Republican Representative Will Not Seek Re-Election

    Who Is Ed Royce? California Republican Representative Will Not Seek Re-Election

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    Democrats are targeting several other Orange County congressional seats now held by Republicans, including ones represented by Darrell Issa, Dana Rohrabacher and Mimi Walters. Before his announcement, it looked like Royce might be running for re-election. In the presidential election, Democrat Hillary Clinton defeated Republican Donald Trump, which led Democrats to latch on to Southern California with hopes that they could flip those districts, according to ABC news .
  • Three terrorists killed in Central Kashmir

    Three terrorists killed in Central Kashmir

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    SSP Budgam Tejinder Singh said that one militant has been killed and his identity is being ascertained. Initial reports claimed that three militants were killed in the attack, but only one body was retrieved from the encounter site. "After a few minutes of searches in the area, the sounds of gunshots were heard", Shabir, a local, said. However, the J&K police later clarified that only 1 militant has been killed.
  • Pakistan attacks United States for cutting military aid

    Pakistan attacks United States for cutting military aid

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    While we give them billions of dollars in aid, we are simultaneously aware of their intelligence and military apparatus assisting the Afghan Taliban. Earlier when Trump unveiled his new strategy toward Afghanistan, he didn't mince words while condemning Pakistan.
  • South Korea to unveil decision over 'comfort women' deal with Japan

    South Korea to unveil decision over 'comfort women' deal with Japan

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    South Korea and Japan announced the deal on December 28, 2015, under which they agreed to "finally and irreversibly" resolve the comfort women issue, while Tokyo apologized for its colonial-era atrocities and agreed to contribute 1 billion yen (US$8.9 million) to a foundation dedicated to supporting the victims.
  • Black People Respond Worse to Marijuana Because of 'Genetics,' Says Lawmaker

    Black People Respond Worse to Marijuana Because of 'Genetics,' Says Lawmaker

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    It starts out as merely absurd, with Alford saying that his freedom to breathe clean air is enough to justify a regulatory scheme that sends people to jail for decades. Burks isn't the only one sharing disapproval of Alford's comments. As the Telegram noted in their report, Alford's comments referenced a belief promoted by marijuana prohibitionist Harry Anslinger , the founding commissioner of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics.
  • How Donald Trump spends his three hours of

    How Donald Trump spends his three hours of "executive time" every morning

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    Trump's late starting hour is fairly unconventional, Axios notes , when compared to his predecessors: George W. Bush usually arrived in the Oval Office by 6:45 a.m., and Barack Obama between 9 and 10 a.m., after a work out. Two hours and thirty minutes out of that day are devoted to " executive time ". On Tuesday, Trump has his first meeting of the day with Chief of Staff John Kelly at 11am.
  • Supreme Court Lets Mississippi Anti-LGBT Law Stand

    Supreme Court Lets Mississippi Anti-LGBT Law Stand

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    A federal district judge issued a preliminary injunction against the law in June 2017, an act which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit quickly reversed . Critics of the law argue it leaves room for discrimination against the LGBTQ community. On Monday, Mangum-Dear wrote on Facebook that the Supreme Court's decision left her with a sense of righteous anger.
  • First day for Australian same-sex marriage ceremonies

    First day for Australian same-sex marriage ceremonies

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    The bill was approved in overwhelmingly numbers by lawmakers after the public did the same, voting in favour of equal marriage by a 61.6% to 38.4% margin . In Newcastle, 32-year-old Rebecca Hickson will marry her partner of nine years Sarah Turnbull, 34. She described the build-up to the postal vote deadline as "a awful time" but said the two are now excited to move beyond it.
  • Nadal to face Gasquet in Open warm-up

    Nadal to face Gasquet in Open warm-up

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    Former world number one Andy Murray has already withdrawn from the first grand slam of the year because of a hip injury. He trained at Melbourne Park on Friday and Saturday before he was confirmed to feature at the event in Melbourne's inner-east.
  • Judge dismisses charges against Cliven Bundy, 2 sons

    Judge dismisses charges against Cliven Bundy, 2 sons

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    She said federal prosecutors withheld evidence that would have been helpful to the defendant's case, eliminating the possibility for a fair trial. Prosecutors have faced several losses in OR and Nevada arising from armed Bundy standoffs over federal control of vast stretches of land in the U.S.
  • What Does Mueller Want With Ivanka Trump?

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    Ivanka didn't attend the 30 minute meeting in June with Russian lawyers, so she's been largely left out of the investigation until now. Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya and Russian lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin reportedly chatted with Ivanka Trump outside the Trump Tower lobby elevators after the infamous and much-scrutinized June 9, 2016 meeting, according to the Los Angeles Times .
  • Donald Trump Plans to Work Even Less in 2018

    Donald Trump Plans to Work Even Less in 2018

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    Trump's media habits are well documented, from his voracious consumption of cable news to his tendency to fire off impulsive tweets when he's displeased with the way he's portrayed in the media. Two hours and thirty minutes out of that day are devoted to " executive time ". Then he takes an hour lunch and a subsequent hour and 15 minutes of " Executive Time ", then a 45-minute meeting with national security adviser H.