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Later the opposition MLAs started raising slogans including "Masoom Kashmiriyoon ka Qatl-e-aam band karo band karo", "Nagpur Sarkar hai hai", "Qatil Sarkar hai hai" and "RSS sarkar hai hai". He charged that the security situation was deteriorating in the state and the government had failed on all fronts. "If we don't believe in the constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, if we don't believe in the country's Constitution, then what do we believe in?" Sharma is not here on his own will, the NC ...
  • LeT terrorist suspected for 2000 Red Fort terror attack arrested

    LeT terrorist suspected for 2000 Red Fort terror attack arrested

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    According to a police official, money amounting to about Rs 29.50 lakh was transferred through hawala links to different accounts, including those of the arrested terror suspect, to fund the attack in which three army men were killed. Sources told the newspaper that Kawa was going to meet his brother in Delhi. However, the family of Kawa has rejected Intelligence's claims that he was involved in the Red Fort terror attack .
  • Chicago ends 2017 with 650 murders, a grim sign of improvement

    Chicago ends 2017 with 650 murders, a grim sign of improvement

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    Police attributed the drop to putting more officers on the streets, investing in new technology and a smarter policing strategy. President Trump has repeatedly ridiculed Chicago officials for doing too little to stem the violence. They also provide "additional cameras, gunshot detection systems, and mobile phones to officers in the field who receive real-time notifications and intelligence data at their fingertips", Chicago police say on its website.
  • Ford Edge ST for Detroit

    Ford Edge ST for Detroit

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    But the biggest news is the introduction of the Ford Edge ST , the first crossover to be tuned by Ford's high-performance Sport Technologies team. Another new thing, the latest ST crossover SUV brings to the table is programming for better traction and stability control, sporting relaxed modes that allow for more leeway before intervening.
  • Police investigating armed robbery at Vestal business

    Police investigating armed robbery at Vestal business

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    The clerk was the only person in the store at the time of the robbery and no injuries were reported. Police in Reidsville have obtained an arrest warrant for a man wanted in connection to an armed robbery at a bank earlier this week. A canine unit was on the scene, but was unable to locate any of the suspects. The 73-year-old victim had been approached by the suspects, who pushed him to the ground and robbed him at gunpoint.
  • Knesset, gov. to be in Jerusalem regardless of peace deal: Netanyahu

    Knesset, gov. to be in Jerusalem regardless of peace deal: Netanyahu

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    Sparking worldwide condemnation, U.S. President Donald Trump recognized, on December 6, Jerusalem as Israel's capital by announcing the relocation of the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The 193-member U.N. General Assembly agreed to hold a rare emergency special session on December 22, at the request of Arab and Muslim countries, to vote on a draft resolution, demanding the USA reverse its decision.
  • Saudi Arabia prepares for post-ban cinema screenings

    Saudi Arabia prepares for post-ban cinema screenings

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    Women tourists below that age will still need to be accompanied by a family member, a Saudi tourism official told the Arab News daily. The stadiums have also been fitted with female restrooms and separate entrances and parking lots for female spectators.
  • Baltimore hospital guards dump patient on freezing street half naked

    Baltimore hospital guards dump patient on freezing street half naked

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    As a medical professional, the psychotherapist said he sought to keep his emotions in check even as he repeatedly challenged those who had wheeled the woman out to the street in the dark. Baraka said on his Facebook page. "You don't just throw someone out into the street who is impaired and may have injuries". He chased after the security guards and asked them why they committed such a heartless action, to which he got a lame response.
  • Turkey issues travel warning for citizens visiting US

    Turkey issues travel warning for citizens visiting US

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    In a travel warning statement on its website dated January 11, the ministry also said there had been an increase in terror attacks and violent incidents in the United States recently. The conviction of Turkish banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla over the violation of US -imposed sanctions against Iran in what Ankara sees as a "politically motivated" case caused the latest spat between the two countries.
  • Congressman Darrell Issa Calls It Quits! (Another One Bites the Dust)

    Congressman Darrell Issa Calls It Quits! (Another One Bites the Dust)

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    The Southern California Republican, who is the wealthiest member of Congress , was almost unseated in 2016 in when Democrat Douglas Applegate came within fewer than 2,000 votes of the incumbent. Issa's district is one of the areas Steyer is targeting. The others are Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida and Dave Reichert of Washington , along with Issa.
  • States Should Have Final Say on Marijuana

    States Should Have Final Say on Marijuana

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    A bill in the U.S. Senate, S.1689, the Marijuana Justice Act , would end marijuana prohibition at the federal level and turn it over to the states. Our Senators know how well medical marijuana has worked in AZ. A new Quinnipiac University poll , released Thursday, found that 58 percent of voters nationally support making marijuana use legal while 36 percent oppose it.
  • Angela Merkel's coalition talks go down to the wire

    Angela Merkel's coalition talks go down to the wire

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    Following a dismal result in Germany's September 24 election , the Social Democrats initially vowed not to enter into another government with Merkel's conservatives, but reconsidered their position after the long-time chancellor's attempts to form a coalition with two smaller parties collapsed.
  • Iran mocks Trump 'blunder' as government supporters rally

    Iran mocks Trump 'blunder' as government supporters rally

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    The U.S. has an obligation "not to stand by", Goldstein said, and will "encourage the protesters to continue to fight for what's right". They used social media to publicise numerous demonstrations and call for a free Iran (including videos featuring demonstrators chanting: " Mullahs , have some shame, leave the country alone"), and the mullahs have cut off access to Instagram and the messaging app Telegram, so that the protesters' message can not be heard outside Iran .