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In a series of tweets, Imran Khan said that when a parliament passes a person-specific law in order to allow him to head a party despite having been disqualified by the Supreme Court over "Rs 3 bn money laundering, tax evasion, concealment of assets, forgery & perjury", the parliament deserved the "laanath".
  • Trump Vulgarity Debate Has Become a 'S-Show,' Senator Says

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    Since the controversy erupted, Trump has not explicitly denied referring to African countries and Haiti as "shitholes", but has said , without offering details, that he did not use the language attributed to him. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and some Republicans. Also on Sunday, conservative writer Rich Lowry suggested that some White House aides believe that Trump said "shouse", not "shole".
  • Newborn baby found abandoned outdoors in Toronto

    Newborn baby found abandoned outdoors in Toronto

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    Police officers are canvassing the area for any security camera footage that may have captured the moment when the baby was left outside, Sidhu said. Initially, police said they received reports that the baby was found naked on the ground outside the building.
  • U.S. blames North Korea for WannaCry ransomware attack in May

    U.S. blames North Korea for WannaCry ransomware attack in May

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    Regardless, some victims had paid the Bitcoin ransom equivalent to around $300, but were never able to retrieve their files. In his editorial, Bossert concludes, "Mr. Of course that's what we want, but we're not committed to a peaceful (resolution) - we're committed to a resolution. Bossert responded that he could not comment on ongoing criminal investigations.
  • BSF jawan killed as Pak violates ceasefire pact

    BSF jawan killed as Pak violates ceasefire pact

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    On a related note, three civilians have been reportedly been injured in the fresh round of firing. Shells fired by landed in belt and hit several villages as well. BSF inspector general Jammu Frontier Ram Awtar said head constable A Suresh was killed and another jawan injured in the firing on Wednesday. One personnel died in the heavy shelling, Manhas said.
  • Kerwin Roach scores 20 as Texas beats No 8 Texas Tech

    Kerwin Roach scores 20 as Texas beats No 8 Texas Tech

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    All the Red Raiders have done this season is romp through non-conference play practically unscathed, then win four of their first five Big 12 games. Texas scored 32 of its points in the paint, taking advantage of a Texas Tech front line that's still without injured forward Zach Smith.
  • As Syrians Stand Up, Defense Officials Say US Troops Will Stand Down

    As Syrians Stand Up, Defense Officials Say US Troops Will Stand Down

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    Tillerson portrayed US policy toward Syria as a break from former President Barack Obama's approach. In his remarks at California's Stanford University, the Secretary of State introduced the 5 goals the USA wants to achieve in Syria which are the followings: complete defeat of Daesh in Syria, conflict settlement within the frames of the Geneva process under the auspices of United Nations, reducing Iran's influence, creating conditions for a refugee voluntary return and liberating the country ...
  • Large Scale Infiltration Bid From Across LoC Could Be Made: Army Chief

    Large Scale Infiltration Bid From Across LoC Could Be Made: Army Chief

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    He also said there was a need to put some checks and curbs on internet as well as social media that terrorist organisations use to great advantage. Speaking at an event in New Delhi , Gen Rawat acknowledged that in a "democratic country people would not like it, but they have to take a call on whether they want a safe and secure environment and whether they were willing to accept curbs temporarily so terrorism can be dealt with", according to The Indian Express .
  • World's longest underwater cave discovered in Mexico

    World's longest underwater cave discovered in Mexico

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    According to Project GAM, the 347-km-long cave wasn't easy to be identified. Schmittner is the director of exploration for the Great Maya Aquifer Project, which on January 10 discovered the longest underwater cave on Earth. More exciting than the otherworldly underwater photographs coming out of the caves is the possibility of deciphering the secrets of the Maya civilization, which ruled this region before the 16th-century Spanish conquests of Central and South American.
  • United Kingdom should rejoin EU after Brexit: EU Commission chief

    United Kingdom should rejoin EU after Brexit: EU Commission chief

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    The British voted in a June 2016 referendum to leave and the date is set for March 29, 2019. Jean-Claude Juncker backed Mr Tusk's remark as he made a plea to lure the United Kingdom back into the EU. "But I think what this boils down to is something that Mr Farage said last week when he was on a Channel 5 chat show, I think Matthew Wright, and suggested that he was starting to come round to the idea of a second Brexit referendum and that's sort of like clickbait to most people".
  • CA couple charged with chaining up kids lived in North Texas

    CA couple charged with chaining up kids lived in North Texas

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    Louise Turpin's sister Elizabeth Flores told ABC News she hasn't seen her sister in 20 years, but recalled how the children's lives were extremely regimented when she lived with them two decades earlier. Unable to keep up with the family's expenses, Turpin filed for bankruptcy in 2011, an attorney who represented him, Ivan Trahan, told Reuters on Tuesday.
  • USA withholds $65 million from United Nations agency for Palestinians

    USA withholds $65 million from United Nations agency for Palestinians

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    The US on Tuesday said it would withhold about half the initial aid it planned to give a United Nations agency that serves the Palestinians, two weeks after President Donald Trump questioned the value of such funding. Krahenbuhl said 525,000 boys and girls in 700 UNRWA schools could be affected by the fund cut, as well as Palestinian access to primary healthcare, but he pledged to keep facilities open through 2018 and beyond.
  • United States weighs 'fine' on China for IP theft

    United States weighs 'fine' on China for IP theft

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    Trump told Reuters the USA is suffering great damage. With China-hater Stephen Bannon gone from the White House, coupled with the reality of the high stakes of waging true trade wars with the Chinese, Barclays is predicting an even keel in 2018 for Trump and Xi Jinping.
  • A Singer Filed A Sexual Assault Complaint Against Corey Lewandowski

    A Singer Filed A Sexual Assault Complaint Against Corey Lewandowski

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    Villa called the police in the District of Columbia on Christmas Eve to report the man. Joy said having been persuaded to launch a formal complaint by friends she has made a decision to come out to the open to tell her story. Villa , famous for wearing a blue "Make America Great Again" dress to the 2017 Grammy Awards, is considering a "congressional run for the state of Florida", and has launched an exploratory committee to research her chances.
  • UAE seeks probe into alleged Qatari airspace violations

    UAE seeks probe into alleged Qatari airspace violations

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    Qatar has denied the charges and upgraded trade with Iran and Turkey since then to mitigate the impact of the sanctions. The UAE's Dubai airport is the third busiest in the world, according to the Airports Council International. FlightRadar24, a popular plane tracking website, did not show any unusual routes between the UAE and Bahrain. Qatar's stock exchange dropped some 2.5 percent in trading Monday, one of its biggest jolts since the crisis began.