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The girl, Asifa Bano, who belongs to bakerwal (shepherd) community, had gone missing a few days ago. According to the girl's father Mohammad Yousuf, she bore torture marks on her face and thigh. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Abdul Rehman Veeri told the Assembly that a speedy inquiry has been initiated into the incident. The girl's cousin, Tuffail, said the victim had disappeared on January 10 after she left her makeshift tent in Rasana village to look for the family's mule.
  • Trump is in excellent health, doctor says

    Trump is in excellent health, doctor says

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    The cognitive test on which U.S. President Donald Trump received a flawless score is considered a good screening tool for mental decline in an otherwise healthy person, medical experts said. Trump had his first physical last Friday. Even if trump was in good health until age 70, this does not mean that his lifestyle will lead to longevity, doctors say.
  • O'Neill Will Sign New Deal Soon-Delaney

    O'Neill Will Sign New Deal Soon-Delaney

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    Martin O'Neill on Tuesday night went in front of the (FAI) cameras and opened up about the issue that has had Ireland fans on tenterhooks for the past week - the Nations League! Delaney also revealed the FAI would have been entitled to compensation had O'Neill left even though he has yet to sign his new contract.
  • Auburn's 14-game winning streak ends with road loss at Alabama

    Auburn's 14-game winning streak ends with road loss at Alabama

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    None of this was the best part of the night, though. A young man - an Alabama student, presumably - went viral on social media with his kind of NSFW celebration. Bryce Brown led four Tigers with 12 points on 4 of 11 shooting, with Desean Murray adding 11 points and 10 rebounds, while Jared Harper and Chuma Okeke scored 10 points apiece.
  • Schumer: 'I Totally Believe' Durbin About Trump 'Shithole' Remarks

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    According to reports, Trump was complaining that he did not want more people from "shithole countries" entering the United States and would prefer immigrants from countries like Norway . World leaders have since denounced Trump's comments as racist and insensitive, with even some in the GOP criticizing his remarks. Durbin added: " He said these hateful things.
  • Trump's policy shift on Jerusalem was 'sinful': Abbas

    Trump's policy shift on Jerusalem was 'sinful': Abbas

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    In such a scenario, the newspaper reported, the army's Binyamin Brigade, which is responsible for the Ramallah area, would "assume control over Shuafat and Kafr Aqab in cooperation with COGAT". American officials have said it's unlikely the embassy in Jerusalem would open before the end of Trump's term in office. According to MK Ayman Odeh, this is a move created to uproot 100,000 Palestinians from Jerusalem and to divide East Jerusalem into small entities comprised of separate villages and ...
  • Erdogan calls for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation take stand on US-backed Syrian Border Pressure

    Erdogan calls for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation take stand on US-backed Syrian Border Pressure

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    Turkish Foreign Minister announced a series of stances regarding Ankara's ties with Wahington, noting that Turkey is not completely satisfied with U.S. Instead, Tillerson stressed that USA forces would remain in Syria for the foreseeable future as President Donald Trump and his aides implement a new strategy to stabilize Syria, where a civil war has killed as many as a half-million people and created millions of refugees since 2011.
  • 8-year-old boy killed in crossfire between UP Police And criminals

    8-year-old boy killed in crossfire between UP Police And criminals

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    Soon after the police and the alleged criminals resorted to crossfiring. Preliminary findings suggest that the bullet that hit the boy, identified as Madhav by the police, was sacked by a sub-inspector in the police team. Mishra today gave a succour of Rs 5 lakh from the Uttar Pradesh government to Madhavs father, Amarnath. The NHRC had said the state government was often seen presenting these encounters as achievements and improvement towards law and order.
  • Trump denies he's a racist as Americans honor King

    Trump denies he's a racist as Americans honor King

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    Knowing this, "It is not a stretch to say that Trump is racist". "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", he said. According to Durbin, Trump asked why the USA wasn't welcoming more immigrants from places such as Norway, whose prime minister had visited the White House the day before.
  • Aunt: Captive Children Kept From Extended Family

    Aunt: Captive Children Kept From Extended Family

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    The children range in age from 2 to 29 but neighbors say majority appeared younger and they also rarely saw them outside. When police arrived to the house in Perris , California , they found 12 siblings - ages 2 to 29 - in a dark, filthy house with very little food and water.
  • President Trump says 'DACA is probably dead'

    President Trump says 'DACA is probably dead'

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    It's always been thought that the key to unlocking any spending stalemate in Congress was to get closer to an immigration compromise. According to a moment-by-moment report of the contentious White House meeting over immigration reform, the Washington Post is reporting that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had President Donald Trump's ear and convinced him to scuttle a bipartisan deal on DACA.
  • Djokovic, Sharapova back in business at Melbourne

    Djokovic, Sharapova back in business at Melbourne

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    Zverev won five titles a year ago, including Masters 1000 titles at Rome and Montreal. Sharapova regathered and was not to be denied as she hit a scarcely believable forehand crosscourt victor on the run to get to 5-2 before closing out the match with a scream of joy, a fist pump and a huge smile.
  • Nassar sentencing mid-day Thursday: MSU senior speaks, among others

    Nassar sentencing mid-day Thursday: MSU senior speaks, among others

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    Benjoseph suggested parents work with children to build a " circle of safe adults " who their child feels they can talk to. In it, Nassar also accused Aquilina of turning his sentencing into a "media circus", writing, "She wants me to sit in the witness box next to her for all four days so the media cameras will be directed toward her".
  • Shalom Bollywood: Big B welcomes PM Netanyahu

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    We are truly your partners. Messrs. Netanyahu and Modi also launched an Israel-India Industrial research and development fund, called I4F, and created to promote technological collaboration between the two countries. Actor Amitabh Bachchan takes a selfie with Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu, Sara Netanyahu and Bollywood celebrities in Mumbai on Thursday. Israelis collaborate with Indians in California to make Silicon Valley a hub of innovation, Netanyahu said.
  • US Air Force to launch new missile-warning satellite Thursday night

    US Air Force to launch new missile-warning satellite Thursday night

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    The satellite, built by Lockheed Martin, will join other SBIRS satellites to detect and track missile launches around the world. The launch window was scheduled to open at 7:52 p.m. Two are needed operational at any time. The next launch attempt is scheduled Friday evening, with the launch window opening at 7:48 p.m. Air Force weather officials are predicting a 90 percent chance of favorable weather.
  • People told to boil water before drinking in New Orleans

    People told to boil water before drinking in New Orleans

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    The water system may lose pressure this evening. In St. John the Baptist Parish, Edwards said, low water pressure led to the transfer of about 170 inmates from the jail In St. Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni's administration said that because of the duration of below-freezing temperatures and their effect on some parish distribution lines and private lines, it would drop pressure from a normal 56 pounds per square inch to 45 psi "to conserve water and better control water consumption".