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There is no presumption of innocence", he said. "Judge me, do what you want with me, it's in my Lord that I place my trust", he said. Abdeslam, who has declined to speak to investigators since his arrest in March 2016, immediately signalled his defiance on Monday by refusing to stand when asked by the judge and saying he would not cooperate.
  • Bucks Swing Trade With Nets

    Bucks Swing Trade With Nets

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    The Milwaukee Bucks have acquired center Tyler Zeller from the Brooklyn Nets in return for guard/forward Rashad Vaughn and a future second-round pick, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski . However, this is only Maker's second year in the National Basketball Association and just needs more time to develop. Zeller, 28, is in his sixth season in the National Basketball Association and holds career averages of 7.0 points and 4.4 rebounds per game while shooting 50.4 percent from the ...
  • TERROR: Israeli Murdered in Stabbing Attack Near Ariel; Terrorist On The Loose

    TERROR: Israeli Murdered in Stabbing Attack Near Ariel; Terrorist On The Loose

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    In January, Rabbi Raziel Shevah, 35, was killed in a drive-by shooting near his home in the unauthorized settlement outpost near the West Bank city of Nablus. MK Oren Hazan tweeted a video of his remarks to the attack stating that the transfer of funds to the Palestinian Authority that are used for terror attacks and terrorists in prisons must be stopped.
  • SCOTUS does not Block Order to Redraw Pennsylvania Lines

    SCOTUS does not Block Order to Redraw Pennsylvania Lines

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    In 1788, just after Virginia ratified the Constitution, former Governor Patrick Henry persuaded the state legislature to remake the Fifth Congressional District in Virginia so that Henry's nemesis, James Madison, would run against the formidable James Monroe.
  • Reporters blocked from covering Tillerson's horseback ride in Argentina

    Reporters blocked from covering Tillerson's horseback ride in Argentina

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    He said in Buenos Aires that the United States wants "free, fair and verifiable elections" in Venezuela and wants to exert sufficient pressure to halt the crisis in the South American country. "As the foreign minister indicated, our disagreements are with the Venezuelan regime not with the people, the Venezuelan people are suffering mightily in the current circumstances".
  • PM Abbasi reiterates Pakistan support to Kashmiris on Solidarity Day

    PM Abbasi reiterates Pakistan support to Kashmiris on Solidarity Day

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    In such a situation, Pakistan is the only worldly support for Kashmiri people which raises the human rights issues at relevant quarters and tries to convince the global community to address the Kashmir dispute which has become a nuclear flashpoint and has endangered the peace and stability of the south Asian region.
  • El Paso County Deputy Killed in Shootout Monday

    El Paso County Deputy Killed in Shootout Monday

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    One deputy is dead and two other officers were injured in a "critical incident" involving Colorado Springs officers and deputies from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office Monday afternoon, law enforcement sources tell Scripps station KMGH in Denver.
  • Schiff: Kelly should give Trump 'a time out'

    Schiff: Kelly should give Trump 'a time out'

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    Nunes was asked during a January 29 committee meeting whether he had coordinated the memo with the White House. "I think it's very possible his staff worked with the White House". That this memo was first released to right-wing news outlets like FOX News and the Washington Examiner speaks to the political nature of this effort.
  • BJP releases list of 20 candidates for Nagaland Assembly polls

    BJP releases list of 20 candidates for Nagaland Assembly polls

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    But the BJP soon backed out and announced its decision to contest the polls. "We did not authorise any party leader to sign an agreement". Sources say that most of the political parties are prepared for the election but have not filed their nominations as it would be seen as a defiance of the call to boycott the election.
  • Amit Shah tears in to Congress in RS maiden speech

    Amit Shah tears in to Congress in RS maiden speech

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    Lashing out at the Prime Minister's statement senior Congress leader and former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Sunday said , "By that logic, even begging is a job". Countering Rahul's description of GST as " Gabbar Singh Tax ", Shah said, "Gabbar Singh was a dacoit's character in the film " Sholay ". "And where does this Gabbar Singh Tax go? Is this tax dacoity", Shah asked while questioning the depth of understanding of people who used such terms.
  • TDP among allies unhappy with BJP

    TDP among allies unhappy with BJP

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    Rajya Sabha chairperson M Venkaiah Naidu said he has not accepted a letter submitted by the TMC, the Akali Dal and the TDP because the members mentioned the names of the governors. His statements were seen as a response to the growing criticism against the TDP from the BJP's state unit. On Sunday, Veerraju called the TDP a party of corrupt people, ruling the state after dethroning a great leader (NT Rama Rao).
  • UCLA to honor athletes who accused Larry Nassar of abuse

    UCLA to honor athletes who accused Larry Nassar of abuse

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    Eaton County Judge Janice Cunningham said there was "no way" she would fine him or send him to jail under her contempt-of-court powers. He's already been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison in another county. This is the third sentence in Eaton County court in as many months for Nassar, a former doctor for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University. "We have so many athletes who were affected".
  • Japanese aerospace agency launches world's smallest rocket carrying micro-satellite

    Japanese aerospace agency launches world's smallest rocket carrying micro-satellite

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    A JAXA spokesperson said in a statement, "The launch was aimed at verifying JAXA " s technology used to launch small rockets made with commercially available components at lower cost amid growing global demand for microsatellites. This time the upgraded SS-520-5 flew with an additional third stage. The SS-520-5's first stage, fitted with spin-stabilizing fins, was loaded with almost 3,500 pounds (1,587 kilograms) of HTPB solid fuel.