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The ECP took the decision on the basis of a letter from the Ministry of Interior which had asked the commission to ban the MML for having links with banned militant outfits. He said the petitioner was founder/chairman of JuD and Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation (FIF) and also established 142 schools, three universities and for the last many years had been engaged in activities of public welfare.
  • Louisiana 2018 special session: Winners and losers

    Louisiana 2018 special session: Winners and losers

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    If the budget isn't fixed, he said the TOPS program could be cut by 80 percent. "I related facts about the proposal, his proposal, that he put on the table and how he walked away from it the very first day of the special session without even the courtesy of a phone call to me", Governor Edwards said.
  • "We Hate Black People": British Student Films Racial Slurs Outside Her Bedroom

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    Other chants captured by the video include "We are the black haters" and "Sign the Brexit papers". A black student at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has posted shocking footage showing racist abuse at her halls of residence. " Our team will be able to take the details of this incident and see what can be done ", they said. Nottingham Trent University said on its Twitter account it was "shocked and appalled" by the video and said the suspected perpetrators had been "suspended immediately".
  • Quake death toll now at 55 in Papua New Guinea

    Quake death toll now at 55 in Papua New Guinea

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    O'Neill said more than 100 people have been killed as a result of the series of earthquakes, which started on the morning of February 26 when a powerful 7.5-magnitude natural disaster struck the Southern Highlands and Hela provinces. He provided no information about the number of missing. It was fairly shallow at a depth of 22.9 kilometers (14.3 miles). A magnitude 7.5 quake on February 26 killed at least 15 people, injured dozens and brought work to a halt at four oil and gas fields.
  • USA closes consulate in Playa del Carmen, over 'security threat'

    USA closes consulate in Playa del Carmen, over 'security threat'

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    The embassy said that it had received word of a "security threat" Wednesday but did not expound on the warning. It did not specify what the threat was. After that incident, the embassy prohibited US government employees from using all tourist ferries. Responding to the alert, the local governor's office said US visitors remain welcome in the state of Quintana Roo and Mexico as a whole.
  • 7-Month-Old Baby Found Dead After Alleged Kidnap by Father

    7-Month-Old Baby Found Dead After Alleged Kidnap by Father

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    On Feb. 23, Jody's mother obtained an emergency Victim Protective Order (VPO) prohibiting Victor from making contact with her and ordering Jody's return. "The body of a missing baby boy was found in Oklahoma City Wednesday, and police have arrested his father". Victor was booked to the Oklahoma County jail on complaints of first-degree murder and unlawfully disposing of human remains.
  • Turkey Wants Afrin Offensive to End by May, Takes Control of Jinderes

    Turkey Wants Afrin Offensive to End by May, Takes Control of Jinderes

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    He remarked that the cross-border operation may start after parliamentary elections in Iraq scheduled for May this year. The PKK is recognized as a terrorist organization by the USA, the European Union and Turkey. To remind, on January 20, the Turkish Armed Forces General Staff announced launch of the Olive Branch Operation saying its aim was to protect Turkish borders, secure safety and stability in the region.
  • McAleese: Christ reduced to 'misogynistic' figure by church leaders

    McAleese: Christ reduced to 'misogynistic' figure by church leaders

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    She criticised the church's "man-made toxins of misogyny, of homophobia, to say nothing of shameful antisemitism, with their legacy of damaged and wasted lives and deeply embedded institutional dysfunction". Criticising "the patronising platitudes that women have heard from a succession of popes and cardinals", she said, "we are the leaven in the bread.
  • Judge suggests Trump mute rather than block his Twitter critics

    Judge suggests Trump mute rather than block his Twitter critics

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    Seven people from around the country - including a comedian, a professor, a policeman and a singer - joined together in a lawsuit after Trump blocked them from seeing and commenting on his tweets. U.S. Department of Justice attorney Michael Baer agreed muting would enable Trump to avoid reading a tweet he doesn't want to read. "Once it is a public forum, you can't shut somebody up because you don't like what they're saying", Buchwald said.
  • Danish Inventor Describes How Journalist Died

    Danish Inventor Describes How Journalist Died

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    He said Wall's blood was found on Madsen's nose and his bodysuit, and that detectives found violent videos and texts about killing women on Madsen's laptop and an external hard drive. Madsen, 47, dressed in a black long-sleeved T-shirt, spent the morning calmly leafing through the prosecution's papers, as Buch-Jepsen ran through evidence including photographs and diagrams of the stab wounds on Wall's body.
  • Mississippi Senate Passes Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Ban

    Mississippi Senate Passes Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Ban

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    If it passes, Governor Phil Bryant has said he will sign the measure into law, adding that he wants MS to be "the safest place in America for an unborn child". The language was originally Senate Bill 123, but Holdman said because of time restraints, it was not going to be heard in the Judiciary Committee. Sen.
  • What Are Analysts Report About American Tower Corporation (AMT)

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    About 614,397 shares traded. It has outperformed by 27.73% the S&P500. American Tower (NYSE: AMT ) last issued its quarterly earnings data on Tuesday, February 27th. To adjust for differences in capital structure we'll use EBITDA margin and Return on Investment (ROI) as measures of profitability and return ., compared to an EBITDA margin of 45.06% for American Tower Corporation (REIT ) ( AMT ).
  • Guardiola frustrated by Man City's

    Guardiola frustrated by Man City's "really poor" form in loss

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    In the second half, we were really poor. City broke a new record for most passes completed by a team in this year's edition of the Champions League . And continuing the theme, Liverpool's Robert Firmino would prefer and English club in the last eight - despite his team suffering a 5-0 thrashing at the Etihad earlier in the campaign.
  • Coree: summit Kim-Moon a fine aprile, pronti a denuclearizzare

    Coree: summit Kim-Moon a fine aprile, pronti a denuclearizzare

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    Il presidente americano Donald Trump , infatti, in queste ore ha ricevuto una lettera dal leader del regime delle Nord Corea Kim Jong-Un. L'agenzia di stampa nordcoreana parla di "atmosfera patriottica e distesa", che ha permesso di raggiungere "un accordo soddisfacente" per Pyongyang .