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The government has rejected the abuse claims as "completely untrue". Legal Advisor Suhaib Kurdi stressed that Saudi Arabia has witnessed a series of rapid and successive reforms to root out corruption and to protect transparency. According to former detainees quoted by the newspaper, many are being forced to wear tracking devices on their ankles. The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud has approved the establishment of specialised anti-corruption cases ...
  • Michael Hand captured — COLD CASE ARREST

    Michael Hand captured — COLD CASE ARREST

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    Cruz announced Sunday. Hand is being held in the Iredell County Detention Center in North Carolina. "The much-welcomed news of an arrest in the case leaves us cautiously optimistic that justice for Tracy is within reach", she said. Authorities said they have started rendition proceedings to bring him back to MA. "A nearby neighbor heard what they thought was a scream and a auto taking off.
  • Secretary Tillerson Suspends Visit To Nigeria

    Secretary Tillerson Suspends Visit To Nigeria

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    The Secretary of state to the United States of America, Rex Tillerson will be arriving Nigeria today, Monday 12 of March 2018. Tillerson's travel plans have changed so that he can return to Washington early on Tuesday morning instead of late that night, a spokesman for the top US diplomat told reporters traveling with him.
  • S.Korean Envoys to Brief China, Japan on N.Korea Visit

    S.Korean Envoys to Brief China, Japan on N.Korea Visit

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    The South Korean officials who carried Kim's invitation to Washington are visiting China and Japan this week to update their neighbours on the talks. Xi told Chung Eui-yong, the head of the South's National Security Office, that he was looking forward to a smooth inter-Korean summit, and supported talks planned between North Korea and the United States, the spokesman added.
  • Sergio Aguero: Could miss two weeks with knee injury

    Sergio Aguero: Could miss two weeks with knee injury

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    Agüero, the Argentina forward, felt some pain in his left knee after training on Saturday afternoon. Now it's time for a full recovery'. In Aguero's absence, City's attack is likely to be led by Gabriel Jesus, who has himself returned after a long spell on the sidelines with knee injury.
  • Security Forces Under Attack in Western Afghanistan

    Security Forces Under Attack in Western Afghanistan

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    Meanwhile, Sayed Ahmad, a resident of the Dehzaq village of the district, said that Taliban killed eight Commando forces in Totang village late on Friday night. Violence has been on the rise as Afghan security forces struggle against a surge in attacks by anti-government fighters since the drawdown of foreign forces over the past three years.
  • Betsy DeVos Struggles To Answer Simple Questions In '60 Minutes' Interview

    Betsy DeVos Struggles To Answer Simple Questions In '60 Minutes' Interview

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    The move comes along with White House support for a Justice Department program that will aid states in arming school personnel, and DeVos told 60 Minutes that it "should be an option" for teachers to have guns in the classroom. "I don't know. Overall, I - I can't say overall that they have all gotten better", DeVos said, noting that "there are certainly lots of pockets where the students are doing well".
  • DUP deal gives North £410m budget boost

    DUP deal gives North £410m budget boost

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    It includes nearly half of the package secured by the DUP for supporting Theresa May's minority government. This contrasts with the budget consultation document which proposed cuts of up to 10% for the agriculture and environment department.
  • Our diplomats in Pakistan facing tremendous harassment

    Our diplomats in Pakistan facing tremendous harassment

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    It further added that harassment of families would not be tolerated at all. The charges, detailed in diplomatic correspondence known as note verbale, come after several complaints arose of harassment of Indian diplomats in the Pakistani capital, including hurdles being created for the High Commission to use its residential complex and the High Commissioner's membership of Islamabad Club being stalled.
  • Countries, companies race to make deal with Trump on tariffs

    Countries, companies race to make deal with Trump on tariffs

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    Trump cited national security concerns as his reason for imposing a 25 percent tax on USA steel imports and a 10 percent tax on aluminum imports, saying that imports are "killing" the US steel and aluminum industries and a nation that wants to defend itself must have a viable metals sector capable of supplying weapons manufacturers.
  • Hope Hicks says her email accounts were hacked Video

    Hope Hicks says her email accounts were hacked Video

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    Hicks' testimony to the panel was expected to remain private, as she did not appear under subpoena . Source tells Fox News that the former White House communications director told the House Intelligence Committee that the compromised email address was one that she had since college and is not associated with Trump or the White House.
  • Day care worker gets 21 years for drugging kids to go tanning

    Day care worker gets 21 years for drugging kids to go tanning

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    Neatherlin had been running Little Giggles for four years but based off tips from her ex-boyfriend and a former roommate, Bend police witnessed her leaving her house twice in March 2017. Neatherlin was arrested previous year after police found seven children younger than five left unattended at her center called Little Giggles. With that said, I hope the court and the parents accept my apology.
  • Shoe thrown at Nawaz Sharif in Lahore public meeting

    Shoe thrown at Nawaz Sharif in Lahore public meeting

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    The student after throwing the shoe climbed the stage and shouted a slogan. The prime accused was reportedly admitted to Services Hospital after being thrashed by people in the seminary. This incident has added to the series of such attacks targeting various leaders across Pakistan in the recent days. The PML-N leader went ahead with his address and made a brief speech in which he did not mention about the man who threw a shoe at him.