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Assault charges are still pending against four remaining members of Erdogan's security team: Ismail Dalkiran, Servet Erkan, Ahmet Karabay, and Mehmet Sarman, according to Reuters. In December, two men who were not associated with Turkish security personnel - Sinan Narin, 45, of McLean, Virginia, and Eyup Yildirim, 50, of Manchester, New Jersey - pleaded guilty to one count of felony assault in the DC Superior Court.
  • Indigo, Qatar Airways rubbish news of buying Air India

    Indigo, Qatar Airways rubbish news of buying Air India

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    However, from April 1, AI139 will depart from Delhi at 4:50 p.m. and reach Tel Aviv at 9:45 p.m., while the return flight will leave Tel Aviv at 11:15 p.m.to reach Delhi at 9:00 a.m. All flights on the route will be carried out on the Boeing 787's new and advanced 787 "Dreamliner", which contains 256 seats in business class and tourist class.
  • Palestinian Ahed El-Tamimi Jailed for 8 Months in a Plea Deal

    Palestinian Ahed El-Tamimi Jailed for 8 Months in a Plea Deal

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    Lasky however said she only planned to present the plea bargain to the military court if it first accepts an agreement with Tamimi's mother, Nariman Tamimi. Many Israelis say members of Tamimi's family have exploited her into creating confrontations with Israeli soldiers on video. Or what about the case of Amir Awad, a Palestinian teenager who was shot in the back by two IDF soldiers during a protest in the West Bank village of Budrus in 2013? The women of the Tamimi family, who ...
  • Main suspect in Hamdallah assassination attempt dies after Hamas security raid

    Main suspect in Hamdallah assassination attempt dies after Hamas security raid

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    According to Palestinian sources cited by The Times of Israel , Hamas was said to believe that some detainees who admitted they were involved in the plot are affiliated with Salafia Jihadia, a terrorist group affiliated with al Qaeda. Hamas denied the accusation, calling Abbas' rhetoric "dangerous and destructive". A senior Fatah official in Gaza , Yihye Rabah, added, "Hamas is trying to make noise in order to divert attention from its responsibility for the assassination attempt".
  • Kingston Police arrest pair wanted in connection with robbery

    Kingston Police arrest pair wanted in connection with robbery

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    Cigarettes and airtime, among others, were stolen during the robbery. A Snyder County judge revoked bail for a Selinsgrove teen robbery suspect caught using drugs. The video of 27 February begins with a man getting off a taxi before eight suspects approached him. After police released the surveillance images of the suspects, they "received numerous phone calls identifying the two suspects", police said.
  • African countries to establish continental free trade area

    African countries to establish continental free trade area

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    He named members of the committee from the Ministries, Departments and Agencies as: Finance, Budget and National Planning, Labour, Foreign Affairs, Science and Technology, FIRS, CBN, Customs and Immigration. All the East African countries (except Burundi, which did not attend the Summit) signed all the three protocols. Frank Jacobs said his association "would not support Federal Government's adoption and ratification of the agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area ...
  • More Than 150 Whales Stranded in Australia, Sparking Beach Closure

    More Than 150 Whales Stranded in Australia, Sparking Beach Closure

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    A rescue operation to save the whales , some of which are still alive, has been taking place in Hamelin Bay, Australia , for three days already. "We're obviously managing the animals and the palliative care of those animals, and the rescue of the animals that are still alive, if possible", Mr Tannock said .
  • Wenger told Wilshere he could leave Arsenal

    Wenger told Wilshere he could leave Arsenal

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    Liverpool and Manchester City are ready to move for a wantaway Arsenal star who is involved in a contract stand-off. "There's more young players, there's more of a group I think and there's more of a plan towards the future". "Ideally from my point of view and the club's point of view, they will probably want it sorted". The midfielder did not board the flight from Birmingham Airport to Amsterdam with the rest of the squad and remained in England for treatment.
  • Religious minority tag for Lingayats a poll gimmick: BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa

    Religious minority tag for Lingayats a poll gimmick: BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa

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    The mahasabha will now urge the Centre to consider their request to include Veerashaiva and Lingayat under separate religion and minority status. Earlier on Monday, the Karnataka government chose to recommend to the Centre to grant religious minority tag to the numerically strong and politically-influential Lingayat and Veerashaiva Lingayat community.
  • US Prepares To Leave Iran Deal

    US Prepares To Leave Iran Deal

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    Trump set a May 12 deadline - the next date by which he has to waive sanctions against Iran or leave the deal - for the USA and its European allies to agree on changes to address what he sees as its flaws. "The only guidance the president gave was to reach agreement with the E3", Hook said. That means we'll have both the US' chief diplomat and its president opposed to the deal.
  • Table tennis player Soumyajit Ghosh accused of rape, kin deny charges

    Table tennis player Soumyajit Ghosh accused of rape, kin deny charges

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    Table tennis star Soumyajit Ghosh has been accused of rape by an 18-year-old girl, a week before the Indian team is set to depart for the Commonwealth Games . She is accusing the player of getting her pregnant and threatening her to get rid of the child by undergoing aborting. Ghosh who is in Germany spoke to the newspaper on phone.
  • Emergency lifted in Maldives after 45 days

    Emergency lifted in Maldives after 45 days

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    Maumoon was arrested under the state of emergency declared on February 5, accused of attempting to topple the government of his estranged half-brother and incumbent president, Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom. "He has overrun the judiciary and legislature, arrested hundreds unlawfully". Soon after, the remaining judges revoked the court order to reinstate 12 legislators, who had earlier been sacked for defecting to the opposition.
  • Bomb threat targets Douglas School District

    Bomb threat targets Douglas School District

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    The third, Tuesday at 7:45 a.m. We will provide an update after law enforcement has completed their search of the building. The sheriff said he's confident investigators will find the person or people behind the bomb threats, and when they do, the punishment will be severe.
  • Teenager Crashes Into License Centre And Inevitably Fails Driving Test

    Teenager Crashes Into License Centre And Inevitably Fails Driving Test

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    When she stepped on the accelerator, the vehicle lurched forward, jumped the curb and plowed through the front of the station in a strip mall on 1st Avenue S., said Buffalo Police Chief Pat Budke. Craig Barraza, who was 33 years old at the time, forgot what side of the road he was supposed to be driving on when he got into the auto on the day of his test.
  • Ireland's World Cup hopes remain alive as UAE stun Zimbabwe

    Ireland's World Cup hopes remain alive as UAE stun Zimbabwe

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    Zimbabwe , which is hosting the qualifiers, needed to beat associate side UAE to make the tournament in England and Wales in 2019. Watch the final game in the Super Sixes of the ICC World Cup Qualifiers as Ireland take on Afghanistan, with the victor booking a spot in the 2019 World Cup - it's live on Sky Sports Mix (channel 121) from 7.15am on Friday.
  • Chattanooga area shows steady population growth

    Chattanooga area shows steady population growth

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    The four-county Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers metropolitan statistical area added roughly 12,000 people from mid-2016 to mid-2017, an average of almost 34 people per day. In the Pine Bluff metropolitan area, 1,633 more people left the city in the past year than moved to it. Chicot County in southeast Arkansas shrank 3.19 percent from 2016 to 2017, from an estimated 11,800 people in 2010 to 10,636 people in 2017, a decrease of 9.86 percent.