• Girl raped, murdered in Surat is our daughter, claims Andhra couple

    Girl raped, murdered in Surat is our daughter, claims Andhra couple

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    He also produced the Aadhaar card, which he claimed was of the girl, and said that she had gone missing from their house in October previous year. Police officials said that a DNA sample had been sent to verify the mans claim. The Gujarat police have contacted the Odisha police to help with identifying the girl and tracking down her family. The parents identified the girl from the photos tweeted by the Surat police on Monday after it was chose to reach out to the public appealing on ...
  • Syria chemical attack: Inspectors allowed into Douma

    Syria chemical attack: Inspectors allowed into Douma

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    Later Tuesday, however, SANA retracted the report , stressing there had been "no external attack" on Syria . Evidence of chemical weapons can degrade quickly in the environment, and he urged the nine-member, all-volunteer team be allowed to deploy to Douma " as quickly as possible ".
  • Merkel said, who is responsible for the chemical attack in Syria

    Merkel said, who is responsible for the chemical attack in Syria

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    While no date has been set, "I believe that the number of issues that we have, from Ukraine through gas up to the big, big issue of Syria demand that we should hold a direct exchange in the foreseeable? future", the chancellor said. According to a statement, issued after the talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, both countries have agreed to resume a political process on Syria, including the discussion within the Geneva and Astana platforms.
  • Andrew Cuomo to sign order allowing parolees to vote

    Andrew Cuomo to sign order allowing parolees to vote

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    Cuomo will issue an executive order to restore voting rights to those felons already on parole as well as those who enter the parole system each month, a spokesman said. The governor, who spoke about an hour after Mayor de Blasio, also ripped the state of the NYCHA, ripping the troubled agency's housing projects as "concrete reservations", borrowing the term from Rev.
  • Race between Cruz and O'Rourke 'too close to call,' poll shows

    Race between Cruz and O'Rourke 'too close to call,' poll shows

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    According to a tweet from MSNBC polling soothsayer Steve Kornacki, O'Rourke is closer to a Republican front-runner than any Democratic U.S. Senate candidate since May 2002, when former Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk trailed Sen. Voters "like Beto O'Rourke as a person" 40 - 13 percent with 47 percent undecided. Beyond the headline number, the Quinnipiac survey also paints an unexpectedly rosy picture of Democrats' chances against incumbent Republican Gov.
  • San Diego County Votes to Support Sanctuary State Lawsuit

    San Diego County Votes to Support Sanctuary State Lawsuit

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    The vote makes San Diego County, California's second-most populous, the largest jurisdiction in California to formally oppose the state's sanctuary state laws. Letters in favor of the county siding with the federal government towered over those written by those who supported sanctuary policies, she said. Escondido in neighboring San Diego County has voted to support the federal lawsuit and last week the small city of Ripon in the state's Central Valley did the same.
  • Trump campaign coming to southeast MI on April 28

    Trump campaign coming to southeast MI on April 28

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    The White House's announcement comes on the same day as Trump declared in a press-antagonizing post that "much of the media is a scam!" and just so happens to be exactly what Trump did past year in lieu of attending the annual dinner. The televised event requires the president to smile through remarks by a comedian - who typically roasts the president - as well as deliver a humorous address, teasing the press and political opponents.
  • Mike Pompeo hunts for Democratic votes in his floor confirmation strategy

    Mike Pompeo hunts for Democratic votes in his floor confirmation strategy

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    Rep. Jim Himes (D., Conn.) said Wednesday that if he were a senator, he would be inclined to vote to confirm CIA Director Mike Pompeo as President Donald Trump's next secretary of state . As things stand, all Democrats on the committee except Senator Chris Coons have rejected the nomination. " Secretary of state is a whole different deal".
  • Fresno State professor under fire for celebrating death of Barbara Bush

    Fresno State professor under fire for celebrating death of Barbara Bush

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    Jarrar, who teaches in the English department, actually wrote a series of tweets condemning Bush, who died at the age of 92 after a battle with lung disease and congestive heart failure. Barbara Bush is dead". She later set her Twitter account to 'Private'. According to her biography on the school's website, Jarrar is an Arab-American who grew up in Kuwait and Egypt and moved to the USA after the Gulf War.
  • Bernie Sanders: Cardi B is right on social security

    Bernie Sanders: Cardi B is right on social security

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    Though he lost to Hilary Clinton in the 2016 primaries, he is considered a front-runner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. "So you know the government is taking 40 percent of my taxes and Uncle Sam, I want to f-king know what you're doing with my f-king tax money!" she said.