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The Trump administration allowed its first transfer of a detainee from Guantanamo Bay on Wednesday, sending Saudi-born Ahmed Mohammed Haza al Darbi to serve the remaining of his prison sentence in his home country. Al Arabiya English correspondent has reported that this is the first Guantanamo release under the Trump administration. The United States coordinated with the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to ensure the transfer took place in accordance with established standards ...
  • Shab-e-Barat, the night of forgiveness observed in Valley

    Shab-e-Barat, the night of forgiveness observed in Valley

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    As per Onlykashmir [dot] in reports, during the night hours, besides other parts of Kashmir, people in Srinagar also in a bid to seek forgiveness for the deceased in their family thronged the graves of their loved ones. Special prayers were held in Masjid's shrines and other religious places including historic Jamia Masjid and Hazratbal shrine. On the other hand, Karachi Mayor Wasim Akhtar also visited various graveyards of the city.
  • Kathy Griffin Shows Support For Michelle Wolf On "The Wendy Williams Show"

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    De Niro also voiced his disdain for Sarah Huckabee Sanders , and asked how she planned to defend herself given her actions. He's been one of the thinnest-skinned celebrities since Trump's victory. "I agree completely with President Trump and his team: Comedians should be held to a higher standard than he is", he joked. Wolf's comedic material pushed the boundaries for freedom of speech, an important theme celebrated that night, but does that mean she should have a limit on what she can ...
  • President Donald Trump nominated for 2019 Nobel Peace Prize

    President Donald Trump nominated for 2019 Nobel Peace Prize

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    Congress members who signed the letter include Representatives Luke Messer, Mark Meadows, and Marsha Blackburn. "President Trump, if he can lead us to ending the Korean war after 70 years giving North Korea to give up take nuclear program in a verifiable way deserves the Nobel Peace Prize and then some".
  • Sensex, Nifty turn cautious ahead of US Federal policy outcome

    Sensex, Nifty turn cautious ahead of US Federal policy outcome

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    The Nifty50 closed at 10,739.35 points - up 47.05 points or 0.44 per cent - from the previous close, while the Sensex , closed at 35,160.36 points - up 190.66 points or 0.55 per cent - from its previous session's close. The Nifty IT index continued to remain weak, down 1.6 percent dragged by HCL Technologies which fell over 4 percent after the company declared its Q4 numbers.
  • As ETA prepares to disband Basque prisoners pine for home

    As ETA prepares to disband Basque prisoners pine for home

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    During its armed struggle for independence it killed over 820 people. In the letter Eta admits its "failure" towards the goal of giving the Basque conflict a political solution. They said this is the end of a process that started in 2010 that aims at "opening a new political era" and puts an end to 60 years of ETA's history.
  • SSLC Result 2018 Kerala at 10.30 am tomorrow on keralaresults

    SSLC Result 2018 Kerala at 10.30 am tomorrow on keralaresults

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    However, if they are finding it too hard to check their results on the above-mentioned websites due to technical snags, students can also check their results on examresults.net. Over 450,000 students appeared for the exam in 2017 and the overall pass percentage was 95.98%. Over 20,967 students had cleared the examinations with A+ Grade.
  • Arrested Plano Student Was Inspired by Islamic State: PD

    Arrested Plano Student Was Inspired by Islamic State: PD

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    He is in custody and bond has been set at $3 million. The teen suspect also wrote to a confidential source that "I've only been reading ISIS magazine guides for performing operations and making bombs", according to the Morning News. The station reported Yarand was "arrested for soliciting others to join him on mass shooting spree" but included an affidavit that says he "wanted to be "lone wolf" and spent $1,400 on weapons".
  • Shocking find in shopping centre bathroom

    Shocking find in shopping centre bathroom

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    Police believe the man entered the women's washroom on the evening of Friday, April 27, and then climbed on top of a pony wall, behind the toilets, and removed a vent cover. An autopsy is scheduled for later on Tuesday, a police representative told the Guardian. A spokesperson for the shopping centre previously confirmed the worker is a Core employee.
  • Man charged in killing at St. Louis entertainment district near Busch Stadium

    Man charged in killing at St. Louis entertainment district near Busch Stadium

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    A bystander, 38-year-old Corey Hall, was killed and another man was wounded. Hall was celebrating his birthday at a rooftop bar across from the St. Louis Cardinals stadium Sunday night when he was shot and killed. Police releasing new information the shooting was not random, and the suspect and victims knew each other. Hall was pronounced dead at a hospital just before 2 a.m.
  • Younger tackle players show brain disease earlier

    Younger tackle players show brain disease earlier

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    Doctors studied the brains of 246 former football players, 211 of which showed signs of CTE, a degenerative brain disorder that can cause memory loss and mood swings, among other symptoms. "There is something unique about the age you start playing football", says Alosco. The research also found kids who get brain injuries before the age of 12 seem to recover slower.
  • Colorado students to take part in nationwide pro-gun walkouts Wednesday

    Colorado students to take part in nationwide pro-gun walkouts Wednesday

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    But not a lot of attention has been given to those of us who want to protect our natural rights that are enshrined in the constitution. The response to the walkouts has been "overwhelmingly positive" from other students, Riley said. In Michigan, 18-year-old Zach Bell of Grand Ledge High School is one of those students who plan to participate. About 50 students lined the sidewalk outside the school where they held several moments of silence for first responders and the military.
  • The mysterious case of a dangling auto in Toronto

    The mysterious case of a dangling auto in Toronto

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    It's now being treated as a mischief investigation, and Sidhu said police believe it was intended as some sort of prank. While it appears to be part of a movie shoot, police said no such shoot was authorized and the reason for the stunt is still not clear.
  • US envoy to Israel: Palestinian leader's remarks a 'new low'

    US envoy to Israel: Palestinian leader's remarks a 'new low'

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    It should also be pointed out that while Israel's detractors among the Palestinian Authority often claim they aren't anti-Semitic, but rather just oppose Israeli policy, Abbas' outburst proves quite the opposite. In March, Abbas labelled Friedman a " son of a dog " during an attack on Trump's policies while also calling him a "settler", referring to his support for Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.
  • Clinton impeachment lawyer to represent Trump

    Clinton impeachment lawyer to represent Trump

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    Flood represented then-President Bill Clinton during his impeachment process in the late 1990s. Cobb's retirement comes shortly after questions special counsel Robert Mueller wants to ask Mr. Sources told ABC News last month that in the wake of an early morning Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on his personal attorney, Trump, and his legal team say the president is "less inclined" to sit down for an interview with Mueller.
  • Porn star sues Trump for defamation

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    In the tweet earlier in April, Trump said: "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man". Daniels alleged that she had an affair with the President some ten years ago and that the non-disclosure agreement she signed is invalid. In turn, "it is reasonable to infer that the person who threatened Ms. Clifford could have only been acting directly or indirectly on behalf of Mr. Trump and or [Trump's personal lawyer, Michael] Cohen".