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As of Wednesday, about 65 of the Central American migrants had been allowed to pass through the San Ysidro pedestrian gate to apply for asylum, according to to immigration lawyers there . -Mexico border. Sessions said that an additional 35 assistant USA attorneys and 18 immigration judges to the crossing. "Make your claim to enter America in the lawful way and wait your turn", Sessions said.
  • No Permission for Gali To Campaign in Karnataka

    No Permission for Gali To Campaign in Karnataka

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    Janardhan, out on bail since 2015, had sought the court's permission to visit Ballari on May 8 and 9, and May 12 - when the assembly elections in Karnataka are scheduled to be held. He's now camping near Molakalmuru in Chitradurga district overseeing the campaign of his siblings as also the BJP, which is making a determined effort to form its government in the key southern state for a second time.
  • This is the biggest wave ever surfed

    This is the biggest wave ever surfed

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    Other surfers claim they have also broken McNamara's record, but Koxa's wave was the first to be confirmed as the biggest yet. That overtook the previous record of 78 feet (23.77 meters) set by American Garrett McNamara in 2011. Koxa calls the award as "a dream come true". Aaron Gold of Hawaii dominated the Paddle category again this year for his wave at Pe'ahi on January 14.
  • Centre's volte face: Aadhaar linking not needed for mobile SIM cards

    Centre's volte face: Aadhaar linking not needed for mobile SIM cards

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    So far, telecom companies have been insisting on all customers providing their Aadhaar details for verification as per an earlier instruction by the Department of Telecommunications . The final Supreme Court decision on Aadhaar's mandatory linking is expected only after the marathon hearing on Aadhaar, which is now underway in the Supreme Court, concludes.
  • Malaysia opposition leader investigated under fake news laws

    Malaysia opposition leader investigated under fake news laws

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    Malaysia is in the middle of intense campaigning for an election on May 9 that pits Prime Minister Najib Razak against 92-year-old former premier Mahathir. Mahathir made a political comeback amid anger over a massive corruption scandal involving the 1MDB state fund that was set up by Najib but accumulated billions in debts and is being investigated for money laundering in the U.S.
  • No question of celebrating Jinnah in India: Yogi Adityanath on AMU controversy

    No question of celebrating Jinnah in India: Yogi Adityanath on AMU controversy

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    A spokesperson of the University spoke with the Indian publication, saying similar violence were caused by Hindu nationalist parties when former Indian Vice President Hamid Ansari was being honored, leading to the program being cancelled. President, AMUSU, Mashkoor Ahmad Usmani, who was also injured in Wednesday's lathicharge by the police, said the students would approach the National Human Right Commission "with the help of all secular organisations of the country" if all doors to ...
  • At least four dead at Sibanye-Stillwater's Driefontein mine

    At least four dead at Sibanye-Stillwater's Driefontein mine

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    Two miners were killed and five others were still missing underground after an quake hit the Masakhane gold mine west of Johannesburg, the Sibanye-Stillwater company said on Thursday. "We are shocked at the current state of affairs". The issue of health and safety has always been a burning issue and Amcu is on record campaigning in this regard.
  • Motorhome police chase driver is arrested

    Motorhome police chase driver is arrested

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    When he led deputies on a chase Tuesday, he had his two children with him as he fled in a motor home beginning in the Mid-City area of L.A., officials said . Houk, a parolee out of OR, on Tuesday led police on a pursuit from L.A.to Bakersfield in Kern County. Sheriff's Captain Darren Harris said Houk's wife told deputies that he had assaulted her earlier that morning and pointed a loaded gun at her.
  • Eskom: Recovery plan to avoid load shedding working well

    Eskom: Recovery plan to avoid load shedding working well

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    Meanwhile independent energy expert Ted Blom told Fin24 on Wednesday that Eskom's board should have foreseen a risk of coal supply shortages six months ago. Eskom has had discussions with the business rescue practitioners with a view to ensuring that they continue to perform, in terms of the coal supply agreement, and coal supply to the power station is resuscitated without further delays.
  • Avenfield case: Nawaz's counsel continues cross-examination of NAB official

    Avenfield case: Nawaz's counsel continues cross-examination of NAB official

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    During the probe, Nawaz Sharif was found owner of Avenfield properties which proved that the Sharif family is involved in corruption and corrupt practices, he added. The Pakistan SC had, on July 28 previous year, disqualified Sharif from holding the office of the prime minister and had asked the NAB to file references against the Sharif family in connection with corruption cases against them.
  • Map: Here's how warm it will get - and when it will rain

    Map: Here's how warm it will get - and when it will rain

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    Talk with each family member so that everyone understands what to do if the weather suddenly turns unsafe. Suk said the region will quickly return to warm, dry and breezy conditions and near-critical fire weather after the storm. East/southeast winds 0 to 5 miles per hour. Between a half and three-quarters of an inch of rain is possible. Saturday night: A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, low around 50.
  • Accused serial killer's lawyer moves to halt search warrant

    Accused serial killer's lawyer moves to halt search warrant

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    One such photo is that of the suspect's penis. Joseph James DeAngelo was accompanied by his lawyer, Diane Howard, at his arraignment in Sacramento last week. A partial DNA sample also exists from evidence recovered from the Lake Berryessa murders, said Lt. Chris Carlisle of the Napa Sheriff's Office. Attorneys for the media organizations filed a motion Tuesday in Sacramento seeking access to the documents in the Golden State Killer case.