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Locals said the victims were likely boys and girls of a college that were touring the scenic valley. However, tourists ignored the warning signs and bridge collapsed resulting in five deaths. He further said Pakistan Army is assisting the civil administration in the rescue. The army's media wing said that the Army personnel shifted four bodies and 11 injured to Muzaffarabad from Shahkot via helicopter.
  • Europe moves to safeguard interests in Iran after United States pullout

    Europe moves to safeguard interests in Iran after United States pullout

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    So far, China, France , Russia, Britain, the European Union and Iran remain in the accord, which placed controls on Iran's nuclear program and led to a relaxation of US economic sanctions against Iran and companies doing business there. But in an interview aired on the ABC's This Week program, Bolton said, "That's not the policy of the administration". "Iran was likely to respond with tougher, more defiant policies to President Donald Trump's announcement on Tuesday that he was pulling ...
  • Tax cases against P. Chidambaram Congress's Nawaz Sharif moment: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Tax cases against P. Chidambaram Congress's Nawaz Sharif moment: Nirmala Sitharaman

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    The Congress leader also reminded the ruling BJP of its failure to bring back black money from overseas and deposit Rs 15 lakh in every Indian's bank account, as promised by it before the 2014 Lok Sabha election. Targeting Shah, he said in a subsequent tweet , "The president of the richest political party in India is dreaming of billions of dollars! Let Rahul Gandhi come out and tell why his party leader did not make these disclosures", she said.
  • Bodies recovered from site of Offaly plane crash

    Bodies recovered from site of Offaly plane crash

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    Their bodies were recovered around 10pm and taken to Tullamore Regional Hospital where a post mortem will be carried out. Rescue crews, Gardai and a team from the Air Accident Investigation Unit are at the scene. All 16 made their jump from the craft. Members of the Civil Defence, Offaly Fire Services, and gardaí set up a road block not far from the crash site and a number of local people attended the scene.
  • Deaths of 7 in family stun Australians

    Deaths of 7 in family stun Australians

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    Detectives are expected to spend several days at the property. Investigators have not revealed the motive behind the shootings, with Mr Cockman only saying he previously enjoyed a close relationship with Ms Miles' parents. The farm is located in Osmington , northeast of Margaret River . Also, police do not conduct searches of the suspects, because there is a suspicion that the killer was one of those killed was a suicide.
  • Europe isn't USA 'vassal,' wants to uphold Iran nuclear deal

    Europe isn't USA 'vassal,' wants to uphold Iran nuclear deal

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    The bank's analysts wrote Thursday that collapsing oil production in Venezuela and potential export disruptions in Iran could push the price of Brent crude as high as $100 per barrel in 2019. Outside Europe, one of Iran's single biggest customers-China-has already reassured Tehran that it would continue to import its crude . Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, was up 0.4% to trade at $77.66 per barrel.
  • Controversial £50m cash boost to expand grammar schools

    Controversial £50m cash boost to expand grammar schools

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    On average 2.6% of grammar school children received free school meals compared with 13.4% of children across all state secondary schools. "School budgets are at breaking point". The Archbishop of Liverpool has condemned the British government after it broke a manifesto promise to allow new Catholic schools to open. The plans to set up a formal agreement between grammar schools and the government to widen access for disadvantaged pupils were delayed in January by the cabinet reshuffle ...
  • United States vows to make North Korea rich

    United States vows to make North Korea rich

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    North Korean officials announced Saturday they will take the first steps in less than two weeks to dismantle the country's nuclear test site, as they prepare for the historic summit between leaders of the isolated nation and the United States.
  • Don't Do Business With Iran, Bolton Warns Euro Firms

    Don't Do Business With Iran, Bolton Warns Euro Firms

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    He said perhaps they feel that way in large part because representatives of the Obama administration were working in the past several weeks to try and prevent the deal from abrogating, which may have given the Europeans the false impression that they could prevail.
  • Iran's President Rouhani seeks to preserve nuclear agreement with Europe

    Iran's President Rouhani seeks to preserve nuclear agreement with Europe

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    Iran's President Rouhani expects to retain nuclear agreement for the sake of diplomacy as a method of solving worldwide disputes. Nevertheless, the agreement could not have been reached without his approval. He was warmly welcomed by Iran's President Hassan Rouhani at Saadabad Palace. The Sri Lankan president, for his part, stressed the need for development of bilateral ties between the two countries, describing Iran as one of the major purchasers of his country's tea, and a key exporter of ...
  • Stoeger to leave Dortmund at the end of the season

    Stoeger to leave Dortmund at the end of the season

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    Hamburg , the only team with an uninterrupted Bundesliga run since the league's creation in 1963, left their distraught fans in tears as their stadium clock showing 54 years and 260 days in the top division needs to be reset. After a good start to the year, his team nearly missed out on the Champions League which translates into a big payday for the club. With two of the top-four spots still to play for heading into a thrilling final round of action, these two sides were locked in a ...
  • White House condemns Iran rocket attacks against Israel

    White House condemns Iran rocket attacks against Israel

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    No one on the Israeli side was reported to have been injured. Conricus said Israel forewarned Russian Federation of its strikes on Thursday, which Syrian state media first reported hit Baath City in Quneitra, near the border. Many Israeli leaders, including Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, have welcomed the USA move, terming it as an important and significant step in ensuring the security of the entire free world.
  • Judge hears last-minute issues in Greitens' case

    Judge hears last-minute issues in Greitens' case

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    The backlash against Greitens, a onetime Republican Party rising star, grew after he was charged in a separate case with computer tampering. Jury selection begins Thursday in Greitens' trial. At least five other defense lawyers also have been present. Chief Trial Assistant Robert Dierker again answered no. The issue is among many last-minute details Judge Rex Burlison will consider at a hearing Wednesday afternoon.
  • USA may sanction European Union companies who trade with Iran - Bolton

    USA may sanction European Union companies who trade with Iran - Bolton

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    But Bolton didn't rule out sanctions for European companies doing business with Iran. "It's possible. It depends on the conduct of other governments", Bolton said on CNN's "State of the Union". He said perhaps they feel that way in large part because representatives of the Obama administration were working in the past several weeks to try and prevent the deal from abrogating, which may have given the Europeans the false impression that they could prevail.
  • Iranian Foreign Minister Visits China To Discuss Nuclear Deal

    Iranian Foreign Minister Visits China To Discuss Nuclear Deal

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    On May 8, US President Donald Trump announced Washington's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal as it, in his words, leaves Iran a possibility to create a nuclear bomb bypassing all the restrictions. withdrawal. That is part of a flurry of diplomatic activity following Trump's unilateral withdrawal from what he called "a terrible, one-sided deal", a move accompanied by the threat of penalties against any foreign firms doing business in Iran.