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Today is an occasion to reflect on the costs and consequences of the 1948 war, which resulted in the mass displacement and dispossession of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes . He stressed that the US decision to transfer the US Embassy to Jerusalem has complicated the situation and put obstacles to the peace process as the decision is a complete prejudice against the historic and permanent rights of the Palestinian people in Jerusalem.
  • 2 dead in CT, thousands without power after storms strike

    2 dead in CT, thousands without power after storms strike

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    Two women look at the storm damage in Bridgewater, Conn., on Tuesday after severe storms rolled through the area. The biggest threat for flooding will be from southern New Jersey to Virginia, where 4-8 inches of rain could fall with localized heavier amounts possible.
  • Decision on KM Joseph deferred

    Decision on KM Joseph deferred

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    At the May 11 meeting of the collegium, comprising CJI Misra and Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph , it was unanimously made a decision to reiterate the proposal to elevate Justice K M Joseph. This was the collegium's third meeting since the Centre returned the file of Justice Joseph. It had also said that the Kerala High Court being comparatively a smaller court, with a sanctioned strength of 42 judges , was a parent high court for Supreme Court ...
  • VK Singh holds talks in North Korea, first trip in 20 years

    VK Singh holds talks in North Korea, first trip in 20 years

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    An official statement from the ministry of external affairs said the assurance came during minister of state for external affairs V.K. Singh's two-day visit to North Korea starting Wednesday. summit can be proceeded successfully based on the spirit of mutual respect", the Blue House said in a statement following the meeting. Singh's visit is the first ministerial level visit from India to North Korea after a gap of nearly 20 years, it said.
  • Merkel: EU countries agree Iran nuclear deal 'not perfect'

    Merkel: EU countries agree Iran nuclear deal 'not perfect'

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    The EU wants to salvage the Iran nuclear deal, which offers the Islamic Republic relief from economic sanctions in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program and Europe sees as an important element of worldwide security. On May 11, Merkel criticized the decision of US President Donald Trump to withdraw the United States from the agreement with Iran, as she said, 'it is wrong to unilaterally cancel a pact unanimously approved by the Security Council of United Nations'.
  • Grenfell: No ban on flammable cladding

    Grenfell: No ban on flammable cladding

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    Campaigners branded it a "whitewash" after it failed to recommend either of the measures. But her decision not to advise a ban on combustible cladding or insulation for high-rise buildings drew immediate condemnation from a wide range of critics including the opposition Labour Party.
  • AMERICAN HERO: Officer 'CHARGED' at School Shooter Within Seconds

    AMERICAN HERO: Officer 'CHARGED' at School Shooter Within Seconds

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    A Lee County judge set bond at $2 million. When officers went inside the high school, they said they saw students and teachers barricaded in their classrooms as they should have been. Police Chief Steven Howell Jr. said several shots were fired near the auditorium, and Dallas rushed to the area to confront the gunman. Julie Milby, the alleged shooter's mother, said her son was ostracized at school and left to finish his credits outside of class.
  • Florida man killed and burned by exploding vape pen

    Florida man killed and burned by exploding vape pen

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    The projectile was from a section of an e-cigarette. The exploding e-cigarette, manufactured by Smok-E Mountain Mech Works, was an unregulated type that lacked "safety features", according to the medical examiner contacted by WFTS. The U.S Fire Administration revealed that between 2009 and 2016, nearly 200 electronic cigarette incidents were reported . Firefighters found him in the upstairs bedroom at his home in St.
  • Bumrah leads Mumbai to close win over Punjab in IPL

    Bumrah leads Mumbai to close win over Punjab in IPL

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    Mumbai Indians started very well with the bat after some brilliant shots from the bat of Suryakumar Yadav. But Jasprit Bumrah struck twice in the 17th over to send Finch packing four short of what would have been a well deserved fifty before bouncing out Marcus Stoinis (1).
  • Five Killed, One Hospitalized After Shooting Inside Texas Home

    Five Killed, One Hospitalized After Shooting Inside Texas Home

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    In her Facebook post, Simpson said she had been shot and was likely facing more surgeries. The Ponder Volunteer Fire Department says they were called out to a home on Wednesday morning for a self-inflicted gunshot victim. The female survivor's condition is unknown at this time. Superintendent Bruce Yeager said in a statement that the address where the shooting took place doesn't come up in the district's system as belonging to any students or staff members.
  • TMC leading in WB Panchayat polls

    TMC leading in WB Panchayat polls

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    In this article, we'll follow the live updates of West Bengal Panchayat Samitis and winning candidates. Voting took place for a second time in 10 booths in Hooghly, 28 booths in West Midnapore, 52 booths in Coochbehar, 63 booths in Murshidabad, 60 booths in Nadia, 59 booths in North 24 Parganas, 55 booths in Malda, 73 booths in Uttar Dinajpur, 26 in South 24 Pargans, among others.
  • American jailed in Venezuela without trial pleads for help amid prison riot

    American jailed in Venezuela without trial pleads for help amid prison riot

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    He said tear gas and weapons had been fired at detainees but they were holding out to demand freedom. I have NEVER done anything wrong in my life. In another video on social media, Joshua Holt , a USA citizen and Mormon missionary whose family has said he was framed on weapons charges while in Venezuela for his wedding, pleaded to be set free.
  • Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in United States prison for sanction evasion

    Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in United States prison for sanction evasion

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    Earlier in 2018, Atilla was convicted of taking part in a scheme to help Iran evade USA sanctions. Reports say USA prosecutors wanted 15 years sentence for Atilla but the bankers lawyers sought a sentence of less than four years. Zarrab, 34, initially pleaded not guilty then flipped, becoming a U.S. government witness after admitting being involved in the multi-billion-dollar gold-for-oil scheme to subvert USA economic sanctions against Iran.
  • PNB fraud: CBI files second chargesheet

    PNB fraud: CBI files second chargesheet

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    Diamond merchant Mehul Choksi and his companies under the Gitanjali Group , have been named in the supplementary charge sheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the over 2 billion dollar Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case.
  • Larry Nassar Victims To Receive $500 Million In Michigan State Settlement

    Larry Nassar Victims To Receive $500 Million In Michigan State Settlement

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    Michigan State's settlement dwarfs the settlements paid out by Penn State, another Big Ten school, to the victims of Jerry Sandusky in terms of volume, but not ratio. It does not address claims against USA Gymnastics, the US Olympic Committee, or the owners of the Texas facility where gymnasts trained, according to a statement from the California law firm of Manly, Stewart & Finaldi in Los Angeles.
  • LNER: It's about time we started paying into our own railways

    LNER: It's about time we started paying into our own railways

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    After news broke that Ministers are pulling the plug on the East Coast rail line franchise after heavy losses for operators Stagecoach and Virgin , Chris Grayling has issued a further statement on his decision for the line's future. The new publicly controlled rail line will be renamed the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER). Virgin Trains East Coast's contract will be ended on June 24.