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ZEC is mandated to declare the final results not later than August 4. Protests by MDC Alliance supporters in the city centre took an ugly turn by the afternoon. "We however encourage al students and youth to go and vote, but when the clarion call of defense has been raised, lets all do so in the interests of nation building and self cleansing from despotism", said Bassopo.
  • Swedish crown jewels stolen in brazen heist

    Swedish crown jewels stolen in brazen heist

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    He told the Swedish television channel, SVT: "I have talked to a person at the county administrative board that says that it is not possible to put an economic value on this, these are invaluable objects of national interest ". In 2012, a friend of the royal family was convicted for stealing royal jewels worth more than $120,000, which he had purloined from a private apartment belonging to Princess Christina, the sister of King Carl XVI Gustaf.
  • Trump declares SUPPORT for Italy's anti-immigration stance in ATTACK on EU

    Trump declares SUPPORT for Italy's anti-immigration stance in ATTACK on EU

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    US President Donald Trump speaks during a joint news conference with Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in the East Room of the White House in Washington, US, July 30, 2018. Trump also zeroed in his attacks on Iran, but also stressed he would have no problem meeting the country's leaders with "no preconditions" and "any time they want".
  • SADC observer group says Zimbabwe election peaceful, orderly

    SADC observer group says Zimbabwe election peaceful, orderly

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    On Wednesday afternoon, riot police were stationed outside the electoral commission in the capital, Harare , where a crowd of opposition supporters gathered to await the results. Voting day in Zimbabwe's elections of 30 July, 2018. Basically Zanu PF has won the two-thirds majority and thus has the power to change the constitution if need arises.
  • After BJP, Assam Congress chief slams Mamata Banerjee's 'civil war' comment

    After BJP, Assam Congress chief slams Mamata Banerjee's 'civil war' comment

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    The Bharatiya Janata Party's youth wing on Tuesday filed a police complaint against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her remarks against the National Register of Citizens in Assam . When asked about who will become the prime minister in 2019, Mamata firmly said, "I don't think about these things, I want my country to go forward".
  • Tommy Robinson Released On Bail

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    Tommy will now be released on bail and in the interest of Justice Tommy needs to attend a new court hearing which will be conducted without breaking the laws. In May 2018, he broadcast on Facebook outside Leeds Crown Court about a trial which was under reporting restrictions imposed to avoid prejudicing that case and other related ones.
  • Federal judge blocks release of 3-D printable gun designs

    Federal judge blocks release of 3-D printable gun designs

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    Wilson first designed a 3D-printable plastic pistol, called the "Liberator.380", in 2012 and put the plans online. California, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington are also plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
  • North Korea is working on new missiles

    North Korea is working on new missiles

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    Trump thanked Kim for the return. North Korea shows off its missiles in a parade. "There's no reason at this point to doubt that they do relate to Korean War losses", said John Byrd, a forensic anthropologist working for the Hawaii-based agency in charge of identifying the remains.
  • Black man accuses Sean Spicer of hurling racial slur at him

    Black man accuses Sean Spicer of hurling racial slur at him

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    According to the Hill , Spicer, "who can't recall any incident like this happening", is considering legal action against the Associated Press and the Newport Daily News for their coverage of the story. Now, Spicer is threatening legal action against the Associated Press for reporting on the incident. Spicer told host Emily Maitlis: "We all make mistakes, Emily".
  • Canadian puddle splash van driver loses job

    Canadian puddle splash van driver loses job

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    The company has apologized on it's Facebook page , saying they take safety very seriously and that the individual is "no longer employed with Black and McDonald". A spokesman for Black & McDonald confirmed the firing. At the time, the videographer tweeted at Ottawa Police asking if there was a law for slowing down at puddles to not splash pedestrians and included a link to his video.
  • Manafort Drops Appeal of Civil Case Against Mueller

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    Asonye described how Manafort snapped up expensive real estate in the United States, spent millions of dollars on renovating his properties and more than a half million dollars on "fancy clothes". Prosecutors have said they will not present evidence of collusion at this trial. Prosecutors say they will introduce evidence that a chairman of one of the banks allowed Manafort to file inaccurate loan information in exchange for a role on the Republican campaign and the promise of a job in the ...
  • India's Assam on the edge over 'polarizing' National Record of Citizens

    India's Assam on the edge over 'polarizing' National Record of Citizens

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    Yet India has no repatriation treaty with Bangladesh, said Nanigopal Mahanta, head of the political science department at Gauhati University in Assam, noting the message from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party was clear. He assured thatpeople, who have been left out of the list can file claims and objections inthe Higher Administrative level and later in the Foreigners' Tribunal.
  • Spy agencies suspect NKorea building new missiles

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    Trump's remark at a political rally Wednesday in Tampa, Florida, was the latest sign of friction between the U.S. and North Korea, as they attempt to implement on Kim's June 12 agreement to "work toward complete denuclearisation". Eleven days after the Singapore summit and more than five weeks before the first boxes of possible remains were handed over by North Korea, Trump declared at a rally in Duluth, Minn., "We got back our great, fallen heroes, the remains".
  • Facebook grapples with evolving threat in the countdown to midterm elections

    Facebook grapples with evolving threat in the countdown to midterm elections

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    The social-media giant on Tuesday said it removed 32 pages and accounts from its main service and its Instagram photo-sharing app that were created between March 2017 and May of this year. Facebook said the suspect accounts had also run about 150 ads on Facebook and Instagram, costing a total of $11,000 (£8,300). "The latest was created in May 2018".
  • Iranians criticise Trump's offer of talks

    Iranians criticise Trump's offer of talks

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    He's also said, however, that as renewed sanctions kick in, he expected Iran would call and offer to return to the negotiating table, and that "we're ready to make a real deal". "They are having a lot of difficulty right now". The US administration's decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear deal has empowered fervent critics of the US in Iran, advocating for decreased engagement.