Clashes erupted as educational institutions re-opened in J&K

Apr 25, 2017

On April 17, students rose up again in protests across the region that left more than 100 students and an unknown number of police officers injured. The authorities had shut the higher educational institutions as a precautionary measure in the wake of widespread violence by the students in Kashmir last week against the alleged high handedness of security forces with students in Pulwama on April 15.


Multiple Injuries Reported After Active Shooter Situation in Dallas

Apr 25, 2017

Greenhaw was safely evacuated from the offices near a multi-level highway interchange known as the High Five. Dallas Police say they used a shotgun to breach a locked glass door to enter the room, and one officer suffered minor injuries from the debris.


Thousands Join Global Rallies For Science

Apr 25, 2017

While the crowds were far smaller than the record-breaking Women's March in January, numerous March for Science events attracted thousands of participants. They chanted "hey hey, ho ho, we won't let this planet go". Calling science critical to economic growth and environmental protection, he said, "My administration is committed to advancing scientific research that leads to a better understanding of our environment and of environmental risks".


Edmontonians and parishioners mourn toddler found dead at north Edmonton church

Apr 25, 2017

Church officials said a vigil for the toddler is being planned for later this week. Anthony Joseph Raine is shown in a photo from the Facebook tribute page "R.I.P. Anthony was dressed in a light-blue snowsuit and was wearing new shoes - clothing that helped officers identify him thanks to tips from the public.


Venezuelan opposition seeks new strategy as unrest enters fourth week

Apr 25, 2017

The parliamentarian explained that the objective of the call is to take the protest to "a higher level", something that some understand as more violence, disorder and defiance to authorities. While she said she was hopeful the world is beginning to see there are injustices in Venezuela, her father, Carlos Paez, was more pessimistic. The opposition says the elections council should call elections for governors that were supposed to be held previous year, and accuse the council of indefinitely ...


United to compensate people on flight when man dragged off

Apr 24, 2017

Airport security then yanked the man from his seat, resulting in his face hitting the armrest before he was dragged up the aisle and off the plane. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that the airline's handling of the incident was "troubling".


Possible shutdown, health care quagmire awaiting Congress

Apr 24, 2017

This will be a political test for the congressional leadership and also for the president, who marks his 100th day in office on April 29. "I can't imagine the Democrats would shut down the government over an objection to building a down payment on a wall that can end the lawlessness".


California gunman to appear in court on murder count

Apr 24, 2017

The police labeled the murders a hate crime, but did not go so far as to label it terrorism, despite the fact that Muhammad repeatedly yelled, "Allahu Akbar." Muhammad was arrested on Tuesday shortly after the deadly morni. He shot three other white men at random on Tuesday, police said, including a Pacific Gas & Electric worker sitting in a truck and two men who had come out of a Catholic Charities building.


CNN Interviews Gay Men Tortured In Chechnya

Apr 24, 2017

Last week, United Nations experts reported that men were being subjected to verbal abuse, beatings and electric shocks. Igor Kochetkov, an activist with the group, told ABC News that it has received dozens of calls since February confirming the detentions.


Clippers' Griffin to miss rest of playoffs with toe injury

Apr 24, 2017

Now Griffin is out for the playoffs with a toe injury he suffered in Los Angeles' win. The timing of this also makes things tougher for Griffin this summer. Favors credited the Clippers for making the adjustment to attack the interior and said now it's up to the Jazz to adjust. Unlike Paul, he doesn't qualify for a newly implemented "super maximum" contract, meaning he would be costing himself less money if he signs elsewhere.


Abu Sayyaf Militants Behead Kidnapped Philippine Soldier: Army

Apr 24, 2017

Four gunmen have been killed on a Philippine tourist island as government forces pursue remnants of an Islamic militant group behind a foiled mass kidnapping attempt there, authorities said Sunday. Kainin pa kita sa harap ko, bigyan mo lang ako ng asin at suka, I'll eat you. "The safety of our peace-loving people is of paramount consideration as we deliver the final blow to the stragglers", it said.


ITV to hold televised election debate in spite of May refusal

Apr 24, 2017

Meanwhile the BBC's head of newsgathering Jonathan Munro told The Telegraph that he did "not want to get in a position where any party leader stops us doing a programme that we think is in the public interest". Mr Corbyn attacked Mrs May's refusal to debate him directly, saying: "She says it's about leadership, yet is refusing to defend her record in television debates and it's not hard to see why".


Kendrick Lamar says he's got some more new music coming

Apr 24, 2017

However, Damn . is more careful with its prescriptions. When he walked in the room and he seen that Top Dawg was this guy, he flipped. You seem extra chipper today . "More Life" sold 505,000 within the same period, after its release. On President Obama: "What I took from that experience was, the idea of knowing that it takes more..." However, that doesn't mean it doesn't sound great.


Taliban kills over 100 in Afghanistan

Apr 24, 2017

Others said that the toll was much more than reported. The Taliban quickly claimed responsibility for the attack , describing it as a retribution for the recent killing of several senior Taliban leaders. "Nor were any other soldiers in the multinational force harmed", a spokesman for the German Operations Command said. Fighters in three military vehicles with forged documents launched the attack by shooting a rocket at the entrance of the base, a military official told DPA news agency.


Volkswagen to Pay $2.8 Billion in US Diesel Emissions Scandal

Apr 24, 2017

The plea agreement called for "organization probation" in which the company would be overseen by an independent monitor. While lawyers representing the U.S. Volkswagen "deeply regrets the behavior that gave rise to this case", the company's general counsel, Manfred Doess, told the judge. Thompson is best known as former US President George W.


Greatness on LeBron's mind after historic playoff comeback

Apr 24, 2017

And that was before the first half of Game 3 Thursday night in Indianapolis , when the Pacers scored a whopping 72 points and led at halftime by 25. "At halftime, I was just looking at the guys and telling them 'Let's get a couple stops'".


Obama wades into French election before Sunday vote

Apr 24, 2017

Former U.S. President Barack Obama spoke to French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Thursday, but "an endorsement was not the objective of the call", Obama's spokesman said in a statement. The former US president's last intervention in a foreign election campaign, when he backed the pro-EU campaign in Britain's Brexit referendum, didn't go so well: The other side won.


Florida blaze spreads after ripping through homes, evacuating thousands

Apr 24, 2017

Scott clarified he hasn't talked to the president about the matter. Fire crews continued to work the area late Friday. The Caloosahatchee Forestry Center said Saturday there is a 5-mile temporary flight restriction in place around the fire in Collier County.


Hamilton expecting titanic F1 title battle after winning in China

Apr 23, 2017

Raikkonen, who is known for an occasional rant over the team radio, was complaining of a loss of power in his Ferrari as he languished in fourth place behind Ricciardo. With both teams showing equal pace at the top, there will likely be plenty of other opportunities for close races this season. Hamilton heaped praise on Vettel, the German four-time world champion, who was unlucky to have pitted just before a safety vehicle and emerged stuck in traffic.


Venezuela opposition vows fresh protests despite deaths

Apr 23, 2017

A 17-year-old boy and a 23-year-old woman died after being shot during the protests on Wednesday, while a soldier outside Caracas was also said to have been killed, bringing to eight the number of dead this month in a mounting political crisis.


UK Parliament approves Theresa May's snap vote

Apr 23, 2017

Antonio Tajani said all 27 other countries in the European Union would be in favour if a new government chose to reverse the Article 50 process following the June 8 election. Britain voted to leave the European Union last June and May formally triggered Article 50, the EU's divorce clause, on March 29, beginning what are set to be at least two years of hard negotiations before Britain finally leaves.


Gunmen attacked army base, 100 casualties

Apr 23, 2017

A total of 10 Taliban militants launched a major attack on an Army base camp in Mazar-i-Sharif in northern Afghanistan on Friday. "Many of my friends, people who worked with me, are among the casualties", said the medical staffer, who did not want to be named as he was not authorized to talk to media.


Trump raps Iran as violating 'spirit' of nuclear deal

Apr 23, 2017

The statement from the USA secretary of state appeared to have been orchestrated in order to dispel any illusion that Tehran's compliance with the nuclear agreement would have the slightest influence in staying Washington's hand in terms of the organization of military provocations and outright aggression against Iran.


How a single Trump sentence enraged South Korea

Apr 23, 2017

It's unclear what the ships unloaded. Top envoys on North Korea from the US, South Korea and Japan are due to meet on Tuesday, South Korea's foreign ministry said , to "discuss plans to rein in North Korea's additional high-strength provocations, maximise pressure on the North and ensure China's constructive role in resolving the North Korea nuclear issue".


North Korea fails to launch missile

Apr 23, 2017

But the most significant revelation was what the South Korean military believes is new type of ICBM, which the North claims to possess but has never successfully tested. Impoverished North Korea and the rich, democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-53 conflict ended in a truce, not a peace treaty.


US House Intel Committee Invites Comey, Brennan to Testify at Russia Hearing

Apr 23, 2017

An essential part of that investigation would be to see what ties, connections or loyalties Trump has toward Russian Federation and why Russian Federation wanted him to be president. The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence submitted a letter Thursday asking FBI Director James Comey to testify in closed session on May 2.


Power Outage Affects 90000 in San Francisco, Causes BART Station Closure

Apr 23, 2017

On Dec. 11, 2014, the entire Larkin substation lost power due to cable and equipment failures leading to outages for about 80,000 customers, according to a PG&E report . But others enjoyed the opportunity to skip work for the day and go outside. A power outage struck a wide area of San Francisco on Friday, blacking out about 90,000 utility custo.


What to know about Air Defense Identification Zones

Apr 23, 2017

Russian Bear bombers and spy planes buzzed Alaskan airspace the past two nights in a repeat of incidents earlier this week, two USA officials told Fox News on Friday. "In support of air-to-ground operations, the Sentry can provide direct information needed for interdiction, reconnaissance, airlift and close-air support for friendly ground forces", the Air Force says on its website .


Cuba Gooding Jr's dad Cuba Gooding Sr found dead, Possible Overdose

Apr 23, 2017

There were no signs of foul play, according to LAPD officials. The case has been passed to the coroner's office. Cuba Gooding, Sr ., the lead singer of the group The Main Ingredient, was found dead in his auto in Woodland Hills, CA on Thursday (April 20).


No president should congratulate a tyrant on victory

Apr 23, 2017

Speaking in an interview with broadcaster A Haber, Erdogan said challenging the results of the referendum was beyond the remit of Turkey's Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights, after Turkey's main opposition vowed to take legal action against what it said were irregularities.


Labour Has (Eventually) Ruled Out A Second Referendum On Brexit

Apr 23, 2017

For Labour to win an overall majority they not only need to keep the seats they now hold, but win 100 more. Bets are "pouring in" backing Yvette Cooper to become the next Labour leader putting her joint favourite with Keir Starmer, a bookmaker has said .


Christians nationwide celebrate Easter Sunday

Apr 22, 2017

Anthony's Catholic Church in Harlingen. "The objective of this rally is to tell the people of Kolkata about the resurrection of Christ". Russian President Vladimir Putin in his Easter Sunday message hailed the contribution made by the country's Orthodox Church and other Christian denominations to the lives of his compatriots.


US Sends Nuclear Sniffer Plane To Korea

Apr 22, 2017

Tokyo is working out a plan to evacuate Japanese nationals in conjunction with the usa evacuation scenario. U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday praised Chinese efforts to rein in "the menace of North Korea", after North Korean state media warned the United States of a "super-mighty preemptive strike".


Mexican's immigration status is in dispute over deportation

Apr 21, 2017

Juan Manuel Montes' attorneys said their client is believed to be the first known person who qualifies for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to be deported by President Donald Trump. Montes filed a complaint Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Southern California, saying U.S. immigration officials failed to provide documentation explaining the legal basis for his deportation, even after his attorneys contacted the Border Patrol and requested information under the Freedom ...


Canada softwood industry seeks China sales, as Trump widens trade attack

Apr 21, 2017

At issue is a recently-adopted Canadian policy that makes it more hard for American dairy farms to sell ultra-filtered milk across the border - a rule Canadian leaders say protects its own producers, but which the National Milk Producers Federation estimates could cost NY and Wisconsin farmers more than $150 million each year.



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