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  • Kashmir students clash with Indian troops; many injured

    Kashmir students clash with Indian troops; many injured

    During the protests, the students clashed with the police and paramilitary personnel and pelted stones on them. Students at Kashmir University also boycotted their classwork to stand in solidarity with the injured students. "A lady constable had a fracture in her arm". "I hope Mehbooba has thought through the implications of mass student protests across the valley". Is @MehboobaMufti not alert to situation? Students clashed with government forces in Indian Kashmir on Monday as they ...

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  • Russia, Google reach $7.8 million settlement on Android case

    Russia, Google reach $7.8 million settlement on Android case

    While Android is an open platform, core parts of the operating system aren't, including Google's app store. Google will no longer demand exclusivity of its applications on Android-based devices in Russian Federation and will not restrict the pre-installation of rival search engines and other applications, Alexei Dotsenko, FAS deputy head, told reporters.

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  • Trump vs. Planned Parenthood: Showdown Over Funding

    The Republican health care bill, which was fully backed by the White House, would have defunded Planned Parenthood. Similarly, Dawn Laguens , executive vice president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said the Trump administration should build on Obama's order, "instead of enacting policies that take us backward".

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  • Disney confirms Carrie Fisher won't be in Episode IX

    Star Wars Celebration in Orlando should have been a weekend of pure joy; unfortunately everyone is still reeling from the loss of Carrie Fisher. The first trailer for Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi dropped overnight, and fans have big expectations for the follow-up to 2015's The Force Awakens .

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  • Inter Milan v AC Milan Betting Tips

    Inter Milan v AC Milan Betting Tips

    Inter, owned by Chinese group Suning since June 2016, had further chances early in the second half and although keeper Samir Handanovic was decisive a couple of times , the big Slovenian was left stranded when Alessio Romagnoli met Suso's cross at the back post to hit what initially seemed a late consolation on 83 minutes.

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  • 4 bodies found in New York park near area of gang violence

    4 bodies found in New York park near area of gang violence

    However, it's not clear whether the latest incident is related to gang violence. " This is a long-term war and make no mistake about it it's a war", Sini told reporters, announcing a $25,000 reward for information about the killings. George's brother William Tigre, of Bellport, said he'd received a call shortly after the bodies were found from a friend who said he's seen his brother get murdered, he told ABC News .

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  • Arrest Made In Murder Of Princeton Jogger Vanessa Marcotte

    Arrest Made In Murder Of Princeton Jogger Vanessa Marcotte

    She had gone out for a jog in August of 2016 when she was visiting her family in Princeton, but never returned. Her body was found later that night in a wooded area about a half mile from her mother's home. He also said Ortiz worked in the area and "had been for some time". "Vanessa Marcotte was a much loved member of the Google team, working in our NY office for the a year ago and a half, and known for her ubiquitous smile, passion for volunteer work, and love of Boston sports", a Google ...

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  • Cops fired after videos surface of them punching, kicking motorist

    Michael Bongiovanni were captured on video Wednesday at about 4 p.m. assaulting the man they'd pulled over, Lawrenceville resident Demetrius Bryan Hollins. As we already know, anytime you resist an officer's request, even if you are in the right, sh*t goes all the way left. "The history of this department is that we investigate our own people".

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  • Trump signs law rolling back Obama-era planned parenthood funding protection

    Trump signs law rolling back Obama-era planned parenthood funding protection

    CMS spokeswoman Jane Norris said in an email, "President Trump is delivering on his promise to give states the flexibility that they need to make health care decisions that best meet their citizens' unique needs". Dawn Laguens , executive vice president of Planned Parenthood , condemned the resolution's passage on Thursday's, saying that the latest reversal of an Obama era regulation would have a serious negative impact on four million people who depend on Title X programming.

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  • Jaguar wins World Car of the Year

    Jaguar wins World Car of the Year

    It's a double celebration for Jaguar after their F-PACE landed two top titles at the World Car of the Year Awards this week. "It's spacious, too, and - something I haven't mentioned yet, but perhaps the most important point of all - it looks fantastic".

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  • Iran's Rouhani registers to run for re-election

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L), U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz (2nd L), Head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organisation Ali Akbar Salehi (2nd R) and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (R) wait with others ahead of a meeting at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne on March 26, 2015.

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  • Erdogan and Putin back investigation into Syria chemical attack

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says Syria's military gave up all its chemical weapons in 2013 after an agreement made at the time. A man breathes through an oxygen mask, after what rescue workers described as a suspected gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria April 4, 2017.

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  • Community Easter egg hunt planned Saturday in Wagoner

    Glen Carbon youngster Eddison Blake, 4, listened to her mother and concentrated on an area near one of the cut-out animals in the outfield. "I'd come home and eggs and candy would be on my front porch", Ramos said. "It's not the "blind kid" or the 'deaf kid.' They are just a kid in a group of kids". The egg hunt begins at 1 p.m. WAVE and a few other sponsors, provided more than 3,500 eggs filled with candy.

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  • Apple May Ditch Dialog, Analyst Says, Hitting Chipmaker's Shares

    Apple May Ditch Dialog, Analyst Says, Hitting Chipmaker's Shares

    A short-term positive for Dialog, even if the reported 2019 shift proves to be true, is the fact that Apple's highly anticipated 10 anniversary iPhone is due out in 2017. The analyst said Apple could have its own power chips ready by 2019's iPhone line, adding that the company is working on facilities in the USA and Germany.

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  • United States indexes make small gains led by energy stocks

    The S&P 500 Index was down 3.38 points, or 0.14%, to 2353.78. The Standard & Poor's 500 rose 1.62 points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,357.16. Qualcomm (QCOM) dropped almost 2% and Apple (AAPL) dipped 0.1% on reports that Qualcomm late Monday filed counter-claims against Apple , alleging the larger company of a series of unethical practices.

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  • China Conceals Scale of Executions, Provides Misleading Information - Watchdog

    China Conceals Scale of Executions, Provides Misleading Information - Watchdog

    The study found out that generally across the world, death penalty was given to people whose crimes did not meet the criteria of "most serious crimes". "Many of those with the worst record on executions are countries which British Prime Minister Theresa May has been actively courting in recent weeks - has been actively courting in recent weeks - including Saudi Arabia , where juveniles face beheading and crucifixion, and Bahrain, where political protesters have been executed on the ...

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  • South Africans protest Zuma as country downgraded to junk

    South Africans protest Zuma as country downgraded to junk

    Most of those who took part in anti-Zuma marches were among the richest people in the country "who have never been subjected to poverty", the newly-appointed police minister told ANC Youth League members at the Durban City Hall. A "holding hands" picket is due to take place in Cape Town, where motorists hooted in support of the march holding up South African flags. The president is hoping to install his former wife Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the recently departed head of the African Union ...

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  • Europe Lays Out Approach to Brexit Negotiations

    Europe Lays Out Approach to Brexit Negotiations

    The fallout from Brexit kept coming for London on Friday, with Spain pressing its claim to Gibraltar and Scotland formally calling for a second independence referendum. Mr Tusk ruled out the suggestion there was an inherent threat in the warning. Minutes before the joint press conference, Tusk tweeted: "EU27 does not, will not pursue punitive approach".

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  • What you need to know about Susan Rice and the unmasking controversy

    These intelligence reports became the subject of controversy after reports surfaced that former National Security Adviser Susan Rice "unmasked" United States citizens who were swept up in the incidental surveillance. On Wednesday, she said of Trump's comments, "I'm not going to dignify the president's ludicrous charge with a comment". Often, such names are blanked out, or "masked" in such reports.

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  • North Korea: US missile strikes on Syrian airbase 'unforgivable act of aggression'

    North Korea: US missile strikes on Syrian airbase 'unforgivable act of aggression'

    The launches are considered to be in violation with the corresponding resolution adopted by the United Nations. The U.S.is running out of options in dealing with the threat posed by the North Korean leader. "The U.S. missile attack against Syria is a clear and unforgivable act of aggression against a sovereign state, and we strongly condemn this", an unnamed spokesman was quoted by the agency.

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  • Tillerson: 'No change' to Syria policy after strike

    On the same day, Haley also signaled that the U.S. planned to lead an effort to remove Assad from power. "Assad now knows there is a red line with regard to the use of chemical weapons". "And we believe that the first priority is the defeat of ISIS", Tillerson said in a clip made public on the eve of the Sunday talkshow's air time. "As for the [Johnson's] words that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will deliver a coordinated position on Syria to Russian Federation, thereby Boris Johnson ...

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  • US opens formal investigation into civilian deaths in Mosul

    US opens formal investigation into civilian deaths in Mosul

    According to the Iraqi Observation for Human Rights (IOHR), ISIS recently kidnapped almost 200 children from western Mosul , believed to be used as human shields during attacks. An episode this week in which Islamic State fighters forced civilians inside a building, killing one who resisted, was observed by USA surveillance aircraft.

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  • YouTube launches TV service

    YouTube launches TV service

    First, the launch is only available in five cities: New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The cloud DVR, multiple user profiles, all local broadcast networks, and $35 price point may provide some competitive advantage.

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  • 11-Year-Old Michigan Boy Hangs Self after Social Media Prank

    11-Year-Old Michigan Boy Hangs Self after Social Media Prank

    The prosecutor's office declined to comment on Thursday. She had made it look like she had killed herself, Goss said , and used other friends and their social media accounts to add authenticity. A distraught MI mother who recently lost her young son to suicide is using his untimely death to warn other parents about the occasional dangers of social media.

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  • US general confident North Korean missile can be intercepted

    In a statement , the council said it was concerned about Pyongyang's "highly destabilizing behavior and flagrant and provocative defiance of the Security Council". Whether the North will heed the president's warning remains to be seen. Trump has said the United States is prepared to go it alone in bringing Pyongyang to heel if China - North Korea's top ally - does not step in.

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  • McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid

    McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid

    But citing several sources familiar with his thinking, The Atlantic reports Romney is apparently mulling another run at the upper chamber - this time to replace longtime Sen. Could Mitt Romney make his political comeback in the Senate? Romney's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Back in February, he told the Deseret News that "all doors are open", but he didn't have any predictions on what he might do.

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  • List of contacts required for security clearance

    List of contacts required for security clearance

    Another example of a possible conflict of interest arose when ABC news reported that in February, 2017, a Chinese woman paid almost $16 million for an apartment in a Trump New York property. He actually said 'cuck, ' as in "cuckservative, '" a term often used on social media and generally online by the alt-right, a political movement, coined by white nationalist Richard Spencer, composed loosely of anti-establishment conservatives who also have white nationalists, extreme right ideologues, ...

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  • Putin: Criticism of Russia protest arrests is 'interference'

    Putin: Criticism of Russia protest arrests is 'interference'

    Putin also downplayed a meeting between Jared Kushner - Trump's son-in-law and close advisor - and Sergey Gorkov, chairman of Russian state development bank VneshEconomBank, which has been under U.S. Peskov added that contacts between USA and Russian officials, including ambassadors, in the field of diplomacy does not mean interference in U.S. domestic affairs.

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  • Liverpool concedes late to draw 2-2 against Bournemouth

    Perhaps there's something going around Anfield because Klopp himself admitted he felt the need to vomit, although that probably had more to do with the Cherries' sickening equaliser than any virus. "Our set-pieces tonight I thought were really good ". "I have to be clearer in these situations, obviously, but I will find a solution for this". I should have explained better.

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  • Russia's Supreme Court upholds ban on Jehovah's Witnesses

    Russia's Supreme Court upholds ban on Jehovah's Witnesses

    Its headquarters near St. Petersburg already have been placed on the list of extremist groups, the BBC reported . The high-profile nature of the case is sparking coverage by worldwide news outlets, including an article in Time magazine posted online on April 4 ("Russian Supreme Court Considers Outlawing Jehovah's Witness Worship") and a front-page article in the print edition of The New York Times ("Pacifist, Christian and Threatened by Russian Ban as "Extremist") on April 5.

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  • Spotify goes back on their word

    Spotify goes back on their word

    The streaming music company, which has been valued by investors at more than US$8 billion (S$11 billion), is by far the largest service of its kind, with 50 million paying subscribers and at least another 50 million who listen to music on Spotify's free tier, which has advertising.

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  • Sensex, Nifty rally to record high, all eyes on RBI

    Sensex, Nifty rally to record high, all eyes on RBI

    However, in pre-market opening, Sensex touched 29,996-mark and Nifty a new high of 9,264-level. "The monetary policy committee chose to keep the policy rate unchanged in this review while persevering with a neutral stance", the central bank said in a statement.

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