Monday July 24-th, 2017

Six Red Cross workers killed by 'IS gunmen' in Afghanistan

Salvin confirmed the operation and said that Munib "was responsible for facilitating multiple" deadly suicide attacks in Kabul past year - including the July massive suicide bombing that struck a peaceful rally by Afghanistan's minority ethnic Hazara...

Russian Federation airstrikes accidentally kill three Turkish soldiers in Syria, Turkish army says

Turkish media say 10 Turkish soldiers have been killed in the fighting in recent days. Both parties are investigating the incident, it said. Turkish-backed rebels who have been advancing against the Islamic State-held al-Bab reached the outskirts...

Airline CEOs Are Optimistic Following Talk With President Trump Airline CEOs Are Optimistic Following Talk With President Trump

Besides Southwest, Trump met with the chief executives of Delta, United , and JetBlue , executives from air cargo companies, and officials from several airports. Some opponents worry about handing over the system to a non-profit organization. "So w...

Le Pen launches French presidential bid

Trump and Le Pen share an "Islamophobic agenda" and they are attempting to scapegoat immigrants for the failure of their respective states, Colmain said. The chances of France leaving the European Union are quite low at the moment. Ms. Le Pen reite...

Russian Opposition Head Navalny Found Guilty, Ending Presidential Bid

In a webcast hearing on Wednesday, Judge Alexei Vtyurin said Navalny was guilty of embezzling timber worth about $500,000. During the retrial Prosecutor Sergey Bogdanov asked the court to hand Navalny a five-year suspended sentence. It's the latest...

France's scandal-hit Fillon says he will fight on for presidency

Political commentators said The Republicans may formulate a clear plan on Tuesday after the party's deputies have reported back from their constituencies on how Fillon is perceived. The first round of voting is scheduled for April 23 and candidates n...

5 circus performers seriously injured during high wire practice in Florida

At least one patient is being transported to a local hospital with a condition classified as "trauma alert". "Accidents do happen, as we know", Pedro Reis, co-founder and CEO of The Circus Arts Conservatory, said in a press conference. They were pe...

Modi's remarks against Manmohan ''unacceptable, in poor taste'' Modi's remarks against Manmohan ''unacceptable, in poor taste''

PM Modi said Singh is associated with the system for the last 35 years and his name still did not crop up in any scam. Prime Minister Modi was present in the Lok Sabha at the time Kharge made the remarks. He was responding to Rahul Gandhi, the Cong...

Syria regime hanged 13000 in notorious prison: Amnesty

Amnesty International's research shows that since 2011 the government is deliberately inflicting inhuman conditions on detainees at Saydnaya Prison through repeated torture, murder, enforced disappearance and the systematic deprivation of food, wa...

Winter storm could drop a foot of snow on Northeast US Winter storm could drop a foot of snow on Northeast US

New snow accumulation of around an inch possible. Road conditions will be risky through the morning and early afternoon. On Tuesday night , a winter storm watch was issued for Philadelphia beginning on Wednesday night , into Thursday .

God-daughter of Prince Charles found dead in her home

Despite having no kids, Tara had a lot of friends in high places, thanks to her family's close relationship with the Royal Family. As she approached 30, and at the end of her socialite streak, she admitted she envied the more structured lives of ...

There should not be a second Scottish independence vote - May's spokesman

The SNP attempted to block the United Kingdom government's Brexit bill last week. Only one of Scotland's 59 MPs - Scottish Secretary David Mundell - supported the bill, but it ultimately passed its first parliamentary hurdle by 498 votes to 114.

Senator Shaheen: No Filibuster of Gorsuch

Durbin contrasted his readiness to meet with Gorsuch to Republicans' refusal past year to give a hearing to former President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Merrick Garland. Gorsuch, a federal appeals court judge, has been compared to Scalia, ...

Canada's 2016 census shows growth rate of new dwellings slowing down Canada's 2016 census shows growth rate of new dwellings slowing down

A rural area known as Grande-Anse saw a high population growth of 21.8 per cent. From 2011 to 2016, the number of dwellings in the country - defined as "a set of living quarters with a private entrance" - grew 5.6 per cent to more than 14 million, ...

Justice Ginsburg laments partisanship at Stanford talk

In response to a question about which values held by the Founding Fathers must change and which must remain, Ginsburg suggested that the electoral college should be eliminated while lauding the Freedom of the Press Clause and the Equal Protection Cla...

Former president Nicolas Sarkozy ordered to face trial over 2012 election funds Former president Nicolas Sarkozy ordered to face trial over 2012 election funds

This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. The party allegedly conspired with a public relations firm Bygmalion, which falsely invoiced Sarkozy's party of 18 million euros rather than the poll campaign.

Trump jokingly offers to 'destroy' career of Texas state senator Trump jokingly offers to 'destroy' career of Texas state senator

Republicans and Democrats in Congress and in state legislatures have recently pushed legislation to rein in a long-standing practice of police seizing the cash and property of suspects who have not been convicted of a crime. In a 2015 Senate hearing,...

Hardik Patel will be Shiv Sena's CM candidate for Gujarat Hardik Patel will be Shiv Sena's CM candidate for Gujarat

Gujarat's 182 Assembly constituencies will go to polls later this year. Uddhav's comment comes a day after party spokesman Sanjay Raut at an election rally said that the state government is on notice period and that after the Brihanmumbai Municipal C...

Homeland Security Chief Kelly Takes Blame for Extreme Vetting Order Homeland Security Chief Kelly Takes Blame for Extreme Vetting Order

Representative Cedric Richmond. "Of the 51 Muslim countries on Earth, seven are on the pause list", Kelly said, Bloomberg reported. Audio clip: Listen to audio clip . That was the beginning of a weekend of negotiations among senior Trump adminis...

Army Approves Dakota Access Pipeline Route, Paving Way For The Project's Completion Army Approves Dakota Access Pipeline Route, Paving Way For The Project's Completion

President Donald Trump has since approved the pipeline - along with the Keystone XL line - leading to increased activity at the campsite. The Army said Tuesday it will abandon an environmental study of the Dakota Access Pipeline and grant a permi...

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