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Sep 23 2017

Why Not Deport Rohingya, Myanmar Will Accept Them: Home Minister Rajnath Singh

The incident occurred on the outskirts of Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar district, where tens of thousands of Rohingya have set up makeshift shelters since fleein...

Sep 22 2017

Dhoni and Kohli Didn't Make Steve Smith's Dream Team

India's captain Virat Kohli led by example and scored an impressive 92-run knock as the hosts were all-out for 252 runs in their allotted 50 overs of the second ODI ag...

Sep 22 2017

Fed agency urging corporate cybersecurity upgrades is hacked

The SEC provided little information, so it's still unknown which companies may have been affected or if hackers made a profit. I commend Chairman Clayton for initiating a...

Sep 22 2017

United Kingdom police arrest third suspect over London train attack

But she warned the Parsons Green investigation was "still an ongoing operation". The progress has downgraded the terror threat level in the United Kingdom. Ronald Jones...

Sep 22 2017

Iran-made drone shot down

He said Israel chose to shoot it down after it entered the demilitarized zone between Syria and the Israeli-controlled side of the Golan. The drone (an unmanned aerial...

Sep 21 2017

Qatar's Emir Disregards Reasons behind Crisis

US President Donald Trump and Sheikh Tamim later held a meeting during which the emir requested his intervention, while Trump expected a solution to the crisis soon. Unde...

Sep 21 2017

Reliance Communications comes out in support of TRAI reducing call connect charges

Other types of calls such as those made from landline telephones (wired connections) have always been not subjected to any interconnection charges. The Telecom Regulat...

Sep 20 2017

Paul Manafort was wiretapped by feds, CBS News confirms

Three sources said the government obtained evidence Manafort "had encouraged the Russians to help with the campaign", though two of them told CNN it was not conclusive...

Sep 20 2017

Macron convinced Trump will see USA interests lie inside Paris climate deal

The annual parade commemorates the 1789 storming of the Bastille prison, a major turning point in the French Revolution. "But I came back and one of my early calls were, ...

Sep 20 2017

Category Five Hurricane Maria batters Dominica, takes PM's roof

Skerrit has confirmed that there will be deaths confirmed, but says that we won't know exactly how many until tomorrow morning. Maria's strength diminished slightly to ...

Sep 19 2017

Read About Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson - US Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana

Because Graham and Cassidy are civil interlocutors and have sounded more reasonable than many of their Republican colleagues in talking about health care, there is an une...

Sep 19 2017

Ayatollah Khamenei slams United States 'bullying' Iran on nuclear deal

However, the new United States administration is trying to exclude Iran from the nuclear deal, forcing the Iranian authorities to voluntarily refuse to prolong the deal...

Sep 19 2017

Sharif's wife wins prestigious Lahore by-election

Sharif's supporters celebrated in the streets Sunday night, dancing to drums and songs blaring from loudspeakers and shouting slogans while the Lahore sky was lit by fi...

Sep 19 2017

Clemson jumps to No. 2 in AP poll after beating Louisville

The Sooners, however, got off to a slow start as they and the Green Wave were tied at 14 after the first quarter. In the Big 12, Oklahoma state rose three spots to No. ...

Sep 19 2017

General Motors workers on strike in Ingersoll

The almost 3,000 workers at CAMI assemble the Equinox crossover vehicle. The union is also aiming for a significant investment into the plant and a new product to build...

Sep 19 2017

Gas Prices Start Dropping After Harvey-Related Spike

GasBuddy data shows the average price is about 10 cents lower than it was a week ago. The Northeast is prevalent in the most expensive areas due to gasoline supply bein...

Sep 19 2017

Dozens of Burundian refugees killed in DR Congo

More than 100 refugees were accused of overrunning a jail to demand the release of four Burundians who were arrested on Wednesday night and due to be expelled from the co...

Sep 18 2017

U.S. denies reports of change in stance on Paris climate accord

The climate change deniers at the White House have apparently changed their minds. The president chose to pull out of the Paris accord because it was a bad deal for the...

Sep 18 2017

Hamas says it accepts Abbas's reconciliation demands

Hamas agreed to dissolve the administrative committee it had formed in March previous year to run the daily affairs in the Gaza Strip, the coastal enclave that Hamas ha...

Sep 18 2017

Bangladesh to limit movement of Rohingya

The police have confirmed that some Malaysians, supported by the Daesh militant group, are in the midst of engaging in "jihad" in Myanmar to fight against the Myanmar Gov...