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Palestinians said in Jerusalem that police chased women inside the mosque following the stabbing and that they arrested a Palestinian mosque guard after the filmed the police chasing and attacking women. "It's time for Jordan to stop this double game". There has been sporadic violence in Israel and the Palestinian Territories since October 2015, although it has not often involved Jordanians.
  • Pakistan dispatches supplies to southwest border villages

    Pakistan dispatches supplies to southwest border villages

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    Afghanistan's envoy to Pakistan Omar Zakhilwal on Monday rubbished claims that Pakistani security forces killed 50 Afghan soldiers in retaliation to allegedly unprovoked firing in Balochistan's Chaman area, saying that only two Afghan soldiers were killed and seven others injured.
  • Nigeria's president leaves for London health checks after meeting freed Chibok girls

    Nigeria's president leaves for London health checks after meeting freed Chibok girls

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    President Muhammadu Buhari has described the release of 82 abducted Chibok girls as a pleasant 2nd anniversary gift to Nigerians. The lawmaker while speaking with Vanguard said, "The swap commanders are five, and not two as reported". Long-suffering family members said they were eagerly awaiting a list of names and their "hopes and expectations are high". The girls were flown from the Borno state capital Maiduguri where they spent the night after their release from a town near the Cameroon ...
  • Harman's clutch birdie denies Johnson

    Harman's clutch birdie denies Johnson

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    He closed with a four-under-par 68 at Eagle Point in Wilmington , N.C., for his second PGA Tour victory. Brian Harman sank a 28-foot birdie putt on the final hole yesterday to win the PGA Wells Fargo Championship, edging top-ranked Dustin Johnson and Pat Perez by a stroke.
  • Oil prices rise on expectation of output cut extension

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    Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation signaled they could extend production cuts into 2018, doubling down on an effort to eliminate a supply surplus just as its impact on prices wanes. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures were trading at $46.87 per barrel, up 65 cents, or 1.4 percent from the last close. The global oil market will soon rebalance and return to a "healthy state", Al-Falih said at the Asia Oil and Gas Conference on Monday.
  • AAP govt removes Kapil Mishra as minister inducts 2 new faces

    AAP govt removes Kapil Mishra as minister inducts 2 new faces

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    Making another potentially damaging accusation, Mishra claimed that Jain had told him that he had settled land deals worth Rs50 crore for Kejriwal's relatives. "I exposed Shiela's (Dixit) corruption", Mishra said in a tweet. He also denied that he was ousted for supporting AAP leader Kumar Vishwas. Earlier on Saturday, shortly after being removed from the Delhi Cabinet, Mishra said he may have been axed for saying he would submit the names of those people involved in the tanker scam to the ...
  • Russian Federation says Israeli strikes on Syria are unacceptable

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    A military site southwest of Damascus International Airport was bombed by Israeli warplanes on Thursday, according to Syrian state news agency SANA . Israel's intelligence minister, Yisrael Katz appeared to confirm Israel was behind the attack. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov did not say if Israel had warned Moscow of the strike, saying only that their defence ministries "are in constant dialogue".
  • Rebels storm out as Syria safe zone pact signed

    Rebels storm out as Syria safe zone pact signed

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    The recent round of the Astana talks, which brought together the sides to the Syrian conflict - Damascus and armed opposition, as well as three ceasefire mediator states - Russia, Iran and Turkey, took place on Wednesday-Thursday, while a meeting at the experts level took place on Tuesday.
  • Iraq PM: No US combat troops to stay in Iraq after IS

    Iraq PM: No US combat troops to stay in Iraq after IS

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    The US-led global coalition is providing key air and ground support to the offensive on the Islamic State's de facto capital in Iraq . A depleted Iraqi force, coupled with the further emergence of Iranian militias could see the U.S. In March, for example, Army Gen. Joseph Votel, commander of US Central Command, which is responsible for the Middle East, said 774 Iraqi troops and another 4,600 had been killed, then five months into the battle for Mosul .
  • Kerala SSLC Class 10 Results 2017

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    The SSLC is obtained by students after successful completion of the exam which is held at the end of study at the secondary schooling level. This is the 12th HSC exam and the candidates who appeared for the exams can check their result at the HSE of Kerala by this direct link which is this @ keralaresults.nic.in.
  • Turkey threatens more strikes on US-allied Syrian Kurds

    Turkey threatens more strikes on US-allied Syrian Kurds

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    Video footage shot on Friday night showed a long line of trucks carrying military vehicles en route from the southern Turkish border town of Kilis to an unknown location in the southeastern province of Sanliurfa. The SDF, which is dominated by elements of the YPG (yes, it's alphabet soup), has been effective, with US -led coalition support, in clearing ISIS out of large parts of northeastern Syria - and until this latest flare up of tensions, was gearing up for the final offensive against the ...
  • Trump calls on UNSC to impose tougher sanctions on North Korea

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    Confusion had clouded the carrier's whereabouts earlier this month after USA officials indicated it was sailing towards North Korea when in fact it was heading south. In Tokyo, US representative for North Korea Policy Joseph Yun, met on Tuesday with his Japanese counterpart Kenji Kanasugi and Kim Hong-kyun of South Korea.