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Kashmir Valley on edge as students clash with police

Over 50 students, including women, were wounded on Saturday by government forces, who reportedly fired smoke shells and small lead balls through shotguns - wh...


Trump allowing states to block some Planned Parenthood money

President Obama's law meant to protect funding for reproductive health centers, like Planned Parenthood, through Title X-the only federal grant program dedicate...


US Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to America's top court

The final confirmation vote came after Senate Republicans rewrote the rules, voting to eliminate the 60-vote filibuster threshold on Supreme Court nominees....


Jubilant Zapata sure AC Milan deserved last-gasp Inter draw

And in a huge worldwide media boost for Milan's clubs, a city derby with ramifications for their Europa League hopes comes two days after Milan's long-time ...


Alexander Radulov lifts Canadiens beat Rangers in overtime

Alexander Radulov leads Montreal with one goal, Tomas Plekanec has one assist and Paul Byron has four shots on goal. Michael Grabner leads NY with two goals, N...


Two cops fired after videos of violent traffic stop surface

McDonald had been responding as backup to help the officer - Bongiovanni - who had pulled Hollins over. "We're fortunate that this second video was found and we...


Iran's Rouhani Registers to Run in May for Second Term

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani will seek a second term, ending weeks of speculation by joining an election field loaded with high-profile hardliners - includin...


ISIS Loses Most Territories It Held in Iraq

In February, Iraqi ground forces - backed by the USA -led coalition's air power - began fresh operations aimed at ousting Daesh from western Mosul, the terroris...


Syria's Assad says Idlib chemical attack 'fabrication' - AFP interview

The chemical attack also invited deadly USA air strike on the Shayrat airfield of the Syrian air forces, believed by Washington to be the base for warplanes t...


Israel bans Passover holiday exodus to Egypt's Sinai, citing attack threats

A statement released by the Counter-Terrorism Bureau, operating under the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister's office, said the crossing will remain closed un...


Executions in China said to outpace world despite decline

All other countries together executed 1,032 people past year - a 37% decrease in the number of executions carried out globally in 2016. Of the total execu...


Brexit caused by underlying economic failures and disunity in EU

The draft proposals to be outlined by Mr Tusk are expected to include other crucial details, such as the sequencing of talks, in particular whether separation t...


Trump says former Obama official may have committed a crime

Bush administration, said in an interview with The Daily Signal. Trump did not repeat his claim at a White House news conference shortly after the Times ...


North Korea: Trump's airstrikes in Syria justify its nuclear weapons program

Pyongyang appeared to up the ante just before the meeting began by test-launching a ballistic missile. The launch "is a grave provocative action from a securi...


Tillerson steps up on Syria, Russia after avoiding spotlight

In the wide-ranging ABC interview, Tillerson also said the USA has "no objective" to change North Korea's regime as Kim Jong Un continues to ramp up Pyongyang's...


Venezuelans pour into Caracas streets in anti-Maduro protest

With Capriles out of action, and his fellow opposition leader, the imprisoned Leopoldo Lopez, out of commission, Maduro is steadily thinning the ranks of any ...


Civilian casualties in Iraq, Syria undercut US victories

Army General Joseph Votel said during a congressional hearing that in addition to the casualties in western Mosul , the battle for eastern Mosul , between m...


N. Korea fires ballistic missle ahead of Trump-XI meeting

Initial U.S. and South Korean assessments indicate it was a KN-15 medium-range missile, whose first known test by North Korea was in February. "We have no furt...


UN condemns North Korea's latest missile launch

Some experts think North Korea has tried to make sure the two world leaders are aware Pyongyang has a bargaining chip in any forthcoming moves to clam down on...


Mitt Romney Running Senate 2018 if Orrin Hatch Retires

If he wants to run again I'm for him, ' McConnell said. In December, he was a leading contender for Secretary of State in President Donald Trump's cabinet. Fr...


Trump considers rearranging the seats at his table

Yes, it helps that his father-in-law is the boss, though the White House has denied that nepotism plays a role. Apparently Bannon and Kushner disagree about nea...


Klopp wanted to vomit after Cherries equaliser

It's no joy when you have to take off your best player. But we have to take it. "We made a decision to organise a little differently, three at the back plus t...


Russia Jehovah's Witnesses Could Be Labeled Extremist, Worship Banned

The case opened in Moscow on Wednesday as lawyers argued that the country's 175,000 Jehovah's Witnesses' activities "violate Russia's law on combating extremi...


Comprehensive Stock Analysis Of Plug Power Inc. (PLUG)

Hedge funds and other institutional investors own 17.83% of the company's stock. For the upcoming quarter, initial predictions are anticipating that the compa...


US Launches Investigation Into Civilian Deaths in Mosul

Meanwhile, at least 14 people were killed when a suicide bomber detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle at an entrance to Baghdad, in an attack claimed by the I...


Stocks end lower on concerns over tightening Fed policy

Members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) are divided on how President Donald Trump's fiscal stimulus package will affect the US economy, minutes from...


BJP announces final list of candidates for MCD polls

Ex-deputy speaker of Delhi Assembly and three-time MLA from Kondli and Patparganj Assembly seats, Amrish Gautam said on Monday that he quit the Congress to save...


Mumbai university not among India's top 150 institutes

The Indian Institute of Technology, Powai, retained its position as the second best engineering college in the country. Other DU colleges which have made it i...


Delhi records its hottest morning this year today, residents battle heat wave

On Wednesday, the minimum temperature was recorded at 23.1 degrees Celsius while maximum settled at 38.2 degrees Celsius. In Delhi, the Safdarjung observatory...


Senate GOP needs Pence to break tie on family planning funds

Republicans Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska voted with the Democrats against the bill, according to Politico . Today, the U.S. Senate vote...