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South Africa recommended to host tournament

South Africa recommended to host tournament

Before today's announcement, many considered the main case for South Africa to be that should they lose, the World Cup would be going at least 16 years without taking place in the Southern Hemisphere....

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Turkey PM confirms Iraqi government in control of main land border

Turkey PM confirms Iraqi government in control of main land border

The leader of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region is stepping down after a failed push for independence. The decision comes just weeks after a referendum on independence, which was led by Pr...

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China hints at blocking resolution declaring Azhar as global terrorist

China hints at blocking resolution declaring Azhar as global terrorist

China's latest hold is due to lapse on Thursday. This move by China might put India again on the back-track as India has been trying to put Masood Azhar on a United Nations list worldwide terrorist ...

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Bride poisons 13 people to death over forced marriage in Muzaffargarh

Bride poisons 13 people to death over forced marriage in Muzaffargarh

But the husband has not drunk its milk, which was then poured into a lassi - a yogurt drink that is very popular in south Asia - for the family. When he refused the drink, her mother-in-law then t...

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Wife of Putin's 'assassination plotter' killed in shooting

Amina Okuyeva and Adam Osmayev were in a vehicle when an assailant opened fire from bushes on a railway crossing near the Ukrainian capital on Monday, Ukrainian Interior Ministry adviser Anton Herashc...

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NO man arrested in Texas with dead body in his trunk

NO man arrested in Texas with dead body in his trunk

The body has been identified as that of Jac Quisha Isaac, 19, of Dallas. The TV station said what deputies believed to be a bag of marijuana and a bag of crack cocaine "fell out of (Gilbert's) body"...

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Army to build commuter bridge for Railways in Mumbai

Army to build commuter bridge for Railways in Mumbai

The Captain also urged Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to not divert defence resources to civilian works. Last year, the Army built a floating bridge on the river Yamuna for Sri Sri Ravi Shank...

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ANNOUNCED: SSC CGL Tier 1 result 2017 declared, check it now

ANNOUNCED: SSC CGL Tier 1 result 2017 declared, check it now

Go to the website: http://ssc.nic.in/ and click on the relevant link. Upon clicking on the link, a new window will open in another tab and all the results will appear. Post the conduct of the SSC C...

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Capella Education Company (NASDAQ:CPLA)

Capella Education Company (NASDAQ:CPLA)

Jacobs Levy Equity Mgmt reported 0.03% in Capella Education Company (NASDAQ:CPLA). Capella Education has a 12-month low of $39.06 and a 12-month high of $79.65. More interesting news about Capel...

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Thirteen Afghan policemen killed in Taliban attack

The Taliban did not provide evidence of King's condition. It's not clear how many Taliban fighters were killed in response, but the group suffered heavy casualties in a two-hour gun battle that took...

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UP govt to revamp Madarsa syllabus, induct NCERT books

UP govt to revamp Madarsa syllabus, induct NCERT books

As per the tweet of Dinesh Sharma, now madrasas of state will compete with all other schools by including new concepts. The compulsory subjects include Arabic and Persian literature, Urdu literature, ...

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Australia's Senate president may have to quit in citizenship crisis

Australia's Senate president may have to quit in citizenship crisis

The Tasmanian Liberal, who has a British-born father, is the eight Australian politician caught up in the debacle, which saw the High Court last week declared five of seven MPs, including Joyce, Nash,...

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Missing Russian helicopter found in Norway Arctic sea

Missing Russian helicopter found in Norway Arctic sea

The missing helicopter was discovered with the help of a remote-controlled submarine operated by officials with Norway's Joint Rescue Coordination Centers. There were five crew and three employees of ...

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Mogadishu attacks: Somali forces end night-long siege of hotel

Mogadishu attacks: Somali forces end night-long siege of hotel

Police said a series of explosions took place inside the hotel as the heavily armed assailants opened fire and hurled grenades. At least 14 people were killed in coordinated vehicle bombings followe...

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Paul Manafort was renting his NY apartment (probably illegally) on Airbnb

Paul Manafort was renting his NY apartment (probably illegally) on Airbnb

That didn't happen. The document says Manafort instead used much of the money to make a down payment on another property in California. The hidden millions were used "to enjoy a lavish lifestyle ...

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Halloween Trick-or-treat Tips, Events, Awareness

Halloween Trick-or-treat Tips, Events, Awareness

Many others expressed concerns regarding teenagers' motivation to trick or treat , noting that once they hit their teen years, kids might be more interested in asking for money rather than candy f...

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Kuwait's emir accepts cabinet resignation

Kuwait's entire cabinet resigned on Monday ahead of a vote of no-confidence in a minister facing allegations of mismanagement. Parliament, however, suspended its sessions until a new cabinet is swor...

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Ousted Catalan leader flees to Brussels, faces sedition charges

Ousted Catalan leader flees to Brussels, faces sedition charges

Hundreds of thousands of supporters of a unified Spain marched on Sunday in one of the biggest shows of force yet by the so-called silent majority that has watched as regional political leaders push f...

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Japan man held over bodies and severed heads in flat

Japan man held over bodies and severed heads in flat

The suspect was originally arrested on suspicion of discarding a corpse, police said. Police are will now use DNA analysis and dental records to identify the bodies. They said the woman had contacte...

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Attempts Were Made to Belittle Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's Contribution, Says PM Modi

Attempts Were Made to Belittle Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's Contribution, Says PM Modi

Following a public address, the Prime Minister flagged off " Run for Unity ". Slamming the Congress, PM Modi said that the previous government ignored Patel's legacy. The "Run for Unity" which will ...

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One dead in shooting near University of Utah; police searching for shooter

One dead in shooting near University of Utah; police searching for shooter

The campus alert, posted just after 9 p.m., read, "Shots fired, Red Butte Canyon". Traffic is blocked off near the area, and Utah Transit Authority trains are not proceeding east of the stadium stat...

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New Zealand to ban foreign speculators buying houses

New Zealand to ban foreign speculators buying houses

This will officially launch the three-year Parliamentary term of a Labour-led government with Jacinda Ardern leading the country as Prime Minister. European policymakers are keen to abolish ISDS provi...

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Patidar leaders stay neutral to Rahul Gandhi's tour of Gujarat

Patidar leaders stay neutral to Rahul Gandhi's tour of Gujarat

Under the existing reservation plan, OBCs, who are about 40 per cent of Gujarat's population, have 27 per cent reservation. On reservation, we will get more information about how to meet their deman...

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IPS officer arrested for cheating in exam using a Bluetooth device

IPS officer arrested for cheating in exam using a Bluetooth device

On Monday, the second day of the examination, he was caught while communicating with a Bluetooth device. Safeer Karim had cracked the 2014 UPSC Civil Services Exam securing a rank of 112 and conse...

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China, South Korea Agree to Shelve Thaad Missile Shield Dispute

China, South Korea Agree to Shelve Thaad Missile Shield Dispute

South Korea and China agreed to move beyond a year-long dispute over Seoul's decision to deploy a US missile shield, paving the way for closer ties between two of Asia's biggest economies. The ful...

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Virginia church relocates memorials to George Washington and Robert E Lee

Virginia church relocates memorials to George Washington and Robert E Lee

The church is not removing the plaques, but relocating them; it made the decision not because of George Washington , but because of Lee; the church chose to move both plaques together because they we...

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The White House gets a spooky Halloween makeover

The White House gets a spooky Halloween makeover

Flanked by costumed children and parents, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump handed out treats and posed for photographs as a steady stream of visitors awaited to greet the two on...

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Hendrick strikes to give Burnley rare home joy

Hendrick strikes to give Burnley rare home joy

Republic of Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick scored the only goal of the game and his victor lifted the east Lancashire outfit to seventh in the Premier League , three points adrift of fourth-placed...

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Claim planned to keep power, water at Australia's PNG center

Claim planned to keep power, water at Australia's PNG center

Food packs were last distributed on Sunday night and detainees are using bins and other objects to catch rain water, with running water and power to be cut off this evening. Alternative accommodation ...

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John Boehner says he told Sean Hannity: 'You're nuts'

Hannity, Limbaugh and Levin helped turn him into a punching bag for conservatives who, as The Washington Post reported on the day in 2015 that Boehner announced his retirement, clamored for "a more...

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Qatar's dignity, sovereignty are non-negotiable: Sheikh Tamim

Sheikh Tamim said Trump had told him "I will not accept my friends fighting amongst themselves", and that in talks on the sidelines of a United Nations' meeting in September he had made an offer to ho...

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At least four dead as storm winds hit central Europe

Storm Herwart, whose wind gusts reached 180 kph (112 mph), caused blackouts in hundreds of thousands of homes in the Czech Republic. The other two people who were killed had been travelling on a mot...

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Conservative Website Was First to Fund Research Leading to Trump-Russia Dossier

Conservative Website Was First to Fund Research Leading to Trump-Russia Dossier

The developments come as billionaire Paul Singer, president of Elliott Management Corp., has been injected into one of the biggest mysteries of the Trump era: who paid for the much-discussed Russian d...

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'Pak Army supporting terrorists; Indian Army will continue to retaliate'

'Pak Army supporting terrorists; Indian Army will continue to retaliate'

On a day when Pakistan accused Indian security forces of resorting to "unprovoked firing" along the Line of Control, Indian Army warned Pakistan that the Indian Army would continue to retaliate to...

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Duterte arrives in Japan for 2-day visit

Duterte arrives in Japan for 2-day visit

After their talks later Monday, Abe and Duterte were expected to announce a package of Japanese assistance projects over the next five years, including the Marawi reconstruction help and support for t...

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North Korea likely to conduct missile test while Trump visits South Korea

The meeting will be the first since the two officials took office and is an extension of recent meetings between nuclear envoys from South Korea, the United States and Japan, the foreign ministry said...

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Carbon Dioxide Atmospheric Concentration Hits Record

Carbon Dioxide Atmospheric Concentration Hits Record

Though growth of global CO2 emissions have slowed in recent years , carbon dioxide continues to build up in Earth's atmosphere, increasing the greenhouse gas effect and contributing to the increase i...

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New Ad by Latino Victory Fund Reflects Fears of Virginia's Immigrant Community

New Ad by Latino Victory Fund Reflects Fears of Virginia's Immigrant Community

Newspapers across the Commonwealth began releasing their endorsements over the weekend and Republican gubernatorial nominee Ed Gillespie picked up the Richmond Times-Dispatch as well as others. Trump ...

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U.S. captures suspected Benghazi attack militant

U.S. captures suspected Benghazi attack militant

President Donald Trump identified the militant as Mustafa al-Imam and said his capture signified that the four Americans who died "will never be forgotten". Initial accounts provided by administrati...

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Fusion GPS and the Washington Free Beacon

Fusion GPS and the Washington Free Beacon

The Federalist reported that the former president's group gave almost $1 million to the same law firm that the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign funneled money through to pay...

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