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  • Pakistani bombing kills 25, deputy Senate leader wounded

    Pakistani bombing kills 25, deputy Senate leader wounded

    According to reports, the deputy chairman Senate was returning from an event at Ittehad Bainul Muslimeen at Jama Masjid Hammadia when his vehicle was targeted. Senior police officer Abdul Razzaq Cheema said Haideri was slightly injured and he has been shifted to the Combined Military Hospital in Quetta. The dead and injured were taken to a hospital in Civil Hospital in Mustung.

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  • Macron's Election Win Cheered by Scientists

    But he won just 6.4 percent of the first-round presidential vote on April 23, after being overshadowed by Communist-backed leftwinger Jean-Luc Melenchon. Macron and Ms. Merkel, or Christian Schultz, will form a strong axis, painting the contours of a structurally bullish story for growth in the Eurozone", Claus Vistesen, chief eurozone economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics wrote in an email overnight.

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  • EU hails growth but still concerned about jobs, investment

    EU hails growth but still concerned about jobs, investment

    It raised its GDP forecast for the 19-member eurozone to 1.7% this year from its previous forecast of 1.6% and maintained its estimate of 1.8% economic growth in 2018. Europe's ailing banking sector is also seen as a concern. The 19-country currency bloc is expected to expand by 1.7 percent this year and 1.8 percent in 2018, the European Union executive said, slightly raising its previous estimate for euro zone growth of 1.6 percent this year, while leaving unchanged the 2018 projection.

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  • Mourinho: Common Sense To Give Europa League Priority

    Mourinho: Common Sense To Give Europa League Priority

    The Red Devils take a one-goal aggregate lead into this evening's game at Old Trafford as they seek a place in the Stockholm final on May 24th. If he is going to be a bit-part player at United then forget about it. Marouane Fellaini is available for Manchester United's Europa League second-leg tie with Celta Vigo at Old Trafford on Thursday. "The Europa League is a different competition (to the Champions League), the Europa League is a different level of competition for a different ...

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  • Nigeria parliament could approve 2017 budget on Thursday

    Nigeria parliament could approve 2017 budget on Thursday

    He called on the National Assembly to ensure effective and close oversight of the projects contained in the 2017 budget. "Details are in the (whole) budget, that's what I have come to tell you". The committee proposed N1,841,345,727,206 for Debt Service as against N1.66 trillion by the Executive; N177,460,296,707 allocated to Sinking Fund for maturing bonds remained unchanged with N177.46b earlier proposed by the Presidency.

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  • Ousted Obama official to speak on Trump aide's Russia talks

    Before she became acting attorney general, Yates was the number two official at the Justice Department in the final years of the Obama administration. The document was delivered within days, officials said, but it is not clear that Flynn ever read it. Then the vice president-elect, Pence had insisted in an interview with CBS that Flynn and Kislyak "did not discuss anything having to do with the United States' decision to expel diplomats or impose censure against Russia" - a statement that ...

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  • Only PM Narendra Modi can resolve Kashmir issue: Mehbooba Mufti

    Only PM Narendra Modi can resolve Kashmir issue: Mehbooba Mufti

    While it has strengthened the BJP's hardline position across India, it has weakened PDP in the state. On Saturday, Mehbooba Mufti also praised Narendra Modi for his last year's surprise visit to Lahore during Christmas. "It started to come out when the youths were out on the streets in 2008 and then 2009 and 2010", she said. "Kashmir has been facing challenges not because of coalition government, but the situation in the valley has been existing for long", said Singh.

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  • Trump on Middle East peace: 'We will get it done'

    Brushing aside the complexities of a decades-old conflict that has beguiled successive USA leaders, Trump told Abbas that together with the Israelis they could bag "the toughest deal to make". "There could be no lasting peace unless the Palestinian leaders speak in a unified voice against incitement to violence and hate", he said. Palestinians are watching closely, including the leader of the radical Hamas movement Khaled Meshaal, who called on Trump to break with past approaches to Middle ...

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  • Russia: Syrian safe zones plan to take effect at midnight

    Russia: Syrian safe zones plan to take effect at midnight

    The Syrian government and rebel delegations are not signatories. "We can not accept it to act as a guarantor", Abu Zaid said in a press conference. The fourth round of Astana talks held on Wednesday and Thursday was also attended by U.S. This agreement was highly assessed by many. "Why are we jumping now to safe zones?" The agreement provides for a ceasefire, a ban on all flights, rapid deliveries of humanitarian aid to the designated areas and the return of refugees.

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  • 'Shock' As Tories Gain In Glasgow From Labour

    'Shock' As Tories Gain In Glasgow From Labour

    The SNP remain in the lead with nine seats after three more ward results were declared, with Labour now on seven, the Greens equalling their previous tally of four and the Tories' formerly sole councillor David Meikle retaining his seat to take their total to three so far.

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  • Pakistan, Iran agree to boost border security

    Pakistan, Iran agree to boost border security

    Pakistan and Iran made a decision to set up "operational committees" for identification of areas of cooperation and addressing mutual concerns. Zarif had earlier said that Tehran would "spare no effort in following up the case through diplomatic channels and punishing terrorist thugs".

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  • Trump Threatens Government Shutdown After Democrats Win Deal

    And much of it involves items that President Donald Trump promised during his campaign and the early days of his presidency. But John Feehery, a Republican strategist in Washington , said the spending bill may not be indicative of Trump's ability to negotiate with Congress because the legislative body should have dealt with this year's funding months ago and never have been allowed to go into the current year.

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  • Boxing legends hails Joshua for victory over Klitschko

    Tony Bellew hailed Anthony Joshua as the "king of the boxing world" after his sensational win over Wladimir Klitschko. Fury posted this photo with the caption: "Nice glass of white wine after a hard sesh". "It was one of the best heavyweight fights I've seen and Klitschko will probably say he wants a rematch", Hearn told reporters. The 28-year-old Fury unsurprisingly responded on Twitter, writing "challenge accepted".

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  • U.S. defence chief flies to Kabul after officials quit

    U.S. defence chief flies to Kabul after officials quit

    Mr. Trump is weighing up the possibility of sending more troops, a measure recommended by General John W. Nicholson , commander of the American-led coalition in Afghanistan , who worries that the conflict is stuck "in a stalemate".President Ghani may not be the only one receiving help from overseas.

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  • Soldier suspected of planning attack, no details of target given

    Soldier suspected of planning attack, no details of target given

    Prosecutors claim the soldier hid a loaded weapon in a bathroom at the Vienna airport in January and had meant to use it for a "serious criminal offense". "Based on the current investigation the prosecutor's office believes, or has at least suspicions, that the accused soldier had possibly planned to carry out a severe act of violence in terms of an attack with the weapon stored in Vienna", prosecutor Niesen said.

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  • Duterte: Arbitration ruling issue just between China, PH

    Duterte: Arbitration ruling issue just between China, PH

    The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is due to attend a summit in Beijing next month on its massive "Belt and Road" initiative to increase trade and infrastructure ties between China, Asia and beyond. "So it is in Singapore's every interest to push for and try to see that China is abiding by worldwide law and rule of law". The draft statement , a copy of which was obtained by journalists yesterday, will be issued at the end of the ASEAN summit in Manila this week.

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  • EU's Tusk seeks Erdogan talks at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit - Merkel

    Piri added that she expected the EU foreign ministers on Friday to ask the European Commission for a formal assessment of where Turkey stands on fulfilling the criteria. "I think we need a serious, in-depth, frank and serene discussion", she said. Turkey is the EU's crucial partner of a big strategic and military weight in its region, in the economic field as well as in solving the migrant crisis, he said.

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  • Corn planting progresses throughout West Central Illinois

    Corn planting progresses throughout West Central Illinois

    After a few days of warm and dry days in parts of the Corn Belt, farmers had the opportunity to plant, but midweek showers are moving across the Midwest, adding new moisture to soil that's seeing adequate or surplus levels. Winter wheat jointed was 82 percent, behind 91 last year, but ahead of the five-year average of 70. Rainfall in Kansas is greening pastures and helping winter wheat , but delaying corn planting.

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  • Harry Styles scores weeklong residency with James Corden

    Harry Styles scores weeklong residency with James Corden

    I just want to stay somewhere that feels like home'. Corden jokes around with Harry and demands that he not invite any house guests. "This isn't AirBnb, you're gonna have to pitch in", he says. On each night of Styles' Late Late Show residency, the star will perform a new track from his self-titled first solo album, which will drop on Friday, May 12.

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  • Venezuela's chief prosecutor decries violence as deaths rise

    Venezuela's chief prosecutor decries violence as deaths rise

    Venezuela's chief prosecutor, Luisa Ortega Diaz, on Tuesday put a spotlight on the extent of the violence, saying more than 400 people had been injured and almost 1,300 detained since the protests began in response to a Supreme Court ruling last month that stripped the opposition-controlled congress of much of its powers.

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  • Wild boars slay three Daesh militants

    Wild boars slay three Daesh militants

    Three days before the boars attacked, so-called Daesh fighters are believed to have executed 25 people attempting to escape the caliphate. "Mad Dog" Mattis, trained for combat. "This will not be ISIS's last massacre against citizens". An effort backed by US troops to drive ISIS out of Mosul began in October, with the eastern half of the city liberated by January.

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