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  • Ravi Shankar Prasad heaps praises on NDA's Presidential nominee Kovind

    Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Monday said that if someone is trying to make a Dalit a President with the objective of gaining a vote bank then we are not with them. I have a very old relation with him. "On one hand, there are crimes against Dalits like against Rohit (Vemula) and victims of cow vigilantes, on the other, there are inaugurations of roads and libraries in the name of B R Ambedkar", Ghosal said, adding that nothing was going to change if a Dalit was chosen as a ...

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  • Philippines bars workers from traveling to Qatar

    Philippines bars workers from traveling to Qatar

    He said the POLO in Qatar is stocking food for OFWs while recruitment agencies are coordinating with their counterparts to ensure sufficient protection for Filipino workers. More than 1 million Filipinos reside and work in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman said the government was concerned about the possible "ripple effects" of the Arab-Qatar rift on its workers overseas.

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  • Trump confirms he's under investigation, fires angry tweets

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The special counsel appointed to investigate Russian influence in the 2016 presidential campaign is now examining whether President Donald Trump tried to obstruct justice, it has been reported . " Witch Hunt ", he wrote. The news comes one day after Rosenstein affirmed his support for the special counsel, despite recent reports that Trump was weighing Mueller's dismissal .

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  • Russian diplomat condemns U.S. for downing Syrian fighter jet

    Russian diplomat condemns U.S. for downing Syrian fighter jet

    From now on, all aircraft and drones of the coalition detected west of the Euphrates River will be tracked by Russian air- and ground-based air defense systems as targets, the ministry warned. The downing of the warplane - the first time in the six-year conflict that the US has shot down a Syrian jet - came amid another first: Iran fired several ballistic missiles Sunday night at IS positions in eastern Syria in what it said was a message to archrival Saudi Arabia and the United States.

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  • President Trump Confirms He Is Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice

    ABC's report comes as Trump said on Friday he is personally under investigation in the widening Russian Federation probe, over Comey's firing. Before his dismissal, Comey confirmed the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been investigating alleged Russian government efforts to interfere in the election, including any links between Trump's campaign and Moscow.

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  • Senators condemn NK treatment of US student

    Senators condemn NK treatment of US student

    He reportedly was detained for trying to remove a propaganda banner from his hotel. Leigh also said North Korea security claimed he was spying on behalf of U.S. "We strongly suggest that Americans do not go to North Korea ", Nauert said. The state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said in a commentary that the two Koreas experienced "a precious era of reconciliation and unity" in that period.

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  • Russia eases to 2-0 Confederations Cup win over New Zealand

    Russia eases to 2-0 Confederations Cup win over New Zealand

    However, one veteran team is drawing special attention - Mexico is playing against Portugal on Sunday's much-anticipated game. The entire Socceroos squad took part in their opening training session, though Robbie Kruse did some light work separate from the rest of the squad as a precaution after picking up a minor knock against Brazil match.

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  • Global oil glut set to continue despite efforts to prop up price

    The US Energy Information Administration ( EIA ) said gasoline inventories increased by 2. 1 million barrels during the week ended June 9, while crude inventories decreased by 1.7 million barrels. "This is very unusual for this time of the year, when gasoline demand is supposed to pick up", said Carsten Fritsch, oil analyst at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt, Germany.

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  • Trump Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice

    On Thursday , Trump blasted news reports that he is under criminal investigation as a " witch hunt " against him led by some "very bad" people. The timing of the FBI's decision to investigate the president for possible obstruction coincides with Trump's admission , in a May 11 interview with NBC News , that he was thinking of the Russian Federation investigation when he terminated Comey.

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  • White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on

    Look who he is hiring. The Washington Post reported that Mueller has already hired a number of staffers, including Deputy Solicitor General Michael Dreeben, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Jeannie Rhee; Aaron Zebley, who was Mueller's chief of staff when he was Federal Bureau of Investigation director; and James Quarles, a former assistant special prosecutor on the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.

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  • Putin: Russia has climbed out of recession

    Putin also added that, should Comey face any legal repercussions for his actions, "we would be ready to offer him political asylum as well", referring to protective measures Moscow granted to Snowden. Putin served two presidential terms in 2000-2008 before shifting into the prime minister's seat for four years because of term limits. Russian farmers have pleaded with the Kremlin to keep the import ban even if the West lifts its sanctions, but Putin said that if "our partners lift the ...

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  • Alleged Gunman in Congressional Baseball Attack Identified

    Alleged Gunman in Congressional Baseball Attack Identified

    Louis. A second Facebook account , confirmed by the local Belleville News-Democrat in Hodgkinson's former hometown, includes similar content. That's when Bill Schaumleffel recalled hearing shots being fired outside his house, which stands about 500 feet behind Hodgkinson's home.

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  • How EMS Can Recognize and Report Elder Abuse

    How EMS Can Recognize and Report Elder Abuse

    It has found that nearly 16% of people aged 60 years and older were subjected to either psychological abuse , financial abuse , neglect , physical abuse or sexual abuse . "All of us can and must be prepared to be advocates for older people, if this abuse is ever to be halted", she said. As the senior population grows, the frequency of abuse to the elderly is expected to grow with it, according to Harris County Protective Services.

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  • Ramadan toll shows Islamic State in pitched recruiting race

    Ramadan toll shows Islamic State in pitched recruiting race

    Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday called the U.S. the "source" of instability in the Middle East and said it was responsible for the creation of the Islamic State terror group. While Iran backs President Bashad al-Assad, Riyadh follows a US-led coalition for changing the regime with the help of insurgents. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke off relations with Qatar on 5 June, accusing the small but oil-rich emirate of supporting "terrorism" and ...

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  • North Korea expecting visit from former NBAer Dennis Rodman

    North Korea expecting visit from former NBAer Dennis Rodman

    And in April 2013 Trump called Rodman "smart" for his then trip to North Korea. FILE - In this January 8, 2014, file photo, Dennis Rodman bows to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , seated above in the stands, after singing Happy Birthday to Kim before an exhibition basketball game with US and North Ko.

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  • United States air strike hits al Shabaab; Somalia says base destroyed

    United States air strike hits al Shabaab; Somalia says base destroyed

    US airstrikes targeted Islamic extremists in Somalia on Sunday as the USA ramped up efforts to support the East African government in the face of brutal attacks from the al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab terrorist group. A USA official said more such strikes should be expected now that US and Somali officials have closely analyzed potential targets that could be attacked using the new authorities Trump approved.

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  • Trump commits to NATO's Article 5

    Trump commits to NATO's Article 5

    Romania's Iohannis praised Trump's call for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members to increase their defense spending and touted that Romania recently boosted its own allocation of defense spending. Trump concluded his team emerged "very happy" after Comey's testimony. It was a stunning accusation, suggesting that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director had lied to Congress, while under oath.

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  • Israel pushes ahead with plans for 3000 settlement homes

    Israel pushes ahead with plans for 3000 settlement homes

    That would require Israeli permission for Palestinians to build and farm in parts of the West Bank that contain most of the Jewish settlements. In a separate process, 688 homes were advanced by the committee late on Wednesday and will now go out for a 60-day public comment period during which objections can be filed.

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  • Twitter users, blocked by Trump, cry censorship

    The government may impose reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions in a designated public forum , but it may not exclude people simply because it disagrees with them. He rebuked them for not pursuing his original executive order banning Muslims from certain countries from entering the US and instead throwing their legal weight behind a "watered down" version.

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  • Oliver Stone: Megyn Kelly didn't know her stuff with Putin

    Oliver Stone: Megyn Kelly didn't know her stuff with Putin

    According to the USA media reports , as part of the preparations to the interview, Stone and Putin watched the film " Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb" of 1964 by the U.S. Last week, France's new president, Emmanuel Macron, met with Putin and strongly challenged him on what's been happening in Russian run Chechnya . "I'm not a journalist", he said.

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