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Norwegian police said they would coordinate searches for the lost passengers, but the five crew and three scientists are feared dead. The Joint Rescue Coordination Center for northern Norway said that the Mi-8 helicopter, which went down Thursday near the Svalbard settlement of Barentsburg, is around two kilometers (one mile) east of Cape Heer at a depth of almost 210 meters (about 685 feet).
  • Article 35A in Supreme Court today, Jammu-Kashmir watches closely

    Article 35A in Supreme Court today, Jammu-Kashmir watches closely

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    The Supreme Court will today hear a batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of Article 35A , which grants special privileges to permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir . So Article 35A was incorporated in the Constitution as a testimony of the special consideration of the Indian government and accorded to the "permanent residents" of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Published a new sanctions list of the US against Russian companies

    Published a new sanctions list of the US against Russian companies

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    USA officials said Russia's leading spy agencies, the GRU and FSB, were involved in the election interference. The iconic weapons maker Kalashnikov is among 39 Russian defense and intelligence sector companies that could face new U.S. Turkey, for example, is a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally that recently made a deal with the Kremlin to buy Russian S-400 missile defense systems.
  • Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni accorded ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhawan

    Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni accorded ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhawan

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    Earlier, announcing the visit, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the prime ministerial trip from Italy was happening after more than a decade. Italy questioned India's jurisdiction, claiming that the incident took place in global waters. The Italian Prime Minister is with his wife Emanuela Gentiloni, also paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, at Rajghat.
  • House Intelligence Panel Settles Legal Dispute Over Fusion GPS Bank Records

    House Intelligence Panel Settles Legal Dispute Over Fusion GPS Bank Records

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    After it became clear Trump would be the nominee, a lawyer representing Clinton and the DNC enlisted Fusion GPS , which in turn sought out Steele's services. P.S. You can listen to my show ( Canto Talk ) and follow me on Twitter . The firm's founders are reportedly "more political activists than journalists" and in 2016 had "a pro-Hillary, anti-Trump agenda".
  • Facebook Moves Toward Revealing Political Ad Backers

    Facebook Moves Toward Revealing Political Ad Backers

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    A senior Facebook executive has denied the social network uses a device's microphone to listen in on real-life conversations in order to target people with relevant ads. Provide demographics information (e.g. age, location, gender) about the audience that the ads reached. We are starting with federal elections in the USA, and will progress from there to additional contests and elections in other countries and jurisdictions.
  • Tips For A Safe Halloween

    Tips For A Safe Halloween

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    Trick or treating should be completed before dark and trick or treaters should have light colored clothing and a flashlight. It's hard to resist the temptation to dive right into treats, but it is best to check candies for signs of tampering before children are allowed to eat them.
  • Aadhaar, Love Jihad and 35A: The Supreme Court is packed today

    Aadhaar, Love Jihad and 35A: The Supreme Court is packed today

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    Akhila's father Ashokan K M had challenged her marriage in the court alleging that there was a "well-oiled systematic mechanism" for conversion and Islamic radicalisation. The SC will also handle the hearing on the Kerala " love jihad " case. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra , Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice DY Chandrachud will hear four petitions which have asked for scrapping the provision.
  • Trump slams Russian Federation probe as 'witch hunt'

    Trump slams Russian Federation probe as 'witch hunt'

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    Shortly after President Donald Trump abruptly fired then-FBI Director James Comey , Rosenstein appointed Mueller as special counsel. The board also called for special counsel Robert Mueller to resign, and for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to be investigated for its "role in Russia's election interference".
  • EA Announces FIFA's Biggest Tournament Ever

    EA Announces FIFA's Biggest Tournament Ever

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    The Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018, the first part of this journey, will be a global multi-staged event where players will qualify based on FIFA Ultimate Team Champions Weekend League performances at various live qualifying events throughout the year.
  • Cyclist offers Donald Trump a middle fingered salute

    Cyclist offers Donald Trump a middle fingered salute

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    A Woman Cyclist has gone viral after being photographed following Donald Trump's convey around while sticking her middle finger raised towards his auto. The US President Donald Trump was on Saturday visiting his Trump National Golf Club in Washington, D.C. for the 96th time on Saturday when someone intruded.
  • Impact of Man's Fall From I-66 Overpass Kills Driver

    Impact of Man's Fall From I-66 Overpass Kills Driver

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    The boy was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, police said. A 23-year-old male passenger who was traveling with Harris managed to grab the steering wheel and direct the vehicle off of the interstate. She had a passion for working with children with severe behavioral problems, they said. Told Marisa's mother, Leigh Miller, 'She was caring - I mean she had an absolute love for children'.
  • Saudis to allow women in sports stadiums

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    Presently it is not very clear what kind of seating arrangement will be alloted to women and families in the stadiums as both the sexes in Saudi Arabia are separated in public places where they both are allowed. Saudi Arabia is changing rules as part of its "Vision 2030" plan for economic and social reforms, which aims to boost female employment. In July, activists of Human rights were praised a decision by the ministry of Education allowing girls to play sports in public schools.
  • Conservative newspaper hired Fusion GPS during 2016 GOP primary

    Conservative newspaper hired Fusion GPS during 2016 GOP primary

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    During the Republican Primary, conservative website The Washington Free Beacon hired Fusion GPS to do opposition research on Trump and some other Republican candidates it opposed. In a complaint filed with the FEC on Wednesday, the Campaign Legal Center, a nonprofit group that urges stricter enforcement of election laws, alleged that "at least some of those payments were earmarked for Fusion GPS, with the objective of conducting opposition research on Donald Trump".
  • Philippine leader will welcome Trump as an 'important leader'

    Philippine leader will welcome Trump as an 'important leader'

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    Duterte, who has been condemned worldwide for his brutal human rights records, said he even wants to join Trump and other leaders for a sit-down talk with Kim about nuclear war. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told reporters yesterday that he would try not to use profane language when he meets with Japan's revered Emperor Akihito this week following previous concerns in Tokyo that the profanity-prone leader would spark diplomatic tensions.
  • India sends 1st wheat shipment to Afghanistan via Chabahar

    India sends 1st wheat shipment to Afghanistan via Chabahar

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    Iran's key strategic port of Chabahar became operational with the maiden shipment of wheat from India to Afghanistan flagged off on Sunday by the foreign ministers of the three countries through video-conferencing. Chabahar port sits at the mouth of the Gulf of Oman in the north Arabian Sea, close to Iran's border with Pakistan . EAM Swaraj said, "The wheat that is leaving the Indian shores today, is a gift from the people of India to our Afghan brethren.
  • Anticipating war, North Korea conducts evacuation drills

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    Tension has risen on the peninsula over a series of North Korean missile and nuclear tests and escalating rhetoric between Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump. As tensions between the USA and North Korea continue to grow, the regime has been conducting safety measures for its people amid threats of nuclear war.