• New FBI report shows increase in hate crimes

    New FBI report shows increase in hate crimes

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    Wisconsin reported 34 hate crimes previous year. The FBI says hate crimes jumped by five percent across the country a year ago, with bias incidents involving race or ethnicity showing the largest increase. The Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC), an organization that tracks hate-crime and discrimination, said the rise in hate crimes "coincides with Donald Trump's racist, xenophobic campaign and its immediate aftermath".
  • Bangladesh arson attack on houses of Hindus: 53 arrested

    Bangladesh arson attack on houses of Hindus: 53 arrested

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    One person, 30-year-old Habibur Rahman, was killed when the police opened fire to ward off the angry mob that turned violent and set fire to several homes. The Cabinet Minister said that the government has received a detailed report from the Indian High Commission in Dhaka on the November 10 incident. At least 30 houses belonging to Hindus in Thakurpara village, some 300km from the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, were then torched, local media said.
  • Italian GDP rises by 0.5% as expected - Euro looks strong

    Italian GDP rises by 0.5% as expected - Euro looks strong

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    Its economy expanded 0.4% quarter-on-quarter and 1.5% year-on-year. As a effect, analysts at Julius Baer expect the U.S. economy to outperform the eurozone in 2018 with 2.5% GDP growth, after being on par this year. Meanwhile, in Spain GDP growth was unchanged at 3.1% on the year - despite the political upheavals in Catalonia - and Portugal it slowed from 3.0% to 2.5%.
  • Israel deploys anti-rocket batteries amid high alert

    Israel deploys anti-rocket batteries amid high alert

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    The Israeli made the announcement on Monday, but did not elaborate on where the so-called Iron Dome batteries had exactly been installed. Other Iron Dome batteries were also reportedly moved to central Israel from the south of the country, where they normally protect against sporadic short-range rocket attacks.
  • Thousand Scientists Claim Human Damage on Earth Irreversible

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    The first warning was issued in 1992 when 1,700 members of the Union of Concerned Scientists argued that humans are "on a collision course with nature". The letter is being released as the UN Climate Change Conference is underway in Bonn, Germany, amid what organizers say is a renewed urgency due to extreme weather events like this year's hurricanes and wildfires.
  • Non-bailable arrest warrants issued for Ishaq Dar

    Non-bailable arrest warrants issued for Ishaq Dar

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    It is worth mentioning here that the accountability court had turned down Ishaq Dar's plea to get exemption from appearance on medical grounds during the previous hearing. He was indicted by the anti-corruption court in a graft reference in September on order of the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers Case verdict related to ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family's concealed offshore assets and companies.
  • Trump to nominate 'star' to lead HHS

    Trump to nominate 'star' to lead HHS

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    If the new HHS head is confirmed, he would take the seat of Tom Price, who had to step down in September in the midst of a scandal regarding his government-funded private charter flights for official and personal business. Mr. Azar was "active" in the 2000 Bush-Cheney campaign, he wrote in a Yale alumni student profile , and was tapped to serve as general counsel of HHS under Secretary Tommy Thompson during President George W.
  • 19-year-old dies in police officer-involved shooting, family says

    19-year-old dies in police officer-involved shooting, family says

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    The two incidents are connected, police said. Fall River police responded to a city industrial park for reports of "loud bangs and smoking cars" at about 11:37 p.m. Ruiz-Barreto died at Charlton Memorial Hospital, authorities said. WCVB will have more information when it becomes available. District Attorney Quinn's office said in a statement there will be no further comment on the shooting until the investigation is finished.
  • John Kelly Says He Doesn't Follow President Trump's Tweets

    John Kelly Says He Doesn't Follow President Trump's Tweets

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    Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general, said he focuses on his job instead of the content on Trump's Twitter account. "I find out about them". US President Donald Trump has the world on tenterhooks after tweeting a cryptic message vowing to make a "major statement" once he returns from his east Asian tour.
  • Police Shoot, Kill Suspect At NYC Shelter After Finding Stabbed Security Guards

    Police Shoot, Kill Suspect At NYC Shelter After Finding Stabbed Security Guards

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    Both women, Kathy Hope, 48, and Michelle Sutton, 29, according to the NY Daily News , were hospitalized. Police have released the identity of a man shot and killed by police in the Bronx Monday night. At that point, both officers discharged their firearms, striking the suspect multiple times. One female sustained a knife wound to her left arm, the other to her chest and arm.
  • It pays to flip off Trump's motorcade

    It pays to flip off Trump's motorcade

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    A GoFundMe account set up on behalf of Juli Briskman has raked in over $70,000 in donations since it was activated a week ago. The whole incident took place when Briskman was cycling through Sterling, Virginia in September and President Trump's motorcade passed her on the way to one of his golf courses.
  • ASI Hassan getting massage from a woman home guard

    ASI Hassan getting massage from a woman home guard

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    The suspension orders were issued after an inquiry conducted by the district Superintendent of Police SM Vijaya Kumar. In a similar fate, a video of a Telangana cop getting a full body massage by a lady home guard has gone viral, leaving the department red-faced.
  • Potential Fourth Victim of Tampa Serial Killer Found, Police Say

    Potential Fourth Victim of Tampa Serial Killer Found, Police Say

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    The most recent death is being treated as related to the other three murders, which remain unsolved, police said. Police did not immediately say whether or not they believed that the latest shooting was connected to the previous three murders, but said that they were treating it as such until they could prove differently.
  • Prisoner alleges Ram Rahim being given extra time to meet family

    Prisoner alleges Ram Rahim being given extra time to meet family

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    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh , the millionaire self-styled Godman serving 20-year sentence in Rohtak's Sunaria Jail, is leading a lavish lifestyle and getting VIP treatment, alleges an ex-inmate. The "bling baba" who was convicted for raping two female followers by Panchkula's special court earlier in August, has been lodged in the Rohtak Jail ever since the sentencing.
  • Colleges launch website for faculty vote

    Colleges launch website for faculty vote

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    While faculty members picket at the Loyalist College entrance on Wallbridge-Loyalist Road in Belleville, the college's student government has been organizing daily get-togethers as a way to boost student morale. In Matthews opinion, the students, "have been in the middle of this strike for too long and it's just not fair". Matthews said she "will work with students and colleges starting immediately to develop the parameters of the fund".
  • The President Of The Philippines Sang A Love Song For Donald Trump

    The President Of The Philippines Sang A Love Song For Donald Trump

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    Trump repeatedly praised Duterte and emphasized the importance of trade between the two nations, but did not explicitly highlight human rights abuses , as many of his predecessors have done while traveling overseas. When the reporters asked Trump whether he would raise human rights at the meeting, Duterte replied with: "Whoa, whoa". "I just wanted to congratulate you because I am hearing of the unbelievable job on the drug problem", Trump said in the April 29 phone call .