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The boy said he had been talking to someone on Instagram calling themselves Al-Baghdadi for about a week. Even with him saying this, the evidence provided goes against him. He was arrested after researching security around a Bieber concert at Cardiff's Principality stadium and wrote a "martyrdom letter", suggesting he had been inspired by Isis.
  • Chombo, Chipanga ruling choreographed

    Chombo, Chipanga ruling choreographed

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    The defendant's lawyer, Lovemore Madhuku, said he would appeal at the high court. Reacing to the judgement on Monday, Chombo's defence counsel said: "So the courts clearly I think they, I mean I think their decision was always made up, that bail would not be granted here".
  • PM Modi to launch Rs 14000 crore project

    PM Modi to launch Rs 14000 crore project

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    The 30-km-long first phase of the metro rail project between Miyapur and Nagole, having 24 stations, would be launched at Miyapur station. Earlier on November 10, the apex court rejected the petition filed against the release of Bhansali's magnum opus.
  • De Mistura: Assad team not 'confirmed' for Geneva talks

    De Mistura: Assad team not 'confirmed' for Geneva talks

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    Syrian opposition groups stuck by a long-standing demand that President Bashar al-Assad be gone from power before a political transition. "The (Syrian) government did not yet confirm its participation in Geneva, but indicated that we would be hearing from them soon", said De Mistura, briefing the UN Security Council via a video conference from Geneva as he was preparing for round eight of the UN-convened Syrian talks on November 28.
  • Amber Alert issued for 3-year-old from Onslow County

    Amber Alert issued for 3-year-old from Onslow County

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    Sunday and she was in bed. "The child is white, approximately 2'9" tall and weighs 30 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. Police said her abductor is unknown at this time, and could be anywhere. Onslow County Communications utilized a drone to help look overhead throughout the area, while The Provost Marshals Office from Camp Lejeune and the Camp Lejeune Range Control.
  • Taiwanese rights activist Lee Ming-cheh jailed for five years in China

    Taiwanese rights activist Lee Ming-cheh jailed for five years in China

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    The court said both men stated that they would not appeal their sentences. Lee shared his ideas about democracy and freedom with friends in China through online messaging platforms because he cared about the development of democracy and civil society in China, Presidential Office spokesperson Alex Huang (黃重諺) said.
  • Chennai Six found not guilty, say 'delighted' families

    Chennai Six found not guilty, say 'delighted' families

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    The six were collected from prison by British embassy officials and were seen being driven away. Lawyers representing the men say they will have to spend some more time in India before they can expect to return home. "He's just missed out on so much his whole life that I just hope we get the verdict we need today". They include Nick Dunn, 31, of Northumberland, John Armstrong, 30, of Cumbria, Nicholas Simpson, 47, of North Yorkshire, Ray Tindall, 42, of Chester, and Paul Towers, 54, of ...
  • Donkeys jailed for four days in India for eating plants

    Donkeys jailed for four days in India for eating plants

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    They were jailed after a local police found them destroying plants in the complex. The jail administration had warned the owner of the donkeys but he still let them lose. Kamlesh then approached the BJP leader, who went to the jailer Sita Ram Sharma and requested him to release the donkeys. The "offenders" were only allowed to walk out of the jail after a local politician submitted the bail amount.
  • Supreme Court quashes plea to stop 'Padmavati' release outside India

    Supreme Court quashes plea to stop 'Padmavati' release outside India

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    Senior advocate Harish Salve, appearing for the movie director and producer, said the film would not be released aboard until it receives a CBFC certificate. Earlier, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje wrote to I&B minister Smriti Irani to only release the film after omitting certain "objectionable" scenes.
  • Hamas vows to expand its military activities

    Hamas vows to expand its military activities

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    Islamic Hamas movement on Monday called on the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) to lift the sanctions, which Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas imposed on the Gaza Strip in June. It is our right to resist the occupation until it ends". It was agreed during the meeting that principles of the October 2017 Fatah and Hamas reconciliation would be adhered to, in order to allow the government to carry out its responsibilities in the Gaza strip.
  • Sky Sports presenter's wife dies days after cancer diagnosis

    Sky Sports presenter's wife dies days after cancer diagnosis

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    He posted a poignant photo on Instagram of him and Gemma with their young son Ethan, eight, standing on the edge of a lake at sunset. Over 4,500 people have replied to his heartbreaking tweet to offer their support and condolences. Our thoughts are with you and your son, Ethan, at this incredibly hard time'. While Football Weekly front man Max Rushden said: "Mate I have no adequate words".
  • Bali airport shut a second day as ash cloud soars from volcano

    Bali airport shut a second day as ash cloud soars from volcano

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    Bali's global airport was closed early Monday after ash from the volcano reached its airspace. Anticipating a larger eruption at Mount Agung, the government raised the alert status to the highest level on Monday, as an ash cloud soared as high as 7,142 meters from sea level, moving west-southwest.
  • Dictionary.com names 'complicit' as 2017 Word of the Year

    Dictionary.com names 'complicit' as 2017 Word of the Year

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    Per Dictionary.com, investigations of potential ties between the current US presidential administration and Russian Federation, a barrage of natural and man-made disasters, widespread allegations of sexual assault and harassment, mass shootings, and the opioid epidemic are among the primary events that have "spurred conversation" about complicity in the past year.
  • Woman Pushed Fake Allegation on Roy Moore — WashPost

    Woman Pushed Fake Allegation on Roy Moore — WashPost

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    The newspaper never published her dramatic claims about a sexual relationship with Moore when she was 15 years old, after becoming suspicious about whether she was telling the truth. The story details the reporters' follow-up with the woman, whoidentified herself as Jaime Phillips, and claimed to have a sexual relationship with Moore as a teen in Alabama.
  • Sunny skies ahead for your Monday

    Sunny skies ahead for your Monday

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    A few more drops of rain could fall this morning, but the majority of the day will be dry and sunny. Wednesday night , partly cloudy, with a low around 40. Saturday night - Partly cloudy with a low around 35. Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 54. Saturday - Sunny with a high in the low 50s.
  • Turkey expects U.S. to end partnership with Syrian Kurdish groups: PM

    Turkey expects U.S. to end partnership with Syrian Kurdish groups: PM

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    The Defense Department on Monday said it is reviewing the process it uses to provide equipment and weapons to Kurdish fighters with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) but has not halted sending weapons. "The "We will not give weapons" remark from a U.S. president for the first time is important, but it will lose value if it is not implemented". The phone call between Trump and Erdogan last Friday followed a summit on Syria that was held this in Sochi, Russia.
  • Sophia the robot wants a baby and says family is 'really important'

    Sophia the robot wants a baby and says family is 'really important'

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    She also said that she would destroy all humans around a year ago. In an interview with the United Arab Emirates newspaper Khaleej Times , Sophia said: "The notion of family is a really important thing, it seems". When Mr Sorkin asked if robots could be self-aware, Sophia replied: 'Well let me ask you this back, how do you know you are human?' This is a very different attitude from the one we saw when Sophia said she would kill all humans.