• Hindu Jagran Manch directs Aligarh schools not to celebrate Christmas

    Hindu Jagran Manch directs Aligarh schools not to celebrate Christmas

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    He said Christmas was a major celebration for them. Some school officials have expressed concern about the group's threats, and some have reportedly lodged complaints with the police and district administration. According to sources, Aligarh range DIG Mohit Agarwal held a meeting of senior superintendents of police of four districts falling under the range and took the decision to disallow any such events that would disturb the peace and communal harmony in the area.
  • Russian Federation arreseted a Norwegian Man for Espionage

    Russian Federation arreseted a Norwegian Man for Espionage

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    Russian Federation said on Tuesday it had detained a Norwegian national on suspicion of espionage amid a spike in tensions between the two neighbours. Berg also spoke out against a wall on the border between the countries, considering the move a symbolic action against Russian Federation. "The detained has a lawyer", Overland Andersen says.
  • First Alert Weather: Warm weather hangs on

    First Alert Weather: Warm weather hangs on

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    It's likely that we'll also continue to see patchy fog through the night as well, with temperatures remaining in the lower 40s. Thursday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 30. South wind 6 to 10 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 20 percent. Our current forecast calls for a high on Saturday in the low 60s and a high on Sunday around 60° with scattered rains for both days.
  • Lockheed joins Aerion supersonic bizjet project

    Lockheed joins Aerion supersonic bizjet project

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    He added that Lockheed's jet fighter manufacturing base in Marietta, Georgia, - where the Lockheed Jetstar , the world's first successful business jet, was built in the 1960s and '70s - is a prime candidate for an AS2 assembly plant. Boom is now working on a one-third scale demonstrator, the XB-1 or "Baby Boom", and is aiming for first subsonic flights next year with supersonic testing in 2019.
  • DJ dies and others injured after festival stage collapses

    DJ dies and others injured after festival stage collapses

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    He suffered critical head injuries and had to be rushed to the hospital, where he was dead. Our priority is to assist the wounded and their families. An investigation will be undertaken as to how the events unfolded, with severe weather warnings having been issued for heavy winds, hail, and torrential rain.
  • Salah predicts silverware for Liverpool

    Salah predicts silverware for Liverpool

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    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp chose to brush over Salah's 20-goal achievement, the first time a Reds player has hit that mark before Christmas since Ian Rush in 1986. 'That atmosphere was unbelievable, really. Now I am even happier to play for Liverpool here. I wanted to show everyone my football. I even used to play as Liverpool on the PlayStation on Federation Internationale de Football Association when I was 18 or 19, as Steven Gerrard, Sami Hyypia, Jamie Carragher, Michael Owen and ...
  • Holiday travel ramps up at DIA amid Atlanta outage

    Holiday travel ramps up at DIA amid Atlanta outage

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    Passengers were stranded for over 10 hours, following a blackout at Atlanta airport. As of this morning, the afternoon and evening flights still appear to be on time, she said. Emergency fix crews were still trying to diagnose and fix the problem as of 7 p.m. Sunday. There are reports from people at the airport that flights are delayed and inbound flights can not deplane due to lack of power in the jetways.
  • Off-Duty SFPD Officer Fatally Shoots Self During Police Stop in Richmond

    Off-Duty SFPD Officer Fatally Shoots Self During Police Stop in Richmond

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    Penney store. Unable to see inside the coupe due to "heavily tinted" windows, the officer called for back up and responding officers used a "shotgun-propelled beanbag to break the suspect's windshield", Lt. Philip Sanchez, a 45-year-old Richmond police sergeant, was booked Sunday on suspicion of negligent discharge of a weapon, vandalism with a value of $400 or more, assault with a firearm and shooting in an inhabited dwelling, according to San Francisco police spokesman Officer Robert Rueca.
  • United Kingdom embassy worker found dead in Lebanon

    United Kingdom embassy worker found dead in Lebanon

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    He pulled over in a quiet place", the judicial source told AFP. She had been sexually assaulted and strangled, the BBC was told by senior police sources. "We have had no complaints from riders regarding harassment or theft with regards to this driver", the Uber spokesman said. The murder has shaken Lebanon, where such crimes, particularly against foreigners, are rare.
  • WannaCry cyber attack: North Korea was 'directly responsible'

    WannaCry cyber attack: North Korea was 'directly responsible'

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    The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss details not yet public. The public shaming of the state, which has not been confirmed by the White House, is created to hold the North accountable for its actions and "erode and undercut their ability to launch attacks", the official said.
  • IRGC: Yemen had been equipped with Soviet, N. Korean missiles

    IRGC: Yemen had been equipped with Soviet, N. Korean missiles

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    The U.S. had said it had "undeniable" evidence that Tehran was violating global law and unveiled segments of missiles launched at Saudi Arabia from Houthi-controlled territory in Yemen . Nikki Haley , U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, lays out a damning case proving Iran is violating its nuclear deal and the U.N.is turning a blind eye.
  • Japan minister says agrees with S.Korea that China's…

    Japan minister says agrees with S.Korea that China's…

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    Relations between Seoul and Tokyo have chilled over a controversial deal reached in 2015 to resolve the long-running feud over Tokyo's wartime sexual slavery of Korean women. "We'd like to continue close cooperation between Japan and South Korea, and that between Japan, South Korea and the United States" in dealing with the North Korean threat, Kono said.
  • Trump talked about rescinding Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court

    Trump talked about rescinding Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court

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    He also told aides that he knew of other judges who would want the position. One assistant depicted Trump's outrage at the then-chosen one as a "blast", as per The Post . "My teenage daughters were cheering the TV!" He reportedly fretted over whether Gorsuch, lauded by the mainstream Republicans that have sometimes clashed with the White House, would be "loyal" and wondered if he were sufficiently grateful.