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Noting that some private medical colleges were being run out of small houses and garages, the CJP had directed the owners of such private medical colleges to submit details of their bank accounts as well as fee structures. The bench accepted the apology. Later he issued summon orders. The bench asked who the trustee of the college is, to which the principal replied that former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-N president Nawaz Sharif is the trustee of the college.
  • Security guard shot dead at confectionery factory in Moscow

    Security guard shot dead at confectionery factory in Moscow

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    The shooter then called up a radio station and confessed his crime while special forces were encircling the building. "I am inside here, barricaded". He claimed he was being wronged by a gang that had teamed up with local prosecutors. 'This morning I came to work and I was stormed, they tried to take me with a gun, with other arms. "I have arms, too, today I defended myself". "I shot one guy and unfortunately I think I killed him", the man told Business FM.
  • Authorities: Grandfather died attempting rescue in house fire

    Authorities: Grandfather died attempting rescue in house fire

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    According to the Hibbing Fire Department news release issued Tuesday, the department was called to the house fire around 1:37 a.m. Tuesday at 212 42nd St. Gillitzer served as a Hibbing firefighter and paramedic for almost 25 years before retiring in December 2000. Steven Gillitzer then went back into the house and did not come back out, the release said.
  • Ailing Alberto Fujimori pardoned by Peru's president

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    Fujimori, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for human rights abuses and corruption, has severe health problems but his critics think he should have served his term in full. "I am aware that the results during my government were well received on one side, but I recognize that I have let down other compatriots", he said.
  • Deputy recalls breaking through frozen pond to pull out boy

    Deputy recalls breaking through frozen pond to pull out boy

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    The boy had been in the water for about 30 minutes, but the frigid temperatures - the water was 37 degrees - actually meant that there was a chance he could still survive, Thompson said. "So I started to jump up and down on it, putting my weight on it, and then pound on it to get it to break", he said. Thompson noticed the ice getting thicker as he ventured out onto the pond.
  • Christmas weekend brings numerous smuggling attempts to Border Patrol Agents

    Christmas weekend brings numerous smuggling attempts to Border Patrol Agents

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    Border Patrol agents arrested a man Friday, who served 15 years in prison for Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer, for illegally crossing the border back into the United States. On Christmas Eve, a passenger auto was referred to secondary inspection after a Border Patrol K9 alerted agents to the vehicle. The driver faces multiple felony charges and the immigrants will be processed for immigration violations.
  • President Trump again falsely claims he's signed more bills than any president

    President Trump again falsely claims he's signed more bills than any president

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    Trump has referred to his Mar-a-Lago club as the " Southern White House " - and that's where he's hosted foreign leaders like President Xi Jinping of China and directed the launch of a strike against a Syrian air base . The president frequently criticized former President Barack Obama for golfing more than working. He lied and he continues to spend most of his time at his golf courses.
  • Guatemalan President Joins Trump, Says He'll Move Israeli Embassy To Jerusalem

    Guatemalan President Joins Trump, Says He'll Move Israeli Embassy To Jerusalem

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    Saeb Erekat told the official Palestinian radio station Voice of Palestine that Guatemala's decision was in breach of worldwide law, the UN charter and the 12 UN Security Council resolutions relating to Jerusalem. Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely told Israel Radio that "we are in contact with at least ten countries, some of them in Europe" over the possible transfer of their embassies to Jerusalem.
  • Queen pays tribute to terrorism victims in Christmas message

    Queen pays tribute to terrorism victims in Christmas message

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    The queen says it was her privilege to visit young survivors of the attack on a Manchester concert hall as they were recovering from the blast which claimed 22 lives. He retired from regular royal duties over the summer, but has continued to make occasional appearances, most recently walking to the Christmas Eve church service on the royal family's Sandringham estate.
  • Comerica Bank Has $8.156 Million Stake in Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (FOXA)

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    Considering that the stock CURRENT volume of 4.28 million shares, this represents a pretty noteworthy trading in volume size. Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. The rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets with "Buy" on Monday, June 26. Morgan Stanley maintained FleetCor Technologies, Inc. The firm earned "Buy" rating on Thursday, December 14 by Bernstein.
  • The Brian Kendrick Suffered Some Bad Injuries On WWE Raw

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    If you missed the show, you can check out how the injury occurred around 1:20 of this WWE Youtube video or view it out below. According to a report from Wrestling News , the GTS that ended up taking Kendrick out of action with a broken orbital bone and a broken nose will likely mark one of the last times, if not the last time, the move is used on WWE television.
  • CBI arrests own officer in train ticket racket

    CBI arrests own officer in train ticket racket

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    A software programmer of the anti-corruption division of CBI and a former employee of the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) were arrested last night by the CBI for allegedly operating an illicit software, which subverted the railways reservation system.
  • Ambassador Friedman Wants State Department to Drop 'Occupied'

    Ambassador Friedman Wants State Department to Drop 'Occupied'

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    After his comments, the State Department attempted to do damage control, with spokeswoman Heather Nauert saying that Friedman's stance did not represent a change in U.S. The State Department reportedly refused the request. Friedman, an Orthodox Jew and former bankruptcy lawyer who worked for Trump's real estate empire, has been an outspoken advocate for Israel's claim to Jerusalem.
  • These Cities Are Suing Pentagon Over Flawed Gun-Check System

    These Cities Are Suing Pentagon Over Flawed Gun-Check System

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    The law firm behind the complaint believes the military may have failed to report "hundreds, if not thousands" of people to the database. The cities of New York, San Francisco and Philadelphia have sued the US Department of Defence to make it fix its system for reporting conviction records to a database used for background checks on gun buyers.
  • Russian Federation confirms missile defense system sale to Turkey

    Russian Federation confirms missile defense system sale to Turkey

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    Or finance the deal by ourselves? Chemezov told Kommersant that Turkey would be the first North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member state to acquire the a Russian-made S-400 missile system. Russian Federation will supply Turkey with four S-400 surface-to-air missile systems under the deal that is nearly finalised, Chemezov said. Russia and Turkey support opposing sides in the Syrian war, but Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin patched up their relationship after it was badly ...
  • Street Analysts View On Clovis Oncology, Inc. (CLVS), Eaton Corporation plc (ETN)

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    The institutional investor held 75,400 shares of the health care company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $6.21 million, down from 150,800 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Three months ago, on the other hand, the average analyst rating for Clovis Oncology, Inc . Rhumbline Advisers holds 0.01% or 53,709 shares. 121,665 are held by Rice Hall James And Limited.
  • Nebraska police search for killer after triple homicide

    Nebraska police search for killer after triple homicide

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    Dalton, Jr.is a "person of interest" in the deaths of his parents and niece. "I wish I could go back and change that whole day around", Dalton wrote, according to the World Herald. Investigators were still on the scene into early Wednesday morning. Dalton, who was originally charged with second-degree murder, reached a plea deal and served 11 years before he was released in 2010, the World Herald reported.
  • Pak again violates truce, fires unprovoked on LoC in Rajouri

    Pak again violates truce, fires unprovoked on LoC in Rajouri

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    Defence sources called it a " tactical retaliatory strike ", decided at a local level by the brigade commander. "The operation was planned in less than 24 hours as a strong message had to be sent", sources said. On Saturday, Pakistan troops infiltrated nearly 400 metres across the Line of Control to target Indian Army soldiers, sources said. The Monday deaths take the Pakistani casualty toll to five in two days.