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As many as 311 people have been detained in the past week for allegedly engaging in "terrorist propaganda" through social media postings critical of the military operation, authorities said Monday. Ankara launched a military operation codenamed Olive Branch on January 20 to clear YPG fighters from Afrin. According to a statement issued by the Turkish General Staff, the army "neutralized" 37 PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists so far on Sunday.
  • Kesha's Powerful

    Kesha's Powerful "Praying" Performance at the Grammys

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    The song off her recent album represents her return to the music business after a years-long legal battle with producer Dr. Luke over sexual abuse allegations. " Praying " was also nominated for best pop vocal performance. Kesha later dropped the lawsuit against him in August 2016 in order to focus on releasing new music.
  • The State of the Union Is … Misspelled

    The State of the Union Is … Misspelled

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    According to the National Archives , George Washington first gave his "annual message" to Congress on January 8, 1790, in the Senate Chamber of Federal Hall in New York City, which was then the temporary seat of government. Would that stop them from giving strong, condemnatory opinions on the speech? Mark Ruffalo said he has no plans to "shut up" about politics as he referred to President Donald Trump as "a reality TV star" during an interview with Buzzfeed News' "AM to DM" Monday .
  • Half-brother of Kim Jong-un met a mysterious American days before murder

    Half-brother of Kim Jong-un met a mysterious American days before murder

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    KUALA LUMPUR-Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , apparently made contact with a suspected US intelligence agent in Malaysia four days before he was murdered there. Ri was named by Malaysian police as a suspect shortly after Kim Jong Nam's killing and his photo was released to the media. The court also heard that an embassy official met the suspects before they fled and facilitated their check-in at the airport.
  • Yemen Deadlock: PM Reportedly Plans to Flee as Palace Seized

    Yemen Deadlock: PM Reportedly Plans to Flee as Palace Seized

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    The clashes came after separatist forces seized government buildings in what Yemen's prime minister called an attempted coup. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and allies started an air campaign in Yemen against the group when they started advancing towards Hadi's southern power seat of Aden.
  • Kenyan opposition supporters gather for 'swearing in' of leader

    Kenyan opposition supporters gather for 'swearing in' of leader

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    Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and ICT Secretary Joe Mucheru met Kenyan media managers on January 26 to warn them not to broadcast Tuesday's proceedings, according to the Kenya Editors Guild, a Nairobi-based media body. "We nonetheless wish to put the (ruling party) Jubilee administration on notice that we will accomplish our mission come hell or high water". "There is a psychological benefit that people feel their voices are heard, but more important it will mark the real start of our ...
  • Duterte office slaps Deputy Ombudsman Carandang with 90-day suspension order

    Duterte office slaps Deputy Ombudsman Carandang with 90-day suspension order

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    Roque also noted that the AMLC had clarified that the documents used by Trillanes in his plunder complaint filed against Mr. Duterte in the Office of the Ombudsman during the 2016 presidential campaign did not come from the council. Antonio Trillanes IV in his complaint against Duterte. Roque said the charges stemmed from the complaint filed by lawyers Manolito R. Luna and Elijio P.
  • Zeenat Aman Accuses Businessman Of Stalking And Molesting Her

    Zeenat Aman Accuses Businessman Of Stalking And Molesting Her

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    After failing to convince the person to stop stalking, the veteran actress approached the police and filed the complaint at Juhu police station. "Police begin investigation, the businessman is absconding", ANI's tweet read. Zeenat has been acting many hindi films and many his films are like "Qurbani", " Don ", Heera Panna, etc. famous. With her captivating beauty, Zeenat Aman was also felicitated with beauty pageant titles like Femina Miss India Asia Pacific 1970.
  • Expecting big things from the Budget

    Expecting big things from the Budget

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    More oil sector deals could also be in the offing, bankers said, because Indian Oil and Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd ( BPCL.NS ) have expressed interest in buying stakes in two other state-run oil companies. After simplifying India's complex indirect tax system previous year, reports suggested that Jaitley could announce some relief for the country's middle class.
  • Minor boy who was babysitting 18-month girl molests her, arrested

    Minor boy who was babysitting 18-month girl molests her, arrested

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    The father of the victim, who is a labourer, said as he and his wife had to go to their respective workplaces, they had left the girl at the house of his elder brother, whose son is an accused in the matter. When she told this to her sister-in-law she made excuses. "During preliminary investigation, Suraj was found to be the prime suspect, who had fled from home after the incident.
  • Schumer Calls On Feds To Send Flu Team To NY

    Schumer Calls On Feds To Send Flu Team To NY

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    One measure is how many people seek medical care. Children and the elderly are at the highest risk for developing complications, including death, from flu and flu-like symptoms . The CDC warns that this flu season is more intense than any since the 2009 swine flu pandemic and still getting worse. But exactly how well it is working won't be known until next month.
  • Kohat police arrest accomplice in medical student murder case

    Kohat police arrest accomplice in medical student murder case

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    A medical student was allegedly shot dead by Mujahidullah Afridi, nephew of the district president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Aftab Alam, over marriage refusal in Kohat . The police registered a murder case and started raids for the arrest of the accused. The victim's brother says that Mujahidullah wanted to marry his sister but the family refused as he was already married.
  • AAP MLA's disqualifications case transferred to larger bench of High Court

    AAP MLA's disqualifications case transferred to larger bench of High Court

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    The court had last week restrained the Election Commission from passing further orders regarding the issue, effectively ruling out bye-elections till the time it passes a final order in the case. The court then ordered the EC to make no announcement whatsoever for bypolls in Delhi until the next date of hearing of the AAP MLAs' plea, which was today.
  • Corrine Brown, former US consultant, stories to federal jail for fraud

    Corrine Brown, former US consultant, stories to federal jail for fraud

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    Brown, 71, is expected to begin serving a five-year federal sentence Monday at a Central Florida prison camp for her part in a fraud scheme that helped end her long career. Brown is appealing her conviction, saying it was wrong for the trial judge to dismiss a juror who claimed the "Holy Spirit" told him she's innocent.
  • Melania Trump was 'furious' after Stormy Daniels reports

    Melania Trump was 'furious' after Stormy Daniels reports

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    Although the records request only covers three months of this period, Melania still racked up quite a tab, taking flights between New York, Washington, DC, and Palm Beach, Florida, where she would fly to spend downtime in Trump's. In comparison, when Michelle Obama was First Lady, she averaged about $350,000 in travel per year. One of the lesser scandals of the first year of Donald Trump's presidency was the seeming overuse of private planes by cabinet members.
  • Turkey detains 300 people over its military offensive in Syria

    Turkey detains 300 people over its military offensive in Syria

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    Horrific images have emerged from a Syrian hospital where dead and injured children were taken after Turkey seized a strategic outpost from Kurdish militia in Syria on Sunday. Among the dead, the Observatory said, were 13 children and seven women. Islamic State terror group fighters blew up famed tower tombs in Palmyra and also destroyed the statue of the Lion of Athena and the main Temple of Bel.
  • Immigration reform must include security

    Immigration reform must include security

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    The proposal outlined Thursday by the White House would end much family-based immigration and the visa lottery program, moves that some experts estimate could cut legal immigration into the United States almost in half. and fellow Democrats - over, members of Congress can get down to work on a comprehensive immigration reform package. While we are glad the Democrats suddenly reversed direction Monday after seeming to be unyielding, we can't understand why they voted down the spending plan ...
  • Guterres lauds partnership between United Nations and African Union

    Guterres lauds partnership between United Nations and African Union

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    US President Donald Trump says he "deeply respects" the people of Africa and that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit the continent after Trump provoked a firestorm of indignation for using vulgar remarks about Africans. United Nations peacekeeping, Mr. Guterres added, was, however, not the solution to all crisis situations. The African Agenda on Migration is based on the idea that we need to know the full range of dimensions involved in the migration phenomenon in order to ...