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The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has been directed by the Islamabad High Court to allow Hafiz Saeed , one of the world's most wanted terrorists, to register his political party, the Milli Muslim League (MML), for the forthcoming 2018 general elections.
  • Gov. and local representatives react to failed special session

    Gov. and local representatives react to failed special session

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    Stephen Dwight, R-Lake Charles, called for a vote on the sales tax bill anyway. "This special session was prematurely called and was a complete waste of taxpayer dollars". The second proposal, carried by Baton Rouge Rep. Patricia Smith, would edge up a 4.5-cent monthly tax on cellphones enacted past year to 5 cents. The order bills were voted in also had an impact.
  • M6.8 natural disaster strikes off the coast of Papua New Guinea

    M6.8 natural disaster strikes off the coast of Papua New Guinea

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    Survivors faced more shaking from the strongest aftershock so far, a magnitude 6.7 quake early Wednesday. He said many people remain missing and that thousands more have been injured. The government faces major challenges in its recovery work. The magnitude 7.5 quake on February 26 destroyed homes and triggered landslides in a remote region and information has filtered out slowly.
  • Missing baby found dead after disturbing text prompts Amber Alert

    Missing baby found dead after disturbing text prompts Amber Alert

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    The baby at the center of an Oklahoma Amber Alert has been found dead , police say. The boy's body was found late Wednesday in a home on Venice Boulevard in Oklahoma City , just hours after police issued an Amber Alert that Jody was in imminent danger due to a threatening text Victor sent his friend about the child's livelihood, according to Tulsa World .
  • Turkey, Iraq joint ops against PKK

    Turkey, Iraq joint ops against PKK

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    Cavusoglu's comments came as Turkey pushed ahead with a cross-border military operation against the Kurdish YPG militia in northern Syria's Afrin region. The PKK has been listed as a terrorist organisation by Turkey, European Union and United States. In the face of Turkish aggression, repeatedly denounced by the Damascus government to the United Nations and other worldwide organizations, units of the pro-government Syrian People's Forces recently moved to Afrin, which forces support the YPG.
  • Catholic Church 'An Empire of Misogyny' Claims Former Irish President Mary McAleese

    Catholic Church 'An Empire of Misogyny' Claims Former Irish President Mary McAleese

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    The annual conference is traditionally held in the Vatican, but is moving to a different location in Rome after a conservative United States cardinal demanded that three gay rights activists including McAleese be excluded from the event. We watch the exodus of talented, educated young women", she said. McAleese, whose son is gay, has campaigned for same-sex rights in the Catholic church for 40 years, Irish broadcaster RTÉ said.
  • Judge Urges Trump To Mute, Not Block, Twitter Critics

    Judge Urges Trump To Mute, Not Block, Twitter Critics

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    Nicholas Pappas, a comedy writer and one of the seven plaintiffs, told a gathering of reporters after the hearing that it would be "a great solution", if he were muted, rather than blocked, by the @ realDonaldTrump account. Buchwald appeared skeptical of that argument, noting that the Twitter blocks can affect users beyond just those who are blocked. She also said that if Trump's account is considered a public forum, he wouldn't be able to block people based on their views.
  • Aqib Talib is heading to NFC West but not to 49ers

    Aqib Talib is heading to NFC West but not to 49ers

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    Talib spent some of 2012 and 2013 in New England where he totaled five interceptions. Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib (21) reacts to a personal foul during a National Football League game between the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN.
  • Manchester City reach last eight despite Basel defeat

    Manchester City reach last eight despite Basel defeat

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    It was not enough to prevent City progressing to the quarter-finals on the back of a 5-2 aggregate success but Guardiola, who made six changes, was frustrated with his side's lack of urgency. "It's not easy to play when the first leg was 0-4". Leroy Sane carried the ball past a series of defenders and slipped it through to Bernardo Silva, whose low cross was ideal for Gabriel Jesus to score his first goal since returning from two months out with a knee ligament injury.
  • 14-year-old accused of impersonating Sheriff's Deputy

    14-year-old accused of impersonating Sheriff's Deputy

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    The vehicle had no license plates, authorities said. The teen, while allegedly wearing a San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department uniform with a firearm in the belt holster, went to the front door of the home and told residents he was there to investigate a reported domestic disturbance, police said.
  • Corea del Nord, Donald Trump incontrerà Kim Jong-un entro maggio

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    Di recente, i leader delle due Coree hanno concordato un incontro al vertice che si terrà a fine aprile . Usa, fratellastro Kim ucciso con nervino Vx - Neanche il tempo di valutare gli incontri di Pyongyang degli inviati del presidente Moon Jae-in con il leader Kim Jong-un, che il Dipartimento di Stato Usa annuncia nuove sanzioni.
  • Women Across the World Mark International Women's Day

    Women Across the World Mark International Women's Day

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    Meanwhile Spain's two main unions - the CCOO and UGT - have called their members to stop work for two hours on Thursday. Women also joined marches and strikes across the world to mark the day and demand an end to violence against women and discrimination, Morning Star Online reported .
  • Carson changes HUD mission to allow discrimination

    Carson changes HUD mission to allow discrimination

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    Now, in 2018, we are considering another change to our mission statement and are seeking comments and ideas from our senior staff", Carson said. "This latest in a series of moves by Secretary Carson to deemphasize HUD's role in creating inclusive communities is unfortunate-thankfully, the law trumps a mission statement, so those legal obligations remain", she added.
  • Panel finds probable cause vs Chief Justice

    Panel finds probable cause vs Chief Justice

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    These specified officials may be impeached by the House of Representatives for any of the following: culpable violation of the Constitution, treason, bribery, graft and corruption, other high crimes, or betrayal of public trust. "This is not the end of it all and the burden of proving their case is on the House, to actually prove that the Chief Justice should be removed from the office".
  • Joe Schmidt expected to make three changes for Scotland clash

    Joe Schmidt expected to make three changes for Scotland clash

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    Schmidt during this afternoon's press conference at Carton House. However, fit-again Iain Henderson has not displaced Devin Toner in the second row for this weekend's NatWest 6 Nations clash. "That can come back to bite you eventually, you can get away with it once or twice, but like we have now lost Farrell out of the centre position". "It's a needs-must situation, but it's a situation where we've got a lot of trust and faith in Garry".
  • President Trump Calls Oakland Mayor's ICE Warning 'A Disgrace'

    President Trump Calls Oakland Mayor's ICE Warning 'A Disgrace'

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    Oakland's status as a sanctuary city dates back to 1986, then known as a "city of refuge", according to records. Sessions has claimed that the "radical" Schaaf let "800 wanted criminals" off the hook when she warned residents of an incoming immigration raid across the Bay Area on February 24 via her official Twitter account.
  • USA announces head money for TTP's Fazlullah among three commanders

    USA announces head money for TTP's Fazlullah among three commanders

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    Last month, Pakistani Taliban deputy chief Khan Said Mehsud, alias Sajna, was killed by a drone, which was followed by the death of two other commanders. According to the statement, 20 fidayeen, or suicide bombers, were killed, while another six fighters were wounded in the strike. "The Taliban's argument that they will not talk to the Afghan government because the conflict is not between Afghan parties misrepresents the reality that tens of thousands of Afghan people are killed and maimed ...
  • Police man arrested for killing pregnant woman

    Police man arrested for killing pregnant woman

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    She today condemned the act of Inspector Kamaraj, who was arrested and suspended from service. Later, the district administration made some alterations in the report, stating that inspector Kamaraj had "pushed" the couple down while they were proceeding on a two-wheeler near the Ganesha Point at Tiruverambur.
  • Champagne heads to South America to sign CPTPP and talks on Mercosur

    Champagne heads to South America to sign CPTPP and talks on Mercosur

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    In January 2017, Trump withdrew the United States from TPP discussions before it became law, arguing that it was an unfair deal for the country. " New Zealand Winegrowers welcomes the signing of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership ( CPTPP ) in Chile today for the contribution it will make to a strong New Zealand economy", says Philip Gregan, Chief Executive Officer of New Zealand Winegrowers.