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AK Bhatt, Commander of the Srinagar-headquartered Chinar Corps, said two of the slain militants were involved in the killing of Lt Ummer Fayaz a year ago. In retaliatory firing by security forces, four civilians were killed and over 50 others were wounded. The army lost three soldiers in Kachudoora - Sepoy Hetram of Sonigasar Godard in Bikaner; Gunner Nilesh Singh of Nagri, in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh; and Gunner Arvinder Kumar of Sariana in Hoshairpur, Punjab.
  • List of countries and others expelling Russian diplomats

    List of countries and others expelling Russian diplomats

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    Russia announced on Friday reciprocal expulsion of diplomatic representatives of countries, including Spain, who declared persona non grata to representatives of Moscow after having sympathized with British version on poisoning of Sergey Skripal, former official of Russian military Intelligence service GRU, and his daughter Yulia last March 4 in Salisbury.
  • Carlos Alvarado Quesada set to be next Costa Rica President

    Carlos Alvarado Quesada set to be next Costa Rica President

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    Costa Rica's dollar bonds have returned 1.2 percent this year, the only sovereign in its rating bucket to produce positive returns, amid optimism the fiscal situation will be addressed. Fabricio Alvarado strongly opposed the ruling. "We are thinking of someone new, someone who is a person of the people, who does his shopping in the supermarket, who knows how much a litre of gas costs", he said.
  • Trump's first trade deal is more bark than bite

    Trump's first trade deal is more bark than bite

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    South Korea will extend the phase-out of the 25 percent USA tariff on trucks until 2041, well beyond the current phase-out date of 2021. The two countries also made a decision to extend a USA tariff on South Korean pickup truck exports by an additional 20 years to 2041.
  • Deported Army Veteran Granted US Citizenship

    Deported Army Veteran Granted US Citizenship

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    Barajas said from Tijuana. He got the news in the "Bunker", the headquarters of the Deported Veterans Support House he established in Tijuana for departed veterans. He passed the required English and civics portions of the exam, but had been waiting since then for a decision. Barajas burst into joyous tears seated on a couch in Tijuana on Thursday afternoon in front of a large USA flag as he read a document informing him that he would be sworn in as a citizen on April 13 in San Diego.
  • Airbnb will hand over data on guests to Chinese authorities

    Airbnb will hand over data on guests to Chinese authorities

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    Airbnb in China already requests passport details when booking accomodation and the platform stores the information and shares it with the police when required. Some hosts are unhappy about this new measure but the platform gave them the option to de-list their apartment if they wished to do so. Airbnb China was launched to facilitate the firm's huge demand in the country two years ago.
  • Jammu and Kashmir: 13 terrorists killed in Shopian encounter

    Jammu and Kashmir: 13 terrorists killed in Shopian encounter

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    The identities of the remaining four slain rebels had yet to be ascertained as of Sunday evening, he said. Among the neutralised terrorists were those who had abducted and murdered Lt Ummer Fayaz in May a year ago. Three soldiers were killed and at least six police and soldiers were wounded, Vaid said. After the attack, the security forces cordoned off the area and are were conducting search operations in the area to find if any terrorist were hiding.
  • Politics shadows French march to honor Jewish murder victim

    Politics shadows French march to honor Jewish murder victim

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    Last Friday, Holocaust survivor Mireille Knoll , 85, was found dead in her apartment in the central 11th district of Paris. Two men, aged 29 and 22 years, have been placed under investigation and charged with murder "motivated by the real or supposed adherence to a religion", aggravated robbery, and destruction of property.
  • Trump says 'NO MORE DACA DEAL' and calls for end to filibuster

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    Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers were now detaining nearly all adults who seek asylum at a port of entry. " Mexico has got to help us at the border". "They had a great, great chance, but we'll have to take a look", he said. "I mean, how many times do we have to hear stories of United States citizens being killed by people that are here illegally before we actually do something?" They send them into the United States.
  • Somalia: Al-Shabaab raids AU military base, kills 59

    Somalia: Al-Shabaab raids AU military base, kills 59

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    The attack started when two suicide vehicle bombs exploded at the entrance to the heavily fortified base in Bulo-Marer, an agricultural town in Somalia's Lower Shabelle region, said Somali army Colonel Ahmed Hassan. Deo Akiiki said in a statement statement, Xinhua reported. The attack began with a two-car bombing followed by an nearly four-hour battle between peacekeepers and al-Shabaab, according to Sgt.
  • Popular V6 Anchor Jumps from 5th Floor & Dies

    Popular V6 Anchor Jumps from 5th Floor & Dies

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    News anchor of a Telugu channel V6, Radhika Reddy, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the fifth floor of her parents' house in Moosapet at 10.50 p.m. She died of head injury. Reports say, Ms Reddy and her 14-year-old son were staying with her parents since her divorce six months ago. Tiwary, a resident of Mira Road, reportedly did not go home that day and instead went to the Malwani area flat with her boyfriend.
  • Expelled Russians arrive home as Moscow warns against travel to Britain

    Expelled Russians arrive home as Moscow warns against travel to Britain

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    Russian Federation advised its citizens to think carefully before traveling to Britain, warning they could fall victim to official harassment. The Organisation for the Prohibition Chemical Weapons is in the midst of verifying a United Kingdom analysis of the nerve agents used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia , found collapsed on a bench in Salisbury on March 4.
  • IS kills 19 regime fighters in east Syria

    IS kills 19 regime fighters in east Syria

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    But the group managed to launch a surprise strike in the capital Damascus last month that saw them capture the Qadam district. More than 4,000 people left the devastated town of Harasta last week under a deal with the Ahrar al-Sham rebel group.
  • US President Donald Trump calls on Mexico to stop flow of immigrants

    US President Donald Trump calls on Mexico to stop flow of immigrants

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    Central American immigrants get on the "La Bestia" cargo train in Arriaga, Mexico's Chiapas state, on July 16, 2014, in an attempt to reach the Mexico-U.S. What is Mexico doing about the flow of migrants? Officials in Mexico have not attempted to stop the migrants, about 80 percent of them from Honduras, according to the report.
  • Trump says DACA deal for Dreamers is off

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    President Donald Trump said Sunday that there would be no deal to legalize the status of millions of "dreamers", undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children, stating that the USA border with Mexico was "getting more dangerous" and directing congressional Republicans to pass tough new anti-immigration legislation.
  • Trump Declares 'NO MORE DACA DEAL!' After Quoting Border Patrol Union Prez

    Trump Declares 'NO MORE DACA DEAL!' After Quoting Border Patrol Union Prez

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    He tweeted early Sunday that "ridiculous liberal" Democrats were impeding Border Patrol agents' ability to "do their job", reiterating his points outside a church in Florida later in the morning. Trump has repeatedly threatened to end the agreement, although the Washington Post noted that its repeal could be potentially blocked by Congress.
  • Rani Mukerji: Actresses who are married & mothers are not dead commodity

    Rani Mukerji: Actresses who are married & mothers are not dead commodity

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    Even if I have an opinion that doesn't mean it has to be everyone else's. "What you really want is (for) me (to do) good content films". Reacting to CBSE's decision of re-examination of Class 12 economics and Class 10 mathematics papers, actor Rani Mukerji today said the retests should not be a matter of concern for students if they are well prepared and the syllabus does not change.
  • BJP chief Amit Shah to go to western Odisha subsequent month

    BJP chief Amit Shah to go to western Odisha subsequent month

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    But addressing the gathering in Mysuru , Shah said that he might have committed a mistake, but (in elections) the people of Karnataka will not commit any mistake. "There is only one organisation that can bring about change and that is the BJP under the leadership of (BJP's chief ministerial candidate) BS Yeddyurappa".
  • Melania Trump runs White House from 'behind the scenes,' new book claims

    Melania Trump runs White House from 'behind the scenes,' new book claims

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    The couple visited a service at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal church, near the president's Mar-a-Lago resort.also known as the 'Winter White House'. Proposed DACA deals crafted by lawmakers also were not open to new participants. Getting more unsafe. "Caravans" coming. Children, the first lady did not come empty-handed: handed Easter gift sets, because of the Catholic Easter in the USA will be celebrating this Sunday, April 1.
  • Syrian army says rebels to exit last Ghouta town

    Syrian army says rebels to exit last Ghouta town

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    The departure Saturday from southern and western parts of eastern Ghouta comes as negotiations are still ongoing between Russian mediators and officials from the Army of Islam to evacuate Douma, but no deal has been reached so far with the rebel group which insists on staying in the town.