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It was ruled that there is no legal basis of corruption references filed by NAB. It may be mentioned here that an accountability court in Rawalpindi acquitted Zardari over in reference pertaining to alleged illegal assets in Pakistan and overseas yesterday.
  • 'Restraint' Appears To Be Over As North Korea Launches Missile Test Again

    'Restraint' Appears To Be Over As North Korea Launches Missile Test Again

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    All three were described as failing. In the latest launch, the U.S. Pacific Command says two of the North's missiles failed in flight after an unspecified distance, and another appeared to have blown up immediately. Pyongyang responded by threatening to fire missiles toward the US Pacific island territory of Guam but later said it was holding off while it waited to see what the United States would do next.
  • Seoul: North Korea Fires Several Projectiles To Sea

    Seoul: North Korea Fires Several Projectiles To Sea

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    The test came just days after senior US officials praised North Korea and leader Kim Jong Un for showing restraint in not firing any missiles since late July. In a conciliatory move before that, Tillerson said the United States was willing to sit down for talks with North Korea, but only if it relinquishes its pursuit of nuclear weapons.
  • North Korea Is Reported To Have Launched Several Missiles, Heightening Tensions

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    A barrage of what the South Korean joint chiefs of staff described as "unidentified projectiles" blasted off from a site in the eastern Gangwon province at around 6:49 a.m local time (21:49GMT Friday). David Benham said in an emailed statement. The U.S. State Department did not immediately comment about the Saturday launches. It claimed the new weapon had the USA mainland within its reach, and threatened to strike near the Guam military base, prompting an angry exchange with Trump who said ...
  • North Korea fires short-range missiles in latest tests

    North Korea fires short-range missiles in latest tests

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    The launches come as tens of thousands of South Korean and USA troops take part in joint military drills in the south of the peninsula, which the North views as highly provocative. North Korea's state media earlier Saturday said that leader Kim Jong Un inspected a special operation forces training of the country's army that simulated attacks on South Korean islands along the countries' western sea border in what appeared to be in response to the ongoing U.S.
  • Mexico will pay for wall

    Mexico will pay for wall

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    Trump is now at odds not only with Democrats, who cemented their objections to funding the wall Wednesday, but also with Republicans, who must reconcile his brash rhetoric with the governing realities of Congress. This may leave GOP leaders deciding that the best way to build support for the debt increase is to pair it with the must-pass stopgap spending bill. Designs for the border wall were accepted by the Department of Homeland Security earlier this year, The Hill noted .
  • 'There was no space!' - Perez defends himself over Ocon clash

    'There was no space!' - Perez defends himself over Ocon clash

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    Perez denied that he is disappointed with the news out of Ferrari that Kimi Raikkonenis staying put at Maranello, in effect shutting down any opportunity of "musical chairs" among the top teams that could open a seat for Perez. "I didn't do anything different that I wouldn't have done to any other drivers. He's supposed to be a professional driver and he didn't show it today", Ocon said.
  • Five climbers fall to their deaths in Austrian Alps

    Five climbers fall to their deaths in Austrian Alps

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    It was thought that one member of the group slipped and fell on a glacier, bringing the others down, Martin Reichholf, head of the rescue teams, said. Five helicopters are involved in the rescue efforts. Rome: Seven climbers fell to their deaths in two separate incidents in the Austrian and Italian Alps, officials said.
  • North Korea fires short-range missiles: United States military

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    The missile blew up just after liftoff. North Korea had refrained from missile launching and other provocative acts since then. The launch was the first by the North since it test-fired a missile on 28 July that could have been created to reach 10,000km, putting parts of the USA mainland within reach.
  • Pakistan, Afghanistan Agree to Form Army Working Group

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    Bajwa reportedly claimed that Pakistan had already cleared all its areas indiscriminately and has started unilateral border security measures including fencing. Trump had warned that Pakistan's support for the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani extremist network would have consequences, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has now spelled these out.
  • U.S. revises assessment of N. Korea launch

    U.S. revises assessment of N. Korea launch

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    The U.S. Pacific Command has revised its assessment of the latest North Korean missile launches, saying the first and third projectiles did not fail in flight. Hours later North Korea had said it was "carefully examining" plans to strike Guam. All three appeared to be short-range missiles, rather than the long-range types created to be able to strike the United States, and were launched from Kittaeryong on North Korea's east coast.
  • North Korea launches trio of missiles amidst US-South Korea military drills

    North Korea launches trio of missiles amidst US-South Korea military drills

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    The U.S. Pacific Command has revised its assessment of the latest North Korean missile launches, saying the first and third projectiles did not fail in flight. But the abuses that show Kim as being the top enemy of the North Korean people also show why he isn't an imminent threat to the United States . "Despite the recent tensions, despite the missile launches, tourism continues here", Ripley said.
  • Gujarat Swine Flu: Ten More Deaths Reported, Toll Reaches 316

    Gujarat Swine Flu: Ten More Deaths Reported, Toll Reaches 316

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    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today held a meeting to review the measures to combat the rising cases of swine flu in the state. The doctor from a well-known hospital in south Mumbai sent her swab for testing and waited for four days till the report confirmed swine flu before putting her on Oseltamivir.
  • Samsung Chief to Appeal 5-Year Prison Sentence

    Samsung Chief to Appeal 5-Year Prison Sentence

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    Samsung was the first South Korean company emerge as a top global firm and it would be "worrisome" if the verdict proved "a negative turning point" for it, the paper said, unable to make key business decisions for years with its leader in jail.
  • Trump's border threats could make for an ugly September

    Trump's border threats could make for an ugly September

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    Last night, President Trump reiterated his belief that sabotaging the functioning of the federal government is an effective strategy for persuading Democrats to vote for his border wall . The pledge to build a wall-albeit alongside a vow that Mexico would foot the bill-was Trump's signature campaign pledge. This isn't the first time the president has indicated the possibility of closing the government.
  • Prince Harry opens up more than ever before

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    Kensington Palace last week said the brothers now wanted to focus on honouring their mother's legacy rather than talk about the past. Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed, died along with chauffeur Henri Paul when the Mercedes crashed in the French capital's Pont de l'Alma tunnel.
  • Germany will be harsh with holiday refugees, says Angela Merkel

    Germany will be harsh with holiday refugees, says Angela Merkel

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    However, she conceded she had been mistaken to rely on the Dublin EU asylum rules, which require asylum applications to be filed in the first EU country a person enters. "If I was able to, I would turn back time by many, many years, so that I could have prepared the whole government and the authorities for the situation which hit us out of the blue in the late summer of 2015", Merkel said in a speech in September 2016, though she still stood by her policies.
  • Wbest moment from the MTV VMAs

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    In July, Trump tweeted that transgender individuals would be banned from the military, sparking both backlash and confusion, as he had yet to lay out a formal plan for the ban. "It is such an honour and I'm so happy to be able to represent the community of trans service members", said Akira Wyatt , a Navy sailor. I still like it.