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Now a new song hopes to encourage tolerance - by uniting the countries' national anthems. The footage closes with the words, "Let's stand together for peace". Starting with the Qaumi Taranah or Pak Sarzamin and then transitioning to Jan Gan Man, this combined rendition - aptly titled the Peace Anthem - is a handsome example of how we can create magic just by forgetting our differences and standing together.
  • Excavation Has Begun In Search For Trevor Deely's Body

    Excavation Has Begun In Search For Trevor Deely's Body

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    Speaking at the scene, he said: "The reason for this is because we are conducting a search of this area over the coming days, searching for evidence connected to the disappearance of Trevor Deely". The man is then seen conversing with the Kildare man before he enters the building at 3.34am. They're investigating whether he was killed by a known criminal, and have begun excavating the site in Chapelizod.
  • Policeman stabbed to death by Daesh suspect in Istanbul

    Policeman stabbed to death by Daesh suspect in Istanbul

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    Police secure the area near an Istanbul nightclub, following a gun attack, in Turkey, January 1, 2017. IThe report also indicated that the suspect had previously affiliated himself with the terror organization and had been held at a police station after he was arrested by the local anti-terror police for the suspicion of planning a suicide attack.
  • Jihadists kill one person, others injured in Ouagadougou attack

    Jihadists kill one person, others injured in Ouagadougou attack

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    Several hours later, a heavy exchange of gunfire could still be heard, according to an Associated Press reporter at the scene. The others hospitalised were reported to be in a critical condition. "[The attackers] are confined to one part of the building they attacked", Dandjinou told reporters in televised remarks. However, the shooting resembles a similar assault in January 2016, when three al Qaeda-linked jihadists killed at least 30 people at Cappuccino Cafe in Ouagadougou before holing ...
  • Sheriff: Three dead after shooting at auto racing event in Wisconsin

    Sheriff: Three dead after shooting at auto racing event in Wisconsin

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    The third victim died en route to an area hospital, Beth said. Two of the three men died on scene. "There's no positive ID on the suspect right now, we don't know the motive, we're not aware of any altercations that happened earlier, at this point the detectives I've talked to are not aware of what caused this", Beth said.
  • 3.5mn N.Koreans sign up to fight against US

    3.5mn N.Koreans sign up to fight against US

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    They said the United States and its allies no longer can afford to stand by as North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un pushes ahead with the development of a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile. In a meeting with top aides at the presidential Blue House, Moon said South Korea would work to safeguard peace on the peninsula in cooperation with the United States and other countries.
  • CIA director: 'No intelligence' to suggest U.S. on cusp of nuclear war

    CIA director: 'No intelligence' to suggest U.S. on cusp of nuclear war

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    He asked not to be named. On Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened that North Korea would be met with unprecedented " fire and fury and frankly power" if they continue to pose a threat. Trump also said the US was considering tighter sanctions against North Korea . "Nobody loves a peaceful solution better than President Trump ".
  • Donald Trump tells Guam Governor you are safe

    Donald Trump tells Guam Governor you are safe

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    President Donald Trump on Friday again delivered a bold warning to North Korea, tweeting that the US military is "locked and loaded" if the isolated rogue nation acts "unwisely", escalating an exchange of threats between the nuclear-armed nations.
  • U.S. stocks tumble on North Korea worries

    U.S. stocks tumble on North Korea worries

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    On the week, the Dow Jones lost 0.9 %; the S&P 500 has dropped 1.4 per cent, its biggest weekly decline in more than four months. The annual decline in prices stands at 1.7% in July, compared to 1.6 % in June, according to the index, below the 2% target of the federal Reserve .
  • North Korea: US diplomacy is gaining results, says Mattis

    North Korea: US diplomacy is gaining results, says Mattis

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    The column says many outlets omitted the second half of North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho's refusal to negotiation, which said "unless the hostile policy and nuclear threat of the USA against the D.P.R.K. But Mattis said while the administration does have military options to deal with North Korea, it is prioritizing the diplomatic track. "I don't want to, but if we have to, we'll go to war".
  • Barnaby Joyce may be a dual citizen

    Barnaby Joyce may be a dual citizen

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    Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has asked the High Court to rule on his eligibility to sit in the Parliament after it was revealed he may be a citizen of New Zealand . If he is found to be ineligible, the Turnbull Government - which holds a one-seat majority in the lower house - would be forced into a by-election.
  • Dusty Coleman sitting on Saturday for Padres

    Dusty Coleman sitting on Saturday for Padres

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    Wil Myers helped extend the Padres lead in the top of the fifth with a solo shot to center field off Hyun-Jin Ryu. San Diego manager Andy Green would like to see more of those types of at-bats from his players. Ryu got in trouble again in the fourth after giving up a leadoff walk to Solarte followed by an opposite-field single to Cory Spangenberg. However, anticipating a throw to the plate, Seager headed for second base and got caught in a run down between first and second.
  • Here is why NCP missed Opposition meeting called by Sonia Gandhi

    Here is why NCP missed Opposition meeting called by Sonia Gandhi

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    Justifying the no-show, NCP MP Praful Patel said his party was angry at being accused of not voting for Ahmed Patel despite having issued a whip in his favour. Suggesting that the opposition parties had to build an "alternative narrative" to counter PM Narendra Modi and BJP, Yechury said, "This could be done through effective strategy and by taking up pro-people issues such as agrarian crisis".
  • White House aide: Groups 'on both sides' showed up looking for trouble

    White House aide: Groups 'on both sides' showed up looking for trouble

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    Mark Herring, attorney general of Charlottesville , tweeted: "The violence, chaos, and apparent loss of life in Charlottesville is not the fault of " many sides ". Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer said he was disgusted that the white nationalists had come to his town and blamed Trump for inflaming racial prejudices.
  • Trump declares opioid epidemic 'national emergency'

    Trump declares opioid epidemic 'national emergency'

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    It's a national emergency ", he told reporters at his National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. Since the year 1999, Americans dying from drug overdose increased four times . Nuclear weapons pose greatest threat to the world, US President Donald Trump has said as he favoured a complete elimination of atomic arms by all countries possessing it including Pakistan, China and Russian Federation.
  • Latin America rejects Trump's Venezuela invasion threat

    Latin America rejects Trump's Venezuela invasion threat

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    President Nicolas Maduro and his government have faced strong criticism from several Latin American nations over the controversial Constituent Assembly, which has the power to rewrite the country's constitution. Here are a few more reactions. Venezuela's Defence Minister General Vladimir Padrino dismissed the threat as "an act of craziness, an act of supreme extremism".
  • Trailer full of undocumented immigrants found near US, Mexico border

    Trailer full of undocumented immigrants found near US, Mexico border

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    Their conditions aren't now known, ABC13 reported . A man and woman who oversaw that trailer have been detained and the U.S. Border Patrol is investigating, according to reports. In July, authorities discovered more than 100 undocumented immigrants packed inside a sweltering tractor-trailer in San Antonio. The driver of that trailer was charged and could face the death penalty if convicted.
  • Illinois Senate Overrides Governor's School Funding Veto

    Illinois Senate Overrides Governor's School Funding Veto

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    He issued a statement, saying Senate Bill 1 , in its original form, is not the answer to the state's funding problems. The measure needs 71 votes in the House. State Sens. Paul Schimpf, R-Waterloo, and Kyle McCarter, R-Lebanon, voted no on the override. "First it was a massive tax hike on the backs of every working Illinoisan, now it's a bailout of Chicago Public Schools that takes money away from our local schools".