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US Missile Test A Success!: What it Means for Keeping America Safe

US Missile Test A Success!: What it Means for Keeping America Safe

Still, he noted it was only the second success in the last five intercept attempts since 2010. The test is the "the next step to not only improving reliability but improving performance against the ev...

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Scotland 'must have a choice' on independence, says Sturgeon

It added that "any continued Tory attempts to block the people of Scotland having a choice on their future, when the options are clear, and on a timescale determined by the Scottish Parliament , wo...

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London attacker has Scottish wife reports state as two terrorists named

Butt and his two accomplices drove a hired van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people in the area around Borough Market in an attack which began at 9.58pm BST. However, police we...

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Indian origin Leo Varadkar to be Ireland's next prime minister

Following his win, the new Prime Minister said: "If my election shows anything it's that prejudice has no hold in this Republic". While serving as minister of health, Varadkar first opened up publi...

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Twitter Bot Turns Donald Trump's Tweets Into Official White House Statements

Twitter Bot Turns Donald Trump's Tweets Into Official White House Statements

A tweet from Maggie Haberman, a White House correspondent for the New York Times , that said Trump's messages should be called statements, also inspired him to create the bot, Neiss said. Although he...

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World Health Organization gets first leader from Africa

World Health Organization gets first leader from Africa

Nishtar, a former Pakistani health minister, won praise for a strong campaign but was always considered a long shot. "Dr. Tedros' sterling and exemplary leadership for better health in Ethiopia is g...

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London Attack: More arrests in fresh raids

Khuram Shazad Butt was 27 and a British citizen born in Pakistan, police said in a statement . Redouane claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan. Police said he also used the name of Rachid Elkhdar and a d...

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Qatar sports network blocked in UAE

Qatar sports network blocked in UAE

The authorities of eastern Libya, Yemen, as well as the Maldives subsequently also announced the severance of relations with Qatar . Qatar is a peninsula that is otherwise surrounded by the Persian G...

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Kisan Union vows to continue farmers' stir in MP

Kisan Union vows to continue farmers' stir in MP

The farmers in the central state are demanding remunerative prices for their produce and a loan waiver. Following the meeting, the CM had said in a tweet, "I am happy the farmers have chose to withd...

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Qatar foreign minister calls for dialogue as diplomatic storm strengthens around Doha

Meanwhile, in the United States, it has come to light that U.A.E. Ambassador to the U.S. Yousef Al Otaiba - an extremely powerful figure in Washington - has been in constant contact with President D...

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Diane Abbott pulls out of BBC debate due to illness

Diane Abbott pulls out of BBC debate due to illness

Murnaghan then asked what the report had recommended, and she only responded "I know he was talking about preparedness and resilience and I do think we need to act, not necessarily on every specific r...

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Kuwait trying to mediate and solve diplomatic rift, says Qatar minister

In addition to severing diplomatic ties with Qatar, the USA primary Arab allies also cut off land, air and sea links to and from one of the world's richest countries that is set to host the bigges...

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Panicked Qatar shoppers stock up as Gulf rift bites

Saudi Arabia took it one step further by closing down a local office of Qatar's influential Al Jazeera TV channel. The news agency released a statement in which it accused Qatar of "harboring ...

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What's at stake for the U.S. after Qatar hit with diplomatic crisis

The decision forbids Saudi, UAE and Bahraini citizens from traveling to Qatar, residing in it or passing through it, SPA said . Qatar, home to about 10,000 US troops and the host of the 2022 FIFA W...

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TBSE Madhyamik Results 2017 Released Today, Tripura 10th Class result

TBSE Madhyamik Results 2017 Released Today, Tripura 10th Class result

Students of class 10 can check their results by logging on to the official website of tripuraresults.nic.in. As per the official note, the students will also have the facility to grab Madhyamik re...

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Trump wants to 'stay engaged' on climate - Tillerson

The U.N.is in the city of NY which lit key municipal buildings in green on Thursday in support of Paris . Putin, on the other hand, said that he would not judge Trump's decision. "Some day we may see...

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Man dies after crashing vehicle into Melbourne childcare centre while evading police

Man dies after crashing vehicle into Melbourne childcare centre while evading police

The driver got out, but the childcare centre was fully involved in flames within seconds. The man's body was found after crews extinguished the blaze. An investigation into the incident has commence...

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London terror attack puts U.K. prime minister in political firestorm

Trump commented on the vehicle and knife attack that killed at least seven people in London at the conclusion of a Sunday night fundraiser for Ford's Theater, scene of one of the most famous acts ...

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Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in besieged city

Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in besieged city

The weapons, including machine guns capable of firing thousands of rounds a minute, were handed over at a ceremony in Manila that highlighted a decade-old American counter-terrorism assistance progr...

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UNICEF says up to 100000 children at risk in Iraq's Mosul

UNICEF says up to 100000 children at risk in Iraq's Mosul

He did not give a specific number for killed children. Peter Hawkins, representative of the United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Iraq , estimated on Monday that 100,000 girls an...

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200+ mayors, 10 governors counter Trump's exit from Paris Agreement

200+ mayors, 10 governors counter Trump's exit from Paris Agreement

A spokesperson did not immediately comment for the story, but a website for it appears to suggest that more information is coming later today. "As 211 mayors representing 54 million Americans, we will...

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Crucial Congress Working Committee meet underway, to discuss presidential poll

Crucial Congress Working Committee meet underway, to discuss presidential poll

The highest decision-making body of the party met at the residence of Sonia Gandhi and the meet was attended by party vice-president Rahul Gandhi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh . Referrin...

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Malta's Labour Party declares election victory

The National Force coalition placed second, with 44 per cent. Muscat called the snap elections a year early following an investigation into allegations his wife owned a company related to the P...

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Conservatives see poll lead narrow to 1 point - Survation

Conservatives see poll lead narrow to 1 point - Survation

But in light the weekend's events -when three men deliberately drove into pedestrians on London Bridge before heading to Borough market on foot to unleash a stabbing spree before being shot dead by ...

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May faces calls to quit over police cuts

May faces calls to quit over police cuts

Seven people were killed and 48 injured when the assailants in a white van mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing a police officer and revelers in bars around Borough Market. Labour...

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American Was Shot During London Attack

Given the speed with which the attack was ended, it wasn't clear whether having more police on the beat would have prevented it, but questions persisted over whether investigators had the resources ...

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Mosques in United Kingdom refuse to bury Manchester bomber

Detective Chief Superintendent Russ Jackson, head of the North West Counter Terrorism Unit, said: "We are continuing to make significant progress in our investigation into the tragic events of the nig...

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Harvard withdraws 10 acceptances for 'offensive' memes

Harvard withdraws 10 acceptances for 'offensive' memes

Harvard University in the United States has taken back the acceptance offers of at least 10 students after it emerged that they had shared racist and highly derogatory comments and memes on a private...

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Fatal Australian siege called terror attack

Fatal Australian siege called terror attack

Police respond to the hostage crisis in Brighton. "It would have been exactly a very traumatic event for them". Sergeant Gatt also commended the work of the first responders who ensured the wider pu...

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My favorite from WWDC 2017: an auto-reply feature while user drives

My favorite from WWDC 2017: an auto-reply feature while user drives

Still, the Apple Watch hasn't been a smash hit, fueling worries that the company's ability to transfix customers had waned after the 2011 death of co-founder Steve Jobs. The update will include a ...

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