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Pakistani Army yet again violated the truce agreement by firing heavily at Indian posts on the Line of Control in Poonch and Rajouri districts of Jammu and Kashmir. The video could have been shot just a few days ahead of the beheading of two Indian jawans by Pakitani security forces. Defence sources said Pakistan Army started firing at the Indian positions in Manjkot area of Mendhar sector at 8.40 a.m, the report said.
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    AAP accuses BJP of hatching conspiracy, says Kejriwal won't

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    In a development confirming the split within the Samajwadi Party, Shivpal Yadav earlier announced the formation of a new party "Samajwadi Secular Morcha". Yadav added that the party was defeated due to their faults which should not be blamed on EVMs. Akhilesh should take the challenge thrown by Shivpal head on and use the opportunity to remove the deadwood, modernise the party agenda and rebuild SP on his own terms.
  • 'Shock' As Tories Gain In Glasgow From Labour

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    Labour and the Lib Dems said they would target seats in a bid to oust SNP MPs. Ms Sturgeon said: "Yes, the Tories made gains and had a good performance by their standards - but that support came from Labour not the SNP, so Labour and the Tories are fighting it out for second place while the SNP continues to be comfortably in first place".
  • North Korea Accuses US, South Korea Of Assassination Attempt

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    North Korea has repeatedly denied any involvement in Kim's death. Mr Turnbull seized on the "bitter resentment" North Korea had recently expressed against China . North Korea often uses colourful language and is no stranger to extravagant claims. Unwilling to acknowledge that its people are fleeing, the North regularly accuses the South of abducting North Korean citizens.
  • LA peace parades mark 25th anniversary of Rodney King riots

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    Which is why we decided take a look back at the series of events that began with King's beating, and ended with him winning $3.8 million in a civil suit, through the lens of various rappers who've made Rodney King references or songs inspired his story.
  • Russian-backed safe zones plan a bid to divide Syria - opponents

    Russian-backed safe zones plan a bid to divide Syria - opponents

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    A cease-fire is unsustainable in the presence of the Iranian-backed militias in Syria, he said. Iran , Assad's other major ally, also backed it. Lund said that from the outside, the agreement "does not look like it has great chances of success" and seems to "lack a clear mechanism to resolve conflicting claims and interpretations".
  • Chechnya leader claims region 'never had' gay men, just 'fake' Chechens

    Chechnya leader claims region 'never had' gay men, just 'fake' Chechens

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    Survivors have also told journalists and human rights organizations that the people kidnapping and torturing them were police officers - meaning reports of abuse would be submitted to the same authorities that perpetrated it. In addition to the deaths, survivors report beatings and torture, as well as being forced to disclose the names of other gay men in the region. As ILGA-Europe points out , a brutal campaign against gay and bisexual men has been sweeping through Chechnya in the past ...
  • After Firing, More Calls For Charges Against Balch Springs Officer

    After Firing, More Calls For Charges Against Balch Springs Officer

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    Officer Roy Oliver has been identified as the cop who fatally shot 15-year-old Jordan Edwards in the head Saturday night as he left a house party. Chief Haber said Oliver violated several department policies in the shooting , but wouldn't elaborate on the specific violations, citing the now terminated officer's right to appeal.
  • North Korea defies US, China in new missile test

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    When asked by CBS reporter John Dickerson what he thought of Kim, Trump said he had "no idea" whether he was sane or not. "I don't know. I mean, we'll see", he said. He reiterated that the United States must be supported by its global allies if it is going to make any meaningful strides, adding: 'It's important for all of us to confront this regime...
  • Working women upset about Ivanka Trump's new book, 'Women Who Work'

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    Ivanka gets more positive evaluations than both her husband Jared Kushner and the President's other female White House senior advisor, Kellyanne Conway. While it's clear that most of the savage reviews are from people who haven't yet read the book, which is described as a guide to "equip you with the best skills" to manage work and family, there were a few in the bunch who admitted they did.
  • Venezuelans again take to streets as death count jumps to 36

    Venezuelans again take to streets as death count jumps to 36

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    Rafaela Requesens, student leader of the Federation of University Centres of the UCV (FCU-UCV), said that the President's proposal to amend the Constitution by convening the National Constituent Assembly "does not make sense" because "what has to change" is the government of Maduro.
  • Do you work overtime? Here's what you need to know

    Do you work overtime? Here's what you need to know

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    The bill , called the Working Families Flexibility act , has been welcomed by small businesses and national retail and restaurant groups, but the difference could negatively affect the paychecks of workers who rely on the time-and-a-half pay added to their paychecks for the extra hours.