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More than 9,000 people were evacuated from their homes Sunday as the weekend's flash flood worsens in the northern states of Malaysia, claiming seven lives to-date. Pictures showed that the military personnel were helping clearing roads blocked by fallen trees and carrying trapped people to safe areas. Strong winds and heavy rain lashed Penang since yesterday, causing unprecedented floods in several areas that have resulted in three deaths and the evacuation of over 2,000 people.
  • Bergdahl Dishonorably Discharged, No Jail Time

    Bergdahl Dishonorably Discharged, No Jail Time

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    Bergdahl, who was held prisoner and tortured by the Taliban for five years after he walked away from his Afghanistan outpost in 2009, pleaded guilty last month to charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. Despite the plea, he endured a lengthy sentencing hearing highlighted by emotional veterans wounded amid their search for him and a doctor, who suggested Bergdahl was schizophrenic when he wandered off the base.
  • IS claims bomb attack in Yemen's Aden

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    Thick smoke could be seen coming out of the CID building. Fierce armed clashes continued Sunday between Yemeni security forces and the Islamic State (IS) militants at Aden's security headquarters, killing 21 people, a military source said.
  • Trump in Japan as Asia trip begins

    Trump in Japan as Asia trip begins

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    But the president, who has often expressed admiration for authoritarian leaders, has remained reluctant to criticize Putin, and the two men have two potential opportunities to cross paths near the end of Trump's trip - at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Vietnam, or at the East Asia Summit in the Philippines.
  • IL police officer killed after traffic stop

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    Sunday morning. "Officers also located a deceased suspect inside the auto that crashed", Rockford Police Chief Dan O'Shea said. The Rockford Fire Department tweeted a statement saying, "It is with a heavy heart that we mourn the loss of Officer Cox".
  • Mueller Has Enough Evidence to File Charges Against Flynn

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    The elder Flynn was sacked in February after a disclosure that he had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about Flynn's contacts with Sergey Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the U.S. According to NBC's sources, Mueller's team has ramped up the pressure on Flynn following last week's indictment and arrest of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
  • Manafort trial proposed for May 2018

    Manafort trial proposed for May 2018

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    Speaking to reporters outside the White House before departing Friday for a lengthy trip to Asia , Trump said: "It was a very unimportant meeting". Trump, as he has frequently, wondered aloud to O'Connor why the Justice Department wasn't "going after Hillary Clinton" with respect to the controversial dossier of Trump allegations that found its way into the hands of his rivals, both Republican and Democratic, during the campaign.
  • Jonathan Rea aiming to beat season points record

    Jonathan Rea aiming to beat season points record

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    The Kawasaki rider, who last month became the first man to win the crown three years running, is bidding to beat the record total of 552 points scored in a season by Colin Edwards. There were two crashes for Alex Lowes while his Pata Yamaha team-mate Michael Van Der Mark also crashed out and Xavi Fores, dicing with Davies and Lowes for second, was forced to retire on lap 10.
  • Russian police detain 380 at anti-Putin protests: monitors

    Russian police detain 380 at anti-Putin protests: monitors

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    Radical opposition activist Vyacheslav Maltsev had appealed on his website for his supporters to hold protests across Russian Federation on Sunday, calling for a "people's Revolution" and for an immediate end to Putin's rule. Beletsky, the head of the unregistered "Nationalist Party" also said on Facebook that the police raided his home and homes of his family members early on Saturday.
  • Hockey Asia Cup 2017: Indian eves to take on China in finals

    Hockey Asia Cup 2017: Indian eves to take on China in finals

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    Navjot Kaur put India ahead in the 25th minute. In the quarter-final, India thrashed Kazakhstan 7-1 before beating defending champions Japan 4-2. Gurjit Kaur was in the subline form as she did three goals while Navneet kausr pumped with two goals and Deep Grace converted two penalty corners in 16 minutes, which show India team will remain unbeaten.
  • UP: German national assaulted in Sonebhadra for not responding to local's greeting

    UP: German national assaulted in Sonebhadra for not responding to local's greeting

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    According to Robertsganj Police, the accused enquired Berlin resident Holger Eric about his visit but he refused to reply as he smelled alcohol on Yadav's breath. This led Yadav to allegedly attack Eric. The accused, however, has maintained innocence, claiming that he was the one assaulted by the German. All the accused were arrested after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had sought report from the UP Government .