• Hariri: I'll be in Lebanon to mark Independence Day on Wednesday

    Hariri: I'll be in Lebanon to mark Independence Day on Wednesday

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    He accused Riyadh of "following the policy of the Zionist regime. that seeks to divert attention from the main issue, namely the occupation of Palestine". Hariri has accused Iran and Hezbollah of dominating Lebanon and attempting to covertly target his life, which prompted his resignation, and drew comparisons to the similar "atmosphere that prevailed before the assassination of martyr Rafik Al-Hariri".
  • White House turkeys gear up for Tuesday's pardoning cermony

    White House turkeys gear up for Tuesday's pardoning cermony

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    Following tradition, the birds (Bow and Tie) are being housed at the Willard Hotel in Washington, the Beaux-Arts beauty located just a block down Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. Since 1981, under President Ronald Reagan, the turkeys have gone to a farm. President Heorge H.W. Bush brought it back in 1989. Images of the birds in their room were posted to the official White House Instagram and Snapchat accounts.
  • Indonesia's House of Representatives speaker detained

    Indonesia's House of Representatives speaker detained

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    On Thursday evening, the saga took a freaky twist after reports Novanto was involved in a vehicle crash while on his way to turn himself in at KPK headquarters. Setya was treated at a hospital after a traffic accident on Thursday night. Novanto, an influential politician from the Golkar Party, has been caught up in corruption scandals in the past.
  • Medal for Mali proves that every dog should have his day

    Medal for Mali proves that every dog should have his day

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    The Dickin medal, which is awarded by the PDSA charity, acknowledges Mali's courage for carrying on with his job, under direct fire, after being hurt by grenades. "Despite his injuries, Mali continued his duties and pushed forward, remaining close to his handler". He is credited with helping save the lives of dozens of British soldiers by indicating the presences of explosives and later enemy soldiers during the operation.
  • Massive Fire Engulfs Plastic Manufacturing Factory In Ludhiana, 3 People Reported Dead

    Massive Fire Engulfs Plastic Manufacturing Factory In Ludhiana, 3 People Reported Dead

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    A team of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and local rescue teams have reached the site and fire fighting operations are underway. Around 10 fire tenders were rushed at the spot to douse the fire. "We have managed to pull out one body". He said: "I am not able to find my father, Inderpal Singh". BSF and PAP also coming from Jalandhar, " Police Commissioner R N Dhoke said.
  • Headed out of state this Thanksgiving? Prepare for higher gas prices

    Headed out of state this Thanksgiving? Prepare for higher gas prices

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    Heading into this past week the national average for gas was $2.72 a gallon. The peak Thanksgiving gas prices came in 2012, according to GasBuddy , when they were $3.44 per gallon. "I think family matters more than gas prices", she said. The year before gas was $2.23 a gallon. Around Minnesota, prices are also consistently higher than previous year and within range of Winona's, with St.
  • Austin Cook Wins Maiden PGA Title With Four-Shot RSM Classic Win

    Austin Cook Wins Maiden PGA Title With Four-Shot RSM Classic Win

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    In total, the three former Razorbacks combined to earn almost $1.5 million at the RSM Classic. The American sits just one shot ahead of his closest rival and fellow countryman Brian Gay , who shot six-under 64, while Chris Kirk , leader after day one of the event, slipped to joint third position with 70 on round two.
  • Madhya Pradesh CM says 'Padmavati' will not be screened in state

    Madhya Pradesh CM says 'Padmavati' will not be screened in state

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    Meanwhile, Censor Board chief Prasoon Joshi had also slammed the makers for allowing the film to be screened for various media channels before obtaining a certificate from the board. The top court suggested that the Censor Board should take an independent view over the issue, saying it can't substitute role of CBFC. Madhya Pradesh banned controversial Bollywood film Padmavati on Monday as at least two other states backed the waves of protests against the Rs 150-crore film that is mired in ...
  • India's Congress leader Priya Ranjan Dasmunshi dies

    India's Congress leader Priya Ranjan Dasmunshi dies

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    The former union minister fell into a coma after suffering a massive stroke that left him paralysed and unable to speak. Indian football fraternity also mourned the death of former AIFF President Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi, who served in the position for almost two decades.